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The fort where native chiefs held off the 16th century Spaniards, Cuzco, Peru

The fort where native chiefs held off the 16th century Spaniards, Cuzc...

Copyright by the American Stereoscopic Co. No. 2080.

A New humorous song, on the Cherokee chiefs Inscribed to the ladies of Great Britain : To the tune of, Caesar and Pompey were both of the horned / / by H. Howard., British Cartoon Print

A New humorous song, on the Cherokee chiefs Inscribed to the ladies of...

A broadside comprising seven verses in letterpress below an engraving, representing three Red Indian Chiefs in their national costumes; these men are named, "The Stalking Turkey", "The Pouting Pidgeon", "The Ma... More

Articles of agreement between The United States of America and the Chiefs of the Creek Nation. July 18, 1816
... To the sachens, chiefs and warriers of the new confederacy of the Iriquois, the Tadodahoh sends peace ... Therefore, we recommend to you the prompt circulation of the accompanying petitions, and their immediate transmission to Washington. Me

... To the sachens, chiefs and warriers of the new confederacy of the ...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 120, Folder 9.

... To all whom it may concern, these presents come greeting:--- Know ye that whereas, Hawnopajuatin & Otosilongoomlisheau, chiefs of the Nandowissee Indians did by their certain deed, under ther respective seals, give grant, and convey to a cer
Sac & Fox Indian Chiefs / Group of Indians
Samoa -- King Mataafa & Chiefs, Klein, American correspondent

Samoa -- King Mataafa & Chiefs, Klein, American correspondent

Photograph shows Mata'afa Iosefo (seated, center) with other Samoan chiefs and Samoan correspondent for the New York World, John C. Klein. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2014)

U.S. commissioners and delegations of Sioux chiefs visiting Washington, October 13, 1888

U.S. commissioners and delegations of Sioux chiefs visiting Washington...

Group portrait of commissioners and Sioux Indians on steps of U.S. Capitol building. Copyright by C.M. Bell. Published in: Many nations: A Library of Congress resource guide for the study of Indian and Alaska n... More

The delegation of Sioux chiefs to ratify the sale of lands in South Dakota to the U.S. government, December, 1889 / photographed and copyrighted by C.M. Bell, Washington, D.C.

The delegation of Sioux chiefs to ratify the sale of lands in South Da...

Photo shows twenty-one Natives posed standing and sitting for a group portrait, facing front, wearing western clothing; each is numbered according to corresponding printed below image. Title from item. No. 3.

Composite photograph group of the Chiefs of Police, New York City

Composite photograph group of the Chiefs of Police, New York City

On portico of large building. Photo copyrighted by D.H. Anderson. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Composite pictures; Photog. I.; NY NYC Misc. 1889; Police 1889; Shelf.

American Indian chiefs. Spotted Tail

American Indian chiefs. Spotted Tail

Trade card, advertising Red Man chewing tobacco, showing half-length portrait of Spotted Tail. No. 14.

The Sioux chiefs before Secretary Noble / Drawn by T. De Thulstrup.

The Sioux chiefs before Secretary Noble / Drawn by T. De Thulstrup.

Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1891 Feb. 21, p. 140.

Goldi chiefs in best clothes north of Khabarovsk

Goldi chiefs in best clothes north of Khabarovsk

Similar to photograph in Lot 11948 from negative LC-USZ62-24866. Gift; William P. Meeker; 1971. Forms part of: Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942. World's Transportation Commission photograph collection (Library... More

Wives of Goldi chiefs in their best clothes

Wives of Goldi chiefs in their best clothes

Similar to photograph in Lot 11948 from negative LC-USZ62-78786. Gift; William P. Meeker; 1971. Forms part of: Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942. World's Transportation Commission photograph collection (Library... More

Wives of Goldi chiefs in their best clothes

Wives of Goldi chiefs in their best clothes

Similar to photograph in Lot 11948 from negative LC-USZ62-78786. Gift; William P. Meeker; 1971. Forms part of: Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942. World's Transportation Commission photograph collection (Library... More

[Chief Red Cloud and chiefs (group of 10)]

[Chief Red Cloud and chiefs (group of 10)]

61832 U.S. Copyright Office. Photo by Heyn. #333. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Shelf.

[Little Wound and nine other Sioux chiefs wearing feather headdresses and traditional accessories]

[Little Wound and nine other Sioux chiefs wearing feather headdresses ...

61833 U.S. Copyright Office. Photo by Heyn. Staff-supplied identifications on mount.

Chief Jack Red Cloud [Sioux] and Chiefs

Chief Jack Red Cloud [Sioux] and Chiefs

10 chiefs. 62277 U.S. Copyright Office Photo by Heyn. #347. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Indian tribes Sioux; PI (Indians); Shelf.

