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Primary Creator: Wyoming Council for the Humanities

Other Creators: Bureau of Indian Affairs

Extent: 2.0 Boxes

Subjects: Indians of North America--Photographs

Languages: English

Abstract

This photographic collection housed at the BIA, Wind River Agency, Ft. Washakie, Wyoming, consists of about 2,500 black-and-white photographic images.  Most of the photographs were taken during the 1930's on the Wind River Reservation, although a few were dated in the late 1920's or early 1940's.  They were primarily of the co-operative work projects in progress at the time, such as roadbuilding, erosion control, fire-fighting, sawmills, tie drives, irrigation ditches, completed dams, archaeological excavations, cattle and sheep-ranching, etc.

Collection Historical Note

This photographic collection housed at the BIA, Wind River Agency, Ft. Washakie, Wyoming, consists of about 2,500 black-and-white photographic images.  Most were in the form of glass plate or celluloid negatives ranging from 5"X7" to the smaller 3V'X4V' size.  A few existed only in the form of prints, from which copy negatives have now been made.  A very small percentage were missing entirely, leaving either the original storage envelopes (and information) or else nothing at all.  The status of each separate image is indicated in this catalogue.

Most of the photographs were taken during the 1930's on the Wind River Reservation, although a few were dated in the late 1920's or early 1940's.  They were primarily of the co-operative work projects in progress at the time, such as roadbuilding, erosion control, fire-fighting, sawmills, tie drives, irrigation ditches, completed dams, archaeological excavations, cattle and sheep-ranching, etc.  Another large group of pictures, scattered throughout the collec­tion, dealt with housing, and showed Shoshone and Arapaho families standing in front of their homes:  Some were apparently taken to emphasize the need for new housing on" the reservation, and others showed recently-completed dwellings (but not usually of the same families).  Ano­ther group showed the activities sponsored by the Agricultural Extension Service and person­nel, such as planting and harvesting the many productive gardens, the Arapahoe Cannery, the selective breeding programs to provide improved dairy and workhorse stock (Percherons, Morgans, etc.), and 4-H shows.  A smaller, over-lapping group showed the campuses and activi­ties of the reservation schools, both as boarding schools and later as day schools; these include farming, vegetable gardening, carpentry projects, rodent control, home-ec classes, school livestock, the Drum and Bugle Corps, etc.  Another group of photographs depicted the buildings, personnel, and services of the BIA, such as the various public health programs, payment of social security benefits, etc.  The last major grouping showed various recrea­tional activities, especially rodeos, barbecues, school commencement, Lander Pioneer Days, Memorial Day, summer camps, etc.  There are also many numerous miscellaneous pictures of local scenery, young men being inducted into the Armed Services, visits by politicians and bishops, tribal council portraits and meetings, Maverick Springs oil field, Padlock Ranch, community stores, etc.

Many of the negatives were signed by photographers "Fox" or "Denier."  Official photographer Frank Fox, an Oklahoma Indian, was a foreman for CCC-ID; later he operated a gas station in Lander.  No information was available on Denier.  Additional knowledge about the photo­graphers would be appreciated.

A few of the photographs were apparently taken on holiday visits elsewhere.  Although not an integral part of the collection, they were taken about the same time, and probably by the same people.  One set, for example, was taken at Yellowstone Park, another back East.  The set showing the Window Rock Agency, on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona (#241-249), may have been an assignment or a series of business trips.

Four photographs (#472, 558D & E, 617, & 618) were probably inserted into the collection because of their special interest, but were taken much earlier.  Only copy negatives were brought here from their original locations, but contact prints have now been made of them, as well.

The negatives have been placed in acid-free mylar sleeves within new acid-free envelopes for long-term preservation.  To further protect the negatives, contact sheets have been made from them—that is, photographic prints the exact size of the negatives themselves; none of the prints are enlargements.  Three complete sets of the contact prints have been developed:  One is at the Wind River Agency, Ft. Washakie, one at the Wyoming Indian High School, Ethete, and one held by the Arapaho Language and Culture Commission.  These con­tact sheets were then used in the identification process, with the negatives stored for safe-keeping.

The information given on the original storage envelopes may or may not have been written right at the time the photographs were taken, but it seems to have been done quite early; other notations appear to have been added at a later date.  The title and overall infor­mation noted on each envelope has been typed in capital letters in the catalogue; the information gathered during the brief course of this project is added in small letters, in order to distinguish it somewhat from the original.  Below each envelope title, infor­mation is typed about the individual images; no attempt was made to separate original from recently-gathered data in this section:  If such a distinction should become necessary, a researcher may refer back to the old manila envelopes, which are stored separately from the negatives, and from the backs of the old prints.

As the identifications were being collected from numerous community volunteers, attempts were made to include maiden names, nicknames, Indian names, and other pertinent data that would help to clarify the identifications.  Many names are positive identifications; others are probable.  Those that are disputed or are mostly educated guesses have been noted with a (?) before the name.

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Indians of North America--Photographs

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Repository: McCracken Research Library

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.

Preferred Citation: Bureau of Indian Affairs Wind River Agency Photograph Collection, MS 45, McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West.


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P.45.001          NO NEGS.  DUDE CAMP IN MOUNTAINS - WILDERNESS TRIP FOLDER ONLY

P.45.002          WILDERNESS TRIP - AL WETZEL - CAMERAMAN - TAKING SHOTS IN CAMP.

P.45.003          WILDERNESS TRIP.  LYDELL LAKE IN FOREGROUND - HEAD OF BULL LAKE IN BACKGROUND.

P.45.004          NA.

P.45.005          LIZARD HEAD PEAK.

P.45.006          PACK TRAIN CLIMBING TEEPEE PASS - HEAD OF RAFT CREEK.

P.45.007          TEEPEE ROCK - ON PASS FROM RAFT CREEK TO TWENTY LAKE CREEK A.  (?) Will Boyd's pack outfit.

P.45.008          FALL IN GRAVES CREEK CANYON.

P.45.009          PACK TRAIN ON RAFT CREEK.

P.45.010          LONESOME LAKE - HEAD OF NORTH FORK OF POPOAGIE.

P.45.011          FIRE ON NORTH FORK OF POPOAGIE - TAIL END OF FIRE – August, 1938. Cook - Fire Camp; North Fork Popoagie Fire, Summer, 1933.

P.45.012          TIE DRIVE --: BIG WIND RIVER, 1938

P.45.013          MEADOW CREEK RANGER STATION & RANGER.  P.45.013A – Frank Ruleau [Sioux] ECW fire guard; at station above Crowheart riding "Two Step"

P.45.014          RED BASIN FROM ST. LAWRENCE CREEK - SWITCHBACKS:  RANGE CATTLE, 1937.

P.45.015          ARAPAHOE RANGER STATION, Below Arapahoe School by river - torn down now.

P.45.016          NA

P.45.017          BADLANDS, towards Crowheart.

P.45.018          VISITING POLITICIANS:  1)________________________ ; 2)____________________  ; 3) Gus Morrow, Special Security Policeman; 4)____________  ; 5)_______________________  ; 6) Laura Dexter, Social Worker; 7)  ; 8) Mrs. Dorothy Stone; 9) Sen. Joseph O'Mahoney; 10) Forrest R. Stone, Superintendent.

P.45.019          NA

P.45.020          NA

P.45.021          PORTRAITS:  A. William Thunder and William Buckman, B. Leslie Gould (from Oklahoma) and Mary Aoah (The one of Mary Aoah is apparently missing.)

P.45.022          RALPH GRASSHOPPER.

P.45.023          NA

P.45.024          JIM COMPTON & WALLACE ST. CLAIR PORTRAIT

P.45.025          NA

P.45.026          HOSPITAL STAFF August 9, 1938.  A. back row: Viola Hereford Snyder; Grace Miller; Jane Little Ant barren; Elsie Hungary (Large); Dr. D.W. Gunn; front row: field nurse    ? Irene Brave (Fox); Miss Cullanen; Bertha Nordine (Smith) ; Pete Padia;  Merle Night (Gobel) ; Miss Adeline Ross

P.45.027          IRENE KINNEAR MEADE, Elementary Teacher and Councilwoman.

P.45.028          GILBERT DAY, Shoshone Councilman.

P.45.029          JUNE HEREFORD - DRUM MAJORETTE

P.45.030          FRED DRALLE PORTRAIT, BIA Special Officer.

P.45.031          NA

P.45.032          ARAPAHO SUNDANCE, 1938.

P.45.033          HOME OF SAM FRIDAY – ARAPAHO

P.45.034          ARAPAHO HOME - CLARENCE SMITH

P.45.035          ARAPAHO HOME - DAN WALKER.  A. wife Capitola "Cappie" Walker (from Oklahoma); Dan Walker

P.45.036          ARAPAHO HOME - ALONZO MOSS.  A. wife Ada Jenkins Redman Moss; Alonzo Moss

P.45.037          ARAPAHO HOME - ALLEN CHAIR.  A. ?wife Seiwo'teeni "Black Woman" Beulah Curly Hair/C'Hair

P.45.038          ARAPAHO HOME - JASON OLDMAN.  A. wife Virginia Duran Oldman, holding baby    ;daughter Viola Oldman Wanstall

P.45.039          ARAPAHO HOME - CHARLES WHITEMAN (Incorrect) A. ?Bart Sitting Eagle;    wife

P.45.040          No Neg.  RAY LAKE

P.45.041          ARAPAHO HOME - GERTRUDE GOES-IN-LODGE A. Gertrude "Left Hand" Goes-In-Lodge

P.45.042          ARAPAHOE DANCE HALL NEAR ETHETE (Incorrect) A. Arapaho Dance Hall below St. Stephens

P.45.043          MAGPIE WHITE HOME.  A. Magpie White; other family member Josephine Judson White;  granddaughter Maxine "Maxie" Little Ant/Little

P.45.044          OSCAR GRASSHOPPER HOME.  A. Oscar Grasshopper;  Walter "Kinch" Monroe; brother Ralph Grasshopper; on roof:                      ; brother Clifford Grasshooper;________________

P.45.045          HENRY LEE TYLER HOME.  (?)daughter Louise Tyler (Wolfrang) ; wife Amelia "Singing in the Sweat Lodge" Hair Tyler; Henry Lee Tyler; sons,

P.45.046          HARRY FRIDAY HOME — HARRY FRIDAY AND ELIZABETH.  A. wife Elizabeth Little Owl/Ould Friday; daughter Bridget Friday Trosper; Harry. Temporary camp while putting up hay.

