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Portrait of men and horses in a field

Several men, some on horseback, stand in an open field. One man, possibly a priest, holds a cross. Some men wear western-style clothing and others wear native-style dress.

Fred Ryckman

Men on horseback crossing a river

Four men on horseback cross a river with four other horses carrying packs. At the river's distant shore trees and a tent-like structure are visible.

Fred Ryckman

Group portrait of men, some on horseback

Several men wearing native clothing sit astride horses, facing away from the camera. Other men stand in a field near them. A tipi can be seen copy right and mountains are visible in the distance.

Fred Ryckman

Group portrait of men on horseback with man and woman

A row of men in native clothing sit astride horses in the background. Two other men, also in native clothing sit on horseback in front of the others. The two are interacting with a woman in western clothing who faces away from the camera. A man in western clothing faces the camera as well.

Fred Ryckman

View of four men on horseback

Four men in native clothing sit astride horses and appear to be in motion, moving toward the left side of the copy print. Other horses are visible in the background.

Fred Ryckman

Capt. + Parker

Item is a negative showing a man, Lt. Parker standing in front of his horse next to a river. Parker is faced away from the camera and is looking across the river. There are mountains in the background.

Jongpen on his way to watch horse races

Item is a negative showing a line of men riding on horseback. The Jongpen, third in the line. His horse is being led by an unidentified person on foot and he is wearing a distinctive robe.

Horse race winner

Item is a negative showing a horse with a saddle and bridle. There is an unidentified man standing behind the horse, holding its head.

L/Col. Parker's white Tibetan pony

Item is a negative showing a white pony standing in front of a wooden fence. There appears to be a cow on the left hand side of the Lt./Col. Parker's horse. According to Parker, his pony was soft mouthed and not liked by the Tibetans.

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