A child posing for a picture. A grove of trees is in the background., Undated
Scope and Contents
Black-and-white and color original prints from the life and career of anthropologist and Indian advocate Betty Rosenthal, and her parents, Episcopal missionaries the Reverend David W. Clark and Elizabeth Mann Clark. The collection contains photographs of Navajo, Sioux, and other American Indians and Episcopal Church activities at Gallup and Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico; Rosebud Reservation, Fort Thompson, Rapid City, and Crow Creek Agency, South Dakota; and Good Shepherd Mission at Fort Defiance, Arizona. Episcopal churches in Batavia and Geneseo, New York, are also pictured. Members of the Clark family, their friends, American Indian community leaders, and church associates appear in many of the photographs. Individual names include Robert L. Bennett, Philip Deloria, the Right Reverend George H. Kinsolving, the Reverend Baptiste Lambert, James A. McGrath, and David Warren. Unpublished finding aid available.
- Creation: Undated
- From the Collection: Rosenthal, Elizabeth Clark (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
On June 26, 2023, the Western History Collections began a preservation project that has made many of its collections unavailable for a period of time. This collection is among the materials temporarily unavailable. Please contact Western History Collections if you wish to be added to a contact list to be notified when this collection becomes available.
Open for public research.
From the Collection: 1067 items
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
Part of the Western History Collections Repository
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