P.45.047          PEARL MILLER POSEY - ARAPAHOE FARM SITE.  A. Pearl Lajeunesse Miller Posey; children of homeowner Frankie; Grace; Flora/ in front; ?Jess or Lawrence; Nora; ?Joe.  Nora and Flora were twins.

P.45.048          MOUNTAIN SHEEP JENKINS HOME

P.45.049          ARAPAHO HOMESITE - JOHN GOODMAN.  A. John Goodman; wife Margaret Friday Goodman; daughter Teresa Goodman (Bushyhead); sons ?Charles; ?John Jr.

P.45.050          RALPH BEHAN HOME.  A. wife Bessie "Red White Woman" Eagle Dress/Dress Behan;daughter Mary Elizabeth" Frances Behan (Moss); Ralph Runs Behind/Behan

P.45.051          HOME OF IDA F. BEAR

P.45.052          ARAPAHOE HOMESITE - GARFIELD WOLF.  A) ______________; B) ?grandson Dennis Bearing; son-in-law Chili Bearing; _________Garfield/Wolf; Wife Annie Black Coal/ Young Chief Wolf

P.45.053          ISAAC BELL HOME.  A) son Eddie Bell; Isaac Bell; children of homeowner Mary Agnes 3ell (Washington); Patsy Bell (Dodge); Teddy, in front; Billy, in front; Bernadine Bell (Means);wife Agnes Posey Bell; holding ?son Lawrence.

P.45.054          HOME OF LAURA POTTER  (ARAP.)

P.45.055          ARAPAHOE CAMP SITE

P.45.056          GEORGE W. ANTELOPE HOME, 1930's  (MINNIE ANTELOPE - OLD LADY).  A) daughter Adeline Antelone (Armour);                        ;(?)granddaughter Rosie Piper; wife Minnie Shavehead Antelope; ?grandson          ; George White Antelope/Antelope; grandson Joe Piper.

P.45.057          ARAPAHOE HOME - ALOYSIUS ANTELOPE (Incorrect) — 1930's.  A) Lawrence Little Ant; son Noble Little Ant; wife Rena Redman Little Ant, holding daughter Joanne; daughter Frances Little Ant (Makeshine): 1930's *Note grinder for sharpening sheen shears B) same as A (transferred from. #431)

P.45.058          ARAPAHOE HOME - BEN WARREN.  A) wife Pauline Underwood Warren, seated; children of homeowner Anita Warren (Portwood); standing behind;            ; Ben Warren, Jr.;              ; Gerri Warren(Brown); Hubert Warren

P.45.059          LEE ARTHUR HOME AND SHOSHONE HOME.  A) daughter Mae Arthur; wife Lena Cole Arthur.  B)

P.45.060          ICE CHAIR HOME.  A) son Frank Iceman/Chair; nephew Joe White Owl; sons William, Joe , and John; ?granddaughter              ; wife Frannie Yellow Moccasin C'Hair

P.45.061          HOMES OF SETH BLACKBURN, BEN GOGGLES, JOE HAT, DAN PENN, JASPER WATERMAN.  A) Ben Goggles Home B) Seth Blackburn Home: ?son      Blackburn; ?wife Elizabeth Shakespeare Blackburn, holding baby          ; ? daughter Angela Blackburn C) Joe Hat Home D & E) Dan Penn Home F) Jasper Waterman Home

P.45.062          NA

P.45.063          NA

P.45.064          NA

P.45.065          NA

P.45.066          CCC-ID PERSONNEL, 1938 (see also # 147, 155, 419).  A & B) Frank Fox; Paul nines;          ; Merle Farlow; John L. Boyd; Jim McWhinnie, surveyor; Jack Stenburg; Vince Himmler or Hemler

P.45.067          NA

P.45.068          NA

P.45.069          NA

P.45.070          FRANK ENOS HOME.  A) In hills up near North Fork, above Ft. Washakie

P.45.071          NA

P.45.072          NA

P.45.073          WALLACE ST. CLAIR HOME.  A) daughter Velma St. Clair (Chavez): sons Stanford and Wallace, Jr.; wife Winnie Welch St. Clair

P.45.074          LON WADDA HOME.  A) Fred "Ta-de-gan-at-sie" Tavo; Lon Wadda; wife Effie Barney Wadda; ?niece or nephew      ;?niece or nephew            ; ?Paul Tavo; Quiet Taylor Tavo, cousin to Effie

P.45.075          NA

P.45.076          LON WADDA HOME.  A) Fred "Ta-de-gan-at-sie" Tavo; Lon Wadda; wife Effie Barney Wadda; ?niece or nephew      ;?niece or nephew            ; ?Paul Tavo; Quiet Taylor Tavo, cousin to Effie

P.45.077          NA

P.45.078          NA

P.45.079          LOU MEEKS HOME.  A) ?son Eldon V. Meeks; daughter Lois L. "Blondie" Meeks; wife Alvena Lahoe Meeks (Tarness)

P.45.080          NA

P.45.081          NA

P.45.082          NA

P.45.083          NA

P.45.084          WATSIE WISE HOME

P.45.085          NA

P.45.086          NAHVIE MOVO HOME - BLIND SHOSHONE WOMAN

P.45.087          DAVE PERRY HOME

P.45.088          WALLACE NILES' HOME.  A) Wife Mary Finley Peche Niles (Flathead); Wallace Niles, caretaker at Ft. Washakie Hot Springs

P.45.089          NA.

P.45.090          NA

P.45.091          NA

P.45.092          NA

P.45.093          NA.

P.45.094          NA

P.45.095          NA

P.45.096          NA

P.45.097          MORGAN MOON HOME.  SENT TO INDIAN OFFICE BY PANKEY, March 13, 1937

P.45.098          NA

P.45.099          NA

P.45.100          No Neg.  HOME OF ROGER WAGON.  Negative sent to Indian Office by Pankey, March 13, 1937

P.45.101          No Neg.  HOME OF MATTAVISH ALLEN.  Negative sent to Indian Office by Pankey, March 13, 1937

P.45.102          NA

P.45.103          JOHN HEREFORD'S HOME.  A) niece Eva Felter Enos;                  , in doorway.

P.45.104          PETE ARAGON HOME.  A) daughter Ellen "Julia" Aragon (Smith); step-daughter Clara Aragon (LaRocque); daughter Lucinda "Susie" Aragon, looking out window.  B) sons John, Peter V.; daughter Ellen "Julia" Aragon (Smith); wife Lucinda Hereford Aragon; daughter P Catherine M. (Shongutsie) in front; daughter ?Pauline "Bunky" Aragon (Tidzump); daughter Lucinda "Susie" Aragon, holding baby.  C) Same as "B"

Folder 2: Photographs - P.45.105 to P.45.153Add to your cart.

P.45.105          NA

P.45.106          NA

P.45.107          NA

P.45.108          No Neg.  HOME OF MYRTLE NOSEEP.  Negative sent to Indian Office by Pankey 3/13/1937.

P.45.109          No Neg.  HOME OF JENNIE MARTINEZ.  Negative sent to Indian Office by Pankey 3/13/1937.

P.45.110          No Neg.  HOME OF COZA NACOTA.  Negative sent to Indian Office by Pankey 3/13/1937.

P.45.111          No Neg.  HOME OF WATSIE WISE, SR.  Negative sent to Indian Office by Pankey, 3/13/1937.

P.45.112          ELIZABETH PENN HOME.  A) sister Dorothy Friday (Wanstall) (Wolf); mother Salt          Friday; Elizabeth Friday Penn (Dresser).  Youngest wife and two daughters of scout Wn. Frida-B) niece Ruth Bitner Sun Rhodes; sister Mae Friday Bitner Walker; mother Salt'"-[  Friday; two children in front are                ;                  .

P.45.113          EMPLOYEES QUARTERS - FT. WASHAKIE

P.45.114          EMPLOYEES QUARTERS - BEN STAGNER.  Employees Quarters - South side of campus.  Louis Breuninger.  Employees Quarters - South side of campus.  Rear view of Fred Dralie and Ben Stagner house

P.45.115          EMPLOYEES QUARTERS.  A) Employees quarters - West side of Murdock House

P.45.116          EMPLOYEES QUARTERS - JOHN POP.  A) Employees quarters - East side of Murdock House.  Formerly Hospital Steward.

P.45.117          GOBLE's QUARTERS & ADJOINING GARAGES.  A) WPA.  Engineers quarters and garage.  Remodeled by WPA.

P.45.118          AGENCY JAIL

P.45.119          NA

P.45.120          AGENCY OFFICE.  Agency Office - Ft. Washakie - South View

P.45.121          GARAGES - NORTH SIDE OF AGENCY - MRS. HAAS'.  WPA Garages.  Left-old carpenter shop.  Right-old blacksmith shop -- remodeled into garages by WPA.

P.45.122          NA

P.45.123          EMPLOYEES QUARTERS'- REAR OF BREUNINGER'S.  A) Employees quarters - South side of campus.  Rear view of Roger's and Ben Stagner's House.

P.45.124          C. W. MARKLEY'S BARN & GARAGE

P.45.125          EMPLOYEES QUARTERS.  GREEN - HAAS - FRED STAGNER

P.45.126          EMPLOYEES QUARTERS – FONTENELLE

P.45.127          EMPLOYEES QUARTERS - JIM COMPTON'S - BEFORE REMODELLING.  Old Oddfellows Hall, originally built in 1886.

P.45.128          EMPLOYEES QUARTERS - OLD CO. QUARTERS.  A) Employees quarters - south side of campus.  Left - Ohlerking; Right-Dr.Gunn.

P.45.129          EMPLOYEES QUARTERS - FT. WASHAKIE - CRAMER, DAVIS, RAWIE.

