National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
View of the Superintendent's Quarters with people, including probably Richard Henry Pratt, in front of the house and on the balconies.
View of the Superintendent's Quarters with two men leaning against the fence in front of the building.
Studio portrait of Susan Gibson.
Studio portrait of Susan Summers and Alice Sheffield, both probably wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of Susie Bond and Susie Gray, both possibly wearing school uniform.
Studio portrait of Susie Bond and Susie Gray.
Studio portrait of Susie Martinez wearing school uniform, holding a doll and a large hat.
Studio portrait of Susie Metoxen wearing school uniform.
Note: Handwritten caption along side of image: "Susie Metoxen, Mar. 1888."
Portrait of T.J. Morgan, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, posed with Richard Henry Pratt and the school's teachers on the school grounds.
The school newspapers reported a visited by Morgan to the school in February of 1890. It's possible that this photograph was taken at that time...
Studio portrait of Talbot Goday.
Studio portrait of seventeen male students, three female students, and one white woman. The caption identifies the white woman as Miss Seabrook. Alice Seabrook was a teacher at the school from 1885 to 1889 and later worked at the school as a nurse from 1890 to 1892.
Studio portrait of teacher Mary Hyde and eight female students. The students are: Ann Laura (back left), Hattie Long Wolf (back middle), Rebecca Big Star (back right), Alice Wynn (middle row left), Grace Cook (middle row right), Mabel Doanmoe (bottom left), Stella Berht (bottom center), and Ruth...
Studio portrait of instructor Mary Hyde and the Indian School choir, including male and female students in school uniforms.
Note: The Cumberland County Historical Society assigns a date of April 30, 1884 to their copy of this image. They also identified several students by comparison with...
Studio portrait of teacher Marianna Burgess with ten unidentified male students and three unidentified female students.
Previous cataloging assigns this image a date of 1898, presumably from a caption scratched on the plate.
Studio portrait of twenty-one unidentified male students in school uniforms posed with a white woman. The caption identifies her as Miss Hunt. School records show Lydia Hunt was a teacher at the school from 1890-1891.
View of a bedroom, presumably of a person at the school. It is likely that it was the room of a female teacher or matron, probably Mary Hyde.
View showing part of the Teachers' Quarters and the Band Stand, with four male figures in front the bandstand. The fence that surrounded the school is visible behind the Teachers' Quarters.
View of the Teachers' Quarters showing one of the extensions off the back of the building.
Studio portrait of five unidentified female students and five unidentified male students, one of whom is a small boy.
Previous cataloging identifies them as from the Kiowa nation and provides a date of March 9, 1892 for the image.
Studio portrait of ten unidentified male students wearing school uniforms.
The caption for the Cumberland County Historical Society's copy of this image identifies them as from the Cheyenne nation and dates it to March 1880.
Ten male Creek students posed at the bandstand on the school grounds. All are wearing school uniforms. In the front row (from left to right) are: Almarine McKellop, Robert Stewart, Alexander McNac, Ellis Childers, Samuel Checote, and Corenlius Carr. In the back row (front left to right) are:...
Studio portrait of ten male students in uniform.
The Cumberland County Historical Society's copy of this image identifies them as "Printer Boys." On one copy of the image they are identified as, left to right: William Butcher, Benajah Miles, Paul Boynton, Richard Davis, Samuel Townsend,...
Studio portrait of ten male students all wearing school uniforms. The caption of the Cumberland County Historical Society version of this image states they came from the Omaha nation and arrived in August 1883.
Studio portrait of five male students (all wearing school uniforms) and five female students. Previous cataloging interprets the caption as identifying the students as Pawnee, and naming three of them as Rose Howell, Phoebe Howell, and Ann Townsend. Rose and Phoebe were both Pawnee students....
Studio portrait of ten male students. The caption for the Cumberland County Historical Society copy of this image has a caption that says they are from the Pine Ridge agency and arrived in November 1882.