Guide to the Cull A. White Photographs and Negatives
PC 86

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
White, Cull A., 1889-1964.
Title
Cull A. White Photographs and Negatives
ID
PC 86
Date [inclusive]
1861-1950
Extent
1.5 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract
The collection consists of photographs and negatives taken or collected by Cull A. White. Most of the images are of the north-central region of Washington State. Included are photographs of Chief Jim James, Howard Ball, Henry Covington, Cleveland Kamiakin, Chief Moses, and John McAdam Webster.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries

http://www.libraries.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

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Controlled Access Headings

Subject(s)

  • Frontier and pioneer life -- Washington (State) -- Photographs.
  • Indians of North America -- Washington (State) -- Photographs.
  • Native Americans, Photographs

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Collection Inventory

Box Folder

Arickaree woman plastering her house 

1 1

Anton, Park, son of Charles, and unidentified man 

1 2

Five unidentified Native American men 

1 2

Unidentified female students at Cushman Indian School 

1 2

Unidentified male and female students at Cushman Indian School 

1 2

Unidentified Native American boy holding a baby 

1 2

Unidentified young man and two children, riding in a carriage 

1 2

Unidentified family portrait 

1 2

Bannock Indian Woman, 112 years old 

1 3

Bill, Matthew 

1 4

Black Ferry - Early Gold Placer 

1 5

Ray Hunter, Joe Hodgen, Glenn Hunter, and Jack Fuller and sheep on "Lady of the Lake" 

1 5

Brunot Hall, School for Girls, Spokane 

1 6

Budd, Jack - noted Train Robber 

1 7

Burge, Milt 

1 8

Burge, M.O. (?) 

1 8

C.M. Longmire, Milt Burge, Guy Longmire 

1 8

Burge, Andy with son Mariam (?) Francis 

1 8

Burge Homestead in Wenas 

1 8

Burge, Elizabeth Powell 

1 8

Busload of Men 

1 9

Canary, Martha Jane (Calamity Jane) 

1 10

Cilico-Ki-Sas-Kin, Father of Coxit George 92-093 

1 11

Cody, William Frederick (Buffalo Bill Cody) 

1 12

Columbia River 

1 13

Sanpoil River 

1 13

Covington, Bob at the 1905 Portland World's Fair 92-096 

1 14

Curlew, Billy 96-074 

1 15

Billy Curlew, Harry Nanampkin, Cleveland Kamiakin 92-071 

1 16

Cull A. White (front, center) with others, including Billy Curlew, Harry Nanampkin, Cleveland Kamiakin 

