About this Item
- Ponca and Pawnee Indians on the 101 Ranch, Oklahoma
- Ponca men, women, and children engaged in various activities including skinning a buffalo, dancing, and riding horseback. Some images are probably staged. Also includes views of Pawnee and Ponca camps, with tepees, wagons, and drying racks.
- Contributor Names
- Clarke, H. H., copyright claimant
- Created / Published
- 1892-1930, c1908.
- Subject Headings
- - 101 Ranch Historic District (Okla.)
- - Indians of North America--Oklahoma--Performances & portrayals--1890-1930
- - Ponca Indians--Dance--1890-1930
- - Ponca Indians--Clothing & dress--1890-1930
- - Ponca Indians--Dwellings--1890-1930
- - Pawnee Indians--Dwellings--1890-1930
- - Ranches--Oklahoma--1890-1930
- - Tipis--Oklahoma--1890-1930
- - Hides & skins--Oklahoma--1890-1930
- - Indian encampments--Oklahoma--1890-1930
- - Ponca dance
- Gelatin silver prints--1890-1930.
- Group portraits--1890-1930.
- Portrait photographs--1890-1930.
- - Title devised. Handwritten captions on mounts.
- - Paint added to enhance photographs.
- - "Publ. by H.H. Clarke" printed on some photographs.
- - Copyright deposits, H.H. Clarke, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1908.
- 7 photoprints : gelatin silver ; 23 x 28 cm. or smaller.
- Call Number/Physical Location
- LOT 12832 (F) [P&P]
- Library of Congress Control Number
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Clarke, H. H., Copyright Claimant. Ponca and Pawnee Indians on the 101 Ranch, Oklahoma. Oklahoma, ca. 1908. 1892 to 1930. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/91791481/.
APA citation style:
Clarke, H. H. (ca. 1908) Ponca and Pawnee Indians on the 101 Ranch, Oklahoma. Oklahoma, ca. 1908. 1892 to 1930. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/91791481/.
MLA citation style:
Clarke, H. H., Copyright Claimant. Ponca and Pawnee Indians on the 101 Ranch, Oklahoma. 1892 to 1930. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/91791481/>.
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