Wenatchi siblings Sam & Isabelle Friedlander pose in front of a tepee with friend and dog, Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, ca. 1900-1910.


Two young women and one man stand in front of tepee. Women wear long dresses with decorative belts; one woman wears earrings and necklace. Man wears vest over shirt and angora chaps over belted pants. Caption on negative sleeve: Indian tepee. Note from Rodney Cawston, Manager of Archives & Records Program, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Aug, 1999: Sam & Isabelle Friedlander (brother & sister) and friend. The Friedlanders are Wenatchee Indians.

Location Description: 

United States--Washington (State)--Colville Indian Reservation