Marcus Pete Collection 1918-1946


Marcus Pete Collection, 1918-1946

Marcus Pete Collection 1918-1946

Records belonging to Marcus Pete, collected between the years 1918-1946. Collection includes ephemera pertaining to The Indian Store, a general store on Section 14 of the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation owned and operated by Marcus Pete. Notable subjects recorded include Pete's 1930s trip to Washington D.C. in support of land allotments, notes on tribal births and deaths between 1909 and the 1930s, and news items discussing World War II and Iwo Jima (Japan).

.5 linear feet


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