A Native American man wearing regalia stands beside a horse. The man wears a feathered headdress, buckskin shirt, leggings, breechcloth, gloves, and necklaces. The horse is outfitted with a bridle that includes an ornament that is positioned over the horse's forehead.
A Native American man wearing a feathered headdress poses in front of a small tipi. The tipi is positioned in front of a wall on which is mounted an exhibit of Native American clothing, weapons, and artifacts, identified as belonging to Major Lee Moorhouse. A banner hung from the top of the wall reads, Major Lee Moorhouse Umatilla Indian Exhibit. The exhibit includes regalia, weapons, bows, arrows, pictures or photographs, blankets, bags and other items.
A Native American man wearing regalia stands inside a tipi. The man wears a horned headdress, a shirt, a breechcloth, and moccasins. He also wears a necklace and a fur. He holds a smoking pipe. Two other Native Americans recline on blankets near him.
A Native American baby, identified as Spokane Jim's papoose, is in a beaded cradleboard that is positioned upright and leaning against a mat covered by a blanket. Two bags hang from the cradleboard, which has a floral motif. One of the bags also has a floral motif and the other includes an image of a person and a horse.
Two Native American men dressed in regalia pose with weapons in front of a collection of Native American clothing and artifacts identified as belonging to Major Lee Moorhouse. The men wear feathered headdresses, arm bands, breechcloths, breastplates, and moccasins. One wields a tomahawk and the other draws a bow. They stand on blankets.