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General George Armstrong Custer in Major General's Uniform in Wide-Brimmed Hat and Scarf. LIBI_00263_07841; An etching of the right side, face and upper torso view of George Custer wearing a Major General's Uniform.  At the bottom center is a personal notation stating “Presented to W.D. Fisher, Sec. Mgr. Custer Battlefield Highway Ass'n" by Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer, June 25, 1926.” The image is in good condition. The signature is questionable; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00263_07841, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer in Major General's Uniform in Wide-Brimmed Hat and Scarf," circa 1926.

General George Armstrong Custer in Major General's Uniform in Wide-Brimmed Hat and Scarf

General George Armstrong Custer in Major General's Uniform in Wide-Brimmed Hat and Scarf. LIBI_00263_07841; An etching of the right side, face and upper torso view of George Custer wearing a Major General's Uniform.  At the bottom center is a personal notation stating “Presented to W.D. Fisher, Sec. Mgr. Custer Battlefield Highway Ass'n" by Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer, June 25, 1926.” The image is in good condition. The signature is questionable; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00263_07841, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer in Major General's Uniform in Wide-Brimmed Hat and Scarf," circa 1926.

General George Armstrong Custer in Major General's Uniform in Wide-Brimmed Hat and Scarf

Medicine Pipe in Cavalry Uniform Mounted on a Horse; Man Identified as Two Whistle Stands at the Door of a Sibley Tent at Fort Custer, Montana. LIBI_00263_07840; A photograph 9 1/2” x 7 1/4" mounted on a 10" x 8' card.  The photograph is in fair condition. It shows a mounted Indian scout dressed in a cavalry uniform of the 1880's. He is identified on the back of the photograph as Medicine Pipe.  The background shows three Sibley tents and a male Indian with one arm tentatively identified as Two Whistle.  A handwritten note on verso reads: “Two Whistles (?)- one armed man”, written in blue ink, and “mont-soldier = Medicine Pipe (Big Medicine?)” written in pencil.  The words “killer of Proud Bear” (presumably relating to Big Medicine) are crossed out. The words “Fort Custer” are written upside-down along the bottom in blue ink. The photograph was taken at Fort Custer, MT, circa 1885. It is in fair condition ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00263_07840, Unknown Photographer, "Medicine Pipe in Cavalry Uniform Mounted on a Horse; Man Identified as Two Whistle Stands at the Door of a S

Medicine Pipe in Cavalry Uniform Mounted on a Horse; Man Identified as Two Whistle Stands at the Door of a Sibley Tent at Fort Custer, Montana

Medicine Pipe in Cavalry Uniform Mounted on a Horse; Man Identified as Two Whistle Stands at the Door of a Sibley Tent at Fort Custer, Montana. LIBI_00263_07840; A photograph 9 1/2” x 7 1/4" mounted on a 10" x 8' card.  The photograph is in fair condition. It shows a mounted Indian scout dressed in a cavalry uniform of the 1880's. He is identified on the back of the photograph as Medicine Pipe.  The background shows three Sibley tents and a male Indian with one arm tentatively identified as Two Whistle.  A handwritten note on verso reads: “Two Whistles (?)- one armed man”, written in blue ink, and “mont-soldier = Medicine Pipe (Big Medicine?)” written in pencil.  The words “killer of Proud Bear” (presumably relating to Big Medicine) are crossed out. The words “Fort Custer” are written upside-down along the bottom in blue ink. The photograph was taken at Fort Custer, MT, circa 1885. It is in fair condition ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00263_07840, Unknown Photographer, "Medicine Pipe in Cavalry Uniform Mounted on a Horse; Man Identified as Two Whistle Stands at the Door of a S

Medicine Pipe in Cavalry Uniform Mounted on a Horse; Man Identified as Two Whistle Stands at the Door of a Sibley Tent at Fort Custer, Montana

Group of Crow Indians in Ceremonial Dress at Fort Custer. LIBI_00251_07817; A cabinet photograph is 5 1/2" x 4 1/2". This image depicts a group of Crow in ceremonial dress. A handwritten note in black in on verso reads: “Crow Indians Fort Custer”. It may depict a similar incident to that depicted in LIBI_00251_07816. This image is in good condition. It was taken by an unknown photographer circa 1897.  ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00251_07817, Unknown Photographer, "Group of Crow Indians in Ceremonial Dress at Fort Custer," circa 1897.

