A typed label on the reverse of the image identifies it as an "'open air' summer trolley" on Pratt Avenue. The Leupp Art Studio is visible in the background.
Leupp Art Studio
A display of items, such as baskets, and other items in a room decorated with Native-American motifs in the Leupp Art Studio. These items may have been made by students at the school and offered for sale.
The Cumberland County Historical Society has two copies of this image; a print (14B-16-02) and a…
A display of Native American-style rugs, baskets and objects in the Leupp Art Studio. They may be objects made by the students, being offered for sale.
A display of Native American-style objects, hanging on display. They may be objects made by the students, being offered for sale.
Male students posed working the school's photo studio, with four female students posed as if to have their picture taken.
View taken looking down Pratt Avenue from the Central Campus, with the Dining Hall at left, the Laundry Building at right, and the Leupp Art Studio in the distance in the center.
Everett Strong was a photographer employed by the school starting in May 1908; he had left before December 1909.
Leupp Art Studio at the Carlisle Indian School with blankets outside, along with four people and a sign reading "No Admittance on Sunday"
The Leupp Indian Art Studio.
View of the northwestern side of the school campus, taken from the far side of the bridge over the Letort Creek, showing Pratt Avenue with entrance gates, the Leupp Art Studio, staff houses, and the back of the Dining Hall.
The captions read: BUILDINGS, THE DINING HALL, THE LEUPP STUDIO, GIRLS' QUARTERS, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, THE GUARD HOUSE, LARGE BOYS' QUARTERS
The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 3 (November 1911): 122.…
View of the Leupp Art Studio building in winter.
William A. Mercer requests to use the bequest of Harriet W. Taber to build a photographic gallery or art building at the entrance of the Carlisle Indian School.
William A. Mercer elaborates on his plan for building a photographic gallery at the entrance to the Carlisle Indian School using the bequest of Harriet W. Taber. Mercer states that he has already begun construction using athletic funds.
Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps requests permission from Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells to renovate the currently unused Leupp Art Studio and convert it to the official headquarters of the Carlisle Alumni Association. Sells grants Lipps the authority.
Lipps believes that there are over five…