Early 1900's Crow and non-Indian people gathered in front of bushes in Montana. Hand written on edge of slide, "Outside church service- Petzoldts, Misses Oden, Sims, Steer & Wafflard - teachers & matrons. Flat Head Womans, Left Hands, Yellow Tails, Bear Cranes.":
- They also have pen nibs called crow quills which are very very fine and small. They do lovely handwriting or drawing if you are inclined to do pen and ink drawing. Our teacher made us learn to use crow quills rather than felt tipped pens.
Early 1900's Notes Curley next to horse and two other Crow men behind him in Montana. One holds American flag. Tipi and building in background. Hand written on edge of slide, "Curley - Crow Scout with Custer in Battle, June 1876. Sole survivor of Custer's immediate group. Custer is supposed to have told him to leave."
Early Portrait of Bull Goes Hunting, Crow historian and storyteller. Hand written on edge of slide, "Bull Goes Hunting - Chief Medicine Crow's stepfather. Known as tribal historian and storyteller. Over 100 years old.
Early Notes Four Crow women on horses with beaded martingales, three women wearing elk tooth dresses for parade in Montana. Tipis in background. Hand written on edge of slide, "Montana - Crow Squaws with their elk tooth dresses.