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Buehman, H  Search this
Flanders, Dudley P  Search this
Mitchell and Baer  Search this
Shon-tarl-Kor-ly Kihos  Search this
Godigojo Apache  Search this
Skinnytail Charlie  Search this
Skinnytail Charlie's wife  Search this
Eskim-min-zin  Search this
Eskim-min-zin's wives  Search this
Oche cama  Search this
Fancy Dick  Search this
Lantiga  Search this
Cle-be-ka  Search this
Clum Agent  Search this
Charlie  Search this
Bu-dato-sin  Search this
Hy-u-la  Search this
Es-kin  Search this
Muchacho Negro  Search this
Physical description:
21 stereographs
2 mounted prints
Indians of North America Southwest, New  Search this
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Transferred from the Department of History, U. S. N. M., July, 1958.
Filed: Original prints series, Apache.
Relate principally to the Apache Indians, by H. Buehman, Tucson, Arizona Territory (17 stereographs); D. P. Flanders, (3 stereographs, 1 incomplete); and Mitchell & Baer, Capitol Art Gallery, Prescott, Arizona (2 mounted prints, about 4 1/4" x 6 1/2"). No dates [Arizona became state 2/12].
Contents: Number 4536: Apache (1) Original Number 1. (H. Buehman, Arizona Territory, Photographer) Old Camp Bowie, Arizona Territory [In existence, 1862-1894.] (2) 6. Shon-tarl-Kor-ly Kihos. [Woman with baby in cradleboard.] (3) 7 Godigoja, White Mountain Scout. (4) 18. Camp Apache, Arizona Territory. (5) 20. Skinnytail Charlie and wife [outside wickiup.] (6) 29. Es kim-nim-sin's [sic] farm. (8) 38. Ration day at San Carlos. [Distant view of agency, Indians.] )9) 42. Oche cama. [Man standing in doorway of flat-topped brush lodge.] (10) 46 Fancy Dick. [Man standing in fron of flat-topped pole and brush lodge.] (11) 67 Lantiga. [Seated, in studio.] (12) 79 Lantiga. [Standing, in studio.] (13) 88. Cle-be-ka. Arabaipa [Arivaipa] Apache. S I Negative 46,565. (14) 96. Agent Clum's bodyguard. [Apache scouts, Clum at left.] (15) 97. Charlie. Arabaipa [Arivaipa] Apache. (16) 100. Bu-dato-sin. (17) 102. Hy-u-la. Number 4536: (D. P. Flanders, photographer) Apache (18) Original Number 78 [Scout, seated, with gun. Studio.] (19) 96. Apache boy, Es-kin, San Carlos Reserve. (20) 102. Apache Tonto. [Yavapai tribe ? Three women and baby.] Number 4536: (Mitchell & Baer, photographers, Capitol Hill Art Gallery, Prescott. Arizona.) Arizona entered union February 1912; these 2 photos made after that date ? (21) 12. Muchacho Negro, Jicarilla. (22) 82. [Indian man with short haircut, coat, shirt, tie.]
Cite as:
Manuscript 4536, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Repository Loc.:
National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Museum Support Center, Suitland, Maryland
Photographs  Search this
Apache Indians  Search this
Habitations and other structures--wickiup  Search this
Federal-Indian relations--ration day  Search this
Local number:
NAA MS 4536
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Numbered manuscripts 1850s-1980s (some earlier)
Data Source:
National Anthropological Archives