Lot 337    

American Indian Photographs,
American History Auction / June 24, 2009
lot of 4, includes a silver gelatin on printing out paper of a bridled horse on the Blackfoot Agency, Montana, titled Indian Palace Car in negative and with manuscript caption on verso 4.5" x 7.25"; a W.R. Cross silver gelatin boudoir card of Rosebud Agency, D.T., with Cross's Hot Springs, South Dakota backmark; a photograph of Big Foot on a horse at the Navajo Reservation, dated 1902, manuscript title on verso, image 4" x 5" on larger 5.5" x 6.5" card stock; and half a regular sized Hamilton and Hoyt stereoview of Standing Buffalo, Winnebago, 3.5" x 3.5".

Provenance:  
The Thomas Minckler Collection of Western Americana


Condition:  
First image with small tear along upper margin and light creases; second with bumped corners, appears to be slightly trimmed, light water stains in upper right sky, black paper adhered to corners of verso; third excellent; fourth trimmed, corner broken and taped.
Sold: $293.75
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