James Willard Schultz Papers, 1867-1969  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Schultz, James Willard, 1859-1947
Title
James Willard Schultz Papers
Dates
1867-1969
Quantity
4 linear feet
Collection Number
Collection 0010, MtBC, us (collection)
Summary
The James Willard Schultz Papers includes Biographical material (some posthumous), draft manuscripts and publications, correspondence and research files (including interview transcripts with Blackfeet), photographs. Photos generally focus on Arapaho, Blackfeet, Blood, Shoshoni and Kutenai Indians, the Schultz family, and Glacier/Waterton National Parks.
Repository
Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Montana State University-Bozeman Library
Merrill G Burlingame Special Collections
P.O. Box 173320
Bozeman, MT
59717-3320
Telephone: 406-994-4242
Fax: 406-994-2851
spcoll@www.lib.montana.edu
Access Restrictions

Copyrights to the James Willard Schultz publications not yet in the public domain are held by the MSU Museum of the Rockies.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

James Willard Schultz (1859-1947) lived in and wrote about the northwestern portion of Montana now included within the Blackfeet Reservation and Glacier National Park. In 1877, at the age of 18, he traveled from his birthplace in Boonville, New York to Fort Benton, Montana Territory. He became interested in American Indians, and lived for many years with the Blackfeet Indians as an accepted member of their nation. Drawing upon his experiences on the western frontier he later wrote thrilling and colorful books and articles to make his living as an author. His success was notable in his own time, and many of his books remain in print.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection is organized into 4 series: biographical materials, published and unpublished works, research materials and professional correspondence, and photographs. Series 1 contains personal correspondence, tributes and articles on Schultz's works, obituaries and condolences, newspaper clippings and personal memorabilia. Series 2 consists of manuscripts from his prolific writing career as a writer of stories devoted to the history and customs of the Blackfeet Indians, the region around Glacier National Park and western history. These consist of books, magazine articles newspaper articles and unpublished materials. Series 3 contains research materials and resources used for his writing including transcriptions of stories from Blackfeet tribal members, interviews with Blackfeet Indians, newspaper clippings, maps, research notes, drawings, and peripheral materials and memorabilia. Series 4 consists of photographs taken or collected by the Schultz family for personal or professional use. They include as subjects Blackfeet, Blood, Kutenai, Shoshoni and Arapaho Indians, family portraits and snapshots, Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks, historic views of Montana, Wyoming and Arizona locations and ceremonies of various Indian tribes. Photographers H. T. Cowling and T. J. Hileman of Kalispell MT are both represented.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Copyrights to the James Willard Schultz publications not yet in the public domain are held by the MSU Museum of the Rockies.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series 1:  Biographical Materials, 1867-1969Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Photocopies
Photocopies from The Shults Family in America by Sue McCartney Van Wieiii, title p. 171, 237, 238
1/2
Poem
Poem "Apuni Ovis (Butterfly Lodge)"- "Apikuni" - (tribute to JWS by Jack Starkweather)
1/3
"Apikuni (Far-Away Robe) introducing James Willard Schultz"
1/4
"James Willard Schultz" by Verne Dusenberry
- letter to Jessie Donaldson Schultz from Verne Dusenberry
(1960)
1/5
("Apikuni")Notes on His Life and Work
[typed manuscript]
1/6
Short Manuscripts and Correspondence
Hubert V. Coryell [2 short published manuscripts] - Correspondence to Mrs. Schultz (2 postcards)
1/7
Saint Nicholas "James Willard Schultz Sketch" by Hubert V. Coryell
August 1929
1/8
"Writer of Indian Stories Came West ...." article by Mrs. E.L. Houston
1/9
Biographical Information
- Town and Country Review Biographical Sketch
February 1936
1/10
"Apikuni's Audience" article by Harry James
1/11
"Apikuni - James Willard Schultz - As I Knew Him" article by Harry James
1/12
Clinton Hart Merriam
(Naturalist and Friend of Schultz): Correspondence and collection information of Harry James
1/13
Program and Directory
Peekskill Military Academy Centennial Program - June 1933 - Directory of Graduates and Former Students - December 1, 1926
1/14
Apikuni's Death
[newspaper clippings and articles]
1947
1/15
Obituary and Article
Browning Chief June 20, 1947 - Obituary and services for James Willard Schultz - article about Hart Merriam Schultz
1/16
News From Home, "Pilgrimage to Two Medicine Valley" article about James Willard Schultz
1/17
Constitution - National League for Justice to American Indians
1/18
Photocopies of newspaper article
Photocopies of newspaper article about Indian Handicraft Display at Great Falls and Browning, 1940 [picture of James Willard Schultz attending]
1/19
Poster
Poster - Annual North American Indian Days, August 16-19 (no year)
1/20
Personal letters
Personal letters from: - Old Man Bull- Eli Guardipee - Uncle Jeff - Chief Standing Bear - George Bird Grinnell - Isabel Haynes - Mrs. Harry James - Earl Gilmore, etc.
1/21
Letter from Charboneau descendant
1/22
Letters from James Willard Schultz to son Hart Merriam Schultz (Lone Wolf)
1929-1941
1/23
Letters
Letters from James Willard Schultz to son Hart Merriam Schultz (Lone Wolf), 1944-1947 - Letters from Jessie Donaldson Schultz to Hart and Naomi
1/24
Lone Wolf (Hart Merriam Schultz)
- Letters from Hart Merriam to father James Willard Schultz - Letter from Hart Merriam to Jessie Donaldson Schultz
1/25
Lone Wolf (Hart Merriam Schultz)
- correspondence about land trade for establishing Lone Wolf Guest Ranch and Club - map of Glacier National Park, Blackfeet Indian Reservation and Blood Indian Reserve [location of Lone Wolf Ranch identified] - tourist information about Lone Wolf Guest Ranch and Club - Akwesasne Mohawk Counselor Code with autograph of James Willard Schultz and others - photocopy of newspaper article about Lone Wolf Pend D'Orelle Review March 30, 1923 - Great Falls Tribune, June 14, 1970, "Final Resting Place..." - newspaper photograph of Lone Wolf with signature of Pitimakan - photocopy of newspaper article The New York Times, "ART: Minor Exhibitions of Unusual Interest" April 2, 1922
1/26
Lone Wolf - letters from Hart Merriam (Lone Wolf) to father James Willard Schultz
1/27
Letter to Hart Merriam Schultz from George Bolton
1/28
Photocopy of newspaper article
Photocopy of newspaper article from Boonville Herald "James Willard Schultz, Author Writes to Young Boonville Pupil" March 30, 1933 - Boonville Herald [county tax sale, 1933 for town of Deerfield]
1/29
The New Day For The Indians: A Survey of the Working of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934
December 1938
1/30
Leather folder
Leather folder with initials J.S. holding one lock of Willie's hair, April 28, 1871- 2 letters from James Willard Schultz's mother, July 17 and 19, 1867
2/1
Letters of Condolence
1947
2/2
Letters to Jessie (Apaki) and Schultz Estate
1948-1955
2/3
Letters to and from Verne Dusenberry
- letter from Harriette Cushman re: Friends of Verne Dusenberry - referral from Verne Dusenberry
2/4
Jessie Donaldson Schultz
- Letters about retirement from R.R. Renne, Val Glynn, Naomi, S.H. Middleton, Ake Hultkrantz, 1961 - Personal retirement and honorary degree of Doctor of Letters - letter from Frank Flynn, Superintendent of Wyoming Industrial Institute, July 14, 1948 - Letters and article - Montana State College Spurs - "St. Mary's Painted Lodge Museum" - drawing of sign from Blackfeet Indian Craft Shop
2/5
Letter, Photograph, and Short Biography
Letter and photograph of James Willard Schultz from Paul A. Young to Dr. Burlingame [signature of James Willard Schultz] - short biography of Dr. Paul A. Young

Series 2:  Schultz Publications, 1873-1955Return to Top

Published and unpublished writings of James Willard Schultz including: typed and/or photocopied manuscripts and revisions; original and/or photocopies of magazine and newspaper articles; galley/proof copies; original magazine editions; sketches; notes; bibliographies and some peripheral correspondence.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
2/6
Manuscript and Photographs
"Bear Chief's War Shirt" [original and carbon copy of manuscript] - photographs - letters of inquiry and response attempting to substantiate information and locations
2/7
Pencil sketch by James Wilard Schultz
1873
2/8
List of books by James Willard Schultz
2/9
Children of the Sun
[typed manuscript] (original page 1 was sent to Browning)
2/10
The White Buffalo Robe
[typed manuscript and proofs]
2/11
Alder Gulch Gold
[carbon copy]
December 5, 1925
2/12
The Wolfers
(suggested sub title: "Woodhawking on the Upper Missouri") [carbon copy]
2/13
Kutenai Tales
[original notes and stories]
2/14
Plumed Snake Medicine
3/1
The Youth's Companion combined with American Boy, "At the Sacred Rock"
August-September 1933
3/2
Youths Companion, "The Bad Luck of Low Horn"
- magazine article
December 25, 1919
3/3
Great Falls Tribune, "Low Horn's Bad Luck"
