The top handwritten note reads: Orchard of Stephen Reuben. Carlisle returned student of 1893.
The caption reads: Orchard Planted by a Nez Perce Indian Orchardist of Stephen Reuben. 1,250 different kind of fruit trees.
This image appears in the ...
The headline reads: ARRANGING FOR CONFERENCE OF AMERICAN INDIANS
The caption reads: MRS. ROSA LA FLESCHE
The note reads: One of the leading women of her race, a graduate of Carlisle and long in the government service. She has been in...
The caption reads: SAVAGE HOPI INDIANS ARE TRANSFORMED INTO MODEL STUDENTS
The sub-captions over the individual pictures read (top, then left to right): BAND OF HOPI INDIANS AS THEY LOOKED FIVE YEARS AGO WHEN THEY WERE TAKEN TO THE CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOL; JOSHUA...
The headline reads: SON OF APACHE CHIEF STUDIES PAINTING.
The caption reads: VINCENT V. NATALISH, INDIAN BOY PAINTER.
The headline reads: FOR STATE SENATOR
The caption reads: Wm. HAZLETT, of Ft. Cobb, Okla Candidate for State Senator for the 15th District.
Portrait of William Hazlett.
The printed note reads: WILLIAM HAZLETT AND FAMILY.
William Hazlett, his wife Nora Guy Hazlett, their three children and a dog.
The printed caption reads: FARM OF WILLIAM HAZLETT.
William Hazlett's farm. Three men, one woman, and two children in the foreground with buildings in the background.
The caption reads: W. M. Hazlett
The printed note reads: Candidate for nomination State Senator - 15th Senatorial District - Democratic ticket. Primary election, August 2, 1910.
The caption reads: A NATIVE AMERICAN GENTLEMAN. Nez Perce alumnus of the Carlisle Indian School.
The printed note attached to this image reads: Clipping from the N. Y. Tribune. January 23, 1910. James G. Dickson -- ex-pupil.
This image appears...
The caption reads: The TEPEE OF THE NEW INDIAN. The home of an educated Nez Perce Indian near Kamiah, Idaho.
The handwritten note at the top of the image reads: Paul Corbett - Ex-pupil.
This image of Paul Corbett's house appears in an article of...
The headline reads: ATHLETICS WIN FIRST GAME IN WORLD'S SERIES
The subheadline reads: Indian Bender's Wonderful Pitching and Baker's Hitting Give Mackmen 4 to 1 Victory.
Charles Albert Bender after throwing a baseball in his Philadelphia Athletics...
The headline reads: CHIEF BENDER.
The subheadline reads: Athletics' Pitcher Held "Cubs" Down to Three Hits.
Charles Albert Bender in his Philadelphia Athletics uniform.
This image appears in the Evening Sentinel, which was published...
Shibe Park during the 1910 World Series.
Studio portrait of Edward Bracklin wearing an athletic uniform and holding a lacrosse stick.
This image was scanned from The Red Man, Vol. III, No. 7, 1911/03.
The caption reads: CHARLES E. DAGENETT (Peoria) Vice President on Membership.
The printed note reads: Mr. Dagenett, who is the U. S. Supervisor of Indian Employment, has been one of the of the most energetic workers since the beginning of the Society. In many a...
The caption reads: JAMES REILY WHEELOCK
Portrait of James Riley Wheelock.
This image appears in The Telegraph, which is published in Harrisburg.
The caption reads: JAMES THORPE Retiring Captain of the Carlisle Indian School Football Team
Jim Thorpe holding a football in his football uniform.
The headline reads: INDIAN ATHLETE AND CHEROKEE BRIDE -TO-BE.
The captions read: Miss MARGARET IVA MILLER. JAMES THORPE.
This image appears in the Philadelphia North American in October 1911.
The caption reads: AIR AND EFFICIENT EDUCATION- MR. WATT'S IDEA IN PRACTICE IN A CHICAGO SCHOOLROOM
This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 56.
The headline reads: ARRANGING INDIAN CONFERENCE
The caption reads: MRS. ROSA BE LA FLESCHE.
The note reads: Three-quarter blood Chippewa, proud of her race, who is here arranging for the coming conference on betterment of conditions among...
The caption reads: MRS. ROSA. B. LA FLESCHE (Chippewa)
The note reads: It was her deep faith in the Society and her devotion to it that carried the first conference to success and gave the Society the strength to live through its most critical periods....
The caption reads: MRS. ROSA B. LA FLESCHE,
The note reads: Secretary Congress of American Indians, in session at Columbus, Ohio.
This image appears in the Oklahoman in 1911.
The caption reads: MRS. HENRY ROBERTS
The printed note reads: She was Miss Rose De Nomie, a nurse in the Carlisle Indian School Hospital. When Roberts, star end on the Indians' football team, was injured in a game she nursed him back to health and strength, and...
The headline reads: INDIANS TO COMPETE IN MARATHON CONTEST
The caption reads: SKY EAGLE, INDIAN RUNNER Who Will Compete with White Sprinters in Los Angeles-Venice Marathon.
The printed note reads: Judson Cabay, Swiftest of Chippewa Braves,...
The headline reads: SPEEDY RED MAN
The caption reads: Lewis Tewanima.
The printed note reads: Wonderful little Indian distance run-ner, who is training or the five-mile event at the National Indoor champion-shisp, to beheld in Madison...