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MS 004 - Anne Black Collection

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Identifier: MS 004
Abstract An amateur ethnologist, Anne Black collected materials on the Northern Cheyenne Indians. Included in these papers are the 1891 – 1910 superintendent's letter books of the Tongue River Agency, and recorded narratives, typed interviews, and photographs [access to some components of this collection is RESTRICTED].

MS 032 - Edward Becker Collection of Indian Photographs

 Collection — Box: MS32.01
Identifier: MS 032
Abstract Edward Becker was the Indian Agent at the Crow Agency, Montana in 1898. This collection contains a photograph album assembled by Becker with approximately 94 black and white images depicting life and ceremony among the Crow Indians. There are also two portraits of Becker, a snapshot of Becker with William F. Cody, and the document from president McKinley naming Becker as Indian Agent. The photographer of the photos in this album is Fred E. Miller.

MS 035 - North American Indian Photograph Collection

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Identifier: MS 035
Abstract This collection consists of images of North American Native American Indians by various photographers, with images arranged by photographer.

MS 038 - Brown Brothers Indian Portraits

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Identifier: MS 038
Abstract Collection consists of twenty-five 11x14 inch copy prints made by Jack Richard from original negatives in 1970.

MS 040 - Fort Belknap Reservation Photographs

 Collection — Box: MS40.01
Identifier: MS 040
Abstract Photographs of Native Americans on the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana taken by Sumner W. Matteson. Also contains two albums of photographs from the 1920s and a Catholic girls’ school from 1908-1909 (possibly belonging to Frances Logan).

MS 043 - Roland Reed Photographs

 Collection — Box: MS43.01
Identifier: MS 043
Abstract Photographs of Native American Indians by Roland Reed, probably taken primarily in Montana (including Glacier National Park) circa 1909-1915.  Most of the photographs are posed, showing the subjects outdoors wearing traditional clothing, often next to scenic natural features such as waterfalls, streams, and rock formations.  Some were published in James Willard Schultz’s Blackfeet Tales of Glacier National Park, 1916.

MS 045 - Bureau of Indian Affairs - Wind River Agency Photograph Collection

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Identifier: MS 045
Abstract This photographic collection housed at the BIA, Wind River Agency, Ft. Washakie, Wyoming, consists of about 2,500 black-and-white photographic images.  Most of the photographs were taken during the 1930's on the Wind River Reservation, although a few were dated in the late 1920's or early 1940's.  They were primarily of the co-operative work projects in progress at the time, such as roadbuilding, erosion control, fire-fighting, sawmills, tie drives, irrigation ditches, completed dams,...

MS 056 - Rinehart Indian Photograph Collection

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Identifier: MS 056
Abstract The F.A. Rinehart Indian Photographic collection consists of 33 standard size images, and 118 oversize images of Native American Indians in a photographic studio setting, with approximately 10 images taken outside of a studio setting.

MS 078 - Dr. Edward H. Latham Photograph Collection

 Collection — Box: MS78.01
Identifier: MS 078
Abstract Correlation of MS 78 Dr. Edward H. Latham Photographs, P.78.2.1 to P.78.2.111, to plates within Mick Gidley's book With One Sky Above Us:  Life on an American Indian Reservation at the Turn of the Century, Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1979.  Captions from the Plates are noted in the description of the Plates.

MS 165 - Thomas Marquis Native American Nitrate Negative Collection

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Identifier: MS 165
Abstract These photographs were created by photographer Dr. Thomas Marquis, a physician and author, who lived on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in the early 20th century.  The collection was divided into three sets prior to the purchase of the original negatives by the Buffalo Bill Memorial Association in 1999. The numbering system has been retained, based on image numbers within each of the three sets. The negatives were purchased from the Council for Indian Education....