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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
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
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. 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
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
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.
Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer. LIBI_00011_07098; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) of General George A. Custer, originally taken in 1865 by Mathew Brady. Custer is wearing a Major General's uniform. National Archives identification number in lower left-hand corner is B-4509. Reverse has typewritten script indicating Custer Rank as Brevet Major General.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07098, Mathew B. Brady, "Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer," 1865
Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07098; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) of General George A. Custer, originally taken in 1865 by Mathew Brady. Custer is wearing a Major General's uniform. National Archives identification number in lower left-hand corner is B-4509. Reverse has typewritten script indicating Custer Rank as Brevet Major General.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07098, Mathew B. Brady, "Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer," 1865
Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer. LIBI_00011_07098; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) of General George A. Custer, originally taken in 1865 by Mathew Brady. Custer is wearing a Major General's uniform. National Archives identification number in lower left-hand corner is B-4509. Reverse has typewritten script indicating Custer Rank as Brevet Major General.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07098, Mathew B. Brady, "Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer," 1865
Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07098; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) of General George A. Custer, originally taken in 1865 by Mathew Brady. Custer is wearing a Major General's uniform. National Archives identification number in lower left-hand corner is B-4509. Reverse has typewritten script indicating Custer Rank as Brevet Major General.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07098, Mathew B. Brady, "Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer," 1865
Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife. LIBI_00011_07099; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) depicting General Custer and the hunting party that killed a grizzly bear - first grizzly Custer had ever killed; "Bloody Knife, Gen. Custer, Pvt. Noonon and Col. Ludlom" notation is apparent on print; originally photographed in 1874, by William H. Illingworth.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07099, W. H. Illingworth, "Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Colonel William Ludlow, and Private John Noonan," 1874
Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07099; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) depicting General Custer and the hunting party that killed a grizzly bear - first grizzly Custer had ever killed; "Bloody Knife, Gen. Custer, Pvt. Noonon and Col. Ludlom" notation is apparent on print; originally photographed in 1874, by William H. Illingworth.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07099, W. H. Illingworth, "Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Colonel William Ludlow, and Private John Noonan," 1874
Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife. LIBI_00011_07099; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) depicting General Custer and the hunting party that killed a grizzly bear - first grizzly Custer had ever killed; "Bloody Knife, Gen. Custer, Pvt. Noonon and Col. Ludlom" notation is apparent on print; originally photographed in 1874, by William H. Illingworth.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07099, W. H. Illingworth, "Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Colonel William Ludlow, and Private John Noonan," 1874
Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07099; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) depicting General Custer and the hunting party that killed a grizzly bear - first grizzly Custer had ever killed; "Bloody Knife, Gen. Custer, Pvt. Noonon and Col. Ludlom" notation is apparent on print; originally photographed in 1874, by William H. Illingworth.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07099, W. H. Illingworth, "Grizzly Bear Hunt—Bloody Knife, General George Armstrong Custer, Colonel William Ludlow, and Private John Noonan," 1874
Elizabeth Bacon Custer. LIBI_00011_07100; A black-and-white photograph of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer in 1874, photographer Orlando S. Goff, copyrighted by D. F. Barry, bust view.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07100, D. F. Barry, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Bust View," 1874
Elizabeth Bacon Custer
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07100; A black-and-white photograph of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer in 1874, photographer Orlando S. Goff, copyrighted by D. F. Barry, bust view.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07100, D. F. Barry, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Bust View," 1874
Elizabeth Bacon Custer. LIBI_00011_07100; A black-and-white photograph of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer in 1874, photographer Orlando S. Goff, copyrighted by D. F. Barry, bust view.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07100, D. F. Barry, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Bust View," 1874
Elizabeth Bacon Custer
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07100; A black-and-white photograph of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer in 1874, photographer Orlando S. Goff, copyrighted by D. F. Barry, bust view.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07100, D. F. Barry, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Bust View," 1874
First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform. LIBI_00011_07101; A black-and-white photograph of Tom Custer as 1st Lt. In full-dress uniform wearing his 2 Medal of Honors; photographer is unknown, circa 1873-1875; reverse has D. F. Barry label.  [note: Captain Custer was killed while commanding Company C.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07101, D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform," circa 1873-1875