- typed manuscript and photocopy of newspaper story
April 5, 1936
3/4
"Low Horn's Trip South"
(original typed manuscript)
3/5
The Youth's Companion, "A Council and A Chase"
July 3, 1919
3/6
Articles
American Boy, "The Duel" April 1941 (magazine article of Hugh Monroe story told to James Willard Schultz) - Great Falls Tribune, "Hugh Monroe's Account of Indian Duel" Feb. 4, 1940 (newspaper article)
3/7
Cavalier, "The Duel"
(magazine article)
February 1958
3/8
Saint Nicholas, "Last Years of the Buffalo"
Saint Nicholas "Last Years of the Buffalo" July 1934 (magazine article) - typed manuscript [published in True Western Adventures June 1959 and Cavalier November 1956 with title change, "My Last Great Buffalo Kill", and revision.]
3/9
True Western Adventures, "My Last Great Buffalo Kill"
(magazine article)
June 1959
3/10
Cavalier, "My Last Great Buffalo Kill"
(magazine article)
November 1956
3/11
True Western Adventures, "My Life As An Indian"
(magazine article)
October and November 1952
3/12
The Youth's Companion, "A Medicine Animal Hunt"
(magazine article)
May 27, 1919
3/13
The Youth's Companion, "Memoirs of a White Indian"
(magazine article - notes)
November 3, 1910
3/14
The Youth's Companion combined with American Boy, "The Peace Trail"
(magazine article) - photocopy of magazine article
August 1931
3/15
The Youth's Companion, "Puh-Poom"
- magazine article
July 5, 1923
3/16
The Youth's Companion combined with American Boy, "The Raiders"
- magazine article - photocopy of magazine article
August-September 1932
3/17
American Boy "Stained Gold"
- magazine article
October 1937
3/18
"Head Carrier" or "The Sacred Otter Bow Case"
- typed manuscript
3/19
Boy's Life, "Sacred Otter Bow Case"
[originally "Head Carrier"] - magazine article - photocopy of magazine article
July-September 1935
3/20
Great Falls Tribune, "Story of the Sacred Otter Bow"
- photocopy of newspaper article
November 14, 1937
3/21
[folder missing]
3/22
"The Thunder Pipe"
[Quasi-autobiography] Told by Young Bird Rattle for Crow For Big Elk - typescript
3/23
The Open Road For Boys, "Thunder Pipe"
[same plot as "Sacred Otter Bow Case" Boy's Life 1935- magazine article]
April 1939
3/24
Great Falls Tribune, "Thunder Pipe"
- photocopy of magazine article
March 22, 1936
3/25
Sunset Magazine, "America's Red Armenians"
November 1922
3/26
The Youth's Companion, "New Stories of Apsi"
- notes (handwritten and photocopy) - magazine article
April 22, 1915
3/27
"The End of Laughter (another Tame Wolf Story)"
- copy of original typed manuscript
3/28
"The First Elk-Dog"
- copy of original typed manuscript
3/29
"The First Fire Boat"
- copy of original typed manuscript
3/30
"Laughter, the Story of Tame Wolf"
- copy of original typed manuscript
3/31
"Our Guest on the Trail"
- copy of original manuscript
3/32
"Pioneer Days On The Tonto"
- typed manuscript
3/33
"A Warrior and His War Horse"
- typed manuscript
4/1
Manuscript and Article
"Ancient Buffalo Piskans"- typed manuscript - photocopy of article "Author of Indian Stories Tells of Old Bison Drives" Great Falls Tribune March 31, 1935
4/2
"A Bad Medicine Hunt"
- copy of original typed manuscript
4/3
Manuscript and Article
"Charles Rivet's Tale of Hardship" - typed manuscript - photocopy of article "Gripping Story of Charles Rivet, Hunter at Fort Union 110 Years Ago" Great Falls Tribune May 12, 1940
4/4
4/5
"In Arizona"
- original handwritten manuscript - photocopy of manuscript
4/6
"The Man in the Wooden Mask"
- typed manuscript
4/7
"The Marriage"
- typed manuscript
4/8
"Memoirs of a White Indian" Parts 1,2,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13
- typed manuscript
4/9
Manuscript and Article
"The Passing of Back-in-Sight" - typed manuscript - photocopy of article "Strange Death of 'Back-in-Sight,' Crazed Kutenai Recounted by Schultz" Great Falls Tribune July 28, 1940
4/10
"Pitamaken"
(incomplete) - typed manuscript
4/11
"The Quest of the Underworld"
- typed manuscript
4/12
Manuscript and Articles
