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    • Homosexuals in State Department, 1952

    • Acheson, Dean, 1893-1971; Anti-communist movements -- United States -- History; Gay men -- United States -- History; Hill, Lister, 1894-1984; McCarthy, Joseph, 1908-1957; Tydings, Millard E. (Millard Evelyn), 1890-1961; United States. Dept. of...
    • Senator McCarthy speaks out against homosexuals in the State Department. His audience is the Republican Women's Club of Wheeling, West Virginia. McCarthy argues that homosexuals are susceptible to communist blackmailing and therefore pose a...
    • Eagle Elk and Black Elk in church, n.d.

    • Altars; Black Elk, 1863-1950; Catechists -- Catholic Church; Chapels -- South Dakota; Church decoration and ornament -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; War bonnets -- South Dakota; Oglala Indians -- Costume;
    • Eagle Elk (Hehaka Wanbli) in chief's costume and catechist Nicholas Black Elk (Hehaka Sapa) in St. Elizabeth Mission
      Caption on Image: 296 - OUR LADY OF THE SIOUX
      Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Eagle Elk...
    • Irving Peress, 1954

    • Anti-communist movements -- United States -- History; Army-McCarthy Controversy, 1954; Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Prisoners and prisons; McCarthy, Joseph, 1908-1957; McCarthyism; Peress, Irving;
    • Senator McCarthy discusses the case of Irving Peress, a former U.S. Army dentist with alleged ties to communism. McCarthy's subcommittee questioned Peress as part of its investigation of communists in the U.S. Army conducted in late 1953 and early...
    • Government Printing Office and Rothschild, 1954

    • Anti-communist movements -- United States -- History; Blattenberger, Raymond, b. 1892; McCarthy, Joseph, 1908-1957; McCarthyism; Rothschild, Edward; United States. Government Printing Office;
    • Senator McCarthy warns of the threat posed by communists in the Government Printing Office. He discusses the case of Edward Rothschild, a GPO employee and alleged communist sympathizer, who had testified before McCarthy's committee in August 1953....
    • Edward R. Murrow, 1954

    • Anti-communist movements -- United States -- History; Duggan, Stephen, 1870-1950; Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959; Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.); McCarthy, Joseph, 1908-1957; McCarthyism; Murrow, Edward R.; New York times;
    • Senator McCarthy responds to Edward R. Murrow's critical report about him, delivered on Murrow's See It Now television program on March 9, 1954. McCarthy describes Murrow's involvement during the 1930s with the Institute of International Education,...
    • Communists at Harvard University, 1954

    • Anti-communist movements -- United States -- History; Furry, W. H. (Wendell Hinkle), 1907-; Harvard University -- Employees -- Political activity; McCarthy, Joseph, 1908-1957; McCarthyism; Pusey, Nathan M. (Nathan Marsh), 1907-2001;
    • Senator McCarthy denounces alleged communists at Harvard University, singling out Wendell Furry, a Harvard faculty member and civilian scientist who participated in research efforts at Fort Monmouth's Army Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories....
    • Jesuit brother and three Sicangu Lakota youths baking, 1917?

    • Baking; Bread; Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Andrew Crazy Hawk, Brother Axe, Bernard Flood, and Hubert Desersa.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Lincoln and Hamlin campaign banner, 1860

    • Banners; Campaign insignia; Political campaigns -- 1860-1870; Wide-Awakes (Organization)
    • Political banner used at campaign rally in Springfield, Illinois, on August 8, 1860, by members of the Wide Awake club from Farmington (a village in Perry County later renamed Campbell.) Unidentified blue fabric, probably silk, with white capital...
    • Lincoln and Hamlin campaign banner, verso, 1860

    • Banners; Campaign insignia; Political campaigns -- 1860-1870; Wide-Awakes (Organization)
    • Political banner used at campaign rally in Springfield, Illinois, on August 8, 1860, by members of the Wide Awake club from Farmington (a village in Perry County later renamed Campbell.) Unidentified white fabric, perhaps cotton, with blue capital...
    • St. Francis Mission baseball team, n.d.

