Alexander Gardner (American). Kangi-Sha-Pa or Kan-Gah-Sa-Pah (Black Crow), Brulé Lakota . 1872. Albumen silver print. The Daniel Wolf Landscape Photography Collection: Funds from Mr. and Mrs. George G. Anderman, Nancy L. Benson, Florence R. and Ralph L. Burgess Trust, 1990 Collectors' Choice, J. Rathbone Falck, General Service Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Hewit, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Leede, Pauline A. and George R. Morrison Trust, Frederick and Jan Mayer, Newmont Mining Corporation, O'Shaughnessy Fund, Volunteer Endowment Fund, Ginny Williams, Estelle Wolf, anonymous donors, and the generosity of our visitors, with additional support from the voters who created the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. 1991.258.92.
image height: 5.25 in, 13.3350 cm; image width: 4 in, 10.1600 cm; mat height: 14 in, 35.5600 cm; mat width: 11 in, 27.9400 cm
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