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Studio portrait photographs of three Native American women and two Native American men.
Identified individuals include Anna Eustis, a Pawnee woman from Oklahoma, and a Brulé Sioux woman identified as the wife of Keeps the Mountain, probably Good Looking Woman. The unidentified woman wears a kerchief on her head and long beaded earrings.
Two of the photographs depict men with moustaches, possibly the same man. In one image he wears a paper pin on his lapel advertising "Banner Buggies", of the Banner Buggy Company, St. Louis, Missouri. In the other image he wears a round pin with a star-shaped symbol printed upon it.
5 photographic prints : b & w ; 19.5 x 13.8 cm. or smaller.
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