    • Baseball -- South Dakota -- St. Francis; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Boys in baseball uniforms, including J. Runs About, N. Kill In Sight, A. Goes To War, C. Eagle Road, P. Dubray, F. Cordier, M. Pacer, A. Bordeaux, L. Spotted Elk, Z. Hawkman, J....
    • Four Sicangu women working in kitchen, n.d.

    • Boarding schools -- South Dakota; Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Cookery -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Stoves, Wood;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Standing, L to R] Maggie Bordeux, Lizzie Brown (Fish), Cora Owns the Fire (Bad Wound), and Ida Giroux (Roubideaux).
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Sicangu girls and sister at St. Francis Mission, n.d.

    • Boarding schools -- South Dakota; Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Nuns -- South Dakota; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Includes] Virginia Hairy Shirt, Mary Makes Good (Big Crow), Katie No Leaf, Mary Eagle Thunder (Kills Enemy), Jue Cornoyer, Maggie Bordeaux, Josephine See Red (Bone Shirt), Ethel...
    • Sewing class at St. Francis Mission, 1 of 2, 1917

    • Boarding schools -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Sewing -- Study and teaching; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity -- South Dakota; Textile fabrics; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Seated, L to R] Francis Flood Running Bear, Grace Whirlwind Soldier, Bessie Leading Fighter, LizzieBrown Fish, Mary Kills in Sight Little, and Sister Oinda.
      Note by...
    • Sicangu girls in sewing class with sister supervising, n.d.

    • Boarding schools -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Sewing -- Study and teaching; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity -- South Dakota; Textile Fabrics; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Seated, L to R] Virgina Hairy Shirt, Jesie Lone Dog, Bessie Leading Fighter, Mary Left Hand Bull (Randall), Lizzie Brown (Fish), and Sister Olinda, O.S.F..
      Negative no.: Same...
    • Sewing class at St. Francis Mission, 2 of 2, 1917

    • Boarding schools -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Sewing -- Study and teaching; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity -- South Dakota; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Seated, L to R] Francis Flood Running Bear, Grace Whirlwind Soldier, Bessie Leading Fighter, Lizzie Brown (Fish), Mary Kills in Sight (Little), and Sister Oinda [Tewilt,...
    • Carpentry shop, n.d.

    • Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Carpentry; Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis; Woodwork -- Study and teaching;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Teacher in carpenter's shop.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Carpentry shop, n.d.

    • Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Carpentry; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Standing L to R] John Schmidt, Joseph Light, Brother Hartman, and Pierre Boltz
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Brother Henry Rupp, S.J., and Sicangu boys in cobbler shop, n.d.

    • Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Shoemakers -- South Dakota -- Rosebud Indian Reservation; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Students depicted include John Big Face, Edward Roberts, Philip Guerue, Ed Good Shield, Joe Bone Shirt.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Band at St. Francis Mission, n.d.

    • Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Drums; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Musical instruments -- South Dakota;
    • Band at St. Francis Mission
      Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Twelve boys with their instruments. [Standing L to R] Rufus Menard, ?, Martin Pacer, Bernard Flood, ?, Isaac Bear Shield, ?, [Seated, L to R] Jesse...
    • Young woman in trade cloth dress with Navajo blankets, n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Brulé women -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Coinage -- United States; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian blankets -- North America; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South...
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Young woman standing wearing trade cloth dress with elk teeth and bone hairplate necklace; Navajo blankets draped behind and underfoot.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Woman seated in trade cloth dress with bone breastplate necklace, n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Brulé women -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian blankets -- North America; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Moccasins; Textile fabrics
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Woman seated on chair wearing trade cloth dress with dentillium shells and bone breastplate necklace and holding Navajo blanket.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Mrs. Ralph Eagle Feather and Mrs. Jake Grumbling Bear, n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Brulé women -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Jewelry -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Both women in braids. Woman on left has shell decorated doeskin with bone breastplate.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Lillian Thunder Hawk (Stands By Him), n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Brulé women -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Lillian Thunder Hawk (Stands By Him) in beaded buckskin dress with bone breastplate necklace.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Woman and son, n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Brulé women -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Moccasins;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Woman in plain dress with shawl across shoulders, holding the raised hands of her small son. He wears dark hat, beaded vest, fully beaded and decorated pants, and beaded...

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