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PH036_4345
Photo NumberPH036_4345
Title on ObjectPope Leo White Bull, Cayuse Tribe
Title on EnvelopePope Leo White Bull, Umatilla Indian boy, in costume
Descriptive UO TitlePope Leo White Bull, Umatilla Indian boy, in costume.
TCI Title
General NotesA Native American boy, identified as Pope Leo White Bull of the Cayuse tribe and the Umatilla tribe, stands on a blanket in front of a backdrop. He wears Native American clothing or costume, including a headdress or hat, a bead and hairbone bandoleer, a cloth shirt, a breechcloth with a geometric motif, a shirt, leggings, and moccasins. On the blanket at the boy's feet are eagle feathers and an object that is possibly a fan.
TCI NotesAn outside photograph of a young boy who has been identified by the photographer as Leo Whitebull. He is wearing wool leggings, cloth shirt, hairbone bandoleer, and a stovepipe bonnet. In front and to the right of the young boy is a single eagle feather on the blanket that he is standing on. On the left side of the boy is a round paper fan leaning on the blanket backdrop, which is tacked up on a wooden fence. Writing on the photograph that is above the paper fan is "Pope Leo Whitebull Cayuse Tribe Maj. Moorhouse."
TCI TermsBoy
Bonnet, Stove Pipe
Necklace, Loop
Bandoleer, Hairbone
Shirt, Cloth
Legging, Wool
Fan
Feather, Eagle
Blanket, Wool
Blanket, Back Drop
Fence, Wooden
Rock


TCI ClassesOutside Photograph; Children; Regalia; Moorhouse Props;
SubjectIndians of North America
Cayuse Indians
Umatilla Indians
Boys
Clothing and dress
Jewelry
Necklaces
Bandoleer, Hairbone
Hats
Moccasins
Leggings
Blankets
Feathers
Breechcloths
Headdresses
Indian beadwork


NamesPope Leo White Bull
PhotographerMoorhouse, Lee
Date in Photo1897 - 1920
RightsThis image is in the public domain. Acknowledgement of the University of Oregon Libraries as a source is requested.
RepositoryUniversity of Oregon Libraries - Special Collections and University Archives

Collection TitleMoorhouse Collection
Source FormatGlass-plate negative
Source Dimensions8.04 X 9.92 inches
Source Conditionscratching
discoloration
TypeImage
Sub TypeStudio Portrait


Image (File) Size233,678 bytes
Image Width705 pixels
Image Height875 pixels
Color Space24 bit - RGB - sRGB IEC61966-2.1
Capture MethodScanned in transmissive mode with Silverfast AI 6.0 on UMAX PowerLook III flatbed scanner. Levels adjusted from 0 - 1.00 - 255 to 11 - 1.00 - 162 prior to capture.
Resolution125 dpi
Processing HistoryScanned images enter Photoshop with negative polarity and have a reversed orientation. Archived Tiffs are saved. Adobe Photoshop used to reorient and crop images, invert image to positive polarity, set and neutralize shadow and highlight point, adjust midtone contrast, and desaturate color information. Second production tiff saved, retaining adjustments layers. Photoshop used to convert color profie from Adobe 1998, to sRGB, set resoltuion to 125 dpi and resize the largest pixel dimension of the image to 875. Display jpeg saved after resizing.
Additional Formats Held by UOArchived tiff -- PH036_4345.tif -- 24 bit, Adobe RGB (1998) -- 4824 X 5986 pixels -- 600 dpi -- 86,651,024 bytes //

Production tiff -- PH036_4345rb.tif -- 24 bit, Adobe RGB (1998) -- 4824 X 5986 pixels -- 600 dpi -- 168,874,252 bytes //
PublisherJoint Project of the University of Oregon Libraries and the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla
Digital CollectionUniversity of Oregon. Libraries. Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes.
Contributing InstitutionUniversity of Oregon Libraries
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