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Tintype Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Long Curls. LIBI_00295_10704; Tintype of Libbie Custer in 1/2 bust view. The image is oval shaped. Her hair is long and curled. She wears a dark collar and a simple necklace. Her cheeks and lips have been tinted. The image was taken by an unknown photographer on an unknown date. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10704, Unknown Photographer, "Tintype Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Long Curls," date unknown.

Tintype Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Long Curls

Tintype Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with an Oval Lavender Paper Boarder. LIBI_00295_10703; Tintype of Libbie Custer in left profile. Her hair is pulled back and parted in the center. Her cheeks and lips have been tinted. She is draped in a dark floral pattered cloth. There is a oval, lavender paper border around the photo. (likeness of 10,702). The image is almost identical to LIBI_00295_10702. It was taken by an unknown photographer on an unknown date. ; Photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10703, Unknown Photographer, "Tintype Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with an Oval Lavender Paper Boarder," date unknown.

Tintype Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with an Oval Lavender Paper Boarder

Tintype of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Shoulders Draped in a Floral Patterned Cloth. LIBI_00295_10702; Tintype of Libbie Custer seated in left profile.  Her hair is curled & tied back. Her cheeks and lips have been tinted. Her shoulders are draped in a floral patterned cloth.  There is chemical oxidizing visible near the bottom of the tintype. The image was taken by an unknown photographer on an unknown date. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10702, Unknown Photographer, "Tintype of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Shoulders Draped in a Floral Patterned Cloth," date unknown.

Tintype of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Shoulders Draped in a Floral Patterned Cloth

A Portrait in Left Profile of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Striped Dress. LIBI_00295_10701; A albumen of 1/2 bust in left profile.  This image depicts Libbie Custer in a striped dress. Her hair is parted in the center, and collar length. It was taken by an unknown photographer, circa 1862. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10701, Unknown Photographer, "A Portrait in Left Profile of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Striped Dress," circa 1862.

A Portrait in Left Profile of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Striped Dress

Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Feathered Had. LIBI_00295_10700; Tintype. This image depicts Libbie Custer wearing hat with black band & feathers.  Her hair is up under the hat. Her dress has a white collar with checkered bow tie. The front, shoulders & cuffs of dress are bordered in black. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10700, Unknown Photographer, "Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Feathered Had," date unknown.

Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Feathered Had

Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in 1/4 Bust Head. LIBI_00295_10699; A 1 1/2" x 7/8" albumen photo of the left profile of 1/4  bust head. The image depicts Libbie Custer. She is wearing a dark dress with a white collar and a bow tie. Her hair is brushed back and parted in a center.  The verso is stamped in black ink: "Wm. H. Bowlsby, photographer, Monroe, MI."  The image was taken by Wm. H. Bowlsby, circa 1857. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10699, William H. Bowlsby, "Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in 1/4 Bust Head," circa 1857.

Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in 1/4 Bust Head

A Colorized Photograph of Elizabeth Bacon Custer. LIBI_00295_10698; A colorized albumen photo in 3/4 view. This image depicts Libbie Custer. She is seated, leaning on her right arm. Her hair pulled back. She is wearing a dark dress buttoned up front with a white collar & cuffs. The photo has blue eyes, red cheeks with a green chair back. The photo has colored, blue eyes, red cheeks, green chair back. On the verso is a stamp from Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Galleries. There is a pencil note along the top. The image was produced by Mathew Brady, circa 1865. ; photograph ;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10698, Mathew B. Brady, "A Colorized Photograph of Elizabeth Bacon Custer," circa 1865.

A Colorized Photograph of Elizabeth Bacon Custer

A Colorized Photograph of Elizabeth Bacon Custer. LIBI_00295_10698; A colorized albumen photo in 3/4 view. This image depicts Libbie Custer. She is seated, leaning on her right arm. Her hair pulled back. She is wearing a dark dress buttoned up front with a white collar & cuffs. The photo has blue eyes, red cheeks with a green chair back. The photo has colored, blue eyes, red cheeks, green chair back. On the verso is a stamp from Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Galleries. There is a pencil note along the top. The image was produced by Mathew Brady, circa 1865. ; photograph ;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10698, Mathew B. Brady, "A Colorized Photograph of Elizabeth Bacon Custer," circa 1865.

