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***osage Boy By Will Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory C.1870s For Sale
by: Will Soule
Fort Sill, Indian Territory
Offered for offer is an albumen cabinet card of an Osage Boy by Will Soule of Fort Sill, Indian Territory c. 1870s. He leans on a buffalo hide and wears a bone breastplate, leggings and garters. His forhead is adorned with white paint and he wears a single feather in his hair.
Offered at !
Will Soule (b. 1836, Turner, Maine; d. 1908,
Brookline, Mass.) From 1868 though 1874 Soule made a celebrated series of
photographs of field and studio views in Ft. Dodge, Kansas and Ft. Sill,
Oklahoma. Posted as a clerk to the trading posts at the forts, Soule made
straightforward portraits of some of officers, scouts and Indians, including
the most famous Indian Raiders of the time iSatanta and Satank. His most
famous view is of “The Scalped Huinter.” Generally, he made 5 x 7” albumen
prints on decorative mounts, with trimmed prints for cabinet cards.
Please email with any questions, and offer with confidence!
Returns only if item is not as described.Vintage guaranteed for life!
-Shipping/insurance $6.00 1st Class Mail within U.S. (will combine).
-Paper forms of payment always accepted, as well as Paypal.
On Mar-24-13 at 17:24:11 PDT, seller added the following information:
(see WILL SOULE - Indian Photographer at Fort Sill, Oklahoma 1869-74 by Belous & Weinstein, pg. 45)
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***osage Boy By Will Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory C.1870s: $192