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Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Wood soup paddle with zig zag ink design on tip near blue dyed leather tie Louis Fish Native American; Muscogee (Creek) 82.187 wood, hide, ink, dye
Soup paddle Louis Fish Native American; Muscogee (Creek) 82.188 wood
Woven dance belt with fringe made from commercial yarn colored in blue, red, orange, and white Florence Brown Native American; Muscogee (Creek) 95.22 wool
Native American Church bolo tie Rusty Lowe Native American; Muscogee (Creek), Seminole 84.2954 hide, beads, nickel, silver, thread, nylon, elastic
Woven dance belt made of commercial yarn colored in pink and teal Florence Brown Native American; Muscogee (Creek) 95.21 wool
Letter from Stone to Dean Krakel, Director, regarding various sale opportunities, mentions Philbrook exhibit Willard Stone Native American; Cherokee descent 3827.3362 ink and pencil on paper
Leaflet advertising Carolyn Thomas Foreman's publication titled Park Hill, Oklahoma Native American, Cherokee 5327.333 ink on paper
Envelope addressed to Mr. William G. Robinson Native American, Cherokee 4026.3549 ink on paper
Creek Council House, 1878, Okmulgee Vinson Lackey American 01.1450 oil on canvas
Wooden ladle with burnt and carved designs Unknown Native American; Muscogee (Creek) 73.118 wood