Circa 1870s CDV image of a family, possibly Haudenosaunee, wearing outstanding examples of Iroquois beadwork. Both wear Haudenosaunee bandolier bags. This image was taken in England.
1870s tintype of a Haudenosaunee wearing a large bandolier bag that is similar stylistically to the ones pictured above.
1870s albumen photograph of Solomon O'Bail (1814-1899), a Seneca and grandson of Cornplanter. He is also wearing a large, Haudenosaunee bandolier bag.
A late 19th century beaded collar and a bandolier bag identified as Iroquois in the Rochester Museum and Science Center. The bandolier bag is stylistically similar to those worn by the subjects in the previous images.