The handwritten note reads: Peters Pinconning Mich.
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.
The handwritten note reads: Thomas Montoya John Needham
John Needham and Thomas Montoya in their respective uniforms with four other unidentified soldiers. Three separate photos.
The handwritten note reads: Raiche
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 headline reads: Indian Officer in Army
The caption reads: CAPTAIN "GUS" WELSH
The article reads: "Gus" Welsh, Indian athlete and graduate of Carlisle school, who has been made a captain in the United States, cavalry, is the first Indian…
The headline reads: American Indians with Allies
The article reads: New York Sun: Gus Welsh, at left, is the first American Indian to be made a captain in the United States army. He was a former Carlisle and Dickinson football and athletic star. A feature of the fortieth annual commencement of the Carlisle Indian…
A series of twenty nine letters written to Captain Richard H. Pratt in response to a questionnaire sent to former students. The accompanying questionnaire forms are not included.
Transcripts follow each handwritten letter.
These materials include a descriptive statement of pupils for 15 individuals sent to the Carlisle Indian School from the White Earth Agency.
The commencement program for the Eighteenth Anniversary and Ninth Graduating Exercises of the Indian Industrial School at Carlisle, Pennsylvania. The program includes a schedule of events as well as a photograph of the graduating class of 1897.
This program was distributed for the 1908 Commencement Exercises, which took place on Thursday, April 2nd. Inside features a portrait of Moses Friedman, the Superintendent, Francis E. Leupp, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Charles H. Dickson, the Supervisor-in Charge, as well as a portrait of the Class of 1908. Included is a full schedule…
This document contains correspondence concerning the closure of the student accounts of two deceased students, Wilson Carpenter (Seneca) and Marie Hutchinson (Chippewa).
This program was distributed for a performance by the students as part of the Commencement Exercises for 1917. The play, "The Continental Congress," is taken from McBrien's "America First," and the school borrowed the costumes for the performance. It surrounds the formation of the first Continental Congress and the Declaration of Independence…
This material includes correspondence concerning the competency evaluation of Agnes Hatch. This includes letters and a photograph.