A Colorized Photograph of Elizabeth Bacon Custer

Studio Portrait of George Armstrong Custer, Thomas Ward Custer, and Elizabeth Bacon Custer. LIBI_00295_10697; Albumen photo pasted on card. The card has a double-line gold border.  This image depicts George seated on the left; Tom standing in the center; and Libbie seated on the right. George is wearing a major general uniform, hat folded on lap with right hand. His left arm is on the arm of the chair. His hand is over Libbie's lap. He faces Libbie. Tom is wearing a second Lieutenant Uniform. He is looking to the right of the camera. Libbie is wearing a white skirt; a dark top with no collar and ribbon ties. Her hair is half curled and pulled back. Her hands are folded on her lap. There is printing at bottom in gold that reads: “Entered according to Act of Congress by M.B. Brady & Co. in the year 1865 in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the District of Columbia. The verso is stamped with Brady's National Photo Portrait Galleries. There are two inscriptions: a pencil notation along the top and an ink notation written side-ways along the center. This image was created by Mathew Brady, cir

Studio Portrait of George Armstrong Custer, Thomas Ward Custer, and Elizabeth Bacon Custer

Studio Portrait of George Armstrong Custer, Thomas Ward Custer, and Elizabeth Bacon Custer. LIBI_00295_10697; Albumen photo pasted on card. The card has a double-line gold border.  This image depicts George seated on the left; Tom standing in the center; and Libbie seated on the right. George is wearing a major general uniform, hat folded on lap with right hand. His left arm is on the arm of the chair. His hand is over Libbie's lap. He faces Libbie. Tom is wearing a second Lieutenant Uniform. He is looking to the right of the camera. Libbie is wearing a white skirt; a dark top with no collar and ribbon ties. Her hair is half curled and pulled back. Her hands are folded on her lap. There is printing at bottom in gold that reads: “Entered according to Act of Congress by M.B. Brady & Co. in the year 1865 in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the District of Columbia. The verso is stamped with Brady's National Photo Portrait Galleries. There are two inscriptions: a pencil notation along the top and an ink notation written side-ways along the center. This image was created by Mathew Brady, cir

Studio Portrait of George Armstrong Custer, Thomas Ward Custer, and Elizabeth Bacon Custer

Ms. Cora Bean, George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer Seated with an Open Book. LIBI_00295_10696; A photograph. This image depicts Cora Bean seated with George and Libbie Custer. Ms. Bean is seated on the right. She wears dark long dress with plaid shawl draped across lap and right arm. George Custer seated in the center. His seat is lower than others. He is wearing a brigadier general's uniform and holding an open book. Libbie is seated on the right. Her hair is in a bun. Her left hand rests on George’s shoulder in a gesture of affection. On the verso is a stamp in black ink from Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries; Broadway & Tenth Street, New York & No. 35l Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. The photo shows dried glue mark in upper left behind Libbie. There is a peel mark right of (behind) Cora Bean. The image was taken by Mathew Brady, circa 1864. ; photograph ;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10696, Mathew B. Brady, "Ms. Cora Bean, George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer Seated with an Open

Ms. Cora Bean, George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer Seated with an Open Book

Portrait in Bust View of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Tinted Cheeks. LIBI_00295_10695; Albumen photo pasted to card. A portrait of Elizabeth Custer in bust view.  She is wearing a dark dress with a white color and a dark lace veil. Her cheeks have been dark dress, white collar, dark lace vail, cheeks touched up with red tint. The card has a gold border. The bottom center and right corner of the card and photo have tears. On the verso, is a stamp in violet from the Junction City Gallery of Art, S. Meixsell, Proprietor. A stain in the upper right corner may be from glue removal. The photo was produced by S. Meixsell, circa 1862. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10695, S. Meixsell, "Portrait in Bust View of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Tinted Cheeks," circa 1862.

Portrait in Bust View of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Tinted Cheeks

Portrait in Bust View of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Tinted Cheeks. LIBI_00295_10695; Albumen photo pasted to card. A portrait of Elizabeth Custer in bust view.  She is wearing a dark dress with a white color and a dark lace veil. Her cheeks have been dark dress, white collar, dark lace vail, cheeks touched up with red tint. The card has a gold border. The bottom center and right corner of the card and photo have tears. On the verso, is a stamp in violet from the Junction City Gallery of Art, S. Meixsell, Proprietor. A stain in the upper right corner may be from glue removal. The photo was produced by S. Meixsell, circa 1862. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10695, S. Meixsell, "Portrait in Bust View of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Tinted Cheeks," circa 1862.