Group of Crow Indians in Ceremonial Dress at Fort Custer

Group of Crow Indians in Ceremonial Dress at Fort Custer. LIBI_00251_07817; A cabinet photograph is 5 1/2" x 4 1/2". This image depicts a group of Crow in ceremonial dress. A handwritten note in black in on verso reads: “Crow Indians Fort Custer”. It may depict a similar incident to that depicted in LIBI_00251_07816. This image is in good condition. It was taken by an unknown photographer circa 1897.  ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00251_07817, Unknown Photographer, "Group of Crow Indians in Ceremonial Dress at Fort Custer," circa 1897.

Group of Crow Indians in Ceremonial Dress at Fort Custer

Crow Indians Dance, Perhaps the War Dance at Fort Custer, Montana. LIBI_00251_07816; A cabinet photograph is 5 1/2" x 4 1/2". This image depicts a group of Crow in ceremonial dress. A handwritten note on verso reads: “Crow Indians ‘War Dance’ at Fort Custer, Mont.” It was taken by an unknown photographer circa 1897. This image is in good condition. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00251_07816, Unknown Photographer, "Crow Indians Dance, Perhaps the War Dance at Fort Custer, Montana," circa 1897.

Crow Indians Dance, Perhaps the War Dance at Fort Custer, Montana

Crow Indians Dance, Perhaps the War Dance at Fort Custer, Montana. LIBI_00251_07816; A cabinet photograph is 5 1/2" x 4 1/2". This image depicts a group of Crow in ceremonial dress. A handwritten note on verso reads: “Crow Indians ‘War Dance’ at Fort Custer, Mont.” It was taken by an unknown photographer circa 1897. This image is in good condition. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00251_07816, Unknown Photographer, "Crow Indians Dance, Perhaps the War Dance at Fort Custer, Montana," circa 1897.

Crow Indians Dance, Perhaps the War Dance at Fort Custer, Montana

'Double Exposure of the Stone Markers on Last Stand Hill. LIBI_00251_07815; A cabinet photograph; 5 3/8" x 4 13/16". This image depicts the group of markers on Last Stand Hill. The iron fence around the Custer Monument is visible in the background. This created with double exposure. There is a faint outline of a figure on a horse near the fence around the Custer monument. There are other faint outlines in the back of the photo. On the verso there is a printed explanation of the image. The image is copyrighted in June of 1879 to Frank Purcell of Billings, Montana. ; photographic;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00251_07815, Frank Purcell, "'Double Exposure of the Stone Markers on Last Stand Hill," circa June 1879.

'Double Exposure of the Stone Markers on Last Stand Hill

'Double Exposure of the Stone Markers on Last Stand Hill. LIBI_00251_07815; A cabinet photograph; 5 3/8" x 4 13/16". This image depicts the group of markers on Last Stand Hill. The iron fence around the Custer Monument is visible in the background. This created with double exposure. There is a faint outline of a figure on a horse near the fence around the Custer monument. There are other faint outlines in the back of the photo. On the verso there is a printed explanation of the image. The image is copyrighted in June of 1879 to Frank Purcell of Billings, Montana. ; photographic;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00251_07815, Frank Purcell, "'Double Exposure of the Stone Markers on Last Stand Hill," circa June 1879.

'Double Exposure of the Stone Markers on Last Stand Hill

Curly in Jacket with Blanket Wrapped Around His Waist. LIBI _00218_07060; Photo is black and white, sepia toned, mounted on card. This image depicts Curley, Custer's scout.  Curley standing full length posed as if done in a studio with right hand on a pedestal, left hand on hip.  A chair with hat on it appears to the right.  Image is faded, but clear and unscratched. A printed label pasted along the bottom mount reads “General Custer’s Scout [illegible] of that Horrible Massacre.” The verso has “D.F. Barry Photographer, Bismarck, D.T.”  printed in red.; print, photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00218_07060, D. F. Barry, "Curly in Jacket with Blanket Wrapped Around His Waist," date unknown.