P.45.130          AGENCY COMMISSARY BEFORE REMODELLING

P.45.131          SOIL EROSION CAMPS BELOW RIVERTON, at Double Dives (junction of Big and Little Wind Rivers)

P.45.132          ROOT CELLAR AT ARAPAHOE.  A)Extension - constructing root cellar at Arapahoe.  B)Completed root cellar at Arapahoe.  C)Extension - constructing root cellar at Arapahoe.  f) Form at doorway - Arapahoe Cellar.  g)Completed section of wall (120x36).  h) Crew of resettlement grant men pouring cement in forms - Arapahoe cellar.  i) Construction of community cellar – Arapahoe

P.45.133          BOARD OF DIRECTORS - ARAPAHOE CO-OP CANNERY.  A) Scott Dewey, President; David Headley, Director; Thomas Joe Duran, Sec-Treas.; Paul Hanway, vice-president; Isaac Bell, Director; Clarence Smith,Director; Mike Goggles, Sr., Director.  B) In back of BIA Office:              ;Esther Collins P. Chamberlain ; Tom Shakespeare, Sr.; Aloysius "Orlando" Antelope; T. Joe Duran; Paul Hanway; David Headley; Scott Dewey; F. E. McSpadden, Extension Agent.  C) F. E. McSpadden; Scott Dewey; Dave Headley; T. Joe Duran; Paul Hanway; Isaac Bell; George Bankhead, Farm Advisor; Clarence Smith; Mike Goggles, Sr.; Forrest R. Stone, Superintendent.

P.45.134          SCHOOL FARM ACTIVITIES.  B)School boys treating alfalfa seeds.  C)School boys poisoning gophers and prairie dogs.

P.45.135          SAWMILL! CCC Project at Mosquito Park, near Moccasin Lake; later a 4-H camp.  A)Bill Aragon at Blacksmith Shop - Sawmill, Dec. 1933.  B)Water trough at old sawmill.  Dec, 1933.  C)Sawmill, Dec. 1933  D)Forest slope above Trout Creek camp, and adjacent to Sawmill (Project IV-A-1),October 1933.  E) Project IV-A-1: Sawmill at 1st location, October 1933.  M) Sawmill Operation, winter 1938.  Q) Skidding WPA logs, winter, 1938.  R) Skidding WPA logs, winter, 1938.  T) IV-A Sawmill, April, 1934 - Jack Nippers film.  U) IV-A Sawmill; April, 1934, Jack Nippers film.  V) Skidding WPA logs, winter, 1938.  W) Sawmill operations, winter, 1938.

P.45.136          GIRLS SWEEPING HIGHWAY.

P.45.137          DEHORNING CHUTE.  A)  B)  C)

P.45.138          COMMUNITY BUILDING – ARAPAHOE.  Community Hall - Arapahoe - in course of construction

P.45.139          TRACHOMA CLINIC - GOVERNMENT DAY SCHOOL.  A)_______________; Susie Aragon, in print dress.

P.45.140          MEETING WITH ASS'T SECRETARY CHAPMAN: RE: MAVERICK SPRINGS OIL FIELD ; On Stage:  ____________; _________________; Nell Scott, in hat; _____________; ___________________; _____________________; Bob Harris, in white shirt; Ben Perry;?Wallace St. Clair, in white shirt; __________________; _______________________; Forrest R. Stone (hand to face); Charlie Washakie; _________________; ____________________; ____________________; ______________________; ____________________; Man beside stage, to right, is Jim Compton, interpreter.  Speaker standing in 140D is _______________________

P.45.141          EXTENSION PERSONNEL – 1938.  A) Wallace St. Clair, Sec. at Ft. Washakie; George Bankhead, Arapahoe; John Pop, Ft. Washakie; John McKeg, Burris; Frank Lambert, Ethete; Alfred "Dusty" Kealer, Stockman; F.E. McSpadden, Head.  B) Same as A

P.45.142          STONE BUILDING AT SCHOOL.  A) Old stone quarters at school in course of demolition.  B) Old Stone building at school formerly occupied as quarters - Employees Quarters.  Demolished by W.P.A. employees.

P.45.143          BOY SCOUTS – 1935

P.45.144          SCHOOL STAFF, Ft. Washakie Government School.  A) Back Row: Ed Schenandore; ______________________; ________________________; Gordon Burnette; Miss Overholdt, face mostly hidden; ?Ben Snyder; Miss ?Evelyn Brown, face partly hidden; Leo Cottenoir; _______________; __________________; __________________; Front Row: ? Pentilla _____; ____________; ____________; ____________; ?Miss Bowser; ?Fred Mann; Floyd Rains, Principal

P.45.145          CATHOLIC CHURCH - Ft. Washakie, burned down on a Saturday with Father Connell's dalmatian dog in it; rebuilt in ________

P.45.146          RE-ORGANIZATION MEETING

P.45.147          HEADS OF DIVISIONS - WIND RIVER AGENCY, 1938.  A) Front Row: Harlow E. Burt, Chief Clerk; F.E. McSpadden, Extension Service; Jack E. Stenberg, CCC-ID; Carl Rawie, Forestry; Mrs. Eva M. Haas, Welfare & WPA.  Back Row: Donald F. Reed, Roads; Fred W. Dralle, Law & Order; Floyd O. Rains, Schools; (See Also #155)

P.45.148          AGENCY GARAGE & TRUCK DRIVERS.  A) Alvin "Heck" Felter; Fred Stagner; Wainwright Gustin;  B) same as A

P.45.149          GRADING AGENCY STREETS, 8/7/38.  B) BIA Office; Supt's house, Annex.  H) Street work at Ft. Washakie looking toward flour mill.  I) Street work at Ft. Washakie; Adjoining Superintendent's residence.  J) Street work at Ft. Washakie; Looking toward hospital.  K) Street work at Ft. Washakie.  Alley back of quarters on west side of agency.  L) Street work at Ft. Washakie.  Looking East from office.

P.45.150          ROAD GRADING.

P.45.151          ROAD PILE DRIVER AT WORK.  C) Shoshone Reservation Wyoming, driving pile from #1 Bridge.

P.45.152          ROCK CRUSHER AT WORK.

P.45.153          ROADS GARAGE & WAREHOUSE.  D) Construction of Roads Garage.  E) Construction of Roads Garage.  F) Construction of Roads Garage.  G) Left: Agency jail; Right: Roads Garage.

Folder 3: Photographs - P.45.154 to P.45.273Add to your cart.

P.45.154          ROADS CREW BUILDING BRIDGE.

P.45.155          OFFICE FORCE - AUGUST 1938.  A) Louis Breuninger.  B) Peggy Martin.  C) Peggy Martin.  D) front row: ?Mrs. Davis; ____________; Ardeline Mathiesen; Irene Ward ___________; second row: __________________; ________________; Steven Smith; Louis Breuninger; third row: ?Hazel Harris; ____________; ?Harlow E. Burt; Raymond Cramer; last 2 rows: ?Frank Gordon; ____________; _____________; _______________; ? Mr. Asbury.  E) Same as D.  F) Front Row: Harlow E. Burt, Chief Clerk; F.E. McSpadden, Extension Service; Jack E. Stenberg, CCC-ID; Carl Rawie, Forestry; Mrs. Eva M. Hass, Welfare & WPA.  Back Row: Donald F. Reed, Roads; Fred W. Dralle, Law and Order; Floyd O. Rains, Schools..  G) Jack E. Stenberg, CCC-ID; Carl Rawie, Forestry; Mrs. Eva M. Haas, Welfare & WPA.  Back Row: Donald F. Reed, Roads; Fred W. Dralle, Law and ORder; Floyd O. Rains, Schools.  H) Same as F.  I) Same as F.  J) Same as F.

P.45.156          BISHOP ZIEGLER WITH CATCH OF TROUT.  A) Clergy on Wilderness Trip - Ziegler, Poindexter, and Spenser.  B) Ziegler.

P.45.157          CHAPEL IN THE WILDERNESS.  A) Sunday morning services at Washakie Lake - Wilderness Trip, 1938.  Bishop Ziegler officiating.

P.45.158          SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFICIARIES.  A) Standing in back: Zoe "Siiyoni" Sleeping Bear/ Bearing Friday; Alice Leonard Peahrora; ______________, girl against wall.  Seated: __________; Elmo Roberts; _______________; Oscar Grasshopper; Mattie Friday; ?Salt ____________ Friday or Susie Narkok Peahrora.  B) Same as A.  C) Standing: Ralph Behan; ______________; Jerome Oldman; Charlie Whiteman; _____________; Paul Sleeping Bear/ Harris; ?Andrew Jackson, policeman; General Crook "Rising Buffalo" Norse.  Seated: Edith Spoonhunter Collins; ________________; little girl ________________; Rose __________Coal Bearing/ Cole; Katie "Niisbessei" ________ Headley;  D) Same as C.  A&B taken at Wind River Agency, Ft. Washakie; C&D taken at old clinic (Sub-agency) near the Arapahoe Cannery.

P.45.159          ISAAC BELL IN CORN FIELD.  A) ?Isaac Bell.

P.45.160          FRANK C. BEARING IN ARAPAHOE CANNERY GARDEN.

P.45.161          GRASSHOPPER BAIT DISTRIBUTING.

P.45.162          GRASSHOPPER FUNGUS KILLED.  Fungus-killed grasshoppers, Ft. Washakie, 1938.

P.45.163          WILD MORNING GLORY FIELD.  A) 7/13/1938 -- 40A (? 40 acres belonging to) Joe Duran, Arapahoe - morning glories.  B) Morning glory field - Joe Duran, Arapahoe.  C) Clear cultivation - patented land across fence - Indian heirship of Myrtle Brain, 7/13/1938.  D) ?Stephen Moss

P.45.164          SHEEP (INDIAN) - ON SUMMER RANGE - WILSON CREEK DIVIDE.

P.45.165          CATTLE ON THE RANGE.

P.45.166          CATTLE & SHEEP RANGE.

P.45.167          CATTLE (INDIAN) ON RANGE - SAGE CREEK.  A) Range Cattle in Red Basin, 1938.

P.45.168          INDIAN FORESTRY MEN.  A) Elmer Stagner; Carl Rawie; Brinton "Britt" Clair; Robert "Bob" Harris.  B) Kneeling: Carl Rawie; _________________; Standing: Elmer Stagner; Britt Clair; Bob Harris.

P.45.169          INDIAN FIRE PATROL.  A) Seated on bumper: Otto Washington.  Barely visible at left: Mike Goggles, Jr., in front; Jimmy Washington, behind; John Whitman, in white shirt; Ernest Sun Rhodes; Willie Arthur.

P.45.170          FIELD NURSE WITH BABY PATIENT AND MOTHER.  A) ____________________________; Miss Adeline Ross.

P.45.171          FIELD NURSE WITH YOUNG PATIENTS.  A) Adeline Ross; _______________; ___________________; _________________; ______________________.

P.45.172          UNLOADING OIL ON C & NW RAILWAY TRACKS AT LANDER.

