Black and white photo with white border of very elderly couple, Methow George and his wife Jennie.
Note on back of photo: "Methow George and Wife Jennie. Famous and well like, drowned in Methow River when he was 104 yrs. old. Taken during 1920s."
From Notes on Photographs:
"Group 4: ?? # Photographs: True Nobility: 12 Men (Blanket Men of Our Day in Moses Coulee)"
Photo: Group 4 No. 28: "Methow George, age 104, and wife Jennie. He perished in Methow River in the 1930's. Known by 1st Tradder and Trapper to this North West Country. He is one of 2 bearded Indians I have known other was Whiskey Dick (Coulee Canyon Bears his name). Jennie once said 'long time age many children, many di