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    • O'Rourke family, n.d.

    • Jesuits -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indian women -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians -- Mixed descent; Log cabins --...
    • O'Rourke family at log cabin home with Rev. Sialm, S.J.
      Caption on image: Red Water, Sialm w Orourke [O'Rourke] family- nee Shangreau
      Notes by Archivist: Mrs. O'Rourke's maiden name was Shangreau and apparently this picture was taken in 1920...
    • Cast in tribal dress for school play, "Neoga," 1931

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Children's plays, American; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian embroidery -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian metal-work -- South Dakota; Indians of North...
    • Verso caption: "Neoga" Indian Play. Holy Rosary Mission School, S. Dak.
      Note by Archivist: Published in The Indian Sentinel, v. 13 n. 1, p. 45.
      Size: 8cm x 13.6cm
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Congregation on first communion Sunday, 1938

    • Church buildings -- South Dakota; Congregations -- Catholic Church; Icons; Idols and images -- Catholic Church; Indian women -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; First Communion; Oglala Indians -- Kinship; Indian children -- South...
    • Congregation on first communion Sunday
      Verso caption: 1st HC Manderson, Mar 14 1938 Mail order photo finishing O’Neill Photo co. O’Neill, Nebr.
      Note by Archivist: William Patton (suit and tie), center row far right; older man with tobacco...
    • Student actor in Indian costume, n.d.

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Children -- South Dakota -- 1930-1940; Drama -- Student Plays; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian metal-work -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America --...
    • Student actor, standing by river, wearing beaded buckskin dress with bone hair pipe necklace and concho belt.
    • High school girls' basketball team, 1942

    • Basketball -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge; Children -- South Dakota -- 1940-1950; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; High Schools -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Uniforms; Gymnasiums --...
    • High school girls' basketball team with trophies and banner
      Inscription on banner in image: HRM 1941 STATE 1942 CHAMPIONS VICTORY TEAM
      Note by Archivist: Left to right: Iris Merrival, Theresa LaDeaux, Grace Clifford, Violet Dozark, Mary Jane...
    • Girls' high school basketball team, 1976

    • Basketball -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge; Children -- South Dakota -- 1970-1980; Red Cloud Indian School -- Students; High Schools -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Uniforms; Gymnasiums -- South Dakota;...
    • Girls' high school basketball team
      Verso caption: L= #5 Bridgette Perkins, #22 Diane Big Crow, #11 Freda Richards, #25 Susan Pourier, #24 Latonna Plenty Wolf, #23 Delilah Plenty Holes, #15 Shirley Blackstone, #30 Angie Twiss, #21 Lolita Attack...
    • Girls' basketball team, 1940

    • Basketball -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge; Children -- South Dakota -- 1930-1940; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; High Schools -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Uniforms;
    • Girls’ high school basketball team
      Inscription on Basketball in image: "1940"
      Note by Archivist: Left to right: Seated: Florine Twiss, Amy Janis, Cecilia Twiss, Helena Garcia, Rose Pourier; standing: __, Catherine Irving, Eloise Bad...
    • Graduates with Father Goll, S.J., 1921

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1920-1930; Elementary schools -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; School administrators -- South Dakota; Holy Rosary Mission...
    • Graduates with Father Louis Goll, S.J.
      Notes by Archivist: Holy Rosary Mission established and continued a junior high school, 1923-1926; Father Goll served as Jesuit superior and director, 1920-1926. Left to right, left of Fr. Gall: Esther...
    • Graduates with diplomas, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1920-1930; Elementary schools -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students;
    • Graduates with diplomas
      Verso caption: L-R= [Lucille] Swallow, __, [Helen] Swallow, [Cassie] Dixon
      Notes by Archivist: Indicates information by informant in verso caption = [ ]. Holy Rosary Mission established and continued a junior high...
    • Eighth-grade graduates and Sister Elenius, O.S.F., 1942

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1940-1950; Elementary schools -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; Nuns -- South Dakota; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and...
    • Eighth-grade graduates and Sister Elenius Pettinger, O.S.F.
      Verso caption: 8th Grade graduates
      Note by Archivist: Left to right, front row (seated): Eleanor Cuny, Elfrieda Pourier, Sophie Giago, __, Louise Feather Ear Ring, Delores Merrival;...
    • Cast in tribal dress for school play, "Coaina," 1931

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Children's plays, American; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian...
    • Verso caption: Our Indian girls put on the Indian play "Coaina." They borowed their costumes from their parents & relatives
      Note by Archivist: Published in The Indian Sentinel, v. 11 n. 4, p. 173.
      Size: 8cm x 13.8cm
      Negative no.: Same as...
    • Amelia Catches teaching beadwork, n.d.

    • Art Study and Teaching; Children -- South Dakota -- 1970-1980; Elementary school teachers -- United States; Elementary schools -- South Dakota; Red Cloud Indian School -- Faculty; Red Cloud Indian School -- Students; Indian beadwork -- South...
    • Amelia Catches teaching loom beadwork to child.
      Verso caption: Amelia Catches, wife of Pete Catches
    • The baking crew -- Jesuits and boys, n.d.

