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Description: Studio portrait of Ewi-Au (Sleepy Eyes), also named Billy McKay. Part of Shahaptian and Umatilla Tribes
Description: Profile studio portrait of Winnebago man, Charkshepshutsker (Red Eagle), Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Winnebago Tribes.
Description: Portrait of William Terrill Bradby wearing a headdress and holding a club. Part of the Algonquian and Pamunkey Tribes.
Date: 1973-08-08 ca.
Description: At a press conference northern representatives joined together to press their respective states to use newly appropriated funds to improve U.S. Highway 2 f...
Date: date unknown
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey (left) and Wisconsin Senator Herb Kohl at a fundraiser for Obey. Jim Chapman is the man between them.
Description: Studio portrait of Chief Charkshepshutsker (Red Eagle), also known as Henry French, in partial native dress with ornaments. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Winn...
Description: News analyst Juan Williams in front of NPR news sign.
Description: Studio portrait of Candi Tanka (Big Tobacco) with headdress and breastplate, holding pipe. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Yankton Tribes
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: A general view of the Disarmament Conference in Memorial Continental Hall from the balcony. Politicians sit around tables, and an audience gathers on the...
Description: Profile studio portrait of Gegwejiwebinung or Gaygwachewaybinanung (Trying To Throw) or Gayshiqonnayyash (Swift Feather), Called Red Blanket, with Headdres...
Description: Congressman David Obey and his son Craig pose for a photo in the nation's Capitol. A line of people appear in the background.
Description: Studio portrait of Ella Wheeler Wilcox wearing an elaborate light-colored dress, with her hands on her hat.
Date: 1934 ca.
Description: An original lithograph promoting Washington, D.C. as "the city that every American should know," and to get there by way of train travel. The poster depic...
Description: Scott Lilly, a senior policy adviser to Congressman David R. Obey, who formed the Capitol Offenses, a blue grass band with which Obey also played.
Description: Portrait of Gegwejiwebinung or Gaygwachewaybinanung (Trying To Throw) or Gayshiqonnayyash (Swift Feather), Called Red Blanket,with Headdress and Bear Claw...
Description: An International D-246-F truck owned by Transit Mixed Concrete Company Inc. parked beneath a bridge. The truck is outfitted with a Jaeger 3 1.2 cubic yard...
Description: Studio portrait of George Caperty in partial native dress with ornaments and beaded bag. Part of Shahaptian and Yakima Tribes
Description: A woman is on her cellphone in the foreground, while two women run up the escalator in the background.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A group of men and a boy pose near the rapid transit car labeled, "Aileen" and "Hotel."
Description: Civil rights activist Anne Braden speaking to a rally that was called by the National Anti-Klan Network, an organization of which she was a founder.
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