First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07101; A black-and-white photograph of Tom Custer as 1st Lt. In full-dress uniform wearing his 2 Medal of Honors; photographer is unknown, circa 1873-1875; reverse has D. F. Barry label. [note: Captain Custer was killed while commanding Company C.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07101, D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform," circa 1873-1875
First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform. LIBI_00011_07101; A black-and-white photograph of Tom Custer as 1st Lt. In full-dress uniform wearing his 2 Medal of Honors; photographer is unknown, circa 1873-1875; reverse has D. F. Barry label.  [note: Captain Custer was killed while commanding Company C.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07101, D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform," circa 1873-1875
First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07101; A black-and-white photograph of Tom Custer as 1st Lt. In full-dress uniform wearing his 2 Medal of Honors; photographer is unknown, circa 1873-1875; reverse has D. F. Barry label. [note: Captain Custer was killed while commanding Company C.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07101, D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer in Full Dress Uniform," circa 1873-1875
Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform. LIBI_00011_07107; A black-and-white photograph of Sgt. John Martini in full-dress uniform, view is 3/4 standing, copyrighted by D. F. Barry. Photograph was taken about 1895; Barry label on the verso of print. Martini carried the last known message from Custer.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07107, D. F. Barry, "Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform," 1895
Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07107; A black-and-white photograph of Sgt. John Martini in full-dress uniform, view is 3/4 standing, copyrighted by D. F. Barry. Photograph was taken about 1895; Barry label on the verso of print. Martini carried the last known message from Custer.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07107, D. F. Barry, "Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform," 1895
Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform. LIBI_00011_07107; A black-and-white photograph of Sgt. John Martini in full-dress uniform, view is 3/4 standing, copyrighted by D. F. Barry. Photograph was taken about 1895; Barry label on the verso of print. Martini carried the last known message from Custer.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07107, D. F. Barry, "Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform," 1895
Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07107; A black-and-white photograph of Sgt. John Martini in full-dress uniform, view is 3/4 standing, copyrighted by D. F. Barry. Photograph was taken about 1895; Barry label on the verso of print. Martini carried the last known message from Custer.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07107, D. F. Barry, "Sergeant John Martini in Full-Dress Uniform," 1895
Moses Milner,  Half View in Civilian Clothes with Pipe.. LIBI_00011_07115; A sepia-toned photograph of Moses Milner; copyright by D.F. Barry, circa 1868;  Barry label on verso.  Milner is shown half-view in civilian clothes with his pipe in his mouth.  [Note: Milner served with Custer as a scout during the Washita campaign and is frequently mentioned in Custer's book, "my life on the plain".  Milner was scout for Crook in 1876.  He was shot and killed at Camp Robinson Neb.  In October 1876 over a quarrel.  A romanticized biography is Joe E. Milner and Earle R. Forrest,  California Joe, noted scout and Indian fighter.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07115, D. F. Barry, "Moses Milner, Half View in Civilian Clothes with Pipe," circa 1868
Moses Milner, Half View in Civilian Clothes with Pipe.
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07115; A sepia-toned photograph of Moses Milner; copyright by D.F. Barry, circa 1868; Barry label on verso. Milner is shown half-view in civilian clothes with his pipe in his mouth. [Note: Milner served with Custer as a scout during the Washita campaign and is frequently mentioned in Custer's book, "my life on the plain". Milner was scout for Crook in 1876. He was shot and killed at Camp Robinson Neb. In October 1876 over a quarrel. A romanticized biography is Joe E. Milner and Earle R. Forrest, California Joe, noted scout and Indian fighter.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07115, D. F. Barry, "Moses Milner, Half View in Civilian Clothes with Pipe," circa 1868
Moses Milner,  Half View in Civilian Clothes with Pipe.. LIBI_00011_07115; A sepia-toned photograph of Moses Milner; copyright by D.F. Barry, circa 1868;  Barry label on verso.  Milner is shown half-view in civilian clothes with his pipe in his mouth.  [Note: Milner served with Custer as a scout during the Washita campaign and is frequently mentioned in Custer's book, "my life on the plain".  Milner was scout for Crook in 1876.  He was shot and killed at Camp Robinson Neb.  In October 1876 over a quarrel.  A romanticized biography is Joe E. Milner and Earle R. Forrest,  California Joe, noted scout and Indian fighter.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07115, D. F. Barry, "Moses Milner, Half View in Civilian Clothes with Pipe," circa 1868
Moses Milner, Half View in Civilian Clothes with Pipe.
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07115; A sepia-toned photograph of Moses Milner; copyright by D.F. Barry, circa 1868; Barry label on verso. Milner is shown half-view in civilian clothes with his pipe in his mouth. [Note: Milner served with Custer as a scout during the Washita campaign and is frequently mentioned in Custer's book, "my life on the plain". Milner was scout for Crook in 1876. He was shot and killed at Camp Robinson Neb. In October 1876 over a quarrel. A romanticized biography is Joe E. Milner and Earle R. Forrest, California Joe, noted scout and Indian fighter.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07115, D. F. Barry, "Moses Milner, Half View in Civilian Clothes with Pipe," circa 1868
Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill After its Completion. LIBI_00011_07116; A black-and-white photograph of the Custer monument; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on verso of print; captured circa 1881, after its completion.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07116, D. F. Barry, "Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill After its Completion," circa 1881
Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill After its Completion
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07116; A black-and-white photograph of the Custer monument; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on verso of print; captured circa 1881, after its completion.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07116, D. F. Barry, "Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill After its Completion," circa 1881
Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill After its Completion. LIBI_00011_07116; A black-and-white photograph of the Custer monument; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on verso of print; captured circa 1881, after its completion.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07116, D. F. Barry, "Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill After its Completion," circa 1881
Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill After its Completion
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07116; A black-and-white photograph of the Custer monument; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on verso of print; captured circa 1881, after its completion.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07116, D. F. Barry, "Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill After its Completion," circa 1881
Comanche: The Horse that Survived the Little Bighorn. LIBI_00011_07119; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction) of Comanche; holding Comanche is farrier Coffiel in image; originally created circa 1880. On the verso, a typewritten notation describes Comanche by Captain E.S. Luce, later supt. Of Custer battlefield.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07119, Unknown Photographer, "Comanche: The Horse that Survived the Little Bighorn," circa 1880
Comanche: The Horse that Survived the Little Bighorn
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07119; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction) of Comanche; holding Comanche is farrier Coffiel in image; originally created circa 1880. On the verso, a typewritten notation describes Comanche by Captain E.S. Luce, later supt. Of Custer battlefield.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07119, Unknown Photographer, "Comanche: The Horse that Survived the Little Bighorn," circa 1880
Comanche: The Horse that Survived the Little Bighorn. LIBI_00011_07119; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction) of Comanche; holding Comanche is farrier Coffiel in image; originally created circa 1880. On the verso, a typewritten notation describes Comanche by Captain E.S. Luce, later supt. Of Custer battlefield.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07119, Unknown Photographer, "Comanche: The Horse that Survived the Little Bighorn," circa 1880
Comanche: The Horse that Survived the Little Bighorn
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07119; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction) of Comanche; holding Comanche is farrier Coffiel in image; originally created circa 1880. On the verso, a typewritten notation describes Comanche by Captain E.S. Luce, later supt. Of Custer battlefield.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07119, Unknown Photographer, "Comanche: The Horse that Survived the Little Bighorn," circa 1880
Trader's Store, Standing Rock Agency, Dakota Territory. LIBI_00011_07123; A black-and-white (possibly sepia toned) photograph of trader's store, Standing Rock Agency D.T., with an insert (using double exposure method) of Captain George Yates on top left of print; captured by D. F. Barry, circa 1885.  On the verso of print, a handwritten ink notation reads, "Trader's store in the Standing Rock Agency, D.T. x this is the store in Capt. Custer and Capt. Yates arrested Rain in the Face, that later caused the big fabrication of personal animosity or enmity between Capt. Custer and Rain in the Face, and that on June 25, 1876 Rain in the Face cut the heart out of Capt. Custer and ate it. Utterly false as the Indians never knew they fought the US. Cavalry on June 25th. They thought it was General Crooks troops, when they had defeated a week previous."; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07123, D. F. Barry, "Trader's Store, Standing Rock Agency, Dakota Territory," circa 1885
Trader's Store, Standing Rock Agency, Dakota Territory
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07123; A black-and-white (possibly sepia toned) photograph of trader's store, Standing Rock Agency D.T., with an insert (using double exposure method) of Captain George Yates on top left of print; captured by D. F. Barry, circa 1885. On the verso of print, a handwritten ink notation reads, "Trader's store in the Standing Rock Agency, D.T. x this is the store in Capt. Custer and Capt. Yates arrested Rain in the Face, that later caused the big fabrication of personal animosity or enmity between Capt. Custer and Rain in the Face, and that on June 25, 1876 Rain in the Face cut the heart out of Capt. Custer and ate it. Utterly false as the Indians never knew they fought the US. Cavalry on June 25th. They thought it was General Crooks troops, when they had defeated a week previous."; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07123, D. F. Barry, "Trader's Store, Standing Rock Agency, Dakota Territory," circa 1885
Trader's Store, Standing Rock Agency, Dakota Territory. LIBI_00011_07123; A black-and-white (possibly sepia toned) photograph of trader's store, Standing Rock Agency D.T., with an insert (using double exposure method) of Captain George Yates on top left of print; captured by D. F. Barry, circa 1885.  On the verso of print, a handwritten ink notation reads, "Trader's store in the Standing Rock Agency, D.T. x this is the store in Capt. Custer and Capt. Yates arrested Rain in the Face, that later caused the big fabrication of personal animosity or enmity between Capt. Custer and Rain in the Face, and that on June 25, 1876 Rain in the Face cut the heart out of Capt. Custer and ate it. Utterly false as the Indians never knew they fought the US. Cavalry on June 25th. They thought it was General Crooks troops, when they had defeated a week previous."; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07123, D. F. Barry, "Trader's Store, Standing Rock Agency, Dakota Territory," circa 1885
