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Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Painted leather envelope parfleche Unidentified Native American 89.71 paint, hide
Painted leather parfleche envelope Unidentified Native American 89.102 hide, paint
Painted leather envelope parfleche Unidentified Native American 89.77 hide, paint
Pair of toy parfleche envelopes Unidentified Native American; Crow 89.109a-b hide, leather, paint, cloth
Painted leather parfleche Unidentified Native American 89.19 paint, hide
Painted leather envelope parfleche Unidentified Native American 89.66 paint, hide
Parfleche envelope painted with geometric designs Unidentified Native American; Cheyenne 89.98 rawhide, paint, semi-tanned hide
Sioux Parfleche & Other Artifacts Emil William Lenders American 1827.23.7 watercolor and pencil on paper
From Charles M. Russell to Joe Scheuerle Charles Marion Russell, Joe Scheuerle American TU2009.39.318 ink on paper
From Charles M. Russell to Joe Scheuerle Charles Marion Russell, Joe Scheuerle American TU2009.39.423 ink on paper
Woman's beaded moccasins with geometric designs and interior parfleche soles Unidentified, Emil William Lenders Native American; Cheyenne 84.400a-b semi-tanned hide, rawhide with hair, glass, sinew (pigment from a previous use of rawhide not part of the mocassin design)