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MS 095 - William A. Petzoldt Lantern Slide Collection

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Primary Creator: Petzoldt, William A.

Extent: 9.0 Boxes

Subjects: Throssel, Richard, -1933

Languages: English

Abstract

These images comprise a collection of lantern-slides created between 1903 and 1925 by the Rev. William A. Petzoldt. The Rev. Petzoldt and his wife Anna lived among the Crow people at Lodge Grass, Montana in order to run a Baptist Mission and a day school for the children.

Collection Historical Note

Reverend William Augustus Petzoldt (1872-1960); Petzoldt worked as a Baptist minister and missionary in Sheridan, Wyoming prior to moving to Lodge Grass in 1903.  In Lodge Grass Rev. Petzoldt and his wife Anna established a mission and day school for native children to attend, thereby allowing them to live with their families while also receiving an ‘white’ education.  Petzoldt photographed many of the residents of the area as part of his efforts to educate the public about the American Indian in the United States of America.

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Throssel, Richard, -1933

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Repository: McCracken Research Library

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P.95.159 White Arm and family sitting on blanket among trees in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “White Arm and family.”  1903-1925. P.95.160 Shows A Fish inside building with hand on wall ledge in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Shows A Fish.”  1903-1925.

P.95.161 Theodore White Mouth standing in front of trees holding book in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Theodore White Mouth.”  1903-1925.

P.95.162 Portrait of Theodore White Mouth.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Theodore White Mouth.”  1903-1925.

P.95.163 Bear Claw standing next to trees holding book in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Bear Claw.”  1903-1925.

P.95.164 Portrait of Henry Russell of Pryor, Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.165 Portrait of Henry Russell of Pryor, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Henry Russell-Pryor.”  1903-1925.

P.95.168 Portrait of Henry Russell of Pryor, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Henry Russell-Pryor.”  1903-1925.

P.95.169 Native woman in wagon with back end of it filled with food and cookery in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Back of wagon was fixed like round up wagon chuck box. We often took food for a month as we were away from home that long.”  1903-1925.

P.95.171 Mrs. Petzoldt standing beside wagon with Native person in wagon and horses in front in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Another view of camp wagon. Mother standing.”  1903-1925.

P.95.172 Horses pulling wagon along ridge in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “No roads much in early days-People followed ‘hog-backs’ across country.”  1903-1925.

P.95.173 Horse pulling wagon along ridge in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.174 Two non-Indian people between wagon and tipi tent in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “’Biddle’ or ‘teepee’ tent for sleeping.”  1903-1925.

P.95.175 Wagons and tents in camp in Montana with person kneeling down in center.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camping with Crow friends.”  1903-1925.

P.95.176 Crow people in camp with tents, wagons, and campfire on Bighorn Mountains in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-A temporary camp-Crow Indians.”  1903-1925.

P.95.177 Crow people in camp with tents, wagons, and campfire on Bighorn Mountains in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camp on top of Big Horn Mts. With Crow friends.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.178 Crow people in camp with tents, wagons, and campfire on Bighorn Mountains in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-A temporary camp-Crow Indians.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.179 Camp with horse, tents, and wagons at Teepee Pole Springs.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camp at Teepee Pole Springs.”  1903-1925.

P.95.180 Camp with horse, tents, and wagons at Teepee Pole Springs.  1903-1925.

P.95.182 Horses and wagon next to tipis and wall tents along river in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.183 People, possibly Petzoldts, and wagons in camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Every night another camp while enroute.”  1903-1925.

P.95.184 Native people in camp with tipis and campfire among trees in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “One of overnight camps enroute.”  1903-1925.

P.95.185 Native people in camp with tipis and campfire among trees in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.186 Mrs. Petzoldt washing clothing in creek in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mrs. Petzoldt with nature’s ‘automatic’ washer.”  1903-1925.