Trader's Store, Standing Rock Agency, Dakota Territory
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07123; A black-and-white (possibly sepia toned) photograph of trader's store, Standing Rock Agency D.T., with an insert (using double exposure method) of Captain George Yates on top left of print; captured by D. F. Barry, circa 1885. On the verso of print, a handwritten ink notation reads, "Trader's store in the Standing Rock Agency, D.T. x this is the store in Capt. Custer and Capt. Yates arrested Rain in the Face, that later caused the big fabrication of personal animosity or enmity between Capt. Custer and Rain in the Face, and that on June 25, 1876 Rain in the Face cut the heart out of Capt. Custer and ate it. Utterly false as the Indians never knew they fought the US. Cavalry on June 25th. They thought it was General Crooks troops, when they had defeated a week previous."; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07123, D. F. Barry, "Trader's Store, Standing Rock Agency, Dakota Territory," circa 1885
General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer at Wilbur Maclean's Writing Desk. LIBI_00011_07124; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) showing General and Mrs. Custer in their study; originally captured circa 1874, by Orlando S. Goff; the print is torn down the middle, and mended with non-archival pressure tape. On the verso of print, a handwritten ink notation reads, "Note: the table on which General Custer is writing was the table on which General Robert E. Lee, C. S. A.  signed the articles of surrender on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Virginia. This table was the property of Mr. Mclean and was purchased by Gen. P.H. Sheridan U.S.A. for 20 dollars and given to Gen. Custer as a present to Mrs. Custer."  [Note: to clarify the note on the back of the photograph, the table Custer received from Sheridan was the one that Grant used to draw up the surrender terms. Custer did not receive the marble top table used by Lee.]; ; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07124, Orlando Scott Goff, "General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer at Wilbur Maclean's Writing Desk," circa 1874
General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer at Wilbur Maclean's Writing Desk
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07124; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) showing General and Mrs. Custer in their study; originally captured circa 1874, by Orlando S. Goff; the print is torn down the middle, and mended with non-archival pressure tape. On the verso of print, a handwritten ink notation reads, "Note: the table on which General Custer is writing was the table on which General Robert E. Lee, C. S. A. signed the articles of surrender on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Virginia. This table was the property of Mr. Mclean and was purchased by Gen. P.H. Sheridan U.S.A. for 20 dollars and given to Gen. Custer as a present to Mrs. Custer." [Note: to clarify the note on the back of the photograph, the table Custer received from Sheridan was the one that Grant used to draw up the surrender terms. Custer did not receive the marble top table used by Lee.]; ; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07124, Orlando Scott Goff, "General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer at Wilbur Maclean's Writing Desk," circa 1874
General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer at Wilbur Maclean's Writing Desk. LIBI_00011_07124; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) showing General and Mrs. Custer in their study; originally captured circa 1874, by Orlando S. Goff; the print is torn down the middle, and mended with non-archival pressure tape. On the verso of print, a handwritten ink notation reads, "Note: the table on which General Custer is writing was the table on which General Robert E. Lee, C. S. A.  signed the articles of surrender on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Virginia. This table was the property of Mr. Mclean and was purchased by Gen. P.H. Sheridan U.S.A. for 20 dollars and given to Gen. Custer as a present to Mrs. Custer."  [Note: to clarify the note on the back of the photograph, the table Custer received from Sheridan was the one that Grant used to draw up the surrender terms. Custer did not receive the marble top table used by Lee.]; ; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07124, Orlando Scott Goff, "General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer at Wilbur Maclean's Writing Desk," circa 1874
General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer at Wilbur Maclean's Writing Desk
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07124; A black-and-white photograph (reproduction print) showing General and Mrs. Custer in their study; originally captured circa 1874, by Orlando S. Goff; the print is torn down the middle, and mended with non-archival pressure tape. On the verso of print, a handwritten ink notation reads, "Note: the table on which General Custer is writing was the table on which General Robert E. Lee, C. S. A. signed the articles of surrender on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Virginia. This table was the property of Mr. Mclean and was purchased by Gen. P.H. Sheridan U.S.A. for 20 dollars and given to Gen. Custer as a present to Mrs. Custer." [Note: to clarify the note on the back of the photograph, the table Custer received from Sheridan was the one that Grant used to draw up the surrender terms. Custer did not receive the marble top table used by Lee.]; ; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07124, Orlando Scott Goff, "General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer at Wilbur Maclean's Writing Desk," circa 1874
Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence. LIBI_00011_07125; An albumen photograph, mounted on card or board, of officers and friends assembled in front of Custer home in 1873; by Orlando S. Goff; signed by E.S. Godfrey on the verso. A typewritten notation is adhered to the verso of print, which identifies the people as follows: Front row left to right lt. Bronson 6th inf. Capt. George Wallace, 7th cav.  Lt. Col George Custer 7th cav. Lt. Hodgson 7th cav.  Mrs. George Custer, Mrs.  Agnes Bates, Lt. Charles Varnum 7th cav. Captain Thomas McDougall, 7th cav., Capt. Geo. Yates 7th cav., Lt. Col. Wm Carlin  6th inf., Mrs. McIntosh.  Seated second row: Mrs. James Calhoun, Mrs. Moylan, Capt. Miles Moylan 7th cav., Lt. Donald McIntosh 7th cav.  Rear row left to right: Mrs. Thomas McDougall Capt. James Poland 6th Inf.  Lt. Wm. Badger 6th inf. Mr. Charles Thompson (son of Capt. Thompson 7th Cav)  Mrs. George Yates,  Capt. Tom Custer 7th cav.  Capt. Wm. Thompson 7th cav.  [Note: typescript dates picture as 1876, but cannot be as this is  the first Custer house which burned in Feb. 1874.  Many of the people are misidentified, but have been correctly identified in description.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07125, Orlando Scott Goff, "Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence," 1873
Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07125; An albumen photograph, mounted on card or board, of officers and friends assembled in front of Custer home in 1873; by Orlando S. Goff; signed by E.S. Godfrey on the verso. A typewritten notation is adhered to the verso of print, which identifies the people as follows: Front row left to right lt. Bronson 6th inf. Capt. George Wallace, 7th cav. Lt. Col George Custer 7th cav. Lt. Hodgson 7th cav. Mrs. George Custer, Mrs. Agnes Bates, Lt. Charles Varnum 7th cav. Captain Thomas McDougall, 7th cav., Capt. Geo. Yates 7th cav., Lt. Col. Wm Carlin 6th inf., Mrs. McIntosh. Seated second row: Mrs. James Calhoun, Mrs. Moylan, Capt. Miles Moylan 7th cav., Lt. Donald McIntosh 7th cav. Rear row left to right: Mrs. Thomas McDougall Capt. James Poland 6th Inf. Lt. Wm. Badger 6th inf. Mr. Charles Thompson (son of Capt. Thompson 7th Cav) Mrs. George Yates, Capt. Tom Custer 7th cav. Capt. Wm. Thompson 7th cav. [Note: typescript dates picture as 1876, but cannot be as this is the first Custer house which burned in Feb. 1874. Many of the people are misidentified, but have been correctly identified in description.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07125, Orlando Scott Goff, "Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence," 1873
Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence. LIBI_00011_07125; An albumen photograph, mounted on card or board, of officers and friends assembled in front of Custer home in 1873; by Orlando S. Goff; signed by E.S. Godfrey on the verso. A typewritten notation is adhered to the verso of print, which identifies the people as follows: Front row left to right lt. Bronson 6th inf. Capt. George Wallace, 7th cav.  Lt. Col George Custer 7th cav. Lt. Hodgson 7th cav.  Mrs. George Custer, Mrs.  Agnes Bates, Lt. Charles Varnum 7th cav. Captain Thomas McDougall, 7th cav., Capt. Geo. Yates 7th cav., Lt. Col. Wm Carlin  6th inf., Mrs. McIntosh.  Seated second row: Mrs. James Calhoun, Mrs. Moylan, Capt. Miles Moylan 7th cav., Lt. Donald McIntosh 7th cav.  Rear row left to right: Mrs. Thomas McDougall Capt. James Poland 6th Inf.  Lt. Wm. Badger 6th inf. Mr. Charles Thompson (son of Capt. Thompson 7th Cav)  Mrs. George Yates,  Capt. Tom Custer 7th cav.  Capt. Wm. Thompson 7th cav.  [Note: typescript dates picture as 1876, but cannot be as this is  the first Custer house which burned in Feb. 1874.  Many of the people are misidentified, but have been correctly identified in description.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07125, Orlando Scott Goff, "Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence," 1873
Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07125; An albumen photograph, mounted on card or board, of officers and friends assembled in front of Custer home in 1873; by Orlando S. Goff; signed by E.S. Godfrey on the verso. A typewritten notation is adhered to the verso of print, which identifies the people as follows: Front row left to right lt. Bronson 6th inf. Capt. George Wallace, 7th cav. Lt. Col George Custer 7th cav. Lt. Hodgson 7th cav. Mrs. George Custer, Mrs. Agnes Bates, Lt. Charles Varnum 7th cav. Captain Thomas McDougall, 7th cav., Capt. Geo. Yates 7th cav., Lt. Col. Wm Carlin 6th inf., Mrs. McIntosh. Seated second row: Mrs. James Calhoun, Mrs. Moylan, Capt. Miles Moylan 7th cav., Lt. Donald McIntosh 7th cav. Rear row left to right: Mrs. Thomas McDougall Capt. James Poland 6th Inf. Lt. Wm. Badger 6th inf. Mr. Charles Thompson (son of Capt. Thompson 7th Cav) Mrs. George Yates, Capt. Tom Custer 7th cav. Capt. Wm. Thompson 7th cav. [Note: typescript dates picture as 1876, but cannot be as this is the first Custer house which burned in Feb. 1874. Many of the people are misidentified, but have been correctly identified in description.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07125, Orlando Scott Goff, "Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence," 1873
Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence. LIBI_00011_07125; An albumen photograph, mounted on card or board, of officers and friends assembled in front of Custer home in 1873; by Orlando S. Goff; signed by E.S. Godfrey on the verso. A typewritten notation is adhered to the verso of print, which identifies the people as follows: Front row left to right lt. Bronson 6th inf. Capt. George Wallace, 7th cav.  Lt. Col George Custer 7th cav. Lt. Hodgson 7th cav.  Mrs. George Custer, Mrs.  Agnes Bates, Lt. Charles Varnum 7th cav. Captain Thomas McDougall, 7th cav., Capt. Geo. Yates 7th cav., Lt. Col. Wm Carlin  6th inf., Mrs. McIntosh.  Seated second row: Mrs. James Calhoun, Mrs. Moylan, Capt. Miles Moylan 7th cav., Lt. Donald McIntosh 7th cav.  Rear row left to right: Mrs. Thomas McDougall Capt. James Poland 6th Inf.  Lt. Wm. Badger 6th inf. Mr. Charles Thompson (son of Capt. Thompson 7th Cav)  Mrs. George Yates,  Capt. Tom Custer 7th cav.  Capt. Wm. Thompson 7th cav.  [Note: typescript dates picture as 1876, but cannot be as this is  the first Custer house which burned in Feb. 1874.  Many of the people are misidentified, but have been correctly identified in description.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07125, Orlando Scott Goff, "Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence," 1873
Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07125; An albumen photograph, mounted on card or board, of officers and friends assembled in front of Custer home in 1873; by Orlando S. Goff; signed by E.S. Godfrey on the verso. A typewritten notation is adhered to the verso of print, which identifies the people as follows: Front row left to right lt. Bronson 6th inf. Capt. George Wallace, 7th cav. Lt. Col George Custer 7th cav. Lt. Hodgson 7th cav. Mrs. George Custer, Mrs. Agnes Bates, Lt. Charles Varnum 7th cav. Captain Thomas McDougall, 7th cav., Capt. Geo. Yates 7th cav., Lt. Col. Wm Carlin 6th inf., Mrs. McIntosh. Seated second row: Mrs. James Calhoun, Mrs. Moylan, Capt. Miles Moylan 7th cav., Lt. Donald McIntosh 7th cav. Rear row left to right: Mrs. Thomas McDougall Capt. James Poland 6th Inf. Lt. Wm. Badger 6th inf. Mr. Charles Thompson (son of Capt. Thompson 7th Cav) Mrs. George Yates, Capt. Tom Custer 7th cav. Capt. Wm. Thompson 7th cav. [Note: typescript dates picture as 1876, but cannot be as this is the first Custer house which burned in Feb. 1874. Many of the people are misidentified, but have been correctly identified in description.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07125, Orlando Scott Goff, "Officers and Friends in Front of Custer's Residence," 1873
