Studio portrait of Charles Kawboodle.
Princeton University Library, Department of Special Collections
Studio portrait of two unidentified male students in school uniforms, identified in the caption as "Oscar and Davis, Cheyennes."
They are probably Richard Davis and Oscar Bull Bear.
Studio portrait of eleven unidentified male students in school uniforms.
The caption here identifies them as being Northern Arapaho.
Studio portrait of Joseph Wisecoby and Moses Nonway, both wearing school uniforms and holding hats.
Studio portrait of Nellie Carey, posed leaning on a bale of hay and holding a lacy white object, probably a hat.
View of students and instructor posed working in front of the blacksmith's shop. One student is shoeing a horse.
Male students working in the schools shoemaking shop.
Studio portrait of Gabriel Renville.
Note: Gabriel Renville was the father of students John Renville and Nancy Renville. This photo was probably taken between August 10, 1880 (when he came to Carlisle to bring home the body of John, who had died at the school) and August 17, 1880 (when he and his daughter Nancy left the school).
Studio portrait of Henry P. Taawayite.
Studio portrait of Carl Matches wearing school uniform.
Studio portrait of two female students, identified in the caption as "Mollie & Libbie, Arapahoe" in the handwritten caption. They are probably Arapaho students Mollie Naalta and Libbie Porter.
Studio portrait of an unidentified male student wearing a school uniform.
A handwritten caption identifies this student as "Nephew of Red Cloud, Sioux." We have unable to verify which student this might have been.
Portrait of a large group of male and female students in school uniforms posed on the school grounds.
The caption identifies them as "Chiricahua Apaches four months after arriving at Carlisle." This would date the photo to March 1887.
Studio portrait of two female students.
Letter from Ann Ely to outing patron William Balderston regarding student Stailey Norcross.