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    Frank Baldwin and Quanah Parker: Oklahoma Council Photograph. 6.5" x 8.75" boudoir card depicting Frank D. Baldwin, a military aide and nine Native American leaders in an encampment. Most prominent among these, seated next to Baldwin, is Quanah Parker, the chief of the Comanche nation. The verso is inscribed: "Capt. Frank D. Baldwin/ U. S. Army/ Indian/ Agent/ Anadarko, Oklahoma/ 1897/ Holding council with Quanah Parker/ & other Chiefs." Two of the Native Americans wear police badges. This is part of the Frank D. Baldwin archive we recently sold and was the personal property of the two-time Medal of Honor Winner.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2014
    8th Saturday
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