The Images section features photographs, postcards, and different types of artwork, as well as reproductions of images that appeared in newspapers, magazines, and other publications. These images all reflect the Carlisle Indian School students, facilities, and staff. Images available here are drawn from files housed at the U. S. National Archives, from collections of Carlisle Indian School materials housed at various archival repositories, and from a variety of published sources. Visitors to this website are also invited to share copies of photographs from their own personal and family collections; please contact us if you have images you would like to contribute.
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The handwritten note reads: Willis
Isaac Willis in a suit and tie.
The handwritten note reads: Hatch.
The handwritten note reads: Wilmet.
Mary Wilmet in a white shirt and glasses.
The handwritten note reads: Peters Pinconning Mich.
The handwritten note reads: Schingler
The handwritten note reads: Cooke
The handwritten note reads: Raiche
The caption reads: David Bureau
The photograph appears in article regarding Bureau's attempt to enlist in the Aero Corps.
The newspaper title and the date of publication are unknown.
The title reads: GERMAN HOSPITAL OF BROOKLYN, N. Y.
St. Nicholas Avenue, Stanhope and Stockholm Streets
J. Edward Stohlmann, Superintendent.
The caption reads: THE TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES CONNECTED WITH THIS INSTITUTION offers a three years' course of training to young women who have had one year in High School or its equivalent.
The caption reads: Sutton
The handwritten note reads: Camp Kelly Sanantonio Texas
The handwritten note on the reverse reads: Whatever you do dont criticeze my Big nose couse I cant help now the old folks usto Be
Gabriel Poggie sitting on a cot in uniform at Camp Kelly, San Antonio, Texas in 1917.
While the two individuals in this photograph have not been positively identified, it is likely Harry Charles and Daisy Brader. Harry married Daisy in December 1917.
Cora Belle Martin (front row, center) with her grandmother, mother, and sisters around 1917.
Format: Photographic Print, B&W
Repository: Private Collection
Welch Teesateskee around 1917.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Welch Teesatesky, in school uniform
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.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: I send my picuter Mr James Chaves Riverbank California round house.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: This was my squad when I first inlisted but it is not now. Herbert
Herbert Pappin with seven others in his army squad. Two tents in the background.
The caption reads: Lieut. S. C. LONG-LANCE
Sylvester C. Long Lance in military uniform.
This image of Sylvester Long Lance appears in an article in the New York World on February 25, 1917.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Jerome Feather.
Jerome Feather in his Infantry uniform after joining the military on June 1, 1917.
Isaac Willis in his U.S. Naval uniform from the U.S.S. Kentucky.
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, athletic and literary prize medallist, graduate of Carlisle and St. John's in his military school uniform.
These images of Sylvester Long Lance appear in the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette on July 22, 1917.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Earl Wilber
Earl Wilber in his U.S. Army Uniform.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Wm. Littlewolfe
William Little Wolfe in his naval uniform that was included in a letter to someone at Carlisle while stationed on the U.S.S. Texas on November 23, 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 was held at the New Valley Hotel, to pilot the Wesleyan team of 1918.
Peter Calac in his football uniform.
This image appears in an article of the West Virginia Wheeling Register on December 13, 1917.