Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
A letter written by Wallace from Fort Chadbourne, Texas, April 20, 1860 to Maj. G. H. Thomas, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, at Camp Cooper, Texas. He offers his regrets that he cannot comply with a request made by Major Thomas because of the presence of Indians in the vicinity.
A cabinet card depicting several people and 16 tipis. Ink stamp of T. Croft, Oklahoma City on back. "2" and "Hoyt" written on back in ink. Lacks the Croft imprint on front.
One color lithographic print of a man seated on a horse.
"1884 Comancher-Indianer 24." printed across bottom.
"Lith. Anst v A Gatternigcht, Stuttgart" printed bottom, center.
"3.20" written in pencil bottom, right.
George Catlin Lithographs of members of various tribes: Blackfoot, Comanche, Iowa, Kansas, Mandan, Osage, Pawnee, Sauk-Fox, Seminole, and Sioux.
Three doublesided stereoscopic photographic cards are part of a set, probably dating from the very early 20th century. The photos were all taken much earlier, and are almost certainly photographic duplicates of other images.