"Skunk Cap's Medicine" - typed manuscript - magazine article The Youth's Companion September 25, 1919 - photocopy of article "Skunk Cap's Medicine" Great Falls Tribune September 20, 1936 - photocopy of article "Skunk Cap's Medicine Does Its Stuff" Great Falls Tribune September 3, 1939
4/13
"Son of the Navaho"
- typed manuscript
4/14
"The Son God's Children"
- manuscript - handwritten notes of interviews
4/15
Newspaper articles by James Willard Schultz
1917; 1920; 1921; 1927; 1936; 1938
4/16
"Some Adventures at Old Fort Conrad"
"Some Adventures at Old Fort Conrad" 1878-1879 original draft in blue p. 1-26 - Great Falls Tribune Part 2 p. 1-19; October 15, 1939 - Revised version by Jessie Donaldson Schultz
4/17
"Buffalo Robes"
1879-1881
4/18
"Plenty of Buffalo Meat"
(unpublished) told by Many Tail Feathers
1843-1846
4/19
Great Falls Tribune, "Indian Lifts Bison Skull Mystery Veil"
- told by Comes-With-Rattles
January 30, 1938
4/20
"The Faith of Ahko Pitsu"
5/1
Article and Manuscript
Great Falls Tribune "Survivor Tells of the Baker Massacre" August 22, 29; September 5, 1937 - "The Baker Massacre" (rough draft and final copy)
5/2
Article and Manuscript
Los Angeles Times "A Blackfeet Tragedy" - (Cut Nose Story) March 27, 1932 - manuscript "A Blackfeet Tragedy"
5/3
Article and Manuscript
Great Falls Tribune "Indian Battled on Sun River in 1833" September 5/12, 1937 - manuscript "Indian Battle Along Sun River in 1883 Now Legend of Tribe"
5/4
"The Bridge of Morning Star"
told by Charles Revois
1856
5/5
"Indian Massacre"
(Blackfeet and Gros Ventres) told by Big Brave
1863
5/6
"Three Sons"
(Big Nose) not published - letter from Major L.L. Cooke
5/7
"Making of a Warrior"
June 1881
5/8
"Courthouse Burning Not Accidental"
1883
5/9
American Boy, "Smoky, A Good Coyote"
undated
5/10
"Some Wild Animal Pets"
(not published)
5/11
Open Road for Boys, "He Sang The Victory Song"
- typed manuscript
September 1937
5/12
Great Falls Tribune, "A Days Hunt In The Long Ago"
June 30, 1940
5/13
Fragments of "In The Long Ago"
(Blackfeet starvation winter)
5/14
"In The Long Ago"
1882-1888
5/15
Article and Manuscript
Great Falls Tribune "In The Long Ago" October 25 and November 15, 1936 - typed manuscript "In The Long Ago" 1889-1904

Series 3:  Research materials and correspondenceReturn to Top

Research information and resources used for James Willard Schultz publications including: typed interviews with Blackfeet Indians; transcripts of stories related to him by Blackfeet tribal members; maps; newspaper clippings; magazines; collaborative correspondence and Montana place names. Correspondence from publishers; research notes; peripheral materials including drawings, pamphlets, individual correspondence, press notices, Blackfeet Relief Campaign and some memorabilia are also included.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/16
"The Big Mouthed Gun" Red Eagle's story of Crow
- carbon of original manuscript
5/17
"The Theft of the Sacred Otter Bow Case" told by Chief Bird
- original manuscript
1902
5/18
"Otter Painted Lodge Ceremony" by Isabelle Home Gun
- 2 typed copies (Jessie Donaldson) 1922 Stories
5/19
Apsi
5/20
5/21
5/22
5/23
Stories told by Frank Monroe
- "Rising Wolf" - "My Father's Trappings' - "Fort Benton" - "Lame Bull"- "F M" - "The Piskun" - "Bear Story"
5/24
Stories told by Jim White Calf
- "Additional notes on the Building of the Piskun" - "Treaty of 1855"
5/25
5/26
5/27
Chief Talk and Elk Woman
(Interpreter: Mrs. Harrison)
5/28
5/29
5/30
5/31
Chief Crowfoot
(Interpreter: Teddy Yellow Fly)
1830-1890
5/32
Eagle Feathers
(Interpreter: Percy Creighton)
5/33
George Houck
5/34
5/35
Eli Guardipee
- 2 notebooks of stories about Blackfeet Chiefs
5/36
5/37
5/38
5/39
5/40
Press Notices
1926-1941
5/41
Survey Graphic, "An Indian Warrior" - "Blackfeet and Pueblos" - "Undelivered Pottage"
May 1922
5/42
Clipping book from American Boy
Christmas 1928
6/1
Topographic Map - Glacier National Park
(1922 Reprint of 1914 map)
1922
