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This black and white photographic postcard features a group of indigenous people standing behind a buffalo. The buffalo is on the ground with arrows sticking out of it. Over a dozen men stand and several have tools or weapons in their hands. A horse stands to the left and written text is at the top of the card. Handwriting is on the back of the card. Part of the "Perils of the Plains" set which are actual photos of a staged 1905 event for the NEA (National Editorial Association). The event took place on the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch near Bliss, Oklahoma.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Skidmore (Tex.), Bee County (Kan.), Correspondence, Indigenous people, Group photographs, Tribal chiefs, Buffaloes, Farmington (Mo.), St. Francois County (Mo.)
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Hay, Susie R., "Postcard: Geronimo Carving Buffalo Meat for His Indians" (1910). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 1211.
Geronimo Carving Buffalo Meat for His Indians. Copyright 1909 by Martin Post Card Co. Skidmore Texas Oct 9, 1910 I am on my way home going to Conpis am well and I like this country but may not get home till(sic) sunday maby(sic) Saturday will not stay longer than can help Repectfully H Mrs. Susie R. Hay Farmington St. Francis Mo. RFD #2 Box