Texas' Only Indian Reservation
Title:
Texas' Only Indian Reservation
Chrome unused

Description:
Indian ladies in traditional costume of buckskin as was used before the French began trading cloth material to the Tribes, are pictured standing before a teepee. Although teepees were not used by Woodlands indians, this one is placed near the Indian Village so that guests may compare early shelters.


"Flyin Feesh", West Indies
Title:
"Flyin Feesh", West Indies
Chrome unused



Navajo Family on the Reservation
Title:
Navajo Family on the Reservation
New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
There are about 50,000 Navajo Indians occupying a reservation of about 9,000,000 acres in Northern New Mexico and Arizona. They are self-supporting and derive their living from marketing cattle, sheep, wool and hides.


Apache Indian Girl
Title:
Apache Indian Girl
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Chemehuevi Indian Girl
Title:
Chemehuevi Indian Girl
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Navajo Indian Squaw and Children
Title:
Navajo Indian Squaw and Children
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Navajo Indian Squaw
Title:
Navajo Indian Squaw
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


A Piote Indian Papoose
Title:
A Piote Indian Papoose
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
A Piote Indian Papoose. All Indian Babies, wrapped in buckskin or blankets, are tightly strapped between two boards and are thus carried, held, or rocked. The Piotes represent the highest tribal type of Indian.



Chinese Butcher and Grocer
Title:
Chinese Butcher and Grocer
Post Card (Undivided Back)


Puget Sound Indians
Title:
Puget Sound Indians
Washington (WA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Mar-28



Navajo Indians' Summer House
Title:
Navajo Indians' Summer House
Linen PM 1943 Jul-28


Hosteen Tso (Big Fat Man) - Navajo Scout
Title:
Hosteen Tso (Big Fat Man) - Navajo Scout
Linen PM 1943 Aug-3



Navajo Indians' Summer House
Title:
Navajo Indians' Summer House
Linen PM 1943 Mar-20


Navajo Indians Spinning Yarn for Rugs
Title:
Navajo Indians Spinning Yarn for Rugs
Linen PM 1933 Nov-1

Description:
Navajo Indian Rugs are famed the world over for their beauty and durability. In infancy children receive the ambition to create designs which express their understanding of life, supply, or surroundings. No two rugs are designed identical. The picture shows one rug just completed, and the never idle fingers are spinning yarn from the raw wool and preparing for another rug of some design which inspired thoughts have conceived.



Hopi Indian Pueblo
Title:
Hopi Indian Pueblo
Linen PM 1942 Oct-23

Description:
In this village - situated high upon a mesa 512 feet above the valley of Tusuyan - the Indians are living in practically the same primitive state as when the Spaniards first discovered them in 1540. A visit to this city of the sky and the Hopis (peaceful people) is one long to be remembered.


Max Big Man, Crow Indian artist
Title:
Max Big Man, Crow Indian artist
Linen PM 1933 Dec-12



Deer Dancer
Title:
Deer Dancer
Linen PM 1940 Oct-21

Description:
The famous Indian Ceremonial, the Hopi Indian Snake dance is held annually high on a mesa overlooking the Painted Desert. The unique and colorful costumes worn by the Hopi Indians have their special significance in the interpretations of the sacred dances. Each of the colorful costumes represents its own individual dance and serves to interpret the rhythmic motions of its wearer. They are known as The Skirt Dancer, The Rug Dancer, The Rainbow Dancer, etc.


Bean Dancer
Title:
Bean Dancer
Linen PM 1942 Jan-9

Description:
The famous Indian Ceremonial; the Hopi Indian Snake Dance is held annually, high on a mesa, overlooking the Painted Desert. The unique and colorful costumes worn by the Hopi Indians have their special significance in the interpretation of the sacred Dancers. Each of the colorful costumes represents its own individual dance and serves to interpret the gyrations of its wearer. They are known as "The Yacca Skirt Dancer, The Rug Dancer, The Rainbow Dancer," etc.



The Rainbow Dancer
Title:
The Rainbow Dancer
Linen PM 1939 Oct-8

Description:
The ancient Hopi Ceremonial, the Snake Dance is an annual custom of these Indians, held in their picturesque Pueblo, on a mesa overlooking the Painted Desert. The snakes are collected eight days prior to the ceremonies and stored in jars in the Snake Kiva (or sacred dwelling). Each of the colorful costumes represents its own individual dance and serves to interpret the gyrations of the wearer. They are known as the Yacca Skirt Dance, The Rug Dancer, The Rainbow Dancer, etc.


Seven Up
Title:
Seven Up
Linen unused

Description:
A black woman stands in the doorway of a log cabin. Her seven children pose in descending order of height.



Middle Rider
Title:
Middle Rider
Linen unused

Description:
Blackfeet Indian Brave also known as "No Chief" is representative of the younger conservative full-bloods on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation which adjoins Glacier National Park in the Montana Rockies on the East, served by Great Northern Railway.


Mountain Flower
Title:
Mountain Flower
Linen unused

Description:
Blackfeet Indian Maiden 0 a symbol of her generations. While her customs bespeak the white man's culture she is a primitive modern, for her ways are those of her ancestors. The Blackfeet Indian Reservation adjoins Glacier National Park in the Montana Rockies on the East, served by Great Northern Railway.



Wades-In-The-Water
Title:
Wades-In-The-Water
Linen unused

Description:
Blackfeet Indian Chieftain. A leader in his tribal councils who throughout his life maintained an active interest in the old Blackfeet ceremonials. The Blackfeet Indian Reservation adjoins Glacier National Park in the Montana Rockies on the East, served by Great Northern Railway.


"The Sign Talkers" - Blackfeet Chieftains No Runner and Hair Coat
Title:
"The Sign Talkers" - Blackfeet Chieftains No Runner and Hair Coat
Linen unused

Description:
THE SIGN TALKERS - Blackfeet Indian Chieftains. Old Medicine Man "No Runner" and his fellow tribesman "Hair Coat," in ceremonial paint and head-dress converse in sign language. The Blackfeet Indian Reservation adjoins Glacier National Park in the Montana Rockies on the East, served by Great Northern Railway.



Julia-Wades-In-The-Water
Title:
Julia-Wades-In-The-Water
Linen unused

Description:
Blackfeet Indian Woman, wife of Chief Wades-in-the-Water, represented Blackfeet Indian aristocracy during her lifetime. She was an expert in Blackfeet artcraft and active in the affairs of her people. The Blackfeet Indian Reservation adjoins Glacier National Park in the Montana Rockies on the East, served by Great Northern Railway.


Sundance
Title:
Sundance
Linen unused

Description:
Blackfeet Indian Chief. A wise and honored "Old One" who traveled the trail of years from exciting buffalo hunts to peaceful industrious ranch life. The Blackfeet Indian Reservation adjoins Glacier National Park in the Montana Rockies on the East, served by Great Northern Railway.



