Laxton G. Davenport, a miner and resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado, and M.R. Paxton pose with a dead elk in Wyoming. Mr. Davenport wears a hat, shirt, pants, knee high boots and holds a rifle. He has a mustache. M.R. Paxton...
Elk hunting--1910-1920.; Elk.; Miners.; Mustaches.; Davenport, Laxton G.; Paxton, M. R.
A man in fringed buckskin and a fur hat poses with a rifle beside a dead buck elk. A Native American woman stands near a tepee and a dog and cooks over a fire. A group of men in checkered suits smoke pipes and stand or sit around a wicker picnic...
Indians of North America--Women--1850-1860.; Covered wagons--1850-1860.; Eating & drinking--1850-1860.; Elk hunting--1850-1860.; Outdoor cookery--1850-1860.; Picnics--1850-1860.; Tipis--1850-1860.
Sunflower (Flower) Carnival Parade, Colorado Springs, Colorado: two men, in top hats and coats, stand next to a horse drawn float depicting an outdoor scene with foliage, rocks, and a stuffed elk. Float includes cloth siding with bunting.
Sitting studio portrait of a Native American (Sioux) woman, identified as Mrs. Lone Elk. She wears a blanket around her legs, a long hair pipe necklace, a dark shirt with elk tooth decoration, bracelets, and cross-shaped earrings.
Dakota Indians--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Women--1890-1900.
Head and shoulders studio portrait of an elderly Native American (Oglala Sioux) man, identified as Nick Black Elk. He wears a hair pipe breastplate and necklaces over a long sleeved shirt, and an eagle feather headdress.
Dakota Indians--1930-1950.; Indians of North America--1930-1950.; Oglala Indians--1930-1950.; Headdresses--1930-1950.; Aged persons--1930-1950.; Black Elk, 1863-1950.
The first prize parade float depicts Teddy Roosevelt's big game hunts on the White River with a forested scene and taxidermied elk. Celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the White River National Forest, Rio Blanco County, Meeker, Colorado....
Meeker (Colo.)--1940-1950.; White River National Forest (Colo.)--Commemoration.; Floats (Parades)--Colorado--Meeker--1940-1950.; Historical reenactments--Colorado--Meeker--1940-1950.; Parades & processions--Colorado--Meeker--1940-1950.
Members of B.P.O. Elks, # 309 in top hats and long coats pose by their Sunflower Carnival Parade float with white, plumed horses, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. The float is decorated with United States flags, flowers, pine trees, and...
A woman sits in a room filled with pillows decorated with images of Native Americans, deer, horses, and bugling elk. Several buck skins are similarly decorated and hang from the wall above where the woman sits. A telephone with a telephone...
A group of elk, buffalo and steer stands in an arena during a performance of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Several cowboys on horses are in the background in front of a backdrop with a landscape scene painted on it.
Wild west shows--1880-1920.; Bison.; Cattle herding.; Cattle.; Elk.; Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917.; Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody sits on a white horse in the left center background in an arena at Erastina on Staten Island, New York. Several additional cowboys sit on horses in the left background near Cody. A herd of buffalo and elk is in...
Wild west shows--1880-1920.; Bison.; Elk.; Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917.; Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
Group studio portrait of a Native American (Oglala Sioux) man, identified as Black Elk, his wife, and his daughter, Lucy Looks Twice. Black Elk wears a suit, his wife wears a long dress decorated with elk's teeth and a hair pipe necklace, and his...
Catechists--1890-1910.; Dakota Indians--1890-1910.; Indians of North America--1890-1910.; Oglala Indians--1890-1910.; Families--1890-1910.; Black Elk, 1863-1950--Family.; Black Elk, 1863-1950.; Lucy Looks Twice.
Two Native Americans pose sitting near a broken wagon and tepees. Different identifications suggest the men are Standing Elk (Oglala Sioux) and Black Horse (Sioux). Standing Elk wears moccasins, leggings, a vest over a long sleeved shirt, and a...
Dakota Indians--1870-1900.; Indians of North America--1870-1900.; Oglala Indians--1870-1900.; Indian encampments--1870-1900.; Tipis--1870-1900.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1900.; Black Horse.; Little Wound, Oglala Chief--Staff.; Standing Elk.
Two Elk, an elderly Native American (Plains) man poses outdoors. He holds a bundle of feathers and a walking stick. He wears beaded leggings, a blanket, beaded belt and bag, necklaces, and a cloth turban.
Indians of North America--Great Plains--1900-1910.; Aged persons--1900-1910.; Clothing & dress--1900-1910.; Two Elk.
Portrait of Sitting Elk (Itsidikyashe-watsh), a Native American (Crow) man; he wears a woven bib with quillwork and hair tassels. His shirt quillwork panels, he has a feather in his hair, and he holds a staff.
Crow Indians--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--1900-1910.; Quillwork--1900-1910.; Aged persons--1900-1910.; Braids (hairdressing)--1900-1910.; Men--1900-1910.; Shirts--1900-1910.; Staffs (Sticks)--1900-1910.; Sitting Elk.
Seated studio portrait of He-kha-ka Ma-za (The Iron Elk), Native American man and Mdewakanton Sioux warrior, wearing a roach and feathers, jacket with shirt and necktie, and a blanket around his waist; he holds a ceremonial staff or spear.
Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Mdewakanton Indians--1850-1860.; Roach headdresses--1850-1860.; Warriors--1850-1860.; Iron Elk.