Meeting of Frontiers: The John C. H Grabill Collection
- Indian Warriors. Mr. Bear-that-Runs-and-Growls, Mr. Warrior, Mr. One-Tooth-Gone, Mr. Sole (bottom of foot), Mr. Make-it-Long
- The Interior. "Clean Up" day at the Deadwood Terra Gold Stamp Mill, one of the Homestake Mills, Terraville, Dakota
- The Interview. Standing Elk, No. 1; Running Hog, No. 2; Little Wolf, No. 3; Col. Oelrich, No. 4; Interpreter, No. 5
- Jollification. Deadwood People celebrating the building of D.O.R.R. road to Lead City
- "Lake Harney Peaks," near Custer City, S.D., on B. & M. Ry
- "Lake Harney Peaks." Near Custer City, S.D. on B. & M. Ry
- The last Deadwood Coach. Last trip of the famous Deadwood Coach
- The Last Deadwood Coach. Last trip of the famous Deadwood Coach
- "Last Deadwood Coach." The last trip of the famous Stage Dec. 28, '90
- "Last Deadwood Coach." The last trip of the famous stage Dec. 28, '90
- The last large bull train on its way from the railroad to the Black Hills
- Lead City Mines and Mills. The Great Homestake Mines and Mills
- Little Missouri Butte. Largest of the 3 buttes, 4 miles from Devil's Tower
- "Little," instigator of Indian revolt at Pine Ridge, 1890
- "Little," instigator of Indian Revolt at Pine Ridge, 1890
- "Little," the instigator of Indian Revolt at Pine Ridge, 1890
- "Little," the instigator of Indian revolt at Pine Ridge, 1890
- Mess scene on "round up"
- "Mills and mines." Part of the great Homestake works, Lead City, Dak.
- Mines and Mills. The Caledonia No. 1, Deadwood Terra No. 2, and Terra No. 3. Gold Stamp Mills, located at Terraville, Dak.
- Minnekahta Falls. Near Hot Springs, Dak.
- Minnekata Ave., from Soldiers' Home, Hot Springs, S.D., on F.E. and M.V. Ry
- Montana Mine
- Near Fort Meade. "I" troop, 8th Cavalry
- "Officers of the 9th Cavalry"
- The Officers' Line. Fort Meade, Dak.
- The old cabin home
- Old Man of the park. Near Sundance, Wyo.
- Omaha Board of Trade in Mountains near Deadwood, April 26, 1889
- On the B[urlington] and M[issouri River] R'y near "Hot Springs, S.D."
- Open cut in the great Homestake mine, at Lead City, Dak.
- "Our picnic party at Sunday Gulch." Photographed between the walls of the grandest mountains of the Dakotas, near Custer City on the B. & M. Ry
- Ox teams at Sturgis, D.T. [i.e. Dakota Territory]
- Past Grand Masters of Dakota I.O.O. F., 1890, at Deadwood, S.D. A.E. Clough, A.E.Nugent, H.J. Rowe, Wm. A. Bently, F.W. Miller, F.S. Emeison. A.G. Smith, R.R. Briggs, Zina Richey, H.J. Rice
- People of Deadwood celebrating completion of a stretch of railroad
- "Phantom Ridge," Black Hills, Dak.
- A pretty group at an Indian tent
- "A pretty view." At "picnic" grounds on Homestake Road
- The Race. The great Hub-and-Hub race at Deadwood, Dak., July 4, 1888, between the only two Chinese hose teams in the United States
- "Red Cloud and American Horse." The two most noted chiefs now living
- Roping and changing scene at --T Camp on round up of --T. 999 --S. & G., A.U.T. and others on Cheyenne River
- "Roping and changing." Changing horses on round up
- "Roping gray wolf," Cowboys take in a gray wolf on "Round up," in Wyoming
- Round-up at Moss Agate of T. 999 A.S. & G., A.U.T. and others
- Round-up scenes on Belle Fouche [sic] in 1887
- Roundup scenes on Belle Fouche [sic] in 1887
- Scenery on Deadwood Road to Sturgis
- "The shepherd and flock." On F.E. & M.V. R'y. in Dakota
- "Signal Rock." Elk Canyon on Black Hills & Ft. P. R.R
- Skinning Beef
- Skinning beef at beef issue
- "Spearfish Falls." Black Hills, Dak.
- "Spearfish Falls." Our friends, there, June 22, 1890
- Tallyho Coaching. Sioux City party Coaching at the Great Hot Springs of Dakota
- Tasunka, (alias Plenty Horse[s]). The slayer of Lieut. Casey, near Pine Ridge, S.D.
- Tasunka, Ota (alias Plenty Horse[s]), the slayer of Lieut. Casey, near Pine Ridge, S.D.
- Three of Uncle Sam's Pets. We get rations every 29 days. Our pulse is good. Expressive medium. We put in 60 minutes each hour in our present attitude
- The U.S. Paymaster and Guards on Deadwood road to Ft. Meade
- U.S. School for Indians at Pine Ridge, S.D.
- Viewing Hostile Indian Camp
- Villa of Brule
- Villa of Brule the great hostile Indian camp on River Brule near Pine Ridge, S.D /
- "We have it rich." Washing and panning gold, Rockerville, Dak. Old timers, Spriggs, Lamb and Dillon at work
- Wells Fargo Express Co. Deadwood Treasure Wagon and Guards with $250,000 gold bullion from the Great Homestake Mine, Deadwood, S.D., 1890
- Western Ranch House
- What's left of Big Foot's band
- White Rocks. Part of Deadwood as seen from White Rocks
- Whitewood Canyon, Wade and Jones R.R. Camp, Black So. Dak.
- Wi-wi-la-kah-ta canon. Old hotel, new bath house, Hotel Minnekahta and Battle Mt. in background
- "Wild Bill's Monument." James B. Hickoc [i.e. Hickok], alias "Wild Bill," born May 27, 1837 at Homer, Ill. Killed by Jack McCall at Deadwood, S.D., Aug. 2, 1876, where his body now lies
- Wood shooting in the air, De Smet Mill, Center City, Dak.
- [A young Oglala girl sitting in front of a tipi, with a puppy beside her, probably on or near Pine Ridge Reservation]