Angry Bull (Turtle)
Title:
Angry Bull (Turtle)
Linen unused

Description:
Famed throughout the Blackfoot Nation as a mighty hunter. He was also a skilled dancer and throughout his long years took a prominent part in the religious and ceremonial life of his people. The Blackfeet Indian Reservation adjoins Glacier National Park in the Montana Rockies, on the East, served by Great Northern Railway.


Lazy Boy, Blackfeet Medicine Man
Title:
Lazy Boy, Blackfeet Medicine Man
Linen unused

Description:
LAZY BOY - Blackfeet Indian Medicine Man - noted for his daring as a warrior and big game hunter. The Blackfeet Indian Reservation adjoins Glacier National Park in the Montana Rockies on the East, served by Great Northern Railway.



Clears Up - Stalwart Blackfeet Indian Brave
Title:
Clears Up - Stalwart Blackfeet Indian Brave
Linen unused

Description:
Clears Up, who during his lifetime was one of the most picturesque figures at all tribal ceremonies and festivals. The Blackfeet Indian Reservation adjoins Glacier National Park in the Montana Rockies on the East, served by Great Northern Railway.


Pedro, a Navaho Indian
Title:
Pedro, a Navaho Indian
New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1940 Sep-10

Description:
The Navaho Reservation in northern Arizona is one of the largest in the United States and contains about 16,000 Indians. In the country to the north of the Little Colorado River are broad valleys and rolling prairies, with mesas and buttes rising up here and there, while east and north it is very broken, with high table-lands and deep canyons. Everywhere the desert predominates.



Three of Custer;s Crow Scouts At the Battle of The Little Bighhorn
Title:
Three of Custer;s Crow Scouts At the Battle of The Little Bighhorn
Crow Agency Montana (MT), Linen PM 1934 Jan-10

Description:
White-Man-Runs-Him, Hairy Moccasin, Curly The Burlington tracks run alongside the historic Custer Battlefield which is located on the reservation of the Crow Indian Nation in Montana. During the summer Burlington trains stop for ten minutes at a special sightseeing platform which commands a splendid close-up view of the battleground.


Four Chinese Sisters
Title:
Four Chinese Sisters
Chrome unused

Description:
Tu-Yung Tu, Tu-Dum Tu, No-Yen Tu, and Sum-Fun Tu.



Native American Woman
Title:
Native American Woman
Chrome unused

Description:
Texas' only Indian Reservation. Home of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribes. 17 miles east of Livingston on U.S. 190. Indian maiden dressed in traditional buckskin & beadwork ready for the Tribal Dances that are performed daily in an atmosphere of yesteryears. Open to the public are the Tribal Museum, Arts & Crafts Shop, Dining Room, Tours of the Reservation and Big Thicket Area, Train Rides, a Living Indian Village and Camping.


Indian Guides on the Santa Fe - Santa Fe Railroad
Title:
Indian Guides on the Santa Fe - Santa Fe Railroad
Chrome unused

Description:
Indian Guides from Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico, ride the eastbound Santa Fe Super Chief and westbound El Capitan through New Mexico.



Girl's Doll Festival
Title:
Girl's Doll Festival
Chrome unused

Description:
Dolls representing the Emperor and Empress and their attendants are displayed on plush-covered shelves at the Doll Festival, on March 3, in honour of happy girlhood.


Hostess and Guests at Tea Ceremony
Title:
Hostess and Guests at Tea Ceremony
Chrome unused

Description:
The tea ceremony or chanoyu is an aesthetic pastime among cultured people in Japan, where it is regarded as a cult to promote enlightenment and mental composure.



Honey, Come Down! We'se Waitin Fo' You In Florida
Title:
Honey, Come Down! We'se Waitin Fo' You In Florida
White Border unused

Description:
Beautiful Tropical Florida Scenes that are charming Sunlight and air Loaded with fragrance Of Blossoms fair. Woodland and bay Meet in close harmony And birds blend their notes With the songs of the sea. -William Franklin Atwood


Lollypops and "Chocolate Drops" in Dixieland
Title:
Lollypops and "Chocolate Drops" in Dixieland
White Border PM 1927 Oct-27



Seben Come Leben - children Playing Dice
Title:
Seben Come Leben - children Playing Dice
White Border PM 1934 Jan-13


Navajo Boy, New Mexico
Title:
Navajo Boy, New Mexico
Divided Back PM 1936 Mar-27



Hope Dance With the Sun Shield
Title:
Hope Dance With the Sun Shield
Divided Back PM 1936 Apr-20


Jicarilla Apache Chief, AZ
Title:
Jicarilla Apache Chief, AZ
Divided Back PM 1937 Apr-29



Moki Indian Woman Making Pottery
Title:
Moki Indian Woman Making Pottery
Divided Back PM 1935 Jan-12


Yaz-Yah, A Navajo Girl
Title:
Yaz-Yah, A Navajo Girl
Divided Back PM 1937 Jan-2



Hopi Snake Dance, AZ
Title:
Hopi Snake Dance, AZ
Divided Back PM 1937 Apr-6


Pueblo Indians
Title:
Pueblo Indians
Divided Back PM 1935 Mar-27

Description:
Comely Indian maidens, and aged squaws meet the train and sell their wares. This pottery is made by hand in their crude way, moulded without a wheel, and often decorated with geometrical or symbolic designs. The Pueblo Indian is a true Pagan-superstitious, rich in fanciful legend, and profoundly ceremonious in religion. His gods are innumerable-gods of war, and gods of peace; of famine, and of plenty; of sun, and of rain.



Teepees In Apache Land
Title:
Teepees In Apache Land
Arizona (AZ), Divided Back PM 1938 Sep-9

Description:
The Apache Indians were until recently the most warlike of all the Southwestern Indians and have caused the government of the United States as well as the early settlers, no end of trouble. Today, with their number fast diminishing and with several forts on or near their scattered reservations with the railroad as an ally, the government has no trouble with them and the Indian has turned his talents to the weaving of baskets and plaques and is at last enjoying the fruits of his labors in peace.


