Inscribed, on reverse, in graphite, lower left, in script: Mrs. E. P. Green / 17958 Hatton / Reseda Di 2-8323 [crossed out]; on side, inscribed: 5; stamped, lower left, in ink, three times: LANSBURGH [semi-circle] / in graphite, 1987 [in one stamp]; inscribed, below, in graphite: Santa Fe, N M
Native American Ledger Drawings from the Hood Museum of Art: The Mark Lansburgh Collection, Friends and Owen Robertson Cheatham Galleries, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 2-December 19, 2010.
Nineteenth-Century Ledger Drawings, The Lansburgh Collection, Nedra Matteucci Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 10-31, 2000.
Peripheral Visions(s): Perspectives on the "Indian" image by 19th century Northern Plains warrior-artists, McMaster University Museum of Art, Hamilton, Ontario, August 24-December 20, 2019.
Nineteenth-Century Ledger Drawings, The Lansburgh Collection, [brochure], Santa Fe: Nedra Matteucci Galleries, 2000, ill.
Colonel Rodney G. Thomas (United States Army, Retired), Rubbing Out Long Hair Pehin Hanska Kasota, the American Indian Story of the Little Big Horn in Art and Word, Spanaway, Washington: Elk Plain Press, 2009, p. 290, figure 17.
Colin G. Calloway, Editor, Ledger Narratives, The Plains Indian Drawings of the Lansburgh Collection at Dartmouth College, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press (published in cooperation with the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire), 2012, p. 183, plate 137.
Chartrand, Rheanne, Gerald McMaster, Janet Catherine Berlo, Paul Chaat Smith, and Jeff Thomas. Revision(s). Ontario: McMaster University, 2019. page 118.
Possibly owned by Mrs. E. P. Green, Reseda, California; Mark Lansburgh, Santa Fe, New Mexico, by 1987; acquired by present collection through a partial gift and partial purchase, 2007.
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