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Fly, C. S. (Camillus Sidney) 1849-1901

Overview
Works: 32 works in 42 publications in 1 language and 200 library holdings
Genres: Pictorial works  Portraits  Photographs  Records and correspondence  Songs and music  Archives  History 
Roles: Author, Photographer
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by C. S Fly
Geronimo, the Apache chief by C. S Fly( Book )

3 editions published between 1886 and 1986 in English and held by 46 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Scenes in Geronimo's camp : the Apache outlaw and murderer, taken before the surrender to Gen. Cook [i.e. Crook] March 27, 1886, in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico ... : [photographs by C. S Fly( Book )

3 editions published between 1886 and 1986 in English and held by 32 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Closing scenes of the Apache war by C. S Fly( Visual )

1 edition published in 1886 and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Two illustrations: "Geronimo and his band" and "General Crook's conference with Geronimo," showing Captain Roberts, Geronimo, Nana, Lieutenant Maus, interpreters, Captain Bourke and General Crook
Council between General Crook and Geronimo by C. S Fly( Visual )

1 edition published in 1886 and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

View of the council of Native American Apaches and U.S. military officers gathered in the woods (Cañon de los Embudos, Sonora, Mexico) during General Crook's Campaign. The men include: Captain Roberts, Native American Chiricahua Apache's Geronimo and Nana, Lieutenant Maus, three interpreters, Captain Bourke, General George Crook
Apache Chief : Geronimo's own medicine song by Geronimo( )

1 edition published in 1886 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Shattuck papers by Lemuel Coover Shattuck( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, incorporation and stock records, contracts, deeds, maps, blueprints, ledgers, legal records, and two photographs mostly relating to the business interests of Shattuck including banking, mining, and cattle farming. There are records of the Denn-Arizona Copper Company, Shattuck Arizona Copper Company, Cochise Copper Mining Company, Cochise Development Company, Miners and Merchants Bank, and others. Two photographs depict Shattuck's Bar and an image by photographer C.S. Fly of a woman holding a shotgun. Correspondence is mostly business-related but there are mentions of contemporary events. Labor concerns and the Bisbee Deportation are mentioned in letters to John Nobile, Oral King, and in the Labor Relations file (f.267). Local issues during World War I include men of enemy countries on payrolls in border towns (Gov. Thomas Campbell, f.94) and bonds for roads and bridges in Santa Cruz and Cochise Counties (Capital Issues Committee, f.97-98). Depression-era topics include the Copper Tariff (f.129) and bank closures (Gov. Benjamin Moeur, f. 343). There is also correspondence with the Arizona State Hospital concerning the mental health and treatment of Shattuck's sister, Phoebe Newman
Van Kirke Nelson photography collection, ca. 1880-ca. 1940( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Native Americans, including portraits and the built environment. Some photographs may have been used in the publication Indian Emergency Conservation Work agency's publication Indians at Work. Some images of Arizona and Southwest history, especially as pertain to the Indian wars of the late nineteenth century. Photographers and photofinishers include C.S. Fly, C.C. Pierce, Mullarky, J.R. Willis, and G. Wharton James
Woods-Lutley family photographs by Gladys Woods( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Plush album of studio portraits, on cabinet cards, mostly head and shoulders views, of unidentified children, and individual men and women of the Woods and Lutley families of Tombstone and Bisbee, mostly between 1885 and 1895. Photographers responsible for the portraits include Erwin Baer, C.S. Fly, and E.M. Jennings. The album is inscribed to Alice from Henry and Etta; which suggests it was begun after Henry and Etta's marriage in 1886
C.S. Fly's photographs of Geronimo's surrender to General Crook by C. S Fly( Visual )

