Studio portrait of Mack Kutepi and an unidentified young man.
Previous cataloging interpreted the handwritten caption as giving the name of the unidentified young man as "Bear."
Studio portrait of two female students.
Note: The caption written on this photo identifies the sitters as Maggie and Kate and provides a date of 1894. It is possible that these are students Maggie Simpson and Kate Stocker, who are shown together in another photograph (Cumberland County...
Portrait of a large group of unidentified male and female students posed on the steps of a brick building with a white woman, identified in the caption as Miss Hunt. There are six small white children posed with them in the front row.
School records show Lydia Hunt worked as a teacher at...
Portrait of ten unidentified male students and thirteen unidentified female students posed with two white women, presumably teachers, on the steps outside a brick building.
Studio portrait of an unidentified male student in uniform and an unidentified female student with three Native American men and one Native American woman, probably visiting relatives of the students.
Studio portrait of a male student in uniform with a man wearing a white scarf, probably a visitor.
Previous cataloging from the National Anthropological Archives provided a date of 1894 for this image. It is not clear what this was based on.
Portrait of eighteen male students in school uniforms, lined up on the school grounds in front of the girls' dormitory. There is a small child in a sleigh on the ground near them although there is no snow on the ground.
Studio portrait of Malpass Cloud and an unidentified young man, both wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of Mamie Down and an unidentified young woman, both wearing non-native clothing.
Studio portrait of an unidentified female student. Previous cataloging indicates her first name is Margaret.
Studio portrait of Martin Round Face, Charles Clawson, and an unidentified young man.
Mary Miller Dodge with Alpheus D. Dodge, Charlotte Dodge and an unidentified individual with a dog in front of a house.
The Mishler family sits for a portrait around 1890. Two members of the Mishler family, Louis Jr. and Charles, would attend the Carlisle Indian School.
Standing, left to right: Charles Mishler, Louis Mishler Jr.
Sitting, left to right: Louis Mishler Sr., [...
Studio portrait of seven female and eleven male students. The caption for the Cumberland County Historical Society's copy of this image identifies them as Miss Coats' class. School records show Carrie W. Coats taught at the school in 1884.
Studio portrait of eighteen students, eleven male and seven female. The caption identifies them as Miss Coats' class.
School records show Carrie Coats taught at the school in 1884.
Portrait of Kate Irvine, a staff member, and a group of nineteen male students posed in front of a school building. Many of the students are holding bows and arrows. The caption identifies them as her "Sabbath School Class."
The Cumberland County Historical Society has two copies of this...
Studio portrait of Mr. Terrance with two male students and seven female students. The caption identifies Terrance and that the students were from the Mohawk nation.
There is a Mr. Terrance mentioned in the student newspapers as being from the Mohawk nation and having three children of...
Studio portrait of twenty people: one male student, eighteen female students, and one teacher. The caption identifies the group of "Miss Moore with her music class." School records show Annie Moore was the music teacher at that time. The caption on the Cumberland County Historical Society's copy...
Studio portrait of twenty people: one male student, eighteen female students, and one teacher. The caption identifies this as "Music Class, 1891." The NAA copy of this image identifies the teacher as Miss Moore. School records show the music teacher was Annie Moore.
Studio portrait of Myron Moses, Hiram Blackchief, and an unidentified young man, all wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of a Native American man, probably a visiting chief or relative, with a male and a female student.
Studio portrait of a Native American man, presumably a visiting chief or father, with three male and six female students.
Studio portrait of a Native American man, presumably a father or chief, with three male and six female students.
Studio portrait of a Native American man, probably a visiting chief, with two male students in school uniforms.
Previous cataloging interprets part of the handwritten caption as being the name "Bruer." There are no students with that name.
Studio portrait of a Native American young man.