National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Studio portrait of Luther Standing Bear.
Studio portrait of Lydia Flint, Hattie Long Wolf, Etta Robertson, and Luzena Choteau, all wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of Lydia Gardner, Nannie Little Robe, and Ethel Black Wolf.
Studio portrait of Lydia Harrington probably wearing school uniform.
Studio portrait of Lydia Harrington, Frank Harrington, and Jessie Spread Hands. Frank Harrington is wearing a school uniform.
Studio portrait of Mable Kelcusay possibly wearing school uniform.
Studio portrait of Mack Kutepi and an unidentified young man, both wearing non-native clothing.
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...
Studio portrait of Frank Keiser and Maggie Keiser, both wearing non-native clothing.
Studio portrait of Maggie Thomas.
Studio portrait of Malcolm Clark, Edward Clark, and Elmer Simon, all wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of Malpass Cloud and an unidentified young man, both wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of Manuelito Chiquito in native dress.
Note: Chiquito arrived on October 21, 1882 and this photograph was probably taken on that date or very soon after.
Studio portrait of Manuelio Choni wearing native clothes.
Studio portrait of Marcellus Bezhahun and Clay Domieah both wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of an unidentified female student. Previous cataloging indicates her first name is Margaret.
Studio portrait of Mark Evarts wearing non-native clothing.
Studio portrait of Mark White Shield and Charley White Shield.
Note: Previous cataloging indicates the hand written caption is "M.W. and Charles W. [Jaield]."
Studio portait of Martha Moore and Ella Moore with their father, John R. Moore.
Studio portrait of Martin Round Face and Albert Hensley, both wearing non-native clothing.
Studio portrait of Martin Round Face, Charles Clawson, and an unidentified young man, all wearing non-native clothing.
Studio portrait of Martino Vallo posed with a sleeping dog.
Studio portrait of Martino Vallo.
Studio portrait of Mary Ealy, Nellie Carey, Mary Perry, and Jennie Hammaker with teacher Mary Hyde.
Studio portrait of Mary Johnson wearing non-native clothing.
Note: There are two students named Mary Johnson. This is probably the Mary Johnson from the Stockbridge nation who arrived in 1888 when she was 15 years old and departed in 1892. The other Mary Johnson was from the Onondaga...