Postcard

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Ernest William Kick, #1, c.1916

Ernest William Kick as a member of the Canadian military around 1916.

Nation:
Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
James Henry Kennedy's House, c.1916

The handwritten note on the reverse side contains a note from John Kennedy to Oscar H. Lipps regarding having his son James Henry Kennedy coming home to help on the farm over the summer. Sent from Irving, New York in March 1916.

House, two barns, and the greenhouse of James Henry Kennedy and his father John Kennedy.

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
Rural Church, c.1916

The reverse side includes a note from Paul Red Star to Oscar H. Lipps sent from Manderson, South Dakota on August 8, 1916.

Church in a field with horses and people.

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
color image; view of the gynasium with one man standing by the entrance, appears faintly pink; the girls' quarters are just visible in the left corner of the image, the gymnasium is a three story building with three windows on each floor

The caption on the postcard reads: Carlisle, Pa., Gymnasium, Indian School.

The postcard was addressed to Mrs. John P. Miller, Dillsburg, Pa. The message reads: "Dear Maud, How are you and the boys. We are all pretty well. We will look for you all on the 28th the big day in Carlisle. Kathryn."

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; a view of the interior of one of the greenhouses, in the foreground is a bed of flowering plants (white, yellow and pink flowers), in the background are raised beds of greenery, the poles which support the roof are visible to the right and run from foreground to background

The caption on the front reads: GREEN HOUSE AT INDIAN SCHOOL, CARLISLE, PA.

The postcard was sent to Wm. Gutbhall[?] Band 8th Rgt. 3rd Brigade Pa. U. G. U. S. Camp Steward, El Paso Texas. The message reads "Carlisle Pa. Aug. 27 -16 Brother Wm. Sorry to hear you are broke Yors G. A. Sollenly"

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; view of the school grounds from perspective of the academic building towards the quarters, the trees have no leaves, in the foreground is a set of students arranged in tight rows (they are in black and white)

The caption on the front of the postcard reads: Indian School, Parade Ground and Buildings, Carlisle, Pa.

The postcard was addressed to Mr. Jonny Miller, Dillsburg, Pa. and the message reads: "Dear Jonny, I hope you had a Merry Christmas. Santa Claus was good to me. I hope he was the same to you. Santa Claus brought me…

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
James Chaves, c.1917

The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: I send my picuter Mr James Chaves Riverbank California round house.

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
State Sanitorium in Mt. Alto, PA, c.1917

View of the the State Sanitorium in Mt. Alto, Pennsylvania around 1917.

The reverse side includes a handwritten note from Joseph Denny to Mr. C. V. Peel.

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
Corporal Spencer Patterson, c.1918

The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Corporal S. Patterson.

Spencer Patterson in his U.S. Army uniform holding a gun at his side.

Nation:
Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
Guy Littlejohn, c.1918

Guy Littlejohn in his U.S. Army uniform around 1918.

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
Carlisle's Sewing Room, 1918

The caption reads: SEWING ROOM, INDIAN SCHOOL CARLISLE, PA.

The reverse side includes a note from Charles Littlechief to John Francis Jr. sent from Solen, North Dakota, dated February 18, 1918.

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
color image; view of the front of the academic building, the center of the building has been colored brown, trees stand in front of the building, a fire hydrant is in the foreground

The caption on the front of the postcard reads: Instruction Buildings, Carlisle Indian School. Carlisle, Pa.

The only thing on the back are standardized directions for where to write a message and where to write the address.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
black and white image; a view of the adminsitration building with the Superintendent's Quarters just barely visible along the left side, building is two stories tall with a wrap-around porch on each level with white railings

The caption on the front of the postcard reads: ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, U.S. INDIAN SCHOOL CARLISLE PA

The only thing on the back are standard instructions for placement of the address.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; six young men (presumably all students) stand outside building with "Bakery" sign, three carry loaves of bread

The caption on the front of this postcard reads: Carlisle, Pa., Bakery and Bakers, Indian School.

The back of this postcard has nothing written on it.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
black and white image; view of the band stand and dining hall, trees obscure most of the dining hall from view, a path crosses in front of the band stand in the middle ground

There is no caption on the front of this postcard.

The back is completely blank.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
a colored view of the band stand and paths around it, a young woman stands in the foreground to the right, in the background is a big blue patch as if the maker added a pond in post-production

The caption on the front of this postcard reads: Campus, Indian School, CARLISLE, Pa.

The back of this postcard has nothing written on it.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
black and white image; view of campus from the teacher's quarters towards the large boy's quarters (facing northeast), the girl's quarters are just visible on the left and the superintendant's quarters just visible on the right, a few figures seem to run in the snow

The caption on the front reads: CAMPUS IN WINTER, U.S. INDIAN SCHOOL CARLISLE PA.

The only thing on the back are standardized directions for where to write the address.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; in the foreground a large group of young women are stood in two rows, a banner which reads "Carlisle Indian School Competitive Drill" is at the left end of the row, in the background is the northeast end of campus (girls quarters, large boys quarters, small boys' quarters, trees);

The caption on the front of the postcard reads: INDIAN GIRLS ON CAMPUS, U.S. INDIAN SCHOOL, CARLISLE, PA.

The only thing on the back are standardized directions for where to write a message and where to write the address.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
black and white image; a large group of students in dark clothing sit and stand around rocky outcropping

The caption reads: CARLISLE INDIANS AT DEVIL’S DEN, BATTLEFIELD OF GETTYSBURG PA.

The only thing on the back are standardized directions for where to write a message and where to write the address.

 

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; a view of the dining hall from the perspective of the girls' quarters, the roof is orange and the building itself is white and the sky teal, a small group of young women stand on the porch

The caption of this postcard reads: Dining Hall, U. S. Indian School, Carlisle, Pa.

The only thing on the back are standardized directions for where to write a message and where to write the address.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; view of dining hall (two story building with a small porch and two doors) from a diagonal angle, there is a road in front of the building and two trees (no people on porch)

The caption on the front of the postcard reads: DINING HALL, INDIAN SCHOOL, CARLISLE, PA.

The only thing on the back are standardized directions for where to write a message and where to write the address.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; in the foreground five young women sit at sewing machines, in the background a larger group of students stand at table cutting material, the background walls (intersected with five windows covered by blinds) are mustard yellow, most young women are dress in white or yellow dresses, cloth in hand of one of students at the sewing machine looks peach-colored

The caption of this postcard reads SEWING ROOM, INDIAN SCHOOL, CARLISLE, PA.

The only thing on the back are standardized directions for where to write a message and where to write the address.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; in the foreground five young women sit at sewing machines, in the background a larger group of students stand at table cutting material, the background walls (intersected with five windows covered by blinds) are mustard yellow, most young women are dress in white, some have yellow dresses, the fabric in the hands of one of the young women as a sewing machine is pink

The caption on the front of this postcard reads:

The only thing on the back are standardized directions for where to write a message and where to write the address.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
black and white image; band stand on the left and girls' quarters on the right, trees around both

The caption on the front reads: Girls Quarters, Campus and Summer House, Indian School, Carlisle, Pa.

The only thing on the back are standardized directions for where to write a message and where to write the address.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; band stand on the left and girls' quarters on the right, trees around both

The caption on the front of the postcard reads: Girls Quarters, Campus, and Summer House, Indian School, Carlisle, Pa.

The only thing on the back are standardized directions for where to write a message and where to write the address.

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections