CHIEF JACK LONGHORNE - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CIRCA 1947 - HFSID 156763
Sale Price $180.00
CHIEF JACK LONGHORNE
3x5 color photo, signed on verso, shown in a 1947 parade
Photograph signed on verso: "1947/Jack Longhorne/Delaware/Indian". Color 3¼x5¼. Candid photo, taken in 1947. Jack Longhorne was a Chief of the Delaware (Lenape) Indians, originally an important tribe but forcibly removed westward until by 1947 they most were living in Oklahoma. A sign visible on the parade route suggests that it took place in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, which was the headquarters of the Delaware Nation until a controversial court ruling in 2004 withdrew recognition from the Delaware, sanctioning the tribe's absorption into the Cherokee Nation. The life of Jack Longhorne merits further research. Photograph age discolored and creased from writing on verso. Printing on verso (no show-through).
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