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Portrait of George Armstrong Custer’s Mother in Fur Cape and Muff. LIBI_00019_01997aj ; A leather-bound photograph album, containing the individual portraits (photographic prints, with oval mats) of the graduating class of 1861, of West Point, United States Military Academy. Other photographs were possibly included.  Pencil notation reads, "Acc. #88, see accession folders KBD 07feb1991."  Corrected the accession back to LIBI_00019 see note to file in the accession 19 file (12/16/15 SS)Condition note: bronze disease is apparent on photographs due to gold or bronze detail of the album pages (print mats)    Formerly: Custer_Mother-UU; #678Portrait of Custer’s Mother in Fur Cape and Muff; Album, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_01997aj, Unknown Photographer, "Portrait of George Armstrong Custer’s Mother in Fur Cape and Muff," 1861

Portrait of George Armstrong Custer’s Mother in Fur Cape and Muff

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Gown with Sheer Sleeves on Her 86th Birthday; Seated View 1/2 Length. LIBI_00019_00924; A black-and-white photograph of Elizabeth B. Custer in seated view 1/2 length; on light yellow-ochre paper; by (and signed) Katherine Russell Bleecker; created circa 1916.  A typewritten inscription is on the verso of the print reads, "Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer, the widow of General Custer, as she is today at 86.  Mrs. Custer us the author of 'boots and saddles' and other books on frontier army life." formerly copy 9 of C-457; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00924, Katherine Russell Bleecker, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Gown with Sheer Sleeves on Her 86th Birthday; Seated View 1/2 Length," circa 1916

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Gown with Sheer Sleeves on Her 86th Birthday; Seated View 1/2 Length

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Gown with Sheer Sleeves on Her 86th Birthday; Seated View 1/2 Length. LIBI_00019_00924; A black-and-white photograph of Elizabeth B. Custer in seated view 1/2 length; on light yellow-ochre paper; by (and signed) Katherine Russell Bleecker; created circa 1916.  A typewritten inscription is on the verso of the print reads, "Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer, the widow of General Custer, as she is today at 86.  Mrs. Custer us the author of 'boots and saddles' and other books on frontier army life." formerly copy 9 of C-457; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00924, Katherine Russell Bleecker, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Gown with Sheer Sleeves on Her 86th Birthday; Seated View 1/2 Length," circa 1916

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in a Gown with Sheer Sleeves on Her 86th Birthday; Seated View 1/2 Length

President William Howard Taft Bowing to Elizabeth Bacon Custer Surrounded by the Crowd at the Unveiling of the Custer Statue, Monroe, Michigan. LIBI_00019_00901; A black-and-white halftone print, mounted on grey board, depicting President Taft greeting Elizabeth B. Custer at the unveiling of the Custer statue; printed on unknown date; was copy 2 of C-379.; Halftone [Mounted on Board] ; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00901, Unknown Photographer, "President William Howard Taft Bowing to Elizabeth Bacon Custer Surrounded by the Crowd at the Unveiling of the Custer Statue, Monroe, Michigan," June 4, 1910

President William Howard Taft Bowing to Elizabeth Bacon Custer Surrounded by the Crowd at the Unveiling of the Custer Statue, Monroe, Michigan

President William Howard Taft Bowing to Elizabeth Bacon Custer Surrounded by the Crowd at the Unveiling of the Custer Statue, Monroe, Michigan. LIBI_00019_00901; A black-and-white halftone print, mounted on grey board, depicting President Taft greeting Elizabeth B. Custer at the unveiling of the Custer statue; printed on unknown date; was copy 2 of C-379.; Halftone [Mounted on Board] ; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00901, Unknown Photographer, "President William Howard Taft Bowing to Elizabeth Bacon Custer Surrounded by the Crowd at the Unveiling of the Custer Statue, Monroe, Michigan," June 4, 1910

President William Howard Taft Bowing to Elizabeth Bacon Custer Surrounded by the Crowd at the Unveiling of the Custer Statue, Monroe, Michigan

Elizabeth Bacon Custer Wearing a Neck Ruff; Bust View, Looking Left. LIBI_00019_00895; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of Elizabeth B. Custer in bust view.  The photograph is 4 1/2 x 6 1/2" and was produced circa 1900 by Hill of Monroe, Michigan.  The photographer's stamp is printed on the front and on the verso.  This item was formerly under catalog number 468.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00895, James G. Hill, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer Wearing a Neck Ruff; Bust View, Looking Left," circa 1900

