Studio portrait of Hi Horse, possibly Goyathlay's (Geronimo) daughter, photographed by A. Frank Randall or (George) Ben Wittick, circa 1883-1887. She wears a fringed hide dress and holds a basket bowl. True authorship of Apache Indian photographs shot by Randall or Wittick is yet to be determined. In many archival repositories there is confusion as to which photographer really shot the photographs and many times both men are attributed as photographer. Randall was based in Wilcox, Arizona Territory and was a correspondent and photographer for Leslie Weekly's magazine on General George Crook's Expedition to Arizona. Wittick (1845-1903) was a photographer mostly based out of New Mexico.
Handwritten on mount recto: "#21 An Apache Belle" ; Printed on verso: "A. Frank Randall, Photographic Artist. Dealer in Views of Arizona and New Mexico, Geronimo and his Band, also Tonto, San Carlos, Yuma, Mojave, White Mountains, Jicarilla, Mescalero, and Apache Photos, Headquarters, - - Willcox, A. T.