P.95.187 White Arm in wagon pulled by team of four horses crossing river in Wyoming on west side of Bighorn Mountains. Other horses and riders behind him.  Hand written on edge of slide, “White Arm with Main Camp Wagon with group-fording river en route to convention at Basin WY-on other side Big Horn Mts.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.188 White Arm in wagon pulled by team of four horses crossing river in Wyoming, west side of Big Horn Mountains. Other horses and rider behind him.  1903-1925.

P.95.189 Native girls on horses crossing river in Wyoming, west side of Big Horn Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Group of girls fording river on trip over Big Horn Mts. to convention at Basin Wyo.”  1903-1925.

P.95.190 Horses and wagons in camp in Big Horn Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Overnight camp on Big Horns.”  1903-1925.

P.95.191 Native people in camp with tipis and campfire among trees in Big Horn Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camp enroute to a convention in Basin, Wyo.-with a group from our church.”  1903-1925.

P.95.192 View of cliffs in Black Canyon in Big Horn Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Black Canyon is awe inspiring.”  1903-1925.

P.95.193 View of cliffs in Black Canyon in Big Horn Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Black Canyon empties into Big Horn Canyon.”  1903-1925.

P.95.194 View of cliffs in Black Canyon in Big Horn Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Black Canyon is appropriately named-Sun in summer, can’t be seen until 9-10 A.M. and is out of sight around 4 P.M.”  1903-1925.

P.95.195 Indian and non-Indian people with horses and wagons at Three Spring.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Wagons were left at 3 Springs, then camp equip.-loaded on horses for packing into canyon-Petzoldt & Iron Horse families.”  1903-1925.

P.95.196 Indian and non-Indian people with horses and wagons at Three Spring.  1903-1925.

P.95.197 Native people on horses in canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Starting into the canyon.”  1903-1925.

P.95.198 People, wagon, horses in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “It was a long trek to bottom of Canyon.”  1903-1925.

P.95.199 People, wagon, horses in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “At one place on trail there was a rocky drop of several feet.”  1903-1925.

P.95.200 People on horses on trail in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “At one place on trail there was a rocky drop of several feet.”  1903-1925.

P.95.201 People on trail with horses in Black Canyon.  Photographer: Scott and Van Altena  1903-1925.

P.95.202 Native woman on horse leading pack horse with another saddled horse in Black Canyon.  1903-1925.

P.95.203 Native people setting up temporary camp with many horses in area in Black Canyon.  1903-1925.

P.95.204 Person beside tent and wagon near Black Canyon.  1903-1925.

P.95.205 Non-Indian people with horses in Black Canyon.  1903-1925.

P.95.206 Non-Indian people with horses in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “We walked partway.”  1903-1925.

P.95.207 Non-Indian people with horses beside river in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Black Canyon. All white people had to get permit of Supt. At Crow Agency to travel in this area.”  1903-1925.

P.95.208 Two non-Indian people on horses in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Both riders and horses getting tired.”  1903-1925.

P.95.209 People with pack horses in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Almost down-the bed pack is slipping.”  1903-1925.

P.95.210 People on horses on trail in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Finally-down at bottom of Black Canyon.”  1903-1925.

P.95.211 Black Canyon River flowing through Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Black Canyon river is icy, clear & swift.”  1903-1925.

P.95.212 Three people at camp in bottom of Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Permanent camp at valley bottom of Clack Canyon. Mother, I am Mr. Lesh, a friend.”  1903-1925.

P.95.213 Pretty Enemy beside horse dragging tipi poles in Big Horn Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Pretty Enemy moving tipi poles at camp in Big Horns called “Tipi Pole Spring.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.214 Pretty Enemy debarking tipi poles in Bighorn Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Pretty Enemy at Mountain Camp using a draw shave to take bark off pole and get to right dimension.”  1903-1925.

P.95.215 Pretty Enemy debarking tipi poles in Bighorn Mountains.  1903-1925.



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