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This black and white photographic postcard features four indigenous men standing in an open space of prairie land. Each man is standing next to his horse and holds the reins. Written text is above and below the image. 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
Shelby (Mo.), Clarence (Mo.), Correspondence, Indigenous people, Group photographs, Tribal chiefs
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Brown, Iva, "Postcard: Four Greatest Chief's Now Living." (1910). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 1212.
The Four Greatest Chief's Now Living. The Original Great American. Copyright 1909 by W. H. Martin - 101 Well Kids I am awful hot to day there isn't any cool place down hear I had just time to get my ticket and get out on the platform when the train pulled in but made it in time Miss Iva Brown Clarence Mo