From card: "This shield also carries a label saying "Oklahoma Historical Society, Temple Houston Collection." This shield was made by White Horse shortly before his death. It consists of the shield and cover, the shield being undecorated. The cover carries a variety of designs which include birds, geometric figures, and a half-moon. These are colored in yellow, red, black and green. Attached by thongs to the edge of the cover are eagle's feathers and red shafted flicker feathers. ... Loaned to Cheyenne & Arapaho Mus. 10-3-78. returned 6-15-83".
See also E358367, said to have belonged to White Horse. Temple Lea Houston (1860 -1905), a pioneer attorney and politician, was the son of Sam Houston. Houston participated in the Oklahoma land run into the Cherokee Strip on September 16, 1893, and soon thereafter relocated his family and practice to the new town of Woodward, OK.