Indians of North America.
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
A glass plate positive of Edward S. Curtis' Cheyenne Maiden mounted into a light box.
Includes a power converter in a separate box.
Consists of 16 photographic prints by Edward H. Boos (advertising manager of the Missoula Mercantile Company, Missoula, Montana) featuring the Native American residents of the Flathead Reservation in western Montana. Most of the prints bear Boos's official seal.
Letter from Dr. Philip Aklis Hubert to F.C. Stevens (possibly, Superintendent of Public Works, New York) writing of his success while attending the Federation of Colored Bishops in Washington DC and his hopes of the next president being Charles E. Hughes (Governor of New York at the time). Handwritten on official letterhead of Easter Office of General Financial Secretary, Creek-Seminole Agricultural University, Boley, Oklahoma (for the Benefit of Negroes, Half Breeds and Indians). 2s.
An Account of the History, Manners and Customs of the Indian Nations. 1820. Includes a photographic reproduction of a portrait of Johanna Maria Heckewelder, daughter of John Heckwelder, tipped in.
Second translation from the English by Felix Giraud, Ancien Chancel er du Consulat de France a Boston.
Because of the large amount of material, this collection has been divided into specific series: library; Outdoor Advertising Company archive; collection of the history of Native American peoples; John W. Shleppey artifacts; family papers; and miscellaneous collections
Typed and signed letter with envelope from Abbott to H. N. Nagle in reference to the writing of Abbott’s book "The Lure of the Indian Country and a Romance of Its Great Resort".
Lists of various institutions, members, tribal leaders, and so forth, dealing with Native American issues.