The Hopi Unlimited
Title:
The Hopi Unlimited
Arizona (AZ), Divided Back PM 1936 Mar-24



Arab Men
Title:
Arab Men
unused


Arab Men
Title:
Arab Men
unused



Arab Men with Bird
Title:
Arab Men with Bird
unused


Arab Men with Scale
Title:
Arab Men with Scale
unused



Arab Woman
Title:
Arab Woman
unused


Buildings, North Africa
Title:
Buildings, North Africa
unused



Group of Arab Men
Title:
Group of Arab Men
unused


Illustration of North African Men Cutting Hair
Title:
Illustration of North African Men Cutting Hair
unused



Illustration of North African Men Outside Thatched Hut
Title:
Illustration of North African Men Outside Thatched Hut
unused


Musicien Arabe
Title:
Musicien Arabe
unused



North Africa Scene
Title:
North Africa Scene
unused


N° 59 People offering food to priest
Title:
N° 59 People offering food to priest
unused



Orange Seller, North Africa
Title:
Orange Seller, North Africa
unused

Description:
Signature: "Sandoz"


Peintre Arabe - Arab Painter
Title:
Peintre Arabe - Arab Painter
unused



Scenes et Types - Campement de Nomades au Desert
Title:
Scenes et Types - Campement de Nomades au Desert
unused


Snake Charmer
Title:
Snake Charmer
unused

Description:
Art by Sandoz Edite par La Cle Cle Transatlatique. - Auto-Circuits Nord-Africains.



Sweet Dreams of Love
Title:
Sweet Dreams of Love
unused

Description:
A Japanese Woman.


Woman with Dog Cart
Title:
Woman with Dog Cart
PM 1911 Oct-5



A Darkey's Prayer
Title:
A Darkey's Prayer
Linen unused

Description:
Oh, Lawdy, please deliber me From dese 'gaters dats got hold ob me. If I only had de chance I'd gib dem my pants, If de'd only let de rest ob me be.


THE INDIAN VILLAGE
Title:
THE INDIAN VILLAGE
LAKE GEORGE New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Richard K. Dean On Route 9L overlooking Lake George Beach. The proud Hopi Chieftain, Smiling Bear, introduces his little grandson, Rainbow, who at the age of two can already perform the traditional Hopi dances. Dexter Press, Inc.



Navajo Rug Weaver
Title:
Navajo Rug Weaver
Chrome PM 1952 Mar-7

Description:
In Summer, the weaving is done outdoors under the shade of a tree. Good many weavers are located near the highway and many road travelers stop to admire and purchase their fine rugs.


Navajo Maiden and Her Goat
Title:
Navajo Maiden and Her Goat
Chrome PM 1952

Description:
Navajo's livelihood is through the raising of goats and sheep. Note the velvet ribbon bedecked with silver coins and hand hammered silver buttons, turquoise jewelry and colorful skirt, which is typical dress worn by Navajo women.



A Chinese Actor at Full Dress Rehearsal
Title:
A Chinese Actor at Full Dress Rehearsal
Divided Back unused


A Hopi Thanksgiving
Title:
A Hopi Thanksgiving
Divided Back unused



Navajo Indian Family and Hogan, Arizona
Title:
Navajo Indian Family and Hogan, Arizona
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Navahos are called the "bedouins of the desert" because they never settle for any length of time in one village, but live in hogans, or temporary structures and travel from place to place. The Navahos are noted for their blankets, and they are also expert silversmiths. They are great horsemen and on the reservation raise numbers of sheep and goats.


A Pueblo Boy, New Mexico
Title:
A Pueblo Boy, New Mexico
Divided Back unused

Description:
This little Pueblo Indian is from Isleta, an Indian Village thirteen miles west of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and within camera shot of Santa Fe track. Here as in most others of the pueblos, the children are generally dressed in American made clothes. This little boy however is dressed in native costume. As the picture shows, he at first objected to having his picture made, but the apple soon removed all fear and timidity.



Florida - Old Time Kitchen and Darkey Over 70y., Dixie Land
Title:
Florida - Old Time Kitchen and Darkey Over 70y., Dixie Land
Divided Back unused


Greetings From Dixie
Title:
Greetings From Dixie
Linen unused



Indians of Northern Arizona
Title:
Indians of Northern Arizona
Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1951 Feb-28


Take it Easy in Florida at the St. Augustine Alligator and Ostrich Farm
Title:
Take it Easy in Florida at the St. Augustine Alligator and Ostrich Farm
St. Augustine Florida (FL), Linen PM 1948 Mar-29

Description:
Since alligator skin has been declared "chic" as a material for shoes, bags, etc. the alligator has been hunted until almost extinct. Florida has many profitable farms upon which alligator breeding is the main industry.



When Am Ah Goin' to Get Some News About You?
Title:
When Am Ah Goin' to Get Some News About You?
Linen PM 1951 Jun-6


The Darkey Preacher in Florida
Title:
The Darkey Preacher in Florida
Linen unused

Description:
Listen here now, Sistern 'n Bredren! It's just 'bout time you looks ahead, Or to somewhere hot you'll soon be headin' When once you turns up cold and daid. Dat means you gives up snatchin' chickens Stop your 'sociatin wit dose 'Gallopin Dominoes' No more ob dat promishus corn-likker'n Or down to Ol' Nick an' hell you surely goes. As fer you, Sistern, stop dem waggin' tongues, All dat powder, bleachin 'n dat paint, Ain't goin' to help you up dose heav'nly rungs, De Lord, he knows whut all us darkies ain't! I sorta sees dose good ol' 'Green Pastures' Wit' all dem angels singin' an' playin' Just think ob seein' white-robed, livin' 'statures' An' ol' St. Peter busy with all ob de okayin'! Now 'fore you goes into de wicked world agin' De deacons'll pass aroun' de collection plates, Remember, salvation's free but not so my preachin' Sing de nex' hymn wit your eye on dose Pearly Gates! --P. M. L.



Kiss Me, Honey, I'se Starvin!
Title:
Kiss Me, Honey, I'se Starvin!
Linen unused


Man Raises Glass
Title:
Man Raises Glass
PM 1918 Jan-1



Older Black Woman Inspecting Head of Younger Person
Title:
Older Black Woman Inspecting Head of Younger Person
unused

Description:
Series A-31592 Aunt Venus hunting in Dixie land. Curt Teich & Co.


A Job Lot
Title:
A Job Lot
PM 1910 Jan-8



Black Child Sitting on Doorstep Looking Forlorn
Title:
Black Child Sitting on Doorstep Looking Forlorn
unused

Description:
Burlington Series 334 Nobody loves me - Nobody ever wont.


Best Wishes for a happy New Year
Title:
Best Wishes for a happy New Year
PM 1910 Dec-29



I certainly am bad....
Title:
I certainly am bad....
PM Nov-19

Description:
When I feel like fight, if you don't want trouble, Yo' better had write.


