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Title: Butch Thunderhawk

Dates: 1930-1939

Collection Number: 00122

Quantity: 48 images

Abstract: Copies of portraits and group photographs of Native Americans in Cannon Ball, Devils Lake, and Mandan (ND) and Rapid City (SD). Many of the images are by Frank Fiske and Rolland R. Lutz.

Provenance: Butch Thunderhawk allowed the State Historical Society of North Dakota to make copies of these photographs in January 1986.

Copyrights: Copyrights to materials in this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs. Researcher should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94‑553, Title 17 U.S. Code and an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.

Access:
This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.

Citation:
Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection name, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00122-0001         Jerome Cottonwood     
00122-0002         Charles Eagle Staff          
00122-0003         Mrs. Bull Bear
00122-0004         Mrs. Oscar Good Boy, Cannon Ball (ND). Photographer: Frank Fiske
00122-0005         Mrs. and Mrs. Holy Horse            
00122-0006         Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ireland. Photographer: Lutz
00122-0007         Mrs. Iron Bull
00122-0008         Iron Road and wife, Mandan (ND). Photographer: Lutz
00122-0010         Josephine Iron Road, Sioux Indian Princess, Mandan (ND). Photographer: Lutz
00122-0011         Josephine Iron Road, Sioux Indian Princess, Mandan (ND)
00122-0012         Lucille Van Solen at river’s edge with dog and bow and arrow    
00122-0013         Thomas Red Bull
00122-0014         Eugene Thunder Hawk, Mandan (ND). Photographer: Lutz
00122-0015         Mrs. White Eagle, Mandan (ND). Photographer: Lutz     
00122-0016         Mrs. White Eagle, Mandan (ND)               
00122-0017         Frank Young Bear, Willis Young Bear, Mrs. Frank Young Bear, John L. Crow,  Victoria Shell Track, Val Grey Bull, and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Many Horse. NW Photo
00122-0018         Merril and Agnes Thunder Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wise Spirit, Charles Eagle Staff, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Iron Road. Photographer: Lutz
00122-0019         Bear Face, Walking Shooter, Bear Ribs, Thunder Hawk, High Bear, Black Eye, Lone Dog, Big Head, Mrs. Galpin, Col. Hammond, Ella Hughes, Mrs. Alma Parkin, Running Antelope,  Young Two Bear, Cottonwood, Gray Bear, John Grass, Young Wolf, Young Fire Heart, Wolf Neck Lace, Mrs. Van Solen. Photographer: Frank Fiske
00122-0020         Sioux Indians at Northern Pacific Railroad Depot, Mandan (ND) July 1930 L-R: Mary Iron Road, Andrew Iron Road, Julia Bull Bear, Bull Bear, Mrs. Ireland, Andrew Ireland, Child?, Samuel Eagle Staff, Mrs. Eagle Staff, Follows the Road, Esther Follows the Road, Mrs. White Eagle. Photographer: Lutz
00122-0021         Sioux Indians at Northern Pacific Railroad Depot, Mandan (ND)  L-R, Back: Mrs. Shell Track, Mary Iron Road, Andrew Iron Road, Julia Bull Bear, Bull Bear, Mrs. Ireland, Andrew Ireland, Samuel Eagle Staff, Felix War Chief, Agnes Looking Horse. L-R Front: ? Alma Thunder Hawk, ? Photographer: Lee Mohr
00122-0022         Sioux Indians, Mandan (ND). Photographer: Lutz Studio
00122-0023         Sioux Indians, Northern Pacific Railroad Depot, Mandan (ND) July 1930  L-R, Back: Andrew Ireland, Samuel Eagle Staff, Holy Horse, Bull Bear, Andrew Iron Road; L-R (Sitting): Esther Follows the Road, Mrs. Ireland, Julia Bull Bear, Child?, Mrs. Eagle Staff, Mrs. White Eagle, Mary Iron Road. Photographer: Lutz Studio
00122-0024         Sioux Indian Group, Mandan (ND)
00122-0025         Sioux Indians, Mandan (ND)
00122-0026         Sioux Indians, Mandan (ND)
00122-0027         Sioux Indians, Mandan (ND). Photographer: Lutz
00122-0028         ‘Three little Sioux Chiefs,’ Mandan (ND). Photographer: Lutz
00122-0029         Sioux Indians, Mandan (ND). Photographer: Lee Mohr  
00122-0030         Sioux Indians, Mandan (ND). Photographer: Lutz             
00122-0031         Sioux Indians, Mandan (ND)
00122-0032         See Lee Mohr 10557-Box 6-file 8-004 Indians with group, Mandan (ND) August 24, 1939
00122-0033         J. D. Allen, Anton P. Ness, Mary Scarp, and unidentified Indian group in front of train, Mandan (ND) July 1930      
00122-0034         Group photograph, men with horses     
00122-0035         Indian beauty contestants, Rapid City (SD). Photographer: Doubleday Rise
00122-0036         Unidentified young Indian          
00122-0037         Mrs. Holy Horse, dancer at Northern Pacific Depot, Mandan (ND)
00122-0038         Unidentified Indian woman       
00122-0039         Unidentified Indian man and woman     
00122-0040         Unidentified Indian woman and child    
00122-0041         Unidentified group of Indian men and woman in front of wagon
00122-0042         Unidentified three Indian men                                                 
00122-0043         Unidentified Indian family                                                          
00122-0044         Unidentified group of Indian men playing dominoes, Cannonball (ND)
00122-0045         Unidentified group of Indian men playing dominoes, Cannonball (ND)   
00122-0046         Unidentified group of Indian men singing and drumming
00122-0047         Man driving horse-drawn buggy
00122-0048         Golden Harvest Festival parade, Devils Lake (ND) August 1937      

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