Silberman

Arthur & Shifra Silberman Native American Art Collection

Arthur & Shifra Silberman Native American Art Collection, 1864-1995
101.5 cubic feet (169 document boxes, 7 record cartons, 4 oversized boxes)
Location: 0253-0314; 0347
Collection #: 001
Accession #: 1996.017, 1996.027, & 1997.007

Introduction

In 1975 Arthur Silberman and his wife, Shifra, founded the Native American Painting Reference Library. He became its Director, while Shifra served as research consultant and assistant on all the Library’s projects. Silberman described the Library as being,

“committed to the premise that Native American painting is a valuable part of the American heritage and as such is deserving of a continuing effort to collect and preserve all material having a bearing on its history and development. The Library has extensive holdings including books, brochures, clippings, photographs, catalogs, auction records, interview tapes, correspondence, memorabilia, etc. Its collection of slides and paintings in private and public collections is the largest in the United States.” (Native American Painting Reference Library, 2-17-90)

Silberman saw the goals of the Library as increasing the appreciation of Native American painting by making reference material available to educators, writers, publishers, and museums; and increasing public awareness through lectures, publications, and exhibits.

Besides these reference library materials, the Silberman Collection also contains “more than 2,500 works of art created by more than 190 artists representing 55 different cultural and tribal backgrounds.” (Rennard Strickland, “The Silberman Collection: A Legacy of Love and Understanding,” Persimmon Hill, Vol. 24, no. 4 Winter 1996, 30.) Dr. Rennard Strickland, an internationally honored critic, collector, and curator of Native American art, declared that “with this collection, [the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum] joins the ranks of the Heard Museum, the Museum of Northern Arizona, Philbrook Museum of Art, the University of Oklahoma, Gilcrease Museum, the School of American Research, and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian as a world class center where one can view and study the very best Native American paintings, drawings, and graphics.” (Ibid., 32.)

Biography

Arthur Silberman was born on January 8, 1929 at Antwerp, Belgium to parents, Abraham Jacob Silberman and Maria G. Spira. He came to the United States in June of 1941 with his parents who settled in New York City. He earned a B.A. in Hebrew Letters from the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City, and in 1949 he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in History and Economics from the College of the City of New York. Although he had planned to enter his father’s diamond manufacturing business, shortly after coming to Oklahoma for a short vacation in 1949, he founded Silberman Oil and became an independent oil operator. This endeavor was supplanted by the founding of A & M Silberman Oil in 1955 with his brother, Marcel J. Silberman. During this time he became a resident of Oklahoma City and, except for two years (1953-1955) of military service with the U.S. Army in Germany, lived there until his death. His home address was 8912 Sheringham Drive.

On April 10, 1960 Silberman married Shifra Alpha Kahn, daughter of Barton and Ida Rosalie Kahn and sibling to Joy Velva Weinstein and Zev Moshe Kahn. They had two children, Ami Abraham and Gil Gabriel. They were bar mitzvahed at Emanuel Synagogue where the Silbermans were strong and active members. Shifra held a B.A. from the University of Chicago and an M.A. in guidance and counseling from the University of Oklahoma. Shifra died on July 29, 1990.

Silberman developed an interest in and a sense of mission with regard to Native American art. This interest and mission set into motion a series of opportunities and positions. Between 1968 and 1972 he curated the traveling educational exhibit, “From Pictographs to Jerome Tiger.” He curated the traveling educational exhibit, “American Indian Painting” between 1972 and 1973. This included a permanent display collection of the exhibit for the Harmon in Oklahoma Public Schools. In 1973 he served as a consultant to the Oklahoma State Library Board. During 1972 and 1973 as well, Silberman lent his expertise in several educational projects including serving as a consultant and lending his assistance in preparing the text and illustrations of textbooks for Title III ESEA Program at the Carnegie Oklahoma Public Schools; serving as a consultant to the University of South Alabama’s Ethnic American Art Slide Library; and serving as chairman of a workshop for teachers at the Harmon Oklahoma Public Schools. Between 1971 and 1973 he published in Oklahoma Today two articles entitled, “Tiger” and “Early Kiowa Art.”

In 1975 he and his wife founded the Native American Painting Reference Library for which he became Director. Shifra served as research consultant and assistant on all the Library’s projects. The library office was located at 422012 North MacArthur Boulevard in Oklahoma City. Silberman saw the goals of the Library as increasing the appreciation of Native American painting by making reference material available to educators, writers, publishers, and museums; increasing public awareness through lectures, publications and exhibits.

Silberman reviewed Jamake Highwater’s Fodor’s Indian America in the Chronicles of Oklahoma in 1976. Between 1976 and 1978 he served as Adjunct Curator at the State Museum of the Oklahoma Historical Society; between 1977 and 1979 he served as a consultant to Southwestern Art Magazine; and in 1978 he curated the exhibit “100 Years of Native American Painting” at the Oklahoma Museum of Art in Oklahoma City from which a publication by the same title emerged. Additionally, in 1978 he served as an organizer for the Festival of Native American Arts at the Oklahoma Museum of Art. In 1979 he was a featured lecturer at the Philbrook Art Center’s Opening of Indian Annual and was a contributor to Oklahoma Indian American School Guide textbook sponsored by the University of Oklahoma. He also presented the paper “Sacred Serpents, Buffaloes, and Bambi” to the New Directions in Native American Art History symposium held at the University of New Mexico.

In 1980 Silberman was a guest lecturer at the Oklahoma Heritage Institute as part of Central State University’s Southwestern Studies Program. He was also a featured speaker at the McIntosh County Historical Society’s Fred Beaver Testimonial Banquet in Checotah, Oklahoma. He contributed a chapter on Jerome Tiger in Peggy Tiger and Molly Babcock’s The Life and Art of Jerome Tiger published by the University of Oklahoma Press in 1980.

In 1981 he served as a consultant to the Museum of the American Indian’s catalog project. He also made two presentations: one called “Ritual to Affirm to Tomorrow” given at the Native American Arts Symposium in Oklahoma City, the other called “Plains Indian Painting” given at the Claremore College Native American Studies Program in Claremore, Oklahoma. In that year as well, he was the recipient of the Distinguished Native American Arts Award given by Oklahoma City University. In 1982 he reviewed in the Chronicles of Oklahoma the Bell edition reprint of Oscar B. Jacobson’s Kiowa Indian Art.

In 1984 besides serving as a consultant on an exhibition and publication project for Philbrook Art Center in association with Wurzburg – McDonald’s Systems, Inc. in Germany, Silberman was a special consultant to the exhibit and catalog of “Making Medicine, Cheyenne Ledger Art from Ft. Marion,” produced by the Center of the American Indian in Oklahoma City. From 1985 to 1989 he served as an advisor/consultant to the Center of the American Indian.

In 1985 he published his 100 Years of Native American Painting in the German language as “Hundert Jahre Indianische Kunst in den USA” in Indianische Kunst im 20. Jahrhundert. He also wrote the script and produced the cassette-slide/video production, “The Art of Fort Marion.” At the Plains Pictographic Art Symposium held at the Oklahoma Historical Society he presented the paper entitled “Fort Marion, Florida: The Birthplace of Oklahoma Indian Painting.”

In 1986 Silberman became a member of the Red Earth Fine Arts Committee. He wrote the script and selected the art for another cassette/slide production entitled “Animals in Indian Art,” produced in association with the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. With Edwin L. Wade he provided commentary on selected illustrations for the book The Arts of the Native American Indian.

In 1987 he became an advisory board member to the Jacobson House Foundation in Norman, Oklahoma. He presented a paper entitled “The Early Kiowa Artists” to the Native American Art Studies Association Conference in Denver, Colorado and another paper entitled “The Early Kiowa School of Painting” to the Western History Association Conference in Los Angeles, California. He also curated the exhibit, “Legacy,” at the Governor’s Art Gallery at the State Capitol Building in Oklahoma City.

In 1988 he was co-chair of the Oklahoma Arts Institute Parents Campaign for Excellence and became an adjunct faculty member to Oklahoma City University’s Art department where he taught courses on Native American Art History. In the Plains Anthropologist he reviewed Ronald McCoy’s “Kiowa Memories.” He also received the Governor of Oklahoma’s Special Recognition Award.

In 1989 he was a guest curator of an exhibition project for the University of Oklahoma’s Museum of Art in Norman. He reviewed John R. Wunder’s “The Kiowa” in the Anadarko Daily News and presented a paper entitled “The Art of Fort Marion – Revisionary Comments” to the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming. During this time as well Silberman was a contributor to Groves Encyclopedia of Art and Encyclopedia of Native Americans in the 20th Century. He also wrote “Watonga’s Day in the Sun, or Trickster Comes to Town” for the Chronicles of Oklahoma.

In 1990 Silberman presented a paper entitled “David Pendleton Oakerhater – A Cheyenne Warrior’s Trail from Rogues’ Gallery to Sainthood” to the Missouri Valley Historical Society Conference at St. Paul, Minnesota which was published in Persimmon Hill magazine, Vol. 21, No. 1 in 1993. In 1991 he was a guest curator of the Charles W. Hogan Memorial Art Exhibit at the Charles C. Goddard Center for the Visual and Performing Arts in Ardmore, Oklahoma and he presented a paper entitled “Kuttalyop and the Renaissance of Indian Art” to the Summer Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain. In 1992 he was a guest curator of an exhibition at the University of Oklahoma’s Museum of Art.

Between 1993 and 1994 he was the project director and curator of the touring exhibit, “Beyond the Prison Gate, The Fort Marion Experience and its Artistic Legacy” under the sponsorship of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame. He wrote the essay “History in Three Dimensions” which accompanied the selection of 3-D photographs associated with the latter exhibit and was published in Persimmon Hill magazine, Vol. 21, No. 1. At the Museum of the Five Civilized Tribes in Muskogee, Oklahoma, he served as a consultant in 1993. He also served as a special consultant to Time-Life Publishing’s War for the Plains and his “The Art of Fort Marion” was published in Native Peoples Magazine.

In 1994 Silberman was a judge at the Master’s Art Show held at the Museum of the Five Civilized Tribes. He also served as a judge that year for the Red Earth Festival. At St. Paul’s Cathedral in Oklahoma City he presented his paper “The Spiritual in Indian Art” and he curated the Red Earth Cultural Center’s exhibit “Butterflies…Butterflies…Butterflies.”

Silberman died in the morning of January 6, 1995. Arlene M. Halley was his fiancee at the time of his death. When asked if there was a connection between his own Jewish identity and his work with American Indian art, Silberman answered, “Yes, I think so. Being Jewish, I can certainly appreciate another minority that has been persecuted, but has somehow managed to cope, to survive and to flourish.” (“Expressions of Jewish identity as Diverse as people involved” by Pam Fleischaker in Oklahoma Gazette, December 16, 1987, p. 53.)

The Native American Painting Reference Library consisted of books, booklets, pamphlets, and catalogs which have been cataloged and classified in accordance with library standards. Bibliographic information about these library items can be searched and viewed through the Center’s automated catalog.

The research files, treated as an archival collection and the focus of this discussion, consist of a variety of forms including photocopied records, letters, correspondence, clippings, manuscripts, photographic materials, research notes, brochures, fliers, and note cards.

The first six series are grouped together because they contain information about Native American artists generally and specifically.

Series 1: Artists (General) (1886-1994) 
This series contains files that are indexed alphabetically by the surname of the artist. Biographical and career information are conveyed through clippings (newspaper & other published sources), fliers, brochures, photocopied published articles, some letters, and gallery announcements.

Series 2: Fred Beaver (1937-1993) 
This series includes files that are indexed alphabetically by the folder title. Fred Beaver was a Creek artist who was born July 2, 1911 in Eufaula, OK and died August 18, 1980 in Muskogee, OK. Before devoting full time to his art in 1960, Beaver was employed as a clerk and interpreter by the Bureau of Indian Affairs Indian Field Service. Biographical and career information are conveyed primarily through award certificates, clippings, scrapbooks, and letters.

Series 3: Acee Blue Eagle (1933-1990) 
This series contains files that are indexed alphabetically by the folder title. Acee Blue Eagle was a Creek/Pawnee artist who was born August 17, 1909 north of Anadarko, OK on the Wichita Reservation and died June 18, 1959 in Muskogee, OK. Blue Eagle established the Art Department at Bacone College and was its first Director. Biographical and career information are conveyed primarily through correspondence, letters, notes, clippings, and transcriptions.

Series 4: Silver Horn (1890-1993) 
This series includes files that are indexed alphabetically by the folder title. Born in 1861, Silverhorn was a Kiowa artist who learned painting from his brother, Ohet Toint, who had learned to paint while a prisoner at Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida. A medicine man, a soldier under General Hugh L. Scott between 1889 and 1894, and an uncle of Stephen Mopope, Silverhorn stopped painting around 1918 – 1919 and died circa 1941. Biographical and career information are conveyed primarily fliers, notes, photocopied articles, transcriptions, and correspondence.

Series 5: Jerome Tiger (1965-1994) 
This series contains files that are indexed alphabetically by folder title. Jerome Richard Tiger was a Creek/Seminole artist who was born July 8, 1941 in Tahlequah, OK and died August 13, 1967. Nettie Wheeler and Jeanne Snodgrass are credited with gaining recognition for Tiger and his work. Biographical and career information are conveyed primarily through letters, clippings, and materials related to the chapter Silberman contributed to Peggy Tiger (Tiger’s widow) and Molly Babcock’s The Life and Art of Jerome Tiger.

Series 6: Wa Wa Chaw (1898-1994) 
This series includes files that are indexed alphabetically by folder title. Bonita Wa Wa Calachaw Nunez was a Luiseno artist who was born December 25, 1888 at Valley Center, CA, on the Rincon reservation and died May 12, 1972 in New York City. A lecturer, entertainer, and an activist for Indian and feminist causes, Wa Wa Chaw was married to Manuel Carmonia – Nunez and worked with Dr. Carlos Montezuma. Information about her life and career are conveyed primarily through handwritten pages of autobiographical manuscripts and letters, photocopied research and newspaper articles about her, and interview transcriptions about her.

The following four series deal with topics related to the Kiowa tribe including ethnography, tribal history and art history.

Series 7: Kiowa (1864-1994) 
This series contains files that are indexed alphabetically by folder title and primarily include photocopies of documents, manuscripts and research articles as well as handwritten & typewritten research notes and note cards. The series also contains clippings, some letters, and some booklets.

Series 8: Kiowa, Interviews & Contacts (1921-1989) 
This series includes files that are indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain mostly typewritten interview transcripts between Silberman and interviewee. There are some letters, handwritten research notes, photocopied documents including articles, and clippings.

Series 9: Kiowa, Photos (Photocopied) (1875-1989) 
This series contains files that are indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain mostly photocopied images of prints and documents. These files also contain some letters, handwritten research notes and clippings.

Series 10: Kiowa 5 (1901-1992) 
This series has files that are indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain mostly photocopied documents including letters, published articles, and manuscripts. These files also include some correspondence, transcripts, letters, handwritten research notes, and clippings. Kiowa 5 or the Five Kiowas refers to a group of Kiowa artists who were brought to the University of Oklahoma by Oscar Brousse Jacobson, 1882 – 1966 (Director of the Art Museum) and Edith Mahier (member of the teaching staff at the art school) in the fall of 1926. The five artists, later six, attended non-credit classes at the university, developed their talents, and exhibited and sold their work. At the First International Art Exposition, held in Prague, Czechoslovakia, in 1928 the European art critics called the Kiowa section the most significant and interesting part of the American exhibit. The original Five Kiowas included Spencer Asah, Jack Hokeah, Stephen Mopope, Lois Smoky, and Monroe Tsatoke. James Auchiah, although not one of the original Five Kiowas, joined the group at the University of Oklahoma in the fall of 1927.

Born ca. 1905 – 1910 near Carnegie, OK, Spencer Asah was the son of a Buffalo Medicine Man. His commissions included the murals at Fort Sill, the University of Oklahoma and the Anadarko, Oklahoma Federal Buildings. Asah died in 1954 at Norman, Oklahoma.

Jack Hokeah was born in 1902 in western Oklahoma and died December 14, 1969 at Fort Cobb, Oklahoma. His commissions included the murals at the Santa Fe New Mexico Indian School and St. Patrick’s Mission at Anadarko, Oklahoma.

Stephen Mopope was born August 27, 1898 near Red Stone Baptist Mission on the Kiowa Reservation, Indian Territory and died at Fort Cobb, Oklahoma on February 3, 1974. Mopope’s commissions included the Federal Building in Muskogee, Oklahoma, the First National Bank of Anadarko, Muskogee Junior College, and the U. S. Post Office in Anadarko.

Born near Anadarko in 1907, Lois Smoky received non-credit instruction for a short time at the University of Oklahoma in 1927 when she dropped out and James Auchiah took her place. The daughter of Enoch Smoky, Lois died on February 1, 1981.

The son of Tsa To Kee (Kiowa scout for General Custer), Monroe Tsatoke was born near Saddle Mountain, Oklahoma on September 29, 1904 and died of tuberculosis on February 3, 1937. Tsatoke joined the Native American Church and began a series of paintings which expressed his religious experiences and peyote faith.

The grandson of Chief Satanta and Red Tipi, James Auchiah was born in 1906 near what became Medicine Park, Oklahoma and died on December 28, 1974 at Carnegie, Oklahoma. He was a teacher, illustrator, museum curator, and painter.

Series 11: Subject Files (1874-1994) 
This series is arranged alphabetically by folder title and represent a sizable percentage of the volume of this collection. The clippings, newsletters, magazine issues, letters, pamphlets, postcards, booklets, exhibit brochures, catalogs (publications and exhibition), photocopied research articles and letters, handwritten and typewritten research notes convey information about a variety of both relevant Native American subjects and mundane. In folder Miscellaneous M, box 29, folder 29, for example, there is a personal agreement between the Silbermans and friends over the loan of a swing set. There is, however, considerable information about Exhibits, Indian Arts & Crafts, Indian Murals, Indian Schools, Libraries, Museums, and Symposiums.

Series 12: Archives (1901-1989) 
This series contains files which are indexed alphabetically by folder title and consist of primarily handwritten research notes, fliers, photocopied manuscripts and letters.

Series 13: Art History (1920-1993) 
This series contains files which are indexed alphabetically by folder title and consist of primarily photocopied documents including letters, articles, newspaper clippings. The series also contains typewritten and handwritten research notes, clippings, and letters.

The following four series are interrelated in terms of Silberman’s interest in the art produced by some of the captive Plains Indians taken as prisoners from Fort Sill, Oklahoma to Fort Marion in St. Augustine, Florida in 1875.

Series 14: Art of Fort Marion (1876-1993) 
This series is indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain slide scripts, manuscript drafts, photocopied documents, and typewritten research notes. The series contains information about Making Medicine, a.k.a. David Pendleton Oakerhater, who was a Cheyenne artist and among the 72 Plains Indians taken as prisoners to Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida in 1875. Born ca. 1842 and died in 1931, Making Medicine was canonized as a saint by the Episcopal Church in 1986 in recognition of his devotion to the church. More information about Making Medicine is found in the Fort Marion series 17.

Series 15: Beyond the Prison Gate (1875-1994) 
This series has materials which are indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain letters, clippings, photocopied documents including images, articles, and clippings, newsletters, grant applications, fliers, facility reports, and stereoview catalogs. “Beyond the Prison Gate, The Fort Marion Experience and its Artistic Legacy” was a touring exhibit between 1993 and 1994 under the sponsorship of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame.

Series 16: Cheyenne Indians (1901-1992) 
This series reflects the research of Cheyenne tribal historian John L. Sipes, Jr., and includes photocopied documents, letters, and articles and letters from Sipes and Silberman.

Series 17: Fort Marion (1875-1993) 
This series contains files that are indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain photocopied published articles and images (including ledger drawings), manuscripts, letters, handwritten research notes, Art of Fort Marion scripts, and newsletters. Seventy-two Plains Indians were taken as prisoners by Lt. Richard Henry Pratt (1840 – 1924) from Fort Sill, OK to Fort Marion in St. Augustine, FL in 1875. Originally known as Castillo de San Marcos, Fort Marion was built in 1672 by the Spaniards. Through Pratt’s efforts, the Carlisle Indian Industrial School at Carlisle, Pennsylvania was founded in 1879. As head of the school, Pratt stressed academic and industrial education.

Biographical and career information about Fort Marion artist/prisoners are conveyed through these files. Cheyenne artist/prisoner, James Bear’s Heart, was born 1851 and died January 25, 1882 in Darlington, Indian Territory. Buffalo Meat, a Southern Cheyenne artist/prisoner, was born in 1847 and died 1917. Etahdleuh, a Kiowa artist/prisoner, was born in 1856 and died in 1888. Howling Wolf, a Southern Cheyenne artist/prisoner, was born ca. 1850 and died in Waurika, Oklahoma in 1927. He was the son of Minimic Eagle Head, war leader and principal chief of the Cheyenne. Cheyenne artist/prisoner, Walter Matches was born 1857 and died 1888. Educated at Hampton Institute and Carlisle, Matches produced a sketchbook which is held by the University of Pennsylvania Museum. Ohet Toint, was a Kiowa (?) artist/prisoner who died in 1934. Squint Eyes, a Cheyenne artist/prisoner, was born 1857 and died 1932. He attended Hampton Institute after which he worked for the Smithsonian Institution collecting birds on the Cheyenne reservation. Brother of Chief Big Bow, White Horse was a Kiowa artist/prisoner who was born in 1847 and died in 1892. Born in 1855 and died in 1924, Wohaw, a Kiowa artist/prisoner, learned drawing as a prisoner. He returned to Indian Territory in 1878. Paul Caryl Zotom, a Kiowa artist/prisoner, was born ca. 1853 and died on April 27, 1913 in Oklahoma. Producing sketchbooks of drawings and painting ceramics and fans at Fort Marion, Zotom was baptized an ordained deacon of the Episcopal Church in 1881. Zotom collaborated with anthropologist James Mooney in the painting of tipi models.

Series 18: Charles Robinson Hume (1886-1995) 
This series series is indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain mostly photocopied images from the Phillips, C. Ross Hume, and Edward E. Dale collections held in the Western History Collections at the University of Oklahoma. The folders also contain photocopied documents and handwritten research notes. Dr. Charles Robinson Hume (1847 – 1940) assumed his duties as the physician at the Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita agency in Anadarko, Oklahoma in 1890. Annette Ross, his wife, was a prolific photographer and sold between 700 and 800 negatives to the University of Oklahoma in 1930. His son, C. Ross Hume, graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1904 and returned to Anadarko where he established a law practice.

Series 19: Indian Music (1911-1914) 
This series contains files that are indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain photocopied published articles, musical scores, song sheets, and a guide to the Charles Wakefield Cadman Collection held by Pennsylvania State University. Cadman (1881 – 1946), an American composer, pianist, and teacher, collected and recorded Omaha and Winnebago tribal melodies and studied American Indian music in the summer of 1909. He toured the country between 1909 and 1916 with a Native American princess, the mezzo-soprano Tsianina Redfeather giving a series of lecture recitals on American Indian music. Cadman is known to the public principally for two songs – From the Land of the Sky Blue Water and At Dawning. A faculty member at the University of Wichita from 1927 to 1947, Thurlow Lieurance (1878 – 1963) studied Native Americans and their music and incorporated their musical themes in his compositions. Donating American Indian songs and melodies that he recorded to the Museum of Santa Fe and to the Smithsonian Institution, Lieurance wrote a handbook of Indian music, art, ceremony and language entitled To Dance, Live, Love, and Sing in 1940.

The next two series concern the topic of ledger art and the files are indexed alphabetically by folder title. According to Joyce M. Szabo in her book Howling Wolf and the History of Ledger Art, “late nineteenth-century Plains art on paper is referred to generically as ledger art. Although many of the drawings were made on the lined pages of actual accountants’ ledger books obtained by Plains warriors, many others were created on unlined drawing paper or on whatever type of paper was available…Ledger art is a convenient descriptive term for an art style.” (pp. xiii-xiv)

Series 20: Ledger Drawing Photos (photocopied) (1875-1993) 
This series contains photocopies of images of Native American artists/prisoners and prisoner lists at Fort Marion. The files do not contain any photocopies of ledger drawings.

Series 21: Ledger Drawings (1885-1994) 
This series contains mostly photocopies of ledger drawing images, some letters, handwritten research notes, and some photocopied clippings and published articles.

Series 22: New Deal Art (1933-1994) 
This series is indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain photocopied documents including published articles, letters, and correspondence. The Federal Art Project, a division of the Works Progress Administration established in 1935, created over 5,000 jobs for artists and produced over 225,000 works of art. Between 1933 and 1934 the Public Works of Art Project attempted to provide employment for artists on relief. This latter project was succeeded by the Treasury Department Section of Painting and Sculpture in 1934.

Series 23: Photography (1955-1990) 
This series contains information about photographers, their photography, and photography in general. The files are indexed alphabetically by folder title and are comprised of handwritten research notes, fliers, brochures, photocopied images and manuscripts, clippings, and research articles.

Series 24: Photos (photocopied) (1890-1994) 
This series includes files that are indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain mostly photocopied images from prints and documents and some letters and handwritten research notes.

Series 25: Watonga Mural (1902-1994) 
This series is indexed alphabetically by folder title and contain primarily photocopied images, articles, newspaper clippings and some clippings and handwritten research notes. Painted in 1941 by Edith Mahier, the Watonga Mural in the post office of Watonga, Oklahoma depicted Chief Roman Nose and other Cheyennes on the day the settlers arrived. Historical inaccuracies were claimed by Cheyenne Chief Red Bird and protests ensued. Drafts of Silberman’s article “Watonga’s Day in the Sun” explain the controversy which centered around the length of Roman Nose’s breech clout.

The following six series are comprised of miscellaneous files which are arranged alphabetically by folder title and contain a variety of forms and a wide range of topics. The series are:
Series 26: Miscellaneous (1888-1994)
Series 27: Miscellaneous Articles (1922-1994)
Series 28: Miscellaneous Articles & Text (1886-1992)
Series 29: Miscellaneous Documents (1871-1989)
Series 30: Miscellaneous Exhibits (1946-1993)
Series 31: Miscellaneous Literature (1910-1985)

The next five series contain information related to and reflective of Arthur Silberman and his activities.

Series 32: Biographical (1942-1994) 
This series contains resumes, Who’s Who entries, clippings, and correspondence. His pursuit of a Masters degree from the College of Liberal Studies at the University of Oklahoma is reflected.

Silberman’s Series 33: Address and Bibliographic Card Files, n.d., comprise the next series and various Series 34: Greeting Cards, Postcards and Business Cards (1994) are included in a separate series.

Series 35: Lectures (1886-1994) 
This series contains mostly typed manuscript drafts, some handwritten research notes, clippings, articles, and letters. They reflect his activities as an adjunct faculty member to Oklahoma City University’s Art Department where he taught courses on Native American Art History.

Series 36: Legal Documents (1977-1980) 
This series contains depositions, restraining orders, scripts, letters and loan agreements related to two legal actions taken by Silberman basically over alleged copyright infringement. One action related to the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority’s production of and script for One Hundred Years of Native American Painting, which was developed from and based upon Silberman’s so-named exhibit, exhibit catalog and script ideas. The other legal action was against Lu Celia Wise, President of Illustrated Books Company, and her book Indian Values Past and Present. Silberman alleged that certain passages were copied from his exhibit catalog 100 Years of Native American Painting and published without permission or proper credit.

Series 37: Note Pages & Cards (1991) 
This series includes bibliographic, library reference, source, and subject cards.

The following six series contain published and unpublished materials which are indexed alphabetically by folder title.

Series 38: Art Catalogs, Fliers, Brochures (1945-1994) 
Includes information about Native American and Non-Indian art shown through catalogs, fliers, brochures, and clippings.

Series 39: Auction Catalogs (1972-1995) 
This includes auction catalogs published by Col. Doug Allard, Butterfield’s, W. E. Channing’s, Christie’s, Larry Gottheim, R. G. Munn, Skinner and Sotheby’s.

Series 40: Photocopied Books (1934-1992) 
This series contains photocopied books listed alphabetically by author surname.

Series 41: Dissertations/Theses (1932-1991) 
This series contains dissertation/theses by authors including those whom Silberman assisted.

Series 42: Papers & Reports (1900-1986) and Series 43: Proposals & Guides (1971-1980)
These series contain such materials as implied by the series titles.

Series 44: Art Catalogs and Series 45: Booklets & Pamphlets
These are described bibliographically at an item-level in the Center’s online public access catalog.

Series 46: Over-sized Items
This series includes art prints, photographic prints, etchings, portfolios, kitsch, scrapbooks, and photocopied ledger art images.

Series 47: Photographic Materials 
This series contains photographic items removed from documentary materials of certain prior series folders. Separation sheets cross-reference the photographic materials with the documentary materials. The files are organized by the order of the series from which they were removed and indexed alphabetically by the folder title which is the same title of the documentary folders.