P.45.173          NA

P.45.174          GOVERNMENT DAY SCHOOL GARDEN.  A) Wilmer Day, Thornton and Andrew McAdams.  B) James Hill, 2/21/1927.  C) James Hill, 2/21/1927.  D) Wilmer Day, Thornton and Andrew McAdams.

P.45.175          STOCK WATERING TANK.

P.45.176          NA.

P.45.177          DENNISON MARE.  A) Dennison Mare, probably from Dick Dennison Ranch near Dubois; Dee Driscoll, Shoshone Councilman.  Project to improve wind in thoroughbreds.

P.45.178          TICK FEVER CLINIC, in front of hospital; annual spring procedure for all residents.  A) Line of patients; Dr. D.W. Gunn.  B) _________________; __________________; ___________________; ________________________; Dr. Gunn.  C) _________________; __________________; ___________________; _______________________; Dr. Gunn.

P.45.179          COMMUNITY GARDEN – BURRIS.

P.45.180          COMMUNITY GARDEN – ETHETE.

P.45.181          MOVING OLD HOUSE OF SUPERINTENDENT TO NEW SITE FOR NURSES HOME.

P.45.182          RAISING HOUSE - PREPARATORY TO MOVING FROM WIND RIVER TO ARAPAHOE.  A) Moving building from Wind River to Arapahoe - before moving.  D) Moving building from Wind River to Arapahoe - loading on truck.

P.45.183          C&NW DEPOT – ARAPAHOE.  A) Note Arapahoe School (non-Indian) behind, on same hill as present school.

P.45.184          C&NW RESTROOM – ARAPAHOE.

P.45.185          MIXING CEMENT FOR BASEMENT OF NURSES' QUARTERS.

P.45.186          POURING FOOTINGS - NURSES' QUARTERS.

P.45.187          FOUNDATION FOR NURSES QUARTERS.

P.45.188          4-H GARDEN CLUB – ARAPAHOE.  A) ?Miller twins Nora and Flora; ?mother Pearl to right.

P.45.189          NA

P.45.190          NA

P.45.191          NA

P.45.192          OLD FOLKS CABINS AT FT. WASHAKIE, built by CCC.

P.45.193          AGENCY CAMPUS.

P.45.194          FORMER RESIDENCE OF SUPERINTENDENT ON AGENCY CAMPUS (MOVED TO NEW SITE AND CONVERTED INTO NURSES HOME.

P.45.195          FILLING STATION AT FT. WASHAKIE.

P.45.196          AGENCY HOSPITAL.

P.45.197          FOUNTAIN ON AGENCY CAMPUS.

P.45.198          NA

P.45.199          CONSTRUCTION OF SHOSHONE COMMUNITY BUILDING.

P.45.200          OLD STONE COMMISSARY REMODELLED INTO EMPLOYEES QUARTERS.

P.45.201          CONSTRUCTION OF STORAGE HOUSE FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.  A) Remodelling old commissary in quarters (*note discrepancy).

P.45.202          INTERIOR OF OLD STONE BARN.

P.45.203          TRADING STORE, FT. WASHAKIE, J.K. MOORE.  6/7/1938.  A) Old Warehouse; Post Office lean to; J.K. Moore Store & front porch entrance.  All on main road to Wind River Agency, near where new Ft. Washakie post office is now located.  Charles Markley was postmaster.  (?) Later Matt McGuire's store.  See also #212.  B) CHARLES MARKLEY STORE.  (Probably incorrect: same view as A).  Also not the Martel Store, which was located at the original Wind River Agency.  C)  D) Same as C

P.45.204          SACAJAWEA GRAVE MARKER.

P.45.205          NA

P.45.206          NA

P.45.207          NA

P.45.208          BULL LAKE.

P.45.209          I.E.C.W. QUARTERS UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

P.45.210          INTERIOR OF AGENCY COMMISSARY.

P.45.211          CONSTRUCTION OF ADDITION TO OFFICE - EXCAVATING FOR BASEMENT.

P.45.212          TRADING STORE AT FT. WASHAKIE TRADING CO. (McGuire).  A) Matt McGuire's grocery store being built; Fred Schroer's gas station.  Both on old main highway from Lander to Crowheart, at Ft. Washakie.  Also kown as "Sacajawea Station."  Owned by Maude Clairmont, Shoshone Councilwoman, from 1942 to 1952.  Demolished.  (Hine's mercantile and gas station, built several miles south when the new highway went in, is also known as "Sacajawea Station" now.)

P.45.213          AGENCY CAMPUS - CHRISTMAS EVE, 1937.

P.45.214          QUARRYING ROCK FOR SUPERINDENDENT'S HOUSE; along Trout Creek Road.  B) ____________________; ?Bill Aragon; ? John Hereford with mustache.

P.45.215          EXCAVATING FOR BASEMENT OF SUPERINTENDENT'S HOUSE.

P.45.216          SUPERINTENDENT'S HOUSE COMPLETED.

P.45.217          GOVERNMENT DAY SCHOOL BUILDINGS.  c. Girls' Dormitory, Shoshone Agency, Wyo., January 27, 1932.  View of front of bldg.

P.45.218          BRANDON'S & PENTILLA'S QUARTERS (SCHOOL).

P.45.219          PRINCIPAL'S COTTAGE – SCHOOL.  B) Excavating for principal's cottage.

P.45.220          NA

P.45.221          NA

P.45.222          POWER HOUSE AT SCHOOL.  All electricity shut down at 10:00 P.M.

P.45.223          GYMNASIUM AT SCHOOL.

P.45.224          GYMNASIUM - VIEW SHOWING CRACK IN WALL.

P.45.225          COMMUNITY BUILDING AT DAY SCHOOL.

P.45.226          HOT SPRINGS.

P.45.227          CONSTRUCTING CARETAKER'S COTTAGE - HOT SPRINGS.

P.45.228          CARETAKER'S COTTAGE - HOT SPRINGS.

P.45.229          STELLA WASHAKIE.  A) Stella Washakie as Sacajawea.  Great granddaughter of Chief Washakie.  1930s.  B) Stella Washakie as Sacajawea.  C) Stella Washakie as Sacajawea.  D) Stella Washakie as Sacajawea

P.45.230          SHOSHONE TRIBAL DANCE GROUNDS.

P.45.231          NA

P.45.232          OLD SHOSHONE DANCE HALL - FT. WASHAKIE.  PS7-DEN.

P.45.233          NA

P.45.234          SHOSHONE SUN DANCE.  A) ? Morning Sunrise Service.  B) Kneeling: Lillian St. Clair Hereford; ?Ione Tarness (Ute); _________________; _______________; _______________; ? Victor Hereford; Seeright Lajeunesse.  Middle: Josie ? Trujillo Washakie McAdams; Irene Bonatsie Tassitsie Barney; Verna Large (Hurtado); Teresa Hereford; June Hereford (Stagner); ___________________, wearing roach; Larson Teton, wearing roach; Burdick Teton, wearing war-bonnet; __________________, in front; ? Alvin Leonard, in geometric vest; Alvin Compton; ___________? McGill; baby; Edward LeClair; ?James Day; Ellen Hereford Washakie; _________________.  Men in back: John McAdams; Dewey Washakie; ? Hugo Bonatsie; Dick Washakie.

P.45.235          WOLF DANCERS.

P.45.236          ARAPAHOE WOMEN WORKERS - MILL CREEK.  A) SITTING: Annie Armajo Shakespeare; Ellen Rose Brown (Aaron) (Smith); Martha Armajo Groesbeck; STANDING: Hazel Harris; Rosaline Lone Bear/ Brown Manderson; Bertie Woldrang White Hair/ Harris; Elsie Headley Shakespeare; Nora Trumbull Brown; Matilda Sun Rhodes Aragon; Mary Shoulder Blad Monroe; Miss Bernice Brown.  B. Same as A, except Hazel Harris and Miss Brown are not pictured.

P.45.237          BLACKSMITH SHOP AT COMMUNITY BUILDING, ARAPAHOE.  A) Ernest Posey; Paul Hanway.  WPA Blacksmiths at work, Community Hall, Arapahoe.  B) Construction of community house, Arapahoe.  Blacksmith at work.

P.45.238          LANDER PIONEER DAY, July 4, 1941.

P.45.239          MAVERICK SPRINGS CAPPED OIL WELL.

P.45.240          FORT WASHAKIE DRUM & BUGLE CORPS AT LANDER PIONEER DAY, JULY 4, 1941.  A) Marjorette: June Hereford (Stagner); Kneeling: ________________; ______________________; _________________; __________________; ___________________________; _________________________; ________________________; ______________________.  Standing: _______________; __________________; ______________________; ___________________; _________________; _____________________; __________________; _____________________; ____________________; _____________________; ___________________________; ______________________; ___________________; ______________________.  G) Kneeling: __________________; ____________________; __________________________.  Standing: ? Sponsor Ed Schenandore; ________________; ______________; _________________; _____________; ______________________; _______________________; __________________; __________________; ____________________; _____________________; ___________________; ________________; __________________; ______________________; __________________; ____________________; _________________________; June Hereford (Stagner); Viola Lajeunesse (Bush).  H) Same as G.  I) Sitting: _________________; ____________________; Billy Thunder; ________________? Compton; Felix Groesbeck; Hiram Armajo; Don Hickey.  Standing: _______________; _______________; John Aragon; Victor Hereford; Bill Hickey; Chris Goggles; ? Felix Perry; Ed Schenandore, sponsor.  K) _________________; ____________________; _____________________; __________________; ________________; _______________.  N) Same as A

P.45.241          WINDOW ROCK AGENCY - copy.  WINTER VIEW OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, FEBRUARY 1938.

P.45.242          WINDOW ROCK AGENCY - copy.  NAVAJO TRIBAL COUNCIL HOUSE, SUMMER 1937.

P.45.243          WINDOW ROCK AGENCY - copy.  GENERAL VIEW OF WINDOW ROCK COLONY FROM CLIFF TO SOUTHEAST, SUMMER 1937.

P.45.244          WINDOW ROCK AGENCY - copy.  WINTER SCENE SHOWING CORNER OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDING.

P.45.245          WINDOW ROCK AGENCY - copy.  General view of agency grounds through arch of Window Rock.  Administration Building in foreground.  Employees Club Building directly past Administration Building.  Corner of Navajo Tribal Council House to right of Administration Building.  Spring 1937.

P.45.246          NA

P.45.247          WINDOW ROCK AGENCY - copy.  Administration Building with Window Rock above.  Spring 1937.

