Postcard

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Ralph Brown, c.1885

The handwritten note reads: Ralph Brown age 17 years

Ralph Brown was Eliza Bell Brown's husband.

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
Teachers Club

Teachers club with tables set with table clothes. Radiator in the background along with exposed light bulb hanging from the ceiling.

 

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; six young men (probably students) stand outside building with Bakery sign, three carry loaves of bread

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

This postcard was sent to Mr. John P. Miller, Burnham, Pa. Mifflin Co. The message reads: "Dear Son, I am still looking for that letter now write to me at once as I am anxious to hear from you. Mother"

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Final 220 yds. Dash Between Carlisle Indians and Mercersburg Academy, c.1900

The caption reads: Final 220 yds. Dash Between Carlisle Indians and Mercersburg Academy.

The handwritten note reads: Easter Greetings. Can you find the sender? A boy snapped this some years ago. W. A. McLaughlin. Mercersburg, Pa. 03/30/1907.

This image is from a track and field event between the…

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
Robert R. Rowe Private Collection
Sepia toned image, two young boys are on a grassy hill, one stands (possibliy in school uniform) and plays a bugle, the other boy sits in the grass and leans on a drum

This postcard has the caption Taps Indian School Carlisle, Pa.

Although this postcard was never sent, there is a message written on the back: "To Donald from Catharine. We had an indian boy take us all through the Indian school."

 

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Unidentified male student #8, c.1900

Studio portrait of an unidentified male student in school uniform. 

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Two Female Students, c. 1901

Studio portrait of two female students.

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Princeton University Library, Department of Special Collections
Students Playing Croquet, c.1902

The caption reads: Band Stand and Girls Quarters, Indian Industrial School, Carlisle, Pa.

The handwritten note on the front reads: Juliette Smith Carlisle Pa

The postcard is addressed to Marba Marlin in Roxbourgh, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Carlisle Indian School Green House, c.1905

The caption reads Green House at Indian School, Carlisle, PA.

This image appears in Souvenir Views of Carlisle, PA (New York, NY: The Valentine Souvenir Company, c.1905).

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Carlisle Indian School Library, c.1905

The caption reads Library, Indian School, Carlisle, PA.

This image appears in Souvenir Views of Carlisle, PA (New York, NY: The Valentine Souvenir Company, c.1905).

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Carlisle Indian School Printing Office, c.1905

The caption reads Printing Office, Indian School, Carlisle, PA.

This image appears in Souvenir Views of Carlisle, PA (New York, NY: The Valentine Souvenir Company, c.1905).

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Dining Hall, c.1905

The caption reads Dining Hall, Indian School, Carlisle, PA.

This image appears in Souvenir Views of Carlisle, PA (New York, NY: The Valentine Souvenir Company, c.1905).

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Girls in the Sewing Room, c.1905

The caption reads Sewing Room, Indian School, Carlisle, PA.

This image appears in Souvenir Views of Carlisle, PA (New York, NY: The Valentine Souvenir Company, c.1905).

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
School Building, c.1905

The caption reads Academic Building, Indian School, Carlisle, PA.

This image appears in Souvenir Views of Carlisle, PA (New York, NY: The Valentine Souvenir Company, c.1905).

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Students Guarding the Front Gate, c.1905

The caption reads Entrance to Indian School, Carlisle, PA.

This image appears in Souvenir Views of Carlisle, PA (New York, NY: The Valentine Souvenir Company, c.1905).

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Vaccinations at the Carlisle Indian School Dispensary, c.1905

The caption reads Dispensary at Hospital, Indian School, Carlisle, PA.

This image appears in Souvenir Views of Carlisle, PA (New York, NY: The Valentine Souvenir Company, c.1905).

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
Charles Dubray and family, c.1907

The handwritten note reads: 1 Charles DeBrae; 2 Ruth DeBrae; 3 John DeBrae; 4 Julian DeBrae; 5 May DeBrae.

The reverse side includes a short note from Charles DeBrae to Bear Man.

This image was taken at Coney Island in New York around 1907.

Note: DeBrae is also known by the…

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Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
black and white image; view of central campus taken from a slight height, most buildings are obscured by trees but you can see the flag pole, a little bit about of the administration building and large boys' quarters

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

There is also a message hand-written on the front of the card that reads: "Arrived safely am boarding with Rev. Rhods[?] have a nice place. Best wishes Pa'pa".

The postcard was addressed to Miss Ethel M. Haines,…

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
real photograph postcard, portrait of a young woman, in red pen has been written "Eliz. Penny" and "N. V. R.", the woman's hair is braided and she is wearing a dress and jewelry

There is no printed caption on the front of the image, but someone has written onto it in red ink the words: Eliz. Penny and the initials N. V. R.

The postcard was addressed to Miss Agnes May Robbins, Robbins Station, Pa. There is also a caption at the top which reads: "Elizabeth Penny, Nez Perce Tribe…

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
black and white image; photograph of the Carlisle Indian School band, fifty people sat on four levels of risers hold instruments, a bass drum with the words "Carlisle Indian School U. S." painted on it is visible in the right corner;

There is no caption on the front of the postcard. On the back is an announcement of "Complimentary Concert by the Carlisle Indian Band," directed by Claude M. Stauffer and given to "Visiting Knights Templars" on May 29, 1907.

The program was as follows: "1. March, "Sir Knights" - Panella, 2. Overture - "Bronze Horse" - Auber, 3. Waltz…

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; view of the northwest corner of the large boys' quarters (three floors), a tree is in the foreground on the right side of the image

The printed caption on the front of the postcard reads: Boys Quarters, Indian School, Carlisle, Pa. There is also a hand written message below that caption which reads "Hello Steward, here is I am well thinmgle[?] the winter for my life, from R. B. Guystone."

The postcard was addressed to Master Stewart Hefflefinger,…

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; view of campus looking northeast from the academic building, in the foreground are paint lines for tennis courts, in the middle ground is a fire hydrant, a tree to the left, and a telephone pole to the right, in the background is the gynasium, girls' quarters and large boys' quarters

The caption on the front of the postcard reads: Campus and Tennis Courts, Indian School, Carlisle, Pa.

The postcard was sent to Miss Myra Heiser of Carlisle, Pa. R. F. D. #4. The message written on the front of the card reads "Hello Myra? What are you doing these cold winter days Mary."

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
color image; view of the northwest corner of the large boys' quarters (three floors), a tree is in the foreground on the right side of the image

The caption of the front of the postcard reads: Boys Quarters, Indian School, Carlisle, Pa.

The postcard was sent to Mr. Chas. L. Horn, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. The message (written on the front of the card reads Hello Charlie, how you was? How is the dealer? Ha! Ha! A. R. W."

 

Format:
Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
real photo postcard, sepia toned, a view of a two-storey building with a large door in the middle, driveway runs up to the door, three men stand around the door

A postcard with no caption. It is not certain if this is actually a building that was ever under the Carlisle Indian School as no other photographs of such buildings have been found as yet.

The postcard is addressed to a Miss Stella Yost in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. The message reads: "Stella- We are having the most beautiful time. I'll…

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W, Postcard
Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
sepia-toned image; in the upper third is a photograph of the previous year's Indian-Villanova Game, the lower two-thirds give details about when and where the game is and what fun things will happen, along the right side is a note that says "AUTOMOBLIES PARKED"

The front of the postcard advertises a football game between Carlisle and Villanova University on September 28, 1907.

The card has been addressed to David H. Zarger, Chambersburg, Pa. There is no message.

 

Format:
Postcard
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Repository:
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections