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Individual photographs measure 10 x 12.5 cm, and have manuscript captions and numbers.
Photograph album by an unidentified photographer of Cheyenne, Arapaho and Kiowa Indians, probably taken in or around the Cheyenne-Arapaho Agency in Darlington, Canadian County, Oklahoma. The outdoor scenes include a large number of family groups, women, and children, many identified with Americanized names.
There are also notable images of the baptism of a Kiowa man, the "crow dance," meat drying on racks, Arapaho school girls, and a single image of what appear to be not Indian women but white woman dressed in Indian clothing, identified as "Calumet Squaws" (Calument was a town close to the agency).
Internal evidence suggests that the album dates before 1902 (the year White Antelope, who is portrayed, died).
1 album (100 photographic prints) : b & w ; 14.7 x 19.2 cm. + copy prints (in 2 boxes)
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