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Reverend Stuart Frazier Collection

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: H2003-012

Content Description

The collection consists of photographs and a few publications from the time Rev. Stuart Frazier spent ministering on the Rosebud and Cheyenne River Reservations in South Dakota. Rev. Stuart Frazier was born in Massachusetts in1903. After receiving a degree in chemical engineering he entered the Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge. His first assignment was to the Rosebud Reservation in 1930. In 1931 he returned to Massachusetts to marry Rebecca Cilley. He stayed on the Rosebud Reservation for two years before transferring to the Cheyenne Reservation. In 1947 Rev. Frazier and his wife moved to serve the churches at Spearfish and Belle Fourche. In 1959 Rev. Frazier and his wife moved to Buffalo, Wyoming, where he served as pastor of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church until his retirement in 1968. Rev. Stuart Frazier passed away in 1991 and Rebecca Frazier died in 2001.

Acquisition Type

Gift

Restrictions Apply

No

Dates

  • 1927-1956

Creator

Extent

0.5 Cubic Feet

Inventory

Folder 1: The Niobrara Catechism, n.d. (5 copies) Folder 2: Dakota ABC Wowapi, by S.R. Riggs, 1929 (2 copies) Folder 3: Identified Photos View of the front of the priests house, Cheyenne Agency (3 photos) Cemetery at Cheyenne Agency Car with wagon full of boys attending vacation bible school Truck with back loaded with people for convocation Trinity Church, Mission White Horse, 1923 Women’s Auxillary meeting in 1897 at Rosebud Norman Robertson Clergy lining up for convocation procession (3 photos) Mrs. Lambert and Mrs. Cyril Roullard, 1930 (2 photos) WA Secretary at Convocation, 1929 Missouri River Bridge at Cheyenne Agency, Fiske photo postcard Group of women at convocation Cheyenne River Agency office building, Fiske photo postcard Mary Noeker, Renova, PA. Convocation, 1934 Mary Noecker and small child, Convocation, Greenwood, S.D., 1934 (2 copies) Mac and Mary Lloyd Mengel, Principal at the Hare School, Mission, S.D. Group photo of five young girls, The Gilbert Girls Deaconess King, 1934 Frank Smith Store, 1934 St. Johns Church, Cheyenne Agency (4 copies) Andrew Whiteface Three men; Roberts, ArchBishop, Barbour Group of children; vacation bible school, Promise, S.D. Lady Betty Ashley Ryan family, Promise, S.D. St. Andrew’s Church and catechrist’s house, Cherry Creek, Cheyenne Mission Image of a Sioux home, Cheyenne Agency, Fiske photo postcard Mrs. Kills Plenty, postcard John Wahoyapi, 1934 Arapahoe baby on a travois Mrs. American Horse St. John’s Church, Rosebud Dr. Edward Ashley, neg on file Rev. DeLoria, Rev. Thorburn, Mrs. DeLoria, Mrs. Thorburn, and Rebecca Frazier (2 color photos) Cheyenne Agency Rev. Stuart Frazier with group outside of church Folder 4: Horse Shoe Bend, Cheyenne Agency, Missouri River near Gettysburg, S.D., panoramic postcard, n.d. Folder 5: 3 ½ x 5 Rev. Stuart Frazier, standing (2 copies); 3 ½ x 5 Rev. Stuart Frazier; 5 x 7 Rev. Stuart Frazier, portrait; 3 x 5 Rev. Stuart Frazier, portrait; all undated. Folder 6: Photograph Album, Rosebud and Cheyenne Agency images, 1930-1947. Group photo in front of church; Hare School, Dormitory and class building; Rev. Stuart Frazier; Church at Cheyenne Agency, Frazier home at Cheyenne; Rev. Stuart and Rebecca Frazier; main street Cheyenne, dogs, cats, horses, ducks; Bishop Roberts; clergy procession at the Niobrara Convocation, Allen, S.D. 1933; Rosebud Delegation at the Niobrara Convocation, 1933; St. Stephen Chapel, Four Bear’s Camp; Albert Yardley; and a group photo of the congregation at Calvary Chapel. Folder 7: 4 ½ x 13 photo of a convocation, n.d.; and 6 ½ x 10 ½ photo of an Indian woman with her baby. “This woman walked 93 miles to get baby baptized-Rosebud,” was written on the back of the frame. Both of these photos were removed from the frames. Folder 8: Hawaiian trip, 1955 3 ½ x 5 ½ group photo; 8 x 10 group photo with Rev. Stuart Frazier; 8 x 10 group photo with Rev. Stuart Frazier at airport. Folder 9: Unidentified photos Folder 10: Biographical information on Rev. Stuart Frazier and his wife Rebecca Cilley Frazier Folder 11 MD 3: Niobrara News, June 22-25, 1956; and an 8 x 31 photo of the Niobrara Convocation of the Episcopal Church at Pine Ridge Agency, S.D. Aug 14-16th, 1927. Rise Studio photo. Books Transferred to Library The Niobrara service book = Niobrara wocekiye wowapi: from the Book of Common Prayer of 1929. PM1024 .P78 1937 c.1 c.2 (2 copies) Okodakiciye wakan odowan qa okna ahiyayapi kta ho kin. Hymnal with tunes and chants according to the use of the Episcopal Church in the missions among the Dakotas of the missionary district of South Dakota. PM1024 .H9 1940 The King'sHighway. Wicastayatapi tacanku: quais, Woahope wikcemna oyakap¨i kin. / Rev. Richard Newton, D.D. kaga. Rev. Daniel W. Hemans, Dakota iapi en kaga. PM1024 .N5 Dakota Wowapi Wakan: the Holy bible, in the language of the Dakota / translated out of the original tongues, by Thomas S. Williamson and Stephen R. Riggs. BS345 .D2 1919 English and Dakota service book from the Book of Common Prayer = Dakota wa wasicum woecon wowapi wocekiye wowapi etanhan icupi / authorized for use in the Niobrara Deanery district of South Dakota. PM1024 .E53 1918 Dakota literature; a supplementary book for classes in American literature in high schools and colleges; also for general reading for rural schools. By O. W. Coursey. PS283.S8 C6 The Niobrara service book = Niobrara wocekiye wowapi : from the Book of common prayer of 1929 / The Bishop White Prayer Book Society. PM1024.N71 1947 Wakan cekiye odowan: hymns in Dakota and English for use in the Niobrara Deanery. BV510.D35 E6 1946 Dakota grammar, texts, and ethnography, by Stephen Return Riggs; edited by James Owen Dorsey. PM1024.R6 D3 A Dakota-English dictionary / by Stephen Return Riggs. Ed. by James Owen Dorsey. PM1024.R6 D25 Okodakiciye wakan tadowan kin : Hymnal according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal church in the missions among the Dakotas of the missionary district of South Dakota. PM1024 .O6 1902 Okodakiciye wakan odowan qa okna ahiyayapi kta ho kin = Hymnal with tunes and chants according to the use of the Episcopal Church in the missions among the Dakotas of the Missionary District of South Dakota. PM1024 .H9 1893