Intelligence chiefs, peace conference.
Savage chiefs, Formosa
William Jennings Bryan with Sioux chiefs at Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901

William Jennings Bryan with Sioux chiefs at Pan-American Exposition, B...

Photograph showing William Jennings Bryan, another man, and four Native Americans in traditional Sioux attire, posed before a tipi. Caption: Indians are (left to right): High Hawk, Jack Red Cloud, Blue Horse, a... More

Navajo chiefs [sic] family

Navajo chiefs [sic] family

Photograph shows (seated in center) Juanita Manuelito, wife of Navajo leader Maneulito, with two daughters and three grandchildren. At left: Shizie Manuelito and her daughter. At right: Ahkinbah Manuelito, her ... More

Sioux chiefs - their war-bonnets and teepees

Sioux chiefs - their war-bonnets and teepees

Seven Sioux chiefs in front of teepees.

Geronimo, the famous Apache warrior and five other Western Indian chiefs in inaugural parade, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1905

Geronimo, the famous Apache warrior and five other Western Indian chie...

H57997 U.S. Copyright Office Title from item. No. 6180. Sold only by Universal View Co., Philadelphia, Pa., Lawrence, Kan.

Ainu chiefs at Piratori
Edward S. Curtis - Atsina chiefs

Edward S. Curtis - Atsina chiefs

Two Atsina chiefs on horseback, one with feathered staff and one with a coup stick. H118609 U.S. Copyright Office. Curtis no. 2937-08. Forms part of: Edward S. Curtis Collection (Library of Congress). Published... More

Ainu chiefs at Piratori
[Mont. - Glacier Natl. Park - wrecked tombs of Blackfoot chiefs Flat Tail and Drags His Robes, in the Two Medicine Valley]

[Mont. - Glacier Natl. Park - wrecked tombs of Blackfoot chiefs Flat T...

Title and other information transcribed from unverified, old caption card data and item. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Caption card tracings: Shelf.

Rodman Wanamaker and Indian Chiefs

Rodman Wanamaker and Indian Chiefs

Photo shows Native American chiefs with Rodman Wanamaker (1863-1928) at the groundbreaking ceremony for the National American Indian Memorial (which was never built), Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island, New York. (l... More

NAVY DEPARTMENT, U.S. NAVY DEPARTMENT CHIEFS. HEADS: ADM. STRAUSS, CHIEF OF ORDNANCE; ADM. BENSON, CHIEF OF OPERATIONS; ADM. McLEAN, JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL; H. DeB. PARSONS, CIVIL ENG.; ASST. SEC. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT; ADM. McGOWAN, PAYMASTER GENERAL; SECRETARY DANIELS; CAPT. D. WURTZBAUGH
Pow-wow of Indian chiefs at Yuma reservation

Pow-wow of Indian chiefs at Yuma reservation

Photograph shows Yuma Indian chiefs, in Euro-American dress, posed outside thatched roof building. No. 169. Additional title: Arizona. Yuma Indian reservation, Indian chief pow-wow. Title from item.

"White Face Bear," "Chief Plenty Coos" and "Frost," Sioux and Crow chiefs arriving at White House to visit Pres. Harding
[Bedouin and Circassian chiefs on the Aerodrome at Amman, 1921]
Veteran's Bureau Chiefs in session, [9/19/22]
Mary Roberts Rhinehart [sic], adopted member of the Blackfeet Indians snaped [sic] with four chiefs of the tribe in Wash. D.C. today.  Chief Mad Plume on her right, Chief Two Gun White Calf on her left ...

Mary Roberts Rhinehart [sic], adopted member of the Blackfeet Indians ...

National Photo Company Collection. No. 24542. The profile of Chief Two Gun White Calf appears on the reverse of the buffalo nickel.

World Police Chiefs at Tomb of Unkown Soldier, [Arlington, Virginia], 5/23/25
Indian Com. Burke & Ossage [i.e., Osage] Chiefs, [1/10/23]
Cheyenne Chiefs, 1/25/24
Cheyenne Chiefs, 1/25/24
Robinson welcomed by Sec. of Navy and Navy Chiefs, 11/17/24
Chiefs of La Follette campaign, 7/18/24
Cheyenne Chiefs, 1/25/24
[Chyenne Chiefs, 1/25/24]
Fomer Chancellor of Austria John Schober now Minister of Public Safety of Vienna who is in the United States to attend the Meeting of Police Chiefs in New York City, snapped at the White House (left to right) Edgar Prochnik, Minister from Austria, Madam Schober and Mr. Schober
Two interesting members of the International Association [...] Police Chiefs who are visiting in Washington. George Pushkas, [...] chief of the Royal Hungarian State Police and Dr. John [...]rt, Captain of Hungarian police
World Police Chiefs at W.H., [i.e., White House, Washington, D.C.], 5/25/25
Chiefs from 24 countries in Europe, Asia and North America arrived in Washington today, May 23rd for ...sit. The police chiefs, who are led by Commissioner ...ork police, George McDonald, are shown placing a wreath ... Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at ...

