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    • Indian girls at Parker monument

    • Eva Wymnerchy, a Native American Comanche young woman, signs "Nearer My God to Thee" dressed in a fringed dress with leggings, moccasins and a beaded headband, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. A group of girls and young women...
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • Comanche Drive-In

    • View of the Comanche Drive Inn sign at 29910 Country Road 351 in Buena Vista, Colorado. The electric movie sign has an image of a Native American man and the word: "Comanche " across the top. A movie screen in is the distance. The theater was...
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • [between 1980 and 1990?]
    • Comanche men

    • Outdoor view of three Native American men: Charles Ohetant (Kiowa) Quanah Parker and Ahko Watchymamsookwat (Comanche), wearing buckskin shirts, leggings, breechcloths, and feathers and animal skin in their hair. They hold feather fans.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Comanches singing at Parker Monument, at the unveiling

    • Native American Comanche men, women and children sing at the unveiling of the Parker monument, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. The woman on the left is Nemaruihitsi and the man in braids is Nahwooksy. Men in uniforms sit in the...
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    • [1926?]
    • Topai, one of Quanah Parker's wives

    • Portrait of Topai, a Native American Comanche woman and wife of Quanah Parker, a Comanche Chief, who led the last tribe in the Staked Plain to come into the reservation system. She wears a patterned dress, shawl and braids tied with ribbons;...
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • Comanche peyoist

    • Studio portrait of a Native American (Comanche) man, a leader in the peyote cult. He holds a beaded leader stick and a rattle. He wears a fringed shirt, fur pelts over his braids, a scarf with a metal clasp around his neck, and a feather headdress.
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    • [between 1920 and 1940?]
    • Suah Rah, Comanche

    • Three-quarters standing outdoor portrait of Suah Rah, a Native American Comanche woman, wearing a a cotton shirt with a scarf over her hair, probably Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
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    • [between 1911 and 1926?]
    • Comanche Scalp Dancers, Okla

    • Four Native American Comanche woman wearing buckskin dresses with fringe and beadwork, feathers in their hair, necklaces and earrings, dance with prop spears and a sword in Oklahoma.
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    • [between 1945 and 1955?]
    • Modern Comanche

    • Reproduction of a 1890 painting of a Native American Comanche on horseback along a windy trail. The Comanche man wears a feather in his hair, shirt with neck scarf, blanket around his leggings and has rifle in his saddle.
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    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • Red Bird

    • Three-quarters standing outdoor portrait of Red Bird, a elderly Native American Comanche woman wearing a buckskin dress with fringe, a feather headdress with buffalo horns, and holding a staff, probably Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
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    • [between 1911 and 1926?]
    • Subscribing for the Cresset, La Belle, N.M.

    • Miners pose in front of a log building, the office of the newspaper La Belle Cresset, in the mining camp of La Belle (Taos County), New Mexico. Men wear sack suits and hats and sit and stand near a log fence. An African American (Black) man leans...
    • Davis, O. T.
    • 1895 April 25
    • Delegation of Wichita, Apache, Kiowa & Comanche Inds.

    • Group portrait of a delegation of Native Americans (Wichita, Apache, Kiowa and Comanche) to Washington D.C. They include "Stumbling Bear" also known as "Sa-tim-gear" (Kiowa), "White Man" (Kiowa-Apache), and two white men. They are dressed in suits...
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    • [1874?]
    • Comanche papoose and carrier

    • Studio portrait of baby Larry Saupitti, Native American Comanche, laced in a cradleboard propped on a animal fur skin. The boy has short bangs with some hair gathered into a tail over his forehead. The wood frame boards are decorated with metal...
    • Bates.
    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Comanche cradleboard

    • Studio portrait of a Native American Comanche baby laced into a cradleboard propped against a stool; the wood frame boards are decorated with metal studs.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Unidentified Comanche man

    • Outdoor standing portrait of an unidentified Native American Comanche man wearing a shirt and leggings with fringe, moccasins, animal fur skin over his braids, and a blanket around his waist.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Unidentified Comanche man

    • Standing studio portrait of an unidentified Native American Comanche man wrapped in a white cloth, and wearing a neck scarf and vest.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Unidentified Comanche man

    • Seated studio portrait of an unidentified Native American Comanche man in front of a painted backdrop with tree props, wearing braids, a buckskin shirt with decorative bib, striped pants covered with a waist cloth, and a ammunition belt with a...
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Chi-wek-kiethe & sister

    • Studio portrait of Chi-wek-kiethe and her sister, Looking-For-Something-Good (Cha-wa-ke) sitting on a buffalo robe. The Native American Comanche women wear dresses wrapped with blankets, bracelets, a beaded bag, moccasins and leggings decorated...
    • Soule, W. S.
    • between 1868 and 1874
    • Comanche Indian woman

    • View of a Native American Comanche woman on horseback wearing a headband, braids, dress decorated with shawls and ribbons. The horse's mane is braided and the bridle decorated with ribbons.
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Albert Attock-nie, celebrated Comanche interpreter

