This pamphlet was designed for the Gimbel Art Dinner and Dedication of the Murals in the Brooks Memorial Union on January 22, 1954. The pamphlet tells the story of how the mural project was started and contains a detailed description from the each...
Brulé women -- South Dakota; Hunkpapa women -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Oglala women -- South Dakota; Sans Arc women -- South Dakota; Santee women -- South Dakota; Sisseton women -- South Dakota; Yankton women --...
Verso caption: Sioux Indian Women. Usually, at picnics and other gatherings, they form in a great circle seated, as in this picture, on the ground. Size: 15.6cm x 20.6cm Negative no.: Same as Identifier
Children -- South Dakota -- 1970-1980; Children's plays, American; Drama -- Student Plays; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Drama; Red Cloud Indian School -- Students; Drama in education;
Seven student actors holding hands and dancing in circle
Indian children -- South Dakota; Education, Preschool; Children -- South Dakota -- 1950-1960; Children -- South Dakota -- 1960-1970; Nuns -- South Dakota; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity -- South Dakota;
Sister Eileen Gran, O.S.F., in circle with pre-school students Verso caption: Sr. Eileen and Preschool in circle. Note by Archivist: Sister Eileen Gran, O.S.F., taught at Holy Rosary Mission School, 1946-1948, 1951-1954, 1958.