QUEEN MARIE'S ROYAL PROGRESS THROUGH THE WEST
New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial
November 25, 1926
Vol. XXIV, No. 14



IN THE FAR WEST: THE SLAYER OF SITTING BULL, Chief Red Tomahawk of the Sioux, Greets Queen Marie at Mandan, N. D. The Prince and Princess Are Standing Behind Her Majesty. (Courtesy Northern Pacific Ry.)





AN INTRODUCTION TO ROYALTY: SAM HILL (Left) Presents a Friend to Queen Marie on the Occasion of the Dedication of the Hill Museum at Maryhill, Wash. (Times Wide World Photos.)





THE FIRST QUEEN TO WEAR AN AMERICAN CROWN: QUEEN MARIE OF RUMANIA WITH THE FIVE-GALLON HAT Which Was Given Her at the End of the Rodeo Which She Saw at Medora, N. D., on Her Trip Through the West. In the Front Row Is the Queen’s Cowboy Court. Major Stanley Washburn, the Queen’s Aid, Kneels Third From the Left. (Times Wide World Photos.)





DEDICATING A MUSEUM: QUEEN MARIE OF RUMANIA, With Sam Hill at Her Left and Prince Nikolas, Princess Ileana and Mayor Baker of Portland, Ore., Visits Maryhill, Wash. to Grace the Ceremonies at the Hill Museum. (Times Wide World Photos.)





STRANGE COSTUMES IN NORTH DAKOTA: QUEEN MARIE (Right), Prince Nikolas and Princess Ileana on the Rear Platform of Their Special Train at Mandan. (Courtesy Northern Pacific Ry.)