Photograph of Kiutus Tecumseh (left, in plane); his father, also Kiutus Tecumseh; and an unidentified woman at Swan Island airport in Portland on Sunday, August 10, 1930. They are posing with a Hans Mirow Flying Service airplane. 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. In this photograph, the younger Tecumseh is standing in the rear seat of the plane and is holding a hatchet in one raised hand and some of the woman’s hair in the other hand. He is wearing a feather headdress and a beaded vest and gloves. The woman is standing on the ground in front of him, smiling; she is wearing a sweater, collared shirt, tie, and breeches. The elder Tecumseh, standing next to the woman, is wearing a cowboy hat, a collared shirt, a beaded vest and gloves, and breeches.