Curly. LIBI_00011_07139; A sepia-toned photograph of Curley, the Crow Scout who served with Custer; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on the verso; created on unknown date.; ; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07139, D. F. Barry, "Curly," date unknown
Curly
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07139; A sepia-toned photograph of Curley, the Crow Scout who served with Custer; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on the verso; created on unknown date.; ; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07139, D. F. Barry, "Curly," date unknown
Curly. LIBI_00011_07139; A sepia-toned photograph of Curley, the Crow Scout who served with Custer; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on the verso; created on unknown date.; ; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07139, D. F. Barry, "Curly," date unknown
Curly
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07139; A sepia-toned photograph of Curley, the Crow Scout who served with Custer; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on the verso; created on unknown date.; ; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07139, D. F. Barry, "Curly," date unknown
Circling Bear,  a Hunkpapa Lakota. LIBI_00011_07140; A black-and-white photograph of Circling Bear, a Hunkpapa Sioux; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on the verso; created on unknown date.  [note: Circling Bear participated in the Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07140, D. F. Barry, "Circling Bear, a Hunkpapa Lakota," date unknown
Circling Bear, a Hunkpapa Lakota
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07140; A black-and-white photograph of Circling Bear, a Hunkpapa Sioux; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on the verso; created on unknown date. [note: Circling Bear participated in the Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07140, D. F. Barry, "Circling Bear, a Hunkpapa Lakota," date unknown
Circling Bear,  a Hunkpapa Lakota. LIBI_00011_07140; A black-and-white photograph of Circling Bear, a Hunkpapa Sioux; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on the verso; created on unknown date.  [note: Circling Bear participated in the Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07140, D. F. Barry, "Circling Bear, a Hunkpapa Lakota," date unknown
Circling Bear, a Hunkpapa Lakota
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07140; A black-and-white photograph of Circling Bear, a Hunkpapa Sioux; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label on the verso; created on unknown date. [note: Circling Bear participated in the Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07140, D. F. Barry, "Circling Bear, a Hunkpapa Lakota," date unknown
Low Dog,  Oglala Lakota. LIBI_00011_07142; A sepia-toned photograph of Oglala Sioux Chief Low Dog; copyrighted D. F. Barry; Barry label on verso; created on unknown date.  [note: Low Dog participated in Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07142, D. F. Barry, "Low Dog, Oglala Lakota," date unknown
Low Dog, Oglala Lakota
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07142; A sepia-toned photograph of Oglala Sioux Chief Low Dog; copyrighted D. F. Barry; Barry label on verso; created on unknown date. [note: Low Dog participated in Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07142, D. F. Barry, "Low Dog, Oglala Lakota," date unknown
Low Dog,  Oglala Lakota. LIBI_00011_07142; A sepia-toned photograph of Oglala Sioux Chief Low Dog; copyrighted D. F. Barry; Barry label on verso; created on unknown date.  [note: Low Dog participated in Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07142, D. F. Barry, "Low Dog, Oglala Lakota," date unknown
Low Dog, Oglala Lakota
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07142; A sepia-toned photograph of Oglala Sioux Chief Low Dog; copyrighted D. F. Barry; Barry label on verso; created on unknown date. [note: Low Dog participated in Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07142, D. F. Barry, "Low Dog, Oglala Lakota," date unknown
Rain in the Face. LIBI_00011_07145; A black-and-white photograph of Hunkpapa Chief, Rain in the Face; copyrighted by D. F. Barry, with professional label on verso; created on unknown date.  [note: Rain in the Face participated in the Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07145, D. F. Barry, "Rain in the Face," date unknown
Rain in the Face
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07145; A black-and-white photograph of Hunkpapa Chief, Rain in the Face; copyrighted by D. F. Barry, with professional label on verso; created on unknown date. [note: Rain in the Face participated in the Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07145, D. F. Barry, "Rain in the Face," date unknown
Rain in the Face. LIBI_00011_07145; A black-and-white photograph of Hunkpapa Chief, Rain in the Face; copyrighted by D. F. Barry, with professional label on verso; created on unknown date.  [note: Rain in the Face participated in the Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07145, D. F. Barry, "Rain in the Face," date unknown
Rain in the Face
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07145; A black-and-white photograph of Hunkpapa Chief, Rain in the Face; copyrighted by D. F. Barry, with professional label on verso; created on unknown date. [note: Rain in the Face participated in the Custer fight.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07145, D. F. Barry, "Rain in the Face," date unknown
Chief Gall. LIBI_00011_07147; Possible albumen photograph of Gall, a Hunkpapa chief; copyrighted by D. F. Barry, with professional label on verso; created on unknown date.  [Note: Gall participated in the Custer fight.  Picture taken circa 1881 while Gall was at Ft. Buford.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07147, D. F. Barry, "Chief Gall," date unknown
Chief Gall
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07147; Possible albumen photograph of Gall, a Hunkpapa chief; copyrighted by D. F. Barry, with professional label on verso; created on unknown date. [Note: Gall participated in the Custer fight. Picture taken circa 1881 while Gall was at Ft. Buford.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07147, D. F. Barry, "Chief Gall," date unknown
Chief Gall. LIBI_00011_07147; Possible albumen photograph of Gall, a Hunkpapa chief; copyrighted by D. F. Barry, with professional label on verso; created on unknown date.  [Note: Gall participated in the Custer fight.  Picture taken circa 1881 while Gall was at Ft. Buford.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07147, D. F. Barry, "Chief Gall," date unknown
Chief Gall
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07147; Possible albumen photograph of Gall, a Hunkpapa chief; copyrighted by D. F. Barry, with professional label on verso; created on unknown date. [Note: Gall participated in the Custer fight. Picture taken circa 1881 while Gall was at Ft. Buford.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07147, D. F. Barry, "Chief Gall," date unknown
Chief Gall, Bust View in Oval. LIBI_00011_07148; A black-and-white photograph of Gall, a Hunkpapa chief, who participated in the Custer fight; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label and one-page printed biographical sketch of Gall, on the verso; created on unknown date.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07148, D. F. Barry, "Chief Gall, Bust View in Oval," date unknown
Chief Gall, Bust View in Oval
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07148; A black-and-white photograph of Gall, a Hunkpapa chief, who participated in the Custer fight; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label and one-page printed biographical sketch of Gall, on the verso; created on unknown date.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07148, D. F. Barry, "Chief Gall, Bust View in Oval," date unknown
Chief Gall, Bust View in Oval. LIBI_00011_07148; A black-and-white photograph of Gall, a Hunkpapa chief, who participated in the Custer fight; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label and one-page printed biographical sketch of Gall, on the verso; created on unknown date.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07148, D. F. Barry, "Chief Gall, Bust View in Oval," date unknown
Chief Gall, Bust View in Oval
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07148; A black-and-white photograph of Gall, a Hunkpapa chief, who participated in the Custer fight; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; Barry label and one-page printed biographical sketch of Gall, on the verso; created on unknown date.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07148, D. F. Barry, "Chief Gall, Bust View in Oval," date unknown
Crow,  Hunkpapa Lakota. LIBI_00011_07150; A possible albumen photograph of Crow, a Hunkpapa chief who fought Custer; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; a Barry label and handwritten pencil notation is on the verso; created on unknown date.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07150, D. F. Barry, "Crow, Hunkpapa Lakota," date unknown
Crow, Hunkpapa Lakota
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07150; A possible albumen photograph of Crow, a Hunkpapa chief who fought Custer; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; a Barry label and handwritten pencil notation is on the verso; created on unknown date.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07150, D. F. Barry, "Crow, Hunkpapa Lakota," date unknown
Crow,  Hunkpapa Lakota. LIBI_00011_07150; A possible albumen photograph of Crow, a Hunkpapa chief who fought Custer; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; a Barry label and handwritten pencil notation is on the verso; created on unknown date.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07150, D. F. Barry, "Crow, Hunkpapa Lakota," date unknown
Crow, Hunkpapa Lakota
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07150; A possible albumen photograph of Crow, a Hunkpapa chief who fought Custer; copyrighted by D. F. Barry; a Barry label and handwritten pencil notation is on the verso; created on unknown date.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07150, D. F. Barry, "Crow, Hunkpapa Lakota," date unknown
First Lieutenant, James Calhoun. LIBI_00011_07165; A black-and-white photograph of 1st lieutenant James Calhoun in dress uniform, in full bust view; D. F. Barry copyrighted; by O.S. Goff 1873-1876.  Glued paper on reverse. Barry label on reverse. Calhoun commanded Co. I. And was killed with Custer battalion. Calhoun was married to General Custer's sister, Margaret.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07165, Orlando Scott Goff and D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant, James Calhoun," circa 1873-1876
First Lieutenant, James Calhoun
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07165; A black-and-white photograph of 1st lieutenant James Calhoun in dress uniform, in full bust view; D. F. Barry copyrighted; by O.S. Goff 1873-1876. Glued paper on reverse. Barry label on reverse. Calhoun commanded Co. I. And was killed with Custer battalion. Calhoun was married to General Custer's sister, Margaret.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07165, Orlando Scott Goff and D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant, James Calhoun," circa 1873-1876
First Lieutenant, James Calhoun. LIBI_00011_07165; A black-and-white photograph of 1st lieutenant James Calhoun in dress uniform, in full bust view; D. F. Barry copyrighted; by O.S. Goff 1873-1876.  Glued paper on reverse. Barry label on reverse. Calhoun commanded Co. I. And was killed with Custer battalion. Calhoun was married to General Custer's sister, Margaret.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07165, Orlando Scott Goff and D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant, James Calhoun," circa 1873-1876
First Lieutenant, James Calhoun
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07165; A black-and-white photograph of 1st lieutenant James Calhoun in dress uniform, in full bust view; D. F. Barry copyrighted; by O.S. Goff 1873-1876. Glued paper on reverse. Barry label on reverse. Calhoun commanded Co. I. And was killed with Custer battalion. Calhoun was married to General Custer's sister, Margaret.; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07165, Orlando Scott Goff and D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant, James Calhoun," circa 1873-1876
