This man was head of the Indian Employment Agency in Chicago’s Uptown Neighborhood in the mid-1970s. It was a busy place back then. Uptown reportedly had the nation’s single largest concentration of Native Americans. They came to Chicago from all over the country looking for work. Many Native Americans told me that virtually every tribe in America was represented in Uptown. I have no way of knowing whether that was fact or urban myth, but it speaks to how many Native Americans chose to call Uptown home at the time. This man did his best to find them work. His office was on the second floor of 1024 West Wilson. The building is no longer there. It has been replaced by a parking lot.