The Outsider and the Native Eye: The Photographs of Richard Throssel

Created by Valerie Daniels, May 2002

Portrait Gallery

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Richard Throssel Portraits Edward Curtis Portraits*
'Plenty Coups,' ca. 1907-1911, Richard Throssel Collection, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming, Photo no. 694, In Northern, 'To Image and to See'

Plenty Coups
'Medicine Crow, One of the Remaining Old Time Chiefs,' 1908, Richard Throssel Collection, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming, Photo no. 557, In Albright, 'Crow Indian Photographer'

Medicine Crow
'Whiteman Runs Him,' 1913, Richard Throssel Collection, Montana Historical Society, Helena, In Northern, 'To Image and to See'>

Whiteman Runs Him
'Wolf,' ca. 1905-1911, Richard Throssel Collection, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming, Photo no. 874, In Albright, 'Crow Indian Photographer'

Wolf
'Two Leggings,' 1907, Smithsonian Institution, National Anthropological Archives, Library of Congress Collection, Photo no. 95-1387, In Albright, 'Crow Indian Photographer'

Two Leggings
'Bull Tongue,' ca. 1907-1910, Smithsonian Institution, National Anthropological Archives, Photo no. 4662, In Albright, 'Crow Indian Photographer'

Bull Tongue
'Bull Goes Hunting, the Old Historian,' 1909, Braun Research Library, Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, Photo no. A.83.14, In Albright, 'Crow Indian Photographer'

Bull Goes Hunting

* Note: All of the portraits by Edward Curtis are from the Library of Congress American Memory site, Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian

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