Seattle Now & Then: The Heroic John McGraw
(click to enlarge photos) Here facing southeast from his own little park stands this state’s second governor, John Harte McGraw — born in 1850, dead by typhoid in 1910, honored by public subs…
Issued by Allen & Ginter | John Yellow Flower, Ute, from the American Indian Chiefs series (N2) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Trade cards from the "American Indian Chiefs" series (N2), issued in 1888 in a series of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter Brand Cigarettes.
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Lakota Morning Star, True White Buffalo Calf Woman and Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy
Beloved Kerrie, Inline response below. I am cw: for wb (White Buffalo) Calf Woman, &lt;img src="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_9cyGfLY1-ao/Stml-WnrjAI/AAAAAAAAAKA/R-XFFZd8yQQ/S45/Mypics%2B373_edited.jpg" width="35" height="35" class="photo" alt=""&gt;Kerrie said...(ke: for Kerrie) ke: Hi, I received your email thank you, how do you know me? cw: I was looking for images for Grandmother Going Places and ran across an image, on your blog. I try to make it a courtesy to write to others, when…