1 16

The Dalles, Oregon, Pease & Mays Store 

1 17

DeSmet, Father Pierre Jean and Indian Chiefs at Close of the Oregon War 

1 18

Drumheller Flock Ranging, March 11, 1947 

1 19

Drumheller, Jerome, c. 1885 

1 20

Drumheller, Jerome and Grace Drumheller, California 1890s 

1 21

Drumheller, Jerome with party, California 1890s 

1 22

Drumheller, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, 1861 

1 23

Dry Coulee, north of Soap Lake, rock carving 92-086 

1 24

Dunn, Mrs. Millie, son James, and sister Bell Elwell 

1 25

Entiat, Washington 

1 26

Ephrata Depot 

1 27

Father of the Methow Valley 92-082 

1 28

Ferry "Okanogan" run by "Wild Goose Bill" Condon, 1880s 92-087 

1 29

Fife, Thomas X. and John M. Fife, tombstone 

1 30

Original site of Fort Colville, near Kettle Falls 

1 31

Unidentified Native American woman and Spokane Police Officer 

1 32

Women at Fort Spokane 

1 32

Young Native American boys at Fort Spokane Boarding School 

1 32

Young boys and girls at Fort Spokane Boarding School 

1 32

Young men, women, and children at Fort Spokane Boarding School 

1 32

Male baseball players at Fort Spokane Boarding School 

1 32

Nez Perce at Nespelem 

1 33

Nez Perce at Nespelem 

1 33

Nez Perce at Nespelem 

1 33

Nez Perce at Nespelem 

1 33

Chief Joseph 

1 33

Judge William Compton Brown in Minnesota 

1 33

Judge William Compton Brown with companions in Minnesota 

1 33

Judge William Compton Brown in Mexico 

1 33

Boat at Five Finger Rapids, Yukon River 

1 33

Boat at Five Finger Rapids, Yukon River 

1 33

Homebuilt harness 

1 33

Whipsaw, April, 1898, on Tagish lake, Alaska 

1 33

Judge William Compton Brown 

1 33

Bateaux 

1 33

Judge William Compton Brown with horses 

1 33

Dog team 

1 33

Judge William Compton Brown at Republic 

1 33

Horse race at Republic 

1 33

Outdoor gathering 

1 33

Judge William Compton Brown with dog 

1 33

Chiliwhist Jim 

1 33

Steamer North Star lining Guthrie Rapids 

1 33

Chief Moses and other Native American leaders of the 1879 delegation to Washington, DC 

1 33

Black Horn, Charlie Wil-Pachen, Cleveland Kamiakin 

1 33

Chief Peo, Chief Homile, Young Chief Cayuse, John McBain, Showaway, Chief Walt 

1 33

Mary Madeline, age 103 

1 33

Owhi (Looks like Chief David Williams) 

1 33

Chief David Williams (Looks like Owhi) 

1 33

Chief Skolaskin 

1 33

Andrew Johnson or Robert Hayes 

1 33

Chief Moses 

1 33

Lo-quat (kokout) Nez Perce and Indian policeman with Keller Charles 

1 33

Ox cart, Chihuahua, Mexico, May, 1897 

1 33

Mule carts, Chihuahua, Mexico, May, 1897 

1 33

Dog team and driver near Tagish Lake 

1 33

Transporting supplies, near Tagish Lake 

1 33

Main street in Skaguay 

1 33

Moose killed near Stewart River, Yukon Territory 

1 33

Prospecting Stewart River 

1 33

Judge William Compton Brown (?) on bike 

1 33

Unidentified Chinese Man in Western town 

1 33

Women on horses in Fourth of July Parade 

1 33

Chief Joseph 

1 33

Judge William Compton Brown (?) 

1 33

Unidentified man with horse and teepee in background 

1 33

Four-horse Stagecoach 

1 33

Unidentified Military Officer 

1 33

Unidentified Native American man 

1 33

Steamer Okanogan 

1 33

Lithograph of A.M. Pease (?) 

1 33

Unidentified Furtrapper and Horse loaded with furs 

1 33

Native Americans on horses 

1 33

Jackson Sundown at 1916 Pendleton Round-up 

1 33

Native Americans on horses 

1 33

Emily Paul and Charley Frank, Yakama Indians 

1 33

Native American women on horses 

1 33

Steamer North Star and Chas. Borsen (?) 

1 33

Native Americans on horses 

1 33

Friedlander, Nellie Moses, George or Emily (?), Isabel Friedlander, and Mary Moses 92-092 

1 34

Grand Coulee Dam 

1 35

Grand Coulee Dam 

1 35

Heaverlo, Jesse and granddaughters Linda and Judy 

1 36

Hil-ketsa, Pete, "Genuine Colville" 92-091 

1 37

Howard, General O.O. 

1 38

Geo. Hull, Owner of Yakima's Finest Horses 

1 39

Ray Hunter, Joe Hodgen, Glenn Hunter, and Jack Fuller and sheep on Lady of the Lake 

1 40

J.R. Jarman and Sheriff Sam Hutchinson, standing at 7'4 

1 41

Trick-Riding, presumably at the 1916 Ephrata Rodeo 

1 41

Unidentified men standing near roped and tied horse 

1 41

Hutchinson, Ben on horse, Huckleberry, at 1916 Ephrata Rodeo 

1 41

C.M. Longmire, Milt Burge, Guy Longmire 

1 41

Men on horses, with family in horse-drawn wagon 

1 41

Bucking Contest at 1916 Ephrata Rodeo 

1 41

Unidentified Native American policeman and family 

1 42

Indian Teepee [MISSING, 6-1-2011] 

1 43

Unidentified Native American man and Chief Jim James of the Colville Tribe, at Grand Coulee Dam 