Portrait in Bust View of Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Tinted Cheeks

Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Judge Bacon. LIBI_00295_10694; A Carte de vista mounted on a cardboard back; 2 1/8" x 3 3/8"  from a albumen. The image depicts a portrait of Judge Bacon & Elizabeth Bacon Custer. Libby is standing. She is wearing striped dress with button from collar to waist. Her hair is parted in center. Her right arm is supported on Judge Bacon's shoulder. The portrait is a full view of face. Her left side and hands are visible; Libby is wearing white gloves. Judge Bacon is wearing a dark, three piece suit. The v-shaped vest is completely buttoned. The jacket has long tails. He also is wearing a white collar and dark tie. The image was taken by an unknown photographer, cira 1862. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10694, Unknown Photographer, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Judge Bacon," circa 1892.

Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Judge Bacon

Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Judge Bacon. LIBI_00295_10694; A Carte de vista mounted on a cardboard back; 2 1/8" x 3 3/8"  from a albumen. The image depicts a portrait of Judge Bacon & Elizabeth Bacon Custer. Libby is standing. She is wearing striped dress with button from collar to waist. Her hair is parted in center. Her right arm is supported on Judge Bacon's shoulder. The portrait is a full view of face. Her left side and hands are visible; Libby is wearing white gloves. Judge Bacon is wearing a dark, three piece suit. The v-shaped vest is completely buttoned. The jacket has long tails. He also is wearing a white collar and dark tie. The image was taken by an unknown photographer, cira 1862. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10694, Unknown Photographer, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Judge Bacon," circa 1892.

Elizabeth Bacon Custer with Judge Bacon

Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Dark Dress and Dark Lace Veil. LIBI_00295_10693; Tintype A portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer is seated in left facing profile. She is wearing dark clothing with a white color and a dark lace veil. A chair back is shown to the side of Libbie's lower left. The image was taken by an unknown photographer, circa 1864. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00295_10693, Unknown Photographer, "Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Dark Dress and Dark Lace Veil," circa 1864

Portrait of Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Dark Dress and Dark Lace Veil

Two Moon, Chief of Northern Cheyennes in a Bear Skin Coat. LIBI_00268_07953; A 6 5/8" x 4 1/2" mounted on a 10" x 7 3/4 " card. The photograph depicts Two Moon (Northern Cheyenne) standing in snow.  He is wearing a bear skin coat and fur hat.  The image was taken on the Crow Agency, Montana. A handwritten note on the edge of the card reads:  "Two Moon, Chief of Northern Cheyennes Leader against Custer June 25, 1867". The image is in good condition. It was taken by Fred E. Miller, circa 1898.   (The photographer was identified by Toddy Munson on 8/5/1996, note made by K.B.D); photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00268_07953, Fred E. Miller, "Two Moon, Chief of Northern Cheyennes in a Bear Skin Coat," circa 1898.

Two Moon, Chief of Northern Cheyennes in a Bear Skin Coat

Curly in Traditional Warrior's Clothing, Mounted. LIBI_00268_07945; A 6 5/8" x 4 1/2" image mounted on a 10” 7x 3/4" card.  This image depicts The Curley mounted on horseback.  He is dressed in warrior garb of breech cloth and moccasins.  He is holding a firearm and appears to have a quiver or bag over his shoulder.  He is using a western stock saddle as part of his tack.  In the background are two tipis.  The image was taken on the Crow Reservation ca. 1898.  Photograph A handwritten note on the lower margin reads: "’Curly’ Custer's Only Survivor."  The image was taken by Fred E. Miller circa 1898. It is in good condition. (The photographer was identified by Toddy Munson on 8/5/1996, note made by K.B.D); photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00268_07945, Fred E. Miller, "Curly in Traditional Warrior's Clothing, Mounted," circa 1898.

Curly in Traditional Warrior's Clothing, Mounted

Studio Portrait of George Armstrong Custer in Fringed Buckskins. LIBI_00266_07933; An original albumen, small cabinet card: 4 1/4” x 6 ½”. This image is a studio portrait of George Armstrong Custer.  Custer is wearing buckskins and a fur cap. He is holding his.50-70 Springfield rifle in right hand.  This image is similar to others in collection. The verso contains a handwritten note: “To Hattie with king regards of her sincere friend. G  A Custer US Army July 2, 1872.” The verso also contains the mark of Scholten Photographic Studio of St. Louis. The photograph is in excellent condition. It was taken by Scholten Studio on an unknown date. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00266_07933, J. A. Scholten, "Studio Portrait of George Armstrong Custer in Fringed Buckskins," date unknown.

