G.W. Parsons photographs of Osage Indians
Studio photographs, ca. 1880-ca. 1900, of Osage Indians posed as individuals and family groups. With the exception of Red Eagle, Minnie Deloria, and Bilie Connor, the Indians are unidentified. There is also one outdoor shot with the caption "War Dance."
- approximately 1880-approximately 1900
- Parsons, G. W. (George W.) (Person)
Biographical / Historical
Photographer. Born in Arkansas in March, 1845, Parsons photographed Osage Indians at his studio located at the Osage Agency in Indian Territory, the site of Pawhuska in the northeast corner of what is now Oklahoma.
0.4 Linear Feet (2 boxes)
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Ownership and Custodial History
Forms part of the Edward E. Ayer Photograph Collection (Newberry Library)
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Also available on microfilm at the Newberry Library.
Title supplied by cataloger.
In boxes with title: Osage Indians G.W. Parsons.
Mounts have printed caption: G.W. Parsons, Osage Agency, Ind. Ter.
- Cabinet photographs -- Oklahoma -- Pawhuska -- 1851-1900
- Edward E. Ayer Photograph Collection (Newberry Library)
- Indians of North America -- Oklahoma -- Photographs
- Osage Indians -- Photographs
- Parsons, G. W. (George W.)
- Pawhuska (Okla.) -- Photographs
- Photographers -- Oklahoma -- Pawhuska
- Photographs -- Oklahoma -- Pawhuska -- 1851-1900
- Red Eagle, Osage Indian -- Portraits
- United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Osage Agency -- History -- 19th century -- Sources
- G.W. Parsons photographs of Osage Indians, approximately 1880-approximately 1900
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