1 44

James, Chief Jim, Howard Ball and Henry Covington 92-100 

1 45

James, Chief Jim, Cleveland Kamiakin and Billy Curlew 92-088 

1 46

Jemima, the most celebrated basket maker of the Northwest 92-101 

1 47

Jennings, Chuck and Stage Coach vs. Air Mail 

1 48

Chief Joseph 

1 49

Chief Joseph painting at Spokane Public Library 

1 49

Postcard of Chief Joseph 

1 49

Kamiakin, Cleveland and Billy Curlew, May 1, 1950 92-075 

1 50

Kettle Falls 

1 51

Kettle Falls 

1 51

Steamer Paul Bunyan passing over Kettle Falls 

1 51

Kettle Falls 

1 52

Jennie Page Hall LaFleur, daughter of Major Page 92-065 

1 53

Long Hair Alec, Jennie LaFleur, and unidentified Native American woman, all on horseback 92-066 

1 53

Lake Roosevelt 

1 54

Roy Kerswill and Monty Alford with their canoe on Lake Roosevelt 

1 54

Liptrap, Thomas, William Henry "Bill" Liptrap, and their Mule Freight Team 

1 55

Liptrap, Charley and his sisters, Okanogan, 1890s 

1 56

Long Alec (Skot-se-che-lawe) also called "Rolling on the Ground" 92-085 

2 57

Longmire, Merritt 

2 58

Longmire, Merritt 

2 58

Lynch, Jennie (Nelson) and son Willy 92-098 

2 59

McDonald, Dr. Archibald 

2 60

McDonald, Benjamin (son of Archibald McDonald) 92-090 

2 61

McDonald, Angus (nephew of Archibald McDonald) 

2 61

McKee, Ruth Karr 

2 62

McWhorter, Lucullus V. 

2 63

Madeline, Mary, age 103 92-089 

2 64

Moses, Chief 

2 65

Moses, Mary Owhi (wife of Chief Moses) 92-077 

2 66

Moses, Nellie (daughter of Chief Moses) 92-076 

2 67

Thomas X. Fife Boy Scout Camp Dedication 

2 68

Nelson, Jack at Thomas X. Fife Boy Scout Camp Dedication 

2 68

Unidentified Women, Men, and child at Thomas X. Fife Boy Scout Camp Dedication 

2 68

Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 92-103 

2 69

Native Americans on horses 

2 70

Nespelem 

2 70

Nespelem George, Mrs. 92-079 

2 71

Olney, Major Nathan, father of George Olney 

2 72

James, Jim (?), Peter Dan Moses, Harry Owhi, George Friedlander, Life William, Harry Nanankin 92-084 

2 73

Osborne, Charley 

2 74

Owhi, Harry and [unknown] 92-083 

2 75

Ox Team Display with Conestoga Wagon, post-card 

2 76

Photograph of Painting of Native Americans 

2 77

Photograph of Painting of Native Americans 

2 77

Paradis family of Colville 

2 78

Paradis, "Grandpa," of Colville 

2 79

Pingston, Mrs. Alfred (Martina) 92-067 

2 80

Pingston, Mrs. Alfred (Martina) holding unidentified child 92-068 

2 80

Plan of the Battle of the Four Lakes, of 1858 

2 81

Plan of Colonel Steptoe's Battlefield on the Ingossomen Creek, of 1858 

2 82

"Poker Joe," George Comedown, Robert Johnson, and Tommeo at Fort Spokane, 1910-1911 92-078 

2 83

Rain-in-the-Face, [Sioux Chief] 

2 84

Reeder, John, Freight Line 

2 85

Republic, Washington, horse race 

2 86

St. Paul, Cashmere (in middle) with friends 92-081 

2 87

Sandpoint, Idaho, light plant 

2 88

Schelly, John, hauling wheat, 1917 

2 89

Seaton, Sam J., May 7, 1948 

2 90

Sharkey, Fred J., December 5, 1949 

2 91

Slada Lakes Trail, old irrigation flume, August 15, 1939 

2 92

Hiram "Okanogan" Smith's Cabin 

2 93

Smitkin, Mrs., and Mrs. Michele 92-094 

2 94

Snively, Harry, Jr., and Jim, Chinese cook, 1892 

2 95

Snively, Harry, Jr., and Jim, Chinese cook, 1893 

2 95

Snively, Harry, Jr., and hounds 

2 96

Snively, Harry, Jr., on Welsh pony, 1896 

2 97

Standing Holy, daughter of Sitting Bull, 1885 

2 98

Standing Rock Agency, Dakota Terr., Sioux Encampment 

2 99

Stanton, Mathias, family cabin, 1894 

2 100

Steamer Columbia on Columbia River, 1900 

2 101

Steamer North Star and Chas. Borsen (?) 