Personal Names:
Auchiah, James, 1906-1974
Asah, Spencer, ca. 1905-1954
Bear’s Heart, James, 1851-1882
Beaver, Fred, 1911-1980
Blue Eagle, Acee, 1909-1959
Buffalo Meat, 1847-1917
Etahdleuh, 1856-1888
Hokeah, Jack, 1902-1969
Howling Wolf, ca. 1850-1927
Hume, Annette Ross, 1858-1933
Jacobson, Oscar Brousse, 1882-1966
Making Medicine, ca. 1842-1931
Mopope, Stephen, 1898-1974
Nunez, Bonita Wa Wa Calachaw, 1888-1972
Ohet Toint, d. 1934
Pratt, Richard Henry, 1840-1924
Silberman, Arthur, 1929-1995
Silberman, Shifra, d. 1990
Silver Horn, 1860-1940
Smoky, Lois, 1907-1981
Squint Eyes, 1857-1932
Tiger, Jerome, 1941-1967
Tsatoke, Monroe, 1904-1937
Zotom, Paul Caryl, ca. 1853-1913

Corporate Names:
Native American Painting Reference Library

Subject Headings:
Castillo de San Marcos National Monument (Fla.)-History
Five Kiowas
Fort Marion, Saint Augustine, Florida
Indian art-Catalogs
Indian art-Exhibitions
Indian art-Florida-Fort Marion-Exhibitions
Indian art-Florida-Saint Augustine
Indian art-Great Plains-History-19th century
Indian art-Great Plains-History-20th century
Indian art-North America
Indian art-North America-Exhibitions
Indian art-Southwest, New
Indian art-United States
Indian art-West (U.S.)-Catalogs
Indian ledger drawings-United States
Indian artists-Great Plains-Biography
Indian artists-North America-Biography
Indians of North America-Pictorial works-Catalogs
Indians of North America-Relocation-Florida-Saint Augustine
Kiowa art
Kiowa Five
Kiowa painting-Florida-Castillo de San Marcos (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Ledger art
Prisoners as artists-Florida-Castillo de San Marcos (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
West (U.S.) in art-Catalogs

Accession: The materials associated with the Arthur & Shifra Silberman Native American Art Collection were accessioned as a gift from the Arthur Silberman Estate on July 17, 1996.

Organization: While the creator of these research files maintained some organization, his filing system was idiosyncratic and oftentimes random. During processing, original order and topical headings (for the most part) were retained. This order proved to be ineffective in terms of intellectual accessibility to the records and prompted a re-organization, alphabetizing, and an indexing of the series and the folder titles to facilitate access and usability while retaining the original order of the boxes on the shelves.

Processing: Jennifer Flint, Chandra Powell, and Mark White, all graduate students, first began processing this collection in the summer of 1997, supervised initially by Mike Leslie, Curator of Ethnology. In the fall of 1997, Mark White became the principal processor under the supervision of Charles E. Rand, Director of the Research Center. Silberman topical terms or “series” were retained as well as the original order of the files which were housed for the most part in filing cabinets. Preservation photocopying of clippings was undertaken and clippings discarded. Photographic materials included with documentary materials were removed and rehoused in containers of photographic materials. Separation sheets cross-reference the photographic materials with the documentary materials. A preliminary biography and container list were created by the Director in May and June 1998. The present finding aid including indexed container list was completed in January 2001.

The collection is open for research. It is advisable for researchers to discuss their proposed research with staff prior to visiting the Center.

Arthur & Shifra Silberman Native American Art Collection, Box ##, Folder ##, Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Series 1: Artists (General) - 1886-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
137/002 Binder – Index to Artist Names, their works, & locations of works, A-H, n.d.
137/003 Binder – Index to Artist Names, their works, & locations of works, HER-NET, n.d.
137/004 Binder – Index to Artist Names, their works, & locations of works, N-Z, n.d.
084/009 Abeita, Jim, 1974-1989
084/010 Abeyta, Narciso Platero, 1936-1994
084/005 Addresses, 1967-1988
084/011 Ahgupuk, George Aden, 1936-1990
084/012 Aitson, Rich, 1992
084/014 Amiotte, Arthur Douglas, 1986-1988; (Box 117 Folder 1 for photos)
084/015 Anderson, Ron, 1984-1994; Correspondence; (Box 117 Folder 2 for photos)
084/016 Anderson, Troy, 1979-1982
084/017 Annesley, Bob, 1976-1992
090/020 Artist Hopid (Hopi Arts-Crafts Cooperative Guild), 1977
084/018 Asenap, Hollis, Jr., 1963-1977
087/008 Ash, Samuel, Canadian, 1979
084/019 Atencio, Gilbert Benjamin (Wah Peen), 1944-1978; (Box 117 Folder 3 for photos)
085/001 Awa Tsireh (Alfonso Roybal), 1925-1986; (Box 117 Folder 4 for photos)
085/003 Bales, Jean, 1974-1987
085/004 Battles, Asa, 1975-1980
087/009 Beam, Carl Edward, Canadian, 1980-1982
087/010 Beardy, Jackson, Canadian, 1980
099/008 Beatien Yazz, 1947-1991; (Box 118 Folder 53 for photos)
085/005 Beaver, Fred, 1958-1980
085/007 Beaver, Fred, Franklin Mint, 1974-1990
085/006 Beaver, Fred, Letters and Biographical information, 1951-1980
085/008 Beaver, Fred, Newspaper clippings, 1970-1993
085/009 Begay, Harrison, 1967-1986; (Box 117 Folder 7 for photos)
085/010 Begay, Tony, 1971-1979
085/011 Belindo, Dennis, 1969-1983
129/011 Big Bear, Frank, Jr., 1975-1994 (Box 119 Folder 7 for photos)
086/001 Big Bow, Woody, 1949-1990; (Box 117 Folder 8 for photos)
086/002 Biss, Earl, Jr., 1972-1980; (Box 117 Folder 9 for photos)
086/003 Blackowl, Archie, 1946-1992; (Box 117 Folder 10 for photos)
086/004 Blue Corn, 1981
086/005 Bosin, Blackbear (Tsate Kongia), 1956-1994; (Box 117 Folder 11 for photos)
086/006 Boyiddle, Parker, Jr., 1978-1985
086/007 Bradley, David (David Paul Bradley), 1981-1994; (Box 117 Folder 12 for photos)
086/008 Brycelea, Clifford, 1977-1982
086/009 Buffalo, Bennie (Benjamin Buffalo Sr.), 1980-1990
086/010 Bushyhead, Allan, 1947-1983; (Box 117 Folder 13 for photos)
086/011 Bushyhead, Jerome, 1973-1978
086/012 Buzzard, Ducee Blue (Howard Rufus Collins), 1972
086/014 Caesar, Bruce, 1979-1993
087/007 Canadian, Artists, The Art Loft, 1980
086/016 Canadian, Arts of the Raven Gallery, 1981-1982
086/017 Canadian, Canadian Arctic Producers Co-operative Limited, 1968-1981
087/001 Canadian, Canadian Native Prints Ltd., 1977-1981
087/002 Canadian, Canadian Native Prints Ltd., Orders, 1979
087/003 Canadian, Executive Marketing Services, 1980-1981
086/015 Canadian, Miscellaneous, 1977-1981
087/004 Canadian, Potlatch Arts Ltd., 1979-1980
087/005 Canadian, Thompson Gallery, 1980-1989
087/006 Canadian, Weneebaykook, 1980
086/018 Canadian, Woodland Indians Paintings, 1978-1989
087/016 Cannon, T. C., 1972-1993; (Box 117 Folder 14 for photos)
087/017 Cerre, Pascal, n.d.
087/018 Chaddlesone, Sherman, 1981-1991
087/020 Chapman, Jeff (Jeffrey), 1984
087/021 Chavez, Manuel (Bob), 1976; (Box 117 Folder 16 for photos)
087/011 Chee Chee, Benjamin, Canadian, 1981
087/022 Chee, Robert, 1977-1986; (Box 117 Folder 17 for photos)
087/023 Choh, 1886-1991
087/024 Clarke, John (John Louis Clarke), 1934-1970
087/025 Coffin, Doug & Barry, 1980-1983
087/026 Cohoe, Grey, 1982-1994; (Box 117 Folder 18 for photos)
088/001 Collins, Adele, 1976-1977
088/002 Cornplanter, Jesse, 1963
093/021 Cranmer, Doug, Northwest Coast Art, n.d.
088/003 Creepingbear, Mirac, 1980-1993; (Box 117 Folder 19 for photos)
088/006 Crumbo, Woodrow Wilson (Woody), 1936-1992; (Box 117 Folder 21 for photos)
088/005 Crumbo, Woodrow Wilson (Woody), Larry Roviello, 1981-1982; (Box 117 Folder 20 for photos)
088/008 Da, Tony, 1971
088/009 Dacon, Chebon, 1973-1988
088/010 Danay, Richard Glazer, 1976-1985
093/022 David, Joe, Northwest Coast Art, 1979
088/011 David, Neil, Sr., 1981-1987
088/012 Davis, Jesse Edwin, II, 1977; (Box 117 Folder 23 for photos)
088/013 Day, Frank, 1981-1984
088/014 Daylight, Larry Clayton, 1972-1977
088/016 De Marce, Roxane, n.d.
088/017 Denetsosie, Hoke, 1983; (Box 117 Folder 25 for photos)
088/018 DesJarlait, Patrick R., 1969-1983; (Box 117 Folder 26 for photos)
088/019 Dick, Cecil, n.d.; (Box 117 Folder 27 for photos)
088/015 Dietz, Angel Decora, 1970; (Box 117 Folder 24 for photos)
088/020 Dishta, Duane, 1977; (Box 117 Folder 28 for photos)
084/007 Dockstader, Frederick, n.d.
088/021 Dodge, Adee, 1960-1984
088/022 Doering, Mavis, 1979-1990
088/023 Doonkeen, Eulamae Narcomey, 1970-1976
088/025 Dot-so-la-lee, 1974-1979
088/026 Duran, Joe Evan, 1939
088/028 Eckiwaudah, Tennyson, 1983-1988; (Box 117 Folder 30 for photos)
088/029 Eskimo Art, 1981-1983
088/030 Eskimo Art, M. F. Feheley Publishers, 1980-1984
089/002 Fife-Stewart, Jimmie Carole, 1979-1981
089/003 Fireshaker, Franklin, 1965-1994
089/004 Flores, William Vann, 1965-1977
089/005 Fonseca, Harry, 1975-1985; (Box 117 Folder 31 for photos)
089/006 Fort Belknap Arts and Crafts Association, 1978
089/008 Garcia, Ernest P., 1964; (Box 117 Folder 33 for photos)
087/012 General, David M., Canadian, 1983
089/009 Geronimo & Naiche, n.d.
089/011 Gobin, Henry, 1981
099/004 Gonzales, Louis (Wo Peen), 1931-1968
089/012 Goodbear, Paul J., 1961-1971; (Box 117 Folder 35 for photos)
089/013 Gorman, R. C., 1967-1993
089/014 Gorman, R. C., White Buffalo Gallery, 1980-1982
089/015 Grey Canyon Artists, 1980
089/016 Gritts, Franklin, 1941-1951; (Box 117 Folder 36 for photos)
090/001 Hadley, Wade, 1950; (Box 117 Folder 38 for photos)
088/004 Halsey, Minisa Crumbo, 1977-1980
090/002 Haney, Enoch Kelly, 1976-1992; (Box 117 Folder 39 for photos)
090/003 Haozous, Robert, 1983-1994; (Box 117 Folder 40 for photos)
090/004 Hardin, Helen, 1977-1992; (Box 117 Folder 41 for photos)
090/005 Harjo, Benjamin, Jr., 1980-1993
090/006 Harjo, Sharrone Ahtone (Marcelle Sharron Harjo), 1975-1986
090/007 Harris, Walt, 1975-1986
090/008 Harvard, James, 1980-1986
096/001 Hawk, Jonny (Johnson Lee Scott), 1967-1976; (Box 118 Folder 31 for photos)
090/009 Heap of Birds, Edgar, 1980-1994
090/010 Henson, Lance, n.d.
090/011 Herrera, Joe, 1952-1989; (Box 117 Folder 42 for photos)
090/012 Herrera, Justino, 1981-1983; (Box 117 Folder 43 for photos)
090/013 Herrera, Velino Shije, 1922-1993; (Box 117 Folder 44 for photos)
090/014 Hessing, Valjean McCarty, 1971-1987
098/026 Hill, Bobby (White Buffalo), 1975
090/015 Hill, Bobby (Whitebuffalo), 1967-1973
090/016 Hill, Joan, 1966-1994; (Box 117 Folder 45 for photos)
090/017 Hinds, Patrick Swazo, 1968-1974
096/011 Homer, Saint Clair, II, 1964-1971
090/018 Hood, Rance, 1967-1991; (Box 117 Folder 46 for photos)
090/019 Hoover, John, 1972-1990
091/002 Houser, Allan C., Biographical, 1938-1994; clippings, letters
091/001 Houser, Allan C., Exhibitions, 1976-1994; (Box 117 Folder 47 for photos)
091/003 Howe, Oscar, 1947-1983; (Box 117 Folder 48 for photos)
091/004 Howell, Frank, 1979-1983
091/005 Hunt, Wolf Robe, 1967-1979
091/006 Hyde, Doug, 1977-1983
084/006 Index of Paintings, 1983
091/008 Ingram, Jerry, 1977-1984
091/010 Jake, Albin Roy, n.d.
091/011 Jones, Ruthe Blalock, 1981-1994
091/012 Joshua, Lee Roy & Edmond, Jr., 1975-1981; (Box 117 Folder 50 for photos)
091/014 Kabance, Joseph, 1971-1972
091/015 Kabotie, Fred, 1922-1990; (Box 117 Folder 52 for photos)
091/016 Kahn, Chester, 1979
087/013 Kakegamic, Joshim, Canadian, n.d.
091/018 Kasheese Studios, 1984
091/019 Keahbone, George Campbell, n.d.
091/020 Kimball, Yeffe, 1967
087/014 Knott, Norman, Canadian, n.d.
091/021 Kuka, King, 1981-1993
092/002 Learned, John, 1973-1975; (Box 117 Folder 54 for photos)
092/003 Lee, Charles (Yel Ha Yah), n.d.
092/004 Lelooska Foundation, 1974
092/005 Lewis, Lucy, 1974-1975
092/006 Little Chief, Barthell, 1971-1972
092/007 Little Thunder, Merlin, 1987-1990
092/008 Loloma, Charles, 1977-1980
092/009 Lomahaftewa, Linda, 1974-1981
092/010 Lomakema, Milland, Sr., 1974-1981
092/011 Lonewolf, Joseph, 1972-1974
092/012 Lovato, Charles Fredric, 1970-1983
089/010 Lucero-Giaccardo, Felice, 1980-1983; (Box 117 Folder 34 for photos)
092/013 Lushanya (Tessie Mobley-Vinay), 1964; (Box 117 Folder 56 for photos)
092/015 Malotte, Jack, 1981
092/016 Manygoats, Ray Joe, 1976
096/005 Martin, Michael James (Silvermoon), 1936-1977
092/018 Martinez, Crescencio, 1918-1994; (Box 118 Folder 2 for photos)
092/019 Martinez, Julian, 1933-1985; (Box 118 Folder 4 for photos)
092/020 Martinez, Maria, 1931-1981
092/021 Martinez, Richard, 1933; (Box 118 Folder 5 for photos)
092/017 Martinez-Montoya Family Tree, n.d.
092/022 Mauldin, Jane (Carol Jane McCarty Mauldin), 1981-1982
092/023 McAlister, Barbara, 1968-1980
092/024 McCombs, Solomon, 1972-1983
092/025 McMurtry, Robert (Robbie), 1979-1991
092/026 McWaters, Jim, 1972-1975
092/027 Medford, Claude, Jr., 1983-1985
092/028 Medina, Rafael, 1971-1991; (Box 118 Folder 6 for photos)
092/029 Merida, Carlos, 1980-1992
092/030 Mirabel, Ernest, 1984; (Box 118 Folder 7 for photos)
084/008 Miscellaneous A (Artists), 1956-1986
085/002 Miscellaneous B (Artists), 1975-1993; (Box 117 Folder 5 for photos)
086/013 Miscellaneous C (Artists), 1970-1992
088/007 Miscellaneous D (Artists), 1970-1993; (Box 117 Folder 22 for photos)
088/027 Miscellaneous E (Artists), 1933-1992
089/001 Miscellaneous F (Artists), 1972-1994
089/007 Miscellaneous G (Artists), 1973-1994; (Box 117 Folder 32 for photos)
089/017 Miscellaneous H (Artists), 1975-1993; (Box 117 Folder 37 for photos)
091/007 Miscellaneous I (Artists), 1972-1987
091/009 Miscellaneous J (Artists), 1973-1989; (Box 117 Folder 49 for photos)
091/013 Miscellaneous K (Artists), 1980-1991; (Box 117 Folder 51 for photos)
092/001 Miscellaneous L (Artists), 1966-1993; (Box 117 Folder 53 for photos)
092/014 Miscellaneous M (Artists), 1936-1994; (Box 118 Folder 1 for photos)
093/009 Miscellaneous N (Artists), 1979-1980; (Box 118 Folder 13 for photos)
093/024 Miscellaneous O (Artists), 1974-1986
093/029 Miscellaneous P (Artists), 1970-1993; (Box 118 Folder 20 for photos)
094/014 Miscellaneous Q (Artists), n.d.
094/018 Miscellaneous R (Artists), 1940-1991
095/005 Miscellaneous S (Artists), 1981-1993
096/019 Miscellaneous T (Artists), 1971-1994; (Box 118 Folder 38 for photos)
098/005 Miscellaneous V (Artists), 1982-1990
098/015 Miscellaneous W (Artists), 1967-1992
099/006 Miscellaneous Y & Z (Artists), 1973-1992
092/031 Momaday, Al, 1970-1982; (Box 118 Folder 8 for photos)
092/032 Montgomery, Gary, 1981-1982
092/033 Montoya, Alfredo, 1974-1982
092/034 Montoya, Geronima Cruz, 1965
092/035 Mootzka, Waldo, 1934-1978; (Box 118 Folder 9 for photos)
093/001 Moquino, Ignacio, 1940; (Box 118 Folder 10 for photos)
093/002 Morez, Mary, 1972-1988
093/003 Morgan, Vanessa, Family Tree, n.d.
093/004 Morrison, George, 1979-1992
093/005 Morrisseau, Norval, 1978-1979
093/006 Moses, James Kivetoruk, 1964-1976; (Box 118 Folder 11 for photos)
093/008 Murdock, Cecil, n.d.; (Box 118 Folder 12 for photos)
093/010 Naha, Raymond, n.d.; (Box 118 Folder 14 for photos)
093/011 Naiche, 1915-1986; Correspondence with Angie Debo; (Box 118 Folder 15 for photos)
093/012 Nailor, Gerald, 1938-1988; (Box 118 Folder 16 for photos)
093/013 Namingha, Dan, 1973-1992
093/014 Naranjo, Michael, 1971-1988
093/015 Narcomey, Luther, 1980-1981
093/016 Nash, Wesley, 1973
093/017 Nevaquaya, Doc Tate, 1969-1990; (Box 118 Folder 17 for photos)
093/018 Nicholas, Daniel D., 1972-1975
093/019 Noel, Maxine, 1980
084/004 Non-Indian, 1985
093/020 Northwest Coast Art, 1976-1980
141/005 Northwest Coast & Eskimo Art – Brochures, 1972-1991
141/006 Northwest Coast & Eskimo Art – Articles, 1977-1986
093/025 Octuck, John, 1993
093/026 Odjig, Daphne, 1977-1981; (Box 118 Folder 18 for photos)
093/027 O’Leary, Diane, 1969-1978
093/028 Oqwa Pi (Abel Sanchez), 1931-1993; (Box 118 Folder 19 for photos)
094/001 Padilla, Fernando, Jr., 1985-1993
094/002 Pahsetopah, Paul, 1972
094/003 Paladin, David Chethlahe, 1977-1985
094/004 Palmer, Dixon, 1979-1980
094/005 Peasley, Bob, 1976-1979
095/001 Peiper-Reigraf Gallery (Dorothee S. Peiper-Riegraf), 1986-1993; (Box 118 Folder 28 for photos)
094/006 Pena, Jose Encarnacion, 1969-1983; (Box 118 Folder 21 for photos)
094/007 Pena, Tonita, 1933-1987; (Box 118 Folder 22 for photos)
094/008 Penn, Robert, 1978
094/009 Pepion, Victor, 1974
094/010 Ponkilla, Tony, 1968-1969
087/019 Pop Chalee, 1937-1994; (Box 117 Folder 15 for photos)
094/011 Postoak, Winston, 1970
094/012 Pratt, Charles, 1970-1982
094/013 Pudlat, Aoudla, 1980-1981; (Box 118 Folder 24 for photos)
094/015 Quann, White Bead, 1983-1984
094/017 Quintana, Ben, 1940-1978; (Box 118 Folder 25 for photos)
094/019 Rabbit, Bill (William E.), 1982-1986
094/021 Recvlohe, Wathla, 1971-1972
094/023 Red Corn, Jim, 1973-1977
094/024 Red Elk, Herman, 1973-1984
094/026 Red Star, Kevin & Gondeck Gallery, 1981
094/025 Red Star, Kevin & Southwest Graphics Gallery & Workshop, 1979-1993; (Box 118 Folder 26 for photos)
094/026A Red Star, Kevin – Letters & Galleries literature, 1976-1993 (Box 119 Folder 8 for photos)
094/022 Redbird, Robert, Jr., 1972-1990
094/027 Reid, Bill, 1976-1994
094/028 Reyes, Lawney, 1976-1982
094/029 Riddles, Leonard (Black Moon), 1963-1990; (Box 118 Folder 27 for photos)
093/007 Rie Munoz, Ltd., 1981
084/013 Roybal, Jose D. (Oquwa or Aku-Wa), 1979-1986
095/002 Roybal, Jose D., 1972-1984; (Box 118 Folder 29 for photos)
095/003 Rutledge-Gates, Catherine Ann (Cathy Rutledge), 1980-1982
095/004 Rydal Press, 1993
087/015 Saggashi, Fred, Canadian, n.d.
095/006 Sampson, Will, 1968-1976
091/017 Sandy, Percy Tsisete (Kai Sa), 1968
095/007 Sapp, Allen, 1980
095/008 Saul, C. Terry, 1962-1976
095/009 Scholder, Fritz William, 1971-1983
095/010 Scholder, Fritz William, 1972-1983
095/011 Scholder, Fritz William, 1972-1983; (Box 118 Folder 30 for photos)
141/007 Scholder, Fritz – Gallery Guides, 1972-1994
096/002 Seabourn, Bert, 1975-1994; (Box 118 Folder 32 for photos)
094/020 Seabourn, Connie (Connie Seabourn Ragan), 1982-1993
096/003 Secondine, Donald Henry, Jr., 1972-1973
096/004 Shipshee, Louis, 1955-1993
096/006 Smith, Ernest, 1938-1978; (Box 118 Folder 33 for photos)
094/016 Smith, Jaune Quick-To-See, 1980-1990
096/007 Souligny, Alice L., 1978-1979
144/004 Souligny, Alice, n.d.
096/008 Speck, Henry, 1975-1984
096/009 Speckled Rock, Paul J. & Rosemary Appleblossom, 1977
096/010 Spybuck, Ernest, 1937-1987; (Box 118 Folder 34 for photos)
096/012 Standing Soldier, Andrew, 1938-1949
096/013 Stewart, Kathryn, 1979
096/014 Stewart, Susan, 1978
096/015 Stone, Willard, 1941-1990; (Box 118 Folder 35 for photos)
096/016 Stroud, Virginia A., 1971-1994
084/003 Students, 1989-1994
096/017 Suina, Theodore, 1991; (Box 118 Folder 36 for photos)
096/018 Sweezy, Carl, 1950-1986; (Box 118 Folder 37 for photos)
097/001 Tahoma, Quincy, 1943-1994; (Box 118 Folder 39 for photos)
097/002 Tanner, Clara Lee, n.d.
097/003 Thomas, Roy, 1977-1978; (Box 118 Folder 40 for photos)
097/004 Thompson, Art, n.d.
093/023 Thompson Gallery, Northwest Coast Art, 1980
097/005 Tiger, Dana, 1988-1994
097/006 Tiger, Jerome Richard, The Jerome Tiger Project, 1992
097/007 Tiger, Jerome Richard, Tiger Print Price Lists, 1983-1994
097/008 Tiger, Jerome Richard, “Life and Art of Jerome Tiger” (Manuscript), 1980-1981
097/009 Tiger, Johnny, Jr., 1976-1986
097/010 Timmons, Dan B., 1974-1993
097/011 Toddy, Irving, 1970-1983
097/013 Toledo, Jose Rey, 1964-1994; (Box 118 Folder 41 for photos)
097/012 Toledo, Jose Rey, “Dancing Spirits” Exhibit, 1994
097/014 Tookoome, Simon, 1980
097/015 Toppah, Herman, 1968
098/001 Tsatoke, Lee Monette, 1956-1994; (Box 118 Folder 42 for photos)
098/002 Tsatoke, Monroe A., n.d.
098/003 Tsinajinnie, Andrew Van, 1940-1985; (Box 118 Folder 43 for photos)
098/004 Tuvahoema, Kyrate, 1931; (Box 118 Folder 44 for photos)
088/024 Two-Arrows, Tom (Tom Dorsey), 1942-1956; (Box 117 Folder 29 for photos)
098/006 Van Wert, Gordon, 1981-1983
098/007 Vann, Donald, 1974-1985; (Box 118 Folder 45 for photos)
098/008 Velarde, Pablita, 1938-1990; (Box 118 Folder 46 for photos)
098/009 Vicenti, Steven (Nehakije), 1934
098/010 Vigil, Paul, 1984; (Box 118 Folder 48 for photos)
098/011 Vigil, Romando, 1931-1984; (Box 118 Folder 49 for photos)
098/012 Vigil, Thomas, 1931-1981
098/013 Vigil, Tim, 1976-1977; (Box 118 Folder 50 for photos)
098/014 Vincent, Zacharie, 1967
098/016 Waano-Gano, Joseph, 1934-1974
098/017 Wahnee, Blanche, 1979-1980
098/019 Warrior, Antowine, 1979-1983
098/020 Washakie, Chief, 1960
098/021 Watchetaker, George Smith, 1965-1993
098/022 West, Dick, 1939-1990; (Box 118 Folder 51 for photos)
098/023 Wheeler, Nettie, Collection, 1988; Appraisal of Paintings and Prints
098/024 White, Randy Lee, 1979-1984
098/025 White Deer, Gary, 1976-1979
098/027 Whitehorse, Emmi, 1981-1991
098/028 Whitehorse, Roland N., 1947-1971; (Box 118 Folder 52 for photos)
098/018 Willetto, Charles, 1984
099/001 Williams, David Emmett, 1973-1982
099/002 Wilson, Charles Banks, 1965-1992
099/003 Woodring, Carl, 1963-1983
099/005 Wynne, Bruce, 1978-1982
099/007 Yahola, Anthony, 1994
099/009 Yellowhair, Robert, 1971-1974
099/010 Yepa, Emilina, n.d.

