These 28 race-related postcards, some of which are dated, depict African Americans and Native Americans illustrated in different manners. Six postcards depict Native Americans and 22 depict African Americans, all of which represent common stereotypes and racist imagery.
These 23 postcards depict various tribes and scenes of Native Americans from the early 1900s to the 1920s. Tribes range from Hopi to Blackfoot, among others, and illustrations feature both individual leaders and groups of people.
These three trade cards for circa 1880s products show racist depictions of Native American people.
Wicomico High School Indian Chant records were produced by the high school's English Department, 1962-1964 and includes short stories, poetry and art produced by students to give examples of their individual characteristics, creativity and talents.
The Nabb Center has a wealth of film press kits. Press kits typically contain background information about the film and its stars, posters and other advertising aids, black and white still photographs, and other related materials.
Some press kits on films that include Native American characters or focus on Native American culture include:
There may be additional press kits regarding films related to Native American characters and culture within the collection. To search for another film visit the Finding Aid.