P.45.248          WINDOW ROCK AGENCY - copy.  EMPLOYEES CLUB BUILDING AT TIME OF CONSTRUCTION OF ADDITION.  RESIDENCE BUILDINGS IN BACKGROUND.  DECEMBER 1937.

P.45.249          WINDOW ROCK AGENCY - copy.  VIEW OF WINDOW ROCK FROM TOP OF WINDOW ROCK ARCH.  ADMINISTRATION BUILDING IN FOREGROUND.  TRIBAL COUNCIL HOUSE AT RIGHT.  EMPLOYEES CLUB AT LEFT WITH SMOKE STACK OF POWER HOUSE BEYOND.

P.45.250          ALONZO MOSS WHEN A YOUNG MAN (COPY).

P.45.251          ST. LAWRENCE BASIN AND VICINITY.

P.45.252          PANORAMIC VIEW OF COOP AREA.

P.45.253          MEMORIAL DAY, 1938.  Plaids & tams were uniforms of Rev. Roberts' Shoshone Mission School.  B) ?Dick Washakie, sitting in center.  C) Same as B.

P.45.254          LANDER PIONEER DAYS, JULY 4, 1938.  Float and other scenes.

P.45.255          GROUP OF OLDER ARAPAHOES AND SUPERINTENDENT STONE.  1935-1938.  A) Joe Brown; Dominic Oldman; Supt. Forrest R. Stone; Yellow Calf; Jerome Oldman; Tom Spoonhunter; Jim Brown; Aloysius Goes-In-Lodge, behind; Nell Felter Scott; Robert Friday; ? Henry Snake/ Gunnison; Charles Little Ant/Little.  B) Kneeling: Joe Brown; Dominic Oldman.  Standing: John Yellowplume; Supt. Stone; Yellow Calf; Jerome Oldman; Tom Spoonhunter; Jim Brown; Aloysius Goes-In-Lodge; Nellie Scott; Robert Friday; Henry Snake; Charles Little Ant.

P.45.256          DINWOODIE DAM.

P.45.257          DIVERSION CANAL AND BRIDGE.

P.45.258          MISS DESTER'S DINNER PARTY, DENLER, 3/29/1937.  FROM LEFT: 1) Wyoma Girten; 2) Forrest R. Stone; 3) Mrs. F.R. Stone; 4) Miss Dester; 5) Dean F. Peterson; 6) Dr. Gunn; 7) F.E. MacSpadden; 8) W.E. Spencer; 9) Mrs. Fred Dralle; 10) Fred Dralle; 11) Mrs. Carl Rawie; 12) Carle Rawie; 13) Mrs. MacSpadden; 14) F.R. Rains; 15) Mrs. Rains; 16) Mary N. Bishop.

P.45.259          RIVERTON CANAL.

P.45.260          RODEO & BARBECUE BY SCHOOL CHILDREN - BOY'S RACE.

P.45.261          RODEO & BARBECUE, JUNE 1941, SERVING BARBECUED BEEF.

P.45.262          RODEO & BARBECUE, JUNE 1941 - GIRLS' PONY RACE.

P.45.263          RODEO & BARBECUE, JUNE 1941 - BOYS' RELAY RACE.

P.45.264          NA

P.45.265          NA

P.45.266          ISAAC COANDO, 6/30/1941.

P.45.267          TORREY LAKE, 6/29/1941.

P.45.268          SHOP BOYS WORKING.  A)__________________________; ____________________________; ? Rupert Weeks; _____________; ____________; _____________; _____________; ________________; .  B) ? Rupert Weeks, fifth from left.

P.45.269          SHOP MEN BUILDING HOME AT SCHOOL.  A) in doorway: Buddy Large.  On top railing: ______________; Phillip "Buggs" Hurtado; _______________? Hanway; ________________, behind; ______________________; Frank Martel, sitting in window; ____________________; __________________.  B) _________________________; ______________________; __________________________.  C) ____________________; _______________________; ______________________.

P.45.270          DIPLOMA OF VIRGINIA MILLER – PHOTOSTAT.  Diploma dated January 1935.

P.45.271          RAY CRAMER, HAZEL HARRIS, PORTRAITS.  Realty Office, Wind River Agency.

P.45.272          MAGPIE TRAP.

P.45.273          ARAPAHOE CANNING FACTORY & WORKERS.  The Arapahoe Cooperative Canning Factory Association, located at Arapahoe, began in 1935-6 when about 100 members of the Arapaho Tribe individually borrowed money from the Farm Security Administration, pooled these funds, and formed a cooperative association owned by the Indian stockholders.  The cannery provided both employment and a market for vegetables raised in the large reservation gardens.  Finished products were shipped to Indian installations throughout the U.S., and to marketing outlets.  Destroyed by fire in 1940.  A) Workers in front of old school building, down by old railroad bridge.  Side to Front: ___________________; ?Paul Sleeping Bear/ Harris; _______________________, behind; Pearl Miller Posey; Lucy Reed Waterman, in blanket; child _______________; Washakie or Eva Haas; Susie Goodman Addison, behind; ?Edith Spoonhunter Collins; Jim Large, in back; Mae Arthur; ?Dorothy Jenkins Brown, behind; Patsy Bell (Dodge), in plaid; Mary Katherine Behan (Whiteman); Mary Elise Blackburn Arthur; child, behind; Andrew Brown, in cap; ? Eva Mae Goggles (Whiteman)(Yellow Hair); Verna Large (Hurtado); Dominic Oldman, behind; Vincent Brown, in light hat; T. Joe Duran, front; Melvin Jeffreys; ?Joe Cole Bearing; Ernest Posey Sr.; Mike Goggles Sr, front; John "Tom" Hunsberger; Ernest Whiteman; Lawrence Little Ant; Alonzo Moss, in cap & dark glasses; Judge Jim Brown, behind in hat; James Spoonhunter; Dan Oldman; Anthony White; ?Aaron Willow; Ralph Piper or Tom C'Hair; Tom Spoonhunter; Richard Friday; Scott Dewey, in cap and tie; Gregory Blackburn or Chris Bell; Russell Pankey; ___________________; Supt. Forrest Stone.    On Steps: Garfield Wolf, in black hat; Paul Hanway, in white shirt & tie; Charlie Bell; J.K. Moore; Tom Shakespeare Sr.; John Pop, hatless; Jess Chamberlin, in cap; ?F.E. McSpadden; ?Andrew Jackson; _________________________; Mike Willow or Tommy Brown; David Headley, in cap & tie; William "Bill Cole" Bearing, with pipe; __________________; Ernest Sun Rhodes Sr.  B)  F)  G) Ernest Posey  H) Victoria Warren (Monroe) (Arthur); Jean Duran (Whiteplume);

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P.45.274          CANNING CLASS – ARAPAHOE.  A) Pearl "Seii3o'ox" Lajeunesse Miller Posey; Judith Cole Bell, Charlie's wife; Lucy Reed Waterman; Mary Elizabeth "Frances" Behan Moss; Hazel Portwood Hall; ?Bernice Brown.  1930s

P.45.275          LAW & ORDER PERSONNEL.  A) Dominic Oldman, police; John McAdams, judge; ______________________Mueller; _____________________; James L. Brown, judge; Tennyson "Tennis" Brown, police.  B) James L. Brown, judge; Mr. Mueller; John McAdams, judge.  C) Tennyson "Tennis" Brown; Jim Compton; Fred Dralle; Dominic Oldman.

P.45.276          DEER CARCASSES IN STORAGE.  EMERGENCY RELIEF, FT. WASHAKIE.  1930s.  B) Charles F. "Charlie" Boyd, security guard.  C) Same as C.

P.45.277          HOME EC STYLE SHOW.  A) Small children in front: ___________________________ ? Aragon; ?Forrest Rains; __________________? Aragon.  Older Girls: Dorothy Tappay (Allen); Nanny Ute (Brown); _________________; Isabel Tindall (Wesaw); _________________; Alvena Wagon (Teton); Wyoma Girten (Meade); Alice Barney (Hill), wearing necklace; Lucinda "Susie" Aragon; Martha Norman (Pratt), in white dress; Maude St. Clair (Jorgenson); Pauline Chavez (Pacheco), in print dress; Teresa Goggles (Palmer); ?Winnie Tindall; Linda Aragon (Romero)(__________); Lula Large (Wait)(Juneau), in front; Eunice Weed (Osborne); Ione Isis (Wadda).  B) ________________________; ?Forrest Rains; ______________? Aragon; Ellen "Julia" Aragon (Smith).

P.45.278          SHOSHONE TRIBAL CEMETERY.  Reverend John Roberts, 1930s.  B) Rev. John Roberts, Episcopal missionary, standing in center.

P.45.279          ARAPAHOE COMMUNITY CAMP.  A) Cook shack, second from left; ?Gladys Hickey Lahoe cooked for many WPA camps.

P.45.280          SOIL EROSION CAMP – ETHETE.  A) Big Horn Draw; driving off horses, putting up drift fences, etc.

P.45.281          NA

P.45.282          HAYING OPERATION near Ft. Washakie Government School; threshing machines (Unidentified).  A) boy's old dormitory visible behind.  B) old Ft. Washakie Catholic Church behind.

P.45.283          SOIL EROSION BANQUET, in dining room at Ft. Washakie Government School; Soil Conservation personnel from various agencies came to tour the local projects.  A) back row: _____________; __________________; Frank Fox; _______________.  Fred Stagner, framed by draperies.  Second Table, facing camera: _______________, in glasses; __________________; ______________________; _________________; Second Table, backs to camera:  Third Table, left side:  Third Table, against wall:

P.45.284          ARAPAHO-SHOSHONE INDIAN COUNCIL, Ft. Washakie, WYO.  1935.  A) Back Row: Forrest R. Stone, agency superintendent; Shoshone Council Members Charles "Dee" Driskell; Irene Kinnear Mead; Charlie Washakie; Gilbert Day; Wallace St. Clair; William Aragon Sr.  Front Row: Arapaho council members Robert "Tebno'hoe" Friday; Charles "Wookuunehe" Whiteman; Mike "Nii'eihiibe'ehei" Goggles Sr.; Henry Lee "Biixowoxhoox" Tyler; Alonzo "Bo'ooceiibiis" Moss; Thomas "Woxhooxnookei" Crispin.

P.45.285          4-H Club Day, a major event held annually at the Government School.  Judges examined the individual gardens, livestock projects, etc., and awarded prizes.  4-H on the reservation was started by Extension Agent John Pop.