Series 2: Fred Beaver - 1937-1993

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
085/005 1958-1980
128/014 Certificates of Awards, 1958-1977 (originally in 3-ring binder)
128/015 Clippings & Typed text, n.d. [1937]; Stereotypical Indian Dialect Anecdotes
128/016-017 Clippings, 1953-1977
129/001 Clippings, 1966-1980 (Box 119 Folder 6 for photos)
085/008 Clippings, 1970-1993
085/007 Franklin Mint, 1974-1990
129/002 Franklin Mint, Medallic History of the American Indian, 1974-1977
129/003 Guest Book, Baptist Church Exhibit, 1949
129/004 Interview Transcripts, 1975
129/005 Lee Howard Advertising, 1972
129/006 Letters, 1967-1980
085/006 Letters and Biographical information, 1951-1980
129/007 List of Paintings & Retail Prices, 1973-1977
129/008 Murals Restoration, 1965-1970
129/009 Presidential Villa, 1980
129/010 Programs, Fliers, Printed material, 1968-1979
OS1 Scrapbooks – Beaver, Fred, Letters & clippings, 1941-1968
OS1 Scrapbooks – Beaver, Fred, Awards & participant ribbons, 1949-1975
OS2 Scrapbooks – Beaver, Fred, Clippings & letters (inc. from Garry Moore, Jeff Chandler, Jack Paar),1937-1963
OS2 Photographs – Beaver, Fred, ca. 1950s

Series 3: Acee Blue Eagle - 1933-1990

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
127/001 Abbott, Mae, 1977
127/002 Abbott, Mae – Photos of Collection (notes only), n.d.
127/003 American Indian Exposition – Correspondence, 1951
127/004 Biographical Information, 1935-1989
127/005 Clippings, 1930-1990
127/006 Correspondence – Letters & notes, 1938-1977; Mae Abbott and others
127/007 Correspondence – Letters & notes, 1944-1983
127/008 Debo, Angie – Correspondence, 1955-1959
127/009 Devi Dja, n.d.
127/010 European Exhibit, 1934-1986
127/011 Exhibits – Clippings, 1933-1972
127/012 Fulton, Scott – Interview Transcript, 1975
127/013 Goebel, Art, 1980
127/014 Goetz, Richard W. – Interview Transcript, 1975
127/015 Indonesian Consulate, 1978
127/016 Lectures on Art & Culture, 1955-1959
127/017 Letters received, 1958-1972
127/018 Lowe, Reverend John, n.d.
127/019 Mileham, Dr. Jack – Interview Transcript (1983), 1960-1983
127/020 Moran, Mary – Interview Transcript (1983), 1954-1983
128/001 Murals, 1934-1977
136/006 National Anthropological Archives papers, 1977; Lee H. Coen
128/002 North, James Neill – Interview Transcript, 1975
128/003 Photographs, 1941-1959 (Box 119 Folder 4 for photos)
128/004 Radio Broadcast Notes, 1935; Nan Sheets and Blue Eagle re: Indian Art
128/005 Reiss, Weinold, 1937-1956
128/006 Reproductions, 1941-1988 (Box 119 Folder 5 for photos)
128/007 Selasie, Haile, n.d.
128/008 Smithsonian Institution Transfer, Mae Abbott, 1973-1974
128/009 Stationary, n.d.
128/010 Swineford, Derald – Letters & clippings, 1935-1955
128/011 Transcription of Taped Television Program from Channel 9, April 13, 1972
128/012 University of Oklahoma – Transcript, 1932
128/013 Writings by including Echogee, 1970-1973

Series 4: Silver Horn - 1890-1993

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
074/001 Biographical Information, 1908-1993
074/009 Cost, Steven, Correspondence, 1988-1989; (Box 115 Folder 9 for photos)
073/009 Craterville Hide, 1938; Craterville Park, Cache, OK
073/006 Drawings, Miscellaneous Research, 1899-1985; (Box 115 Folder 4 for photos)
073/005 Drawings, Smithsonian Institution, National Anthropological Archives, 1944-1981
073/007 Duke (Doris) Indian Oral History Collection & Saynday, 1967
074/004 Field Museum Correspondence with Dudley P. Brown, 1900 & Articles & Notes, 1974-1986
072/018 Kansas City Public Library, Correspondence, 1977; (Box 115 Folder 1 for photos)
073/004 Kiowa, 1897-1989; Saynday; Photocopies of Sketchbook paintings; (Box 115 Folder 3 for photos)
073/003 Lab of Anthropology (Museum of New Mexico), 1927-1947; Rose Gray Dougan
072/019 McNay Art Institute (Marion Koogler), Correspondence & Ledgerbook Photocopies, 1889-1975
073/002 Miscellaneous Articles, 1968-1982
073/008 Mooney, James and Medicine Lodge Treaty, 1954-1989
072/020 Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and others, Correspondence, 1973-1990; (Box 115 Folder 2 for photos)
073/001 Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Ledger drawings photocopies, 1990
074/007 New Orleans Museum of Art & Fine Arts Center Correspondence, 1984; (Box 115 Folder 8 for photos)
074/003 Newberry Library Notes, Ledger Art, 1973-1980
074/002 Oklahoma Historical Society, Correspondence, 1968-1974; (Box 115 Folder 5 for photos)
074/005 Philbrook Art Center Correspondence, 1979-1988; (Box 115 Folder 6 for photos)
073/010 Saynday, 1890-1968; Interview transcripts from Duke Indian Oral History Collection
074/008 Saynday Research, 1985
072/015 Saynday, Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, 1992-1993
073/011 Saynday Stories by Delos Lonewolf, George Hunt, and Weston LaBarre, 1924-1935
072/016 Silverhorn, Max, Interview, 1990; Transcript
072/017 University of Oklahoma Press, Correspondence, 1972-1982; Edward A. Shaw
074/006 Witte Memorial Museum Correspondence, 1977-1985; (Box 115 Folder 7 for photos)

Series 5: Jerome Tiger - 1965-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
058/005 1967-1971; (Box 114 Folder 15 for photos)
058/007 Arts Place Exhibit, 1965-1983
130/003 Bill of sale, Scott M. Fulton, 1968-1976
139/006 Congressional Record Tribute to, August 24, 1967
130/004 Correspondence & Clippings, 1967-1974; Peggy Tiger & Nettie Wheeler
130/005 Faver, T. J., 1976
130/006 Four Moons – Program, 1967
130/002 Iles, Eva F., 1977-1980
130/007 Letter to Silberman (signed catalog), 1965-1974
110/001 Letters, biography, clippings, 1966-1980
130/011 Letters & Clippings – Contents of unlabeled, 3-ring binder, 1966-1970; Nettie Wheeler
130/010 Letters & Clippings, 1968-1978
130/009 Letters & Clippings, 1967-1974 (Box 119 Folder 9 for photos)
130/008 Letters & Clippings, 1965-1971
131/004 “Life and Art of Jerome Tiger” – Clippings, 1980-1981
131/005 “Life and Art of Jerome Tiger” – Photocopies of book layout, n.d.
097/008 “Life and Art of Jerome Tiger” (Manuscript), 1980-1981
058/009 Photographs, 1976; (Box 114 Folder 16 for photos)
OS4 Posters – Tiger, Jerome, ca. 1964
130/012 Printed materials, 1967-1983
058/006 Sketchbook, 1980
097/006 Jerome Tiger Project, 1992
097/007 Tiger Print Price Lists, 1983-1994
131/001 Travel as Metaphor & Medieval Poetry, 1985
131/002 United National Indian Tribal Youth (UNITY) Reception, 1980-1981
131/003 Writings about – Clippings, 1967-1992 (Box 119 Folder 10 for photos)

Series 6: Wa Wa Chaw (Nunez, Bonita Wa Wa Calachaw) - 1898-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
100/012 Akwesasne Notes, 1971
101/010 Argentina Palacios Ziegler, 1983-1985; Letters; Drawer 2
100/004 Argentina Palacios Ziegler Interview of Josefina Ramos, 1985; Drawer 2
103/005 Autobiography, Silberman notes on, #1, n.d.
103/006 Autobiography, Silberman notes on, #2, n.d.
101/003 Bill of Sale, Wa Wa Chaw Collection from Stan Steiner, 1982; Drawer 2
137/007 Binder – Wa Wa Chaw Names, derived from her papers, n.d.
137/008 Binder (Removed from) – Wa Wa Chaw, Loose Papers list, #’d 1-151, n.d.
101/038 Biographical, Miscellaneous, 1907-1992; Drawer 2
101/005 Center for Puerto Rican Studies, 1983; Ana Juarbe; Drawer 2
100/017 Comparisons to Other Artists, 1981-1983; clippings
100/005 Davis, Lillian, Interview, 1983; Drawer 2
100/018 Dockstader, Frederick J., Interview, 1983
101/035 Doyle, Arthur Conan, “The New Revelation,” 1918; Drawer 2
100/009 Ferrer, Chino, Information about Manuel & Bonita, n.d.
100/008 Goldstein, Larry, Letter to, 1988
100/019 Guerrero, Mrs., Interview, 1983; Drawer 2
101/001 Hale, Dorothy S., Correspondence, 1984; Drawer 2
101/011 Handwriting Samples, n.d.; Drawer 2
100/020 Henry, Jeanette & Rupert Costo, Interviews, 1982-1983; Drawer 2
100/013 Hines, Miffy, 1983
101/025 Iverson, Peter, “Carlos Montezuma…,” 1982; Drawer 2
101/002 Kainai News, clippings, 1971; Drawer 2
100/011 Kollwitz, Kathe, 1980
102/001 Loose Pages, 1, 2, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/002 Loose Pages, 3, 4, Herman Elliott, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/003 Loose Pages, 5, 6, 7, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/004 Loose Pages, 8, 9, 10, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/005 Loose Pages, 11, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/006 Loose Pages, 12, 13, 14, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/007 Loose Pages, 15, 16, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/008 Loose Pages, 17, 18, 19, 20, 1927; Drawer 2
102/009 Loose Pages, 21, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/010 Loose Pages, 22, 23, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/011 Loose Pages, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/012 Loose Pages, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/013 Loose Pages, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/014 Loose Pages, 44, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/015 Loose Pages, 45, 46, 47, 48, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/016 Loose Pages, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/017 Loose Pages, 55, 56, 57, 58, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/018 Loose Pages, 60, 61, 62, 63, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/019 Loose Pages, 64, 65, 66, 67, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/020 Loose Pages, 69, 70, 71, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/021 Loose Pages, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/022 Loose Pages, 77, 78, 79, 80, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/023 Loose Pages, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 1926; Drawer 2
102/024 Loose Pages, 86, 87, 88, 89, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/025 Loose Pages, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/026 Loose Pages, 99, 100, 101, 102, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/027 Loose Pages, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/028 Loose Pages, 108, 109, 110, 111, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/029 Loose Pages, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/030 Loose Pages, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 1926; Drawer 2
102/031 Loose Pages, 123, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/032 Loose Pages, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/033 Loose Pages, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, n.d.; Drawer 2
102/034 Loose Pages, 135, 136, 137, 138, n.d.; Drawer 2
103/001 Loose Pages, 139, 140, 141, n.d.; Drawer 2
103/002 Loose Pages, 142, 143, 144, 145, n.d.; Drawer 2
103/003 Loose Pages, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, n.d.; Drawer 2
100/016 Lowell, Robert, Book Review, 1983
099/011 Manuscript for Book, 1970; Box 1
100/006 Medic, Martha, Letters to & Interview, 1983-1984; Drawer 2
100/014 Mental Disorders, Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of, 1980; Drawer 2
101/037 Miscellaneous, 1981-1988; Clippings; Drawer 2
099/014 Miscellaneous clippings & letters,1924-1971; Drawer 1
101/033 Miscellaneous letters, notes, clippings, 1901-1994; Drawer 2
100/003 Miscellaneous Notes and Letters, 1959-1964; Drawer 1
100/002 Miscellaneous Notes and Manuscripts, 1963-1971; Drawer 1
101/028 Mission Agency Record Search, n.d.; Drawer 2
101/029 Montezuma, Carlos, 1909-1983; Drawer 2
100/010 Montezuma, Carlos, Files from University of Wisconsin, 1911-1922; Drawer 2
101/026 Montezuma, Carlos, Papers at Western History Collections, n.d.; Drawer 2
099/016 Moore, R. Laurence Moore “In Search of White Crows,” 1977; Drawer 1
101/012 Munch, Edvard, 1983; Drawer 2
101/036 National Museum of American Art, 1988-1990; Drawer 2
101/006 Navajo Times, Clippings, 1969-1970; Drawer 2
101/007 New Thought Religion, 1978; Drawer 2
100/007 Newberry Library, 1983-1985; Drawer 2
099/012 Notes & Poems, n.d.; Box 1
101/008 Occult Bibliography, n.d.; Drawer 2
101/024 Occult writing, n.d.; Drawer 2
101/027 Outlook Magazine, “The Study of the Mind,” 1898; Drawer 2
101/004 Paintings Collections, 1972-1983; Steiner-Dockstader letters; Drawer 2
101/009 Philbrook Art Center, 1947-1983; Drawer 2
100/015 Photocopies of Paintings, n.d.
101/032 Photos (photocopied), 1922-1983; Drawer 2
099/013 Poems & Miscellaneous Letters, 1956-1964; Box 1
101/013 Poetry, 1922; clipping; Drawer 2
101/031 Poole, Eva, “A Gift for Creativity,” 1982; Drawer 2
101/016 Porter, Katherine Anne, 1983; clipping; Drawer 2
101/018 Psychic Interest, 1983; Drawer 2
101/015 Psychical Research, British Society for, 1983; Drawer 2
101/014 Psychology, 1900; “The Outlook”; Drawer 2
101/030 Reproductions of Works, n.d.; Drawer 2
103/004 Scrapbook, 1969-1972; Clippings, letters, cards, & cancelled stamps
101/020 Siegel, Morris, “Spiritualism versus Catholicism in Puerto Rico,” 1947-1983
099/015 Sigmund, Mrs. Mary Jane, Letters to, 1970-1983; Drawer 1
100/001 Silberman Notes, 1983-1984; Drawer 1
101/019 Solomon, Glen, n.d.; Drawer 2
101/034 Spirit Woman, Photocopied pages from, n.d.; Drawer 2
101/021 Steiner, Stan, 1983; Letters; Drawer 2
101/022 Summitt, Paul, 1983; Drawer 2
101/023 Thorpe, Richard C., n.d.; Drawer 2
101/017 Violet, the Color, n.d.; Drawer 2

Series 7: Kiowa - 1864-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
004/008 Academic Records, 1913-1923
005/001 “Ageless We Dance” booklets w/notecards, 1982
001/010 Alexander Lesser Anthropology Field Program, 1935; Notes, Letters
003/009 American Indian Exposition, Tulsa, 1936-1938; WPA Experimental Gallery
003/021 Anadarko Daily News, 1987
004/004 Anita Howard Exhibition, 1931; (Box 111 Folder 5 for photos)
007/025 Anthropological Studies (Articles & Papers), 1876-1973
009/003 Apekaum, Charles, 1936-1980
007/026 Baugh (Timothy G.) “Revitalization Movements Among the Kiowa and Kiowa-Apache,” 1970
004/007 Bibliographic and Note cards, n.d.
007/014 Bibliography, 1985-1988
138/001 Binder – Kiowa Art, Notes & text, n.d.
138/002 Binder – Kiowa, Index, A-L, n.d.
138/003 Binder – Kiowa, Index, M-Z, n.d.
138/004 Binder – Kiowa Material Culture Guide, 1990-1993; with typed text about Shield models
138/005 Binder – Kiowa Project, 1989
005/013 Black Leggings Warrior Society, 1983-1988
001/021 Calendar, Anante, n.d.; drawings
009/006 Calendar, n.d.; Photocopied and rolled. (See legal size Box 108 for additional “Kiowa” files)
001/020 Calendars, 1935-1971; notes & manuscripts (Box 111 Folder 2 for photos)
001/019 Calendars, Indian, 1935-1982
001/011 Cameron (Harold) “Problems of Oklahoma Youth from Traditional Indian Homes”, n.d.
005/008 Cartier (Jacques) Dance Recitals, 1933
001/016 Children’s Art, n.d.; Handwritten bibliographic notes
004/011 Claims (Indian Claims Commission), 1867-1973
004/012 Constitution and By-Laws, 1967-1973
009/005 Corwin (Hugh C.), “Fifty Years With the Kiowa Indians, 1850-1900,” [1984]
009/001 Cozad, Belo, n.d.
003/004 Craterville Park, 1927-1946
008/005 Crawford, Isabel, 1915-1967; “Kiowa Story of a Blanket Indian Mission”
005/011 Dance Back the Ponies Letter, 1905-1923
003/005 Daughter of the Dawn, 1924
008/009 Dissertation: Levy (Jerrold), “After Custer: Kiowa Political & Social Organization…,” 1959
008/003 Dissertation: Monahan (Forrest), “Trade Goods on the Prairie: Kiowa Tribe & White Trade Goods,”1965
001/015 Dohasan Tipi (Tohausen Tipi), 1963-1969; Fort Sill, Sidney Petersen (Box 111 Folder 1 for photos)
007/023 El Modjii Arts Society, University of Oklahoma, 1930
006/001 Ethnology, Doris Duke Papers, 1967-1981; Interviews: Guy Quoetone, Jenny & Cecil Horse
002/014 Exhibitions, 1929-1980
002/011 Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, 1931-1936
003/011 Fairs and Expositions, 1874-1939
001/002 Farmers, 1919
005/010 Feather Dancer, 1973
003/001 Field Matrons, 1919-1920
002/018 Fort Sill File on Peyote, 1907-1968
004/013 Fort Sill Medicine, 1969
003/010 Gallup Independent, Gallup, NM, 1933-1972; photocopied clippings
005/009 Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial Assn., 1931-1989
135/008 Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial – Paintings & Sculpture Awards & Prices, 1965-1974
140/003 Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial – Programs, 1966-1970
002/016 Gamble (John Irvin) Articles on Dance, 1952-1960
007/024 Genealogy and Census, 1900-1922
005/012 Ghost Dance, 1898-1980
004/005 Gilcrease Paintings, 1955-1989; (Box 111 Folder 6 for photos)
003/014 Gillette Griswold, n.d.; handwritten notes
005/005 Ginsburgh & Swett, “The Kiowa Peyote Ritual,” 1923; (Box 111 Folder 8 for photos)
002/010 Golden Gate International Exposition, 1938-1940
005/014 Gourd Dance Clan, 1958
001/001 Government Relations, 1923-1927; Indian Money
001/017 Historical Art, n.d.; Handwritten bibliographic notes
001/006 Historical Persons, 1881-1980; Fort Sill, Bigbow, Satanta, Gia-on-tie
001/005 History, 1892-1987; Clippings and articles
001/007 I-See-O, nd.; Manuscript biography
003/020 Indian Arts & Crafts, Attitudes toward, 1916-1947; (Box 111 Folder 3 for photos)
002/013 Indian Day, Wewoka, 1931; Seminole Indian Fair
008/007 Indian School Magazine, Oklahoma, 1932
007/003 Inter-State Arts Newspaper, Chickasha, 1931
006/008 International Congress on Art Education, Prague (1928) 6th Annual, 1928-1982
007/002 Jacobson (Oscar B.) “Indian Artists from Oklahoma,” 1957-1964
008/001-002 Jacobson House (University of Oklahoma), 1984-1993
002/015 Kiowa Art Folio, 1928-1983
007/001 Kiowa Five, History, 1928-1982
001/004 Kiowa Historical & Research Society, 1983; Linn Pauahty, Chairman
001/008 Kiowa Historical Society, 1972; Meeting announcement, Menu
001/013 “Kiowa Indian News,” 1983-1987
003/017 Kiowa Tribe Annual Reports, 1984-1985
003/006 Knott (Gertrude) Coll., Lane (Willi Baze) Papers, National Folk Festival, 1925-1989
002/012 MacDowell Club of Allied Arts, 1927-1941
008/010 Mahier (Edith) Biographies, 1940
007/015 Methvin (Rev. J.J.) “Andele, or The Mexican-Kiowa Captive,” 1927 [1899]
006/009 Minneapolis Institute of Arts 1929 Exhibit, 1929-1989
003/013 Miscellaneous Notes & Clippings, 1967-1984
003/008 Miscellaneous Programs, 1926-1931; photocopies
001/012 Miscellaneous Research Note Cards, n.d.
005/007 Mishkin (Bernard), “Rank and Warfare Among the Plains Indians,” 1941
002/001 Mopope (Stephen) and Fort Sill Murals, 1979-1989
006/006 Murals, Bacone College, 1977; (Box 111 Folder 12 for photos)
002/002 Murals, Fort Sill Indian School, 1938
002/006 Murals, Hokeah (Jack) and Hogan Murals, n.d.; (Box 111 Folder 14 for photos)
006/005 Murals, Mopope (Stephen) and Anadarko, 1936-1994; (Box 111 Folder 11 for photos)
002/003 Murals, Northeastern State University: Stephen Mopope and James Auchiah, 1934-1988
002/004 Murals, Oklahoma Historical Society: Monroe Tsatoke and Spencer Asah, 1934-1989
006/004 Murals, Oklahoma, n.d.
006/003 Murals Restoration, Anadarko Public Library, 1989; Stephen Mopope
002/005 Murals, Riverside Indian School, n.d.
006/002 Murals, Santa Fe Indian School, 1933-1988; (Box 111 Folder 10 for photos)
002/009 Murals, Southwestern Oklahoma State University: Stephen Mopope,1972-1989;(Box 111 Folder 15 for photos)
007/006 Murals, Spanish Canyon & Carnegie, 1990-1991
002/007 Murals, St. Patrick’s Mission Murals, 1930-1991
002/008 Murals, University of Oklahoma Murals: Monroe Tsatoke and Stephen Mopope, 1929-1938
005/002 Music, American Indian Sound Chief Records, 1988
005/003 Music, Recordings, Library of Congress, et al, 1982-1986
005/004 Music, Recordings, Song Texts, Indiana University, 1983-1986
005/015 Oh Hau-Ma Lodge, 1989; Gourd Clan
007/004 Oklahoma City Attractions, 1988 in Spirit Magazine, “Back in the Saddle”
006/010 Oklahoma Historical Society Exhibit, 1984-1985
004/001 Paintings Misc., 1930-1989; University of Oklahoma Museum of Art (Box 111 Folder 4 for photos)
008/006 Parsons (Elsie Clews), “Kiowa Tales,” 1929-1985
007/005 Peters, Susie (Susan Ryan Peters), Field Matron & Kiowa Art, 1927-1939
005/016 Peyote, 1954-1983; Clippings, articles, letters; (Box 111 Folder 9 for photos)
007/016 Poolaw’s “The Mocassin Trail,” Chapters 1 & 8, 1932
108/002 Richardson, Jane, “Law and Status Among the Kiowa Indians,” 1940
108/001 Roll, Proposed Per Capita Payment (Kiowa, Comanche & Apache Tribes of OK), 1968
007/007 Satanta, n.d.
005/006 Schneider (Mary Jane), “Production of Indian-Use and Souvenir Beadwork…” 1983
003/018 Schneider (Mary Jane) Article, “Connections: Family Ties in Kiowa Art,” ca. 1981
007/012 School, Fort Sill Indian, 1921-1981
007/013 School, Rainy Mountain Boarding, 1914-1982
007/010 Schools, Indian, 1928-1981
007/011 Schools, Indian, Health Problems, 1911-1980
007/009 Schools, Indian Misc., 1912-1940
007/008 Schools, Red Rock / Red Stone Mission, 1914-1987
006/011 Seminole Public Library Exhibit, 1991
004/003 Settle, Fred, Mrs., 1976
009/004 Sheppard, Yolande J. (Mrs. J. Craig Sheppard), Correspondence, 1973-1989; Includes transcriptions for interviews conducted by phone on November 14 & 30, 1981; (Box 111 Folder 13 for photos)
009/002 Sign Language, 1931-1932
003/012 Silberman Letters & Correspondence, 1971-1989; Kiowa Project, 1989
006/007 Sloan, John, 1931-1932; Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts
003/007 Southeastern Fair, 1934
004/006 Southern Plains Indian Museum, 1989; (Box 111 Folder 7 for photos)
001/009 Southern Plains Indian Museum Booklet, 1977; clippings
004/009 St. Patrick’s Mission School, Anadarko, 1912-1980; Sister Mary Carissa Bischof
007/017 St. Patrick’s Mission, Marquette University Archives, 1921-1981
003/003 Sun Dance (Kado), 1911-1966
003/002 Thesis: Buntin (Martha L.), “History of the Kiowa, Comanche & Wichita Indian Agency,” 1931
002/017 Thesis: Hampton (Carol McDonald), “The Sacrament of the Native American Church: Peyote,” 1973
008/008 Thesis: Moore (Ila Cleo), “Schools & Education Among the Kiowa & Comanche Indians,” 1940
008/004 Thesis: Wild (George), “History of Education of the Plains Indians of Southwestern Oklahoma…,” 1941
001/014 Tipis, Shields, 1960-1979; Fort Sill, Big Bow
001/018 Tipis, Southern Plains Indian Museum, 1971-1974; clippings
004/010 Treaties, 1864-1967
001/003 Tribal Offices, n.d.
007/022 University of Oklahoma Indian Clubs, 1927-1938
007/020 University of Oklahoma, Photos of, 1925
004/002 University of Oklahoma Colophon, 1930-1971
003/015 University of Oklahoma Art Exhibits (Non-Kiowa) by Oscar B. Jacobson, 1940-1956
007/019 University of Oklahoma Art Department, 1929-1980
007/018 University of Oklahoma Records (Registrarial), 1980
007/021 Wentz (Lew), Student Loan Fund, 1929-1980
003/019 Wi-No-Na & Mau-Tam Clubs, 1922-1938
003/016 Works Progress Administration, Oklahoma, 1935-1936

Series 8: Kiowa: Interviews & Contacts - 1921-1989

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
009/008 Bizzell, 1941
009/009 Bointy, Sallie, 1983; Letter to
009/010 Brandt, Joseph, 1979
009/012 Callahan, Robert E., 1931-1989
010/007 Calvin, Chaucey E., “The Renaissance of Indian Art,” n.d.; Student paper
009/013 Carpenter, Paul, 1981; Letter to
009/014 Clark, Ben, 1983
009/015 Collier, John, 1925-1977
009/016 Conover, Bill & Una, n.d.
009/017 Corsal, Roger, n.d.
009/018 Corwin, Hugh, 1982
009/019 Dovell, Pearl, 1931; Wewoka
009/020 Dunn, John, Interview, 1981
009/007 Ewing, Ina Cortez, Interview, 1979-1980
009/022 Frank, John Nathaniel, n.d.
009/021 Fulton, Scott on Stephen Mopope, Interview, 1979
009/023 Good, Leonard, 1979-1989; Correspondence
009/024 Horse, Cecil & Jennie, 1973-1974
009/025 Howard, Anita (aka Anita Kramer), 1941-1987
010/001 Hrdy, Olinka, 1932-1982; (Box 111 Folder 16 for photos)
010/004 Jacobson (Oscar B.), “Oklahoma Five” Exhibition, 1931-1932
010/003 Jacobson (Oscar B.) & IBM Collection, 1940-1983
010/002 Jacobson, Oscar B., 1927-1973; (Box 111 Folder 17 for photos)
010/008 King, Jeanne Snodgrass, Transcript, 1979
010/009 Kirk, Betty, n.d.; Letter about her physical & mental condition
010/011 Lacer, Mary, n.d.
011/001 Lane, W. B. (Mrs. Charles E. Pond), 1922-1947
010/012 Lane, W. B. (Willi Baze) Papers, 1921-1951
011/002 Lottinville, Savoie, 1981
011/004 Mahier, Edith, 1967
011/005 Marks, Cedric H., 1980-1989
011/006 Martinez, Richard, 1982
011/003 McKenzie, Parker, 1974-1983; (Box 111 Folder 18 for photos)
011/008 Mopope Santos, LaQuinta, 1974; (Box 111 Folder 19 for photos)
011/009 Nordmark, Olle, 1938-1975
011/010 Olkinetsky, Sam, 1980
011/011 O’Neal, John, 1981
011/012 Palmer, Dixon, 1982-1987
011/013 Palmer, Gus, 1982-1987
011/014 Pauahty, Linn, 1956; (Box 111 Folder 20 for photos)
011/015 Peters, Susie (Susan Ryan Peters), 1932-1984
010/010 Preston, Mrs. John (Dorothy Kirk), 1972; Interview
011/016 Price, Cordia, 1981
011/018 Reed, Gerry, 1983
011/019 Robinson, Adah, 1939
010/005 Schneider (Mary Jane), “Report on A Museum Fellowship…Research on Kiowa Beadwork,” 1972
009/011 Schwarz, Joyce Burt, Interview, n.d.
011/020 Sears, Paul, 1981
011/021 Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1932-1982; Correspondence with Dee Barber
012/001 Sheets, Nan, 1931-1979
012/002 Shunatona, Bat, 1982
012/003 Smith, Harold, 1981
012/004 Stone, Bentley, 1979; Comments on Peyote Ritual, Tsatoke & Auchiah paintings
011/017 Sunrise, Riley B. (Quoyavema), 1934-1979; (Box 111 Folder 21 for photos)
012/005 Swinford, Darel, 1979
012/007 Taylor, Joe, 1981
011/007 Thesis: Misner (Willie J.), “An Evaluation of Art Activity in Oklahoma during…,” 1940
010/006 Thesis: Jones (Enid M.), “The Five: Examination of Indian Renaissance…Univ. of Oklahoma,”1976
012/006 Tonemah, Scott, 1982
012/009 Tsatoke, Gordon, 1980
012/008 Tsoodle, Charles, 1989
012/010 Walker, A. A., 1979
012/011 Wallace, Alice, 1978-1981

Series 9: Kiowa: Photos (Photocopied) - 1875-1989

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
012/031 Asah, Spencer, 1984-1986; (Box 111 Folder 35 for photos)
012/032 Auchiah, James, 1966-1986; (Box 112 Folder 1 for photos)
012/015 Correspondence (Photo requests), 1989
012/033 Fort Sill, [1960]; (Box 112 Folder 2 for photos)
012/022 Gallup Ceremonial, 1937-1938; (Box 111 Folder 28 for photos)
012/030 Hokeah, Jack, 1900-1944; (Box 111 Folder 34 for photos)
012/018 Kiowa 5, 1928-1989; (Box 111 Folder 24 for photos)
012/017 Kiowa 5 at University of Oklahoma, 1928-1989; (Box 111 Folder 23 for photos)
012/020 Kiowa 5 (Groups), n.d.; (Box 111 Folder 26 for photos)
012/029 Kiowa 5, 1923-1985; (Box 111 Folder 33 for photos)
012/023 Kiowa 5 Paintings, 1928-1986; (Box 111 Folder 29 for photos)
012/014 Kiowa Kitchen, n.d.
012/028 Misc., 1901-1946; (Box 111 Folder 32 for photos)
012/012 Misc., n.d.
012/021 Misc. Photos, 1875-1989; (Box 111 Folder 27 for photos)
012/016 Mopope, Stephen, 1901-1989
012/026 Mullarky Photo, n.d.; (Box 111 Folder 30 for photos)
012/024 Published Photos, 1927-1938
012/025 Sheppard, 1983
012/019 Smoky, Lois (Lois Smoky Kaulaity), n.d.; ( Box 111 Folder 25 for photos)
012/013 St. Patrick’s Mission, 1909-1930; (Box 111 Folder 22 for photos)
012/027 Tsatoke, Monroe, n.d.; (Box 111 Folder 31 for photos)

