From caption: Mrs. Frank Church tries crushing grain while visiting the Strategic Hamlet north of Dalat in Tuyen Duo Province, Republic of South Vietnam. Also pictured are three young women outside a hut with a small white dog.
Two pages taken from Robert W. Limbert's sketchbook that he kept while living in Nebraska. It includes handwritten directions related to proportions and measurements for taxidermy purposes and a drawing of proportions for the dog/wolf.
Maupin, Cliff; Walker, Joseph B.; Van Tuyle, Bert, 1878-1951; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
Cast and crew of Nell Shipman's film "Something New." From left to right: Cliff Maupin, cinematographer Joseph B. Walker, Bert Van Tuyle (putting on make-up at the mirror), and Nell Shipman (revising the script) with her dog Laddie.
Nell Shipman, in one of the publicity stills from her Shipman-Curwood Productions album. The caption under the photo as published in the Los Angeles Times on July 31, 1918, reads "Nell Shipman as Nepeese / The Indian girl who became the 'close...
Sandoz, Mari, 1896-1966--Criticism and interpretation; Women and literature--United States--History--20th century; Frontier and pioneer life in literature; West (U.S.)--Intellectual life; Indians in literature; Nebraska in literature;