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Tags: bags (accessories carried)

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Leather parfleche painted with primary colors Unidentified Native American 89.205 hide, paint
Leather parfleche with painted geometric designs Carol Rachlin, Unidentified Native American; Plains 89.207 hide, paint
Leather parfleche painted with primary colors Carol Rachlin, Unidentified Native American; Plains 89.208 hide, paint
Leather parfleche with painted geometric designs Unidentified Native American 89.63 hide, paint
Leather parfleche with painted geometric designs Unidentified Native American 89.67 hide, paint
Painted leather parfleche Unidentified Native American 89.79 hide, paint
Bandolier bag with beaded floral designs on wool Unidentified, Gregory Perino Native American; possibly Shawnee or Delaware 84.835a-b glass, wool
Commercial tobacco bag Dominic Daniels Native American; Osage 84.1175a cotton, burlap
Strike-a-light bag with beading and metal jingles Unidentified Native American; possibly Cheyenne or Arapaho 84.565 hide, glass, metal
Bone hairpipe beaded bandolier with faceted glass beads Unidentified Native American; Sac & Fox 84.120 bone, glass
Rawhide parfleche envelope with geometric designs Unidentified Native American; Cheyenne 89.94 rawhide, semi-tanned skin, paint
Beaded strike-a-light bag made of hide with metal cone fringe Unidentified Native American; Comanche 84.566 hide, glass, metal
Beaded bag with thunderbird and circular designs Unidentified Native American; Cheyenne 84.571 hide, glass
Beaded strike-a-light bag of hide with fringe Unidentified Native American; Comanche 84.570 hide, metal, glass
Leather bag with beaded thunderbird design Unidentified Native American; Kiowa 84.598 hide, glass
Possible bag with geometric beaded designs and metal cone ornaments with horse hair Emil William Lenders Native American; Otoe-Missouria (artist and user) 84.611 hide, glass, metal, horsehair
Hide possible bag with cone metal jingles and horsehair Unidentified, Emil William Lenders Native American; Osage 84.614 hide, glass, metal, horsehair
Native American Church alligator bag with handle and metal hinges Unidentified Native American 87.12 hide (alligator), metal
Rawhide envelope with geometric designs Unidentified, Joseph Henry Sharp Collection Native American; possibly Apache or Arapaho (artist and user) 89.101 hide, pigment
Pair of toy parfleche envelopes Unidentified Native American; Crow 89.109a-b hide, leather, paint, cloth