Chief Eagle Feather
Title:
Chief Eagle Feather
unused

Description:
Series 5703



Four Black Children Posing Casually
Title:
Four Black Children Posing Casually
unused

Description:
Series A-1355 Mischief Brewing


A Busy Day in the Cotton Field.
Title:
A Busy Day in the Cotton Field.
unused

Description:
Series A-1926



Let's Kiss and Be Friends
Title:
Let's Kiss and Be Friends
PM 1928 Aug-22

Description:
Nigger Kids Series 728


Chocolates
Title:
Chocolates
unused



Bashful Billy and Sister
Title:
Bashful Billy and Sister
PM 1907 Mar-1

Description:
Series 5743


"O! MAMMY."
Title:
"O! MAMMY."
PM 1907 Mar-1



Three Black Crows
Title:
Three Black Crows
PM 1907 Feb-25


Liza at the tub - Woman Near Cabin at Washtub
Title:
Liza at the tub - Woman Near Cabin at Washtub


Description:
Series 16813



"If er body meet er body comin fro de rye"
Title:
"If er body meet er body comin fro de rye"
PM 1907 Jul-15

Description:
On the Old Plantation Series 2362 "On the Old Plantation" series.


A Quiet Game.
Title:
A Quiet Game.
unused

Description:
Series 78.-10



Dad & His Kids
Title:
Dad & His Kids
PM 1909 Sep-29

Description:
Series 158 , 202245


Girl with Red Kerchief Carrying Wooden Container on Back
Title:
Girl with Red Kerchief Carrying Wooden Container on Back
unused

Description:
Series 19 Madchen aus Guggisberg.



Woman Wearing White Kerchief, Sandals, Holding Hat
Title:
Woman Wearing White Kerchief, Sandals, Holding Hat
unused

Description:
Series 107 Ticino. Contadina verzaschesa.


"A Good Bump" Buster Brown
Title:
"A Good Bump" Buster Brown


Description:
Burr McIntosh Buster Brown and his bubble



"Gosh! Dese Bass Sho Do Strike"
Title:
"Gosh! Dese Bass Sho Do Strike"
Private Mailing Card unused


A Darky's Prayer
Title:
A Darky's Prayer
Florida (FL), Linen PM 1944 Aug-15



A Hard Blow
Title:
A Hard Blow
PM 1910 Mar-24


Ah's very black But Also Blue
Title:
Ah's very black But Also Blue
Linen PM 1945 Oct-11



Alligator Bait
Title:
Alligator Bait
unused

Description:
Series 2125


Alligator Bait
Title:
Alligator Bait
Linen PM 1950 Dec-31



And its, O, the green Shamrock
Title:
And its, O, the green Shamrock
unused


Beautiful Woman
Title:
Beautiful Woman
PM 1908 Jun-23

Description:
Series 788/3



Beniah and Dry Geese
Title:
Beniah and Dry Geese
unused


Black Boy Handing Black Girl a Yellow Flower Over Fence
Title:
Black Boy Handing Black Girl a Yellow Flower Over Fence


Description:
Series 169 His first offering



Black Child on Stilts Carrying a Box of Korn Kinks
Title:
Black Child on Stilts Carrying a Box of Korn Kinks


Description:
"You smash dem Kinks, I'll spoil you face chile"


Black Child with Dog and Small Bear
Title:
Black Child with Dog and Small Bear
PM 1909 Feb-4

Description:
I dreams erbout yo' every night, I thinks of yo' by day, I spec's yo' is my Valentine, it cert'ny looks dat way



Blowout!
Title:
Blowout!
Linen PM 1942 Sep-10

Description:
I'M ALL SET FOR THE BIG BLOWOUT! EXPECT TO HAVE A GOOD TIME HERE!


Boy! How You Can Throw It!
Title:
Boy! How You Can Throw It!
Linen unused



Boys Looking Out Window
Title:
Boys Looking Out Window
PM 1913 Jun-3


Community Education at Wiley College
Title:
Community Education at Wiley College
Marshall Texas (TX), White Border PM 1922 Sep-12

Description:
Marshall, Texas. Dear Friends in the Sunday School: If you have never seen a college "of the Negroes, for the Negroes, by the Negroes" you have something to look forward to. Wiley College is such a place. People may tell you that every educated Negro is an "exception" to the rule of the race--but look at this picture of a college chapel packed full of "exceptions"! Do you see the Service Flag hanging over the rear window? Don't forget what it means. Great things are happening in dear old America, and one of the greatest of all is the development of these ten million negro fellow-citizens of ours who sixty years ago were in slavery. When their education is complete what service they will render to the New America! Yours, At Wiley College.



Danses Russes - Man and Woman in Ornate Costumes Dancing
Title:
Danses Russes - Man and Woman in Ornate Costumes Dancing
PM 1904

Description:
Series 195/3


De Lan' O' Cotton.
Title:
De Lan' O' Cotton.
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Dixie Land Series 1098



Free Lunch in the Everglades, Florida
Title:
Free Lunch in the Everglades, Florida
unused


I am still in doubt
Title:
I am still in doubt
PM 1906 Sep-12



I am still out on bale.
Title:
I am still out on bale.
PM 1909 Jul-15


I Can't Hold Back Any Longer
Title:
I Can't Hold Back Any Longer
Linen unused

Description:
Sure Do Miss You



I'm not saying you're all wet BUT--
Title:
I'm not saying you're all wet BUT--
Linen PM 1941

Description:
You might give a fella a WRING once in awhile!


If Sambo doesn't love me I'll soon know
Title:
If Sambo doesn't love me I'll soon know
PM 1908 Jul-30

Description:
Series 7179



In the Good Old Summertime - Watermellons
Title:
In the Good Old Summertime - Watermellons
Divided Back PM 1913 Sep-13

Description:
Series 8


Indian Maiden
Title:
Indian Maiden
PM 1913 Mar-10



Indians around fire and teepe - IORM
Title:
Indians around fire and teepe - IORM
PM 1909 Jul-20

Description:
Improved Order of Red Men


Jewish Man Reading the Newspaper
Title:
Jewish Man Reading the Newspaper
PM 1916 Jan-9

Description:
Series 979 "Five Hundert Dollars I Vould Gif To Pe Vun Of Dose Millionaires!"



Kame Kishi Japanese Troupe
Title:
Kame Kishi Japanese Troupe



Le Guerrier Indien
Title:
Le Guerrier Indien




Let's Hear Soon!
Title:
Let's Hear Soon!
PM 1910 Jul-29


Man in Sombrero Next to Donkey with Church in Distance
Title:
Man in Sombrero Next to Donkey with Church in Distance
unused



Man with Ax Raised About To Cut Chicken's Neck
Title:
Man with Ax Raised About To Cut Chicken's Neck
PM 1906 Apr-4

Description:
Series 118 I am taking life easy in


Native American Woman Center Inset, Five Photos Surrounding Her
Title:
Native American Woman Center Inset, Five Photos Surrounding Her
PM 1913 Feb-14

Description:
"Spokane" on her headband



OH! DEM WATERMILLIONS
Title:
OH! DEM WATERMILLIONS
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1904 Mar-5

Description:
Series 219


Older Black Woman Seated with Lady Scrutinizing Tea Cup
Title:
Older Black Woman Seated with Lady Scrutinizing Tea Cup
PM 1908 Dec-31

Description:
The tea cup's fortune telling.



Older Black Woman Seated with Lady Scrutinizing Tea Cup
Title:
Older Black Woman Seated with Lady Scrutinizing Tea Cup
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The tea cup's fortune telling.


Picking Cotton--Down South
Title:
Picking Cotton--Down South
Linen unused



Sad Looking Black Lady Using Washtub - Musical Notes, Words
Title:
Sad Looking Black Lady Using Washtub - Musical Notes, Words
PM 1906 Oct-17

Description:
Negro Melodies Series 2395 All de world am sad and dreary, Eb'-ry where I roam; Oh: darkies, how my heart grows weary, Far from de old folks at home.


Sleepy Eye Indian Mode of Conveyance
Title:
Sleepy Eye Indian Mode of Conveyance
unused

Description:
"Sleepy Eye" eldur is far ahead of ordinary. Flours as the modern steam railway is ahead of the mode of conveyance in sleepy eye's time.



Sounds Good to Me
Title:
Sounds Good to Me
unused

Description:
Series 15


Southern Products - Black Baby in Basket of Cotton
Title:
Southern Products - Black Baby in Basket of Cotton
unused

Description:
Series A-18104



Sugar Ray's Cafe
Title:
Sugar Ray's Cafe
Harlem New York (NY)

Description:
2074 Seventh Ave., at 124th St., New York City The Show Place of Harlem Breakfast--9:30 A.M. Luncheon--11:30 A.M. Dinner--4:00 PM TILL CLOSING


The Darkey Preacher
Title:
The Darkey Preacher
Linen unused

Description:
"Listen Sistern and Bredren, You must give up your devilish way Give up all your wickedness, Or de good Lawd'll make you pay Stop drinking dat mean corn likker. Dat makes you crazy to fight. Stop rolling dose "Galloping dominoes" Dat makes you stay up all night. Sisters, don't let your tongues wag too much. Stop putting on all dat paint. and don't use dat bleach an powder. Dat makes you look white when you ain't. Before we dismiss, we'll jine in prayer De deacons will now pass the plates aroun'. And if you don't help out de collection. St. Peter will mos likely turn you down."



There's a Great Opening For You Here.
Title:
There's a Great Opening For You Here.
PM 1925 Sep-17

Description:
Touring Comic Series 932


Who's a Democrat?
Title:
Who's a Democrat?
unused

Description:
Series 711



Wood block print of Japanese women and children
Title:
Wood block print of Japanese women and children


Description:
Union Postale Universelle, Carte Postale. "For Auld Lang Syne" Eloise.


Working Hard for the Family Dinner in Dixieland
Title:
Working Hard for the Family Dinner in Dixieland
Linen unused



Southern Negro Cabin
Title:
Southern Negro Cabin
Divided Back PM 1914 May-8


Chinese Wedding Bride Chair
Title:
Chinese Wedding Bride Chair
Real Photo unused



Street Scene in Chosica, Peru, 30 Miles East of Lima in the Foothills of the Andes
Title:
Street Scene in Chosica, Peru, 30 Miles East of Lima in the Foothills of the Andes
Real Photo


Rickshaws, Ceylon
Title:
Rickshaws, Ceylon
Real Photo unused



Chinese Shrine Where Josh Money Is Burnt
Title:
Chinese Shrine Where Josh Money Is Burnt
Real Photo


New Chinatown
Title:
New Chinatown
Chrome unused

Description:
Art and Gift shops. Herb and spice shops. Oriental nightclubs and restaurants, comprise the buildings of Chinatown, following the traditional style of Oriental architecture.



1936 Chief Keys & Co. Choctaw Indian Knife Thrower Oklahoma
Title:
1936 Chief Keys & Co. Choctaw Indian Knife Thrower Oklahoma
Real Photo

Description:
Al. G. Barnes Circus, 1936 Season


Chief Littlecreek With Headdress
Title:
Chief Littlecreek With Headdress
Itasca Minnesota (MN), Real Photo PM 1948 Aug-30

Description:
At the Source of the Mississippi



Greetings from South Bend
Title:
Greetings from South Bend
South Bend Indiana (IN), Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-11


Red Wolf Woman Old Chief
Title:
Red Wolf Woman Old Chief
Real Photo



The Blackville Serenade
Title:
The Blackville Serenade
White Border unused

Description:
Three boys singing.


Alligator Bait - Black Children Playing by River
Title:
Alligator Bait - Black Children Playing by River
White Border unused



Drop In! A Hearty Welcome Awaits You - In Florida
Title:
Drop In! A Hearty Welcome Awaits You - In Florida
White Border PM 1930 Mar-2

Description:
The whiff of the pine, And the scent of the palm Give to Florida sunshine Its sweet soothing balm.


Three Boys Talking to Another Eating Watermelon
Title:
Three Boys Talking to Another Eating Watermelon
White Border unused

Description:
"Give us de rine" "Aint goin to be no rine"



Cofrade, Solola, Guatemala
Title:
Cofrade, Solola, Guatemala
Linen unused


Indian Girl, San Antonio Aguas Calientes, Guatemala
Title:
Indian Girl, San Antonio Aguas Calientes, Guatemala
Linen unused



Black Caricatures Waiting for Outhouse
Title:
Black Caricatures Waiting for Outhouse
Linen PM 1946 Feb-2

Description:
Enee menee minee moe, Please hurry, don't be slow Someone else may have to go!


"It's 'Amen' - Not 'Yeah Man!'"
Title:
"It's 'Amen' - Not 'Yeah Man!'"
Linen PM 1943 Feb-8



Three Black Girls on Fence
Title:
Three Black Girls on Fence
Linen unused

Description:
The three bares a "hearty" hello.


Busy Person's Correspondence Card
Title:
Busy Person's Correspondence Card
Linen PM Jul-21

Description:
Two black children: When de golden moon comes creepin' up across de fah horizon, Dah's a suttin sweet honey chile Ah's espeshul got mah eyes on.



"Kiss Me, Honeuy, I
Title:
"Kiss Me, Honeuy, I
Linen unused


Black Boy in Toilet
Title:
Black Boy in Toilet
Linen PM 1941 Nov-27

Description:
Dis shower am busted But ah still ok. So ah's sendin dis 'ere card For ah have no more to say.