6/2
Map of Missouri River
(4 parts)
1893
6/3
Maps
Maps: - Alberta / British Columbia - Porcupine Sheet - 1914 - Macleod - 1923 - United States - 1940 - Waterton Lakes Park - 1928 - Lethbridge - 1924 - Alberta / British Columbia - 1926 - Blackfoot #115 - 1921 [Removed for oversize storage]
6/4
Canadian Pacific Railway Map
[Removed for oversize storage]
January 20, 1926
6/5
Journals
Journals used for James Willard Schultz research: Chambers's Journal, October 1, 1923 p. 665 - International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, January 1928 p. 1
6/6
Correspondence
- James Willard Schultz / Harry James 1921-1946
6/7
Blackfeet Relief Campaign
- Treaty of 1855 - Correspondence - James Willard Schultz - Correspondence re: aid, legislation
6/8
Blackfeet Indian Museum and Craft Shop Announcement
- Pamphlet: Albert Racine - Woodcarver and Artist - Tipi Smoke: Northern Plains Indian Crafts Association Newsletter
6/9
Blackfeet Medicine Lodge Ceremony
[instructions for ceremony handwritten on 4x6 cards]
1927
6/10
Petroglyphs
- original drawings - photocopies of original drawings
6/11
Count and Countess Folke Bernadotte (Sweden)
- 2 letters from Countess 1939 - photocopies of newspaper clippings about Count and Countess Folke Bernadotte Great Falls Tribune 1939, 1964
6/12
Publisher correspondence
6/13
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous: Victor Pepion Graduation Announcement - 1950 - Contributions of the American Indian (Mohawk Christmas Card)
6/14
University Microfilm Correspondence
6/15 1917-1951
7/1
"Blackfeet and Buffalo"
- Correspondence and reviews 1960-1962
7/2
"Blackfeet and Buffalo"
- List of photographs and stories collected for "Reminiscences" c.1957
7/3
Correspondence
Letter from Hubert V. Coryell and Ferris Greenlot; re: publication of "Reminiscences" 1947 - autobiographical notes and correspondence - 1931-1957- estimate of amount of material for "Reminiscences" - transfer of manuscript to Knopf, 1956. [rejected - recommendation to University of Oklahoma Press]
7/4
Correspondence
re: Pulitzer/Schultz Case
1904
7/5
Donation of James Willard Schultz materials to Montana State College
1962
7/6
Membership and portrait
Piegan Storyteller membership for Montana State University - Portrait of James Willard Schultz used for Piegan Storyteller logo
7/7
Montana Place Names - Blackfeet and English
7/8
Blackfeet history for Works Progress Administration
7/9
Indian agents, Blackfeet reservation
7/10
Miscellaneous notes

Series 4:  PhotographsReturn to Top

Photographs taken or collected by James Willard Schultz of family and research interests. The photographs were initially processed by assigning numbers to duplicate prints and renumbering all prints with the beginning of each folder, with each folder representing broad subject groupings. These subject groupings have been retained, but the prints have been given sequential numbers which span the entire collection to aid in their identification. Occasionally the prefix "n" has been added to a print number which indicates that a negative is available. Negatives, which have been given the same number as their corresponding prints, have been placed in folders 6-10 of box 10. Those negatives that had no corresponding print or are otherwise unidentified have been placed in folders 11 and 12, and are not numbered. Duplicate prints have been placed in folders 13-16. Oversize prints numbered #214, 349, 374, 375, and 376, have been removed from the collection for storage elsewhere. Subjects represented in the photographs include Arapaho, Blackfeet, Blood, Shoshoni and Kutenai Indians; James Willard Schultz and family portraits and snapshots; Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks; the filming of Suzanne of the Mounties; historic views of Fort Benton, Montana and South Pass City, Wyoming. Photographers represented include H.T. Cowling and T.J. Hileman of Kalispell, Montana. NEW: "Online database for photograph access."