Chiefs from 24 countries in Europe, Asia and North America arrived in ...

Date (year) based on date of negatives in same range. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.hec Temp. note: Batch eight.

State directors & division chiefs of prohibition, 8/18/25
Chiefs from 24 countries in Europe, Asia and North America arrived in Washington today, May 23rd for [...]sit. The police chiefs, who are led by Commissioner [...]ork police, George McDonald, are shown placing a wreath [...] Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at [...]
World Police Chiefs at W.H., [i.e., White House, Washington, D.C.], 5/25/25
Prohibition chiefs testify before Ways and Means Committee of the House

Prohibition chiefs testify before Ways and Means Committee of the Hous...

Asst. Secretary of the Treasury and prohibition czar Lincoln C. Andrews and the Commissioner of Prohibition, Roy C. Haynes outside of the House of Representatives. National Photo Company Collection (Library of Congress).

World Police Chiefs at W.H., [i.e., White House, Washington, D.C.], 5/25/25
El-Azrak & Wadi Sirhan in the Arabian desert. Druse [i.e., Druze] political refugees from Jebel Druse (The Hauran). Druse refugees, Wady Sirhan. Chiefs who revolted against French rule in Syria
El-Azrak & Wadi Sirhan in the Arabian desert. Druse [i.e., Druze] political refugees from Jebel Druse (The Hauran). Druse refugees, Wady Sirhan. Chiefs who revolted against French rule in Syria
Indian chiefs of the Yakima Tribe of Wash. State, 1/17/27
Indian chiefs of the Yakima Tribe of Washington State, 1/17/27
Edward S. Curtis - Chiefs in the Sun Dance parade--Cheyenne

Edward S. Curtis - Chiefs in the Sun Dance parade--Cheyenne

Several Cheyenne chiefs on horseback in a row in an open field. J293273 U.S. Copyright Office. Edward S. Curtis Collection (Library of Congress). Published in: The North American Indian / Edward S. Curtis. [Sea... More

Railway executives meet with Hoover. President Hoover began today his series of conferences to help bring about normalcy in the financial world. The first conference was held in the cabinet room at 11a.m. today with eleven of the chiefs of important railroads. This group was made at the White House immediately following the conference. Front row, left to right: Agnew T. Dice, Pres. Phila. and Reading R.R.; Richard Aishton, President American Railway Association; Secretary of Commerce Lamont; Secretary of the Treasury Hellen, Hale Holden, Chairman Southern Pacific R.R. and L.F. Loree, President of the Delaware and Hudson. Back row, left to right: Jeremiah Milbank, Southern Railway, J.J. Bernet, President Chesapeke and Ohio; P.E. Crowley, President New York Central Lines, J.J. Pelley (hiding face) New York, New Haven and Hartford, Fairfax Harrison, President Southern Railway.
Listen to maritime troubles. Washington, D.C. Aug. 23. Chairman Joseph P. Kennedy, (left) and Commissioner Emory S. Land listen intently as maritime labor chiefs testify at the initial hearing of the U.S. Maritime Commission today in efforts to determine methods to avoid costly industrial labor disputes which have hampered the American Merchant Marine. 8/23/37
Off with the yoke of Uncle Sam depicted in post office mural, is charge of Arctic explorer. Washington, D.C., Sept. 10. Vilhjamur Stefansson, the Artic explorer, today charged that artist Rockwell Kent had painted on the wall in the Post Office Building here an exhortation to Puerto Rico to throw off American Rule. The gibberish, says Stefansson, [...]s translated by his friends and reads: "To the people of Puerto Rico, our friends: go ahead, let [...] change chiefs. That alone can make us equal and free". Postmaster General Farley passes the mural each day as he goes to his office. Miss Mary [....]eveling is viewing the mural in this picture, 9/10/37
Rail management and Labor executives confer with President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Sept. 20. Following a conference today with representatives of Railway Management and Labor at the White House, President Roosevelt announced that he had named an informal six-man committee to devise a broad plan of rail aid legislation for the next congress. The committee comprises three rail management executives and three rail labor chiefs. Attending today's conference were, left to right: Ernest E. Norris, President of the Southern R.R.; D.B. Robertson, representing locomotive firemen and engineers; George M. Harrison, President, Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks; Carl B. Gray ; Vice Chairman of the Union Pacific R.R.; M.W. Clement, President of Penna. R.R.; and B.M. Jewell, President, Railway Employees, A.F. of L., 9/20/38
Service chiefs review army day parade. Washington, D.C., April 6. Maj. Gen. Malin Craig, U.S. Chief of Staff, greets Rear Admiral William D. Leahy, Chief of Naval Operations, just before both reviewed with President Roosevelt today's Army Day Parade in the Capitol, 4/6/38
General Order No. 921 from Archibald MacLeish to the Chiefs of Division and the Consultants, Library of Congress, October 19, 1939