1 edition published in 1886 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Printed on the versos of the photographs: No. 172-Group in hostile camp under Natches; No. 173-Geronimo's camp with sentinel; No. 174-Geronimo, son and two picked braves, man with long rifle Geronimo; No. 175-General Crook, staff, interpreters and packers; No. 177-Birds-eye view of hostile camp; No. 179-Geronimo and his warriors; No. 181-Group of hostiles; (handwritten) No. 183, Apache scouts; No. 182, (handwritten) Canon de los Embudos; No. 184, (handwritten) Scouts under Lieutenant Maus, no. 184. Nos. 172, 173, 174, 179, and 181 also printed on verso: Scene in Geronimo's camp, the Apache outlaw and murderer, escaped March 30, 1886
Cañon de los Embudos photographs by C. S Fly( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Nineteen photographs of seventeen different scenes, taken by C.S. Fly, and documenting the final days of negotiation of the surrender of Geronimo in 1886 at the Cañon de los Embudos in Mexico near the Arizona border. The images include views of Geronimo, Chief Naiche, Nana, Gen. George Crook, Charles M. Strauss, John Bourke, Tom Horn, Al Sieber, Santiago McKinn, and Apache men, women and children. Scenes include Geronimo and Naiche, and their Chiricahua Apache followers in camp and negotiating with General George Crook
Haynes photograph collection by Willis Pearson Haynes( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Early photographs of Tucson buildings and streets, Sabino Canyon, and Fort Lowell. There are views of Prescott, Nogales, Phoenix, and Tubac. Scenes of Toltec include Pima Indians and dwellings. Many Tucson views include Tohono O'odham men, women and children. There are images of Apache Indians including portraits of Loco, Naiche, Apache Kid, and others. There are family photographs, some in theatrical costume. Also there are a few mining and ranching images. Photographs were taken by Haynes, Henry Buehman, Ben Wittick, Carelton Watkins, and C.S. Fly
Gatewood photograph collection by Charles Gatewood( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photographs of southwestern Army personnel, forts and camps, Apache Indians and Scouts collected by Lt. Charles Gatewood and his son, Major Charles Gatewood. Most of the images are of people including H.W. Lawton, Britton Davis, Emmet Crawford, George Crook, Anton Mazzanovich, E.A. Carr, Nelson Miles, August Kautz, Leonard Wood, Al Sieber and Charles Gatewood. There are many photographs of Apache men including Alchesay, Chato, Eskiminzin, Loco, Naiche, Victorio, and Geronimo. Photographs of Apache Scouts include the Apache Kid, Mickey Free, and Peaches. Also includes Carlisle Indian School students; Nogales businesses, train station, and Main Street; a few images of Fort Apache, Fort Bowie, Fort Thomas, Fort Grant, and Fort Huachuca including a heliograph station near Fort Bowie; and the Gila River and Bavispe River. Photographers responsible include C.S. Fly, Christian Barthelmess, William Henry Jackson, Mitchell & Baer, Baker & Johnston, A.F. Randall, Ben Wittick, and Henry Buehman
Council between Geronimo and General Crook by C. S Fly( Visual )

and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photographs of Geronimo, Natches (Naiche), Perico, and their Chiricahua Apache followers during negotiations with General Crook in the Sierre Madre Mountains, Mexico, March 1886. This incomplete numbered series includes Geronimo's campsite; portraits of Geronimo; group portraits of men, women, and children; Apaches holding rifles; a group portrait of General Crook, his staff, interpreters, and packers; and scene of the outdoor council between General George Crook and Geronimo
Christopher C. Augur collection of photographs of the western United States by Christopher Columbus Augur( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Mounted albumen prints and stereographs of western Indians and scenes, ca. 1865-1881, taken mainly by Alexander Gardner, William H. Jackson, and William S. Soule. Also three large prints of Mexican War military scenes (Vera Cruz, Monterey, Calif., and Corpus Christi, Tex.)
Fort Bowie A.T. by C. S Fly( Visual )

and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Native American (Chiricahua Apache) women prisoners pack canvas bags for their transfer to Florida, at Fort Bowie, Arizona. White men in military uniforms look on
The hostile Apaches by C. S Fly( Visual )

1 edition published in 1886 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Composite of four engravings showing "A captive white boy in an Apache camp"; "In order of battle" (Geronimo and Natchez with other Indians); "Geronimo and Natchez" on horses; "Geronimo, his son, and two picked braves."
C.S. Fly photographs of Geronimo by C. S Fly( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection includes three photographs of Geronimo and company in Tombstone, Arizona in 1886, before surrendering to General Nelson Miles
Buehman family papers by Buehman family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, business records, certificates, essays by Estelle Buehman, scrapbooks, post cards, family photographs, and newspaper clippings relating to the Buehman family and their businesses. Also present is a collection of Albert's newspaper column, "Arizona Album." Highlights of the collection include mining investments in the Helvetia Mining District, 1899-1912 (f.10); articles of incorporation, minutes and other records of the Old Pueblo Baseball Club (f.25); postcards (f.28) of downtown Tucson, Snob Hollow (El Presidio) neighborhood, A Mountain, as well as Benson, Bisbee and Phoenix; election materials for Albert's campaigns; and the business records of the Buehman Studio and the Tucson Sporting Goods Co. Ella's correspondence concerns family, teaching, and Socialist politics; she mentions the Clarence Darrow trial, Teddy Roosevelt's nomination, the sinking of the Titanic, and other concerns, 1908-1912. Aerial photographs by Ray Manley accompany a legal case to organize an electric district in southern Pima County along the Santa Cruz River, 1958. Most of the family photographs are studio portraits. There are also travel photograph albums and two 19th century family albums; one for the Monahan, Pilling and Bayard families, the other primarily the Feldman family. Two portraits were taken by the C.S. Fly Gallery; one of E.C. Suman, the other of a young girl
 
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Alternative Names
C. S. Fly American photographer

C. S. Fly Amerikaans fotograaf (1849-1901)

C. S. Fly fotógrafo estadounidense

C. S. Fly photographe américain

Camillus S. Fly

Camillus S. Fly fotògraf estatunidenc

Fly, Camillus Sidney 1849-1901

Languages
English (34)