Series 10: Kiowa 5 - 1901-1992

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
071/012 Anthropology Summer Study, J.J. Richardson, 1935-1984
070/012 Articles on Kiowa 5, 1929-1939; clipping, photocopies
069/015 Asah, Spencer, Biographical, 1929-1970; (Box 114 Folder 32 for photos)
069/016 Asah, Spencer, Genealogy and Census, 1914-1954
069/017 Asah, Spencer, Ida Atocknie Asah Interview Transcript, 1937-1989; (Box 114 Folder 33 for photos)
069/008 Auchiah, James & Satanta, 1941-1976; (Box 114 Folder 30 for photos)
069/003 Auchiah, James, 1931-1975; Obituary
069/004 Auchiah, James, 1934-1980; Correspondence with Silberman, 1971-74; (Box 114 Folder 29 for photos)
069/002 Auchiah, James, 1946-1971; Letters to Auchiah, Quetone Resolution; (Box 114 Folder 28 for photos)
069/001 Auchiah, James, 1971-1991
137/001 Auchiah, James, Binder of Transcripts of Interviews with, 1971-1972
069/004B Auchiah, James, Comments re: Blue Eagle & Tsatoke (96.17.182A&B, 96.27.0661), 1972-1973
136/002 Auchiah, James, Kiowa History Research File, 1901-1973; Notes; Jerome Treaty Document, 1901
136/003 Auchiah, James, Kiowa History Research File, 1901-1973; Letters
136/004 Auchiah, James, Kiowa History Research File, 1901-1973; Typed histories & anecdotes
069/004A Auchiah, James, “Kiowa Indian Art” by Auchiah, original draft, 1938
136/005 Auchiah, James, Santanta Reburial, Letters & clippings, 1963-1967
069/007 Auchiah’s Design Drawings (photocopied) for Fort Sill Museum, 1975-1976
069/005 Auchiah’s Murals for the Department of Interior, 1939-1972
069/006 Auchiah’s Shield Sketches, n.d.
072/012 Conservation, 1985-1989; (Box 114 Folder 43 for photos)
071/007 Early Kiowa Artists, Catalogue / Reference Material, 1981-1989; clippings
071/004 Early Kiowa Artists, Correspondence, 1989-1990; University of Oklahoma Museum Art
072/014 Early Kiowa Artists, Costumes, 1989
072/011 Early Kiowa Artists, Exhibit, 1988-1989; Correspondence
071/010 Early Kiowa Artists, Expenses, 1987
071/009 Early Kiowa Artists, Grants, 1989; Southwestern Bell Telephone
072/013 Early Kiowa Artists, Indian Arts and Crafts Board, 1988-1989; Letters
071/011 Early Kiowa Artists, John Gamble correspondence, 1988-1989; (Box 114 Folder 39 for photos)
071/008 Early Kiowa Artists, Lenders, 1989; (Box 114 Folder 38 for photos)
072/008 Early Kiowa Artists, Oklahoma Historical Society, 1989
071/014 Early Kiowa Artists, Painting Selection, n.d.; (Box 114 Folder 40 for photos)
071/015 Early Kiowa Artists, Planning, 1988
072/001 Early Kiowa Artists, Thomas R. Toperzer Meetings, 1988-1989
071/016 Early Kiowa Artists, Thomas R. Toperzer, 1987-1989
071/013 Exhibit Design Literature, 1989-1993
071/002 Film Project, 1977-1989; Sources, brochures for photographs, moving images, and video equipment
069/011 Hokeah, Jack & Daisey, Interview Transcript, Doris Duke Papers, 1968-1981
069/009 Hokeah, Jack, 1918-1984
069/013 Hokeah, Jack, Biography, 1919-1983
069/012 Hokeah, Jack, Caricatures of James Auchiah, n.d.
069/014 Hokeah, Jack, Letters to Anita (Howard) Kramer (1931), 1931-1989
069/010 Hokeah, Jack, Paintings, 1931-1988; (Box 114 Folder 31 for photos)
070/001 Hunting Horse, Cecil Horse Interview Transcript, 1967
072/010 Kiowa / National Museum of Natural History, 1988
071/006 Milwaukee Public Museum, 1987; Howard Collection of American Indian Material
071/005 Miscellaneous, 1983-1990; clippings
071/003 Miscellaneous Literature, 1981-1989; Photography Dept. of Museum of the American Indian
070/013 Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
071/001 Miscellaneous Photocopies and clippings, 1987; (Box 114 Folder 37 for photos)
070/008 Mopope Salas Sample, Vanetta, Letter to, 1982
070/007 Mopope, Stephen, Anadarko Daily News, 1956
070/004 Mopope, Stephen, Biographical, 1934-1987; Letters to Silberman, 1972; (Bx 114 Folder 35 for photos)
070/006 Mopope, Stephen, Color Reproductions of Paintings, n.d.
070/005 Mopope, Stephen, Court Papers, 1974-1977; Vanetta Mopope Salas Sample & Alice Kaulaity Mopope
070/009 Morgan, Vanessa Paukeigope, a.k.a. Nesha, 1982-1993; (Box 114 Folder 36 for photos)
072/009 Notes, n.d.
072/002 Painting Research, 1980; (Box 114 Folder 41 for photos)
070/014 Research notes, General, 1927-1991
072/004 Selection: Celebration, n.d.
072/005 Selection: The Great Light, 1984
072/006 Selection: The Legacy, 1987; (Box 114 Folder 42 for photos)
072/003 Selection: The Living Past, n.d.
072/007 Selection: The People’s Art Video, 1988
070/011 Smoky Family, n.d.; notes
070/010 Smoky Kaulaity, Lois, 1923-1982; Interview transcriptions
070/003 Tsatoke, Monroe, Biographical, 1926-1992; Hunting Horse biography; (Box 114 Folder 34 for photos)
070/002 Tsatoke, Monroe, Genealogy, 1902-1954
070/015 Video and Film Productions, 1987-1988; Native American Public Broadcasting Consortium Catalog

Series 11: Subject Files (A-W) - 1874-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
045/012 21st Century Fox Gallery, 1993
013/003 Abingdon Press, 1972-1973; Correspondence
013/004 Able, Charles / Olinka Hrdy Mural Restoration, 1986
013/006 Aladdin House, Artifacts, n.d.; Fliers & leaflets
013/002 Alcoholism, Indian, 1964-1981; Papers & clippings
013/007 Allard, Doug, Col., 1983; Fliers
013/008 Amedian Newsletters, 1978
013/009 American Art Review, 1977-1980; Correspondence
013/010 American Indian Art & Cultural Exchange, 1978; Brochures
013/011 American Indian Art Magazine, 1982-1985; Correspondence
013/012 American Indian Community House, Inc., 1979; Press releases, Fliers
013/013 American Indian Defense Association, 1923
013/015 American Indian Exposition, 1988-1990
013/014 Amero, Emilio, 1977-1983; Letters, Newsletters, Resume, Clippings
013/016 Apaches, 1966-1971
013/017 Archaeology, Oklahoma, 1985
013/018 Architecture, Restoration, 1972
013/022 Arctic Trading Post, 1981; Catalog
013/020 Art, Children, 1986-1988
013/021 Art, General, 1979-1993
013/019 Art Market, 1991-1993; Letters
013/023 Artifact Dealers, 1973-1984; Catalogs, Price lists
014/001 Artifacts, General, 1906-1990; catalogs, fliers
014/002 Artmobile, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1967; (Box 112 Folder 10 for photos)
014/003 Arts and Crafts Board, Indian, 1990-1991
014/004 Association for Native Development in the Performing and Visual Arts, 1982
014/005 ATLATL: Native American Arts Service Organization, 1985-1992
014/006 Auctions, 1985-1986
015/005 Balink, Henry Bernard, 1970-1988
015/006 Ballard, Currie, 1992-1993
015/007 Bangs, Constance, 1990-1991
015/008 Bank Storage, 1984-1994
015/009 Baumann, Peter, 1986-1988
014/010 Beads, 1972-1986
014/008 Bebb, Maurice R., 1981-1990
014/007 Benton, Thomas Hart, 1977-1984
014/011 Bialac, James, 1971-1977
014/012 Birchbark, 1987
014/013 Bookdealers, n.d.
014/015 Books (Rare) Reviews, 1971-1987
014/014 Books wanted, 1969
014/017 Boren, David, Senator, 1988
014/018 Box shipping, 1990
014/019 Browning Day Care Center & High School Art, 1973
014/016 Buffalo, 1927-1994
014/020 Buffalo Gallery, 1990-1993; (Box 112 Folder 12 for photos)
014/009 Burgan, Scott, 1987-1992; (Box 112 Folder 11 for photos)
014/021 Butterfield & Butterfield [Auctioneers & Appraisers], 1984-1991; (Box 112 Folder 13 for photos)
015/001 Butterflies Exhibit, 1993-1994
015/003 Butterfly Exhibit, 1993-1994
015/002 Butterlies (Motif), 1883-1994
018/009 Cabinets (Furniture), 1981
018/008 Caddo, 1941
017/021 Canfield, Kenneth R., 1982-1984
018/007 Carlisle, PA, n.d.
017/022 Channing, William E., 1988-1992; (Box 112 Folder 14 for photos)
018/001 Chelsea House Publications, 1987-1991
018/002 Cherokee Land Grants, 1969-1983
018/003 Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency, 1910
018/004 Cheyenne, Battle of Washita, 1927-1968
018/005 Cheyenne, Bear Butte Mountain, 1977
017/010 Cheyenne Enrollment, 1878
017/012 Chicago Railroad Fair, “Indian Arts & Crafts of the Southwest” in Santa Fe Indian Village, n.d.
017/013 Christie’s, 1994
017/015 Christmas, 1988
017/011 Chronicles of Oklahoma, 1982-1992
017/017 Chummings Gallery, 1983
017/016 Cinader, Bernhard, 1975-1978
017/018 Cleary, Tyson, Mr. & Mrs.
017/019 Collecting, 1982-1990
015/011 Collecting, Sales, 1968-1970
015/010 Collections, 1992
017/020 Colored Land (The), Navajo Book by Navajo Children, 1932
017/001 Comanche, 1952
016/006 Conservation and Restoration, 1973-1984
016/001 Conservation, Fumigation, 1993
016/003-004 Conservation, General, 1984-1991
016/002 Conservation, Light, 1984-1990
016/005 Conservation, Rocky Mountain Regional, 1985-1987
017/002 Constitutional Convention, Women’s Rights, n.d.
017/003 Corn Dance, Euchee (Creek) Green Corn Ceremony, 1984
017/004 Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, MS, 1978-1980
017/007 Cox, Penny, 1978
017/006 Craig Cornelius Gallery, 1981-1987
017/008 Craighead, David (Oklahoma State Representative), 1988
017/014 Crytpo-Judaic Studies, 1994
017/005 Curtis, Edward, 1991-1994
017/009 Custom Photo, 1985-1986
018/011 Daily Oklahoman, 1988-1994
018/012 Dain, Marty, 1993
018/013 Dance, 1968-1993
018/014 Dartmouth College Museum and Galleries, 1981
018/015 Davis, Alice B., 1976; (Box 112 Folder 15 for photos)
018/016 Davis, Mary Woodard, 1978
018/017 De Vinna, Maurice, 1953-1989
018/019 Deloria, Vine, 1978-1983
018/021 Denman Collection, 1967-1988
018/020 Denman, Peter, 1946; Published & illustrated greeting card from William & Leslie Denman
018/022 Dentzel, Carl S., 1977
018/018 Dewey-Kofron Gallery, 1980-1991
018/023 Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, 1983-1984
019/001 Dolls, 1988-1994
019/003 Donations, 1989
019/002 Donations, IRS Forms, 1985-1987; (Box 112 Folder 16 for photos)
019/004 Dover Publications, 1992-1994
019/005 Drawings, General, 1984
019/006 Dunn, Dorothy (Dorothy Dunn Kramer), 1967-1979
019/007 Dunnings Auction House, 1994
019/009 Earth, 1980-1985
019/010 Epigraphic Society, 1985
019/011 Eskimo, 1971
019/012 Ethnic American Art Slide Library, 1971-1977; Correspondence with Dr. James E. Kennedy
019/016 Ewers, John C., Correspondence, 1977-1990
019/017 Exhibits, Catalog: “100 Hundred Years of Native American Painting,” 1977-1985
019/015 Exhibits, Christian images, 1926-1982; (Box 112 Folder 17 for photos)
019/014 Exhibits, Christmas Cards, 1966-1967
020/001 Exhibits, European Shows, 1978-1986
021/002 Exhibits, Miscellaneous, 1967-1985
020/005 Exhibits, Paul Coze, 1935
021/004 Exhibits, Philbrook Art Center, 1978-1988
020/006-007 Exhibits, Philbrook Art Center, 1978-1988
021/005 Exhibits, Philbrook, European, 1984-1987; Loan Agreements, Condition Reports
020/002 Exhibits, Philbrook’s European Show Catalog, 1987-1988
020/003 Exhibits, Philbrook’s “What is Native American Art?”, 1984-1987
021/001 Exhibits, Press Releases, 1978
020/008 Exhibits, Silberman’s “American Indian Painting..,” 1967-1976; (Box 112 Folder 18 for photos)
021/003 Exhibits, “100 Hundred Years of Native American Painting,” 1978-1985
020/004 Exhibits, “What is Native American Art?”, 1986
019/013 Expenses, Grants, 1981-1984
022/003 Fairs, Expositions, 1876
022/004 Fakes, Forgeries, 1979-1985
022/005 Farb, Peter (Mrs.), Riverside Museum Collection, 1977-1979; Correspondence
022/006 Feathers, 1981
022/007 Feder, Norman, 1984; (Box 112 Folder 19 for photos)
022/008 Flute, 1988
022/009 Folio, Inc., “Masterpieces of American Indian Painting,” 1979-1981
022/010 Fonts, Printing, n.d.
022/011 Fort Gibson, 1982-1985
022/002 Fort Marion Stereo Project, 1990
022/012 Forum del Sol, 1978
022/013 Four Winds, 1982
022/014 Franklin Mint, 1975
022/016 Gaia Books Limited, 1989-1991
022/017 Galerie Pueblo, 1981-1982; (Box 112 Folder 20 for photos)
030/002 Gallery Mack N.W., Inc., 1982
022/018 Gallup (NM) Ceremonial, 1932-1986
022/019 Garland Publishing, “Encyclopedia of Native Americans in the 20th Century,” 1989-1994
022/020 Grants, 1978-1979
022/022 Great American Indian Dancers, 1988-1993
022/021 Great West International Art Pageant, 1981
023/003 Grove’s Dictionary of Art, 1988-1990
023/002 Grove’s Dictionary of Art, 1990-1994
023/001 Guadagnoli, Nello, 1968-1989
023/018 Haddad’s Fine Arts, Inc. 1974-1977
013/001 Halley (Arlene) Article on Fort Marion, 1994; Clipping
023/019 Halley, Arlene M., 1994
023/005 Hand Graphics, Ltd., 1981
023/006 Harjo, Joy, 1981-1988
023/010 Harper’s Weekly, 1980
023/007 Health, 1988
023/016 Hewett, Edgar L., 1924-1994
023/011 Hoffman, Gerhard, 1994
023/009 Holbrook Gallery, 1984
023/012 Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1991-1994
023/013 Hopi, 1944-1981; (Box 112 Folder 22 for photos)
023/014 Hoyem, Andrew, Printer, 1976-1978
023/015 Huichol, 1977-1991
028/005 Indian & White Relations, 1970-1980
028/004 Indian & White Relations, Hearings of Subcommittee of Indian Affairs, 1931
028/003 Indian & White Relations, Merriam Report, Institute for Government Research, 1926-1928
024/011 Indian Art, Acoma Pueblo, 1921-1941
024/019 Indian Art, Apache Playing Cards, 1973-1974; (Box 112 Folder 28 for photos)
024/020 Indian Art, Baskets, 1979-1987; (Box 112 Folder 29 for photos)
024/021 Indian Art, Beadwork, 1979-1989
024/022 Indian Art, Birchbark, 1978
024/006 Indian Art, Blackfeet & Cree, 1970-1979
026/001 Indian Art, Cradleboard, 1988; (Box 112 Folder 30 for photos)
026/002 Indian Art, Dress (Clothing), 1971-1989; (Box 112 Folder 31 for photos)
024/005 Indian Art, General Reference Material, 1903-1973
026/003 Indian Art, Heishi, 1981
024/004 Indian Art, History Reference Material, 1940-1981
024/017 Indian Art, Indian Arts & Crafts Board, 1983-1987
024/018 Indian Art, Indian Arts & Crafts Board, 1968-1990
025/001 Indian Art, Indian Arts & Crafts Association, 1979-1991
026/004 Indian Art, Jewelry, 1981-1988
026/005 Indian Art, Kachinas, 1980-1983
024/003 Indian Art, Kivalina Graphics, 1980-1981
026/006 Indian Art, Masks, 1979-1986
026/007 Indian Art, Molas, 1981
026/008 Indian Art, Pottery, 1980-1985
024/016 Indian Art, Public Broadcasting System, “American Indian Artists,” 1976
026/010 Indian Art, Quillwork, 1983-1984
026/011 Indian Art, Quilts (Lakota), 1981-1984
026/014 Indian Art, Religious Painting (Hopi), 1981-1988; (Box 112 Folder 33 for photos)
026/009 Indian Art, Ribbonwork, 1973-1981
024/013 Indian Art, Sandpainting, 1975-1981; (Box 112 Folder 25 for photos)
024/014 Indian Art, Sculpture, 1982-1989; (Box 112 Folder 26 for photos)
024/015 Indian Art, Shields, n.d.; (Box 112 Folder 27 for photos)
026/013 Indian Art, Silver, 1972-1981
026/012 Indian Art, Textiles (Navajo), 1978-1988; (Box 112 Folder 32 for photos)
024/012 Indian Art, Zuni Pueblo, 1899-1902; (Box 112 Folder 24 for photos)
025/002 Indian Education Curriculum, 1900-1989
025/003 Indian Education, Oklahoma Indian American School Guide, 1978-1989
025/005 Indian Emblems, 1935-1989; Postcards, Booklets, Containers
024/002 Indian, History of Children’s Art, 1930-1980
028/002 Indian History, Sociology, 1937; research note cards
025/004 Indian Identity, 1966-1981
025/006 Indian Market, 1976-1984
024/010 Indian Murals, 1936-1986
027/008 Indian Murals, Anadarko, OK, 1940; Riverside Indian School
024/007 Indian Murals, Anadarko Theaters, 1979-1984
027/005 Indian Murals, Chicago, IL, 1940; Palmer House
027/007 Indian Murals, Corcoran Art Gallery Show, 1934; Public Works of Art Project
027/003 Indian Murals, Cordell, OK, 1938; Ila McAfee, Cordell Post Office
026/015 Indian Murals, Department of Interior, 1937-1991; (Box 112 Folder 34 for photos)
027/004 Indian Murals, Enid, OK, 1937; Ruth Monro Augur, Garfield County Court House
024/008 Indian Murals, Fort Sill Indian School, 1974; (Box 112 Folder 23 for photos)
024/009 Indian Murals, General, 1988-1994
026/019 Indian Murals, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, 1988; (Box 113 Folder 1 for photos)
026/016 Indian Murals, Kiowa, 1987-1988
026/017 Indian Murals, Kiva, 1960-1971
027/010 Indian Murals, Maisel’s of Albuquerque, 1968-1971
027/011 Indian Murals, Marietta, OK, 1941-1942; Solomon McCombs, Marietta Post Office
027/012 Indian Murals, McAlester, OK, 1987; Conrad Maass, McAlester State Prison
027/014 Indian Murals, Miami, OK, 1983
026/018 Indian Murals, Missions (California), 1952-1981
027/013 Indian Murals, Muskogee, OK, 1959-1977; Acee Blue Eagle, Muskogee Public Library
027/015 Indian Murals, Norman, OK, 1946-1982; J. Craig Sheppard, Norman Courts Hotel; postcards
027/016 Indian Murals, Nowata, OK, 1941-1943; Woody Crumbo, Nowata Post Office
027/001 Indian Murals, Okemah, OK, 1939-1942; Richard West, Okemah Post Office
027/006 Indian Murals, Pena,Tonita, 1980
027/002 Indian Murals, Seminole, OK, 1937-1945; Acee Blue Eagle, Seminole Post Office
027/017 Indian Murals, Tahlequah, OK, 1994; Stephen Mopope, Northeastern State University
027/009 Indian Murals, Watonga, OK, 1941-1988; Edith Mahier, Post Office; (Box 113 Folder 3 for photos)
025/007 Indian Religions, Press Release from Dept. Of Interior, 1937
025/008 Indian Schools, 1969; “Kowetah Manual Labor Boarding School for Creek Indians…1843-1861”
027/018 Indian Schools, Bacone College, 1971-1981; Ataloa Lodge Museum
027/019 Indian Schools, Bacone College Yearbook, “The Bacone Chief,” 1922
027/020 Indian Schools, Bacone College Yearbook, “The Bacone Chief,” 1923
027/021 Indian Schools, Bacone College; 1921-1992; Bulletin, 1921-22; (Box 113 Folder 4 for photos)
027/022 Indian Schools, Chilocco, 1935-1980
027/023 Indian Schools, Haskell Indian Junior College, 1979
028/001 Indian Schools, Institute of American Indian Arts & Gerald McMasters, 1968-1991
028/007 Indian Tree, The, 1981-1983; Martha Lanman Cusick; (Box 113 Folder 5 for photos)
028/006 Indians Taxed and not Taxed, Report on, 1890; Commissioner of Indian Affairs
025/009 Institute of American Indian Arts, 1960-1993
025/010 Institute of American Indian Arts, 1960-1993
028/008 InVision, “The Indians of North America” video series, 1993
028/010 Jahoda, Gloria (Mrs. Gerald Jahoda), 1976
028/012 Kennedy, David, 1991; Dad’s Mall & Trading Post; (Box 113 Folder 6 for photos)
028/013 Kerbel, Louis, 1984-1985; Interview by Joe L. Todd
028/014 Kerr, Robert S., III, 1988
028/015 Kickapoo, 1980-1982; clippings
028/019 Kifaru Productions, 1994; Native American Religious Freedom Project
028/016 King, Jeanne Snodgrass, 1982
028/017 Kiowa-Apache, 1955-1992
028/018 Kull, Dove, 1980-1988; Correspondence
028/021 Labels, Products with Indian images, 1991-1994
028/022 Laubin, Reginald & Gladys, 1976; Concert of Ancient Indian Dances
028/023 Law, Copyright, 1977-1983
028/024 Legacy, Ltd.’s “The Legacy Letter”, 1972-1989
028/025 Lester, Patrick D., 1993-1994; “The Biographical Directory of Native American Painters”; Artists list
028/026 Libraries, 1978-1988
029/001 Library, American Philosophical Society, n.d.
029/002 Library, Cumberland Historical Society, n.d.
029/003 Library, Mennonite Library and Archives, 1988
029/004 Library, Muskogee, n.d.
029/006 Library, New York Public, 1977-1985
029/005 Library, Newberry, 1979-1990; Lawana Trout
029/007 Library, Seminole Public, n.d.
029/008 Library, Spring Council on Library Services for Indians in the Community, 1970
029/009 Library, Western History Collections, 1982-1990
029/010 Library, Yale (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library), 1982-1985
029/012 Little Tree, The Education of, n.d.
029/013 Loan Forms (Conditions governing loans from Silberman), n.d.
029/030 MacDonald, George F., 1964-1994; Letters
029/014 Manitou Gallery, 1984
030/003 McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1991-1993
029/028 McKenzie, Parker, 1985-1994; Correspondence
030/001 McMichael, Terree A., 1970-1971; Letters
029/016 Mead, Margaret, 1983
029/015 Medicine Wheel Gallery, 1985; (legal-size Box 119 Folder 1 for photos)
029/017 Mid-America Arts Alliance, 1992-1995
013/005 Miscellaneous A, 1978-1994; Newsletters, Fliers, Clippings, Letters
015/004 Miscellaneous B, 1970-1994
018/006 Miscellaneous C, 1981-1994
018/010 Miscellaneous D, 1969-1992
019/008 Miscellaneous E, 1986-1993
022/001 Miscellaneous F, 1956-1992
022/015 Miscellaneous G, 1974-1994
023/017 Miscellaneous H, 1966-1994
024/001 Miscellaneous I, 1971-1993; includes Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990
028/009 Miscellaneous J, 1983-1993
028/011 Miscellaneous K, 1983-1992
028/020 Miscellaneous L, 1978-1989
029/029 Miscellaneous M, 1968-1994
036/009 Miscellaneous N, 1964-1994; Leaflets, brochures; (Box 113 Folder 13 for photos)
037/003 Miscellaneous O, 1979-1990
038/006 Miscellaneous P, 1981-1994; (Box 113 Folder 16 for photos)
039/010 Miscellaneous Q, 1991
039/012 Miscellaneous R, 1970-1992
041/014 Miscellaneous S, 1942-1993
044/006 Miscellaneous T, 1979-1994; Nina K. Trammell, Jim Thorpe
045/013 Miscellaneous U, 1981-1988
045/022 Miscellaneous W, 1981-1993
029/018 Missions & Indian Art, 1962-1993
029/021 Moghbel, Ahmad, 1988
029/019 Momaday, N. Scott, 1991
029/020 Monthan, Doris, 1984
029/022 Mora, Jo, 1979-1980
029/023 Moran, F.A. “Tom”, 1874-1983
029/024 Morning Star Gallery, n.d.
029/025 Morris, Ramona, 1983; American Indian Art; letters
029/026 Mosby-Year Book, Inc., 1994
030/004 Mound, Spiro, 1970-1984
029/027 Mounds (Archaeology), 1969-1987
030/005 Moving the Fire Exhibit, 1993-1994; Oklahoma State Arts Council
030/006 Murals, 1990
030/009 Museums, Addison Gallery of American Art, 1934-1979
030/010 Museums, Alaska State Museum, 1981
033/006 Museums, American Museum of Natural History, 1979-1982
030/011 Museums, Amon Carter Museum, 1992
030/012 Museums, Berne Museum, 1970
030/013 Museums, Black Kettle Museum, n.d.
030/014 Museums, British Museum, 1982
030/015 Museums, Brooklyn Museum, 1978-1982
030/016 Museums, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, 1984-1994
030/017 Museums, California Academy of Sciences, 1976-1977
030/008 Museums, General, 1965-1990; Brochures, leaflets
032/008 Museums, Germany (Radebeul, East Germany), 1984
032/010 Museums, Gilcrease Museum, 1971-1994
032/011 Museums, Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, 1982-1988
032/012 Museums, Heard Museum of Anthropology and Primitive Art, 1966-1989
140/001 Museums, Heard Museum – Gallery of Indian Art brochures, 1970-1973
140/002 Museums, Heard Museum – Indian Arts and Crafts Exhibit catalogs, 1968-1975
032/013 Museums, Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1990-1993
032/014 Museums, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, 1977
032/015 Museums, Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of, 1993-1994
034/005 Museums, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, 1976-1992
032/016 Museums, Institute of Texan Cultures, 1982
032/017 Museums, International Photography Hall of Fame, 1988
032/018 Museums, Joslyn Art Museum, 1984
032/019 Museums, Kansas City Museum of History and Science, 1978-1979
032/020 Museums, Kiowa Tribal Museum and Resource Center, 1982-1984
032/021 Museums, Koshare Indian Museum, 1977-1994
032/022 Museums, Linden-Museum Stuttgart, 1972-1986
032/023 Museums, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1987
033/015 Museums, Lowie Museum of Anthropology, n.d.
032/009 Museums, Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, 1988-1989
033/017 Museums, Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, 1977-1987
033/016 Museums, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, 1981-1983
033/018 Museums, Mesa Verde National Park, 1986-1989; (Box 113 Folder 9 for photos)
033/019 Museums, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1987
033/020 Museums, Mid-America All-Indian Center, 1983
033/021 Museums, Millicent Rogers Museum, 1983-1986
033/022 Museums, Milwaukee Public Museum, 1979-1987
033/023 Museums, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1990-1992
033/024 Museums, Missouri Historical Society, 1981
033/025 Museums, Mitchell Indian Museum, 1987
033/026 Museums, Montclair Art Museum, 1980
033/027 Museums, Museum Fur Volkerkunde Hamburg, 1973
033/007 Museums, Museum of Fine Arts, New Mexico, 1967-1977
032/025 Museums, Museum of Indian Heritage, 1981
033/001 Museums, Museum of Modern Art, 1941-1980
033/005 Museums, Museum of Native American Cultures, 1967-1985
033/008 Museums, Museum of Northern Arizona, 1977-1993
034/002 Museums, Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1964-1989
034/001 Museums, Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1964-1989
032/024 Museums, Museum of the Great Plains, 1971-1985
034/008 Museums, Museum of the Plains Indian and Art Center, 1991
034/009 Museums, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, 1981-1988
031/008 Museums, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, 1990-1993
033/002 Museums, National Museum of American Art, 1990; (Box 113 Folder 8 for photos)
033/003 Museums, National Museum of the American Indian, 1993
033/004 Museums, National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1990
034/010 Museums, National Museums of Canada, 1974-1982
033/010 Museums, Navajo Tribal Museum, 1986
034/012 Museums, New York State Museum, 1984
034/011 Museums, Newark Museum, 1964-1982
034/013 Museums, Oklahoma Art Center, 1969-1986
033/009 Museums, Oklahoma City Art Museum, 1993
033/011 Museums, Oklahoma Historical Society State Museum, 1967-1987
035/011 Museums, Oklahoma Indian Arts and Crafts Cooperative, 1970-1993
034/003 Museums, Oklahoma Museum of Art, 1982-1993
033/012 Museums, Oklahoma State University’s Gardiner Art Gallery, 1983
033/028 Museums, Old Fort Meade Cavalry Museum, 1988
031/013-014 Museums, Omniplex (Center of the American Indian), 1977-1993
033/013 Museums, Oscar Howe Art Center, 1983
033/014 Museums, Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, 1984
034/004 Museums, Panhandle-Plains Historical Society, 1963-1989
034/014 Museums, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 1982
034/006 Museums, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1985
034/015 Museums, Pensacola Museum of Art, 1978-1979
034/016 Museums, Philbrook Art Center, Annual American Indian Artists Exhibition, 1962-1968
140/005 Museums, Philbrook Art Center – American Indian Artists Exhibition catalogs, 1956-1969
140/006 Museums, Philbrook Art Center – American Indian Artists Exhibition catalogs, 1970-1973
140/007 Museums, Philbrook Art Center – American Indian Artists Exhibition catalogs, 1974-1979
034/017 Museums, Philbrook Museum of Art, 1987-1991
034/018 Museums, Philbrook, “What is Native American Art?,” 1966-1994
035/001 Museums, Philbrook, “What is Native American Art?,” 1986-1987; (Box 113 Folder 10 for photos)
034/007 Museums, Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum, 1990
035/002 Museums, Ponca City Cultural Center, 1986
035/003 Museums, Rochester Museum & Science Center, 1982
035/004 Museums, San Antonio Museum of Art, 1980
035/005 Museums, San Ildefonso Pueblo Museum, 1981
035/006 Museums, Seminole Nation Museum, 1983-1984
035/007 Museums, Seneca Iroquois National Museum, 1986-1987
035/008 Museums, Smithsonian Institution, National Anthropological Archives, 1977-1994
035/010 Museums, Smithsonian Institution, Office of Museum Programs, 1986-1990
035/009 Museums, Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, 1988-1991
035/012 Museums, Southwest Museum, 1980-1994
035/013 Museums, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, 1977
035/014 Museums, Stark Museum of Art, 1980-1984; (Box 113 Folder 11 for photos)
035/015 Museums, Trumbull Art Guild, 1982
035/016 Museums, Ulrich Museum of Art, 1981-1989
035/017 Museums, University of Central Oklahoma, Central Museum of Art, 1994
035/018 Museums, University of Colorado Museum, 1983; Muriel Sibell Wolle Collection
035/019 Museums, University of Oklahoma, Fred Jones, Jr. and Stovall Museums, 1977-1994
035/020 Museums, University of Oklahoma, “Sharing the Heritage: American Indian Art…,” 1994
036/001 Museums, Washington State Historical Society, 1981-1982; (Box 113 Folder 12 for photos)
036/002 Museums, West Texas Museum Association, Midland, TX, n.d.
036/003 Museums, Western Reserve Historical Society, 1980
036/004 Museums, Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 1981-1994
036/005 Museums, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1981-1984
036/006 Museums, Woolaroc Lodge, 1968
036/008 Music, 1984; Leaflets, brochures, catalogs
036/007 Music, Creek Miko Chisus, 1936; Sheet music, Vaughan’s All-Indian Quartet
036/011 Nas, George, 1982-1991
036/012 Natan, Peter, 1969-1972
036/010 Native American Art Studies Association, 1983-1993; Newsletter
140/004 Native American Art Studies Association – Abstracts, 1983-1993
036/013 Native American Center for the Living Arts, 1981
036/014 Native Peoples Magazine, 1993
036/015 Nebraska ETV Network, 1990-1993; (Box 113 Folder 14 for photos)
036/016 Needlepoint, 1971-1972; clippings
036/017 Nefesh Ami, 1991-1993; Catalogs-Israeli and Jewish Music and Videos
036/018 Nelson, Sonny & Bobbie, Trade Merchants, 1975-1986
036/019 Newspapers, Indian, 1981-1982; Turtle & Toronto Native Times
037/001 Ni-Wo-Di-Hi Galleries, 1979-1982
036/020 Ninepipes Traditional Indian Art, 1984; (Box 113 Folder 15 for photos)
037/002 Non-Indian, Indian Arts & Crafts, 1979-1984
038/003 Oestreicher, Pamela H., 1989
037/005 Oklahoma Art Gallery Magazine, 1980
037/006 Oklahoma Arts and Humanities Council, 1970-1992
037/007 Oklahoma Folklore Society, 1969
037/008 Oklahoma Foundation for the Humanities, 1978-1993
037/010 Oklahoma Heritage Association, 1979-1988
037/011 Oklahoma Image (Project of Oklahoma Department of Libraries), 1977-1979
037/013 Oklahoma Indian American School Guide, 1978-1979
037/009 Oklahoma Indian Art Gallery, 1982-1992
037/012 Oklahoma Indian Trade Fair, 1970
037/004 Oklahoma Statehood, 1966-1990
037/015 Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute, 1993-1994
038/002 Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition, 1990
037/014 Olympic Sculpture, 1988-1993
038/004 Omni-Photo Communications, Inc., 1992-1994
038/001 Origins Press, 1992
038/005 Osage, 1981-1992
038/007 Pacific Western Traders, 1983-1986
038/008 Paloheimo, Y. A., 1974-1975
038/009 Perry Mansfield Dance, 1983
038/010 Petersen, Karen D., 1972-1985
038/012 Peyote, 1961-1989
038/011 Philomathea Study Club, 1981-1982
038/016 Photographer, Ernest Knee, 1982-1994
038/018 Photographer, Horace Poolaw, 1979-1993
038/017 Photographer, T. Harmon Parkhurst, 1982
038/013 Photolabs, 1987-1991
038/015 Photos, R. Bruce Haynes Photo Collection, 1989
038/014 Photos, “Moving the Fire,” 1993
038/019 Pickard, Ben (Pickard Art Galleries), 1993; (Box 113 Folder 17 for photos)
038/020 Pictographs, n.d.
038/021 Pictures Unlimited, 1987-1990
038/022 Pins & Patches, 1988
038/024 Pochoir, Elizabeth M. Harris, 1977-1982
038/025 Poets, 1985
038/023 Popular Culture, Blacks, 1990
038/026 Portfolio Magazine, 1980-1982
038/027 Portland Public Schools, 1989-1990
038/028 Postcards, 1984-1987
039/001 Posters, 1978-1994
039/005 Powell, Peter John, Father (Foundation…Preservation of American Indian Art and Culture), 1981-1987
039/002 Powwows, Oklahoma, 1981-1987
039/003 Prairie Public Television, 1990-1992
039/004 Prentice Hall, 1993-1994
039/006 Primitive Art, Inc., 1970-1973
039/007 Printing, Invitations, 1972-1987
039/008 Professional Art Dealers, 1990
039/009 Publicity Mailing Lists, n.d.
039/011 Queens Museum of Art, 1991
039/014 Reader’s Digest, 1993-1994
039/015 Recordings, Sound, 1973-1988; catalogs, price lists, order forms
040/001 Red Bird, Chief, 1941-1992
040/003 Red Earth, 1986-1988
040/002 Red Earth, 1987-1988
040/006 Red Earth, 1987-1992
040/007 Red Earth, 1987-1994
040/004 Red Earth, 1993
040/005 Red Earth Judges, 1989-1994
040/008 Reiss, Winold, 1981-1982; Acee Blue Eagle
039/013 Repatriation, 1989-1992
040/009 Researching Oral History, 1972-1979
040/010 Rettig y Martinez Gallery, 1991
041/001 Rizzoli International Publications, 1983-1994
041/002 Rock Art, American Rock Art Research Association, 1981-1988
041/004 Rock Art, Claremore College, OK, 1979-1984; (Box 113 Folder 19 for photos)
041/003 Rock Art, General, 1933-1983; (Box 113 Folder 18 for photos)
041/007 Rock Art, Georgia Lee, 1981-1982
041/005 Rock Art, Klaus F. Wellmann, 1978-1980
041/006 Rock Art, National Geographic’s “Utah’s Rock Art Wilderness Louvre,” n.d.
041/008 Rock Art, Petrified Forest, n.d.; postcards
041/009 Rodman, Selden, 1980-1981
041/010 Rolling Thunder (Cherokee), 1983
041/011 Roman Nose (Cheyenne/Sioux), 1984
041/012 Ruffin, Joe, n.d.
041/013 Rugs, n.d.; (Box 113 Folder 20 for photos)
041/015 Sales possibilities, 1984-1986
041/016 Sand Creek Massacre (1864), 1992
041/017 Santa Fe, NM, 1991
041/018 Scarborough, James (Curator of Education, Fred Jones, Jr. Museum of Art), 1994
041/019 Schlosser, Carl (Carl’s Indian Trading Post), 1968-1971
042/007 Scholastic Magazines, 1979-1983
041/020 Schonwald, Fred P., Collection, 1970-1977
042/002 School Library Journal, 1990
042/001 School of American Research, Indian Arts Research Center, 1978-1988
042/004 Scouts, Indian (Fort Sill), 1891-1958; Sri-Ton-Kee; (Box 113 Folder 21 for photos)
042/003 Scouts, Indian (General), 1974-1993; John James Brereton
042/005 Scouts, Indian (General), 1989-1993; (Box 113 Folder 22 for photos)
042/008 Sellner, Jack (Auctioneer), 1984-1985
042/006 Seri Indians, Albuquerque Seri Sale, 1980
042/009 Seward, Chuck, 1983
042/010 Shalako Ceremony, 1982; La Wanda Murfee
042/011 Show Business, n.d.
042/012 Sign of the Times, 1969-1970
042/013 Silverheels, Jay, 1974-1980
042/014 Singer Education & Training Products, 1971-1972; Walter E. Johnson letters
042/015 Sipes, John, 1992
042/016 Skinner, Inc. (Auction house), 1983-1994
042/017 Slides (35mm) Information, 1965-1981; Catalogs, brochures
042/018 Smithsonian Institution Press, 1989-1990; (Box 113 Folder 23 for photos)
042/019 Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1982-1993; includes credit cards
042/026 Southwestern Association on Indian Affairs (SWAIA), 1988; newsletter
042/020 Southwestern Indian Detours, The, 1978; article by D. H. Thomas
042/021 Sports Afield magazine, 1982
042/022 Squash Blossom Gallery, 1980-1982
042/023 Storytelling, 1991; Gerald Fierst
042/024 Strickland, Rennard, 1972; (Box 113 Folder 24 for photos)
042/025 Swann, Daniel, 1981-1984; White Hair Memorial Project, transcript
043/001 Swift, Dick, 1969-1972; Letters to Swift, a graduate anthropology student
043/002 Symbols, 1971-1976
043/003 Symposiums, 1975-1994
043/007 Symposiums, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Plains Indian Seminar, 1989
043/014 Symposiums, Claremore College, 1979-1980; Indian Art Exhibition, “Indian Art: From Cave to Gallery”
043/013 Symposiums, Kiowa, 1982; Texas Tech University
043/006 Symposiums, Native American Art, 1977-1982
044/004 Symposiums, Native American Art Studies Association, 1987-1988; Joy Gritton correspondence
043/015 Symposiums, Native American Music, 1988
043/005 Symposiums, Native American Studies Conference, 1983-1984
043/008 Symposiums, New Dimensions in Native American Art History, 1980-1981; Arizona State University
043/009 Symposiums, New Dimensions in Native American Art History, 1981-1982; Iowa State University
043/010 Symposiums, New Dimensions in Native American Art History, 1983-1993; University of Washington
141/004 Symposiums, New Dimensions in Native American Art History – Abstracts, 1981-1982
044/005 Symposiums, New Directions in Native American Art History, 1979-1980; University of New Mexico
043/004 Symposiums, Oklahoma City University, 1981; Native American Arts
043/011 Symposiums, Oklahoma Museum of Art, 1981
044/001 Symposiums, Philbrook Art Center, International, 1982; Papers, Conference on American Indian Art
044/002 Symposiums, Pictographic Art, Plains, 1985-1986
043/012 Symposiums, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Chickasha, OK, 1983
044/003 Symposiums, Western History Association, 1986-1987
043/016 Szabo, Joyce M., 1983-1989; Center of the American Indian, Teaching Materials Packet
044/007 Talking Leaf (The Los Angeles Indian Newspaper), 1985-1986
044/008 Tamaqua, 1990-1994
044/009 Tamarind Institute, 1981-1992
044/010 Te Ata Thompson, Oklahoma Chickasaw storyteller, 1973-1987
045/001 Television, Susan Robeson (Associate Producer of “Like It Is”), 1979-1980
045/003 Tennessee Humanities Council, 1985-1986; (Box 113 Folder 26 for photos)
044/011 Tewa Enterprises, 1970-1992
045/023 Theo Waddington & Company, Inc., 1981
045/002 Thoeny, Oscar W., 1969-1977
045/006 Tonawanda Indian Reservation Community House, 1939; Dedication Exercises Program
045/004 Totem Poles, n.d.; Fred Jones
045/007 Transparencies, List of, 1992
045/005 Trotter, Ray, 1993; (Box 113 Folder 27 for photos)
045/008 Tsa-La-Gi (Cherokee National Museum, Tahlequah, OK), 1980
045/009 Tubis, Seymour, 1976-1991
045/010 Tuchman, Barbara W., 1978-1979; Articles
023/004 Tulman-Hancock, Eleanor, 1983; (Box 112 Folder 21 for photos)
045/011 Turquoise, 1981-1982
045/017 U.S. Information Service, 1985
045/014 United Indian Nations in Oklahoma, 1988-1989
045/019 United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY), 1978-1981
045/016 University of Oklahoma Press, 1972-1985
045/015 University of Southern California, Idyllwild Campus, 1983; workshops
045/018 Utley, Robert M., 1982
029/011 Van Lindonk, Nelleke, 1992
045/020 Videographic Collections, 1989-1994
045/021 Vietnam Veterans Pow-wow, 1984
045/025 Watonga, Doris Duke Collection Information, 1969
045/024 Watonga Republican, 1989-1993
045/026 Wengel, Sue C., 1982-1985; Correspondence
045/027 West (Old), Smithsonian’s National Museum of American Art, 1991
046/001 Wheeler, Nettie, 1971-1985; Letters from Wheeler and Carl Albert
046/002 Wheeler, Patricia, 1981-1982
046/003 Who’s Who…, 1971-1994; Autobiographical information
046/004 Wichita, 1952; Notecards
023/008 Willis Henry Auctions, Inc., 1992
046/006 Wilson, Charles Banks, 1969-1983
046/005 Winter Tales, 1994
046/007 Woodard, 1981; notes
046/008 World and I Magazine, 1990

