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Sylvester Chahuska Long Lance

The top caption reads: Sylvester Chahuska Long Lance, a full-blooded Cherokee Indian, college graduate and champion athlete, now First Lieutenant of "Princess Pat's," who fought at Vimy Ridge, at present lies severely wounded in a base hospital, "somewhere in France."

The bottom caption reads: Cadet Long Lance,…

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Photograph, Reproduction
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National Archives and Records Administration
Peter Calac, 1917

The caption reads: Pete Calac

The headline reads: Will Lead Wesleyan

The article begins: Pete Calac, the famous Indian football player who has played on the West Virginia Wesleyan team for the past two seasons, was selected last night by his team mates, at the annual football banquet which…

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Photograph, Reproduction
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National Archives and Records Administration
Jim Thorpe in Suit

The headline reads: Indian Athlete To Quit Game

The caption reads: JIM THORPE.

Jim Thorpe in a suit and tie wearing a hat.

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Captain Gus Welch, 1918

The headline reads: Indian Officer in Army

The caption reads: CAPTAIN "GUS" WELSH

The article reads: "Gus" Welsh, Indian athlete and graduate of Carlisle school, who has been made a captain in the United States, cavalry, is the first Indian…

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Photograph, Reproduction
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National Archives and Records Administration
Gus Welch and Flowberth W. Richester, 1918

The headline reads: American Indians with Allies

The article reads: New York Sun: Gus Welsh, at left, is the first American Indian to be made a captain in the United States army. He was a former Carlisle and Dickinson football and athletic star. A feature of the fortieth annual commencement of the Carlisle Indian…

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Jim Thorpe Playing Baseball

The caption reads: "JIM" THORPE was the greatest All-American football team ever devised. When he played with Carlisle a dozen years ago, there was no real defense against his vicious rushes, and hte player whom he tackled generally woke up some hours afterward, with the question, "How many were killed?" on his lips. Jim went from…

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National Archives and Records Administration
Alta Printup and Ysau Takazawa, 1918

The headline reads: INDIAN AND JAP GIRL IN CAMPAIGN FOR HOME

The subhead reads: "THE HUMMING BIRD" AND YSAU TAKAZAWA

The caption reads: These two young women, one an Indian and the other a Japanese are working for the $150,000 fund being raised for the Home from Christian Workers of the…

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Photograph, Reproduction
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National Archives and Records Administration
Sylvester C. Long-Lance, 1919

The caption reads: SYLVESTER C. LONG-LANCE

This image of Sylvester C. Long-Lance appears in an article of the New York Herald on June 21, 1919.

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Photograph, Reproduction
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National Archives and Records Administration
Jim Thorpe Track Views

The caption reads: THREE VIEWS OF JIM THORPE

Jim Thorpe shown running, throwing the shot in the shot put, and the in the middle of the long jump.

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National Archives and Records Administration
Son of the Star

View of Son of the Star.

As this image is a copied photograph of an original photographic print, the format is "Photograph, Reproduction." It is possible that John N. Choate had an original photograph from another photographer that he wished to copy, or that his own original negative was damaged, and that he needed to make another…

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Photograph, Reproduction
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Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Jim Thorpe Track Referee, 1937

The headline reads: Honorary Greenway Referee

The caption reads: The stocky man ictured yeing the stop-watch once was referred to by a king as "the greatest athlete the world has ever known". Previously, one of America's outstanding gridiron coaches called him "the greatest football player that ever lived". He is…

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Jim Thorpe at Award Ceremony, 1950

The caption reads: DISTRICT SCHOOLBOYS HONORED - Three football playing teen-agers from Washington were among the many football stars honored at last night's Touchdown Club banquet at the Hotel Statler, receiving their awards from Jim Thorpe, sports star of another era. Left to right they were: Leo Speros, Wilson High School back;…

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Photograph, Reproduction
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National Archives and Records Administration