Chief Mox Mox Dee, Bill Water, & Matthew's interpreter


Chief Mox Mox Dee, Bill Water, & Matthew's interpreter


Image of three men, one Caucasian and two Native Americans. The Native American men sit on either side of the image, one wears a white shirt, neckerchief, and a cowboy hat, with a blanket wrapped about him. His hair is long and loose. The second man wears his hair in braids, and wears a suit coat over a dark shirt and a cowboy hat. The Caucasian man sits between them, and stares off to the side. His bowler hat is on the ground beside him, and he wears a striped suit and tie with lace-up shoes. His hair is short and he has a full mustache.
[Front] [pencil] Chief Mox Mox [sic], Mathews Interpreter [sic], Dee, Water, Bill. [printed] Burns Photo Co., Lewiston. [Back]J[illegible] Carrell. [illegible] Mox Mox. Donor: T. Weatherred (Tenny).

Date Created

circa 1900


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