P.45.286          4-H Club Day  A) ?Frank Lambert, boss farmer; ?Jerome Wise; Douglas Murdock; Ione Lajeunesse (Fitzwilliams), in front; _____________; John McKeg, Extension Agent, behind James "Bite-sey" Large, in center (tall boy wearing dark shirt & light hat); _____________, in cap; Sherman Sage, wearing braids and tall hat; ____________________; Laura Mae Shakespeare (Gould), wearing headband and dark tie; John Pop, Extension Agent; ?Fred Mann, on horse.

P.45.287          4-H Club Day.

P.45.288          4-H Club Day.  A) Men and boys sitting in front: General Crook "Rising Buffalo" Norse, in dark shirt and tall hat; ____________, in front; ______________, in coveralls; Frank Cole, wearing vest and tall hat; ?Starr Weed, hand to face; ?Charles Nipwater; Joe Headley; ____________McAdams, in back center front; __________________; Hurtado, in plaid cap; _______________, facing left; ?Buddy Large; ?Jess Sitting Eagle, in front; __________________, in braids and cap; ___________________; ?Elk Redman, man in white shirt and light hat; ______________, in black hat.  ________________, dark sweater; Gloria Isis (Wadda)(Phillips), white dress with arms folded.  Middle Group, Standing: __________________, in sweater and skirt; John McKeg, bow tie; ?Douglas Murdock, white shirt & tie; _______________, in cap; _________________, black hat; ________________, in print dress and sweater, to right of steps; Victoria Warren (Arthur)(Brown), white dress; Verna Large (Hurtado), dark dress; _______________; Ione Lajeunesse (Fitzwilliams), light ruffle; ____________, in front; Teresa Hereford (Prather)(Rood), smiling; June Hereford (Stagner), plaid dress & dark tie; ____________________, head turned; ____________________;  Standing on Porch: Frank Lambert, left center, in hat & bow tie; ____________________; ____________________; ________________, in striped tie.  Josephine LeClair Boyd, to right of post, smiling with arms crossed.

P.45.289          4-H Club Day, Old Boarding School; Left to right - Government School, Mess Hall, and Boys' Dorm.

P.45.290          4-H Club Picnic.  B) Government School Gymnasium and ?part of Girls' Dormitory.

P.45.291          4-H Club Picnic.

P.45.292          ATTA LOA, C.F. FARIS, MRS. BURTON.  A) Atta Loa (?Schenandore).  B) Atta Loa.  c) Atta Loa; C.F. Faris; Mrs. Burton (printed backwards on contact sheet).  d) same as C.  e) same as C.  f) same as C.

P.45.293          NA.

P.45.294          ANGELA BROWN, FRANKLIN MARTEL, NANNIE & LUCILLE UTE (printed backwards on contact sheet).  A) Left - Angela Brown; Center - Nannie Ute; Right - Lucille Ute.  B) Franklin Martel.  C) Stacking wool.

P.45.295          WATER-WELL - MAVERICK SPRINGS.

P.45.296          MAVERICK SPRINGS OIL RIG.

P.45.297          MAVERICK SPRINGS CAPPED OIL WELL.

P.45.298          MAVERICK SPRINGS - HOT SPRINGS.  Spouting hot springs.

P.45.299          MAVERICK SPRINGS - Dismantled tank sites.

P.45.300          MAVERICK SPRINGS - Abandoned oil well.

P.45.301          OIL WELLS  - MAVERICK SPRINGS.  Lonnie McAdams.

P.45.302          MAVERICK SPRINGS - TEXACO OIL CAMP - 1930's.

P.45.303          MAVERICK SPRINGS - OIL SEEPAGE CREEK.

P.45.304          MAVERICK SPRINGS OIL FIELD.

P.45.305          ST. MICHAEL'S MISSION, Epsicopal Mission to the Arapahos; established in 1913 by Bishop Nathaniel Thomas near Bridgeport/ Ethete, on land bough from Yellow Calf & Seth Willow; included boarding school, farm, tribal cooperative store, etc.  A. far left: log residence of Adeline Ross, know as Ross Hall, still in use as of 1983; Faith Hall Gymnasium, still standing in 1983 but not in use; outhouse; coalhouse/laundry/washhouse; St. Martin's Hall (Unit #4) with two fire escape 'silos'; boy's dormitory/ classrooms; teepees for display, Boy Scout outings, & Wyoming Church Youth Camp.  Note mowed hayfield in foreground.  B. St. Martin's Hall: Boy's dormitory on top floor, classrooms toward front, dining room in middle, kitchen at end.  Built in 1918, burned 1953.  C. Back views of: Coolidge House, guest house donated by Rev. Sherman Coolidge's widow in 1939, still in use in 1983; St. Martin's Hall; Our Father's House, (church); St. Phoebe's Cottage (Unit #1), girl's dormitory, then vicarage until 1983 (frame addition no longer exists).  D. Same as C.  E. St. Phoebe's Cottage (Unit #1) on left; Our Father's House on right, moved twice previously, still in use.  F. St. Martin's Hall in background; group of boys: ___________; (?) Shannon Brown; group of 5 girls on right: __________________, (______________________), Shirley Birdtail (Snyder), Lillian Oldman (Chavez), Brigette Friday (Trosper), _______________________( __).  G. Interior of Ethete Cooperative Association Store, formerly the Mission Trading Store.  H. Same as G.  I. Mission boarding school's industrial department - blacksmith shop and carpentry shop; employees' personal storage area in center (present post-office); Ethete Co-operative Association, Inc., Store and Post-Office (present parish hall); next building (?) Unit #3, girls' dormitory.  (?) Bradford Hastings walking across central "circle".  J. East side of "Circle" : St. Martha's (Unit #2) girls' dormitory cottage, presently Ethete Cultural Museum; Faith Hall Gymnasium; Natalie Mae Cottage (Unit #5), girls' dormitory.  K. Same as B.

P.45.306          GYMNASIUM - ST. MICHAEL'S MISSION.  A. Faith Hall.  B. Faith Hall.

P.45.307          SOUTH FORK DAM, on South fork of Little Wind River, forming Washakie Reservoir (see also 512A).  A. South Fork Dam.  B. Washakie Reservoir.

P.45.308          SOUTH FORK DAM & POND.

P.45.309          SOUTH FORK -LAKE ABOVE DAM.

P.45.310          PILOT BUTTE OIL FIELD.

P.45.311          BULL LAKE.

P.45.312          BULL LAKE CREEK & BRIDGE.

P.45.313          BULL LAKE  - HEADWATERS.

P.45.314          BULL LAKE - UPPER CANYON.

P.45.315          DINWOODIE CREEK - UPPER FALLS.

P.45.316          DINWOODIE CANYON VIEWS.

P.45.317          DINWOODIE CAVES.  H. Soil & Moisture.  I. Fred Peche, range aide.  J.  K.

P.45.318          NA.

P.45.319          BEN FRIDAY HOME.  A. Cousin Richard Friday; brother-in-law Sherman Welsh; Ben Friday, Sr.; wife Maggie Richards Topsper Friday.

P.45.320          LLOYD GOGGLES HOME.  A. Lloyd Goggles.

P.45.321          JOHN BUCKMAN HOME.  A. (?) children of homeowner ______________________________; ____________________________________; John Buckman.

P.45.322          SHERMAN HEREFORD HOME (?property?).  A. Sherman Hereford; probably standing in front of Ft. Washakie School.

P.45.323          NA.

P.45.324          ANDREW BROWN HOME.  A. Andrew Brown.

P.45.325          BASIL WHITE HAIR HOME.  A. wife Bertie Wolfrang White Hair/ Harris.

P.45.326          JOHN GOGGLES HOME.  A. wife Agnes Crispin Goggles.

P.45.327          HARRY SHAKESPEARE HOME.  A. Son Crawford Shakespeare; daughter Angela Shakespeare (Walker); wife Annie Armajo Shakespeare; Harry Shakespeare.

P.45.328          ADAM SHAKESPEARE HOME.  A. Son Adam Shakespeare, Jr.; Adam Shakespeare, Sr.; son Ed Morrow/ Norman "Turk" Shakespeare; wife Julia "Elsie" Headley Shakespeare; holding son George Shakespeare.

P.45.329          ROBERT FRIDAY HOME.  A. Robert Friday.

P.45.330          ROBERT SHOTGUN HOME.  A. Robert Shotgun.

P.45.331          WILLIAM WHITEPLUME HOME.  A. William White Plume; daughter Lorraine White Plume (Trenholm); wife Lucy Crispin Whiteplume.

P.45.332          WILLIAM THUNDER HOME.  A. Wife Cleone Iron Bearing Thunder; Son Richard "Dickie" Thunder.

P.45.333          CAREY SHOTGUN HOME.  A. Carey Shotgun; granddaughter Stella Antelope (    ); granddaughter? Frances Antelope (  ); grandson Howard White Antelope/Antelope; George White Antelope/ Antelope

P.45.334          SAMUEL FRIDAY HOME.  A. wife Cecilia Wolfrang Friday; Sam Friday.

P.45.335          ADOLPH ARMAJO HOME.  A. wife Edith Whiteplume Armajo; son Thomas Armajo.

P.45.336          ROBERT SUN RHODES HOME.  A. Robert "Rabit" "Nooku" Sun Rhodes, Sr.

P.45.337          GEORGE QUIVER HOME.  A. wife Alberta Welsh Quiver; other family member Margaret Amos Trosper.

P.45.338          NICK QUIVER HOME.  A. wife Alice Spoonhunter Quiver; sons.

P.45.339          FRANK AMOS HOME.  A. Frank Amos.

P.45.340          ARAPAHO HOMES - BRIDGEPORT (Ethete).  A. note old dance hall in center; Zoe Friday's house to left.

P.45.341          CROMWELL IRON & BONIFACE BROWN HOMES.  A. Cromwell "Cromer" Iron; wife Maggie Tyler Iron.  B.

P.45.342          MAURICE WHITEPLUME HOME.  A. Maurice Whiteplume; granddaughter ___________________.

P.45.343          GEORGE ANTELOPE HOME.  A. (?) Cheyenne man "Powder Face"; George White Antelope/Antelope; grandchildren Aloysius "Al" Piper, in front; Dan Piper, in cap; ? Raymond Piper; Howard Antelope.

P.45.344          PETE LONE BEAR HOME.  A. grandson Herman Willow; son Leo "Skinny" Lone Bear/ Brown; Pete "Old Face" Lone Bear.

P.45.345          JOHN SHOTGUN HOME.  A. John Shotgun.

