14th of 16 original pencil sketches in ledger book, this one signed in upper left corner by Chief Killer; pencil, crayon sketch of 4 mounted Cheyenne horsemen, with spears and shields, riding toward left. [See: Joyce Szabo, 'Chief Killer and a New Reality: Narration and Description in Fort Marion Art', American Indian Art Magazine, Vol. 19, No. 2 (Spring 1994), 50-57.]
Oblong small folio, contained in ledger; no margins; edges slightly frayed.
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