1920s-1930s. A 9" x 12" broadside with an image from a photograph of "Chief Strong Fox", Nationally Known Indian Chief Lecture. It boasts "This is the Original Troupe" "Historical Entertainment - A Troupe of Five American Indians in Costumes - Direct from the United States Indian Reservation--Introducting all the Ceremonial Rites, Singing, War Dance, Medicine Dance, Feather Dance, Indian Prayer Songs, Famous Adoption Form" - Hear All About the American Indian and his part in our History for Centuries Back" Endorsed by Press-Pulpit-Public. No location or time indicated. In reality Chief Strong Fox was Frank Kenjockety, who began his career when he formed his first vaudeville troupe “Kenjockety’s Hippodrome and Wild West Show” in the early 1900s. As time evolved and tastes changed he became Chief Strong Fox in the 1920s and primarily toured eastern schools. Reverse is blank.