P.45.346          SIDNEY WILLOW HOME.  A. Sidney Willow; _______________________; wife Bolinda Shakespeare Willow.

P.45.347          BILL BUCKMAN HOME.  A. Bill Buckman; son __________________ Buckman; wife Ruth Whiteplume Buckman holding ________________________________.

P.45.348          OSCAR GRASSHOPPER HOME.  A. Oscar Grasshopper.

P.45.349          LENA BROWN HOME.  A. ne Odetta Brown Antelope; Robert "Bobbie" Antelope, Jr.; mother Kathleen Littleshield Brown Beexooye [Gros Ventre].

P.45.350          BETTY ARMOUR HOME.  A. (?) daughter ________________; Betty Friday Armour; ? Daughter-in-law Adeline Martel Armour; holding other family member _________________________.

P.45.351          HARRY FRIDAY HOME.  A. Harry Friday.

P.45.352          VERNON ARMOUR HOME.  A. wife Adeline Martel Armour; Vernon "Bernie" Armour; holding (?) son _____________________.

P.45.353          MARTIN ARMOUR HOME.  A. wife Anastasia Sleeping Bear/ Harris Armour; daughter ______________________ (____________________); Martin Armour.

P.45.354          OTTO HUNGARY HOME.  A. Otto Hungary; wife Fatima Iron Hungary.

P.45.355          JOHN & LEONA BRADFORD HOME.  A. wife Leona "Edna" _____________ Bradford; John Bradford.

P.45.356          NA.

P.45.357          NA.

P.45.358          MARIE LEBEAU HOME.  A. Marie Padia LeBeau; husband Ted LeBeau (Sioux).

P.45.359          NA.

P.45.360          NA.

P.45.361          CHARLES NIPWATER.  A. Charles Nipwater.  B. Charles Nipwater, (?) grandson __________________________.

P.45.362          NA.

P.45.363          NA.

P.45.364          ZEBULON TAYLOR & WIFE IVA TAYLOR HOME.  A. Zebulon Taylor; wife Iva St. Clair Taylor.  B. Same as A.

P.45.365          FINN ST. CLAIR HOME.  A. Finn St. Clair.

P.45.366          WHITE ST. CLAIR, JR - FOUNDATION OF HOME IN BACKGROUND.  A. White St. Clair, Jr.

P.45.367          BEN SNYDER HOME.  A. Ben Snyder, standing in front of house he and Edmo "Bud" LeClair built.

P.45.368          PANORAMIC VIEW OF GOVERNMENT DAY SCHOOL - 1939 (at site of present Ft. Washakie Elementary School, between Ethete and Ft. Washakie).  A. Looking west: nurses' quarters on left; superintendent's house on right.  B. Looking west: superintendent's house; teachers' quarters; library/high school.  C. Looking north: library/ high school building; old gymnasium; main office/ classrooms/ teachers' quarters (cafeteria & main offices in 1983).  D. Looking north: main office/ classrooms.  teachers' quaters building; teachers quaters/ dining room; classroom building with fire escape "silos", previously a dormitory for boarding school students.  E. Dairy buildings.

P.45.369          WATER IN BASEMENT OF PRINCIPAL'S COTTAGE – 1939.  A. Principal Floyd O. Rains.  B. Floyd Rains.  C.  D.

P.45.370          FURNITURE DAMAGED BY WATER IN BASEMENT OF PRINCIPAL'S COTTAGE, 1939.

P.45.371          LEVELING LAND AT SCHOOL FARM FILLING IN BARROW PITS ON OLD HIGHWAY.

P.45.372          PREPARING LAND - SCHOOL FARM – 1939.

P.45.373          BARBECUE AT SCHOOL, government day school.  A.  B.  C. Ben Perry in left foreground, white hat and shirt;

P.45.374          CONSTRUCTION OF CESSPOOL AT SCHOOL.

P.45.375          VIEW OF GIRLS' CAMP - MOSQUITO PARK – 1937.

P.45.376          VIEW OF GIRLS' CAMP - MOSQUITO PARK – 1937.

P.45.377          CAMPFIRE CENTER - GIRLS' CAMP MOSQUITO PARK – 1937.

P.45.378          DINING ROOM - GIRLS CAMP - MOSQUITO PARK – 1937.

P.45.379          NA.

P.45.380          SERVING LUNCH - PICNIC AT GIRLS' CAMP – 1938.

P.45.381          SOFTBALL - GIRLS CAMP – 1938.

P.45.382          SOFTBALL AT GIRLS' CAMP – 1938.

P.45.383          FRANK ENOS - pipe-fitting (Andy Hawks, steam fitter from Rock Springs, WY).

P.45.384          MRS. DAVIS, 1939.  A. Mrs. _____________ Davis.

P.45.385          LOUIS BREUNINGER & PEGGY MARTIN, printed backwards on contact sheet; 1939.  A. Louis Breuninger, ______________________; Miss Peggy Martin, Secretary.  B. Same as A

P.45.386          JOE DIDDOCK, 1939.  A. Joe Diddock

P.45.387          RAYMOND CRAMER, 1939.  A. Raymond Cramer.

P.45.388          HARLOW BURT, 1939.  A. Harlow E. Burt, Chief Clerk (BIA Administrative Officer).

P.45.389          FRANCES WALLACE, JANUARY 1939.  A. Frances Jones Wallace, BIA Superintendent's Secretary.  B. same as A.  C. same as A.  D. same as A.

P.45.390          STEPHEN SMITH, 1939.  A. Stephen Smith.

P.45.391          FRANK GORDON PRESENTING CHECK.  A. Frank Gordon, _______________; Quentin "Gonaweeyou" "Skinny Needle" Quay, survivor of the Rosebud Battle, highly decorated.

P.45.392          IRRIGATION OFFICE - WIND RIVER.

P.45.393          THEODORE HAILEY.  A. Theodore "Ted" Hailey.  B. same as A.

P.45.394          ALFRED PORTWOOD.  A. Alfred "Sonny" Portwood.

P.45.395          JOE DURAN.  A. Thomas "Joe" Duran.

P.45.396          NELL SCOTT, ARAPAHO TRIBAL COUNCIL MEMBER, 1937-1952, 1955-1958, 1961-1964, 1967-1968.  A. Mrs. Nell "Nellie" Scott, daughter of Julie Felter Burns Weilaudt Hereford.  B. same as A.  C. same as A.

P.45.397          NA.

P.45.398          ROY LARGE – PORTRAIT.  A. Roy Large.  B. same as A.  C. Roy Large.  D. same as C.

P.45.399          CHARLES MURRAY.  A. Charles "Chuck" Murray.  B. same as A.

P.45.400          WHITE ST. CLAIR.  A. White St. Clair, Sr.  B. same as A.

P.45.401          STONEHEAD ON CROWHEART BUTTE.

P.45.402          BALANCED ROCK ON CROWHEART BUTTE – 1936.

P.45.403          VIEW FROM CROWHEART BUTTE.  A.

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P.45.404          CROWHEART BUTTE.  A. c. 1936.

P.45.405          MONUMENT ON CROWHEART BUTTE.

P.45.406          CROWHEART TOWNSITE - 1930s.

P.45.407          TROUT CREEK CANYON.

P.45.408          TROUT CREEK ROAD.  A. Road to sawmill.  B. Road to sawmill.

P.45.409          TABLET TO BISHOP RANDALL ON OLD LOG CHURCH IN SHOSHONE CEMETERY.

P.45.410          ST. STEPHENS MISSION.

P.45.411          OLD STONE BLOCK HOUSE AT WIND RIVER - BUILT 1870.  A. Wind River Narrative Report - July 1, 1936 to June 30, 1938 - Old stone block house at Shoshone Agency.  Used by agency employees for refuge when agency was attacked by hostile Indians, 1872-1876.  The original building had a dirt roof making it impervious to the Indian fire arrows.  A 3-months supply of food was always kept in the building, and there was a well of good drinking water within the walls.  The Indians were never able to capture it, nor set it afire, and many of the hostiles were killed by firing through the loop-holes which may be seen in the walls.

P.45.412          ST. STEPHENS MISSION, Catholic mission to the Arapahos; established in 1884 by Jesuit Father John Jutz; boarding school in 1888, staffed by Franciscan nuns.  A. Classrooms/ boys' dormitory/ Jesuits' quarters, built by Sioux workers in ______________; offices, post office, gift shop, classrooms.  B. same building as A.

P.45.413          ARAPAHOE TOWNSITE - 1930s.  B. Birdseye view of Arapahoe, Wyoming.

P.45.414          SOUTH FORK CANYON - UPPER PORTION.

P.45.415          OLD FOLKS' CABINS AT ARAPAHOE - AUGUST 19, 1938.  C. Standing in front of laundry house.

P.45.416          CHAIR IN SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE.

P.45.417          GIANT COTTONWOOD ON BIG WIND RIVER.  A. WYOMING – 1936.

P.45.418          DAN BOYD - FOREST RANGER - ON HORSEBACK.  A. Daniel Aloysius Boyd.

P.45.419          MEETING OF HEADS OF DIVISIONS (SEE ALSO #66, 147, 155).  A. _______________, with pipe; Vince Himmler; Jack Stenburg, CCC-ID; Dr. W. Gunn, Health; (?) Bill Hamilton, behind; ______________________, leaning forward; Paul Hines, in glasses at end of table; ______________________, center; Fred Dralle, Law & Order, in dark suit and tie; Jim McWhinnie, _________________; ? Carl Magnuson, leaning forward; Allen Space, Roads Engineer.  B. Same as A, but from opposite end of table.

P.45.420          PORTRAIT OF CHIEF WASHAKIE.

P.45.421          DENNISON RANCH - EAST FORK, BIG WIND RIVER.

P.45.422          DINWOODIE CANYON - MUD LAKE & BLUFFS.

P.45.423          CROWHEART BUTTE - MARKER ON HIGHWAY 287.

P.45.424          NA.

P.45.425          NA.

P.45.426          RODEO AT FT. WASHAKIE, JULY 31, 1941.  H. Fred Dralle leading Indian parade at rodeo - Ft. Washakie, July 31, 1941.  I. Bareback hose race - Indian rodeo at Ft. Washakie, July 31, 1941.  J. Parade of Indian girls at rodeo.  Ft. Washakie, July 31, 1941.

P.45.427          MARKER AT SITE OF OFFICE & HOME OF ESTHER MORRIS AT SOUTH PASS CITY, AUGUST 24, 1941.