Series 12: Archives - 1901-1989

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
109/002 Archival Research, 1889-1989; (Box 114 Folder 11 for photos)
109/003 Bibliographic information, Miscellaneous, 1985-1986
052/010 Federal Archives & Records, General Services Administration, 1938-1988; Includes Microfiche
052/007 LaBarre, Weston, 1979-1981; Dr. Alexander Lesser
108/006 National Anthropological Archives, 1986; Catalog to Manuscripts, notecards, notes
109/001 National Anthropological Archives, James Mooney Papers, 1901-1986
052/011 National Archives & General Services Administration, 1965-1981
109/005 National Archives, 1914-1984; National Folk Festival, Indian Money Ledger
109/004 National Archives, 1929-1949; Kiowa 5 Artists
052/012 National Archives, Research, 1984; (Box 114 Folder 12 for photos) (See Box 109 for more files)
053/001 Oklahoma Collections, 1932-1986; (See legal size Boxes 108 & 109 for additional “Archives” files)
052/009 Pending correspondence, 1980-1986; National Archives & Smithsonian Institution
052/008 Silberman, Shifra (Research By), 1925-1982; Handwritten notes

Series 13: Art History - 1920-1993

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
059/010 1920s, The, 1972-1979
059/025 Adams, Lianne Hall, 1982; Interview transcript
059/006 American Artists Congress, n.d.
059/008 Art Deco, 1931-1980
059/009 Art Deco, Pottery Designs, 1930-1981
059/007 Art, Miscellaneous, 1980; clippings
060/015 Ash Can School / Armory Show, 1932-1980
059/024 Austin, Mary, 1933-1983
059/018 Avery, Milton, 1984
059/026 Blumenschein, Ernest & Bert Phillips, 1919
059/019 Burlin, Paul & Natalie Curtis, n.d.
059/027 Chapman, Kenneth M., “America’s Most Ancient Art,” 1931
059/028 Collier, John, “The Red Atlantis,” 1922
059/013 Davis, Stuart, 1945
059/029 DeHuff, Elizabeth W., 1929-1986; Interview transcript, letters; (Box 114 Folder 19 for photos)
060/001 Dietrich, Margretta S., “Their Culture Survives,” 1936
060/002 Dunn, Dorothy, 1931-1955; Articles
060/003 Dutton, Bertha P., 1975
060/013 Exhibits, 1927 & Temporary folder, 1922-1959
060/018 Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, 1931-1933
059/014 Gorky, Arshile, n.d.
059/020 Hartley, Marsden, 1980-1984
060/004 Henderson, Alice Corbin, 1925-1949; Articles
059/017 Indian Art, Miscellaneous, 1930-1980
059/016 Indian Influence on Modern Art, 1970
059/022 Indian Painting, Miscellaneous, 1920-1980; Articles, clippings
060/017 Kiowa Exhibits, 1937
060/011 Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1985
060/005 Lummis, Charles F., “My Brother’s Keeper,” 1899-1900
060/006 Montoya, Mrs., n.d.
059/021 Morris, George L. K., 1984
060/007 Pach, Walter, “The Art Museum in America,” 1948
060/008 Rush, Olive, “The Young Indian’s Work in Old Forms,” 1933
060/009 Sloan, John, 1932-1982
060/012 Society of Independent Artists, 1919-1979
059/011 Surrealism & Dada, 1978-1980
059/012 Symbolism, Pablo Picasso, n.d.
060/014 Venice Biennial, 1932
059/015 Weber, Max, 1969
060/010 White, Amelia Elizabeth, 1931-1938
060/016 World’s Fair Exhibit, 1939-1940
059/023 Zuni, Concerning the Arts & Crafts Situation at, in 1920s, 1934

Series 14: Art of Fort Marion - 1876-1993

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
054/007 Drafts of Papers & Slide Script for Center of the American Indian, 1985
054/010 Loose pages (perhaps from Silberman article), 1989
054/012 Making Medicine (David Pendleton Oakerhater) Article for Persimmon Hill, 1992-1993
054/011 Making Medicine (David Pendleton Oakerhater) Lecture/Paper, 1989; Letters
054/008 Notes including list of prisoners, 1989; Letters
054/009 Pending Research, 1876-1989; articles and prisoner information
054/006 Slide Script, 1989

Series 15: Beyond the Prison Gates - 1875-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
137/009 Binder – Beyond the Prison Gates Exhibition, 1992-1993
137/010 Binder – Beyond the Prison Gates, Notes, 1991
047/011 Brune, Carl, 1992-1994
047/012 Buffalo Meat, Descendents of, 1992; (Box 114 Folder 2 for photos)
048/003 Calendar, 1970-1993; (Box 114 Folder 3 for photos)
048/001 Ceramics, 1992
051/006 Chief Little Rock, Cheyenne Shield, 1992
048/005 Earth Satellite Corporation, 1991-1993
048/006 Educational Materials, 1993
048/010 Facilities Reports, 1988-1991
051/012 Floor plans, n.d.
048/009 Fort Marion Lecture Notes, 1986-1992
048/008 Fort Marion, St. Augustine, FL, 1934
049/001 Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum, 1993-1994
049/003 Gift Shop, 1992; 3-D glasses
049/002 Gilcrease Museum, 1993-1994
049/006 Glass/Plastic, n.d.; exhibition cases
049/004-005 Grants, 1991-1992
049/007 Griffith, Michael W., 1992-1993
049/009 I.D. Cards, n.d.
049/011 Jones, Lawrence T., 1987-1992; (Box 114 Folder 4 for photos)
049/010 Jones, Jay , 1993
051/013 Journey Tickets, n.d.
049/012 Making Medicine (O-Kuh-Ha-Tuh), 1989-1993; (Box 114 Folder 5 for photos)
047/010 Miscellaneous, 1983-1993
049/008 Museums, Miscellaneous, 1992-1993
050/004 National Archives (National Archives Trust Fund Board), 1989-1991
048/002 National Cowboy Hall of Fame, 1990-1994
050/001 Native American Advisory Board, 1991-1992
049/013 Newspaper Reports, 1875-1992
050/002 Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 1992-1993
050/003 Peabody Museum, Death Masks, 1992-1993
051/002 Photographers Place, A, 1991-1992
050/008 Pratt, Richard Henry, 1990; Clipping about Harvey Pratt
051/003 Pro Photo Brochure, 1991
050/006 Public Relations, 1990-1994
050/005 Public Relations (Newspaper articles), 1990-1994
050/007 Public Relations (Press Releases), 1990-1994; (Box 114 Folder 6 for photos)
051/004 Quotes, 1875-1992
051/008 Shields, 1992; (Box 114 Folder 9 for photos)
050/009 Shields (Morgan, Vanessa Paukeigope), 1992-1993 (Box 114 Folder 7 for photos)
051/005 Sitting Bull, 1932-1977
051/010 Stereo World (National Stereoscopic Association), 1988-1993
051/007 Stereoscopes, 1985-1992; (Box 114 Folder 8 for photos)
050/010 Stereoview Purchases, 1991-1992
051/009 Stereoviews, 1983-1994; (Box 114 Folder 10 for photos)
051/011 Tipis, Cheyenne, 1989
051/001 Van Deventer, M. J., 1992-1993; Article, “David Pendleton Oakerhater…”
048/007 Wade, Edwin L., 1991-1993
048/004 Weaver, Bobby, 1993

Series 16: Cheyenne Indians - 1901-1992

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
126/001 Sipes, John L., Jr. – Collection & Letters, 1901-1990; maps
126/002 Sipes, John L., Jr. – Correspondence & Genealogy, 1988-1989
126/003 Sipes, John L., Jr. – Sand Creek Massacre, 1981-1992
126/004 Sipes, John L., Jr. – Sand Creek Massacre Remains, 1989-1990
126/005 Girl Captives of the Cheyennes, Sophia German Feldman, 1927-1989

Series 17: Fort Marion - 1875-1993

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
075/003 Ahsit Drawing, n.d.
079/021 Amon Carter Museum, Photos (photocopied), n.d.
075/006 Anonymous Cheyenne Artist, n.d.
075/005 Anonymous Kiowa Artist, n.d.
078/009 Archives, List of, 1984-1988
077/003 Art of Fort Marion, Script, 1985; Drafts
074/023 Autograph Book, Beinecke Library (Yale University), 1875-1878
075/009 Bear’s Heart, James, Drawings, 1982; (Box 115 Folder 14 for photos)
075/008 Bear’s Heart, James, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, n.d.
075/007 Bear’s Heart, James, National Anthropological Archives, n.d.
075/015 Bear’s Heart, James, Museum of the American Indian, n.d.
079/022 Beinecke Library, Notes about Photographs, n.d.
074/010 Buffalo Meat (Oewotoh), Biography, n.d.
075/010 Buffalo Meat (Oewotoh), Drawings, 1986
075/014 Buffalo Meat, Amon Carter Museum, 1974-1992; (Box 115 Folder 18 for photos)
075/011 Buffalo Meat / Buzzard, Oklahoma Historical Society, n.d.; (Box 115 Folder 16 for photos)
075/012 Buffalo Meat / Price Current, Beinecke Library, n.d.; (Box 115 Folder 17 for photos)
079/019 California Museum of Photography, Letter to, 1986
079/011 Carlisle and Hampton, Transition to, 1880-1903
078/004 Carlisle Barracks School News, 1880-1984
078/001 Carlisle Indian Industrial School and Hampton Institute, 1909-1981; Articles
079/016 Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Photos (photocopied), n.d.; (Box 115 Folder 36 for photos)
079/010 Carlisle Indian Industrial School, “The Indian Helper,” 1992
078/007 Carlisle Indian Industrial School, 1880-1984; “The Morning Star” and other publications
079/027 Castillo de San Marcos (U.S.Park Service), 1978-1986; (Box 115 Folder 40 For Photos)
079/025 Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Ledger Drawings, 1989; (Box 115 Folder 38 for photos)
080/014 Champney, James Wells, 1966; Article; (see legal size Box 110 For additional “Fort Marion” files)
074/022 Cheyenne Allotments, Homes on, Photos (photocopied), 1916
080/006 Cheyenne Transporter, 1880-1989
075/013 Cohoe, Bruce, 1986
080/002 Correspondence (Miscellaneous) re: Stereo views, 1982-1990
080/011 Correspondence, 1879-1919; Pratt, Miles, Covington, Minimic
079/008 Cumberland Historical Society, Notes, 1985
075/017 Drawings, Oversized, Smithsonian Institution, n.d.
075/016 Drawings, Search for, n.d.; note paper with addresses and phone numbers
074/011 Etahdleuh (Etahdleuh Doanmoe), Biography, 1880-1888
074/024 Etahdleuh & Bear’s Heart, Drawings, Beinecke Library (Yale), 1982; (Bx 115 Folder 13 for photos)
075/022 Etahdleuh, Dickinson College, 1985
075/021 Etahdleuh, Drawings, 1983-1985; (Box 115 Folder 20 for photos)
075/023 Etahdleuh, Pictographic Letter, 1983-1989; (Box 115 Folder 21 for photos)
075/020 Etahdleuh, Rice County Historical Society, 1988-1989
079/005 Florida Historical Society, Letter & notes, 1984; (See Box 110 for more “Fort Marion” files)
110/004 Florida State Archives, Photos (photocopied), 1878-1992
079/004 Florida State University, Letter to Archives, 1984
079/002 Gibbs, Mrs. George W., “Data about the Indians who came from the West,” 1932-1979
075/018 Guy, Edward, Unidentified Drawings, 1985
075/002 Hampton Ceramics, 1992
080/003 Hampton Institute, 1986
075/019 Hampton, Unidentified Ceramic, n.d.; (Box 115 Folder 19 for photos)
080/010 Hampton University Archives, 1990-1991
074/012 Howling Wolf (Honanisto), 1883-1985
075/030 Howling Wolf, Beinecke Library, 1876
075/028 Howling Wolf, Field Museum, 1965
075/026 Howling Wolf, Inter Alia, Jim Phillips (Gutherie Ledger Book), 1980; (Box 115 Folder 22 for photos)
075/031 Howling Wolf, Josyln Art Museum, 1990
075/029 Howling Wolf, New York State Museum- Peter T. Furst, 1982; (Box 115 Folder 23 for photos)
075/027 Howling Wolf, Oberlin College (Allen Memorial Art Museum), 1976-1993
075/024 Howling Wolf, Paloheimo, n.d.
075/025 Howling Wolf, Picture Letter, n.d.
079/018 Index of Photos, 1985
080/008 Interlibrary loan, 1979-1980
078/011 Jacobs, Josephine Burgess, “Indian Prisoners at Fort Marion,” 1949
080/001 Jacobsen, Jacques Noel, Photos (photocopied), n.d.
078/012 Lanier, Sidney, Centennial Book Editions, 1875-1985
074/014 Making Medicine (David Pendleton Oakerhater), 1913-1984; (Box 115 Folder 10 for photos)
074/016 Making Medicine (David Pendleton Oakerhater), Bio, 1978-1992; (Box 115 Folder 11 for photos)
074/015 Making Medicine (David Pendleton Oakerhater) & Washington Cathedral, 1986-1987
077/001 Making Medicine: Art of Fort Marion,Traveling Exhibit, Kiowa Rations, 1985; (Box 115 Folder 31 for photos)
077/002 Making Medicine:Art of Fort Marion,Traveling Exhibit, 1985-1990; Notes, drafts, scripts
076/003 Making Medicine, George Terasaki, 1875-1986
130/001 Making Medicine, Research, 1989
076/002 Making Medicine, Silberman Ledger book Authentication, 1989-1990; (Box 115 Folder 26 for photos)
076/001 Making Medicine, Smithsonian Institution, 1986; (Box 115 Folder 25 for photos)
077/004 Making Medicine: The Art of Fort Marion, Traveling Exhibit, Smithsonian, 1984-1990
077/005 Making Medicine: Traveling Exhibit, OK Foundation for the Humanities, 1984-1992
077/006 Making Medicine: Traveling Exhibit, OK Foundation for the Humanities, 1984-1992
079/007 Malsheimer, Lonna N., Letters to, 1984-1985
075/004 Massachusetts Historical Society, Autograph Book, 1983
074/013 Matches, Walter, 1988
076/004 Matches, Walter (Ledger book), University of Pennsylvania, 1992
078/002 Mills, Clark and National Building Museum, 1879-1989; (Box 115 Folder 32 for photos)
079/023 Minimic, Photo (photocopied), n.d.
076/005 Minimic, Picture Letter to, n.d. [1876]
076/006 Morning Star Gallery, Drawings, 1990-1991
076/007 Nad-a-with-t, New York Public Library, 1983
079/017 National Stereoscopic Association, Silberman Notice, 1986
074/020 Ohet Toint (Charles Oheitoint Buffalo), Bio, 1930
076/010 Ohet Toint (Charley Buffalo), Obituary, 1986-1987
076/008 Ohet Toint (Charley Buffalo), Howard H. Huston, n.d.
075/001 Oklahoma Historical Society, Autograph Book, n.d.
079/012 Otis, Morgan George, Sr. (George Zotom Otis), 1943-1969; Letters, Gillette Griswold
079/020 Photographs, 1884-1984; (Box 115 Folder 37 for photos)
074/019 Pogo Press (publisher of Moira F. Harris’ Between Two Cultures), 1988-1989; Manuscripts, letters
080/009 Pratt (Richard Henry) Papers, Beinecke Library, 1875-1943; Notes, articles
079/014 Pratt (Richard Henry) Papers Inventory, Beinecke Library, 1972-1985
078/010 Pratt Correspondence, Index to, n.d.
078/008 Pratt, Richard Henry, Biographical, 1875-1975
078/006 Pratt, Richard Henry, Photos (Photocopied), 1992; (Box 115 Folder 35 for photos)
080/004 Prisoners Lists, 1875-1986; (Box 115 Folder 41 for photos)
079/024 Prisoners, Photos (photocopied) of, 1987
079/001 Robbins. S. S., Children’s Book, “Fort Marion and the Dungeon”, n.d.
074/017 Shave Head (Chenenaete), Obituary, 1880
079/013 Skinner, Woodward B., Correspondence, 1986
079/003 Snively, Mrs. R. J., Diary “Three Months Through FL, CA, and CO,” 1887
080/012 Southern Workman, 1878-1986; Newspapers and correspondence
074/018 Squint Eyes (Tichkematse), Bio, 1881; (Box 115 Folder 12 for photos)
076/011 Squint Eyes (Tichkematse), Hampton Institute, 1975
076/013 Squint Eyes (Tichkematse), Kenndy Galleries, 1976-1991
076/012 Squint Eyes (Tichkematse), Silberman, n.d.
076/019 Squint Eyes (Tichkematse), National Anthropological Archives, n.d.
080/007 St. Augustine, Bibliography, 1985-1987
080/005 St. Augustine, Florida, 1871-1991; Maps, brochures, leaflets, postcards, articles
078/003 St. Augustine Historical Society, 1977-1992; (Box 115 Folder 33 for photos)
079/015 St. Augustine, Stereoscopic Photos (photocopied), n.d.; D. Webster Dixon
079/026 Stereo Cards, Dealers & Collectors, 1985-1996; (Box 115 Folder 39 for photos)
079/026A Stereographs & images, 1969-1993; (Box 119 Folder 12 for photos)
080/013 Teachers List at Fort Marion, n.d.
076/014 Tsadeltah, Hampton Institute, n.d.
079/009 Whipple (Bishop Henry B.) Collection, Minnesota Indian Art, 1980-1981
076/009 White Buffalo Head, National Anthropological Archives, n.d.
076/017 White Horse (Tsen T’ainte), Joslyn Art Museum, 1983-1992
076/015 White Horse (Tsen T’ainte), Arthur E. Peach, Jr., 1986
075/032 Wild Horse (Koba), Smithsonian Institution, 1986-1992; (Box 115 Folder 24 for photos)
074/021 Wohaw (Wolf Robe), Bio, n.d.
076/018 Wohaw (Wolf Robe), Smithsonian Institution, 1969; (Box 115 Folder 27 for photos)
076/016 Wohaw (Wolf Robe), Missouri Historical Society, 1950-1986
079/006 Yonge Library of Florida History, Correspondence, 1984
076/023 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Beinecke Library, n.d.
076/021 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Museum of the American Indian, n.d.; (Box 115 Folder 29 for photos)
076/020 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Correspondence about, 1967-1986; (Box 115 Folder 28 for photos)
076/022 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Hampton Institute, n.d.
076/024 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Taylor Museum, 1983-1989
076/025 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Paloheimo, n.d.; (Box 115 Folder 30 for photos)
078/005 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Photos (Photocopied), Smithsonian, 1985; (Box 115 Folder 34 for photos)

Series 18: Charles Robinson Hume -

Persons researching the Hume family should visit the Western History Collections at the University of Oklahoma in Norman and refer to the Phillips Collection, Annette Ross Hume Collection, and C. Ross Hume Collection. Everything listed below was photocopied from the Phillips Collection, which can be researched on site at the Western History Collections.

