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Indian reservations -- United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

E. A. Burbank Indian Portraits, Drawings

 Collection
Identifier: Oversize-Ayer-Art-Burbank.Drawings
Abstract Collection of over 1200 red and brown conté crayon on paper portraits of assorted American Indian subjects drawn during E. A. Burbank’s extensive travel to American Indian communities throughout the American Southwest, West, and Northwest. Commissioned to paint a portrait of Chief Geronimo by his maternal uncle, Edward E. Ayer, the Newberry benefactor and president of the Field Columbian Museum, Burbank embarked in 1897 on what would turn out to be a decades-long, quixotic quest to “paint every...
Dates: approximately 1897-1914

E. A. Burbank Indian Portraits, Prints

 Collection
Identifier: Oversize-Ayer-Art-Burbank.Prints
Abstract Collection of photogravures, colortype lithographs, and other offset color prints of drawings and oil paintings by E. A. Burbank. Consisting primarily of prints of oil paintings included in Burbank’s extensive series of American Indian portraits, this collection of mass-produced, predominately twentieth century prints offers insight into cultural appeal of the American Indian and the wide dissemination of the work of E. A. Burbank during the last century.
Dates: approximately 1897-1937

Michael Lawson papers

 Collection
Identifier: Ayer-Modern-MS-Lawson
Abstract Digital material related to Michael Lawson's writings on indigenous people group topics, consultations, and reports.
Dates: 1982-2022

Michael Lawson papers

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 2022-06
Dates: 1982-2022