Studio Portrait of George Armstrong Custer in Fringed Buckskins

Studio Portrait of George Armstrong Custer in Fringed Buckskins. LIBI_00266_07933; An original albumen, small cabinet card: 4 1/4” x 6 ½”. This image is a studio portrait of George Armstrong Custer.  Custer is wearing buckskins and a fur cap. He is holding his.50-70 Springfield rifle in right hand.  This image is similar to others in collection. The verso contains a handwritten note: “To Hattie with king regards of her sincere friend. G  A Custer US Army July 2, 1872.” The verso also contains the mark of Scholten Photographic Studio of St. Louis. The photograph is in excellent condition. It was taken by Scholten Studio on an unknown date. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00266_07933, J. A. Scholten, "Studio Portrait of George Armstrong Custer in Fringed Buckskins," date unknown.

Studio Portrait of George Armstrong Custer in Fringed Buckskins

Two Moons and Other Cheyenne Sitting in a Group at the Front of the Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill. LIBI_00263_07923; A small (3 2/8” x 3 2/8") photograph This image depicts a group of Native Americans seated in a group beside the Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill.  On the verso of the photograph is a note in blue ink: "Two Moons and other Cheyenes at spot where Custer fell talking over the battle, 1905.  From collection of Major S.G. Reynolds."  The image is in good condition, but somewhat discolored from age. This image was produced by an unknown photographer in 1905. (see accession file folder); photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00263_07923, Unknown Photographer, "Two Moons and Other Cheyenne Sitting in a Group at the Front of the Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill," 1905.

Two Moons and Other Cheyenne Sitting in a Group at the Front of the Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill

Two Moons and Other Cheyenne Sitting in a Group at the Front of the Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill. LIBI_00263_07923; A small (3 2/8” x 3 2/8") photograph This image depicts a group of Native Americans seated in a group beside the Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill.  On the verso of the photograph is a note in blue ink: "Two Moons and other Cheyenes at spot where Custer fell talking over the battle, 1905.  From collection of Major S.G. Reynolds."  The image is in good condition, but somewhat discolored from age. This image was produced by an unknown photographer in 1905. (see accession file folder); photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00263_07923, Unknown Photographer, "Two Moons and Other Cheyenne Sitting in a Group at the Front of the Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill," 1905.

Two Moons and Other Cheyenne Sitting in a Group at the Front of the Custer Monument on Last Stand Hill

Lieutenant James Barroll Washington of the Confederate States Army and Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer of the 5th Cavalry in Fair Oaks, Virgina. LIBI_00263_07849; A 5" x 4" photograph on cardboard backing. This image shows Lt. George Custer of the U.S. Army and Lt. J.B. Washington of the Confederate States Army. They are sitting in trees in Fair Oaks, Virginia in 1862. A handwritten note underneath the photo reads: “The Class Mates Lieu J.B. Washington C.S.A and [?][Illegible] Gen Jos E. Johnston at Fair Oaks. Beside him sits Lieu-George A. Custer of the 5 US Cavalry Both were West Point Graduates.” It was taken by an unknown photographer in 1862. The image is in fair condition, and it may be a copy. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00263_07849, Unknown Photographer, "Lieutenant James Barroll Washington of the Confederate States Army and Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer of the 5th Cavalry in Fair Oaks, Virginia," 1862.

Lieutenant James Barroll Washington of the Confederate States Army and Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer of the 5th Cavalry in Fair Oaks, Virgina

Lieutenant James Barroll Washington of the Confederate States Army and Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer of the 5th Cavalry in Fair Oaks, Virgina. LIBI_00263_07849; A 5" x 4" photograph on cardboard backing. This image shows Lt. George Custer of the U.S. Army and Lt. J.B. Washington of the Confederate States Army. They are sitting in trees in Fair Oaks, Virginia in 1862. A handwritten note underneath the photo reads: “The Class Mates Lieu J.B. Washington C.S.A and [?][Illegible] Gen Jos E. Johnston at Fair Oaks. Beside him sits Lieu-George A. Custer of the 5 US Cavalry Both were West Point Graduates.” It was taken by an unknown photographer in 1862. The image is in fair condition, and it may be a copy. ; photograph;  Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00263_07849, Unknown Photographer, "Lieutenant James Barroll Washington of the Confederate States Army and Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer of the 5th Cavalry in Fair Oaks, Virginia," 1862.

Lieutenant James Barroll Washington of the Confederate States Army and Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer of the 5th Cavalry in Fair Oaks, Virgina

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