• Joe Cloud and family

    Bad River Ojibwe fiddler Joe Cloud, his Swedish immigrant wife, Anna Anderson Cloud, and their three children, from left to right: Harriet Cloud, George Cloud, Clarence Cloud.

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  • Clarence Cloud and John Big Boy

    Vachon, John, 1914-1975

    Clarence Cloud (left) and John Big Boy making pottery on the Bad River Ojibwe Reservation, Odanah, Wisconsin. Clarence played banjo for old time dances. The original photograph, in the possession of h…

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  • Clarence Cloud

    Vachon, John, 1914-1975

    On the Bad River Ojibwe Reservation Clarence Cloud, erstwhile banjo-player, paints a leaf design on a pot of his own making. John Vachon made the photo for the Farm Security Administration, and Cloud'…

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  • Clarence Cloud and family

    From left to right: Clarence Cloud holding Noel Cloud; Joe Cloud; Elmer Cloud with Buddy Cloud below him; Pete Marksman. Joe Cloud was a well-known fiddler and his son Clarence sometimes accompanied h…

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  • William Soulier

    Vachon, John, 1914-1975

    William Soulier, a French Canadian farmer and father-in-law of Clarence Cloud, pauses with a pitchfork in a hay field. John Vachon was a photographer for the Farm Security Administration, and this ima…

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  • Pottery and sculpture by Clarence Cloud

    Leary, James P., 1950

    Pottery and American Indian in feather headdress, made by Clarence Cloud, on display in the home of his daughter, Virginia Cloud Carrington.

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  • Clarence Cloud and Theresa Soulier

    Clarence Cloud and Theresa Soulier, around the time of their wedding in 1935. Clarence played banjo and Theresa played piano for dances, often with Clarence's fiddling father, Joe Cloud.

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