Curly in Jacket with Blanket Wrapped Around His Waist

Curly in Jacket with Blanket Wrapped Around His Waist. LIBI _00218_07060; Photo is black and white, sepia toned, mounted on card. This image depicts Curley, Custer's scout.  Curley standing full length posed as if done in a studio with right hand on a pedestal, left hand on hip.  A chair with hat on it appears to the right.  Image is faded, but clear and unscratched. A printed label pasted along the bottom mount reads “General Custer’s Scout [illegible] of that Horrible Massacre.” The verso has “D.F. Barry Photographer, Bismarck, D.T.”  printed in red.; print, photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00218_07060, D. F. Barry, "Curly in Jacket with Blanket Wrapped Around His Waist," date unknown.

Curly in Jacket with Blanket Wrapped Around His Waist

People Among the Custer Group of Markers on Last Stand Hill. LIBI_00195_06971; Black and white photo postcard. This image depicts people scattered among the markers of the Custer Group on Last Stand Hill. The Custer Monument surrounded by an iron fence is visible in the background. A flag is at half-mast. A handwritten note along the top mount reads: “Custer Battlefield”. The word “Smith” is written in pencil in the left corner of the mount. On verso, a pencil note reads: “Custer Battlefield”.  The image was taken by an unknown photographer on an unknown date.  There are some stains on it. ; print, photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00195_06971, Unknown Photographer, "People Among the Custer Group of Markers on Last Stand Hill," date unknown.

People Among the Custer Group of Markers on Last Stand Hill

People Among the Custer Group of Markers on Last Stand Hill. LIBI_00195_06971; Black and white photo postcard. This image depicts people scattered among the markers of the Custer Group on Last Stand Hill. The Custer Monument surrounded by an iron fence is visible in the background. A flag is at half-mast. A handwritten note along the top mount reads: “Custer Battlefield”. The word “Smith” is written in pencil in the left corner of the mount. On verso, a pencil note reads: “Custer Battlefield”.  The image was taken by an unknown photographer on an unknown date.  There are some stains on it. ; print, photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00195_06971, Unknown Photographer, "People Among the Custer Group of Markers on Last Stand Hill," date unknown.

People Among the Custer Group of Markers on Last Stand Hill

Cars Parked at the Battlefield. LIBI_00195_06970; Black & white photo post-card. This image depicts a view of the battlefield. Cars and horses crowd the foreground. The cemetery and Superintendent’s Lodge are visible in the background. The photo was taken from Custer Hill. A handwritten note in white along the bottom reads: Custer Battle, June 1917”. A pencil note in the upper left corner says: “Smith”. The image is worn and has stains. The image was taken by an unknown photographer. ; print, photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00195_06970, Unknown Photographer, "Cars Parked at the Battlefield," circa 1917.

Cars Parked at the Battlefield

Cars Parked at the Battlefield. LIBI_00195_06970; Black & white photo post-card. This image depicts a view of the battlefield. Cars and horses crowd the foreground. The cemetery and Superintendent’s Lodge are visible in the background. The photo was taken from Custer Hill. A handwritten note in white along the bottom reads: Custer Battle, June 1917”. A pencil note in the upper left corner says: “Smith”. The image is worn and has stains. The image was taken by an unknown photographer. ; print, photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00195_06970, Unknown Photographer, "Cars Parked at the Battlefield," circa 1917.

Cars Parked at the Battlefield

View of the Memorial on Custer Hill. LIBI_00312_11274; ONE ALBUMEN CABINET VIEW OF THE MEMORIAL ON CUSTER HILL. PORTIONS OF FOUR PEOPLE AND ONE DOG HAVE BEEN BLOCKED OUT.; Album, Photograph;Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00312_11274, Unknown Photographer, "View of the Memorial on Custer Hill," date unknown

View of the Memorial on Custer Hill

View of the Memorial on Custer Hill. LIBI_00312_11274; ONE ALBUMEN CABINET VIEW OF THE MEMORIAL ON CUSTER HILL. PORTIONS OF FOUR PEOPLE AND ONE DOG HAVE BEEN BLOCKED OUT.; Album, Photograph;Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00312_11274, Unknown Photographer, "View of the Memorial on Custer Hill," date unknown

