The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Ella Johnson
A. Ella Johnson and ten unidentified Carlisle students.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Adaline Bontang
Adeline Boutang with an unidentified women, man, and child.
Studio portrait of Albert J. Minthorn and two unidentified young men, all wearing non-native clothing.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Alberta Bartholomew
Alberta Bartholomew and eleven unidentified Carlisle students.
Studio portrait of an unidentifed young girl (left) and Amelia Clark both (right) wearing non-native clothing.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: This is the picture we take at shop. See me in there?
Archie Quamala stands outside a tailor shop along with three unidentified men as well as a small dog.
Studio portrait of Arnold Kinzhuna (standing at right) and Hulda Kinzhuna (seated at left) with an unidentified boy and girl.
Studio portrait of Arnold Woolworth and three unidentified male students, all in school uniforms. Woolworth is standing at the left in the back row. Based on other photographs, Theodore North may be the student sitting in the right of the front row.
There is an almost undecipherable...
Studio portrait of Benjamin Thomas with two unidentified female students and a visitor [?]. Thomas and the female students are wearing school uniforms. The other person is wearing native clothing.
The caption reads: THE CARLISLE INDIAN-SCHOOL FOOTBALL ELEVEN.
Printup, Redwater, H. Pierce, Lonewolf, Wheelock, B. Pierce, Rogers, Morrison, [unidentified], Metoxen, Smith, McFarland, Miller, Jamiason, Cayou, Hudson, Shelafo, Seneca.
Casper Edson (seated) and an unidentified male student (standing), both wearing school uniforms.
Note: A handwritten caption along the side of the image reads: Casper Edson and [de Beth?].
Studio portrait of Chapo Geronimo and an unidentified young man, both in non-native clothing with decorative beaded canes.
Studio portrait of Charles Redmore and an unidentified young man. Both are in non-native clothing, one is in a uniform and holding a brass horn instrument.
Studio portrait of Chief Killer, his wife and family. Chief Killer is seated at left, wearing non-native clothes, and his wife is seated at right wearing native clothing. Standing behind them are two young women and one young man, all dressed in Carlisle uniforms. One of the girls is almost...
Studio portrait of Clarence Powder Face and an unidentified young man.
Note: Previous cataloging indicates the handwritten caption includes the name "Thomas" for the unidentified young man.
Studio portrait of Clarence White Thunder and an unidentified young man.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Clemence LeTraille
Clemence LaTraille with an unidentified student.
The handwritten caption reads: Cook - and. Daughter -
His daughter is student Grace Cook.
Studio portrait of David Abraham and an unidentified boy, both dressed in non-native clothes.
Studio portrait of eleven unidentified young female students.
Note: Previous cataloging indicates the handwritten caption contains the date January 1889.
Studio portrait of Elias Cekiya and an unidentified young man, both in non-native clothing.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Ellen Grinnell
A group of woman and a man stand outside an unidentified building. Ellen Grinnell is identified by the "X" in this photograph.
Note: A researcher suggested that this Ellen Grinnell is likely a member of...
Studio portrait of Eustace Esapoyhet, Frank Everett, and two unidentified young men, all wearing non-native clothing.
View of an unidentified Carlisle Indian School Student around 1886.
This photograph originally appeared in an album that E. A. Seabrook, a teacher at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, received from his students on December 25, 1886.
Studio portrait of five unidentified young female students, one unidentified young male student, and an unidentified white woman, probably a teacher. The boy is wearing a uniform and the girls are all wearing dressed made from a striped fabric.
Note: Previous cataloging indicates the...