Chinese Plough Boys
Title:
Chinese Plough Boys
Divided Back PM 1911 Jun-20

Description:
The Star Series 6


At the Old Cabin Door
Title:
At the Old Cabin Door
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series A-31663



After Breakfast Going to Work
Title:
After Breakfast Going to Work
Divided Back unused


Their Sunday Best
Title:
Their Sunday Best
Divided Back PM 1923 Mar-7

Description:
Their Sunday Best Series 6080



Le bon vieux du Ménez-Hom
Title:
Le bon vieux du Ménez-Hom
Divided Back unused

Description:
Costumes bretons


"Short Bull" - chief
Title:
"Short Bull" - chief
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 234



Me is just so anxious to see you
Title:
Me is just so anxious to see you
Divided Back PM 1912 Dec-10

Description:
Anglo Pastelle Series 105


"Come on Down. I'se Waiting For You in Florida
Title:
"Come on Down. I'se Waiting For You in Florida
Linen unused

Description:
The Alligator is a a native of the Florida Everglades. For some time its skin has been fashionably used in the manufacture of bags, shoes, etc, and with this increasing use they had been hunted until they were almost extinct. To remedy this situation and supply the demand, several thriving Alligator farms are now in operation, where the breeding and care of alligators is the main industry.



"Honey, I'se waitin' Fo' You All Here In Miami, Florida"
Title:
"Honey, I'se waitin' Fo' You All Here In Miami, Florida"
Miami Florida (FL), Linen PM 1936 Feb-28


"Uncle Tom"
Title:
"Uncle Tom"
Linen unused

Description:
"Uncle Tom", an old-fashioned southern negro.



A Busy Day in the Cotton Field
Title:
A Busy Day in the Cotton Field
Linen unused

Description:
Five people harvesting cotton.


A Darkey's Prayer
Title:
A Darkey's Prayer
Linen PM 1957 Nov-29

Description:
"Oh, Lawdy, please deliber me "From dees 'gators dats got hold ob me If I only had de chance I'd gib dem my pants If de'd only let dee rest ob me be."



A Southern Express
Title:
A Southern Express
Divided Back PM 1904 Dec-29

Description:
Series 1099


A Watermelon Feast
Title:
A Watermelon Feast
Linen unused



A Woman Holding an Italian Flag
Title:
A Woman Holding an Italian Flag
Divided Back PM 1907 Apr-6

Description:
St. John Series 2


Asian Family Outside Doing Chores - Sun Yat-sen
Title:
Asian Family Outside Doing Chores - Sun Yat-sen
Divided Back PM 1920 Dec-3

Description:
Somehow connected to Sun Yat-Sen



Asian Woman and Child Feeding Fish to Cat
Title:
Asian Woman and Child Feeding Fish to Cat
Divided Back

Description:
Series 193


Black Boy Playing Dice
Title:
Black Boy Playing Dice
Linen unused

Description:
Oh boy! Can you throw it!



Booker T. Washington
Title:
Booker T. Washington
Linen unused


Booker T. Washington
Title:
Booker T. Washington
Linen unused



Chinese Couple Feeding Frog to Three Storks
Title:
Chinese Couple Feeding Frog to Three Storks
Divided Back

Description:
Series 193


Chinese Man With Long Braid Holding an Iron
Title:
Chinese Man With Long Braid Holding an Iron
Divided Back PM 1911 Sep-4

Description:
WORLD BEATER SERIES 5473 I waitee I longee all of the day, Say, why you no writee to me, If you no writee me the Melican way, Just writee like heathen Chinee.



Chinese Man Yawning with Eyes Closed
Title:
Chinese Man Yawning with Eyes Closed
Divided Back PM 1905 Nov-11

Description:
Write Away Series 1010 I'm rather tired


Drying Cotton
Title:
Drying Cotton
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series A-31624, 34



Drying Cotton
Title:
Drying Cotton
Linen unused


Free Lunch in the Jungle
Title:
Free Lunch in the Jungle
Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-21

Description:
Series 9234



Girl with Basket & Umbrella Cut Stamps
Title:
Girl with Basket & Umbrella Cut Stamps
Divided Back


Greetings from Athens, Alabama
Title:
Greetings from Athens, Alabama
Athens Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Indian Chief with Headdress and Irish Man with Pipe
Title:
Indian Chief with Headdress and Irish Man with Pipe
Divided Back PM 1907 Jan-1

Description:
The Indian with his pipe of peace, has slowly passed away, But the Irishman with his piece of pipe, had come prepared to stay."


Interior View, Jewish Welfare Board Building
Title:
Interior View, Jewish Welfare Board Building
Divided Back unused



Japanese Woman in Rickshaw Holding Umbrella Near Man Wearing Hat
Title:
Japanese Woman in Rickshaw Holding Umbrella Near Man Wearing Hat
Divided Back unused

Description:
Aavantine & Co. Inc. Announce their removal to Fifth Ave. and 39th St., New York. You are cordially invited to view the largest and most interesting collection of "things Oriental" in the world.


Large Goose Chasing Man Who is Running Away
Title:
Large Goose Chasing Man Who is Running Away
Divided Back PM Sep-28

Description:
Series 2137 I'm on a wild goose chase here



Leprechaun Face with Tiny Hat and Pipe
Title:
Leprechaun Face with Tiny Hat and Pipe
Divided Back PM 1911

Description:
Reminder Series 6384 Begorra, an' phoy don't yez wroite -?-


Made in Germany
Title:
Made in Germany
Divided Back PM 1906 Nov-16

Description:
Series 397



Man and Woman Dressed in Decorative Clothing
Title:
Man and Woman Dressed in Decorative Clothing
Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-24


Native American Family
Title:
Native American Family
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 77-12



Romeo and Juliet in Cotton Field
Title:
Romeo and Juliet in Cotton Field
Linen PM 1937 Jul-10

Description:
Man and woman kissing in cotton field.


Scottish - Auld Lang Syne
Title:
Scottish - Auld Lang Syne
Divided Back PM Aug-30

Description:
WORLD BEATER SERIES 5472



Silver Necklace with Arch Pendant
Title:
Silver Necklace with Arch Pendant
Chrome unused

Description:
Navaho Indians - Silver necklace and blanket. American Indian art, from the permanent collection of the Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey.


Straw Cradle, Carrier and Decorative Basket
Title:
Straw Cradle, Carrier and Decorative Basket
Chrome unused

Description:
Series 57 Californian Indians - Hupa baby cradle; Pima burden carrier; Mono stone-lifting stick; Hupa cooking basket. American Indian Art, from the permanent collection of the Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey.