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/1
Photographs #1-31
(Arapaho Indians)
#1. Crafts-beading
#2-3. Crafts-hide
#4-13. Crafts-weaving
#14-25. Industry-mattresses
#28-31. Portraits
8/2
Photographs #32-68
(Blackfeet Indians)
#32-39. Glacier National Park
#40-49. Bernadotte
(1939)
#50. Big Beaver Eddie
(1932)
#51-54. Black boy, Ruben, etc.
#55-63. Browning Craft Shop - Collier
(L to R Mary Little Bull, Nora Spanish, Mary Old Rock, Little Plume)
#64-68. Browning Craft Shop - Pepion
8/3
Photographs #69-115
(Blackfeet Indians)
#69-83. Browning Craft Shop - Women
#84-86. Browning, winter
(1937)
#87. Buffalo Stone Ceremony
#88. John Ground
#89. Grandpier and Yellowtail
#90-94. Indian days
1965
#95. Medicine Boss Ribs and miniature tipis
#96-101. Lodges
#102. Medicine Boss Ribs
#103. Moving Picture. Suzanne of the Mounties.
Group including Schultz.
#104-115. Moving Picture. Suzanne of the Mounties.
Large groups.
8/4
Photographs #116-174
(Blackfeet Indians)
#116-120. Moving Picture. Suzanne of the Mounties.
Groups.
#121-122. Moving Picture. Suzanne of the Mounties.
Technicians.
#123. Old Bull and Butterfly leaving tobacco gardens
#121-130. Identified Individuals
#131. Reevis, Charley
#132. Roosevelt, Mrs. Eleanor
#133-143. Saint Mary's Craft Shop
#144. Short Fac and Sad Eyed
#145-156. Sun Lodge Ceremony
(1927)
#157. Tanning Hides
#158-159. Treaty of ?
#160-161. Two Bear
#162-166. Two Medicine Craft Workers
#167-168. Wolf Plume and Wife
#169-174. Yellow Kidney, Cecile (Insimiki)
8/5
Photographs #175-207
(Blood Indians)
#175-178. Big Sorrel Horse
#179-184. Horn Society Sun Lodge
#185. Crowfoot's grave
#186. Mrs. Little Dog (Imilaikwan)
#187. Horse Lodge
#188. Lodges
#189. Painted Bear Lodge
#190-204. Lodges
#205. Camp Circle
#206. James Willard Schultz and friends
#207. Portraits
(with 189 photo copy)
8/6
Photographs #208-215
#208. Kootney Brown
#209. Custer's Last Stand
#210. Major Alexander Culbertson
#211. Bull Team, Fort Benton
circa 1880
#212. Mule Team, Fort Benton
circa 1880
#213. Sketch, Fort Benton
1860
#214. Steamboat Rosebud
circa 1860*
#215. Sketch, Fort Union
1833
8/7
Photographs #216-230
#216-230. Glacier National Park
8/8
Photographs #231-248
#231-248. Glacier National Park
8/9
Photographs #249-269
#249-269. Glacier National Park
8/10
Photographs #270-290
#270-277. Guardipee, Eli (Take Gun First)
#278. George Houk
#279. Billy Jackson
#280. Group with James Willard Schultz
#281-286. Kutenai Lodges
#287. Red Horn andLodge (Chief David)
#288. McKenzie, Kenneth
#289. Hugh Monroe (Rising Wolf) and Morning Plume Wm. Jackson
#290. National Bison Range, Morse, Montana
8/11
Photographs #291-308
#291-298. North Plains Craft Assn. Shoshone/Arapaho/Blackfeet
#299-308. Hart Marriam (Long Wolf and James Willard Schultz)
#299. Hart Marriam (Long Wolf and James Willard Schultz)
#300-302. James Willard Schultz and Lone Wolf
#303. James Willard Schultz and Long Wolf (Hart Merriam Schultz)
#304. Long Wolf-St. Mary's Craft Shop
#305. Hart Merriam Schulz ?
