Studio Portrait of Lou and Steve Waukon
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Studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk boys posed sitting in front of a painted backdrop wearing light-colored print shirts and dark hats. The boy on the right has his right arm around the shoulders of the other boy and is wearing suspenders. They are identified as Lou Waukon sitting on the left, and his brother Steve Waukon sitting on the right.
Image ID: 63232
Creation Date: 1905
Creator Name: Van Schaick, Charles
City: Black River Falls
Collection Name: Van Schaick, Charles : Charles Van Schaick photographs and negatives, circa 1880-circa 1940
Original Format Type: negative, original
Original Format Number: (V2)3138
Original Dimensions: 4 x 5 inches
This image was used in "People of the Big Voice," published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press (2011).
Clothing and dress
Ho Chunk Indians
Indians of North America
Studios and dark rooms
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