Photograph of Kiutus Tecumseh (right) and his father, also Kiutus Tecumseh, standing next to a Hans Mirow Flying Service airplane at Swan Island airport in Portland on Sunday, August 10, 1930. The younger Tecumseh is wearing a feather headdress and a beaded vest, gloves, and pants. He is holding a hatchet. The elder Tecumseh is wearing a cowboy hat, a collared shirt, a beaded vest and gloves, and breeches. On Monday, August 11, 1930, the Oregon Journal published a brief story about the two men on Page 11, under the headline “Two Indian Chiefs Tour Sky Lanes in Portland Airplane.” The Journal reported that the younger Kiutus Tecumseh, a singer, was on his fourth radio concert tour, and that he and his father had taken a flight with the Mirow service during a stop in Portland. The younger Tecumseh resided in Wenatchee, Washington, and the elder in Yakima, Washington, according to the story.