Rev. Albert Stake And Seminole Indians Stuart; Fla

Color postcard; ''Rev. Albert Stake and Seminole Indians Stuart; Fla.''; postmarked 1921

Description (physical):

Postcard; 5 3/8'' x 3 3/8''

Location:
34725 W Boundary Rd Big Cypress Indian Reservation,Florida 33440
Identifier:
2001.33.1
Institution:
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

Seminole Indian Children At Chief Wm. Mckinley Osceola Village

Date:
circa 1900

Black and white real photo postcard with image of six Seminole boys. The four oldest boys were patchwork shirts and pants. The two younger boys are wearing patchwork big shirts. The white printing at the bottom of the image reads, "Seminole Indian Children at Chief WM. McKinley Osceola Village." There is no handwriting on the back, although the postcard printing is printed upside-down in orientation to the image on the front.

Description (physical):

Postcard; 5 3/8'' x 3 3/8''

Location:
34725 W Boundary Rd Big Cypress Indian Reservation,Florida 33440
Identifier:
2001.31.1
Institution:
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

Seminole Indian Silver Springs; Fla

Date:
circa 1900

1 of 4 postcards; B&W real photo postcard; Woman in traditional clothes and beads. ''Seminole Indian Silver Springs; Fla''

Description (physical):

Postcard; 5 3/8'' x 3 3/8''

Location:
34725 W Boundary Rd Big Cypress Indian Reservation,Florida 33440
Identifier:
2001.27.1
Institution:
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

Musa Isle Indian Village Miami; Fla

Date:
circa 1900

2 of 4 postcards; B&W real photo postcard; ''Musa Isle Indian Village; Miami Fla'' group of 12 people w/one possible non-Indian in back

Description (physical):

Postcard; 5 3/8'' x 3 3/8''

Location:
34725 W Boundary Rd Big Cypress Indian Reservation,Florida 33440
Identifier:
2001.27.2
Institution:
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

A Seminole Kitchen

Date:
circa 1900

3 of 4 postcards; B&W real photo postcard; ''A Seminole Kitchen'' family cooking under chickee

Description (physical):

Postcard; 5 3/8'' x 3 3/8''

Location:
34725 W Boundary Rd Big Cypress Indian Reservation,Florida 33440
Identifier:
2001.27.3
Institution:
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

Musa Isle Indian Village; Miami, Fla

Date:
circa 1900

Black and white real photo postcard of a tourist family (mother, father and two children) posing with a Seminole husband and wife in front of a chickee. The caption at the bottom of the image reads "Musa Isle Indian Village, Miami, Fla." The reverse of the postcard has designated areas for correspondence and address but no handwritten message. 4 of 4 postcards

Description (physical):

Postcard; 5 3/8'' x 3 3/8''

Location:
34725 W Boundary Rd Big Cypress Indian Reservation,Florida 33440
Identifier:
2001.27.4
Institution:
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

Smallwood's Store Ole Indian Trading Post

Date:
circa 1900

Black and white photograph postcard. The image is of four Seminole men standing in front of Smallwood's store the Ole Indian Trading Post. The location is noted by the writing on top of the image. The sign on the building, however, reads Post Office, Chokoloskee, Fla. The names of the men are also written on the postcard. From left to right they are Tommy Osceola, Tigertail, Cypress, and Dixie. There is no written message on the back of the postcard.

Description (physical):

Postcard; 5 3/8'' x 3 3/8''

Location:
34725 W Boundary Rd Big Cypress Indian Reservation,Florida 33440
Identifier:
2001.28.1
Institution:
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

Smallwood's Store; Seminole Indian Girl; Chokoloskee, Fla; 1,000 Islands

Date:
circa 1900

B&W real photo postcard; 2 of 2 postcards; ''Smallwood's Store - Seminole Indian Girl Chokoloskee; Fla - 10;000 Islands''

Description (physical):

Postcard; 5 3/8'' x 3 3/8''

Location:
34725 W Boundary Rd Big Cypress Indian Reservation,Florida 33440
Identifier:
2001.28.2
Institution:
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

Seminole Indian Village

Date:
April 16, 1905

B&W real photo postcard; Large group/family pose; ''Seminole Indian Village''. Card show the Seminole Indian Village which was an exhibit used at the Century of Progress in 1933 in Chicago. card is unused.

Description (physical):

Postcard; 5 3/8'' x 3 3/8''

Location:
34725 W Boundary Rd Big Cypress Indian Reservation,Florida 33440
Identifier:
2001.29.1
Institution:
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

Seminole Indians In The Everglades

Date:
April 22, 1905

Color linen postcard of a Seminole man and woman seated on a wood platform making crafts. The woman is making a doll and the man is carving a sofkee spoon. Dolls, toy canoes and baskets are on the platform on platform in front of them. Above the image is printed "M-9 "Seminole Indians in the Everglades"" and below the image is printed "6A-H1705". This postcard has the textured feel of linen postcards with a high rag content (1930-50s). Printed on the back of the postcard is "Thomas R. West, Miami, Fla. C.T. Art Colortone Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. Made only by Curtteich & Co. Inc., Chicago." There is a handwritten message and address on the postcard. The address is: Blanch Yaugler, 131 E. 204th St. Cleveland , Ohio. The message reads, "This is the way the Indians dress when cooking for company. - Other wise a pretty dirty job. Glad you are home from the hospital. Uncle F said he was going after you - Aunt Alice." (?) There is a green stamp with George Washington's profile on it. The postmark reads Miami, Fla., Feb 25, 1939, 10:30pm and "Buy U.S. Savings Bonds Ask Your Postmaster."

Description (physical):

Postcard; 5 3/8'' x 3 3/8''

Location:
34725 W Boundary Rd Big Cypress Indian Reservation,Florida 33440
Identifier:
2001.30.1
Institution:
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum