In printed Schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages 180-word outline.
Includes names of men of 45 and over.
The collection consists of photographs of four Plains drawings, which were probably ledger art or drawings on hide. The drawings depict battle or hunt scenes, and one illustrates a camp with tipis.
Letter of transmittal from Laslow, July 14, 1899, filed with Manuscript number 1782.
Photographs of a painting depicting a Plains Indian wearing a war bonnet and two medals. According to note on verso of one print, the painting was purchased in Pawnee, Oklahoma, and photographs were taken at Neconie's home in Tulsa.