National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Studio portrait of George Conner and Charles Wright.
Studio portrait of George Conner [?] (probably seated at right) and William Johnson [?] (probably standing at left). Both are wearing school uniforms.
Note: Previous cataloging interpreted the handwritten caption as "[?] Connor and W. Johnson." The identification of these as George Conner...
Studio portrait of George Conner wearing a uniform.
NOTE: Although this image appears to be labeled "George Conner," family members do not believe that is who is pictured here.
Studio portrait of George Conner.
Studio portrait of George Ell (left) and Anthony Austin (right).
Studio portrait of George Ell (seated at left), Philip Lavatta (standing center), and Charles Buck (seated at right, all wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of George Fire Thunder.
Studio portrait of George Fire Thunder wearing school uniform.
Studio portrait of George Hill.
Note: When he arrived at Carlisle, Hill was known as George Washington. He is also known as George W. Hill.
Studio portrait of George Ladeaux.
Note: Previous cataloging indicated the student's name in the hand written caption is George Laden.
Studio portrait of George Means.
Studio portrait of George Means (seated at left), Nicholas Ruleau (standing at rear), and Eugene Means [?] (seated at right).
Note: There is no record for a student named Eugene Means. This name in the handwritten caption is very hard to read.
Studio portrait of George S. Watchman.
Studio portrait of George Summers.
Studio portrait of George W. Hill.
Note: The handwritten caption identifies this sitter as George Washington. When he first arrived at the school that was the name Hill was known by.
The girls' quarters with female students on the porches, with the bandstand at right and the hospital building visible between them.
Studio portrait of Cook with his daughter, student Grace Cook.
Studio portrait of thirteen male and five female students.
This appears to be a different version (people in different positions) of the graduating class of 1890. This is not the version that became the official photograph of the class.
Studio portrait of William Crazy Bull (seated in school uniform) and Chief Little Wagon, Chief Big Roads, an unidentified man (probably another visiting chief), and an unidentified young man (probably a student).
Portrait of twenty-nine male students and eight female students posed on the school grounds, with Richard Henry Pratt and two other white men standing behind them.
Previous cataloging identifies them as from the Apache nation.
Studio portrait of four young men, two seated, two standing behind them. The young men seated and standing on the left are wearing school uniforms.
Two students are identified as Ota Chief Eagle and Phillips Bob Tail. The other two are unidentified.
Portrait of a group of unidentified male and female students, dressed formally, posed in front the brick archway of the gymnasium building.
Previous cataloging indicates the students are from the Cherokee nation and provides a date of March 1895.
Studio portrait of a large group of male and female students with a white male teacher in the center of the group. The caption identifies them as students who worked in the print shop.
One copy of this image has the sitters identified. They are, back row, left to right: William Denomie,...
Photograph of a studio portrait of a large group of male and female students. At least one person, a male student, appears to have been added to the photograph after it was taken. The handwritten caption seems to say "Class 1903."
The National Anthropological Archives has two versions of...
Group portrait of thirteen Native American men, probably visiting chiefs, with five white men and Richard Henry Pratt (seated in chair at right). They are posed in front of the bandstand on the school grounds.