Elizabeth Bacon Custer Wearing a Neck Ruff; Bust View, Looking Left

Elizabeth Bacon Custer Wearing a Neck Ruff; Bust View, Looking Left. LIBI_00019_00895; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of Elizabeth B. Custer in bust view.  The photograph is 4 1/2 x 6 1/2" and was produced circa 1900 by Hill of Monroe, Michigan.  The photographer's stamp is printed on the front and on the verso.  This item was formerly under catalog number 468.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00895, James G. Hill, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer Wearing a Neck Ruff; Bust View, Looking Left," circa 1900

Elizabeth Bacon Custer Wearing a Neck Ruff; Bust View, Looking Left

The Custer Equestrian Monument, Monroe, Michigan. LIBI_00019_00894; A black-and-white photograph on textured paper, of Custer statue by sculptor E. C. Potter; photographed by The Monroe Democrat [Newspaper]; created on unknown date.  Formerly copy 2 of C-352.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00894, The Monroe Democrat, "The Custer Equestrian Monument, Monroe, Michigan," date unknown

The Custer Equestrian Monument, Monroe, Michigan

The Custer Equestrian Monument, Monroe, Michigan. LIBI_00019_00894; A black-and-white photograph on textured paper, of Custer statue by sculptor E. C. Potter; photographed by The Monroe Democrat [Newspaper]; created on unknown date.  Formerly copy 2 of C-352.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00894, The Monroe Democrat, "The Custer Equestrian Monument, Monroe, Michigan," date unknown

The Custer Equestrian Monument, Monroe, Michigan

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Mourning Dress Wearing a Large Hat. LIBI_00019_00891; This item is a photogravure of Elizabeth B. Custer wearing a large hat.  The photograph is 3 7/8 x 5 1/2" (8 x 11 1/4" mounted in original brown folder with original tissue covering; 11 1/4 x 16" mount open) and was produced circa 1916 by Hill of Monroe, Michigan.  A gold stamp, featuring the image of a woman in profile, is adhered to the verso.  This item was formerly copy 2 of catalog number 463.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 178.; Photogravure [With Mat]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00891, James G. Hill, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Mourning Dress Wearing a Large Hat," circa 1916

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Mourning Dress Wearing a Large Hat

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Mourning Dress Wearing a Large Hat. LIBI_00019_00891; This item is a photogravure of Elizabeth B. Custer wearing a large hat.  The photograph is 3 7/8 x 5 1/2" (8 x 11 1/4" mounted in original brown folder with original tissue covering; 11 1/4 x 16" mount open) and was produced circa 1916 by Hill of Monroe, Michigan.  A gold stamp, featuring the image of a woman in profile, is adhered to the verso.  This item was formerly copy 2 of catalog number 463.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 178.; Photogravure [With Mat]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00891, James G. Hill, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Mourning Dress Wearing a Large Hat," circa 1916

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Mourning Dress Wearing a Large Hat

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Lace-Collared Gown Wearing a Beaded Choker; Bust View. LIBI_00019_00888; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of Elizabeth B. Custer in bust view.  The photograph is 4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted and was produced in 1906 by Davis & Sanford of New York.  The photographer's stamps are printed in brown ink on the front and in black ink on the verso.  The number "18229-B" is also handwritten on the verso.  This item was formerly copy 2 of catalog number 470.; Cabainet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00888, Davis and Sanford, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Lace-Collared Gown Wearing a Beaded Choker; Bust View," 1906

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Lace-Collared Gown Wearing a Beaded Choker; Bust View

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Lace-Collared Gown Wearing a Beaded Choker; Bust View. LIBI_00019_00888; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of Elizabeth B. Custer in bust view.  The photograph is 4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted and was produced in 1906 by Davis & Sanford of New York.  The photographer's stamps are printed in brown ink on the front and in black ink on the verso.  The number "18229-B" is also handwritten on the verso.  This item was formerly copy 2 of catalog number 470.; Cabainet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00888, Davis and Sanford, "Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Lace-Collared Gown Wearing a Beaded Choker; Bust View," 1906

Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Lace-Collared Gown Wearing a Beaded Choker; Bust View

Plaster Model of the Custer Statue by E. C. Potter. LIBI_00019_00887; A black-and-white photograph, mounted on grey mat, of plaster models for the General Custer statue by sculptor E. C. Potter; photographed by a. B. Bogart; created date.  Formerly copy 2 of C-356.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Board]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00887, A. B. Bogart, "Plaster Model of the Custer Statue by E. C. Potter," date unknown

Plaster Model of the Custer Statue by E. C. Potter

Plaster Model of the Custer Statue by E. C. Potter. LIBI_00019_00887; A black-and-white photograph, mounted on grey mat, of plaster models for the General Custer statue by sculptor E. C. Potter; photographed by a. B. Bogart; created date.  Formerly copy 2 of C-356.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Board]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00887, A. B. Bogart, "Plaster Model of the Custer Statue by E. C. Potter," date unknown

Plaster Model of the Custer Statue by E. C. Potter

George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform with Medals; Bust View. LIBI_00019_00884; Custer, original, bust view.  See: C-303,304.; Photograph; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00884, Unknown Photographer, "George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform with Medals; Bust View," date unknown

George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform with Medals; Bust View

George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform with Medals; Bust View. LIBI_00019_00884; Custer, original, bust view.  See: C-303,304.; Photograph; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00884, Unknown Photographer, "George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform with Medals; Bust View," date unknown

George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform with Medals; Bust View

Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform; Waist Bust View. LIBI_00019_00883; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in waist bust view and wearing his military uniform.  The photograph is 4 x 5 7/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted).  As noted on page 137 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1876 by William R. Howell of New York.  The photographer's stamp is printed on the front of the cabinet card.  Also see catalog number 335.  This item was formerly copy 2 of catalog number 332.Note: Severe foxing on the mount, and image degradation is evident.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 165, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 137.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00883, William Frank Browne, "Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform; Waist Bust View," 1876

Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform; Waist Bust View

Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform; Waist Bust View. LIBI_00019_00883; This item is an albumen cabinet card (card-mounted photograph) of Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer in waist bust view and wearing his military uniform.  The photograph is 4 x 5 7/8" (4 1/4 x 6 1/2" mounted).  As noted on page 137 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1876 by William R. Howell of New York.  The photographer's stamp is printed on the front of the cabinet card.  Also see catalog number 335.  This item was formerly copy 2 of catalog number 332.Note: Severe foxing on the mount, and image degradation is evident.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 165, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 137.; Cabinet Card [Card Photograph]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00883, William Frank Browne, "Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform; Waist Bust View," 1876

Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in Dress Uniform; Waist Bust View

George Armstrong Custer in Large Hat and Long Tie. LIBI_00019_00873; A black-and-white photograph of engraving or lithographic print depicting the bust of George A. Custer in large hat and red tie; printed by unknown photographer; created on unknown date.  Formerly copy 6 of C-324.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00873, Unknown Photographer, "George Armstrong Custer in Large Hat and Long Tie," date unknown

George Armstrong Custer in Large Hat and Long Tie

George Armstrong Custer in Large Hat and Long Tie. LIBI_00019_00873; A black-and-white photograph of engraving or lithographic print depicting the bust of George A. Custer in large hat and red tie; printed by unknown photographer; created on unknown date.  Formerly copy 6 of C-324.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00873, Unknown Photographer, "George Armstrong Custer in Large Hat and Long Tie," date unknown

George Armstrong Custer in Large Hat and Long Tie

General George Armstrong Custer with a Full Beard in Winter Uniform, Including Fur Hat and Fringed Buckskin Jacket, Worn During the Washita Campaign; Seated in Long 1/2 View. LIBI_00019_00633; This item is an original sepia toned albumen photograph of General George A. Custer in long one-half view and dressed in the winter uniform that he wore during the Washita campaign.  The oval-shaped photograph is 5 x 7" (7 7/8" x 10" mounted) and was produced circa 1868 by an unknown photographer.  An illegible notation is written in pencil on the verso and is signed by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Extra Group Box 7" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 92.; Print, Photographic [with mat]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00633, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer with a Full Beard in Winter Uniform, Including Fur Hat and Fringed Buckskin Jacket, Worn During the Washita Campaign; Seated in Long 1/2 View," circa 1868

General George Armstrong Custer with a Full Beard in Winter Uniform, Including Fur Hat and Fringed Buckskin Jacket, Worn During the Washita Campaign; Seated in Long 1/2 View