    • Seated portrait of Albert Attocknie, a Native American Comanche interpreter, holding a feather fan and wearing animal fur over his braids, feathers in his hair, and a buckskin shirt with a neck scarf.
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Unidentified Comanche group

    • Studio portrait of a group of Native American Comanche men, woman, and children wrapped in blankets in front of a painted backdrop.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • At grave of Quanah

    • Native American Comanche pose at Quanah Parker's memorial inside a fence decorated with a wreath, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. They include: "from left to right: Tuas-ye-ah, Quannah [sic] Parker's grand daughter, Alberta Clark,...
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    • [1926?]
    • Two wives of Quanah Parker - Topay & Tonicy

    • Topay and Tonicy, two Native American Comanche women, wives of Quanah Parker, pose beside his memorial inside a fence decorated with a wreath, Post Oak Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. Inscription on granite headstone reads: "Resting Here Until Day...
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • Quassiah at Parker Monument

    • Quas-sah-yah, (Quassiah) a Native American Comanche man and close friend of Quanah Parker speaks at a podium with an interpreter at his side, during the unveiling of the Parker Monument, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma.
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • Andrew Perd A Sof Py (Comanche)

    • Three-quarters standing outdoor portrait of Andrew Perd A Sof Py, a Native American Comanche man wearing a animal fur cap, shirt with neck scarf, blanket wrap and holding a feather fan and rattle at the monument dedication of Quanah Parker near...
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    • [1911 or 1926?]
    • Pebo, Comanche

    • Three-quarters standing outdoor portrait of Pebo, a Native American Comanche man, wearing a shirt with neck scarf and animal fur braid covers and holding a feather fan, probably Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
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    • [between 1911 or 1926?]
    • Yah-Vi-Ny, Comanche leader

    • Yah-vi-ny, a Native American Comanche man, poses on horseback wearing leggings, shirt with neck scarf, animal fur cap and braid covers probably Fort Sill, Oklahoma. An automobile and canvas tents show behind him.
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    • [between 1911 and 1926?]
    • Oscar Yellow Wolf, Comanche

    • Oscar Yellow Wolf, a Native American Comanche man, poses on horseback wearing leggings and shirt with fringe, neck scarf, an animal fur cap, and braid covers, probably Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Spectators watch from the background.
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    • [between 1911 and 1926?]
    • Comanche Leaders, Millet and Quasiah

    • Native American Comanche leaders, Millet and Quasiah (Quassiah), pose on horses wearing headdresses, leggings and shirts with fringe, neck scarves, animal fur braid covers, probably Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Automobiles show in background.
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    • [between 1911 and 1926?]
    • Comanche, horse held by Gustave Korn

    • View of Private Gustave Korn, 7th Cavalry, holding Comanche, horse of Captain Myles Keogh. Comanche escaped from battlefield at Little Bighorn.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [between 1874 and 1876]
    • Ho-Wear, Comanche Chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Ho-wear, a Native American Yapparika Comanche chief, wearing a shirt, patterned vest, and loose hair with chains woven on ends of small side braids, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, (Oklahoma).
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874?]
    • Horseback, Comanche Chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Horse Back (Tuh-huh-yet, Nau-qua-hip, Champion Rider) a Native American Noconee Comanche chief, wearing a shirt, vest, blanket over his shoulder, and a metal disk on his neck scarf, Fort Sill, Indian Territory,...
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874?]
    • Horseback's son, Comanche

    • Seated studio portrait of Son of Horse Back (Too-hot-ko) a Native American Noconee Comanche, wearing a feather headdress, shirt, vest, hair pipe breastplate, and holding bow and arrows, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, (Oklahoma).
    • Soule, Will.
    • [between 1869 and 1874?]
    • Council at Medicine Creek Lodge with the Kiowa and Comanche Indians

    • A council at Medicine Creek, Kansas. A Native American (Kiowa or Comanche) man stands in the center of a circle created by other men who sit and stand nearby. The men are near a group of trees. The men wear blankets and feathers in their hair.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Kiowa and Comanche women

    • A group of Native American (Kiowa and Comanche) women and men sit in a long line. The women wear moccasins, fringed dresses and blankets, and hair pipe chokers. The men wear fur turbans decorated with metal. Spectators stand nearby.
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    • [between 1920 and 1940?]
    • Battle between Utes and Comanches

    • Reproduction of a 1900 drawing of a battle between Native American Comanche and Utes across a creek. The warriors wear feather headdresses and breechcloths.
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    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • Emigrant's attacked by the Comanches

    • Reproduction of a engraving of a battle between Native American Comanche on horseback and white settlers in covered wagons.
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    • [1852]
    • Council at Medicine Creek lodge with the Kiowa and Comanche Indians

    • Native American men (Kiowa, Comanche, Kiowa-Apache, Arapahoe, Cheyenne) stand or sit beneath an arch shelter made of trees, during a peace treaty council meeting at Medicine Lodge in Barber County, Kansas. Men in military uniforms or suits and hats...
    • Howland, John Dare, 1843-1914.
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