P.45.428          NA.

P.45.429          LOUIS LAKE, AUGUST 24, 1941.

P.45.430          ISAAC BELL HOME, 1930s - Winnie Shotgun (Incorrect: see also 60A).  A. Frank Iceman/ C'Hair; mother Frannie Yellow Moccasin C'Hair.

P.45.431          TRANSFERRED TO #57B.

P.45.432          PADLOCK RANCH - INTERIOR OF RANCH HOUSE.

P.45.433          VIEWS OF PADLOCK RANCH.

P.45.434          WELL NO. 1, OHIO OIL CO. - MAVERICK SPRINGS, 1930's.

P.45.435          OILING AGENCY STREETS.

P.45.436          SHEEPHERDER AT OWL CREEK, for Rachou.  A. Pete "Injun Pete" "Bingo" Silas; danced in Shoshone Sundance.  B. same as A.  C. same as A.

P.45.437          BULL AT GOVT. SCHOOL.

P.45.438          MINNIE BOYD - PORTRAIT (Incorrect).  A. Josephine LeClair Boyd, Minie LeClaire Boyd's younger sister.  B. Josephine LeClair Boyd.

P.45.439          INDIAN HOMES.

P.45.440          TRADERS' STORES AT FT. WASHAKIE.  A. FAR LEFT: __________________________; two-story white Nurses' Quarters (Supt's house in a previous location); hospital barely shows behind car; log Ft. Washakie Trading Post (torn down in        ); personnel garages and forestry building in background (formerly cavalry barn); blacksmith shop, stone bldg. far right.  B. Barely visible in far left background: Ft. Washakie School; log residence; blacksmith shop in brick building, minus earlier frame addition; General Mercantile and post office.  C. Blacksmith shop; Mercantile & post office; BIA's Wind River Agency Campus at Ft. Washakie location; Nurses Quarters; old hospital (present clinic), barely visible behind.

P.45.441          ALEC STEWART'S STORE & BUILDINGS.  A.  B.  C.  D.  E. Gambling hall, in center foreground.

P.45.442          INDIAN SHEEP - LIVESTOCK ASSOCIATION – EXTENSION.  A.  B.  C. Sage "Be-say-chee" Wetchie; brother Percy "Na-ron-it-chien" Wetchie.  D.  E.  F. Sheepwagon.  G. Arlo Amos.  H. Cyrus "Wy-dah" Shongutsie; (?) Deborah "Poe-hi-pe" Kagevah Ute Trehero; (?) granddaughter Ina Wesaw (Weed); ____________________________.  I. (?) Frank Amos.  J. (?) Cyrus Shongutsie.  K. (?) Deborah Trehero; (?) granddaughter Ina Wesaw (Weed); _____________________________; Cyrus Shongutsie.  L.  M.  N.  O. Harry Shakespeare; father George Shakespeare.  P.  Q.  R. (?) Eva Brown Hill Chinjay.  S.  t.

P.45.443          IRTENSE ENOS - PORTRAIT, JANUARY 1939.  A. Irtense Large Enos.

P.45.444          WILLIAM ARAGON, SR. - COPIES: Shoshone Council member 1933-1936.  A. (?) Gilbert Day; William Aragon, Sr.; Wallace St. Clair; B. Charlie Washakie; (?) Gilbert Day; William Aragon, Sr.; Wallace St. Clair.  C. _______________________________: William "Bill" Aragon, Sr.; ______________________________.

P.45.445          ROADS CATERPILLAR MIRED DOWN.  A. "Broken-back 65" being inspected by Lawrence "Larry" Keiss.  B. Lawrence Keiss with caterpillar.

P.45.446          MARY NILES IN STAND AT HOT SPRINGS (See also #88).  A. Mrs. Niles at Ft. Washakie Hot Springs.

P.45.447          ARAPAHO HOMES – ETHETE.

P.45.448          OLD FOLKS' HOMES – ETHETE.

P.45.449          RAY SHONGUTSIE HORSE AFTER COLLISION.

P.45.450          NA.

P.45.451          JIM COMPTON TEAM & SADDLE HORSE.

P.45.452          RAYMOND HARRIS CAR AFTER COLLISION.

P.45.453          ROADS DIVISION PERSONNEL (see also #66, 147).  A. (?) Jack Stenburg, projects engineer; Donald F. Reed, roads supervisor; Theodore "Ted" Hailey, _________________; ___________________; (?) Cornelius "Nealie" Driskill.

P.45.454          BLOCK HOUSE - WIND RIVER (See #411); still standing.

P.45.455          ETHETE CO-OPERATIVE AREA SCENES.

P.45.456          COUNCIL MEMBERS AT MAVERICK SPRINGS, JUNE 7, 1938; probably connected with local visit by Ass't Secretary of the Interior Chapman (see #140).  a. Arapaho tribal council members: John Goggles; _____________________, partially hidden; Charlie Whiteman; Robert Friday; Nell Scott.  Man in center, possibly Ass't Sec. Oscar Chapman.  Shoshone tribal council members: Gilbert Day, Ben Perry, in white shirt & tie; Bill McAdams, _____________; behind; (?) Frank Enos, in jacket and light hat; Charlie Washakie; Robert "Bob" Harris, kneeling hatless; Lynn St. Clair, in cap.  b. same as a.  c. reverse of a.

P.45.457          ALFRED McADAMS HORSES.  A. (?) __________ Lewis, who brought FL thoroughbreds down from Montana; horse Tony.  B. Alfred "Dutch" McAdams.  C.  D. Alfred "Dutch" McAdams.  E.  F. (?) Lewis.  G. (?) Lewis.

P.45.458          NA.

P.45.459          NA.

P.45.460          NA.

P.45.461          NA.

P.45.462          CONSTRUCTION OF BLOCK BUILDING AT SCHOOL (FT. WASHAKIE).  A. Note dairy barn.  E. Using block compressor to make blocks from soil.  F. Same as "E".

P.45.463          VIEWS OF AGENCY CAMPUS FROM IN FRONT OF MARKLEY'S STORE (see also #113-139).

P.45.464          RODEO 1940.  A.  B.  C.  D.  E.  F. leading, far right: Cyrus Shongutsie; ________________; Fred Dralle, riding white horse in center.  G. right foreground: (?) Jack Harris.  H.  I. up in announcer's stand: (?) John Bradford, holding mic; _____________________, standing (?) Margaret Hurtado Glick; (?) Chester Pingree or Fritz Meredith, sitting outside on far right;  middle 2 boys, sitting: (?) ____________________ Overgard; Stanley Burke; bottom: __________________; Reed Allen, behind ladder; John Gavin, James "Bites" Large.

P.45.465          PUMP HOUSE - BURRIS FARM STATION.

P.45.466          LANDER PIONEER DAYS - FOURTH OF JULY 1938.  A.  B.  C. Same man as B, watching Black Horse Troop from Dubois.

P.45.467          NA.

P.45.468          ELIZABETH WADDA & CHILD, 1930s.  A. Elizabeth Washakie Wadda.  B.  C.  D.

P.45.469          AGENCY EMPLOYEES, GROUP OF (see also #155).  A. Kneeling in foreground: Supt. Forrest R. Stone.  Kneeling: (?) Lehi Aoah, ___________________; (?) Frances Jones Wallace; Irene Ward Chingman Wise; ______________________; Stephen Smith; Julie Farlow; Peggy Martin; Miss Davis; Vic Fontenelle.  Standing: Harlow E. Burt; ___________; Ralph Tillman, draftsman; Louis Breuninger; Mrs. Eva Haas; (?) Frank Gordon, behind; ____________________; Ray Cramer; ____________; Bill Thunder, behind; (?) Merle Farlow Gordon; Wallace St. Clair, behind; Hazel Harris.  B.same as A, minus F.R. Stone.  C. same as A minus F.R. Stone.

P.45.470          CHARLIE FELTER & CAR.  A.  B.  C.

P.45.471          RODEO AT FT. WASHAKIE – 1940.

P.45.472          TRIBAL COUNCIL 1903-1904; 1903 TREATY COUNCIL 1904; SHOSHONE AGENCY, WYOMING.  A. Arapahos & Shoshones singing the cession agreement, April 1904.  Front row: Tigee; George Terry; Dick Washakie; Charlie Lahoe; (?) Captain H.G. Nickerson, in cap; Maj. James McLaughlin, center, in bowler; H.E. Wadsworth, light coat; Dr. S.H. Welty, hatless; Yellow Calf, seated; Charlie Meyers, just behind; Edward Wanstall; Reverend Sherman Coolidge; Bad Teeth (Byron Trosper), behind; Seth Mule, bandanna & glasses; _______________, behind; _________________________.  Back row: Ed Martinez, light hat & mustache; __________________; George Harris, white hat; (?) Morris White Plume, in shadows; _________________, beside post; (?) Charlie Washakie, in shadows; F.G. Burnett, dark mustache; Crook Sharp Nose/ Norse, leaning against post; ____________________; _________________; _____________________; _________________.

P.45.473          JAKE HANAN - BARN UNDER CONSTRUCTION.  A. Jake Henan.

P.45.474          NA.

P.45.475          NA.

P.45.476          BEN WHITE PLUME HOME.  A. Ben White Plume.

P.45.477          Transferred to 255B.

P.45.478          NA.

P.45.479          W.P.A. DINNER.

P.45.480          JAMES MONROE HOME.  A. James Monroe; wife Lottie "Seskouut" _____________ Monroe.

P.45.481          STALLION - SCHOOL; Government School.  A.  B. ________________________________; Percheron stallion.  C. same as B.

P.45.482          CONSTRUCTION - EARTHEN-BLOCK HOUSE.  A. ____________________________; Burt Addison.  B.  C.  D.

P.45.483          SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT, 1940 - FT. WASHAKIE (Government School).

P.45.484          NA.

P.45.485          SCHOOL LIVESTOCK.  F. (?) ___________________ Pentilla, (?) manual arts teacher & coach; (see also #546, 144).  G. same as F.  M. same as F.  AA. Same as F.

P.45.486          SCENES AT GOVERNMENT SCHOOL & SOME OF THE BUILDINGS.  Q. (?) daughter _____________________________________; Ed Schenandore.  CC. foreground: (?) Perry Barney, Starr Weed; Irene Large.  LL. John Washakie, ______________ on horse; Dewey Washakie (brother), holding rope.  OO. Jim Compton.  WW. John Washakie.  XX. John Washakie



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