View of the Memorial on Custer Hill

View of the Monument on Custer Hill. LIBI_00312_11273; ONE ALBUMEN CABINET VIEW OF THE MONUMENT ON CUSTER HILL. ONE MAN AND A DOG TO THE LEFT, ONE MAN TO THE RIGHT. THE MONUMENT IS BADLY CHIPPED.; Album, Photograph;Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00312_11273, Unknown Photographer, "View of the Monument on Custer Hill," date unknown

View of the Monument on Custer Hill

View of the Monument on Custer Hill. LIBI_00312_11273; ONE ALBUMEN CABINET VIEW OF THE MONUMENT ON CUSTER HILL. ONE MAN AND A DOG TO THE LEFT, ONE MAN TO THE RIGHT. THE MONUMENT IS BADLY CHIPPED.; Album, Photograph;Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00312_11273, Unknown Photographer, "View of the Monument on Custer Hill," date unknown

View of the Monument on Custer Hill

Gathering of Sioux Waiting for the Distribution of Rations at the Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota. LIBI_00312_11195; Mounted alumen cabinet photo. This image depicts a group of people gathered in an open area among buildings. The people are a gathering of Sioux at Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota. They are waiting for the distribution of rations. One of the buildings visible is the post trader store where Rain in The Face was arrested by Tom Custer. A label attached to the mount reads: “No. 4. Gathering of Sioux Indians at Standing Rock Agency, N.Dak. on Day when Rations were being Issued.” This image was produced by D.F. Barry, circa 1885. It is an original image. ; album, photograph;Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00312_11195, D. F. Barry, "Gathering of Sioux Waiting for the Distribution of Rations at the Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota," circa 1885.

Gathering of Sioux Waiting for the Distribution of Rations at the Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota

Gathering of Sioux Waiting for the Distribution of Rations at the Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota. LIBI_00312_11195; Mounted alumen cabinet photo. This image depicts a group of people gathered in an open area among buildings. The people are a gathering of Sioux at Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota. They are waiting for the distribution of rations. One of the buildings visible is the post trader store where Rain in The Face was arrested by Tom Custer. A label attached to the mount reads: “No. 4. Gathering of Sioux Indians at Standing Rock Agency, N.Dak. on Day when Rations were being Issued.” This image was produced by D.F. Barry, circa 1885. It is an original image. ; album, photograph;Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00312_11195, D. F. Barry, "Gathering of Sioux Waiting for the Distribution of Rations at the Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota," circa 1885.

Gathering of Sioux Waiting for the Distribution of Rations at the Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota

Dick Parr in a Large Hat. LIBI_00312_11111; Albumen print. This image depicts Dick Parr. He is wearing a large, wide-brimmed hat, a checkered neckerchief and a decorated shirt. The words: “ “Dick” Parr, Chief of the Scouts with Gen. Sheridan & Custer, in the far West.” are printed below the image. The mark for the Kern Brothers Photographic and Art Studio is on the verso. A handwritten note in the upper right corner reads: “11-25-05”. This image came in an envelope with the written description: “Dick Parr Chief of the Scouts with Gen. Sheridan and Custer”. The envelope was from the New York Department of Health.” This image was created by the Kerns Brothers Photographic Art Studio, circa November 25, 1905. ; album, photograph;Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00312_11111, Kern Brothers Photographic and Art Studio, "Dick Parr in a Large Hat," circa November 25, 1905.

Dick Parr in a Large Hat

Dick Parr in a Large Hat. LIBI_00312_11111; Albumen print. This image depicts Dick Parr. He is wearing a large, wide-brimmed hat, a checkered neckerchief and a decorated shirt. The words: “ “Dick” Parr, Chief of the Scouts with Gen. Sheridan & Custer, in the far West.” are printed below the image. The mark for the Kern Brothers Photographic and Art Studio is on the verso. A handwritten note in the upper right corner reads: “11-25-05”. This image came in an envelope with the written description: “Dick Parr Chief of the Scouts with Gen. Sheridan and Custer”. The envelope was from the New York Department of Health.” This image was created by the Kerns Brothers Photographic Art Studio, circa November 25, 1905. ; album, photograph;Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00312_11111, Kern Brothers Photographic and Art Studio, "Dick Parr in a Large Hat," circa November 25, 1905.

Dick Parr in a Large Hat