General George Armstrong Custer with a Full Beard in Winter Uniform, Including Fur Hat and Fringed Buckskin Jacket, Worn During the Washita Campaign; Seated in Long 1/2 View. LIBI_00019_00633; This item is an original sepia toned albumen photograph of General George A. Custer in long one-half view and dressed in the winter uniform that he wore during the Washita campaign.  The oval-shaped photograph is 5 x 7" (7 7/8" x 10" mounted) and was produced circa 1868 by an unknown photographer.  An illegible notation is written in pencil on the verso and is signed by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Extra Group Box 7" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 92.; Print, Photographic [with mat]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00633, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer with a Full Beard in Winter Uniform, Including Fur Hat and Fringed Buckskin Jacket, Worn During the Washita Campaign; Seated in Long 1/2 View," circa 1868

General George Armstrong Custer with a Full Beard in Winter Uniform, Including Fur Hat and Fringed Buckskin Jacket, Worn During the Washita Campaign; Seated in Long 1/2 View

General George Armstrong Custer in Full Military Dress Holding Binoculars with Plumed Helmet Beside Him, Seated View. LIBI_00019_00586; An albumen photograph, mounted with decorative card (board); studio portrait of George A. Custer in full dress, seated view; with handwritten pencil notation on front and verso of item; created after 1872, by unknown photographer.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00586, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer in Full Military Dress Holding Binoculars with Plumed Helmet Beside Him, Seated View," post 1872

General George Armstrong Custer in Full Military Dress Holding Binoculars with Plumed Helmet Beside Him, Seated View

General George Armstrong Custer with Osage Scouts, in Front of a Tipi Tent, Fort Dodge, Kansas. LIBI_00019_00585; This item is an albumen, card-mounted photograph of General George A. Custer and group of seated Osage Scouts, posing in front of tepee tent.  This mounted photograph measures 9 7/8 x 12" and captured in Fort Dodge, Kansas, November 1868, by unknown photographer.  Handwritten pencil notation on the front of mount lists those present in the photograph. On the verso, handwritten notation in pencil read, "Autie's Indian Scouts the/[illegible] campaign/Frost huchins/Addition [3 of 7]."; Print, Photographic [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00585, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer with Osage Scouts, in Front of a Tipi Tent, Fort Dodge, Kansas," November 1868

General George Armstrong Custer with Osage Scouts, in Front of a Tipi Tent, Fort Dodge, Kansas

General George Armstrong Custer with Osage Scouts, in Front of a Tipi Tent, Fort Dodge, Kansas. LIBI_00019_00585; This item is an albumen, card-mounted photograph of General George A. Custer and group of seated Osage Scouts, posing in front of tepee tent.  This mounted photograph measures 9 7/8 x 12" and captured in Fort Dodge, Kansas, November 1868, by unknown photographer.  Handwritten pencil notation on the front of mount lists those present in the photograph. On the verso, handwritten notation in pencil read, "Autie's Indian Scouts the/[illegible] campaign/Frost huchins/Addition [3 of 7]."; Print, Photographic [Mounted on card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00585, Unknown Photographer, "General George Armstrong Custer with Osage Scouts, in Front of a Tipi Tent, Fort Dodge, Kansas," November 1868

General George Armstrong Custer with Osage Scouts, in Front of a Tipi Tent, Fort Dodge, Kansas

First Sergeant John M. Ryan of Company M of the 7th Cavalry in His Police Captain Uniform, West Newton, Massachusetts. LIBI_00019_00583; This item is an original black-and-white, card-mounted photograph of John M. Ryan, 1st Sergeant of Company M, as a captain of police in West Newton, Massachusetts.  The standing view photograph is 3 7/8 x 5 3/8" (5 7/8" x 7 7/8" mounted) and was produced circa 1900 by Ellis Moore of Newton, Massachusetts.  On the front, a typed caption reads, "John Ryan, Captain.  West Newton, Mass."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in black ink reads: "To Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer/From Captain John Ryan/Police Department/Newton, Mass./Formerly 1st Sergt./of Troop M/7th U.S. Cavalry/under General Custer/from November 23rd, 1866/to December 21st, 1876."Note: Silver mirroing is evident in image.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00583, Ellis Moore, "First Sergeant John M. Ryan of Company M of the 7th Cavalry in His Police Captain Uniform, West Newton, Massachusetts," circa 1900

First Sergeant John M. Ryan of Company M of the 7th Cavalry in His Police Captain Uniform, West Newton, Massachusetts

