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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.95.274 Mrs. Banks-Good Heart and other women wearing blankets lined up for Tobacco dance ceremony.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mrs. Banks-Good Heart one of main leaders in Tobacco dance-women-planting seed ceremony.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.275 Women wearing blankets lined up for Tobacco dance ceremony in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Women in dance ceremony at planting of tobacco seed.”  1903-1925.

P.95.276 Native person standing outside ‘Medicine Tipi’ with other tipis in background in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Medicine Tobacco Dance tipi.”  1903-1925.

P.95.277 Native person standing outside ‘Medicine Tipi’ with other tipis in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.278 Henry Russel dancing wearing porcupine roach headdress and bustle in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Henry Russel demonstrating Young Man’s Dance.”  1903-1925.

P.95.279 Henry Russel dancing wearing porcupine roach headdress and bustle in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.280 Henry Russel dancing wearing porcupine roach headdress and bustle in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Henry Russel demonstrating Young Men’s Dance.”  1903-1925.

P.95.281 Henry Russel dancing wearing porcupine roach headdress and bustle in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Young Man’s dance steps. Henry Russel demonstrating.”  1903-1925.

P.95.282 Henry Russel dancing wearing porcupine roach headdress and bustle in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.283 Four young Native men wearing traditional dance regalia in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Left to right-1.Max Big Man 2.? 3.Russel White Bear 4.? Young men dancers typical outfits.”  1903-1925.

P.95.284 Ten Native ‘Mud Dancers’ in traditional regalia in Montana.  Hand written on the edge of slide, “’Mud dancers’ front row 1)Bull all the Time 2)? 3) One Goose 4)Scolds a Bear (back l-r) 1)? 2) Big Sheep 3) Ben Spotted Horse 4)Andrew Wallace 5) Howard Pretty Weasel 6) Ben Hillside.”  1903-1925.

P.95.285 Ten Native ‘Mud Dancers’ in traditional regalia in Montana.  Hand written on the edge of slide, “’Mud dancers’ front row 1)Bull all the Time 2)? 3) One Goose 4)Scolds a Bear (back l-r) 1)? 2) Big Sheep 3) Ben Spotted Horse 4)Andrew Wallace 5) Howard Pretty Weasel 6) Ben Hillside.”  1903-1925.

P.95.286 Crow tipis among trees and horse drinking from Little Bighorn River in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “General Camp-Crow Indian-Winter scene.”  1903-1925.

P.95.287 Crow tipis among trees and horse drinking from Little Bighorn River in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camp scene-Little Horn River.”  1903-1925.

P.95.288 Horses drinking from Little Bighorn River with tipis on edge of river.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Watering horses at Little Horn River-Crow Camp.”  1903-1925.

P.95.289 Horses drinking from Little Bighorn River with tipis on edge of river.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Near view of horses being watered near Crow camp-Little Horn River.”  1903-1925.

P.95.290 Several tipis and wall tents with horses and wagons in Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “General camp at Lodge Grass-mostly tipis-no autos.”  1903-1925.

P.95.291 Several men on horses crossing Little Bighorn River in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Men getting ready for assembling of parade-crossing Little Horn River.”  1903-1925.

P.95.292 Several men on horses crossing Little Bighorn River in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.293 Several Native people on horses with tipis in background and some horses pulling tipi poles to camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Parade groups gathering for parade. Travois-‘old time’ transportation.”  1903-1925.

P.95.294 Several Native people on horses with tipis in background and some horses pulling tipi poles to camp in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.295 Several Native people on horses with tipis and log cabin in background and some horses pulling tipi poles to camp in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.296 Woman on horse leading pack horse with tipi among trees in background in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Woman on horseback hurrying to get in line for parade.”  1903-1925.

P.95.297 Native women on horses with one leading pack horse and log cabin in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.298 Plenty Coups and another Crow man on horses in traditional regalia in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Plenty Coups-head chief of Crow tribe of Pryor District-leading parade with his own flag.”  1903-1925.

P.95.299 Native men in traditional regalia on horses carrying flags in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.300 Native people on horses wearing traditional clothing in parade in Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Parade at Lodge Grass, Montana.”  1903-1925.

P.95.301 Woman in traditional clothing on horse for parade in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Woman at parade-she has excellent examples of early day paraphenalia.”  1903-1925.

P.95.302 Four Crow women on horses with beaded martingales, three women wearing elk tooth dresses.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-Crow Squaws with their elk tooth dresses.”  1903-1925.

P.95.303 Young Crow woman wearing elk tooth dress on horse with many beaded accoutrements for parade in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.304 Three young Crow girls wearing elk tooth dresses with one on horse in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.305 Five young Crow girls in traditional clothing (four wearing elk tooth dresses) on horses with beaded martingales for parade in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Polly Grasshopper (w/lance) Agnes Yellow Tail, Annette Blaine, Mary & Mary Ann Carpenter.”  1903-1925.

P.95.306 Mary and Mary Ann Carpenter wearing elk tooth dresses with infant brother in beaded cradleboard against bushes in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.307 Mary and Mary Ann Carpenter wearing elk tooth dresses with infant sibling in beaded cradleboard in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mary & Mary Ann Carpenter and Brother.”  1903-1925.

P.95.308 Mary Carpenter wearing elk tooth dress with infant sibling in beaded cradleboard.  1903-1925.

P.95.309 Mary and Mary Ann Carpenter wearing elk tooth dresses with siblings, one in cradleboard against bushes in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.310 Four young Crow girls wearing traditional clothing on horses with beaded martingales for parade in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.311 Four Crow girls, tow on horses, wearing elk tooth dresses and beaded moccasins for parade in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Standing-Pretty Beads White Arm (the larger) and Mary Carpenter. On horse-Rena Left and Mary Ann.”  1903-1925.

P.95.312 Two Crow girls standing wrapped in blankets and two Crow girls riding horse wearing elk tooth dresses for parade in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.313 Henry Russel?? In Crow style saddle on horse with beaded accoutrements for parade in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.314 Young Crow child on horse with beaded accoutrements for parade in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.315 Two saddled horses, one with rider, in front of two tipis in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.316 Tipis and wall tents in camp with wagons beside them in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “A Crow winter camp. Note increase in number of tents over tipis.”  1903-1925.

P.95.317 Crow camp with tipis, tents, and wagons among trees in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Tents are replacing tipis as easier to handle.”  1903-1925.

P.95.318 Crow people outside tipi in camp in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.319 Native woman cooking on campfire in camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Outdoor cooking in summer.”  1903-1925.

P.95.320 Crow men and women inside tipi around campfire in camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Crow family group inside the tipi.”  1903-1925.

P.95.321 Crow men and children under arbor to keep cool in summer camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “A shade was built for outdoor living in summer.”  1903-1925.

P.95.322 Woman under arbor in front of tent in camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Note way blanket is wrapped around roped to form a cradle for baby.”  1903-1925.

P.95.323 Crow woman carrying firewood to tipi with other people in camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Woman carrying wood for fire in tipi.”  1903-1925.



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