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1. PH036_1305 PH036_1305 People; Women; Men; Housing; Log cabins; Clothing and dress; Infants; Cabins; Landscape; Euro-American clothing; European Americans; Families; Fences; Housing; Photographs; Porches; An outside photograph of a group of people--an adult male holding a baby, and five adult or teenage women, one woman holding a baby--standing in front of a log cabin. The group of people are wearing Euro-American...

2. PH036_6687 PH036_6687 Photographic studios; Bridges; Doors and doorways; Rivers; Porches; Photographic studios;
The approach to W. S. Bowman's photography studio. There is a raised ramp, with "Photographs" painted on it, and the studio is also raised on stilts, since it is built on the edge of a river bank. The...

3. PH036_6331 PH036_6331 Buildings; Dwellings; Porches; Windows; Doors and doorways; Photographic studios; Houses;
W. S. Bowman's photography studio in Pendleton, Oregon. Two stories, of brick or stone, with a crenellated roofline across the front and wrapping partway around the sides of the roof, it sits on a high...

4. PH036_6231 PH036_6231 Baskets; Women; Antiquities; Indian art; Clothing and dress; European Americans; Indian beadwork;
A woman wearing Native American clothing stands behind a collection of Native American baskets identified as belonging to Lee Moorhouse. Some of the baskets are beaded and many have geometric patterns...

5. PH036_6792 PH036_6792 Indians of North America; Cowboys; Cowboy hats; Indian women; Men; Horses; Mules; Streets; Saddles; Chaps; Blanket, Saddle; Blankets; Headdresses; Scarves; Buildings; Bandannas; Horse Trappings; Wooden sidewalks; Stables;
A line of 20 men and women on horseback stand side-by-side, facing the camera. They are on a dirt street in front of several wooden buildings, including a livery stable. The riders are a mixture of men,...

6. PH036_6210 PH036_6210 Indian women; Blankets; Bracelets; Coat, Cloth; Bow (Archery); Bags; Pipes (Smoking); Moccasins, Beaded-Geometric; Cradleboards; Headdresses; Feathers; Clothing and dress; Leggings, Women's; Shields; Bugles; Braids (Hairdressing);
A young Native American woman lies on a couch. The couch is covered with a geometrically-patterned blanket. The young woman is wearing moccasins, leggings, and a dress with long beaded fringes. The woman...

7. PH036_1303 PH036_1303 Trees; Tree stumps; Wagons; Women; Men; Horses; Conifers; Cabins; Log cabins; Children; Mountains; Hills; Barrels; Saws; Dwellings;
Outside photograph of a homestead in the mountains. A woman and child dressed in European-American clothing stand outside the door of a log cabin. Two men, also dressed in European-American clothing, stand...

8. PH036_5462 PH036_5462 Children; Horses; Wagons; Barns; Schools; Agricultural facilities; Croplands; A group of adults and children, identified as instructors and pupils of the Umatilla Indian School, are performing farm work. A group of children are hanging out of a window of a barn. Six horses are yoked...

9. PH036_5555 PH036_5555 Indians of North America; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Umatilla Indians; Churches; Euro-American clothing; Scarves; Shawls; Tipis; Indian women; Men; Women; Indian children; Hats; Windows; Chimneys; Wooden churches; Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Children; European Americans; A group of men, women, and children, identified as the congregation of the Indian Presbyterian Church of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, are posing in front of a church. The group includes Native American...

10. PH036_5564 PH036_5564 Schools; Hills; Streets; Flags; Windows; Chimneys; Fences; Ladders; Porches; Doors and doorways; Hats; Euro-American clothing; Men; Women; Brickwork; Stairways; Flagpoles; A three-storey brick building, identified as the St. Andrews Roman Catholic Mission School of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, is in the middle of the photograph. A series of hills are located behind the...

11. PH036_5569 PH036_5569 Children; Boys; Girls; Men; Women; Schools; Hills; Fences; Priests; Euro-American clothing; Drums; Clothing and dress; Buildings; Vestments; An outside photograph of a large group of children -- boys and girls -- standing outside of a three-storey building. The structure has been identified as St. Andrews Roman Catholic mission school, and...

12. PH036_6447 PH036_6447 Indians of North America; Men; Blankets; Hats; Wool fabrics; Buildings;
Three Native American men, wearing wool blankets over their clothing, stand inside an office or store. A hat rests at one man's feet. The image is overexposed.

13. PH036_6229 PH036_6229 Clothing and dress; Bag, Beaded--Geometric; Bags; Baskets; Indian beadwork; Hats; Dwellings; Cradleboards; Dress, Buckskin; Ethnic costume; Porches; Windows; Pottery;
A collection of items identified as "Lee Moorhouse collection of Indian costumes and artifacts" is grouped on the board-and-batten porch of a house. Flanked by two lattice-work columns, most of the items...

14. PH036_6230 PH036_6230 Indians of North America; Clothing and dress; Bag, Cornhusk; Bags; Baskets; Indian beadwork; Capes (Clothing); Hats; Dwellings; Dress, Buckskin; Ethnic costume; Textiles; Fringe; Hairstyle; Braids (Hairdressing); Indian women; People; Porches; Windows; Blanket Strip; Pottery;
A collection of items identified as "Lee Moorhouse collection of Indian costumes and artifacts" is grouped on the board-and-batten porch of a house. Flanked by two lattice-work columns, most of the items...
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