First Sergeant John M. Ryan of Company M of the 7th Cavalry in His Police Captain Uniform, West Newton, Massachusetts. LIBI_00019_00583; This item is an original black-and-white, card-mounted photograph of John M. Ryan, 1st Sergeant of Company M, as a captain of police in West Newton, Massachusetts.  The standing view photograph is 3 7/8 x 5 3/8" (5 7/8" x 7 7/8" mounted) and was produced circa 1900 by Ellis Moore of Newton, Massachusetts.  On the front, a typed caption reads, "John Ryan, Captain.  West Newton, Mass."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in black ink reads: "To Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer/From Captain John Ryan/Police Department/Newton, Mass./Formerly 1st Sergt./of Troop M/7th U.S. Cavalry/under General Custer/from November 23rd, 1866/to December 21st, 1876."Note: Silver mirroing is evident in image.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00583, Ellis Moore, "First Sergeant John M. Ryan of Company M of the 7th Cavalry in His Police Captain Uniform, West Newton, Massachusetts," circa 1900

First Sergeant John M. Ryan of Company M of the 7th Cavalry in His Police Captain Uniform, West Newton, Massachusetts

Mars Che Coodo (White Man Runs Him) in Full Tribal Dress; Long Bust View. LIBI_00019_00582; This item is a photographic print of White-Man-Runs-Him, scout at the Battle of Little Big Horn, in long bust view and dressed in full tribal costume. The image is 5 7/8 x 7 15/16" and was produced circa 1910 by D.L. Gee.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "7736 Sioux - Crow -  Chief Mars-che-Coodo - "White Man Runs Him" - Son of Pretty Eagle - U.S. Gov Scout under Gen'l Custer June 25, 1876."  Another handwritten notation reads, "Presented by John Wood/2114 Bank St./Baltimore, Md."  A portion of the handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 166.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00582, D. L. Gee, "Mars Che Coodo (White Man Runs Him) in Full Tribal Dress; Long Bust View," circa 1910

Mars Che Coodo (White Man Runs Him) in Full Tribal Dress; Long Bust View

Mars Che Coodo (White Man Runs Him) in Full Tribal Dress; Long Bust View. LIBI_00019_00582; This item is a photographic print of White-Man-Runs-Him, scout at the Battle of Little Big Horn, in long bust view and dressed in full tribal costume. The image is 5 7/8 x 7 15/16" and was produced circa 1910 by D.L. Gee.  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "7736 Sioux - Crow -  Chief Mars-che-Coodo - "White Man Runs Him" - Son of Pretty Eagle - U.S. Gov Scout under Gen'l Custer June 25, 1876."  Another handwritten notation reads, "Presented by John Wood/2114 Bank St./Baltimore, Md."  A portion of the handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 166.; Print, Photographic; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00582, D. L. Gee, "Mars Che Coodo (White Man Runs Him) in Full Tribal Dress; Long Bust View," circa 1910

Mars Che Coodo (White Man Runs Him) in Full Tribal Dress; Long Bust View

George Armstrong Custer and Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich of Russia in Hunting Clothes; George Armstrong Custer Holds a Rifle and Wears Buckskin Jacket and Long Tie; Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich has a Pistol in His Belt. LIBI_00019_00581; This item is an albumen, card-mounted photograph of General George A. Custer and Duke Alexis of Russia in standing full view and dressed in hunting clothes.  The photograph is 6 x 7 3/4" (7 3/4 x 10" mounted).  As noted on page 98 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1872 by John A. Scholten.  On the verso, a handwritten notation by Elizabeth B. Custer reads: "This picture is for the buckskin jacket and breeches and the red neck tie - Tie is too long - With the buckskin suit there was no insignia of rank./Grand Duke Alexis of Russia and General Custer."Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 115, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 99.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00581, J. A. Scholten, "George Armstrong Custer and Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich of Russia in Hunting Clothes; George Armstrong Custer Holds a Rifle and Wears Bucksk

George Armstrong Custer and Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich of Russia in Hunting Clothes; George Armstrong Custer Holds a Rifle and Wears Buckskin Jacket and Long Tie; Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich has a Pistol in His Belt

