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Accession # 1997-P007
Collection Doub, Margaret
Object Name print, photographic
Description (110) images, some are duplicates. These images were originally part of a photo album, that Margaret gave to the Museum.

The following note was found inside the album: "The Cheyenne Suite These pictures of Chief Lean Elk, of the Cheyennes, and members of his family are presented to Jack Simmons, a close personal friend of the Cheyennes. Like the dress the Cheyennes made for Miss Margaret - all with their own hands - as an expression of friendship and appreciation, I have completely, and unaided, made and finished these pictures for the Simmons. H.C. Pipkin Amarillo, Texas."

FAMILY HISTORY:
Jack Simmons was Margaret's father. Hot-me-o-mah-si (Cheyenne) made the buckskin dress that Margaret is wearing in photo #45. The dress, and many other items, were donated to the Museum in July 1997, artifact collection #97.4. Margaret now lives in Maryland.
Year Range from 1930.0
Year Range to 1959.0
People Otterby, John
Lean Elk
Hot-neo-mah-se
Hot-me-o-mah-si
Doub, Margaret
Simmons, Jack
White Horse, Mickey
Rush, Frank
Chief Magpie
Little Beaver
Cozad, Belo
Berry, Tennyson
Sankadoke, Jack
Mopope, Stephen
Parker, Len
Tahmekera, Sam
Simmons, Marie Z.
Wong, Florence
Search Terms Native American
Cheyenne Indians
Kiowa Indians
art, Native American
historic sites
Wichita Mountains