This collection consists of a manuscript, original ink drawings, and pencil sketches for a coloring book titled
Pikuni Blackfoot: good things stay the same, illustrated by Jack McCord. It was developed in conjunction with a Southwest Museum exhibit of the same name that ran from
2002 February 23 through 2003 January 12. The illustrations are drawings of historic photographs taken by Walter McClintock.
The coloring book was funded by the Southwest Museum, however it was never published. The collection also includes correspondence
and cost estimates for publishing.
Coloring book artist, Jack McCord, was a Southwest Museum docent and a graphic artist trained at the Chicago Art Institute.
He was hired by the Southwest Museum to create sketches for the coloring book in the early 2000s.Walter McClintock (born 1870 April 25, died 1949 March 24) was an ethnologist and a specialist on Blackfoot Indians. He lectured
on the Blackfoot in the United States, England, Scotland, Denmark, and Germany. McClintock was a research fellow in ethnology
at the Southwest Museum for 22 years as well as a curator and lecturer at Yale University. He was a photographer, lecturer,
and the author of several publications and books that were translated to many languages.
0.25 Linear feet
(1 box), 1 portfolio folder
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