#306-307. James Willard Schultz at cabin
#308. Long Wolf and James Willard Schultz
8/12
Photographs #309-341
#309-341. Archeology-Southwest
8/13
Photographs #342-366
#342-353. Portraits of James Willard Schultz
#354-358. Camp prints
#359. James Willard Schultz portraits-boy
#360. James Willard Schultz portraits-youth
#361. James Willard Schultz portraits-young man
#362-364. James Willard Schultz with Bear Head and Mrs. Bear Head
#365-366. James Willard Schultz Indians and Major Gotshall
8/14
Photographs #367-388
#367-371. Schultz Contest-Winning Boys for "American Boys"
#372. Monument of James Willard Schultz grave
#373. South West
#374. With Jack Haynes family
#375. James Willard Schultz family home New York
#376. Militray school
#377. With party in Glacier National Park
(note: 349, 374, 375, 376--oversize file)
#378-379. Sign Language
#380-388. James Willard Schultz with General Hugh Scott
circa 1915
8/15
Photographs #389-406
#389-403. Hunting and Fishing snapshots
#404. Jessie Donaldson Schultz in Indian dress
#405. James Williard Schultz mother
#406. Garden party, Mr. and Mrs. Philander P. Shultz
(stereo)
1857
9/1
Photographs #407-453
(Shoshone Indian)
#406-411. Indian-Dolls
#414-415. Ranching
#416-423. Sacajawea Birth and Burial
#412-413. Craftworkers
#424-453. Ceremonies with buffalo head
9/2
Photographs #454-474
#454-474. Waterton Lakes National Park
9/3
Photographs #475-494
#475-494. Waterton Lakes National Park
9/4
Photographs #495-509
#495-509. Waterton Lakes National Park
9/5
Photographs #510-527
#510-515. Unidentified
#516-520. South Pass City, Wyoming
#521-522. Buffalo
#523-524. Crow Indians
#525. Napi (Old Man--story included)
#526. "Sits Down"
#527. Tipi Rings (Madison River)
July 1956
9/6
Negatives #1-96; 189
1, 28, 29a, 29b, 30a, 30b, 31, 38, 49, 50, 59, 61, 65, 66, 67, 68, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 81, 83, 89, 95, 96, 189
9/7
Negatives #101-148; 279; 303
101, 103, 104, 107, 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 121, 122, 134, 138, 142, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 279, 303
9/8
Negatives #151-298; 364
151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 162, 164, 165, 169, 170, 172, 180, 187, 214, 270, 275, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 289, 291, 292, 293, 295, 298, 364
9/9
Negatives #306-398
306, 311, 312, 313, 322, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351, 354, 356, 359, 360, 362, 365, 367, 368, 369, 372, 373, 374, 375, 376, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 390, 391, 394, 395, 398
9/10
Negatives #399-527
399, 400, 401, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 409, 411, 413, 414, 416, 527
9/11-12
Unidentifed negatives
9/13
Duplicate prints, photographs #1-31
9/14
Duplicate prints, photographs #32-174
9/15
Duplicate prints, photographs #175-207
9/16
Duplicate prints, photographs #270-527
Prints removed to oversize storage: #214, 349, 374, 375, 376

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Arapaho Indians-Photographs
  • Indians of North America-Montana
  • Indians of North America-Montana-Photographs
  • Kainah Indians-Photographs
  • Kootenai Indians-Photographs
  • Shoshoni Indians-Photographs
  • Siksika Indians-History
  • Siksika Indians-Interviews
  • Siksika Indians-Photographs
  • Personal Names :
  • Schultz, James Willard,-1859-1947
  • Schultz, James Willard,-1859-1947-Manuscripts
  • Geographical Names :
  • Glacier National Park (Mont.)