Visual Resources and ArtifactsAcademy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA
Holds majority of expedition's botanical specimens (artifact).
AGPix (stock photo agency)
Lewis and Clark Trail photographs. See http://www.agpix.com/search_index.php?keyword=Lewis+%26+Clark
AirPhoto (photo agency)
Lewis and Clark Trail photographs. See AirPhoto - Stock Images - Lewis and Clark Trail.
American Numismatic Society, New York, NY
Jefferson Indian Peace Medal (front and back) [1923.52.11].
American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA
The great bulk of the original Lewis and Clark journals (artifact).
Three journals of Sergeant Ordway that were rediscovered in 1913 among the papers of Nicholas Biddle, the original editor of the L&C journals (artifact).
See Lewis and Clark Illustrations and Treasures of the APS.
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New Haven, CT
"Interior of the Hut of the Mandan Chief" painting by Karl Bodmer, 1832-34
"Keelboat" drawing by William Clark, 1804
"A Memorandum of Articles in Readiness" document by William Clark, 1803.
"Roster of Men" document by William Clark, circa 1803".
Soulard Map of the Missouri and Upper Mississippi, 1802" map by William Clark, 1802.
"Three Forks of the Marias" map by William Clark, circa 1800's.
"Whale Drawing Map" map by William Clark, circa 1800's.
"Blackfoot Village" photo by Walter McClintock, circa 1900's.
Clymer Museum, Ellensburg, WA
John Clymer paintings.
416 N Pearl
Ellensburg, WA 98926
C. M. Russell Museum, Great Falls, MT
C.M. Russell paintings and drawings.
Culver Pictures, New York, MY
"Newfoundland Dog" (drawing).
Dartmouth College Library, Hanover, NH
"Bear's Belly" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"Evening on the Columbia" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"Hidatsa Mother" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"Hollow Horn Bear of the Brule Sioux, 1907" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"Mother and Child (Apsaroke Crow)" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"Nez Perce Babe" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"On the Shores of Nootka" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"Piegan Dandy" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"The Rush Gatherer" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"The Scout" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"Sioux Woman with Papoose" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
ditto.com - visual search engine
On-line visual search engine. Search on Lewis, Clark, Sacagawea, etc.
Filson Historical Society, Louisville, KY
Numerous William Clark letters, four dating from the expedition era.
Florentine Films, Walpole, NH
Map of the Corps of Discovery's Journey to the Pacific.
Map of the Western Frontier.
Frontier Filmworks (Wayne Mumford)
Lewis and Clark Trail, John Colter Trail photos. See http://www.lewisandclarkpictures.com/
Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK
"Eh-Toh'K-Pah-She-Pee-Shah (The Black Mocassin)" painting by George Catlin, circa 1930's.
"Lewis' First Glimpse of the Rockies" painting by Olaf Seltzer, circa 1830's.
Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Journal of Sergeant Floyd (artifact).
Idaho State Historical Society, Boise, ID
"Group of Nez Perce" photo by Hill, 1880.
Independence National Historic Park, Philadelpha, PA
"Portrait of Meriwether Lewis" painting by Charles W. Peale.
Independence National Historic Park Library
313 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Contact: Andrea Ashby:
V: (215) 597-8047
F: (215) 597-5556
"Portrait of William Clark" painting by Charles W. Peale.
Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, St. Louis, MO
Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE
Karl Bodmer paintings.
Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Great Falls, MT
Set of 3 Kodak Photo CDs (no longer available?).
V: (888) 701-3434
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
"Nez Perce Woman" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
"On the Banks of the Missouri, 1908" photo by Edward S. Curtis, circa 1907-1930.
Numerous other maps (including William Clark's), images and documents (artifact).
Missouri Bankers Association, Jefferson City, MO
"Lewis and Clark, 1804" painting by L. Edward Fisher.
National Anthropological Archives, Washington, D.C.
"Skirting the Skyline" photo by Joseph Kussuth Dixon.
"Shoshone Encampment in Wind River Mountains of Wyoming, 1870" photo by W.H. Jackson.
"Struck by the Ree" photo by A. Zeno Shindler.
Lakota women wearing porcupine quill and dentalium shell decorations (photo).
Lakota woman and child (photo).
National Geographic Society, Washington DC
Large stock of photos and artwork.
National Council of the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial, Portland, OR
National Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Council logo.
V: (888) 999-1803
National Museum of the American Indian
Shoshone elk hide showing a horseback buffalo hunt (photo).
National Park Service, Washington, DC
Lewis and Clark "pointing" logo.
Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, NE
"Fool Bull" by John A. Anderson, 1900.
Newberry Library, Chicago, IL
Journal of Sergeant Joseph Whitehouse (artifact).
Nez Perce National Historic Park, Spalding, ID
"Nez Perce Man on Horseback with Two Children" photo by Enoch Reeves, 1906.
NY-Historical Society, New York, NY
"Captain Meriwether Lewis" watercolor by Charles B.J.F. Saint Mémin, 1807, [1971.125].
Oregon Historical Society, Portland, OR
Cap't M. Lewis Branding Iron. Used to mark trees, and brand horses? Found by Lineaus Winans on the Columbia River (Memaloose Island) in the 1890's. (artifact).
Jefferson Peace Medal, 1801. Found in Idaho. (artifact).
Private George Shannon's Sewing kit. Donated by Shannon's descendant, Elizabeth Monroe Story. (artifact).
Whalebone inscribed "M. Lewi". Circa 1805. Possibly carved and left by Meriwether Lewis in 1805. Found at Seaside, OR in 1967. (artifact).
PBS Online, Alexandria, VA
"Clark's Signature at Pompey's Pillar" photo by Jennifer Johnson, 1997.
"Pompey's Pillar" two views, photos by Jennifer Johnson, 1997.
"Replica of Dug-Out Canoe" photo by Jennifer Johnson, 1997.
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University
Approximately 20 Lewis and Clark ethnographic artifacts (artifact). See http://www.peabody.harvard.edu/Lewis_and_Clark/
Sir Richardson Collection of Western Art, Fort Worth, TX
C.M. Russell work(s).
Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC
William Clark's compass (artifact). See http://www.mnh.si.edu/lewisandclark/index.html
St. Louis Circuit Court Historical Records, St. Louis, MO
William Clark Estate
Lewis and Clark related court documents
University of Missouri, St. Louis, MO
( St. Louis Mercantile Library)
"William Clark" painting by Chester Harding, circa 1820.
Stark Museum of Art, Orange, TX
"Kettle Falls, Fort Colville" painting by Paul Kane, 1847.
Missouri History Society / Center, St. Louis, MO
Set of five journals (in the Voorhis Collection, four in red leather and the other bound in elk skin) that are primarily in Clark's handwriting (artifact).
William Clark's memorandum book that dates from the 1809-1810 period after the expedition (in the Breckinridge Collection) (artifact).
State Historical Society of North Dakota, Bismark, ND
"Sacagawea Statue" sculpture by Leonard Crunelle, 1910. See http://www.state.nd.us/hist/LewisClark/indexFrameset.html
Washington State University, Pullman, WA
Jefferson Peace Medal.
Willard Family Association, Wethersfield, CT
"Alexander Willard and His Wife Eleanor" (photo).
Yale University Library, New Haven, CT
Clark's field notes from their 1803 - 1804 winter camp at Wood River (Camp DuBois). Discovered in an attic in 1953.
This list incorporates and adds to the source list which appears on the PBS website at: http://www.pbs.org/lewisandclark/archive/idx_src.html
Visual Resources and Artifacts
Compiled by: Jay Rasmussen
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Updated: March 24, 2006
Posted: August 19, 1999