166 x 108mm. (6 1/2 x 4 1/4in.) including heavy card mount with red-ruled borders, dampstain at bottom edge, not seriously affecting signature. Photograph with imprint: "Copyright H.W. Wyman, 1904, Colorado Springs, Colo."; mount with printed legend, "Murillo, 1314 Olive Street, St. Louis." A good full-face image showing the Chief in high-collared shirt with tie, and jacket, a woven Indian blanket over his shoulder, wearing a felt hat. On verso is a contemporary pencilled note reading in part, "Geronimo. Last of the Old Apache Chiefs, 76 yrs. old. Autograph printed by him at U.S. Indian School St. Louis Exposition. Sept. 1904."" /> GERONIMO, (Indian name Goyathlay), <I>Chief of the Chiricahua Apache. </I> Cabinet photograph signed ("GERONIMO") in pencil in his characteristic block style, [September 1904]. <I>166 x 108mm. (6 1/2 x 4 1/4in.) including heavy card mount with red-ruled borders, dampstain at bottom edge, not seriously affecting signature.</I> Photograph with imprint: "Copyright H.W. Wyman, 1904, Colorado Springs, Colo."; mount with printed legend, "Murillo, 1314 Olive Street, St. Louis." A good full-face image showing the Chief in high-collared shirt with tie, and jacket, a woven Indian blanket over his shoulder, wearing a felt hat. On verso is a contemporary pencilled note reading in part, "Geronimo. Last of the Old Apache Chiefs, 76 yrs. old. Autograph printed by him at U.S. Indian School St. Louis Exposition. Sept. 1904." | Christie's