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    Fantastic Studio Photograph of Comanche Chief Grey Leggins' or Asa-to-Yet, Circa 1901. 4" x 5.5", mounted to an overall size of 7" x 9". Captioned in the negative "Asa-to-Yet or "Gray Leggins'/ Commanche [sic] Chief" with a copyright date of 1901 by Pioneer Roll Paper Company. The image was likely made in the 1870s by photographer Will S. Soule and republished by Pioneer in 1901. The image shows Grey Leggins' seated wearing a hat and breastplate and holding a Colt revolver. The image is so sharp that you can make out the U.S. military eagle buttons on the sleeve of his jacket. A few trivial specks to the image, otherwise in excellent condition.

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    June, 2012
    10th Sunday
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