G.E.E. Lindquist Native American Photographs

The Burke Library Archives @ Columbia University

Item Information
Title
Daughter and Granddaughter of Reverend Charles Frazier, Rapid City, South Dakota
Date
October 26, 1949
Measurements
3 3/8 x 5 3/4 in.
Item Number
1580
Format
photographs
Annotation on Front
2., 1.
Annotation on Back
October 26, 1949. This picture conveys living conditions and is a typical one in Rapid City, South Dakota. No. 1 is Mrs. Estelle Frazier Rencountre, daughter of the late Rev. Charles Frazier a Congregational Minister of the Santee Tribe of the Sioux Nation. No. 2 is Estelle’s daughter Mrs. Bernice Rencountre Gonzalez. The little tots are their children. Twenty dollars a month is what they pay for rent for these shacks. They are not worth fifty cents a month. Their lawns are saw dust. Their remark: “We live this way and it is hard, but our children will finish schooling some day and we can live differently.” The two in the picture are Episcopalians. Levi M. Rouillard.
Places
Rapid City (S.D.)
States & Provinces
South Dakota
Topics
Indian women; Children; Portraits, Group; Mobile homes; Women; Indian children
Names
Rencountre, Estelle Frazier; Gonzalez, Bernice Rencountre
Creators
Rouillard, Levi Moses
Folder and Group Title
South Dakota Indians; Rapid City, S.D.
Box and Folder Number
62: 758