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
064/010 Anadarko, After Opening, 1901-1902; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/006 Anadarko Cornfield Site, 1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/016 Anadarko: Families, Homes, Housing, Non-Indian, 1894-1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/011 Anadarko, Flood, 1898-1902; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/002 Anadarko Indian Agency, Fort Sill, 1900-1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/014 Anadarko, Lot Sales, 1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/009 Anadarko, Opening, 1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/004 Anadarko: Ragtown & Rock Island Train, 1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/017 Anadarko scenes, 1898-1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/024 Biography & photo descriptions, C. Ross Hume Collection, 1840-1951 (photocopied)
064/003 Colorado Springs, 1897-1899; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/022 Dale Papers, Letters b/w Dale and Edie, Gage, C. Ross Hume, 1924-1943; (Box 114 Folder 24 for photos) (photocopied)
064/015 Family, Non-Indian, Children, Education, 1900-1920; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
065/005 Hume, Annette & Charles, Miscellaneous, 1914-1980s; (Box 114 Folder 25 for photos) (photocopied)
064/021 Hume, Annette Ross, Personal notes on , 1985; wife of Charles Robinson Hume (1847-1940) (photocopied)
065/004 Hume, Annette Ross, Photograph captions, 1930s (photocopied)
065/002 Hume Collection, C. Ross, Research notes by Box, 1969-1995 (photocopied)
064/023 Hume Collection, C. Ross, Photos (photocopied), 1898-1901
065/003 Hume Family, 1914-1980s (photocopied)
064/020 Indian Amusements, 1898-1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/019 Indian Social Life & Customs, 1886-1902; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/018 Indian tribes (Various), 1898-1902; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/005 Indians, Personalities & Names, 1889-1911; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/012 Mexican Celebration, 1899-1905; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/008 Missions & Missionaries, Episcopal Chapel, 1898-1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/013 Opening Industries (dams, lumberyards), 1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/007 Riverside Indian School, 1898-1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
064/001 Surveys & Surveyors, 1900-1901; (Phillips Collection) Photos (photocopied)
065/001 Technical & Aesthetic Critique Notes of Photos, n.d. (photocopied)

Series 19: Indian Music - 1911-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
125/001 American Indian Music, The Etude, 1920
125/006 Ataloa Art Lodge, 1931-1934
125/007 Ballard, Louis – Plastic Soundsheet recording, Artspace, 1988
125/012 Cadman, Charles Wakefield, Collection Guide, Pennsylvania State University, 1988
125/009 Cadman, Charles Wakefield, Four American Indian Songs, Op. 45, 1911-1989
125/008 Cadman, Charles Wakefield, “The ‘Idealization’ of Indian Music,” 1915
125/010-011 Cadman, Charles Wakefield, “The Robin Woman (Shanewis),” 1918; musical score
125/013 Caupolican, Chief, 1966-1994
125/014 Dvorak, Antonin – Clipping, notes, 1993
125/002 Hamilton, Anna Heuermann, “The Music of the North American Indians,” 1945
125/015 Holdridge, Larry, Correspondence, 1994
125/020 Indian Music Lecture, 1913
125/016 Lieurance, Thurlow – American Indian Music, 1918-1921
125/017 Lieurance, Thurlow – Music Song Sheets, 1918-1921
125/018 Mobley-Vinay, Lushanya (Tessie) – Clippings & biographical information, 1923-1964
125/019 Poolaw, Lucy (Princess Watowasoh) – Penobscot Nation, 1994; Letter
125/005 Smith, Patrick J., “Toward and American Opera,” n.d.
125/004 Sources, Music – Lists, Catalogs, 1920-1994
125/003 Themes, Indian, Miscellaneous, 1922-1945

Series 20: Ledger Drawing Photos (Photocopied) - 1875-1993

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
081/001 Buffalo Meat & Ellerhausen, 1991-93; (Box 116 Folder 1 for photos)
081/002 Cheyenne, Arapaho, Caddo, 1987-89; (Box 116 Folder 2 for photos)
081/010 Choate, J.N., Indian Pictures, 1986
081/005 Comanches at Fort Marion, n.d.; (Box 116 Folder 5 for photos)
081/003 Fort Marion, 1988; (Box 116 Folder 3 for photos)
081/011 Fort Marion Identifications, 1875-1984; (Box 116 Folder 9 for photos)
081/004 Kiowa at Fort Marion, 1963-1991; (Box 116 Folder 4 for photos)
081/007 Miscellaneous, n.d.; (Box 116 Folder 7 for photos)
081/006 Mixed Groups at Fort Marion, 1876; (Box 116 Folder 6 for photos)
081/008 Romero, Rafael, 1992-1993; (Box 116 Folder 8 for photos)
081/009 Unidentified at Fort Marion, n.d.

Ledger Drawings - 1885-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
083/022 American Horse Drawings, Beinecke Library, n.d.
082/005 Apache, n.d.; from book by Jason Betzinez, “I Fought with Geronimo”
082/008 Bad Eye, 1968-1976; Correspondence, notes
082/007 Bad Eye, 1975;Thesis:Thomas A.Teegarden, A Kiowa Sketchbook…Ethnohistorical Perspective
083/027 Bad Heart Bull, Amos (Bad Heart Buffalo), 1932
083/026 Bear’s Arm, 1984
134/001 Big Bow, 1967-1989
082/009 Big Bow / Gaukin, n.d.
082/010 Big Bow, Morning Star Gallery, 1984
134/002 Big Bow, n.d.
OS1 Black, D. B., Mrs., 1890-95
082/021 Black Hawk, Medford Oregon Goodwill Industries, 1993-1994; (Bx 116 Folder 13 for photos)
082/002 Bourke, James Gregory, Ledger, 1985
083/028 Bull Bear, Montana Historical Society, n.d.
083/010 Calendar Counts, Sioux, 1976-1978
083/029 Carlisle Institute, n.d.
083/021 Cayuse-Nez Perce Sketchbook, 1980; Article by Theodore Stern et al.
083/015 Channing (W.E.) & Co., Unknown, 1993; (Box 116 Folder 20 for photos)
083/042 Channing, William E., 1981-1984; (Box 116 Folder 23 for photos)
134/003 Channing-Throckmorton, n.d.
134/003A Chief Killer, 1994
081/013 Cincinnati Art Museum, Muskogee Public Library, Williams College Museum, 1953-1989
134/004 Comanche Sketchbook, Lotsee Patterson Smith, 1983-1985
082/019 Cozad, Belo, Letters from National Anthropological Archives, 1891
082/006 Cozad, Otis, n.d.
082/024 Cronau, Rudolf, 1938; Clark Wissler, “Indian Cavalcade”
082/022 Crow Indian Art Symposium, 1981-1982
083/031 Don’t Braid His Hair, Museum of the American Indian, n.d.
083/001 Douglas, Frederick H. & Medicine Wheel Gallery, 1979-89; (Box 116 Folder 14 for photos)
134/005 Edwards, Peter Sketchbook, Morning Star Gallery, 1989
110/006 Florida State Archives, Stereographs (photocopied), 1991
082/012 Fort Leavenworth Museum, 1980-1985
082/001 Fort Reno, n.d.
082/003 Green, Candace, n.d.
084/002 Hau-Vah, Hide Painting, n.d.; (see Box 110 for more “Ledger Drawings” files)
083/016 Heritage Plantation of Sandwich, Ralph Olsen books, 1994
083/009 Hide Painting, Battle of Adobe Walls, 1963
083/018 Hide Painting, Crop-Eared Wolf, 1981; (Box 116 Folder 21 for photos)
083/023 Hide Painting, Smithsonian Institution, n.d.
083/004 Hide Paintings, Kenneth Canfield Gallery, 1984; (Box 116 Folder 15 for photos)
083/006 Hide Paintings, Miscellaneous, 1978-1982; (Box 116 Folder 17 for photos)
083/025 Hide Paintings, Peabody Museum, n.d.; (Box 116 Folder 22 for photos)
083/032 High Bull, Museum of the American Indian, n.d.
083/020 Hood Museum, Traveling Exhibit, n.d.
083/019 Joslyn Art Museum, 1984-1990
083/030 Kill Eagle (Wan-bli-kte), n.d.
083/033 Kills Two, n.d.
082/017 Kiowa Birthing, 1988-1989; Correspondence with Christian Feest
083/034 Little Chief, Daniel, n.d.
134/006 Little Finger Nail, 1889
083/035 Little Finger Nail, 1980-1984
081/012 McCoy, Ronald, 1985-1993; Correspondence
083/036 Medicine Crow, Chief, 1982
081/015 Morning Star Gallery, 1986-1987; (Box 116 Folder 11 for photos)
083/012 Musee de l’Homme, 1981-1990; (Box 116 Folder 18 for microfiche)
083/003 Muslin, Channing Gallery, 1975-1984
083/005 Muslin, Lee Cohen (Gallery 10), 1983-1986; (Box 116 Folder 16 for photos)
083/008 Muslin Shield, Kiowa, 1983
110/005 National Anthropological Archives, Drawings (photocopied), n.d.
082/004 National Anthropological Archives, n.d.
134/007 National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Kiowa Sketchbook, 1985
082/018 Pah-Bo (Buffalo Head), 1879-1987
083/002 Painted Buffalo Bone, n.d.
083/011 Pictographs, 1924
083/044 Pohrt, Richard A., Pictograph, 1973-1979
084/001 Ponca City Correspondence, 1893-1976; (Box 116 Folder 24 for photos)
083/038 Rain In The Face, 1894-1981
134/008 Red Horse (Sioux), Bruce T. Mominee, 1984
083/037 Red Horse, n.d.
083/017 Reeves, Keith (I.S.K.), Letter, 1993
134/009 Scott Ledger Book, Kiowa, n.d.
083/014 Short Bull, 1993-1994
135/001 Silverhorn, with title list, n.d.
082/015 Southern Cheyenne, Anonymous, n.d.
083/039 Spotted Horse, 1979
083/040 Spotted Wolf, n.d.
081/014 Stovall Museum, n.d.
135/002 Summit Springs, Dog Soldier Sketchbook , 1992-1993 (Box 119 Folder 13 for photos)
135/003 Summit Springs, n.d.; (see also OS1 for photocopied ledger drawings)
OS1 Summit Springs, 1869
083/047 Tall Bear, 1982
082/011 Tazki, 1984
083/024 Texas Memorial Museum Ledger Drawings, 1988; Article by Charles J. Lohrmann
083/007 Tipis, Sioux Painted, 1885-1979
082/013 To’oan, Museum of the American Indian, n.d.
083/048 Two Bears, 1977
083/049 Two Strikes, n.d.
083/043 Unidentified, 1981
135/004-005 Unidentified, n.d.
083/046 Unknown Sioux, Morning Star Gallery, n.d.
083/045 Unknown Sioux, Russell Kloer, 1986
083/013 Wannapin, George, 1992-1993; (Box 116 Folder 19 for photos)
082/014 Whirlwind, Stovall Museum, n.d.
083/041 White Horse, 1984
082/023 White Swan, Denver Art Museum, 1980
082/020 Yellow Hawk, 1966; (Box 116 Folder 12 for photos)
082/016 Yellow Nose, n.d.

Series 22: New deal Art - 1933-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
061/007 Calcagno, Nick, n.d.
061/005 Cameron University, “New Deal for Oklahoma Artists, 1933-1934,” 1982; Grant application
061/018 George Mason University, Institute on the Federal Theatre Project & New Deal Culture, 1982-94
061/008 Indian, 1939
061/010 Miscellaneous file, 1935-1936
061/013 Oklahoma Art Center, Federal Art Gallery, 1936-1945
061/009 Oklahoma City Public Schools, 1982; W.P.A. Federal Arts Projects catalog, 1936-1942
061/011 Oklahoma Historical Society, Indian Archives, 1937-1981
061/014 Oklahoma, Miscellaneous, 1939-1960
061/017 Oklahoma Murals, 1934-1984
061/006 Oklahoma Post Offices, Murals, 1979-1982
061/015 Public Works of Art project, 1933-1934
061/016 Publications, 1936-1980
061/004 Treasury Building, 1987-1991
061/019 W.P.A. Posters, Golden Gate Indian Court, 1986-1987; (Box 114 Folder 23 for photos)
061/012 White Buffalo, Silkscreen, n.d.

Series 23: Photography - 1955-1990

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
046/027 A-L, 1984
046/032 Bibliography, notes, 1981-1984
046/030 Clippings, 1983-1984
046/033 Coleman, Emma A., 1977-1984; Photocopied photos and biography
065/009 Contacts, n.d.
046/034 Elrod, Jennie, n.d.; research notes
046/031 Exhibitions, 1985
046/035 Expenses, 1984-1985; receipts
065/014 Film, 1983; Interlibrary Loan book request forms and University Microfilms International
065/011 Fort Sill Archives, 1989
046/029 General, 1983-1985
065/012 Gilcrease Museum, n.d.
065/008 Governor’s Gallery, Legacy: Prints…by Oklahoma Indian Artists, 1987; (Box 114 Folder 26 for photos)
047/001 Lange, Dorothea, 1978-1988; Photocopied photos
065/023 Marquette Museum of Great Plains, 1983-1984
065/026 Miscellaneous, 1979-1988; (Box 114 Folder 27 for photos)
047/002-003 Miscellaneous, 1979-1989
065/019 Museum of New Mexico Photo Archives, n.d.
047/004 Museum of the Great Plains, 1983-1984
046/028 N-Z, n.d.
047/006 National Anthropological Archives, Irwin Bros., 1968-1969
065/021 National Anthropological Archives, P. Fleming, n.d.
065/022 National Anthropological Archives, Photos, 1983-1986
065/016 National Archives Films, 1988
047/005 National Archives, Fort Worth, n.d.
065/020 National Archives, Stills, 1984; Select Audiovisual Records Brochures
065/010 New Mexico & Arizona Archives, n.d.
047/007 Notebook #1, 1983-1985
047/008 Notebook #2, 1984
047/009 Oklahoma Arts Institute, 1989-1990
065/015 Oklahoma Films, 1977-1989
065/006 Oklahoma Historical Society, 1989; (See legal size Box 108 for additional information)
108/003 Oklahoma Historical Society, Photographs (photocopied) & photocopied Diary, Jennie Elrod, 1955
065/018 Oklahoma Photographers, 1983-1984
065/013 Phone Numbers, Washington, DC, n.d.
065/024 References, n.d.
065/017 Santa Fe Indian School Photo Archives, n.d.
046/026 Sneavely, Alice, n.d.; research notes
065/025 Sources, Repositories, 1985
065/007 Western History Collection, 1975-1989

Series 24: Photos (Photocopied) - 1890-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
046/019 Auchiah, James (Decendant of Satanta), 1949-1972; (Box 113 Folder 32 for photos)
046/012 Craterville Park, Daughter of Dawn, 1926-1989; (Box 113 Folder 29 for photos)
046/022 Estes, Linton H., Jr., 1939-1989; (Box 113 Folder 35 for photos)
046/017 Fort Marion, n.d.
046/010 James, Louise B., 1990
046/014 Kiowa, 1892-1994; (Box 113 Folder 30 for photos)
046/015 Kiowa, 1905-1989; (Box 113 Folder 31 for photos)
046/020 Kiowa photos from Scott Bergen, 1890-1987; (Box 113 Folder 33 for photos)
046/011 Leavenworth Museum, 1992
046/023 Miscellaneous, n.d.
046/025 Mooney, James & Tipi Designs, 1986; (Box 113 Folder 37 for photos)
046/018 Painters (Miscellaneous), 1934-1937; (Box 113 Folder 28 for photos)
046/016 Paintings (Hide and Tipi), n.d.; (Box 113 Folder 38 for photos)
046/024 Philbrook Art Center, n.d.; (Box 113 Folder 36 for photos)
046/009 Photos & Transparencies for “100 Years..” Exhibit, 1978; (legal Box 119 Folder 2 for photos)
046/021 Saint Augustine Historical Society, n.d.; (Box 113 Folder 34 for photos)
046/013 Unidentified photos, 1988

Series 25: Watonga Mural - 1902-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
053/005 Art of Fort Marion, article by Arthur Silberman, 1989
054/003 Cheyenne Note Cards, n.d.; notes from secondary sources
053/003 Indian-White Relations, 1902-1994; papers and articles
053/002 Indian-White Relations in Painting, n.d.
053/007 Interviews, Transcriptions, 1941-1984
053/004 Miscellaneous articles (including Watonga Republican), 1940-1991
054/004 Miscellaneous Notes and items, 1941-1984
053/006 National Archives, 1940-1983; Letter re: Watonga, OK Post Office Mural
054/002 Notes and Research, 1940-1986; articles associated with Mural
054/005 Oklahoma Arts Institute, Literature, 1990-1991
054/001 Photos (Photocopied), postcards, 1941-1984; (Box 114 Folder 13 for photos)
053/008 Silberman’s Abstract of Paper, “Watonga’s Day in the Sun or Trickster Comes to Town,”1984

Series 26: Miscellaneous - 1888-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
144/002 Alumni Records Printout – University of Oklahoma, n.d.
141/001 Association of American Cultures, Open Dialogues, 1988-1990
172 Binder – Canadian Native Prints Ltd., Art Prints, 1980-1982
137/005 Binder – Index of Stereo Views, NAPRL Collection, 1991
137/006 Binder – MIS, Alphabetical list of material culture items, Architecture – Tipi, n.d.
172 Binder – Open Pacific Graphics, Art Prints, 1980-1993
172 Binder – Pacific Editions Limited, Art Prints, 1990-1994
137/011 Binder – University of Oklahoma Art Museum Exhibition, Notes & Letters, 1988-1989
104/003 Brochures and Pamphlets, n.d.
135/009 Business Records (Art) – Gallery of the Four Moons, 1968-1979; Receipts, statements
144/001 Calendars & Maps – 1963-1990; Native American images
141/002 Catalogs, Book – 1977-1994
135/006 Census – Seger Colony Indians, 1888-1894
131/006 CheyenneTipi – Correspondence, Nancy L. Fagin & Winfield Coleman, 1989
143/004 Clippings – 1967-1988
143/002 Clippings – Magazine articles, 1958-1991
143/003 Clippings – Newspaper, Indians Arts & Crafts, 1966-1994
103/007 Contents & budget estimate for Early Kiowa Artists Book, n.d.
135/007 Diary – Brereton, John James, Scout, Fort Supply, 1989
103/011 Dohasan Winter Count, n.d.
141/003 Guide & Directory – …Guide to Native American Painters…& Directory for Indian Resources, 1968-1991
173 Kitsch – Postcards, Greeting Cards, Playing cards, n.d. (See also OS3 for more kitsch)
103/012 Letters from Silberman, 1992-1994
145/004 Lithographs – Miscellaneous, n.d.
144/003 Miscellaneous Fliers, Brochures, Announcements, and postcards, 1967-1994
131/007 Music – Bard Music Festival, 1993-1994
131/008 Nast, Thomas – Cartoons, 1994; “A Child’s Christmas Cookbook,” 1964
103/008 Native American Art History Course reviews, 1992-1994
103/014 Newspaper clippings (photocopied), 1927-1940
131/009 Northwest Coast Indians, 197-1987
103/013 Notes, clippings, photocopies, 1991-1994
132/001 Oklahoma Historical Society – Educational Materials, 1972
132/002 Order of Red Men – Malone, William J., 1923 & 1995
145/001-003 Photos, Native American Portraits – Albumen prints mounted on cardstock, late 19th century
145/005 Photos, Native American Portraits – Panoramic copy print of Indian Group including Quanah Parker, ca. 1988
104/001-002 Prints, 1986-1994; letters, lists, and invoices
136/001 Research in Progress, 1987-1994; (Box 119 Folder 11 for photos)
103/010 Research papers, 1980; typed manuscripts with handwritten notes; Wanda Pugh
139/005 Sonderdruck aus Mitteilungen aus dem Museum fur Volkerkunde Hamburg, 1974-1981
103/009 Stereographs (photocopied), n.d.

Series 27: Miscellaneous Articles - 1922-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
057/020 American Indian Studies Center, “Sharing a Heritage: American Indian Arts,” 1984
057/014 Arapaho Notes, 1954-1971
142/007 Ashabranner, Brent – “A Strange and Distant Shore: Indians of the Great Plains in Exile,” 1994; Manuscript
061/020 Bibliography of Modern Indian Painting of the Southwest, 1956
142/009 Bobbs-Merrill – Reprint Series in the Social Sciences, 1914-1964
058/002 Brief Survey of the History & Development of American Indian Painting, n.d.; Typed manuscript
057/015 Burbank, E. A., “Burbank Among the Indians,” 1944; (Box 114 Folder 17 for photos)
057/017 Early Southwest Indian Painting Traditions, 1975
058/001 El Palacio, “America Has Its ‘Primitives’,” by E. H. Cahill, 1922
142/008 Hay, Robert D. – “Oklahoma Awards Won by Indian Artists…,” 1973-1974; Manuscript
057/016 Indians At Work, 1934-1937; notes
144/005 Miscellaneous articles, photocopied, 1933-1987
143/001 Miscellaneous articles, photocopied, 1968-1991
142/010 Miscellaneous articles, photocopied, 1976-1992
061/021 New Mexico Association on Indian Affairs, 1940-1956
061/025 Pending Correspondence, 1989-1990
057/019 Scarpitta, Annette, “War for the Plains,” 1993-1994
061/022 Silberman, Arthur, “Founding of Contemporary School of Southwest Indian Painting,” n.d.
061/024 Silberman, “Beginnings of Contemporary Southwest Indian Painting:… to 1932,” n.d.
057/018 Time-Life Correspondence, 1974-1979
061/023 Wade, Edwin L., “Traditions in Native American Painting,” 1981

Series 28: Miscellaneous Articles & Text - 1886-1992

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
124/001 Art Journal articles, Fall 1992
124/002 Butler, Tiana B., “Spinning Yarns…,” 1975
124/003 Ewers, John C., various articles, 1943-1986
124/004 Fergusson, Erna, “New Mexico: A Pageant of Three Peoples,” selected pages, 1951
124/005 Furst, Peter T., “Shamanism, the Ecstatic Experience, and Lower Pecos Art: Reflections on Some Transcultural Phenomena,” ca. 1983
124/006 Gibson, Arrell Morgan, “The Santa Fe and Taos Colonies,” selected pages, 1983
124/007 Gridley, Marion E., “Indians of Today,” selected pages, 1936
124/008 Hartley, Marsden, “Adventures in the Arts,” selected pages, 1972
124/009 Hayden, Julian D., “The Vikita Ceremony of the Papago,” 1987
124/010 Interior, Department of, “Contemporary Sioux Painting Slide Lecture Kit,” n.d.
124/011 Powell, J. W., “Fourth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology…1882-83,” 1886. Pp.510-21
124/012 Slonimsky, Nicolas, “Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians,” 1978
124/013 Unknown, “Introduction to the Study of North American Indians,” n.d.