    • Baking; Children -- South Dakota -- 1930-1940; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians -- Mixed descent;
    • Notes by Archivist: Bakery hats and aprons inscribed, "Omar Wonder Flour," which was used widely in the United States, 1930s-1940s. Left to right, front row: __, __, Clifford White Face (baker), Adolph Seiler (head baker), Joe “Buster” White...
    • Holy Guardian Angels Mission, n.d.

    • Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Chapels -- South Dakota; Church buildings -- South Dakota; Log cabins -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indian women -- South Dakota; Congregations --...
    • Holy Guardian Angels Mission and parishioners
      Caption on image: The first chapel at Slim Butte (Flat Butte)
      Verso caption: St. Anthony (Slim Buttes) (Our Lady of Good Council / St. Anthony’s / Holy Guardian Angels Mission
      Notes by...
    • Holy Guardian Angels Mission, n.d.

    • Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Chapels -- South Dakota; Church buildings -- South Dakota; Log cabins -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indian women -- South Dakota; Congregations --...
    • Holy Guardian Angels Mission and parishioners
      Caption on image: The chapel at Slim Butte.
      Verso caption: St. Anthony (Slim Buttes) (Our Lady of Good Council / St. Anthony’s / Holy Guardian Angels Mission.
      Notes by Archivist: 1st known as...
    • Group of boys, some with rifles, 1917?

    • Firearms -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Students' names provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: ?, Ben Lapointe, Joe Bone Shirt, Roger Never Misses A Shot, Leo Menard, Howard Pacer, Noah Kills In Sight, Charles Eagle Road, Thomas Flood, Hubert Desersa, Leo Big Face, Joe Runs...
    • High Horse and grandson Adelbert Thunder Hawk, 1918

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian weapons -- North America; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Medals; Older Indians --...
    • High Horse and grandson Adelbert Thunder Hawk wearing peace medals, eagle feathers, and beadwork
      Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: High Horse and his grandson, Adelbert Thunder Hawk.
      Note by Archivist:...
    • Adelbert Thunder Hawk and Leo Big Face, 1918

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Firearms -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian weapons -- North America; Indians of North America -- Medals; Indians of North America...
    • Adelbert Thunder Hawk in war bonnet, beaded vest and bow and arrow, and Leo Big Face in suit with rifle
      Note by Archivist: Adelbert Thunderhawk also known as Adelbert Thunderhawk
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Adelbert Thunder Hawk in "chief's costume," 1918?

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Moccasins; Textile fabrics; War bonnets -- South Dakota;
    • Adelbert Thunder Hawk in "chief's costume"
      Note by Archivist: Also known as Adelbert Thunderhawk
      Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Adelbert Thunderhawk, about 8-10 years old, seated and wearing headdress...
    • 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
    • Girls in beaded dresses, n.d.

    • Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian textile fabrics -- North America;
    • Girls in buckskin and cloth dresses adorned with beadwork, cowry shells, and abone hair pipe breastplate necklace
      Verso caption: Left Irene Wounded, Middle Margaret Tuttle Cuny, Right __Jumping Eagle?
      Note by Archivist: Left to right: Irene...
    • Congregation at log home, n.d.

    • Log cabins -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian women -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota; Horses -- South Dakota -- 1900-1910; Horses -- South Dakota -- 1910-1920; Indian blankets -- North America;...
    • Congregation and priest at No Water's log home
      Caption on image: SERVICES AT NO WATER'S
    • Ten year old girl in traditional dress, n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian metal-work -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Moccasins;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Girl of 10 years seated on straight back chair wearing fringed and beaded buckskin dress.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Father Sialm, S.J., and congregation, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1930-1940; Congregations -- Catholic Church; Indians of North America -- Government Relations; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian women -- South Dakota; Indian youth...
    • Father Sialm, S.J., and congregation
      Notes by Archivist: Father Sialm lived 1872-1940; served Pine Ridge Reservation, 1907-1912, 1916-1920, Rosebud Reservation, 1901-1903, 1914-1916, 1922-1940, and Wind River Reservation, 1912-1914; member,...
    • Oglala boys performing in chiefs' costumes, 1940

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian dance -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Drums; Moccasins; War bonnets -- South Dakota; Marquette League -- "Marquette...
    • Verso caption: Paul Herman, Dennis Cornpor, Steve Yankton, Dr. Francis Walks, 1940.
      Note by Archivist: Known as "Marquette boys," because they were involved in Marquette League fundraising.
    • 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...
    • 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;
    • Two boys in dressed to dance with "chief's costume" and roach
      Verso caption: Marvin Little Enemy, Oliver Blackfeather.
      Notes by Archivist: Marvin Little Enemy = Marvin Tuttle; regalia style worn on right popular in North Dakota; late 1930s -...
    • 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, __.

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