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1. Notebook Notebook Winter, George, 1810-1876--Diaries Notebook; inscribed on flyleaf "Geo Winter, Lafayette, Inda., May 14, 1864" Notes and comments regarding Indian and early Indiana history AMs, 100 p. (written in ink and pencil. Notebook bound in dark...

2. Letter, 1874 Oct. 5, New Albany, to George Winter Letter, 1874 Oct. 5, New Albany, to George Winter Tippecanoe, Battle of (Ind. : 1811); Indians of North America--Indiana; Campaigns & battles;Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841; Letter From: P.S. Shields, New Albany, October 5, 1874 To: George Winter ALS, 4 p. (one sheet, folded) (with typed transcription)

3. Distribution of paintings Distribution of paintings Winter, George, 1810-1876; Painting; Awards; Circulars; Printed circular "Distribution of Paintings," Evansville, Dec. 16, 1853; 1 item (on blue paper; crude pancil sketches on verso)

4. Results of the distribution of paintings, May 27th, 1854 Results of the distribution of paintings, May 27th, 1854 Winter, George, 1810-1876; Painting; Awards; Ephemera; "The results of the Distribution of Paintings May 27th 1854." AMs, 1 p. (on blue paper)

5. Miami Indian, called Ken-tuck Miami Indian, called Ken-tuck Ken-tuck, Miami Indian; Indians of North America--Indiana; Miami Indians; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. A Miami Indian. Called Ken-tuck (written in ink, lower center). Inscribed, lower center: "Said to be a white man by birth, and taken Captive when a child"; lower left: "No....

6. No-wash-moan No-wash-moan Indians of North America--Indiana; Horses; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. No-wash-moan (written in pencil, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 6.9 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, upper right: "#43" (in red ink); lower center:...
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