National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Studio portrait of Nicholas Ruleau (back row at right), Preston Three Bears (back row at left), Felix Iron Eagle Feather, and an unidentified young man.
Note: Previous cataloging identifies the name of the unidentified student as Alex and gives a date of January 1887.
Studio portrait of Nina Carlisle.
Note: Information supplied by NAA for the image provides a date of November 1882. However, Nina was not at the school until 1889 and another image apparently taken on the same day was dated November 1889, so we believe that is also the date of this image...
Studio portrait of Nina Carlisle.
Note: A faint handwritten caption along the side of the image probably reads: Nina Carlisle Nov. 1889."
Studio portrait of five male and four female students. The caption for the Cumberland County Historical Society copy of this image identifies them as from the Arapaho nation and that they arrived in February 1881.
Studio portrait of five unidentified male students and four unidentified female students.
Previous cataloging identifies them as from the Chippewa nation and provides a date of August 31, 1889 for the image.
Studio portrait of nine female students, all wearing school uniforms. They are (front row, left to right): Etta Robertson, Rose Howell, Jessie Spread Hands, Jennie Mitchell, and Elizabeth Wind; (back row, left to right): Nellie Carey, Phoebe Howell, Annie Thomas, and Lillie Wind.
Studio portrait of nine female students, all wearing school uniforms. They are (back row, left to right): Harriet Kyocea, Lydia Harrington, Louie Cornelius, Katie White Bird, and Julia Logan; (front row, left to right): Alice Long Pole, Jennie Black, Nellie Aspenall, and Jennie Conners....
Studio portrait of five male students and four female students.
They are, back row, left to right: Frank West, George Summers, Percy Zadoka, Warden Cleaver; front row, left to right: Annie Thomas, Minnie Yellow Bear, Pollock Spotted Tail, Hattie Longwolf, and Harriet Mary Elder.
Studio portrait of nine unidentified young female students, all wearing school uniforms, with an unidentified white woman, probably a teacher.
Studio portrait of four unidentified male students and five unidentified female students.
Studio portrait of sixteen male students and three female students. The caption identifies them as from the Arapaho tribe.
Portrait of nineteen unidentified female students with a white woman, presumably a teacher, posed on the school grounds.
Portrait of nineteen students, some in native clothing, probably taken upon arrival on the school grounds. In the back row at the far right is a male student in school uniform.
Studio portrait of Noah Lovejoy wearing school uniform.
Studio portrait of Noble Prentis.
Studio portrait of Norman Casadore (standing) and Stephen Smith (sitting).
Studio portrait of Norman Casadore.
Studio portrait of Norman Casadore wearing a school uniform.
Studio portrait of Oconame Howerame (standing at left) and John Nori (seated at right), both wearing school uniforms.
Note: Previous cataloging indicates a date of November 27 1886 is part of the caption written on this image.
Studio portrait of a student believed to be Oconame Howerame.
An apparently later handwritten note on a white label appears to read "Henry Acoyame." A name is written in faint, indecipherable handwriting along the side of the image.
Note: There is no record of a...
Studio portrait of a young man wearing school uniform. The handwritten caption reads something like "Odella," and so we believe it is either Odell La Fleur (Colville Nation) or Odellah Ahtley (Apache Nation).
Portrait of a large group of male students in uniforms, accompanied by a white man in the center of the bottom row, posed on the steps of one of the student quarters on the school grounds.
The Cumberland County Historical Society's copy of this image has a caption identifying the students...
Studio portrait of Orpha Miller.
Studio portrait of an Osage chief with three male students.
This chief is also in the group of Osage chiefs in PA-CH1-075b and on his own in PA-CH2-005b.
Studio portrait of Otto Wells wearing school uniform.