|The Silberman Collection documents Native American art, especially the Kiowa Five artists, including photocopied records, letters, correspondence, clippings, manuscripts, photographs, research notes, and other materials. Below are just a few of the photographs in the collection. Please also view the Guide to the Arthur & Shifra Silberman Native American Art Collection.|
Prisoners of war soon after their arrival at Fort Marion, ca. 1875.
Indians at Fort Marion, ca. 1875.
Group of Indians at For Marion, Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine, Florida, ca. 1875.
Silver Horn, ca. 1930.
Squint Eyes, ca. 1880.
Kiowa 5 and Oscar Jacobson, ca. 1928; L-R: Monroe Tsatoke, Jack Hokeah, Stephen Mopope, Jacobson, Spencer Asah & James Auchiah.
Monroe Tsatoke, ca. 1928.
Spencer Asah, ca. 1940.
James Auchiah, ca. 1928.
Stephen Mopope, ca. 1928.
Susie Peters, Jack Hokeah and Sister Mary Olevia, ca. 1928.
Lois Smoky, ca. 1907.
Lois Smoky, ca. 1930.
Making Medicine (David Pendleon Oakerhater), at left, ca. 1890.
Wa Wa Chaw (Bonita Wa Wa Calachaw Nunez) with husband, ca. 1920.
Acee Blue Eagle, ca. 1950.
Fred Beaver, ca. 1965.
Jerome Tiger & Arthur Silberman, ca. 1965.