The Bear in the Park Are Awfully Tame
Title:
The Bear in the Park Are Awfully Tame
Divided Back unused


The Three Bares - A "Hearty" Hello
Title:
The Three Bares - A "Hearty" Hello
Linen unused



Things Look Dark
Title:
Things Look Dark
Divided Back PM 1908 May-26

Description:
Compliments of Chloe


Two African American Women Outside Home
Title:
Two African American Women Outside Home
Linen PM 1926 Apr-5



Two Asian Women Poking Lobster as Two Dogs Watch
Title:
Two Asian Women Poking Lobster as Two Dogs Watch
Divided Back

Description:
Series 193


Two People on the Phone to Each Other, Cupid in the Middle
Title:
Two People on the Phone to Each Other, Cupid in the Middle
Divided Back PM 1907 Jun-12

Description:
Series 430 A busy line



Woman Standing, with Decorations in Hair Wearing Orange Skirt
Title:
Woman Standing, with Decorations in Hair Wearing Orange Skirt
Divided Back unused

Description:
A field woman in bridal array. Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church


The Cake Walk
Title:
The Cake Walk
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1904 Mar-31

Description:
Black couples dancing.



Welsh Women in Traditional Costume
Title:
Welsh Women in Traditional Costume
PM 1904 Aug-21


A Bit of Gossip, Japanese Children
Title:
A Bit of Gossip, Japanese Children
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Hot Dog - Basset Hound
Title:
Hot Dog - Basset Hound
Chrome unused


Japane Girl, Winter Dress
Title:
Japane Girl, Winter Dress
PM 1908 Nov-1



Japanese women in traditional attire
Title:
Japanese women in traditional attire
unused

Description:
Returning home


Old Church at Jamestown
Title:
Old Church at Jamestown
Jamestown Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jun-13



Old Colorow, Chief of the Ute Indians
Title:
Old Colorow, Chief of the Ute Indians
Private Mailing Card PM 1904 Jan-4


SCENES ET TYPES. - MUSICIENS NEGRES
Title:
SCENES ET TYPES. - MUSICIENS NEGRES
unused



SE Asian Woman
Title:
SE Asian Woman
Real Photo unused


3 Railroad Workers on Tracks St. Charles Hotel
Title:
3 Railroad Workers on Tracks
Real Photo PM Jul-10



African American Baby
Title:
African American Baby
Real Photo unused


Chief Bemidji
Title:
Chief Bemidji
Real Photo PM 1906 Aug-3



Eskimo Natives with Sled Reindeer
Title:
Eskimo Natives with Sled Reindeer
Real Photo unused


Group of Eskimos
Title:
Group of Eskimos
Real Photo unused

Description:
Eskimo men, women and children pose in fur outerwear.



Six Little Arctic Natives
Title:
Six Little Arctic Natives
Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Little Deer
Title:
Little Deer
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Son of Chief Swift Horse. Born in South Dakota in 1960 on Crow Creek Reservation at Fort Thompson. Dexter Press



Autographed Portrait of Band
Title:
Autographed Portrait of Band
Original Photograph

Description:
Jimmy Ortega Tony Ruiz Eddie Barragan Bob Young Walter Ruiz


Black Children Playing Dice, Welle Boettler Bakery Co.
Title:
Black Children Playing Dice, Welle Boettler Bakery Co.
St. Louis Missouri (MO), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Sam - Come seben o 'leben an. I'll sho' go gitme a loaf of dat Baby Sabel Bread. Hit certainly tastes better dan lasses candy to me.



Chief Sleepy Eye Welcomes the Whites, Sleepy Eye Flour
Title:
Chief Sleepy Eye Welcomes the Whites, Sleepy Eye Flour
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Sleepy Eye Flour receives a warm welcome in every home.


Indian Canoeing - Sleepy Eye Flour
Title:
Indian Canoeing - Sleepy Eye Flour
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Sep-18

Description:
No stream was too swift or turbulent for Old Sleepy Eye. No competition is too strong for Sleepy Eye Flour when quality is considered. This is one of a series of nine beautiful Indian post cards, entire set prepaid 10 cents.



Indian Tri-Car, Hendee Mfg. Co.
Title:
Indian Tri-Car, Hendee Mfg. Co.
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Used by the first families of America.


Ross Avenue Motel "The South's Finest Colored Motel"
Title:
Ross Avenue Motel "The South's Finest Colored Motel"
Dallas Texas (TX), Linen unused



Sleepy Eye - The Meritorious Flour
Title:
Sleepy Eye - The Meritorious Flour
Post Card (Undivided Back)

Description:
The sun never sets on users of sleepy eye flour.


Sleepy Eye Flour, Sleepy Eye Milling Co.
Title:
Sleepy Eye Flour, Sleepy Eye Milling Co.
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Indian mode of conveyance. Sleepy Eye flour is far ahead of ordinary flours as the modern steam railway is ahead of the mode of conveyance in Sleepy Eye's time.



Sleepy Eye Mills - Sleepy Eye Flour
Title:
Sleepy Eye Mills - Sleepy Eye Flour
Sleepy Eye Minnesota (MN), Post Card (Undivided Back)


Sioux Indians
Title:
Sioux Indians
Divided Back PM 1907 Jun-19



Chief Seattle
Title:
Chief Seattle
Divided Back PM 1908 Mar-21

Description:
(1786–1866) Dkhw'Duw'Absh (Duwamish) chief, for which the city of Seattle, Washington was named.


Interior of House of Isleta
Title:
Interior of House of Isleta
Isleta Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1938 Mar-18

Description:
Isleta lies a few miles west of Albuquerque close to the railroad track and in plain view from the train. Pueblo architecture possesses nothing of the elaborate ornamentation of Aztec ruins found in Mexico. The house is usually built of stone, covered with adobe, and is severly plain. It is commonly tow or three stories high and joined to its neighbors. The Pueblo of Isleta lies at an altitude of 4898 feet.



Chief Oshkosh
Title:
Chief Oshkosh
Chrome unused

Description:
Hagedorn Studio Dexter Press, Inc.


Choctaw Indian Princess
Title:
Choctaw Indian Princess
Philadelphia Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
H.F. Gardner Princess Loretta Steve is shown here. The princess contest and judging is one of the highlights of the annual Choctaw Indian Fair, held the last 4 days of August. The Fair is held at the Pearl River Indian School and features Choctaw handicrafts, produce, stick-ball games, and ceremonial dances. Comanches, Apaches and Kiowas are usually present to perform Western (Plains) Indian dances, at Philadelphia, Miss.



Strong Horse, Narragansett Tribe, RI
Title:
Strong Horse, Narragansett Tribe, RI
Chrome

Description:
Jack Szelka Jack Szelka


Zuni Woman Carrying Jar
Title:
Zuni Woman Carrying Jar
Real Photo unused



Three Native American Women
Title:
Three Native American Women
Real Photo unused

Description:
Desert beauties.


