The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Indians beat Dartmouth in the greatest upset of 1913 season. Credit John Steckbeck (fabulous Redman).
The printed note on the reverse side reads: J. HORACE McFARLAND CO. HARRISBURG, PA. ART AND ENGRAVING MAY 1...
The headline reads: OLYMPIC VICTORS IN 1913 CHALMERS
The caption reads: JAMES THORPE THE WONDERFUL, CARLISLE INDIAN ATHLETE, AT THE WHEEL OF THE NEW CHALMERS "THIRTY-SIX." ON THE SEAT BESIDE THORPE IS FRED KELLEY, THE CALIFORNIAN, WHO WON THE 110-METRE HURDLE RACE...
The headline reads: Moving Pictures to Snap Passing of Thorpe in Happy Bondage
The caption reads: MISS MARGARET IVA MILLER
The subheader reads: Carlisle Indian School Battalion of Cadets and Girl Students Will Be Prominent Factors in the...
The caption reads: CARLISLE STUDENT IN INDIAN DRESS
The handwritten note reads: Rose Lyons
The printed note reads: It isn't often that Indian students appear in native costume at Carlisle, but the accompanying cut is from a picture of Miss...
The headline reads: VERSATILE INDIAN IS WONDER OF ATHLETICS
The captions read from top left to bottom right: PLAYING FOOTBALL RUNNING BROAD JUMP RUNNING 100 YARD DASH HIGH JUMPING AS A BASE BALL PITCHER BASKETBALL PUTTING THE SHOT...
The caption reads: THE THORPE BRIDAL PARTY.
The bridal party for the wedding of Jim Thorpe and Iva Miller.
Joseph S. Sheehan and wife.
Clipping is from the Baltimore America in 1914.
The headline reads: AMERICAN INDIAN IS FIGHTING FOR ALLIES
The printed caption reads: Lieut. Long Lance.
Sylvester Long Lance in military uniform.
This image appears in the New York Post on February 12, 1915.
The caption reads: Well-known Nez Perces.
The printed note reads:
Standing -- Rev. E. J. Conner and James Kash Kash.
Sitting -- Kip-kip-pa-li-can and Black Eagle.
This image appears courtesy of the Redman in...
This image is from a newspaper article about James M. Phillips as he was elected Mayor of Aberdeen, Washington, in 1915.
This article appears in the Tacoma Ledger on April 18, 1915.
Corporal Robert James Tahamont member of the second infantry of Company C of the National Guard of New Jersey in 1916 in his overcoat uniform.
Ernest William Kick as a member of the Canadian military around 1916.
The caption reads: THE GERMAN HOSPITAL ANNEX
The New Home for the Pupil Nurses of the Training School
The headline reads: Indian Appointed to The Military Academy
The printed caption reads: SYLVESTER CHAHUSKA LONGLANCE
This image appears in the Worcester Post on May 9, 1916.
The caption reads: Macbeth and Lady Macbeth (Meroney French and Lucy West).
This image appears in The Carlisle Arrow vol. 13, no. 1 (July 1916): 4.
The caption reads: MISS CORA ELM MISS SARAH M. INGALLS
The headline reads: INDIAN GIRLS WILL PLEAD FOR SUFFRAGE
The printed note reads: They will take part in the big suffrage demonstration planned for next Sunday in Washington under...
The caption reads: David Bureau
The photograph appears in article regarding Bureau's attempt to enlist in the Aero Corps.
The newspaper title and the date of publication are unknown.
The title reads: GERMAN HOSPITAL OF BROOKLYN, N. Y.
St. Nicholas Avenue, Stanhope and Stockholm Streets
J. Edward Stohlmann, Superintendent.
The caption reads: THE TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES CONNECTED WITH THIS...
The caption reads: GERMAN HOSPITAL OF BROOKLYN
The caption reads: Lieut. S. C. LONG-LANCE
Sylvester C. Long Lance in military uniform.
This image of Sylvester Long Lance appears in an article in the New York World on February 25, 1917.
The top caption reads: Sylvester Chahuska Long Lance, a full-blooded Cherokee Indian, college graduate and champion athlete, now First Lieutenant of "Princess Pat's," who fought at Vimy Ridge, at present lies severely wounded in a base hospital, "somewhere in France."
The caption reads: Pete Calac
The headline reads: Will Lead Wesleyan
The article begins: Pete Calac, the famous Indian football player who has played on the West Virginia Wesleyan team for the past two seasons, was selected last night by...
The headline reads: Indian Athlete To Quit Game
The caption reads: JIM THORPE.
Jim Thorpe in a suit and tie wearing a hat.
The headline reads: Indian Officer in Army
The caption reads: CAPTAIN "GUS" WELSH
The article reads: "Gus" Welsh, Indian athlete and graduate of Carlisle school, who has been made a captain...
The headline reads: American Indians with Allies
The article reads: New York Sun: Gus Welsh, at left, is the first American Indian to be made a captain in the United States army. He was a former Carlisle and Dickinson football and athletic star. A feature of the...