Series 29: Miscellaneous Documents - 1871-1989

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
068/010 Anadarko Newspapers Checklist, n.d.
066/001 Anadarko Philomathic Museum, 1923-1982
067/006 Archives of American Art (Smithsonian), 1972-1974
066/008 Articles/Books reviewed, 1932-1986
066/005 Association for Indian Affairs Archives, Princeton, 1933-1986
067/019 Audiovisual Resources, 1978-1987
066/010 Bibliographic Lists, 1960-1981
067/018 Bibliographies, 1932-1981; “Guide to…Native American Resources…at Western History Coll”
068/007 Bibliography, General, 1966-1982; includes Museum of American Indian’s List of Publications
068/002 Bibliography of Native American Literatures, n.d.; Association for American Indian Literatures
068/004 Bibliography of Oklahoma Newspapers, n.d.
068/005 Bibliography of Out-of-State Newspapers, n.d.
066/007 Book Catalog Presses and Titles, 1987-1988
066/011 Books already examined, n.d.
067/002 Central State University Library, 1969
067/015 Cheyenne Bibliography, n.d.
066/009 Chicago Art Institute, Index to Art Periodicals, n.d.
067/014 Comanche Bibliography, n.d.
067/001 Field Museum Holdings, n.d.
068/014 Fort Sill Library, Hugh L. Scott Papers, 1871-1989
066/013 Fort Sill Museum, 1962-1968
066/014 Fort Sill Museum Holdings, 1964-1984
067/017 Gilcrease Museum, Collections of Papers, n.d.
068/018 Gilcrease Museum, Willie Baze Lane Papers, n.d.
068/003 Index to Magazines, 1965-1978; North American Indian Periodicals
068/013 Indian Rights Association, n.d.
067/009 Kiowa Agency, Office of Indian Affairs, Oklahoma City, 1936
066/006 Kiowa Bibliography, n.d.
067/004 Library of Congress, 1984-1988
068/015 Library of Congress, Hugh L. Scott Papers, 1982
066/003 Marriott (Alice) Collection, Western History Collection, 1935
066/012 Military History, Notes, 1912-1984
068/008 National Anthropological Archives, Weston La Barre Papers, 1947-1976
068/016 National Anthropological Archives, John Peabody Harrington Papers, 1907-1957
067/005 National Archives, Select Audiovisual Records, 1984
066/015 New Mexico State Museum Library/ Tonita Pena, 1918-1983
066/016 Newberry Library, n.d.; Notes
067/011 Oklahoma Art Center, n.d.; Notes
068/009 Oklahoma City & Tulsa Newspapers Checklist, 1966
067/012 Oklahoma Department of Libraries, n.d.
067/013 Oklahoma Historical Society, General Federation of Women’s Clubs, 1922-1930
067/008 Oklahoma Historical Society / Oklahoma State Archives, Indians, 1931-1982
110/002 Oklahoma Historical Society, Administration Records, 1926-1938
067/007 Oklahoma Historical Society, Kiowa Agency, 1896-1982
068/017 Oklahoma Historical Society, Pioneer-Indian Papers, n.d.; Notes
068/006 Periodicals Checklist, n.d.
110/003 Philbrook Art Center, Research, 1946-1960; Notes
066/002 Princeton University Archives, n.d.; Notes
068/001 Research Sources, 1969
068/019 School of American Research, Amelia E. White Papers, 1923-1934
067/016 Sioux Bibliography, 1980
067/003 Smithsonian Institution, Archives, 1989
068/011 Theses & Dissertations Bibliography, 1957
066/004 Western History Collection, Music (Finding Aid), n.d.
068/020 Western History Collection, Alice Marriott Papers,1938-1942
068/012 Western History Collection, Doris Duke Papers, 1968
067/010 Western History Collection, Various Collections including Dale, Jacobson, n.d.; Notes

Series 30: Miscellaneous Exhibits - 1946-1993

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
059/001 Biographies for German Exhibit, “Indian Art of the 20th century in the USA,” 1984-1985
058/010 Carnegie Public Schools, “Descriptive Guide…to…slides…For Indian History Project,” 1971
059/003 Catalogue for German Exhibit, “Indian Art of the 20th Century in the USA,” 1984-1985
109/006 Hawk, Jonny (Johnson Lee Scott), 1966-1975; Letters, notes, transcript
058/016 Heard Museum, 1969-1971
059/005 Highwater, Jamake,”What is Controversial in American Indian Art?,” for Ed Wade catalogue, 1982
058/011-012 Non-Indian, 1966-1980; (Box 114 Folder 18 for photos)
058/013 Pawnee Bill Oklahoma Indian Art Exhibition, 1969-1970
109/007 Philbrook Art Center, Annual Exhibit Catalogs, 1946-1979
058/008 Philbrook Art Center, Annuals, Articles, 1948-1972; Clippings
058/003 Red Cloud Indian School, Indian Art Show, 1970-1976
058/014 Scottsdale Annual, n.d.
059/002 Slide Inventory List, n.d.
058/004 Smyth, Ed, Correspondence, 1965-1976; (Box 114 Folder 14 for photos)
058/015 Southern Plains Indian Museum and Crafts Center, 1971-1977
059/004 Southwest and Plains Painters, 1993
110/001 Tiger, Jerome, 1966-1980; Letters, biography, clippings
058/005 Tiger, Jerome, 1967-1971; (Box 114 Folder 15 for photos)
058/007 Tiger, Jerome, Arts Place Exhibit, 1965-1983
058/009 Tiger, Jerome, Photographs, 1976; (Box 114 Folder 16 for photos)
058/006 Tiger, Jerome, Sketchbook, 1980

Series 31: Miscellaneous Literature - 1910-1985

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
056/002 Adams, Margaret, “Navajo & Apache Painting,” 1974; File #1
056/005 Afton, Jean, “Techniques for Determining Dates Derived from a Cherokee…Sketchbook,” 1974
056/005 Allen, Virginia R., “The White Man’s Road,” 1975; File #4
056/005 Anthropology and the American Indian: A Symposium, 1970; File #4
056/001 Bibliography for Files (#s 1 – 21) found in Boxes 56 & 57, Folders 2-9 & Folders 1-13, n.d.
057/005 Blanchard, Kendall, “Play and Adaptation: Sport and Games in Native America,” 1983; File #13
056/005 Brody, Jacob J., “In Advance of the Readymade: Kiva Murals & Navajo Dry Painting,” ca. 1972
057/006 Burton, Henrietta K., “Re-Establishment of Indians in Pueblo Life…,” 1936; File #14
057/007 Corwett, Lloyd, ” Successes and Failures,” 1952; File #15
056/005 Davis, Michael, ” German Silverwork in the Anadarko, Oklahoma area,” 1965; File #4
056/004 Dixon, Joseph Kossuth, “The Vanishing Race,” 1925; File #3
057/004 Dodge, Richard Irving, ” Our Wild Indians,” n.d.; File #12
056/005 Dunlay, Thomas W., “Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian Scouts…1860-1890,” 1982; File #4
056/005 Goldfrank, Esther S., “Different Patterns of Blackfoot & Pueblo Adaptation…,” 1952; File #4
056/005 Grant, A.S., “The Indian Fair,” ca. 1911; File #4
057/004 Grove, Fred, “The Osage Murders,” 1968; File #12
056/003 Gunn, John M., ” Schat-Chien: History…Queres Indians of Laguna and Acoma,” n.d.; File #2
057/003 Haley, James L., “The Buffalo War: History of the Red River Uprising…,” 1976; File #11
056/005 Hanson, James A., “Laced Coats and Leather Jackets:… Clothing Exchange,” 1982; File #4
056/005 Hatcher, Evelyn Payne, ” Visual Metaphors: A Formal Analysis of Navajo Art,” 1974; File #4
056/005 Jones, David E., “The ‘Thunder Motif’ in Plains Indian Culture,” 1967; File #4
056/004 Lindquist, G.E.E., “The Red Man in the United States,” 1923; File #3
056/004 McClintock, Walter, “The Old North Trail,” 1910; File #3
056/006 Meeks, Oliver Gough, “The Federal Art Program in Oklahoma,” Illustration only, 1941; File #5
056/007 Meeks, Oliver Gough, “The Federal Art Program in Oklahoma, 1934-1940,” 1941; File #6
056/004 Missionary Education (Department of), “The Moccasin Trail,” 1932; File #3
057/007 Moore, John H., “The Ornithology of Cheyenne Religionists,” ca. 1984; File #15
057/009 Moynahan, Julian, “She was a Movable Salon,” 1985; File #17
057/004 Otis, Raymond, “Indian Art of the Southwest…,” 1935; File #12
056/008 O’Connor, Francis V., “Federal Support for the Visual Arts: The New Deal and Now,” 1969
056/005 Parman, Donald L., “J.C. Morgan: Navajo Apostle of Assimilation,” 1972; File #4
057/004 Parry, Ellwood, “The Image of the Indian & the Black Man in American Art,” 1974; File #12
056/005 Petersen, Karen D., “Cheyenne Soldier Societies,” 1964; File #4
056/005 Pritchett, John Perry, “Historical Aspects of the Canadian Metis,” 1952; File #4
056/005 Rhodes, Willard, “Acculturation in North American Indian Music,” 1951; File #4
056/005 Rister, Carl Coke, “Harmful Practices of Indian Traders of the Southwest…,” 1931; File #4
057/008 Rogers, Kathleen Grisham, “Incidence of New Deal Art in Oklahoma,” 1974; File #16
056/002 Royce, Anya Peterson, “Anthropology of Dance, ” 1977; File #1
057/009 Rudnik, Lois Palken, “Mabel Lodge Luhan,” 1984; File #17
056/005 Schneider, Mary Jane, “Kiowa and Comanche Baby Carriers,” 1983; File #4
056/005 Schneider, Mary Jane, “Production of Indian-use & Souvenir Beadwork…,” 1983; File #4
057/012 Schulze-Thulin, Axel, “Neuere Entwicklungen in der panindianischen Malerei..,” 1981; File #20
056/005 Siegel, Bernard J., “Suggested Factors of Culture Change at Taos Pueblo,” 1952; File #4
057/010 Snyder, Walter W., “The Native American Church,” 1969; File #18
056/005 Stewart, Omer C., “Southern Ute Adjustment to Modern Living,” 1952; File #4
057/011 Tewa Basin Study, 1935; Letter from Richard M. Howard, 1984; Notes & Transcript, File #19
057/013 Vatter, Ernst, ” Historic Painting & Heraldic Image Writing of…Prairie Tribes,” n.d.; File #21
056/005 Voget, Fred, “Crow Socio-Cultural Groups,” 1952; File #4
057/001 Warner, John Anson, “Contemporary Indian Painting in Canada,” 1980; File #9
056/009 Warner, John Anson, “Contemporary Indian Painting in Canada,” 1980; File #8
057/002 Whitman, William, “The San Ildefonso of New Mexico,” 1940; File #10

Series 32: Biographical - 1942-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
138/006 Binder – Silberman Lesson Plans, Rosters, Grades- Oklahoma City University teaching, 1992-1994
139/001 Binder – Silberman, List (Alphabetical) of names (Contact List?), n.d.
139/002 Binder – Silberman, Manuscripts & notes, “Of Sacred Serpents, Buffalo and Bambi”, n.d.
139/003 Binder – Silberman, Location of Items in Collection, 1990-1991
061/003 Silberman, 1942-1991;includes letters from Arthur & Marcel to Mother; (Box 114 Folder 22 for photos)
061/001 Silberman, Arthur, Governor’s Arts Awards, 1988-1989; (Box 114 Folder 20 for photos)
060/020 Silberman, Arthur, Native American Painting Reference Library, 1973-1991; Vitae
060/019 Silberman, Arthur, Vita, 1978-1990; Who’s Who entries and submissions
061/002 Silberman Collection, 1978-1987; (Box 114 Folder 21 for photos)
132/003 Silberman, Arthur, Synagogue (Responsive readings, letters), 1968-1969
132/004 Silberman, Arthur – Mailings (100 Years of Native American Painting), 1978
132/005 Silberman, Arthur, College of Liberal Studies, University of Oklahoma, 1980-1982
132/006 Silberman, Arthur, College of Liberal Studies, University of Oklahoma, 1982-1985
132/007 Silberman, Arthur – Miscellaneous notes, 1989
132/008 Silberman, Arthur – Research Kibble, notes, n.d.
139/004 Silberman, Arthur – Scripts to Slide Presentations, 1990
132/009 Silberman, Arthur – Mail, December 1994; Dr. Gerhard Hoffman & Ronald Anderson
142/001 Silberman, Letters to, Miscellaneous, 1966-1994
142/002 Compton’s Encyclopedia, Indians – Tearsheets, 1968
142/003 Millbrook Press, 1995
142/004 Sketches, Unknown, n.d.
142/005 Silberman, Notes by, Miscellaneous, n.d.
142/006 Silberman, Arthur – “David Pendleton Oakerhater-Cheyenne Warrior’s Trail from Rogues’ Gallery…,” 1990

Series 33: Address & Bibliographic Card Files - n.d.

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
106/002 Address file, A-H
106/003 Address file, I-R
106/004 Address file, S-Z
106/005 Bibliographic Card file, A-C
106/006 Bibliographic Card file, D-H
106/007 Bibliographic Card file, I-J
107/001 Bibliographic Card file, K-N
107/002 Bibliographic Card file, O-Q
107/003 Bibliographic Card file, R-S
107/004 Bibliographic Card file, T-Z

Series 34: Greeting Cards, Postcards, & Business Cards - 1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
106/001 Business cards, badges, & addresses
105/006 Greeting cards & Postcards – Balink, Joshua, Begay, Yazz, Vigil, Crumbo, Beaver, n.d.
105/005 Greeting cards & Postcards – Crumbo, Two Arrows, Joshua, Chee, Momaday, Fonseca, Naha, Tiger, Gorman, n.d
105/004 Greeting cards & Postcards – Crumbo, Beaver, Red Star, 1994

Series 35: Lectures - 1886-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
063/016 Animals in Indian Art, 1986; cassette-slide presentation
063/010 Articles for Class, 1886-1983
062/003 Course Notebook, 1988-1994; Oklahoma City University
062/017 Critical Statements, 1972-1980
063/003 Dunn, Dorothy, at the Santa Fe Indian School, 1932-1937, n.d.
062/006 Exams, 1988-1990; Native American Art History
062/015 Expenses, Oklahoma City University, 1988-1989
062/009 Fort Marion, Art of, 1994
062/004 Fort Marion, Art of, n.d.
063/008 Fort Marion to the Turn of the Century, Plains Indian Painting from, 1994
062/010 Indian Art Turns to New Subject Matter and New Styles [late 1950s], n.d.
062/019 Kiowa Movement, The Early, [Kiowa 5], 1989
062/020 Kiowa School of Painting, The Early, Drafts, 1989
062/012 Kuttalyop (Kiowa word for Schoolboys) and the Renaissance of Indian Art [Kiowa 5], n.d.
062/014 Lesson Outline on Rock Art: Native American Art History
063/002 Miscellaneous clippings, articles, and notes, 1970-1977
063/011 Oklahoma Arts Institute, 1990
063/012 Oklahoma Historical Society, Annual Meeting, 1990, 1989-1990
063/007 Oklahoma Indian Art, 1990
063/006 Oklahoma Indian Painting, n.d.; slide presentation script
062/018 One Hundred Years of Native American Painting, Draft, n.d.
063/009 One Hundred Years of Native American Painting, 1978
062/001 Painting in the Southwest From Prehistoric Murals to the Turn of the 20th Century, 1988
063/005 Plains Indian Painting- Before and After Jacobson, n.d.
062/008 Prehistoric Pottery and Murals to…early 20th Century Religious Paintings and Murals, 1994
063/013 Reviews of Kiowa Literature, 1982-1989
062/007 Rock Art, 1994
063/014 Rock Art to Calendar Counts and Traditional Ledger Drawings, Plains Painting: From, 1993
062/016 Rock Art to Contemporary Painting, Sampler of American Indian Art from Prehistoric, n.d.
063/004 Sacred Serpents, Buffalo and Bambi, Of, 1979
062/011 Scholder, Cannon, Hardin, etc., n.d.
063/001 Scott, Julian, Ledger, 1968-1988
062/013 Society of Independent Artists, 1920; 4th Annual Exhibition Catalogue
063/015 Southwest Indian Painting, Articles, n.d.
062/002 Test Review: After Fort Marion to Turn of 20th Century, 1994
062/005 Tiger, Jerome, 1941-1967

Series 36: Legal Documents - 1977-1980

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
052/006 Silberman vs. Lu Celia Wise (President, Illustrated Books Company), 1978-1979
052/005 Silberman vs. Lu Celia Wise (President, Illustrated Books Company), 1978-1979
052/004 Silberman vs. Lu Celia Wise (President, Illustrated Books Company), 1978-1979
052/003 Silberman vs. O.E.T.A., Henry Trattner, 1980; (See legal size Box 108 for additional files)
052/002 Silberman vs. O.E.T.A., Articles & clippings, 1979-1980
052/001 Silberman vs. O.E.T.A., Script drafts, outlines, comments on drafts, 1978-1979
051/014 Silberman vs. O.E.T.A., Depositions, 1979
108/004 Silberman vs. O.E.T.A., 1977-1980; correspondence, scripts, comments on draft III, transcriptions
108/005 Silberman vs. O.E.T.A., 1977-1980;correspondence,restraining orders, loan agreements

Series 37: Note Pages & Cards - 1991

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
104/008 Bibliographic cards, A-Z
105/002 Library reference cards, n.d.
105/003 Miscellaneous reference cards, n.d.
104/006 Native American Art History- Market prices of Artists, 1991
104/004 Notes possibly relating to “Beyond Prison Gates,” n.d.
104/007 Prints, Northwest, n.d.
104/009 Slide reference cards, n.d.
105/001 Source cards, n.d.
104/005 Stereograph notes for “Beyond Prison Gates,” 1991
107/006 Subject cards
104/010 Subject cards, n.d.
107/005 Subject/Reference cards, F-Z

Series 38: Art Catalogs, Fliers, Brochures - 1945-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
133/001 American Indian Exposition, Catalogs – 1958 & 1970
133/002 Art Catalogs – Brochures, Fliers, 1991-1994
133/003 Art Catalogs – Catalogs, 1974-1994
133/004-005 Art, Non-Indian – Fliers, Brochures, 1968-1981
133/006 Art, Non-Indian – Clippings, 1967-1978
133/007 Denver Art Museum, Catalogs – Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Indian Painting, 1951-1970
133/008 Five Civilized Tribes Indian Artists Exhibition, Annual, Catalogs, 1967-1980
133/009 Governmental Shows, Catalogs – Clippings, 1964-1976
133/010 Governmental Shows, Catalogs – Printed materials, 1955-1976
133/011 Group Shows, Catalogs – Clippings, 1940-1981
133/012 Group Shows, Catalogs – Printed Materials, 1953-1982
133/013 Group Shows – Clippings, 1945-1986
133/014 Group Shows – Printed materials, 1965-1985
133/015 Museum of New Mexico – Indian Artists Exhibition catalogs, 1956-1965
133/016 Private Collections, Catalogs – 1963-1990
133/017 Scottsdale National Indian Arts Exhibition – Catalogs, 1967-1970
133/018 Southern Plains Indian Museum & Crafts Center – Exhibition announcements, 1970-1992

Series 39: Auction Catalogs - 1972-1995

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
146/001 Allard, Col. Doug, 1989
146/002 Allard, Col. Doug, 1992
146/003 Allard, Col. Doug, 1993
146/004 Allard, Col. Doug, 1994
146/005 Anderson & Associates, 1992
146/006 Antique Paper Guild, 1993
146/007 Aplan, James O., 1991
146/008 Aplan, James O., 1993
146/009 Butterfield’s, 1981
146/010 Butterfield’s, 1982
146/011 Butterfield’s, 1983
146/012 Butterfield’s, 1984
146/013 Butterfield’s, 1985
146/014 Butterfield’s, 1986
146/015 Butterfield’s, 1987
147/001 Butterfield’s, 1988
147/002 Butterfield’s, 1989
147/003 Butterfield’s, 1990
147/004 Channing’s, W. E., 1988
147/005 Channing’s, W. E., 1989
147/006 Channing’s, W. E., 1990
147/007 Channing’s, W. E., 1991
147/008 Channing’s, W. E., 1992
147/009 Channing’s, W. E., 1993
147/010 Channing’s, W. E., 1994
148/001 Christie’s, 1981
148/002 Christie’s, 1984
148/003 Christie’s, 1985
148/004 Christie’s, 1993
148/005 Christie’s, 1994
148/006 Cohen, Edward J., 1990
148/007 Dunning’s, 1994
148/008 El Parian de Santa Fe, n.d.
148/009 Eros, Dennis, 1989-1990
148/010 Ethnographic & American Indian Art Auction, 1991
148/011 Gottheim, Larry, 1988
148/012 Gottheim, Larry, 1989
148/013 Gottheim, Larry, 1991
149/001 Gottheim, Larry, 1992
149/002 Gottheim, Larry, 1993
149/003 Gottheim, Larry, 1994
149/004 Guarino, C. E., Americana Arts Auction, 1983-1991
149/005 Guarino, C. E., Americana Arts Auction, 1992-1994
149/006 Henry, Willis, 1993
149/007 Kauffman, 1992
149/008 MacManus, George S., 1991
149/009 Munn, R. G., 1990
149/010 Munn, R. G., 1991
149/011 Munn, R. G., 1992
149/012 Munn, R. G., 1993
150/001 Munn, R. G., 1994
150/002 Oestreicher, Pam & Dick, 1994
150/003 Oklahoma Indian Trader, n.d.
150/004 Red Earth, 1991
150/005 Red Earth, 1992 & 1994
150/006 Roten, Ferdinand, 1969
150/007 Skinner, 1990-1993
150/008 Skinner, 1983-1989
150/009 Skinner, “On the Block,” 1983-1994
150/010 Skinner, 1981
150/011 Skinner, 1982
151/001 Skinner, 1983
151/002 Skinner, 1984
151/003 Skinner, 1985
151/004 Skinner, 1986
151/005 Skinner, 1987
151/006 Skinner, 1988
151/007 Skinner, 1989
151/008 Skinner, 1990
151/009 Skinner, 1991
151/010 Skinner, 1992
151/011 Skinner, 1993
151/012 Skinner, 1994
151/013 Skinner, 1995
151/014 Smith, Andrew, 1980
152/001 Sotheby’s, 1987-1993; Auction house publications
152/002 Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1972
152/003 Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1973
152/004 Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1975
152/005 Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1976
152/006 Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1977
152/007 Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1978
152/008 Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1979
152/009 Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1980
153/001 Sotheby’s, 1980
153/002-003 Sotheby’s, 1981
153/004 Sotheby’s, 1982
153/005 Sotheby’s, 1983
153/006 Sotheby’s, 1984
154/001 Sotheby’s, 1985
154/002 Sotheby’s, 1986
154/003 Sotheby’s, 1987
154/004 Sotheby’s, 1988
154/005 Sotheby’s, 1989
154/006 Sotheby’s, 1990
155/001 Sotheby’s, 1990
155/002 Sotheby’s, 1991
155/003 Sotheby’s, 1992
155/004 Sotheby’s, 1993
155/005 Sotheby’s, 1994
155/006 Sotheby’s, 1995
156/001 Tamarind Institute – Announcements & Price Lists, 1977-1993
156/002 Auctions – Stereoptics, 1989-1994
156/003 Three-Dimensional Imagery, 1991-1993
156/004 Miscellaneous Catalogs & sales results, 1991-1992

Series 40: Photocopied Books - 1934-1992

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
120/005 Alsberg, Henry G., “America Fights the Depression: A Photographic Record of the Civil Works Administration,” 1934
120/006 Bantens, Robert James, “Eugene Carriere: His Work and His Influence,” 1983
120/007 Birney, Hoffman, “Ay-Chee, Son of the Desert,” 1935
120/008 Briggs, Marion Ferguson, “The Battle of the Little Bighorn,” 1976
120/009 Burns, Louis F., “Osage Indian Customs and Myths,” 1984
121/001 Burton, Frederick R., “American Primitive Music with especial Attention to the Songs of the Ojibways,” 1909
120/010 Clark, Ann Nolan, “Blue Canyon Horse,” 1954
121/002 Crain, Glenn A., “Indian Art ‘79, Contemporary Works by Native Artists,” 1979
120/011 Fletcher, Alice C., “Indian Story and Song from North America,” 1970
121/003 Fowler, Loretta, “The Arapaho,” 1989
121/004 Gernsheim, Alison, “Victorian and Edwardian Fashion: A Photographic Survey,” 1981
121/005 Goodrich, Lloyd, “Albert P. Ryder,” 1959
120/012 Griffith, James S., “Beliefs and Holy Places: A Spiritual Geography of the Pimeria Alta,” 1992
120/013 Harrison, J. B., “The Latest Studies on Indian Reservations,” 1887
121/006 Hoig, Stan, “The Cheyenne,” 1989 (2 copies)
121/007 Homer, William Innes, “Robert Henri and His Circle,” 1969
121/008 Hoover, Herbert T., “The Yankton Sioux,” 1988
121/009 Kabotie, Fred, “Designs from the Ancient Mimbrenos with a Hopi Interpretation,” 1949 (2 copies)
121/010 Lansdell, Avril, “History in Camera: Fashion a la Carte 1860-1900, a Study of Fashion through Cartes-de-visite, 1985
120/014 Linville, Leslie, “Killed by Indians: The German Family Massacre,” ca. 1985
120/015 Martin, Calvin, “Keepers of the Game: Indian-Animal Relationships and the Fur Trade,” 1978
121/011 Mayer, Daniel D., “Outward Signs of Inner Beliefs: Symbols of American Patriotism,” 1975
121/012 McCoy, Ronald, “Painted Words: R. Lee White and Plains Indian Pictography,” 1986
120/016 McCoy, Ronald, “Painted Words: R. Lee White and Plains Indian Pictography,” 1986
121/013 Oakes, Maud, “Where the Two Came to their Father: A Navaho War Ceremonial,” 1943
120/017 Philbrook Art Center, “Docent Handbook American Indian Art,” 1978
121/014 Redding, Joseph D., “Natoma: An Opera in Three Acts,” 1911
120/018 Rhodes, Geneva Linebaugh, “Moonlight and Rainbow: A Story of Navajo Indians,” 1939
120/019 Taylor, Joe F., “The Indian Campaign on the Staked Plains, 1874-1875,” 1961
121/015 Thompson, Laura, “The Hopi Way,” 1965
120/020 Tigert, Scott, “We Always had Plenty: Native Americans and the Bison,” 1989
120/021 Tsianina, “Where Trails Have Led Me,” 1968
121/016 Tubbs, Rhoda, “School Days in San Juan,” ca. 1936
120/022 Unknown, “Kiowa Voices: Myths, Legends and Folktale,” ca. 1976 (3 copies)
120/022 Unknown, “The Piasa,” ca. 1936
120/023 Vastokas, Joan M., “Sacred Art of the Algonkians: A Study of the Peterborough Petroglyphs,” 1973

Series 41: Dissertations & Theses - 1932-1991

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
055/001 Chatfield, Jennifer, “The Pentecostal Move at Sia Pueblo: Individual Deviation and Group reintegration as a result of Contact pressure,” 1948
055/002 Dorman, Margaret, “A Study of the Water-Color Paintings of Modern Pueblo Indians,” 1932
110/007 Emmerich, Lisa Elizabeth, “To Respect and love and seek the ways of white women: Field Matrons, the office of Indian Affairs, and civilzation policy, 1890-1938,” 1987
055/003 Fullington, Lynn, “The Artist’s Struggle with Tradition: An Investigation of the Significance of the Traditional Elements in the work of living contemporary Indian Artists,” 1964
055/004 Garmhausen, Winona M., “The Institute of American Indian Arts, 1962-1978: With Historical Background 1890-1962,” 1982, pp. 1-214
055/005 Garmhausen, Winona M., “The Institute of American Indian Arts, 1962-1978: With Historical Background 1890-1962,” 1982, pp. 215-403
055/006 Greene, Candace Schober, “Women, Bison, Coup:A Structural Analysis of Cheyenne Pictographic Art,” 1985
055/007 Herring, Rebecca Jane, “Failed Assimilation: Anglo Women on the Kiowa-Comanche Reservation, 1867-1906,” 1983
055/008 Hopkins, Rosemary, “Clark Mills: The First Native American Sculptor,” 1966
055/009 LaMont, Barbara Ellen Loeb, “The Schild Ledger Book: Plains Indian Drawings,” 1975
055/010 McCoy, Ronald Timothy-Arvad, “Winter Count: The Teton Chronicles to 1799,” 1983
055/011 Meadows, William Courtney, “Tonkonga: Ethnohistory of the Kiowa Black Legs Military Society,” 1991
110/008 Oestreicher, Pamela Holcomb, “On the White Man’s Road? Acculturation and the Fort Marion Southern Plains Prisoners,” 1981
055/012 Petersen, Karen Daniels, Biography of Making Medicine, “A Cheyenne Album,” n.d.
055/013 Petersen, Karen Daniels, Correspondence regarding her text and its publication, 1985-1986
055/014 Swenson, Sonja C., “Miss Amelia Elizabeth White’s Patronage of Native American Art,” 1983
055/015 Szabo, Joyce Marie, “Ledger Art in Transition: Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Drawing and Painting on the Plains, With an analysis of the Work of Howling Wolf,” 1983, pp. 1-169
055/016 Szabo, Joyce Marie, “Ledger Art in Transition: Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Drawing and Painting on the Plains, With an analysis of the Work of Howling Wolf,” 1983, pp. 170-360
055/017 Szabo, Joyce Marie, “Ledger Art in Transition: Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Drawing and Painting on the Plains, With an analysis of the Work of Howling Wolf,” 1983, pp. 361-569
120/001 Wade, Edwin Lewis, “The History of the Southwest Indian Ethnic Art Market,” 1976
120/002 Watson, Samuel Evans, “Pueblo Indian Painting at Taos and the Art of Albert Looking Elk,” 1994
120/003 Young, Gloria A., “Powwow Power: Perspectives on Historic and Contemporary Intertribalism,”1981,pp.1-203
120/004 Young, Gloria A., “Powwow Power: Perspectives on Historic and Contemporary Intertribalism,” 1981, pp. 204-427

Series 42: Papers & Reports - 1900-1986

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
122/001 Bock, Frank G., “American Indian Rock Art Volume V,” papers, 1978
122/002 Bureau of Ethnology, “Pictographs of the North American Indians,” ca. 1900
122/003 Cohodas, Marvin, “Louisa Keyser and the Cohns,” ca. 1983
122/004 Cohodas, Marvin, “Washoe Innovators and Their Patrons,” ca. 1983
122/005 Crotty, Helen K., “Masks Portrayed in Pueblo IV Kiva Murals: New Evidence for the Origins of Pueblo Ceremonialism,” ca. 1986
122/006 Dockstader, John, “A Method for the Preservation and Development of Traditional Indian Crafts Culture, 1972
122/007 Henderson, Norman B., “Indian Problem Drinking: Stereotype of Reality?,” ca. 1970
122/008 Houle, Robert J., ” Report on the Condition of the Approximately 550 Northwest Coast Indian Prints held by Canadian Ethnology Service,” 1978
122/009 Newcomb, W. W., “An Ethnographic Investigation of the Wichita Indians in the Southern Plains,” 1967
122/010 Phillips, Ruth B., “From Mide Scroll to Easel Painting: Norval Morriseau’s Early Phase,” 1987
122/011 Stark, Louisa, “Navajo Wood Carving: From Ceremonial to Secular Art, ” ca. 1983
123/001 Vogel, Virgil J., “The Indian in American History Textbooks,” ca. 1968
123/002 Vogt, Evon Z., “The Acculturation of American Indians,” abridged, ca. 1958
123/003 Warner, John Anson, “Contemporary Indian Painting in Canada: Artistic & Social Parameters,” 1980

Series 43: Proposals & Guides - 1971-1980

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
123/004 Bigman, Lorraine H., “An Annotated Guide to Selected Native American Information Resources at the Western History Collection University of Oklahoma Library,” 1980
123/005 Carnegie Public Schools, “A Descriptive Guide to Photographic Slides Prepared for Indian History Project of Carnegie Public Schools, 1971
123/006 Fowler, John, “Proposal for the Writing of one Script and the development of nine Treatments for the Series, The Indian History of the Upper Great Plains,” 1979
123/007 Saint Augustine, “Post Card Guide and History of Old Saint Augustine,” n.d.

Series 44: Art Catalogs - n.d.

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
157 Art Catalogs – see Library Catalog
158 Art Catalogs – see Library Catalog
159 Art Catalogs – see Library Catalog
160 Art Catalogs – see Library Catalog
161 Art Catalogs – see Library Catalog
162 Art Catalogs – see Library Catalog

Series 45: Booklets & Pamphlets - n.d.

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
163 Booklets, pamphlets, etc. – see Library Catalog
164 Booklets, pamphlets, etc. – see Library Catalog
165 Booklets, pamphlets, etc. – see Library Catalog
166 Booklets, pamphlets, etc. – see Library Catalog
167 Booklets, pamphlets, etc. – see Library Catalog
168 Booklets, pamphlets, etc. – see Library Catalog
169 Booklets, pamphlets, etc. – see Library Catalog
170 Booklets, pamphlets, etc. – see Library Catalog
171 Booklets, pamphlets, etc. – see Library Catalog

Series 46: Over-sized Items - n.d.

