I just got word from a Comanche photo historian in re the above QP pic: seated at left is indeed Soddyteka; the man seated next to him is ... [wait for it} Hitohovit, Black Crow.
Hitohovit was a Nokoni local band leader, about the same age as Quanah. It was to him (and Tuhuyaquahip) that some of the last "out" Comanches (including Asewaynah/Rudolph Fisher) were released in May 1877.
Although he (apparently) is in this photo with Quanah and Permamsu, in May 1884, he did attend an anti-Quanah council at which they "decided to throw Quanah and Permamsu away," and he signed the resulting petition.
He died in March 1892.
Last Edit: Jan 6, 2017 18:21:20 GMT -5 by tkavanagh
To further confuse matters: I've been check my files, and my thought process, and have realized that the above pix of "Casper Mowway Tissoyo" is NOT a Lenny and Sawyers. [And, of course, we are now questioning whether it really is Casper (i.e, if the man in the QP pic, who looks a lot like him is Hitovit, is that pipc of Hitohovit as well?)
In march of 1878, the gunsmith Engelbert Krauskopf sent a photograph of Rudolph Fischer to congressman Gustav Schleicher, who had apparently helped arrange Rudolphs return from Fort Sill to Fredericksburg.. Read this a couple of years ago in Scott Zesch's book "The Captives". Curious to know if it was a yet unknown photograph of Rudolph, I tried to track it down. No luck yet. I realise that this is a Isatai-Quenatosavit thread, but as Black Crow and Rudolph show up in the thread I shall risk it ;-) To my thinking, they could have photographed him in Fredericksburg, as they seem to report on him often enough, while he was there 1877/78. The known photograph of Rudolph and Black Crow I would guess to have been taken after his return to the reservation?