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    Collection of American Indian And Western Related Photographs. Wonderful collection western and Indian related photographs, many of which are quite rare and desirable. The group includes a Boudoir card photograph, 5.25" x 8.5", of Natchez, c. 1885, Son of Cochise & Chief of Chiricuahwa Apaches, picutured with his wife. Image has a G. Ben Wittick, Albuquerque, New Mexico imprint. A CDV of Ute Chief, c. 1875 holding a tomahawk and spear with a W.G. Chamberlain, Denver imprint. Cabinet card of Zuni leaders with anthropologist Frank Cushing and a Hopi, c. 1882, Black & Co, Boston imprint. A 4.25" x 6" photograph of a soldier, c. 1885 with a Fort Huachuca, Arizona Territory imprint. A real photo postcard of U.S. Apache Scouts at San Carlos. Old Geronimo on the Warpath in Arizona postcard. Stereoview of Major General Nelson Miles by Littleton & Co. Cabinet card of Indian War period soldier, c. 1889, with G.W. Scott Fort Yates, Dakota imprint. CDV of Indian War period soldiers with Choate Carlisle, Pa imprint. The soldiers are identified as Norm Porter and Joseph Ogilby. Reap photo postcard of Geronimo, c. 1909 with imprint of W.H. Martin. Real photo postcard of Geronimo Apache Chief and US Guard, c. 1907 with George B. Cornish Arkansas City, Kansas imprint. Indians up to date, Apache Chief Geronimo real photo postcard. Geronimo and other Indians as I saw them, c. 1907. Unfolds and pictures several Indians. Photographs by Logston and published by Joe B. Baker, Lawton Oklahoma. Cabinet card of "Westerners" c. 1890, with an Irwin & Mankins Chickasa, Indian Territory imprint. Real photo postcard of basket makers, c. 1908 taken by Arthur J. Kingsbury. CDV of Sam Houston with printed signature with Baker & Record Saratoga Springs imprint. Cabinet card of well dressed African American woman with T.J. Bruce, Marshall Texas imprint. Cabinet card of well dressed woman with a F. Parker, Elpaso Texas imprint. A great collection of images all related to the western frontier. Comes with a binder for storage.

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