General Order No. 921 from Archibald MacLeish to the Chiefs of Divisio...

With the General Order, Archibald MacLeish queries division chiefs and consultants about the Library of Congress acquisition program.

Louisiana Senator investigates Civil Service promotions causing complaints. Washington, D.C., March 29[28}(?). Senator Allen Ellender, of Louisiana, recently received complaints that a pretty face means more to some of the Bureau Chiefs when time comes for a promotion in Government Service, so, the Senator asked for an appropriation to pursue an investigation of these allegations. Today he heard employees of the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department. Left to right, Helen Hess, Betty Meininger, Senator Ellender, Mary Friend and Agnes M. Gallagher. 3-28-39
Troops in Australia. American jeeps carried Australian military chiefs and cabinet ministers in a recent visit to battle areas in New Guinea. Air Vice-Marshall G. Jones is shown in the leading vehicle during the tour of the convoy
Transportation. Car pooling at Glenn Martin. Car pooling helps solve the labor transportation problem of a big aircraft plant. In the Canton division of the Glenn Martin Company, the personnel manager works out from his files, a ride plan that meets the need of a worker. File data is supplied by the plant section chiefs
Officers of International Association of Fire Chiefs confer with James M. Landis, Director of Civilian Defense, on plans for organization of Civilian Defense Fire Guard units. Left to right: (sitting) Director Landis; Fire Chief M.E. Callahan, Harrison, New Jersey; President, International Association of Fire Chiefs; (standing) Chief Daniel B. Tierney, Arlington, Massachusetts, Secretary of the Association; Fred Shepyard, New York City, Association Headquarters Manager; and Chief George Mitchell, East Orange, New Jersey, Treasurer, Eastern Association of Fire Chiefs
Office of War Information (OWI) news bureau. Selecting material for the trade press is Phil Stitt's job. Shown here consulting with Special Services Chief Sutherland Denlinger, Stitt arranges conferences with Washington agency chiefs for trade press editors; sees that they don't get trade news they're not interested in--thus saving editors' time, taxpayers' money
British and U.S. air chiefs in the desert. These three top-ranked United Nations flying officers were pictured together recently in the African Desert. They are (left to right) British Air Vice Marshall A. Coningham, Brigadier General Auby C. Strickland of the U.S. Air Force and Lieutenant General Frank M. Andrews, commander of the U.S. Army forces in the Middle East and himself a flyer
Indian Chiefs

Indian Chiefs

People in photograph: Tendoy; Skeedattle, Charlie; Little Johnnie

Andrew Jackson to Creek Chiefs, September 4, 1815
Andrew Jackson to Creek Chiefs, September 4, 1815
Andrew Jackson to Creek Chiefs, September 4, 1815
Andrew Jackson to Creek Chiefs, September 4, 1815
Creek Chiefs to Andrew Jackson, August 6, 1814
Creek Chiefs to Andrew Jackson, August 6, 1814
Creek Chiefs to Andrew Jackson, August 6, 1814
Creek Chiefs to Andrew Jackson, August 6, 1814
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Andrew Jackson to Chickasaw Chiefs, August 23, 1830
Thomas Jefferson to Chiefs of Foxes, et al, January 6, 1806, Address
Thomas Jefferson to Chiefs of Foxes, et al, January 6, 1806, Address
Chiefs of the Creek Nation to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, September 8, 1818
Chiefs of the Creek Nation to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, September 8, 1818
Chiefs of the Creek Nation to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, September 8, 1818
Thomas Jefferson to Osages Chiefs, et al, January 4, 1806, Address
Thomas Jefferson to Osages Chiefs, et al, January 4, 1806, Address
Thomas Jefferson to Osages Chiefs, et al, January 4, 1806, Address
Thomas Jefferson to Osages Chiefs, et al, January 4, 1806, Address
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