Indians of North America -- Clothing
Found in 311 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white copy prints of the Levite family and Apache, Oklahoma. The collection includes photographs of school children, street scenes, and Levite's store at Apache.
Black and white original prints of Norman, Oklahoma Territory and Guthrie, Oklahoma. Also in the collection are photographs of the University of Oklahoma, which include scenes of students, faculty and campus. Jesse Lee Rader Manuscripts Collection also in repository.
Indian maidens wearing headdresses and holding bows and arrows at the Emahaka Mission School. Kneeling, left to right: Bess Davis (Mrs. Vernon Kiker), unidentified, Elsie Blake, unidentified, and unidentified. Standing, left to right: unidentified, unidentified, May Davis (Mrs. Locke), Maude Davis (Mrs. Jones), and unidentified. 1 copy. Negative 5x7., undated
Black and white copy prints of Seminole Indians, railroads, oil fields, schools, cotton gins, along with scenes of Weber City, Maud, Seminole, and Wewoka, Indian Territory and Oklahoma.
Indian man mounted on a horse. He has a bandana tied around his head. His shirt is fringed and may be buckskin. The man is holding a shield. Tepee is visible in the background., undated
Black and white original and copy prints of the range cattle industry in Wyoming and bauxite mining in Arkansas, along with photographs of Sioux, Apache, and Wichita Indians. The collection also includes a photograph of Covey's drawing of the Cherokee Strip Opening in 1893. Arthur S. Covey Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Indian man standing outside near a lodging, appears to be a dugout. He is wearing earrings, metal arm bands, breast plate, moccasins, a beaded belt, with pouch, and some type of band around his knees. Glass Plate – 5”x7”; emulsion yellowing slightly., undated
Indian man standing, wearing tribal dress. Studio portrait. Glass Plate – 5”x7”; emulsion brown over most of the plate, spotted., undated
Indian man wearing a buffalo horn headdress and a bustle. Young Indian boy on his right wearing a roach, beaded head band, and has 3 stripes painted on each side of his face., Undated
Black and white original and copy prints of Tonkawa, Oklahoma Territory and state, and scenes of farming, railroad construction, schools and businesses. Also includes scenes of Caddo, Omaha, Wichita, Cheyenne, Tonkawa, Comanche, Kiowa, and Apache Indians. Tonkawa Public Library Manuscripts Collection also in repository.
Indian man wearing earrings, bead necklace, moccasins, vest, and holding a blanket on his lap. Studio portrait. Glass Plate – 6”x9”; emulsion chipped along bottom of plate. (3)., undated
Indian man wearing neck scarf, blanket, moccasins, fur wraps around his braids, and earrings. Studio portrait. Glass Plate – 5”x7”; emulsion brown through the center of the print, doesn’t appear to be noticeable on the positive., undated
Indian man wearing tribal dress, arm bands, beads, breast plate, beaded belt, earrings. Studio portrait. Glass Plate – 5”x7”; emulsion slightly chipped down the edges of the plate. (3)., undated
Indian man wearing tribal dress, holding hatchet and spear, wearing breast plate, bead necklaces, crosses. Glass Plate – 5”x7”; emulsion chipped down one side., undated
Indian man wearing tribal dress, metal wristbands, breast plate, medallions, feather. Studio portrait. 3 copies, contact prints, 8”x10”. Glass Plate – 8”x10”; plate broken in two pieces., undated
Indian woman holding bowl and ladle, wearing many bead necklaces and a large medallion. Photo appears to have been taken from a newspaper photo. Glass Plate – 5”x7”; emulsion grainy and turning brown., undated
Indian woman holding infant. Appears to be sitting between two other people. She is wearing a shawl, moccasins and shirt. Studio portrait. Glass Plate – 5”x7”; emulsion badly chipped, completely yellow., undated
Indian woman standing in a field. She is wearing a blanket, long dress, moccasins and earrings. Farmhouses in the background. Glass Plate – 5”x7”; emulsion slightly chipped down one side., undated
Indian woman wearing tribal dress, bead necklaces, earrings, and belt. Studio portrait. Glass Plate – 5”x7”; emulsion chipped along the sides, turning brown in the center of plate., undated
Back and white original and copy prints of Watonga, Oklahoma, along with scenes of Cheyenne, Arapaho, Caddo and Creek Indians. William Houston Munger Manuscripts Collection also in repository.