Osage Indian Wedding
Title:
Osage Indian Wedding
Real Photo PM 1943 Mar-6



A Typical Zulu Woman
Title:
A Typical Zulu Woman
Real Photo unused


Chief Half Moon and Princess Goldenrod - Piute & Penobscot Tribes
Title:
Chief Half Moon and Princess Goldenrod - Piute & Penobscot Tribes
Raymond Maine (ME), Chrome unused



Joe "Cherepee" Tafoya Pueblo Indian Chief
Title:
Joe "Cherepee" Tafoya Pueblo Indian Chief
Real Photo unused


Ottawa Indian Naming Ceremonial
Title:
Ottawa Indian Naming Ceremonial
Grand Rapids Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
M. Strahl This view shows the Princess of the Ottawa Indian naming ceremonial and pageant, held at the Harbord Springs Stadium, seating 7,000 persons. Courtesy, Michigan Tourist Council M. Strahl, Photographer H.S. Crocker Co., Inc.



Ricksha Boys
Title:
Ricksha Boys
Real Photo


The Four Tu Sisters
Title:
The Four Tu Sisters
Chrome unused

Description:
Tu Yung Tu, Tu Dum Tu, No Yen Tu, Sum Fun Tu



Zulu Mothers
Title:
Zulu Mothers
Real Photo unused


168. Bedouine
Title:
168. Bedouine
unused



(4311) Mother and her Boys
Title:
(4311) Mother and her Boys
unused


A Navaho Family in covered wagon
Title:
A Navaho Family in covered wagon
Linen PM 1947 Aug-23



Chief White Bear - Wawayanda, N.J.State Camp for Boys.
Title:
Chief White Bear - Wawayanda, N.J.State Camp for Boys.
Andover New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1942 Jun-19

Description:
Chief White Bear, Hopi Indian Counselor


Grain Merchants in the Bazaar
Title:
Grain Merchants in the Bazaar
unused

Description:
Hotel Martinique, Broadway, New York



Men Making Hats - South America
Title:
Men Making Hats - South America
unused


Balfour reception in Gymnasium Yard
Title:
Balfour reception in Gymnasium Yard
unused



The "Makabi" awaiting Balfour near the Triumph Gate
Title:
The "Makabi" awaiting Balfour near the Triumph Gate
unused


Costumi Africani (African Dresses)
Title:
Costumi Africani (African Dresses)
unused



Asian Woman (probably Japan)
Title:
Asian Woman (probably Japan)
unused


Chinese Men Eating Dinner
Title:
Chinese Men Eating Dinner
unused

Description:
Kuhn & Komor



Chinese Men Gambling, Money
Title:
Chinese Men Gambling, Money
unused

Description:
Kuhn & Komor


Japanese Girls Sitting Under Tree
Title:
Japanese Girls Sitting Under Tree
unused



LESSOUTO - Ecole de jeunes filles de thabana morena
Title:
LESSOUTO - Ecole de jeunes filles de thabana morena
unused


The Dancing Style - Japanese Girl
Title:
The Dancing Style - Japanese Girl
unused



Traditional Navajo Weaver
Title:
Traditional Navajo Weaver
Table Mesa New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Surrounded by her sheep, traditional weaver Sarah Natani holds a newborn Navajo-Churro lamb.


A Mahomedan Huka and Coffee Shop
Title:
A Mahomedan Huka and Coffee Shop
Divided Back unused



Central Cafe, C. Juarez, Mexico, S. G. Gonzales, Prop.
Title:
Central Cafe, C. Juarez, Mexico, S. G. Gonzales, Prop.
Linen unused


Wild Goose or Swan Dance - Winnebago Indians
Title:
Wild Goose or Swan Dance - Winnebago Indians
Linen PM 1942 Apr-28



Portrait of Pocahontas
Title:
Portrait of Pocahontas
Linen PM 1942 Jul-22


Prof. George Washington Carver, Tuskegee Institute
Title:
Prof. George Washington Carver, Tuskegee Institute
Tuskegee Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Native American Woman, Ta-But-Ce
Title:
Native American Woman, Ta-But-Ce
Yosemite California (CA), Real Photo unused


Art From "Old Black Joe" Sheet Music
Title:
Art From "Old Black Joe" Sheet Music
Real Photo unused



African Americans Walking the Boardwalk
Title:
African Americans Walking the Boardwalk
Real Photo unused


Scutari Lady's Costume
Title:
Scutari Lady's Costume
Real Photo unused



Indian Chief Posing in Front of a Car
Title:
Indian Chief Posing in Front of a Car
Real Photo unused


an Eskimo on his kayak
Title:
an Eskimo on his kayak
Real Photo unused



Cotton Pcking Time
Title:
C0otton
Real Photo PM Jan-4


Two Men with Black Woman
Title:
Two Men with Black Woman
Real Photo unused



Mexicans in Front of Their "Palace" Near San Antonio, Texas
Title:
Mexicans in Front of Their "Palace" Near San Antonio, Texas
Divided Back unused


Sugar Cane Plantation
Title:
Sugar Cane Plantation
Divided Back



Pueblo Indians Selling Pottery
Title:
Pueblo Indians Selling Pottery
Divided Back unused

Description:
Comely Indian Maidens and aged squaws meet the train and sell their wares. This pottery is made by hand in their crude way, moulded without a wheel, and often decorated with geometrical or symbolical desings. The Pueblo Indian is a true Pagan - superstitious, rich in fanciful legend, and profoundly ceremonious in religion. His gods are innumerable - gods of war, and gods of peace; of famine, and of plenty; of sun, and of rain.


First Santa Fe Train
Title:
First Santa Fe Train
Divided Back unused

Description:
After painting by Frank P. Saurwen Indians watching the first Santa Fe train crossing the continent, whose advent meant so little to their minds, and so much to the white man. The picture is from a famous painting. Detroit Publishing Co.



Two Asian Women Kneeling on Floor in Front of Large Doll Display
Title:
Two Asian Women Kneeling on Floor in Front of Large Doll Display
Divided Back PM 1939 Jul-13

Description:
Dolls representing the Emperor and Empress and their attendants are displayed on plush-covered shelves at the Doll Festival, on March 3, in honour of happy girlhood.


Chinaman Smoking Opium
Title:
Chinaman Smoking Opium
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1008



Two Asian Men Painting the Floor and a Chair
Title:
Two Asian Men Painting the Floor and a Chair
Divided Back unused

Description:
We couldn't keep house without the Chi-Marvel Chinko. They have the secret of making things waterproof.


A case of suspended animation - girl stuck on a fence trying to get a watermelon
Title:
A case of suspended animation - girl stuck on a fence trying to get a watermelon
Divided Back unused



How'd you like to Spoon with me? Native with spear and nosering
Title:
How'd you like to Spoon with me? Native with spear and nosering
Divided Back PM 190-7


Moustached Man With Walking Stick and Weapons Wearing a Skirt
Title:
Moustached Man With Walking Stick and Weapons Wearing a Skirt
Divided Back

Description:
Costume Grec Athens



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