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A.F. Randall

RANDALL A.F. Geronimo

Bonhams
Apr 7, 2014
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A.F. Randall - Geronimo

A.F. Randall - Geronimo

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GERONIMO. 1829-1909.

RANDALL, A.F. Albumen print boudoir cabinet card, 7 3/4 x 4 5/8 inches, mounted on gold-rimmed cardstock, [La Cuecas, N.M.], May 16, 1884, with photographer's stamp and copyright slip pasted to verso, titled in negative "Geronimo, Chiricahua Chief," spotting, card edges somewhat rubbed.

A full-length portrait of the legendary Bedonkohe Apache leader taken a couple of years before he surrendered to the U.S. Army in 1886. Geronimo had been a fierce and evasive opponent of Mexico and the U.S. ever since 1851 when a company of Mexican soldiers attacked his camp and killed his mother, wife and three children among many others. The white settlers would come to consider him the "worst Indian who ever lived."
A.F. Randall - Geronimo

A.F. Randall - Geronimo

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GERONIMO. 1829-1909.

RANDALL, A.F. Albumen print boudoir cabinet card, 7 3/4 x 4 5/8 inches, mounted on gold-rimmed cardstock, [La Cuecas, N.M.], May 16, 1884, with photographer's stamp and copyright slip pasted to verso, titled in negative "Geronimo, Chiricahua Chief," spotting, card edges somewhat rubbed.

A full-length portrait of the legendary Bedonkohe Apache leader taken a couple of years before he surrendered to the U.S. Army in 1886. Geronimo had been a fierce and evasive opponent of Mexico and the U.S. ever since 1851 when a company of Mexican soldiers attacked his camp and killed his mother, wife and three children among many others. The white settlers would come to consider him the "worst Indian who ever lived."
A.F. Randall - Chief Loco—warm Springs Apache.

A.F. Randall - Chief Loco—warm Springs Apache.

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CHIEF LOCO—WARM SPRINGS APACHE.

RANDALL, A.F. Albumen print cabinet card, 8 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches, May 16, 1884, [La Cuecas, N.M.], with photographer's stamp and copyright slip pasted to verso, light wear, mainly to card stock, image with slight fading, but an excellent example.

Chief Loco was the last of the Warm Springs Chiricahua Apache chiefs and was known for his advocacy of peaceful resistance through diplomacy. He and most of the Warm Springs tribe refused to take part in the last outbreak of Geronimo, Naiche, Chihuahua, and Nana in 1885 and some of them even served as Army scouts.
A.F. Randall - Nana

A.F. Randall - Nana

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NANA. 1800?-1906.

RANDALL, A.F. Albumen print boudoir cabinet card, 4 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches, on bevelled, gilt-edged mount, copyright label pasted to verso, [Las Cuecas, New Mexico], 1884, a few stray spots, minor wear to mount, else an excellent example.

Full-length portrait of Chief Nana who was a warrior and chief of the Chihenne band of the Chiricahua Apache. He is remembered as being a tenacious warrior with considerable stamina even into his old age when, during the Apache wars, he assembled a small group of warriors to raid Army supply trains and isolated settlers.
A.F. Randall - Chief Loco—warm Springs Apache.

A.F. Randall - Chief Loco—warm Springs Apache.

Original 1884
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Lot number: 235
Other WORKS AT AUCTION
Description:
CHIEF LOCO—WARM SPRINGS APACHE.

RANDALL, A.F. Albumen print cabinet card, 8 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches, May 16, 1884, [La Cuecas, N.M.], with photographer's stamp and copyright slip pasted to verso, light wear, mainly to card stock, image with slight fading, but an excellent example.

Chief Loco was the last of the Warm Springs Chiricahua Apache chiefs and was known for his advocacy of peaceful resistance through diplomacy. He and most of the Warm Springs tribe refused to take part in the last outbreak of Geronimo, Naiche, Chihuahua, and Nana in 1885 and some of them even served as Army scouts.
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