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    • Student actors in costume, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1920-1930; Children's plays, American; Drama -- Student Plays; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians -- Mixed descent;
    • 11 students dressed in suits and ties, apparently for a variety show (or vaudeville or minstrel show) performance; 5 with derby hats, 1 with black-face, and 1 with a mustache.
      Verso caption: Top Row=Dan Clifford [far left?], Charles Brown with...
    • Sun dancers, 1944

    • Arapaho Indians -- Costume; Sun Dance; Older Indians -- Montana; Arapaho Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Crow Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Indian beadwork -- Montana; Indian featherwork -- Montana;
    • Arapaho Indian Sun dancers blowing eagle bone whistles while dancing at Crow Sun Dance
      Verso caption, this copy: Crow Agency, St. Xaxier's Mission, Crow Reservation, Montana, Summer 1944, A. W. Vachon, S.J., Two Arapahos at the Crow Sun Dance....
    • Boy dressed to dance, n.d.

    • Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; Indian children -- South Dakota; Elementary schools -- South Dakota; Children -- South Dakota -- 1940-1950;
    • Boy dressed to dance in long porcupine hair roach, bustle, and beaded vest
      Verso caption: Student individual photos, intermediary 1941-1950.
    • Boys by tent dressed to dance, n.d.

    • Oglala Indians -- Costume; War bonnets -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian textile fabrics -- North America;
    • Boys by tent dressed to dance in "chiefs' costumes" and roach
      Verso caption: Student group photos, intermediary 1941-1950.
      Notes by Archivist: Left to right: Marvin Little Enemy, Oliver Blackfeather, Marvin Tuttle, Howard Bad Milk (a.k.a....
    • Calvin Jumping Bull, n.d.

    • High school teachers -- United States; Red Cloud Indian School -- Faculty
    • Calvin Jumping Bull
      Note by Archivist: Calvin Jumping Bull was an authority on Lakota language, traditional singing and dance, an accomplished Omaha dancer, and member of the Porcupine Singers who taught Lakota studies at Red Cloud School.
    • Round dance ("squaw" dance), 1908

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1900-1910; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian blankets -- North America; Indian Camps; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian dance -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota;...
    • Caption on image: Back view of the Squaw dance Pine Ridge S.D. Copyrighted May 15, 1908 by S.D. Butcher & Son.
      Note by Archivist: Related to what now are known as scalp dance and round dance.
    • Circus Sarrasani dance troupe, 1 of 2, n.d.

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian textile fabrics -- North America; Indian women -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian blankets -- North America; War bonnets --...
    • Circus Sarrasani dance troupe in Germany.
      Verso caption: Circus Sarrasani
      Inscription on object within image: Westphalia Hamburg
    • Circus Sarrasani dance troupe, 2 of 2, n.d.

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian textile fabrics -- North America; Indian women -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian blankets -- North America; War bonnets --...
    • Circus Sarrasani dance troupe in Germany.
      Verso caption: Souvenir of Circus Sarrasani, Real Sioux Indians from Pine Ridge South Dakota. They are in Europa with Clarence Shultz, the well known cowboy from Marland Oklahoma U.S.A. Andenken an...
    • Corpus Christi procession, n.d.

    • Catholic Church -- Customs and practices; Corpus Christi Festival -- South Dakota; Corpus Christi Festivals -- Catholic Church; Priests -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Acolytes -- Catholic Church; Processions, Religious -- Catholic...
    • Corpus Christi procession at Holy Rosary Mission.
      Note by Archivist: The feast of Corpus Christi (held on Thursday after Trinity Sunday, the 1st Sunday of Pentecost), commemorates the institution of the Holy Eucharist.
    • Boy at desk with book, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1970-1980; Indian children -- South Dakota; Red Cloud Indian School -- Students; Elementary schools -- South Dakota; Classrooms -- South Dakota; Books; Education, Elementary;
    • Elementary school boy at desk with book in front of native dance photos displayed on classroom wall
    • Elementary boys dressed to dance, n.d.

    • Oglala Indians -- Costume; War bonnets -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian textile fabrics -- North America;
    • Elementary school boys dressed to dance in "chiefs' costumes" and roach
      Verso caption: Student group photos, Middle School, 1931-1940
    • Jesuits at wacipi, n.d.

    • Jesuits -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota; Oglala Indians -- Costume; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Quillwork -- Great Plains; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; War bonnets -- South Dakota; Indian dance -- South Dakota;
    • Father Richard Pates, S.J. (left) and Richard T. Jones, S.J., at wacipi
      Note by Archivist: Members of Wisconsin Province.
    • Fools Crow prepares to pierce sun dancer, 1967

    • Oglala Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Oglala Indians -- Costume; Sun Dance; Buffalo; Herbs; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Oglala women -- South Dakota; Older Indians -- South Dakota; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity...
    • Fools Crow prepares to pierce sun dancer while witnessed by Franciscan sisters and others
      Note by Archivist: Photography created on request of Medicine Man Frank Fools Crow, who presided over this ceremony.
    • Front view of men dancers, n.d.

    • Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indian dance -- South Dakota; Powwows -- Great Plains; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Bells -- South Dakota; Moccasins;
    • Front view of men dancers in procupine hair roaches and traditional bustles
      Note by Archivist: Limited body coverage and more young dancers consistent with 1960s.
    • Cheerleaders outdoors, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1970-1980; Cheerleading; Red Cloud Indian School -- Students; High Schools -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Uniforms; Catholic high schools -- South Dakota;
    • High school cheerleaders outdoors with football players in background
      Inscription on shirts in image: Crusaders
      Notes by Archivist: Left to right: Bobette Iron Cloud, Susan Schrader, Candice “Candi” Red Shirt, Sheryl “Sherri”...
    • Cheerleaders, 1971

    • Cheerleading; Children -- South Dakota -- 1970-1980; High Schools -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Uniforms; Catholic high schools -- South Dakota; Red Cloud Indian School -- Students
    • High school cheerleaders outdoors
      Notes by Archivist: Left to right: Ardis Iron Cloud, Belva Clifford, Pam Jacobs, Candy Pourier, Glory Pourier, Dusty Broken Rope, Rhonda Herman; 1st semester 1971-1972 school year.
    • Honoring T/Sgt. Henry and Cpl. Katie Black Elk, 1944

    • Flags -- United States; Oglala Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Log cabins -- South Dakota; Older Indians -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Oglala women -- South Dakota; United States -- Armed Forces -- Women; United States -- Armed...
    • Honoring T/Sgt. Henry and Cpl. Katie Black Elk at the homestead of Nicholas Black Elk
      Verso caption: Black Elk homestead. Honoring T/Sgt. Henry Black Elk & sister Cpl. Katie Black Elk, WAC. Photo by Fr. Zimmerman. Beckers Camera Shop Jul 17...
    • Grand entry at Oglala Sioux fair, 1936

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Oglala Indians -- Costume; War bonnets -- South Dakota; Oglala women -- South Dakota; Powwows -- Great Plains;
    • Inscription on banner within image: Champion District Exhibit Oglala Sioux Fair and Festival 193[6?]
      Note by Archivist: Besides dancing, tribal agricultural fairs included judged exhibits of hand-made clothing; this woman apparently won such a...
    • John Bryde and Henry Yellow Shield, n.d.

    • Oglala Indians -- Costume; Indian dance -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Quillwork -- Great Plains; Bags; Indian textile fabrics -- North America; War bonnets -- South...
    • Jesuit scholastic John Bryde and Henry Yellow Shield in chief’s costume shaking hands
      Note by Archivist: ca. 1947-1948.
    • Musical band performing at prom, n.d.

    • High Schools -- South Dakota; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; School music; Proms -- Social aspects -- United States;
    • Musical band, the Esquires, performing at prom with theme, "Moonlight in Hawaii"
      Inscriptions on signs in image: ESQUIRES; MOONLIGHT IN HAWAII
      Verso caption: Prom, 1951-1960 REV. JOHN F. BRYDE, S.J. PRINCIPAL, HOLY ROSARY MISSION PINE RIDGE,...
    • Boys in regalia with visiting boy, n.d.

    • Oglala Indians -- Costume; War bonnets -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian textile fabrics -- North America;
    • Native boys in "chiefs' costumes" with visiting non-native boy
      Notes by Archivist: Paul Herman, Steven Yankton, __ (non-Indian; apparent visitor), Dennis Compos, __.
    • Cheerleaders, 1950

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1950-1960; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Cheerleading; High Schools -- South Dakota;
    • Notes by Archivist: Left to right: Carol Pourier, Evangeline Goes in Center, Grace Clifford, Vivian Nelson, Hattie Blue Horse, Agnes Gibbons; published in The Crusader [yearbook], 1950.
    • Oglala traditional dancers, n.d.

    • Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Moccasins; Bells -- South Dakota;
    • Oglala traditional dancers at Kyle Frontier Days
      Caption on Image: Sioux Indian Dance, PURDY, GORDON, NEBR. Kyle Frontier Days
      Verso caption: G. B. Purdy, photographer
      Note by Archivist: In caption on Image, "Kyle Frontier Days"...
    • Indoor powwow, 2 of 2, n.d.

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Children -- South Dakota -- 1960-1970; Older Indians -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indian dance -- South Dakota; Powwows -- Great Plains; War bonnets -- South Dakota; Indian textile fabrics -- North...
    • Older man in traditional dress dancing at indoor powwow
      Note by Archivist: Older dancer wearing dyed long johns.
    • Eagle dance, n.d.

    • War bonnets -- New Mexico; Buckskin -- New Mexico; Indian beadwork -- New Mexico; Indian featherwork -- New Mexico; Indian textile fabrics -- North America; Indian dance -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- Music -- 1920-1930; Indian blankets...
    • Postcard depicting eagle dance
      Verso caption: Santa Fe, N. Mex. 4-7-33 Hi Sis: 8:15 in the morning and all is well. We just got here last night doing lot of loafing ever since I left Porcupine. Everything is just fine today. Miss Lisa Smoke,...
    • Russel Loud Hawk with Eye of God, 1980

    • Sitting Bull, 1831-1890; Sun Dance; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian embroidery -- South Dakota; Indian art -- South Dakota; Herbs; Posters -- 20th century; Indian textile fabrics -- North America; Weaving;
    • Russel Loud Hawk pointing to Lakota-style Eye of God (Ojo de Dios) with Sun Dance accessories on wall next to Sitting Bull poster
      Verso caption: black Hills Claims, Russel Loud Hawk 1/12/1980
      Notes by Archivist: Eye of God (Ojo de Dios) is a...
    • Show Indians and stable keeper, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1910-1920; Indians of North America -- Domestic Life -- South Dakota; Indian blankets -- North America; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian women -- South Dakota; Oglala Indians -- Kinship; Horses; Tents;
    • Show Indians and stable keeper next to tents and trailer of traveling performing arts company
      Inscription on trailer within image: 115
      Verso caption: From Smoke girls. No names but get good idea of dress of women and men-would guess around...
    • Side view of men dancers, n.d.

    • Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indian dance -- South Dakota; Powwows -- Great Plains; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Bells -- South Dakota; Moccasins;
    • Side view of men dancers in procupine hair roaches and traditional bustles
      Note by Archivist: Man in foreground wearing Oklahoma-style arm bustles popular to 1960s.

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