Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Black-and-white copy prints of images by photographer Edward S. Curtis showing Cheyenne tribal ceremonies, societies, and dances, and the traditional housing types of Indians of the southwestern U.S. Included are photographs of the Cheyenne sun dance, warrior societies, and the individuals Woista and Shot-In-The-Hand. Unpublished finding aid available.
Black and white copy and original prints of the towns of Enid, Oklahoma City, Norman, El Reno, Tahlequah, and Guthrie, Oklahoma; Duncan and Navajoe, Oklahoma Territory; and Spiro and Okmulgee, Indian Territory. The collection also contains photographs of Havasupai, Pima, Papago, Navajo, Hopi, Ute, Kiowa, Apache, Eskimo, and Creek Indians, along with scenes of the University of Oklahoma and its students and faculty. Edward Everett Dale Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Tinted lithograph of three “Cosnina Indians” with bows and arrows near a large cactus. (1853) By R.H. Kern from Sitgreave’s Zuni & Colorado River Exploration. , 1853
Black-and-white and color engravings of Indians of the Southwest, namely Pueblo, Hopi, and Navajo. Included are scenes of village life, native dwellings, individual Indians, and dances. Though less numerous, depictions of hunting and ceremonies of the Lakota, Blackfeet, Chippewa, and Mandan Indians are also included in the collection.