George Armstrong Custer and Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich of Russia in Hunting Clothes; George Armstrong Custer Holds a Rifle and Wears Buckskin Jacket and Long Tie; Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich has a Pistol in His Belt. LIBI_00019_00581; This item is an albumen, card-mounted photograph of General George A. Custer and Duke Alexis of Russia in standing full view and dressed in hunting clothes.  The photograph is 6 x 7 3/4" (7 3/4 x 10" mounted).  As noted on page 98 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1872 by John A. Scholten.  On the verso, a handwritten notation by Elizabeth B. Custer reads: "This picture is for the buckskin jacket and breeches and the red neck tie - Tie is too long - With the buckskin suit there was no insignia of rank./Grand Duke Alexis of Russia and General Custer."Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 115, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 99.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00581, J. A. Scholten, "George Armstrong Custer and Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich of Russia in Hunting Clothes; George Armstrong Custer Holds a Rifle and Wears Bucksk

George Armstrong Custer and Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich of Russia in Hunting Clothes; George Armstrong Custer Holds a Rifle and Wears Buckskin Jacket and Long Tie; Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich has a Pistol in His Belt

Interior of the Custer Home at Fort Abraham Lincoln Showing a Harp and Piano. LIBI_00019_00580; This item is an albumen, card-mounted photograph of the interior of the Custer home at Fort Abraham Lincoln.  The full view photograph is 7 15/16 x 10" mounted and was produced circa 1875 by an unknown photographer.  On the front, a handwritten notation reads, "Hd Quarters Fort Abraham Lincoln 1875."  Slight foxing is evident on the verso.Note: "Box 7" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 41.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00580, Unknown Photographer, "Interior of the Custer Home at Fort Abraham Lincoln Showing a Harp and Piano," circa 1875

Interior of the Custer Home at Fort Abraham Lincoln Showing a Harp and Piano

Interior of the Custer Home at Fort Abraham Lincoln Showing a Harp and Piano. LIBI_00019_00580; This item is an albumen, card-mounted photograph of the interior of the Custer home at Fort Abraham Lincoln.  The full view photograph is 7 15/16 x 10" mounted and was produced circa 1875 by an unknown photographer.  On the front, a handwritten notation reads, "Hd Quarters Fort Abraham Lincoln 1875."  Slight foxing is evident on the verso.Note: "Box 7" handwritten on the verso. Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 41.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00580, Unknown Photographer, "Interior of the Custer Home at Fort Abraham Lincoln Showing a Harp and Piano," circa 1875

Interior of the Custer Home at Fort Abraham Lincoln Showing a Harp and Piano

Custer Peak, Black Hills. LIBI_00019_00579; An albumen photograph, mounted on a pink-colored card, of Custer Peak in the Black Hills showing Custer Mine; published by W. N. Hall, Couer d' Alene, Idaho for northern pacific RR; created on unknown date.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00579, W. N. Hall, "Custer Peak, Black Hills," date unknown

Custer Peak, Black Hills

Custer Peak, Black Hills. LIBI_00019_00579; An albumen photograph, mounted on a pink-colored card, of Custer Peak in the Black Hills showing Custer Mine; published by W. N. Hall, Couer d' Alene, Idaho for northern pacific RR; created on unknown date.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00579, W. N. Hall, "Custer Peak, Black Hills," date unknown

Custer Peak, Black Hills

Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich Seated, Surrounded by Russian Dignitaries and Six U.S. Army Officers Including: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, General James A. Forsyth, and General George Armstrong Custer. LIBI_00019_00578; An albumen photograph of Grand Duke Alexis [Alexei Alexandrovich], his suite and 6 u. S. Army officers, seated in full view; mounted on gilded or bronze detailed card (board); by J. Lee Knight; dated circa 1872.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00578, J. Lee Knight, "Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich Seated, Surrounded by Russian Dignitaries and Six U.S. Army Officers Including: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, General James A. Forsyth, and General George Armstrong Custer," circa 1872

Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich Seated, Surrounded by Russian Dignitaries and Six U.S. Army Officers Including: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, General James A. Forsyth, and General George Armstrong Custer

Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich Seated, Surrounded by Russian Dignitaries and Six U.S. Army Officers Including: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, General James A. Forsyth, and General George Armstrong Custer. LIBI_00019_00578; An albumen photograph of Grand Duke Alexis [Alexei Alexandrovich], his suite and 6 u. S. Army officers, seated in full view; mounted on gilded or bronze detailed card (board); by J. Lee Knight; dated circa 1872.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00578, J. Lee Knight, "Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich Seated, Surrounded by Russian Dignitaries and Six U.S. Army Officers Including: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, General James A. Forsyth, and General George Armstrong Custer," circa 1872

Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich Seated, Surrounded by Russian Dignitaries and Six U.S. Army Officers Including: General Phillip Henry Sheridan, General James A. Forsyth, and General George Armstrong Custer

