Sulphur Springs (Tex.)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
A man identified as Bronson Cooper Sylestine, 1879–1969, wearing red with a feather headress and a large metal gorget.
Six women in traditional dress stand or sit in front of a teepee. Four women stand in the back, two sit in the front.
A man identified as Jack Battise wears a red shirt and a feather headdress and holds a drum.
A woman in traditional dress identified as Leona Sylstine stands in front of glass display cases.
A building an A-frame building with two wings on the sides, identified as the Museum Building on the Alabama-Coushatta Reservation in Texas. Trees in the front left.
A group of unidentified people in traditional dress stand outside in a clearing surrounded by a palisade. A man wearing a red shirt and a feather headdress sits behind a large, round drum.
Five unidentified men and boys stand outside. The man in the center wears a war bonnet.
A group of unidentified people sitting in the bed of a pickup.
A man identified as Jack Battise wearing red and a feather headdress stands on the left of the entrance to a open area surrounded by a wooden palisade. A woman idnetified as Leona Sylestine, 1934-2011, in traditional dress stands on the right of the entrance.