DescriptionFORT NIOBRARA, NEBRASKA INDIAN WAR SOLDIER - CABINET CARD - ca. 1885-1890. A fine gold-rimmed and scalloped edge studio portrait of a young Indian Wars soldier of Fort Niobrara, Nebraska by Godkin & Penderson. Fort Niobrara was founded in 1880 and remained active until 1906, presently a Wildlife Refuge is located there. This soldier is wearing his kepi and U.S. belt. The photographer Godkin is listed as being active during 1884-86. A nice portrait that measures 6.5"x 4.25" overall and is in near mint condition.
Mautz, Carl. Biographies of Western Photographer's, (Nevada City, California: Carl Mautz Publishing, 1997).
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