Major General Alfred Pleasanton (Right) and Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer (Left) in Military Uniform and Tall Boots Seated Under a Tree. LIBI_00019_00577; An albumen photograph, mounted on card (paper), of Major General Pleasanton and Brigadier General Custer, seated under a tree, "incidents of the war"; mount has fold creases and printed photograph information; negative by T. H. O. Sullivan, positive print by Alexander Gardner; dated circa 1865.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00577, T. H. O. Sullivan and Alexander Gardner, "Major General Alfred Pleasanton (Right) and Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer (Left) in Military Uniform and Tall Boots Seated Under a Tree," circa 1865

Major General Alfred Pleasanton (Right) and Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer (Left) in Military Uniform and Tall Boots Seated Under a Tree

Major General Alfred Pleasanton (Right) and Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer (Left) in Military Uniform and Tall Boots Seated Under a Tree. LIBI_00019_00577; An albumen photograph, mounted on card (paper), of Major General Pleasanton and Brigadier General Custer, seated under a tree, "incidents of the war"; mount has fold creases and printed photograph information; negative by T. H. O. Sullivan, positive print by Alexander Gardner; dated circa 1865.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00577, T. H. O. Sullivan and Alexander Gardner, "Major General Alfred Pleasanton (Right) and Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer (Left) in Military Uniform and Tall Boots Seated Under a Tree," circa 1865

Major General Alfred Pleasanton (Right) and Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer (Left) in Military Uniform and Tall Boots Seated Under a Tree

George Armstrong Custer in the Mouth of a Tent with His Dogs and Pet Pelican During the Washita Campaign. LIBI_00019_00576; This item is an original albumen, card-mounted photograph of George A. Custer standing in the opening of a tent during the Washita Campaign.  Custer's 3 greyhounds and stag hound are also visible laying outside the tent and his pet pelican is partially visible on the lower right edge of the image.  The full view photograph is 5 1/2 x 7 7/8" (8 x 10 1/16" mounted) and was produced circa 1868.  The photographer is possibly W.S. Soule.  On the front, a handwritten notation reads, "Gen. Custer at the Washita/[illegible words]/2 [illegible words] Scotch Stag."  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Autie near Ft. Dodge Kansas."  Handwritten description on the verso provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Additions/Box 7" handwritten on the verso.  Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 106.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield Nation

George Armstrong Custer in the Mouth of a Tent with His Dogs and Pet Pelican During the Washita Campaign

George Armstrong Custer in the Mouth of a Tent with His Dogs and Pet Pelican During the Washita Campaign. LIBI_00019_00576; This item is an original albumen, card-mounted photograph of George A. Custer standing in the opening of a tent during the Washita Campaign.  Custer's 3 greyhounds and stag hound are also visible laying outside the tent and his pet pelican is partially visible on the lower right edge of the image.  The full view photograph is 5 1/2 x 7 7/8" (8 x 10 1/16" mounted) and was produced circa 1868.  The photographer is possibly W.S. Soule.  On the front, a handwritten notation reads, "Gen. Custer at the Washita/[illegible words]/2 [illegible words] Scotch Stag."  On the verso, a handwritten notation reads, "Autie near Ft. Dodge Kansas."  Handwritten description on the verso provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: "Additions/Box 7" handwritten on the verso.  Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 106.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield Nation

George Armstrong Custer in the Mouth of a Tent with His Dogs and Pet Pelican During the Washita Campaign

Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer in Military Uniform with Embroidered Sleeves, Wearing Gloves and Clutching a Sword; Seated View. LIBI_00019_00575; This item is a card-mounted (possibly collodion or albumen) photograph of Brigadier General George A. Custer seated view and wearing his military uniform.  The oval-shaped photograph is 5 3/8 x 7 3/8" (7 3/4" x 9 3/4" mounted).  As noted on page 22 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1864 by William Frank Brown.  The image is either faded or lightly toned.  The verso is signed in pencil by Elizabeth B. Custer.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 40, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 23.Note: "Pkg 7" handwritten on the verso.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00575, William Frank Browne, "Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer in Military Uniform with Embroidered Sleeves, Wearing Gloves and Clutching a Sword; Seated View," 1864

Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer in Military Uniform with Embroidered Sleeves, Wearing Gloves and Clutching a Sword; Seated View

Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer in Military Uniform with Embroidered Sleeves, Wearing Gloves and Clutching a Sword; Seated View. LIBI_00019_00575; This item is a card-mounted (possibly collodion or albumen) photograph of Brigadier General George A. Custer seated view and wearing his military uniform.  The oval-shaped photograph is 5 3/8 x 7 3/8" (7 3/4" x 9 3/4" mounted).  As noted on page 22 of D. Mark Katz's book, the image was produced in 1864 by William Frank Brown.  The image is either faded or lightly toned.  The verso is signed in pencil by Elizabeth B. Custer.Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 40, and "Custer in Photographs" by D. Mark Katz, page 23.Note: "Pkg 7" handwritten on the verso.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00575, William Frank Browne, "Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer in Military Uniform with Embroidered Sleeves, Wearing Gloves and Clutching a Sword; Seated View," 1864

Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer in Military Uniform with Embroidered Sleeves, Wearing Gloves and Clutching a Sword; Seated View

Group Mounted on Horseback Along Reno's Crossing. LIBI_00019_00573; This item is an original albumen, card-mounted photograph of a group on horseback at the crossing where Major Marcus Reno escaped during the Battle of Little Big Horn.  The imperial view photograph is 6 1/2 x 9" (6 7/8 x 9 7/8" mounted) and was produced in 1886 by David F. Barry at the 10th anniversary of the battle.  On the front, a typed notation in gold ink reads, "Reno Crossing, Custer Battlefield, June 26, 1886."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Custer Battle Field June 25th 1886."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.  The photographer's stamp is printed in brown ink.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00573, D. F. Barry, "Group Mounted on Horseback Along Reno's Crossing," June 26, 1886

Group Mounted on Horseback Along Reno's Crossing

Group Mounted on Horseback Along Reno's Crossing. LIBI_00019_00573; This item is an original albumen, card-mounted photograph of a group on horseback at the crossing where Major Marcus Reno escaped during the Battle of Little Big Horn.  The imperial view photograph is 6 1/2 x 9" (6 7/8 x 9 7/8" mounted) and was produced in 1886 by David F. Barry at the 10th anniversary of the battle.  On the front, a typed notation in gold ink reads, "Reno Crossing, Custer Battlefield, June 26, 1886."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "Custer Battle Field June 25th 1886."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.  The photographer's stamp is printed in brown ink.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00573, D. F. Barry, "Group Mounted on Horseback Along Reno's Crossing," June 26, 1886

Group Mounted on Horseback Along Reno's Crossing

General George Armstrong Custer's Quarters at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Covered in Snow with an Unidentified Person Standing in Front. LIBI_00019_00571; This item is an albumen, card-mounted photograph of General George A. Custer's quarters at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Dakota with an unidentified person standing in the snow in front of the building.  The imperial view photograph is 7 1/4 x 9 1/4" (8 x 10" mounted in a dark brown mount) and was produced circa 1880 by David F. Barry.  On the front, a typed caption in gold ink reads, "Bismark/The late Gen. Geo. A. Custer's Quarters at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Dak."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "G.A. Custer house - Head Quarters Fort Abraham Lincoln, Dakota."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: Bronze disease is evident.   Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 139.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00571, D. F. Barry, "General George Armstrong Custer's Quarters at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Covered in Snow with an Uniden

General George Armstrong Custer's Quarters at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Covered in Snow with an Unidentified Person Standing in Front

General George Armstrong Custer's Quarters at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Covered in Snow with an Unidentified Person Standing in Front. LIBI_00019_00571; This item is an albumen, card-mounted photograph of General George A. Custer's quarters at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Dakota with an unidentified person standing in the snow in front of the building.  The imperial view photograph is 7 1/4 x 9 1/4" (8 x 10" mounted in a dark brown mount) and was produced circa 1880 by David F. Barry.  On the front, a typed caption in gold ink reads, "Bismark/The late Gen. Geo. A. Custer's Quarters at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Dak."  On the verso, a handwritten notation in pencil reads, "G.A. Custer house - Head Quarters Fort Abraham Lincoln, Dakota."  Handwritten description provided by Elizabeth B. Custer.Note: Bronze disease is evident.   Photograph reprinted in "The Custer Album" by Lawrence A. Frost, page 139.; Print, Photographic [Mounted on Card]; Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, LIBI_00019_00571, D. F. Barry, "General George Armstrong Custer's Quarters at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Covered in Snow with an Uniden

General George Armstrong Custer's Quarters at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Covered in Snow with an Unidentified Person Standing in Front