Photos from Winners of the West,  Vol.  IX  No. 4,  March 30, 1932
(see photo gallery 2  and  3  for more photos from this issue)

Photo Gallery 4


Grave of John Phillips
    He rode from Ft. Phil Kearney to Fort Laramie, 236 miles, for relief.  Starting on night of Dec. 21st, [ ] and reaching Fort Laramie Christmas Eve.  A famous ride in American History.

Comrade Jesse V. Strahorn
    Late Co. C, 4th U.S. Infantry, 1867 to 1870.  Member, Winners of the West Camp No. 11, National Indian War Veterans, U.S.A., St. Joseph, Mo.

Bear's Paw Battleground Monument
    Surrender of Chief Joseph to Colonel Nelson A. Miles.  To the valor and devotion of [  ] both red and white who struggled here.  Erected by Congress of the United States under the authority of an Act approved April 15th, 1930.

Abraham Lincoln Camp No. 30
    National Indian War Veterans, U. S. A., San Antonio, Texas.  Left to right:  Abraham Matthews, Robert T. McKeen, Theo. J. Dilwood and Wm. H. Williams