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J.A. Shuck Collection

   J.A. Shuck was a professional photographer who worked in El Reno, Oklahoma Territory, from 1904 until his death in 1952. This collection consists of 172 photographs; most taken in Shuck's studio in El Reno, or in the geographical vicinity. More than half of the pictures are studio portraits of Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians in native dress. The other photographs in the collection include scenes of Indian encampments and ceremonies, teachers and students at the Concho Indian School, people at the Darlington Indian Agency, and military events at Fort Reno.

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For more information on the J.A. Shuck Collection, contact the Western History Collections.
To view the complete J.A. Shuck Collection, visit the Western History Collections
at the University of Oklahoma, Room 452, Monnet Hall, 630 Parrington Oval, Norman, Oklahoma, 73019.

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