First Lieutenant A. E. Smith in Dress Uniform. LIBI_00011_07166; A black-and-white photograph of 1st lieutenant Algernon Smith in dress uniform, in full bust view; D.F. Barry copyrighted; possibly captured by Orlando S. Goff, circa 1873-1876. Barry label on verso.   [note: Smith commanded Company E. and was killed with Custer's battalion.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07166, D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant A. E. Smith in Dress Uniform," circa 1873 to 1876
First Lieutenant A. E. Smith in Dress Uniform
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07166; A black-and-white photograph of 1st lieutenant Algernon Smith in dress uniform, in full bust view; D.F. Barry copyrighted; possibly captured by Orlando S. Goff, circa 1873-1876. Barry label on verso. [note: Smith commanded Company E. and was killed with Custer's battalion.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07166, D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant A. E. Smith in Dress Uniform," circa 1873 to 1876
First Lieutenant A. E. Smith in Dress Uniform. LIBI_00011_07166; A black-and-white photograph of 1st lieutenant Algernon Smith in dress uniform, in full bust view; D.F. Barry copyrighted; possibly captured by Orlando S. Goff, circa 1873-1876. Barry label on verso.   [note: Smith commanded Company E. and was killed with Custer's battalion.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07166, D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant A. E. Smith in Dress Uniform," circa 1873 to 1876
First Lieutenant A. E. Smith in Dress Uniform
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07166; A black-and-white photograph of 1st lieutenant Algernon Smith in dress uniform, in full bust view; D.F. Barry copyrighted; possibly captured by Orlando S. Goff, circa 1873-1876. Barry label on verso. [note: Smith commanded Company E. and was killed with Custer's battalion.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07166, D. F. Barry, "First Lieutenant A. E. Smith in Dress Uniform," circa 1873 to 1876
William W. Cooke,  Regimental Adjutant. LIBI_00011_07167; A possible sepia-toned photograph of Custer's regimental adjutant. W. W. Cooke; D. F. Barry copyrighted; a partial Barry label on the verso; possibly captured by OrlandoS. Goff, circa 1875. [Note: Cooke was from Canada.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07167, D. F. Barry, "William W. Cooke, Regimental Adjutant," circa 1875
William W. Cooke, Regimental Adjutant
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07167; A possible sepia-toned photograph of Custer's regimental adjutant. W. W. Cooke; D. F. Barry copyrighted; a partial Barry label on the verso; possibly captured by OrlandoS. Goff, circa 1875. [Note: Cooke was from Canada.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07167, D. F. Barry, "William W. Cooke, Regimental Adjutant," circa 1875
William W. Cooke,  Regimental Adjutant. LIBI_00011_07167; A possible sepia-toned photograph of Custer's regimental adjutant. W. W. Cooke; D. F. Barry copyrighted; a partial Barry label on the verso; possibly captured by OrlandoS. Goff, circa 1875. [Note: Cooke was from Canada.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07167, D. F. Barry, "William W. Cooke, Regimental Adjutant," circa 1875
William W. Cooke, Regimental Adjutant
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07167; A possible sepia-toned photograph of Custer's regimental adjutant. W. W. Cooke; D. F. Barry copyrighted; a partial Barry label on the verso; possibly captured by OrlandoS. Goff, circa 1875. [Note: Cooke was from Canada.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07167, D. F. Barry, "William W. Cooke, Regimental Adjutant," circa 1875
Captain George Yates in Civilian Clothes. LIBI_00011_07169; A black-and-white photograph (possibly albumen print) of Captain George Yates in civilian clothes; D. F. Barry copyrighted; possibly captured by Orlando S. Goff, circa 1873-1876.  [Note: Yates commanded Company F and died with the Custer battalion.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07169, D. F. Barry, "Captain George Yates in Civilian Clothes," circa 1873 to 1876
Captain George Yates in Civilian Clothes
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07169; A black-and-white photograph (possibly albumen print) of Captain George Yates in civilian clothes; D. F. Barry copyrighted; possibly captured by Orlando S. Goff, circa 1873-1876. [Note: Yates commanded Company F and died with the Custer battalion.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07169, D. F. Barry, "Captain George Yates in Civilian Clothes," circa 1873 to 1876
Captain George Yates in Civilian Clothes. LIBI_00011_07169; A black-and-white photograph (possibly albumen print) of Captain George Yates in civilian clothes; D. F. Barry copyrighted; possibly captured by Orlando S. Goff, circa 1873-1876.  [Note: Yates commanded Company F and died with the Custer battalion.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07169, D. F. Barry, "Captain George Yates in Civilian Clothes," circa 1873 to 1876
Captain George Yates in Civilian Clothes
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07169; A black-and-white photograph (possibly albumen print) of Captain George Yates in civilian clothes; D. F. Barry copyrighted; possibly captured by Orlando S. Goff, circa 1873-1876. [Note: Yates commanded Company F and died with the Custer battalion.]; PRINT, PHOTOGRAPHIC; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07169, D. F. Barry, "Captain George Yates in Civilian Clothes," circa 1873 to 1876
Emanuel H. Custer. LIBI_00011_07170; An albumen cabinet card (mounted photograph) of Emanuel H. Custer General Custer's father; created by Hill's studio, Monroe, Michigan, on unknown date.  Bottom is signed Emanuel H. Custer.  Name Hill, 17 East Front St., Monroe, Michigan in green print on front and on the verso.; CARD, CABINET [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07170, James G. Hill, "Emanuel H. Custer," circa 1886 to 1892
Emanuel H. Custer
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
LIBI_00011_07170; An albumen cabinet card (mounted photograph) of Emanuel H. Custer General Custer's father; created by Hill's studio, Monroe, Michigan, on unknown date. Bottom is signed Emanuel H. Custer. Name Hill, 17 East Front St., Monroe, Michigan in green print on front and on the verso.; CARD, CABINET [Card photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00011_07170, James G. Hill, "Emanuel H. Custer," circa 1886 to 1892