Images

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 reverse side includes a note from George Wynaco to Oscar H. Lipps sent from San Francisco, California on board the U.S.S. Albany on July 11, 1915.

The U.S.S. Albany at sea.

The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gilman. 1915.

The headline reads: AMERICAN INDIAN IS FIGHTING FOR ALLIES

The printed caption reads: Lieut. Long Lance.

Sylvester Long Lance in military uniform.

This image appears in the New York Post on February 12, 1915.

The caption reads: Well-known Nez Perces.

The printed note reads:
Standing -- Rev. E. J. Conner and James Kash Kash.

Sitting -- Kip-kip-pa-li-can and Black Eagle.

This image appears courtesy of the Redman in The Nez Perce Indian vol. 1, no. 21 (April 1915): 1.

This image is from a newspaper article about James M. Phillips as he was elected Mayor of Aberdeen, Washington, in 1915. 

This article appears in the Tacoma Ledger on April 18, 1915.

The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Our camp, Turkey Foot Lake. Ohio, Summit Co. Fourth of July week - 1915
Mr. Brown Eagle - Cook
Mr. Roy H. Cross
Mr. Arthur W. Durr
Mr. Gene Smith
Mr. George Smith
Mr. James Y. Black.
Akron, O.

Four men in front of a tent with woods in the background.

The handwritten caption reads: Taken August 30, 1915.

The reverse side includes quotes from Woodrow Wilson and Abraham Lincoln and the home addresses of Moses P. Kogechiwan.

The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Childers and children Clarence, Eloise, and Ruby.   Broken Arrow Oklahoma, October 8, 1915.

View of D. B. and Mildred (Millie) McIntosh Childers with their three children.

Group portrait of seventeen male students in uniform and one white man in uniform. 

The photo's mat bears the inscription: "To Mr. & Mrs. Corbitt, Compliments of Carlisle Officers and Mr. J. F. Duran, Dec. 1916." 

J. F. Duran was the school's Assistant Disciplinarian and there was a married couple named Corbett employed by the school. 

The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Lillian Henry - Carlisle - Pa. Tribe - New York - Tuscarora

Group portrait of twenty-seven male students in uniform. 

The rug in front of the students appears to be the same as that in another photo (FB03-11) which is dated 1916. 

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

The handwritten note reads: By Franci Rameies

This drawing of a house with a fence is on the inside front cover of the Onondaga Free Academy Hand Book: 1915-1916.

The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: 1916-1492=424 years ago.

Three faces including a man with a bowler hat, a crying infant, and a man who appears ill. Appears in Barney Jacobs Onondaga Free Academy Hand Book for the 1915-1916 school year.

The caption reads: THE GERMAN HOSPITAL ANNEX
The New Home for the Pupil Nurses of the Training School

Ozetta Bourbonnais and an unidentified woman wearing a cape. Both in white uniforms.

The caption reads: Mess Hall, U. S. Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill.

The reverse side contains a note from Andrew F. Solomon to Oscar H. Lipps from Waukegan, Illinois on September 24, 1916.

Corporal Robert James Tahamont member of the second infantry of Company C of the National Guard of New Jersey in 1916 in his overcoat uniform.

Portrait of Peter Calac posed outdoors wearing football uniform.

Note: The CCHS description of this image notes Calac was captain of the football team at this time.

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.

Fred J. Ettawageshik in formal suit.

The handwritten caption reads: Fred Ettawageshik (1916.)

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

Studio portrait of a male student, Corporal Robert James Tahamont, member of the second infantry of Company C of the National Guard of New Jersey, wearing his overcoat uniform.