2 102

Steamer North Star, and high bridge 

2 103

Steamer Okanogan coming down stream 92-102 

2 104

Steveson, Rebecca and family 

2 105

Unidentified young man 

2 106

Tonasket, Antonia 92-099 

2 107

Toppenish, Washington, Community Day, June 10, 1921 automobile "polo" 

2 108

Troy, [Idaho], post office 

2 109

Unidentified man, possibly Jerome Drumheller 

2 110

Unidentified Native American Women and Child, walking away 

2 110

Unidentified young boy and girl 

2 110

Unidentified child and baby at historical marker 

2 110

Unidentified young boy wearing cowboy hat and chaps, riding a horse. 

2 110

Log Cabin 

2 110

Unidentified Native Americans on horses 

2 110

Log Cabin 

2 110

Dog on the hood of a delivery truck 

2 110

Unidentified woman 

2 110

Unidentified man and Native American woman 

2 110

Two unidentified men 

2 110

Unidentified Native American man, walking away 

2 110

Horses 

2 110

Unidentified Native American women with baby 

2 110

Unidentified Native American man 

2 110

Unidentified man 

2 110

Three unidentified men, with large waterfall in background 

2 110

Two unidentified Native American women on horses 

2 110

Two unidentified Native American women on horses 

2 110

Unidentified man and woman, on horses 

2 110

Hunting party 

2 110

Interior of a bank, with employees 

2 110

Unidentified Native American man, holding calumet 

2 110

Unidentified Native American man, sitting inside teepee 

2 110

Team of Oxen 

2 110

Unidentified family, riding in a horse-drawn carriage 

2 110

Horses 

2 110

Unidentified elderly couple 

2 111

Unidentified family, with horses, in front of their house 

2 112

Log Cabin, covered in snow 

2 112

Unidentified family, with horses and guns, in front of their house 

2 112

Two unidentified Native American men in traditional dress 

2 113

Three unidentified Native American men in traditional dress, playing drums 

2 113

Unidentified Native American woman 

2 114

Unidentified landscape 

2 115

Unidentified men at waterfall 

2 115

Lumber processing 

2 115

Unidentified farm 

2 115

Camping near large trees 

2 115

Unidentified family portrait 

2 116

Unidentified woman 

2 116

Section of Vantage Rock art taken to Ellensburg, WA 

2 117

Wapato, Peter, with his cousin Arcot 92-104 

2 118

Waring, Guy, "L 5" orchard, October 22, 1911 

2 119

Webster, John McAdam and Major James McLaughlin 

2 120

Webster, John McAdam (middle) with unidentified woman and man 

2 121

Webster, Winifred, daughter of J. McA. Webster 

2 122

Wellpochese and family 92-095 

2 123

Two unidentified Native American men, Billy Curlew, and Cull A. White 

2 124

White, Cull A. (second from left), and friends at dinner 92-073 

2 124

White, Cull A. (second from left), and friends at dinner 

2 124

White, Cull A. (left), and friends at dinner 

2 124

Friends of Cull A. White 

2 124

Unidentified woman, and Cull A. White, wearing a combination of traditional Native American and pioneer clothing 

2 125

White, Cull A. (second from left), and others wearing traditional Native American and pioneer clothing 

2 125

White, Cull A. (second from left), and others wearing traditional Native American and pioneer clothing 

2 125

Unidentified women and child wearing traditional Native American and pioneer clothing 

2 125

Wild Horses herded to ferry on Columbia River, 1927 

2 126

Yakima, Washington, Northern Pacific railroad stockyards, Harry Snively, Jr., shipping cattle 

2 127

Yakima City, Washington, 1884 

2 128

Yakima City, Washington, 1884 

2 128

Yellow Wolf, Mrs. Minnie 92-097 

2 129

Negatives 

3