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Indians of North America -- Oklahoma -- Portraits

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Records:

Floyd Schultz collection

Call Number: RH MS 446
Overview Floyd Schultz (1881-1951) was an amateur archaeologist who lived in Junction City, Geary County, and Clay Center, Clay County, Kansas. His interest in Native American history and culture extended to both participating in archaeological digs and documenting the lives of living Native Americans in various counties throughout Kansas. This collection includes Schultz's correspondence with firms to acquire artifacts and photographs for his collections, as well as a handwritten list of his...
Dates: 1870s-1949

Photographs from the Indian Territory

Call Number: RH PH 7
Overview This collection contains black and white photographic print portraits of Native Americans and views of building exteriors in several Native American agency areas, including the Sac and Fox agency. Most of the individuals and buildings were located in Indian Territory (I.T.), later the state of Oklahoma. Terms and language used on the photographs to identify the images is representative of when the images were created and has not been replicated in this finding aid, unless directly quoting...
Dates: approximately 1878-1927