Taken at Forth Worth, December 1885 on a trip to discuss grazing fees. At left in the front row is supposedly Yellow Bear, the Arapaho, father of Quanah's first wife. Except... I don't think it looks like Yellow Bear and is possibly - as per Dietmar here - amertribes.proboards.com/thread/1008/isatai-quenatosavit?page=2 - White Man, the Kiowa Apache leader. They stayed at The Pickwick Hotel, though in a room over Taylor and Barr's Dry Goods Store, where Yellow Bear died, supposedly because Quanah hadn't fully turned off the gas lamp, though had done enough to extinguish the flame.
Quanah and family at the State fair, Dallas, Oct. 26, 1909
Quanah on white horse; Tom Bunk Burnett at far left, Northside Coliseum, Fort Worth Fat Stock Show, 1909
Eshiti and Taveko (Black Horse) in back row; Wild Horse and Quanah in front. Eshiti = Isatai?
The Kiowa-Comanche Council at Mount Scott; Captain Baldwin and H L Scott to right of table. This is clearly related to a couple of images posted up-thread.
Quanah, Tonarcy and Lone Wolf at Carlisle
"Portrait of Quanah Parker and group, Paris, Texas, 1889. Taken while Parker was in Paris as a witness in the US District Court. Quanah and J.M. ("Uncle Jim") Chancellor were firm friends, and it was at the suggestion of Quanah that this picture was made, so he could take it with him to his home on the Comanche Reservation near Fort Sill, OK. Left to right, standing: Jose Martinez, George Tucker, Quanah Parker. Left to right, seated: Jeff Davis Mynatt, J.M. Chancellor." discovermgp.pastperfectonline.com/photo/768F06AC-8802-4F7C-BD1D-509936798395
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