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
OS4 Art prints – Jacobson, O. B., “Les Peintres Indiens D’Amerique,” (C. Szwedzicki, 1950)
OS4 Art prints – Mopope, Stephen, (Bell Editions, 1979)
OS4 Art prints – “Modern Masterpieces of American Indian Art”: Begay, Hadley, Hauser, Nailor, Sanchez, Suina, n.d.
OS4 Art prints – “Sioux Indian Drawings: 36 Color plates, Milwaukee Public Museum,” 1961
OS1 Art Prints – Miscellaneous, n.d.
OS4 Etchings – Harper’s, Leslie’s, Puck, Collier’s, ca. 1870-1900
OS3 Kitsch, Indian – Calendars, publications, prints, posters, and programs, 1907-1985
OS1 Ledger Drawings – Black, D. B., Mrs., 1890-95
OS1 Ledger Drawings – Summit Springs, 1869
OS2 Photographs – Beaver, Fred, ca. 1950s
OS4 Photos – Chief Red Bird & Woody Crumbo Mural sketch (1939)
OS4 Photos – Mural, n.d.
OS4 Photos – “Kio historical date Shield Valuable history data James Auchiah,” n.d. [1921]
OS1 Portfolio & text (Photocopied) – “Sioux Indian Painting…Amos Bad Heart Buffalo” (Nice: C. Szwedzicki, 1938)
OS2 Portfolio & text – Momaday, N. Scott, “A Gathering of Shields,” n.d.
OS2 Portfolio & text – “Blue Eagle”, n.d.
OS2 Portfolio & text – “Five Kiowa Paintings from…The Thomas Gilcrease Institute…,” [1929]
OS2 Portfolio & text – “Kiowa Indian Art Water Color Paintings…Indians of Oklahoma,” (Santa Fe: Bell Editions
OS2 Portfolio & text – “Kiowa Indian Art Water Color Paintings …Indians of Oklahoma,” (photocopy of text only, 1979)
OS2 Portfolio & text – “Pueblo Indian Art 50 Reproductions…San Ildefonso & Sia,” (Santa Fe: Bell Editions, 1979)
OS1 Portfolio & text – “Where the Two Came to Their Father,” 1943 ed. With 18 plates
OS1 Portfolio & text – “Where the Two Came to Their Father,” 1969 ed.
OS1 Portfolio – Jacobson, O. B. “Les Peintres Indiens D’Amerique,” Vols. I & II, (Nice, France: C. Szwedzicki, 1950)
OS4 Posters – Tiger, Jerome, ca. 1964
OS1 Scrapbooks – Beaver, Fred, Awards & participant ribbons, 1949-1975
OS2 Scrapbooks – Beaver, Fred, Clippings & letters (inc. From Garry Moore, Jeff Chandler, Jack Paar),1937-1963
OS1 Scrapbooks – Beaver, Fred, Letters & clippings, 1941-1968

Series 47: Photographic Materials - 1864-1994

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
Artists (General), 1886-1994
117/001 Amiotte, Arthur Douglas, 1986-1988 [2]
117/002 Anderson, Ron, 1984-1994; Correspondence [17]
117/003 Atencio, Gilbert Benjamin (Wah Peen), 1944-1978 [3]
117/004 Awa Tsireh (Alfonso Roybal), 1925-1986 [7]
118/053 Beatien Yazz, 1947-1991 [2]
117/006 Beaver, Fred, n.d. [136]
117/007 Begay, Harrison, 1967-1986 [4]
119/007 Big Bear, Frank, Jr., 1975-1994 [38]
117/008 Big Bow, Woody, 1949-1990 [2]
117/009 Biss, Earl, Jr., 1972-1980 [10]
117/010 Blackowl, Archie, 1946-1992 [10]
117/011 Bosin, Blackbear (Tsate Kongia), 1956-1994 [11]
117/012 Bradley, David (David Paul Bradley), 1981-1994 [1]
117/013 Bushyhead, Allan, 1947-1983 [1]
117/014 Cannon, T. C., 1972-1993 [7]
117/016 Chavez, Manuel (Bob), 1976 [1]
117/017 Chee, Robert, 1977-1986 [6]
117/018 Cohoe, Grey, 1982-1994 [4]
117/019 Creepingbear, Mirac, 1980-1993 [2]
117/020 Crumbo, Woodrow Wilson (Woody), Larry Roviello, 1981-1982 [17]
117/021 Crumbo, Woodrow Wilson (Woody), 1936-1992 [11]
117/023 Davis, Jesse Edwin, II, 1977 [2]
117/025 Denetsosie, Hoke, 1983 [3]
117/026 DesJarlait, Patrick R., 1969-1983 [6]
117/027 Dick, Cecil, n.d. [2]
117/024 Dietz, Angel Decora, 1970 [1]
117/028 Dishta, Duane, 1977 [5]
117/030 Eckiwaudah, Tennyson, 1983-1988 [1]
117/031 Fonseca, Harry, 1975-1985 [6]
117/033 Garcia, Ernest P., 1964 [2]
117/035 Goodbear, Paul J., 1961-1971 [4]
117/036 Gritts, Franklin, 1941-1951 [1]
117/038 Hadley, Wade, 1950 [1]
117/039 Haney, Enoch Kelly, 1976-1992 [2]
117/040 Haozous, Robert, 1983-1994 [15]
117/041 Hardin, Helen, 1977-1992 [1]
118/031 Hawk, Jonny (Johnson Lee Scott), 1967-1976 [1]
117/042 Herrera, Joe, 1952-1989 [4]
117/043 Herrera, Justino, 1981-1983 [2]
117/044 Herrera, Velino Shije, 1922-1993 [10]
117/045 Hill, Joan, 1966-1994 [1]
117/046 Hood, Rance, 1967-1991 [3]
117/047 Houser, Allan C., Exhibitions, 1976-1994 [8]
117/048 Howe, Oscar, 1947-1983 [7]
117/050 Joshua, Lee Roy & Edmond, Jr., 1975-1981 [1]
117/052 Kabotie, Fred, 1922-1990 [9]
117/054 Learned, John, 1973-1975 [2]
117/055 Lomayesva, Louis, n.d. [2]
117/034 Lucero-Giaccardo, Felice, 1980-1983 [11]
117/056 Lushanya (Tessie Mobley-Vinay), 1964 [2]
118/002 Martinez, Crescencio, 1918-1994 [5]
118/003 Martinez, John D., n.d. [8]
118/004 Martinez, Julian, 1933-1985 [4]
118/005 Martinez, Richard, 1933 [2]
118/006 Medina, Rafael, 1971-1991 [18]
118/007 Mirabel, Ernest, 1984 [1]
117/005 Miscellaneous B (Artists), 1975-1993 [3]
117/022 Miscellaneous D (Artists), 1970-1993 [2]
117/032 Miscellaneous G (Artists), 1973-1994 [2]
117/037 Miscellaneous H (Artists), 1975-1993 [1]
117/049 Miscellaneous J (Artists), 1973-1989 [9]
117/051 Miscellaneous K (Artists), 1980-1991 [3]
117/053 Miscellaneous L (Artists), 1966-1993 [2]
118/001 Miscellaneous M (Artists), 1936-1994 [18]
118/013 Miscellaneous N (Artists), 1979-1980 [5]
118/020 Miscellaneous P (Artists), 1970-1993 [1]
118/038 Miscellaneous T (Artists), 1971-1994 [2]
118/008 Momaday, Al, 1970-1982 [5]
118/009 Mootzka, Waldo, 1934-1978 [21]
118/010 Moquino, Ignacio, 1940 [1]
118/011 Moses, James Kivetoruk, 1964-1976 [3]
118/012 Murdock, Cecil, n.d. [1]
118/014 Naha, Raymond, n.d. [6]
118/015 Naiche, 1915-1986; Correspondence with Angie Debo [1]
118/016 Nailor, Gerald, 1938-1988 [4]
118/017 Nevaquaya, Doc Tate, 1969-1990 [3]
118/018 Odjig, Daphne, 1977-1981 [1]
118/019 Oqwa Pi (Abel Sanchez), 1931-1993 [1]
118/028 Peiper-Reigraf Gallery (Dorothee S. Peiper-Riegraf), 1986-1993 [3]
118/021 Pena, Jose Encarnacion, 1969-1983 [4]
118/022 Pena, Tonita, 1933-1987 [11]
118/023 Po Ye Ge, 1984 [2]
117/015 Pop Chalee, 1937-1994 [3]
118/024 Pudlat, Aoudla, 1980-1981 [7]
118/025 Quintana, Ben, 1940-1978 [4]
118/026 Red Star, Kevin & Southwest Graphics Gallery & Workshop, 1979-1993 [2]
119/008 Red Star, Kevin, Letters & Galleries literature, 1976-1993 [13]
118/027 Riddles, Leonard (Black Moon), 1963-1990 [5]
118/029 Roybal, Jose D., 1972-1984 [2]
118/030 Scholder, Fritz William, 1972-1983 [4]
118/032 Seabourn, Bert, 1975-1994 [3]
118/033 Smith, Ernest, 1938-1978 [2]
118/034 Spybuck, Ernest, 1937-1987 [2]
118/035 Stone, Willard, 1941-1990 [1]
118/036 Suina, Theodore, 1991 [3]
118/037 Sweezy, Carl, 1950-1986 [5]
118/039 Tahoma, Quincy, 1943-1994 [29]
118/040 Thomas, Roy, 1977-1978 [1]
118/041 Toledo, Jose Rey, 1964-1994 [3]
118/042 Tsatoke, Lee Monette, 1956-1994 [10]
118/043 Tsinajinnie, Andrew Van, 1940-1985 [2]
118/044 Tuvahoema, Kyrate, 1931 [6]
117/029 Two-Arrows, Tom (Tom Dorsey), 1942-1956 [2]
118/045 Vann, Donald, 1974-1985 [1]
118/046 Velarde, Pablita, 1938-1990 [7]
118/047 Vigil, Frank Paul, 1986 [1]
118/048 Vigil, Paul, 1984 [1]
118/049 Vigil, Romando, 1931-1984 [6]
119/017 Vigil, Romando, Transparency, n.d. [1]
118/050 Vigil, Tim, 1976-1977 [2]
118/051 West, Dick, 1939-1990 [1]
118/052 Whitehorse, Roland N., 1947-1971 [1]
Fred Beaver, 1937-1993
119/006 Photos, Beaver, Fred – Photographs, n.d. [48]
Acee Blue Eagle, 1933-1990
119/004 Photos, Blue Eagle, Acee – Photographs, 1941-1959 [146]
119/005 Photos, Blue Eagle, Acee – Reproductions, 1941-1988 [26]
Silver Horn, 1897-1992
115/009 Cost, Steven, Correspondence, 1988-1989 [14]
115/004 Drawings, Miscellaneous Research, 1899-1985 [2]
115/001 Kansas City Public Library, Correspondence, 1977 [10]
115/003 Kiowa, 1897-1989; Saynday; Photocopies of Sketchbook paintings [56]
115/002 Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and others, Correspondence, 1973-1990 [6]
115/008 New Orleans Museum of Art & Fine Arts Center Correspondence, 1984 [26]
115/005 Oklahoma Historical Society, Correspondence, 1968-1974 [27]
115/006 Philbrook Art Center Correspondence, 1979-1988 [1]
115/001A Photographs of, [1992] [6]
115/007 Witte Memorial Museum Correspondence, 1977-1985 [4]
Jerome Tiger, 1965-1994
119/009 Photos, Tiger, Jerome – Letters & Clippings, 1967-1974 [28]
119/010 Photos, Tiger, Jerome – Writings about, Clippings, 1967-1992 [9]
114/015 Tiger, Jerome, 1967-1971 [2]
114/016 Tiger, Jerome, Photographs, 1976 [21]
Wa Wa Chaw (Nunez, Bonita Wa Wa Calachaw), 1898-1994
118/055 Montezuma, Carlos, 1909-1983; Drawer 2 [5]
118/057 National Museum of American Art, 1988-1990; Drawer 2 [6]
118/054 Reproductions of Works, n.d.; Drawer 2 [1]
118/056 Snapshots & negatives, 1922-1983; Drawer 2 [24]
Kiowa, 1864-1994
111/005 Anita Howard Exhibition, 1931 [5]
111/002 Calendars, 1935-1971; Notes & manuscripts [19]
111/001 Dohasan Tipi (Tohausen Tipi), 1963-1969; Fort Sill, Sidney Petersen [7]
111/006 Gilcrease Paintings, 1955-1989 [6]
111/008 Ginsburgh & Swett, “The Kiowa Peyote Ritual,” 1923 [3]
111/003 Indian Arts & Crafts, Attitudes toward, 1916-1947 [1]
111/012 Murals, Bacone College, 1977 [14]
111/014 Murals, Hokeah (Jack) and Hogan Murals, n.d. [17]
111/011 Murals, Mopope (Stephen) and Anadarko, 1936-1994 [11]
111/010 Murals, Santa Fe Indian School, 1933-1988 [71]
111/015 Murals, Southwestern Oklahoma State University: Stephen Mopope, 1972-1989 [18]
111/004 Paintings Misc., 1930-1989; University of Oklahoma Museum of Art [7]
111/009 Peyote, 1954-1983; Clippings, articles, letters [6]
111/013 Sheppard, Yolande J. (Mrs. J. Craig Sheppard), Correspondence, 1973-1989 [8]
111/007 Southern Plains Indian Museum, 1989 [13]
Kiowa, Interviews & Contacts, 1921-1989
111/016 Hrdy, Olinka, 1932-1982 [6]
111/017 Jacobson, Oscar B., 1927-1973 [3]
111/018 McKenzie, Parker, 1974-1983 [1]
111/019 Mopope Santos, LaQuinta, 1974 [2]
111/020 Pauahty, Linn, 1956 [1]
111/021 Sunrise, Riley B. (Quoyavema), 1934-1979 [1]
Kiowa, Photos (Photocopied), 1875-1989
111/035 Asah, Spencer, 1984-1986 [15]
112/001 Auchiah, James, 1966-1986 [28]
112/002 Fort Sill, [1960] [11]
111/028 Gallup Ceremonial, 1937-1938 [4]
111/034 Hokeah, Jack, 1900-1944 [20]
112/009 Indian Club, University of Oklahoma, ca.1930 [1]
111/026 Kiowa 5 (Groups), n.d. [28]
111/033 Kiowa 5, 1923-1985 [3]
112/003 Kiowa 5, 1927-1989 [38]
111/024 Kiowa 5, 1928-1989 [18]
111/023 Kiowa 5 at University of Oklahoma, 1928-1989 [18]
112/005 Kiowa 5 in Dress, 1930-1989 [13]
112/006 Kiowa 5, Miscellaneous, n.d. [6]
112/004 Kiowa 5, n.d. [16]
111/029 Kiowa 5 Paintings, 1928-1986 [29]
111/032 Misc., 1901-1946 [16]
111/027 Misc. Photos, 1875-1989 [7]
112/007 Mopope, Stephen, n.d. [17]
111/030 Mullarky Photo, n.d. [2]
112/008 Negatives, n.d. [37]
111/025 Smoky, Lois (Lois Smoky Kaulaity), n.d. [10]
111/022 St. Patrick’s Mission, 1909-1930 [7]
111/031 Tsatoke, Monroe, n.d. [14]
Kiowa 5, 1901-1992
114/032 Asah, Spencer, Biographical, 1929-1970 [2]
114/033 Asah, Spencer, Ida Atocknie Asah Interview Transcript, 1937-1989 [4]
114/030 Auchiah, James & Satanta, 1941-1976 [7]
114/029 Auchiah, James, 1934-1980; Correspondence with Silberman (1971-74) [1]
114/028 Auchiah, James, 1946-1971; Letters to Auchiah, Quetone Resolution [1]
114/043 Conservation, 1985-1989 [3]
114/044 Early Kiowa Art, n.d. [6]
114/038 Early Kiowa Artists, Lenders, 1989 [1]
114/040 Early Kiowa Artists, Painting Selection, n.d. [44]
114/039 Early Kiowa Artists, John Gamble correspondence, 1988-1989
114/031 Hokeah, Jack, Paintings, 1931-1988 [11]
119/003 Kiowa 5, Scrapbook pages with photos, n.d. [100]
119/014 Kiowa Men in Dance Regalia, 96.017.181A – E [6]
114/037 Miscellaneous Photocopies and clippings, 1987 [2]
114/035 Mopope, Stephen, Biographical, 1934-1987; Letters to Silberman, 1972 [9]
114/036 Morgan, Vanessa Paukeigope, a.k.a. Nesha, 1982-1993 [2]
114/041 Painting Research, 1980 [1]
114/045 Paintings, Polaroids, n.d. [13]
114/042 Selection: The Legacy, 1987 [1]
114/034 Tsatoke, Monroe, Biographical, 1926-1992; Hunting Horse biography [2]
Subject Files (A-W), 1874-1994
112/010 Artmobile, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1967 [4]
112/012 Buffalo Gallery, 1990-1993 [3]
112/011 Burgan, Scott, 1987-1992 [2]
112/013 Butterfield & Butterfield [Auctioneers & Appraisers], 1984-1991 [8]
112/014 Channing, William E., 1988-1992 [3]
112/015 Davis, Alice B., 1976 [3]
112/016 Donations, IRS Forms, 1985-1987 [2]
112/017 Exhibits, Christian images, 1926-1982 [4]
112/018 Exhibits, Silberman’s “American Indian Painting…,” 1967-1976 [2]
112/019 Feder, Norman, 1984 [1]
112/020 Galerie Pueblo, 1981-1982 [2]
112/022 Hopi, 1944-1981 [1]
112/021 Tulman-Hancock, Eleanor, 1983 [1]
112/024 Indian Art, Zuni Pueblo, 1899-1902 [2]
112/025 Indian Art, Sandpainting, 1975-1981 [4]
112/026 Indian Art, Sculpture, 1982-1989 [8]
112/027 Indian Art, Shields, n.d. [1]
112/028 Indian Art, Apache Playing Cards, 1973-1974 [1]
112/029 Indian Art, Baskets, 1979-1987 [2]
112/030 Indian Art, Cradleboard, 1988 [1]
112/031 Indian Art, Dress (Clothing), 1971-1989 [2]
112/032 Indian Art, Textiles (Navajo), 1978-1988 [5]
112/033 Indian Art, Religious Painting (Hopi), 1981-1988 [27]
112/034 Indian Murals, Department of Interior, 1937-1991 [23]
112/023 Indian Murals, Fort Sill Indian School, 1974 [1]
113/001 Indian Murals, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, 1988 [5]
113/002 Indian Murals, Oklahoma City (Federal), n.d. [2]
113/003 Indian Murals, Watonga, OK, 1941-1988; Edith Mahier, Post Office [4]
113/004 Indian Schools, Bacone College; 1921-1992; Bulletin, 1921-22 [7]
113/005 Indian Tree, The, 1981-1983; Martha Lanman Cusick [6]
113/006 Kennedy, David, 1991; Dad’s Mall & Trading Post [23]
119/001 Medicine Wheel Gallery, 1985 [4]
113/013 Miscellaneous N – 1964-1994; Leaflets, brochures [16]
113/016 Miscellaneous P – 1981-1994 [6]
113/007 Museums, Fruitlands Museums, 1987 [2]
113/009 Museums, Mesa Verde National Park, 1986-1989 [1]
113/008 Museums, National Museum of American Art, 1990 [1]
113/010 Museums, Philbrook, “What is Native American Art?,” 1986-1987 [3]
113/011 Museums, Stark Museum of Art, 1980-1984 [7]
113/012 Museums, Washington State Historical Society, 1981-1982 [7]
113/014 Nebraska ETV Network, 1990-1993 [2]
113/015 Ninepipes Traditional Indian Art, 1984 [29]
113/017 Pickard, Ben (Pickard Art Galleries), 1993 [2]
113/019 Rock Art, Claremore College, OK, 1979-1984 [1]
113/018 Rock Art, General, 1933-1983 [18]
113/020 Rugs, n.d. [15]
113/021 Scouts, Indian (Fort Sill), 1891-1958; Sri-Ton-Kee [3]
113/022 Scouts, Indian (General), 1989-1993 [16]
113/023 Smithsonian Institution Press, 1989-1990 [7]
113/024 Strickland, Rennard, 1972 [1]
113/025 Tableta, n.d. [1]
113/026 Tennessee Humanities Council, 1985-1986 [1]
113/027 Trotter, Ray, 1993 [4]
Archives, 1889-1989
114/011 Archival Research, 1889-1989 [8]
114/012 National Archives, Research, 1984 [4]
Art History, 1929-1993
114/019 DeHuff, Elizabeth W., 1929-1986; Interview transcript, letters [21]
Beyond the Prison Gates, 1875-1994
114/002 Buffalo Meat, Descendents of, 1992 [3]
114/003 Calendar, 1970-1993 [3]
114/004 Jones, Lawrence T., 1987-1992 [1]
114/005 Making Medicine (O-Kuh-Ha-Tuh), 1989-1993 [40]
114/006 Public Relations (Press Releases), 1990-1994 [12]
114/007 Shields (Morgan, Vanessa Paukeigope), 1992-1993 [4]
114/009 Shields, 1992 [1]
114/008 Stereoscopes, 1985-1992 [2]
114/010 Stereoviews, 1983-1994 [1]
Fort Marion, 1875-1993
119/016 Artists/Prisoners, Portrait & group shots, n.d.; negatives only [47]
115/014 Bear’s Heart, James, Drawings, 1982 [13]
115/015 Bear’s Heart, James, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, n.d. [1]
115/017 Buffalo Meat/Price Current, Beinecke Library, n.d. [1]
115/016 Buffalo Meat/Buzzard, Oklahoma Historical Society, n.d. [3]
115/018 Buffalo Meat, Amon Carter Museum, 1974-1992 [10]
115/036 Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Photos (photocopied), n.d. [11]
115/040 Castillo de San Marcos (U.S.Park Service), 1978-1986 [4]
115/038 Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Ledger Drawings, 1989 [1]
119/020 Catalog negatives, 1993; Prisoners, Guards, & Chiefs [10]
115/013 Etahdleuh & Bear’s Heart, Drawings, Beinecke Library (Yale), 1982 [21]
115/020 Etahdleuh, Drawings, 1983-1985 [12]
115/021 Etahdleuh, Pictographic Letter, 1983-1989 [3]
115/019 Hampton, Unidentified Ceramic, n.d. [1]
115/023 Howling Wolf, New York State Museum- Peter T. Furst, 1982 [12]
115/022 Howling Wolf, Inter Alia, Jim Phillips (Gutherie Ledger Book), 1980 [2]
115/042 Little Chief, Museum of the American Indian, n.d. [2]
115/011A Making Medicine (David Pendleton Oakerhater), n.d. [10]
115/025 Making Medicine, Smithsonian Institution, 1986 [7]
115/026 Making Medicine, Silberman Ledger book Authentication, 1989-1990 [14]
115/011 Making Medicine (David Pendleton Oakerhater), Bio, 1978-1992 [41]
115/010 Making Medicine (David Pendleton Oakerhater), 1913-1984 [2]
115/031 Making Medicine: Art of Fort Marion,Traveling Exhibit, Kiowa Rations, 1985 [2]
115/032 Mills, Clark and National Building Museum, 1879-1989 [7]
115/037 Photographs, 1884-1984 [5]
115/035 Pratt, Richard Henry, Photos (Photocopied), 1992 [5]
115/041 Prisoners Lists, 1875-1986 [46]
115/043 Prisoners’ Ceramics, n.d. [11]
115/012 Squint Eyes (Tichkematse), Bio, 1881 [3]
115/033 St. Augustine Historical Society, 1977-1992 [2]
115/039 Stereo Cards, Dealers & Collectors, 1985-1996 [3]
115/039A Stereo Cards, Photographs and copy negatives of, [1992] [34]
119/012 Stereographs & images, 1969-1993 [49]
115/044 White Buffalo, n.d. [2]
115/024 Wild Horse (Koba), Smithsonian Institution, 1986-1992 [10]
115/027 Wohaw (Wolf Robe), Smithsonian Institution, 1969 [1]
115/045 Zonekeuh, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, n.d. [1]
115/028 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Correspondence about, 1967-1986 [50]
115/034 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Photos (Photocopied), Smithsonian, 1985 [2]
115/030 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Paloheimo, n.d. [9]
115/029 Zotom, Paul Caryl, Museum of the American Indian, n.d. [1]
Charles Robinson Hume, 1886-1995
114/024 Dale Papers, Letters b/w Dale and Edie, Gage, C. Ross Hume, 1924-1943 [2]
114/025 Hume, Annette & Charles, Miscellaneous, 1914-1980s [2]
Ledger Drawing Photos
116/001 Buffalo Meat & Ellerhausen, 1991-93 [7]
116/002 Cheyenne, Arapaho, Caddo, 1987-89 [124]
116/005 Comanches at Fort Marion, n.d. [5]
116/003 Fort Marion, 1988 [19]
116/009 Fort Marion Identifications, 1875-1984 [6]
116/004 Kiowa at Fort Marion, 1963-1991 [95]
Ledger Drawing Photos (Photocopied), 1875-1993
116/010 Ledger drawings, n.d. [16]
116/007 Miscellaneous, n.d. [7]
116/006 Mixed Groups at Fort Marion, 1876 [40]
116/008 Romero, Rafael, 1992-1993 [5]
Ledger Drawings, 1885-1994
116/013 Black Hawk, Medford Oregon Goodwill Industries, 1993-1994 [1]
116/020 Channing (W.E.) & Co., Unknown, 1993 [49]
116/023 Channing, William E., 1981-1984 [2]
116/026 Cheyenne, Ashton Gallery, n.d. [7]
116/014 Douglas, Frederick H. & Medicine Wheel Gallery, 1979-89 [5]
116/021 Hide Painting, Crop-Eared Wolf, 1981 [1]
116/022 Hide Paintings, Peabody Museum, n.d. [4]
116/017 Hide Paintings, Miscellaneous, 1978-1982 [10]
116/015 Hide Paintings, Kenneth Canfield Gallery, 1984 [1]
116/011 Morning Star Gallery, 1986-1987 [15]
116/018 Musee de l’Homme, 1981-1990 [4]
116/025 Muslin at Nelson-Atkins, n.d. [3]
116/016 Muslin, Lee Cohen (Gallery 10), 1983-1986 [3]
116/024 Ponca City Correspondence, 1893-1976 [1]
119/013 Summit Springs, Dog Soldier Sketchbook, 1992-1993 [6]
116/019 Wannapin, George, 1992-1993 [2]
116/012 Yellow Hawk, 1966 [2]
New Deal Art, 1933-1994
114/023 W.P.A. Posters, Golden Gate Indian Court, 1986-1987 [5]
Photography, 1955-1990
114/026 Governor’s Gallery, Legacy: Prints…by Oklahoma Indian Artists, 1987 [5]
114/027 Miscellaneous, 1979-1988 [15]
Photos (Photocopied), 1890-1994
113/032 Auchiah, James (Decendant of Satanta), 1949-1972 [16]
113/029 Craterville Park, Daughter of Dawn, 1926-1989 [8]
113/035 Estes, Linton H., Jr., 1939-1989 [8]
113/030 Kiowa, 1892-1994 [10]
113/031 Kiowa, 1905-1989 [13]
113/033 Kiowa photos from Scott Bergen, 1890-1987 [7]
113/039 Making Medicine, 1875-1878 [3]
113/037 Mooney, James & Tipi Designs, 1986 [16]
113/040 Nailor, Gerald, Negatives & Photos, n.d. [3]
113/041 National Museum of American Art, n.d. [5]
113/028 Painters (Miscellaneous), 1934-1937 [2]
113/038 Paintings (Hide and Tipi), n.d. [5]
113/042 Paintings, n.d. [27]
114/001 Paintings, Separations & prints, n.d. [75]
113/036 Philbrook Art Center, n.d. [3]
119/002 Photos & Transparencies for “100 Years…” Exhibit, 1978 [76]
113/034 Saint Augustine Historical Society, n.d. [1]
Watonga Mural, 1902-1994
114/013 Photos (Photocopied), postcards, 1941-1984 [41]
Miscellaneous, 1888-1994
119/011 Photos, Research in Progress, 1987-1994 [9]
145/003 Photos, Native American Portraits – Albumen prints mounted on cardstock, late 19th century [13]
145/001 Photos, Native American Portraits – Albumen prints mounted on cardstock, late 19th century [15]
145/002 Photos, Native American Portraits – Albumen prints mounted on cardstock, late 19th century [16]
145/005 Photos, Native American Portraits – Panoramic print of Indian Group including Quanah Parker, ca. 1988 [1]
Miscellaneous Articles, 1922-1994
114/017 Burbank, E. A., “Burbank Among the Indians,” 1944 [1]
Miscellaneous Exhibits, 1946-1993
114/018 Non-Indian, 1966-1980 [2]
114/014 Smyth, Ed, Correspondence, 1965-1976 [2]
114/015 Tiger, Jerome, 1967-1971 [2]
114/016 Tiger, Jerome, Photographs, 1976 [21]
Biographical, 1942-1994
114/022 Silberman, 1942-1991; includes letters from Arthur & Marcel to Mother [11]
114/020 Silberman, Arthur, Governor’s Arts Awards, 1988-1989 [6]
114/021 Silberman Collection, 1978-1987 [12]