Photographs from the Chicago Daily News, 1902-1933


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The collection also includes images of two prominent physicians who were American Indians. Dr. Carlos Montezuma (DN-0001054), an Apache, was a prominent Chicagoan for many years. He was a graduate of Northwestern University's Chicago Medical College in1889 and had a private practice as a physician in Chicago from 1896 to 1922. He also taught at medical schools in Chicago during his career. In the 1920s, he and Dr. Charles A. Eastman led a campaign to abolish the U.S. Office of Indian Affairs.

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