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BACK... rrrSchool 1887-88 arle \ambert. Jimmie :7'77E - D BULL, POPLAR -- B7_7,SHED He' hake Buta - Red Elk Taken about 1890.# John Lone Dog, Poplar, taken in 1888. First Indian cattleman on this reservation. Ranch was 2 mi. southeast of Poplar. First Chief of Police for Riverside District.# Red Buffalo Woman - Belva Lone Dog - about 7 years old. Daughter of John Lone Dog. Photo taken in 1888.# Vina & Alan Spotted Bull with grandmother, Lucy Lone Dog, wife of John Lone Dog. Pic- ' ture taken about 1920.# Leon and Belva Spotted Bull, wedding picture, taken be- tween 1910-15.# Vina Spotted Full, daughter of Leon & Belva Spotted IMA. Taken about 1925.# ;-: