TWO REAL PHOTOGRAPH POSTCARDS OF Native American Indian warriors. Each is a black and white photo of warriors horseback with their beautiful feather "war bonnets" or "headdresses". One photo is by O'Neill and features a group of Sioux men, each is bareback on his horse, and each is dressed traditional. Some have feathered bonnets and some have tall roaches with single feathers. Many have their bodies painted, while some are wearing beaded war shirts, leggings, bells and other native accessories. The photograph is labeled "Sioux Indians at Black Hills Roundup-1931". This card is unused and in vintage condition. Just very light dings to the corners, image is crisp and clear.
The other card is printed in Germany and is dated 1907. This card features Chief Joe Healy and Braves. Chief Healy was born in 1859 in Montana and passed in 1936. He was part of the Blackfoot tribe and this photograph has become famous. Please note his beautiful full feathered headdress with lots of white ermine (fur) drops hanging from each side. He is wearing his weasel tailed long sleeved leather war shirt and is holding a feathered lance. He also has a patterned blanket across his lap. His horse has a painted hip and is draped with lots of sleigh bells. His warriors behind him are also dressed traditional and their horses have bells and blanket drapes also. The card is unused, and is in good condition, very minor vintage dings to corners.
Please view photographs! Thank you for your interest! Postcards will each come in an acid free sleeve and will be mailed together in a hard sided mailer.
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