A black and white half-length studio portrait of a Native American man identified as "Fish Hawk". He gazes off to the left of the photograph, his shoulder-length dark hair swept back from his face in loose waves. He has a geometrically-patterned wool blanket wrapped around his arms and torso; his chest is bare and he wears no visible ornaments.
An exterior photograph of a man wrapped in a blanket. The inscription on the front of the photograph reads ""Fish Hawk"" Lee Moorhouse, and in the left hand lower corner are the numbers""4993"".