Studio portrait of Emily Guitar and Lucy Guitar.
Studio portrait of Garry Myers [?].
Studio portrait of thirteen male and five female students.
This appears to be a different version (people in different positions) of the graduating class of 1890. This is not the version that became the official photograph of the class.
Studio portrait of thirteen male and five female students, the second graduating class in 1890.
They are, back row, left to right: William Tivis, Jemima Wheelock, Dennison Wheelock, Stacy Matlock, Levi Levering, Veronica Holliday, Benjamin Lawry; middle row, left to right: George Means, Howard Logan, George Vallier (standing), William…
Studio portrait of Harry Kohpay, Robert Penn, and Paul Lovejoy, all wearing athletic attire and posing with baseball equipment.
Note: The identificaiton of Robert Penn is preliminary.
Studio portrait of Reuben Wolf.
Studio portrait of Samuel Six Killer, George Scott, and George Vallier. Two are wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of an older Native American man (seated), with two Native American men (standing), and two male students.
Previous cataloging indicates the older man is Not Afraid of Pawnees, a visiting chief. One of the students is identified as Joel Tyndall.
Studio portrait of Jennie Mitchell (at left) and Nellie Carey (at right).
Portrait of the school's Union Reserve baseball team, some in uniforms.
The caption identifies the sitters as: top row (l to r), Joseph Harris, Jonas Place, Paul Lovejoy, Joseph Hamilton, Harry Hutchinson, and David Turkey; middle row (l to r), Felix Eagle Feather, John Baptiste, Fred Big Horse, and George Baker; front row (l to r),…
Studio portrait of three female and nine male students, the graduating class of 1892.
They are, back row, standing, left to right: Thomas Metoxen, Hattie Long Wolf, Reuben Wolf, Luzena Choteau, William Baird; front row, seated, left to right: Albert Bishop, Benajah Miles, Frank Everett, Joseph H. Hamilton, Lydia Flint, Benjamin Caswell…
Studio portrait of Henrietta Fremont and Julia Jonas.
Studio portrait of Nellie Barada.
Portrait of the 1894 football team. Bejamin Caswell, the captain of the team, is in the center holding a football with "94" painted on it.
In The Red Man vol. 12 no 7 (Sept. Oct. Nov., 1894) this image was included as a supplement and the players identified. Back row: Joseph Irwin (Gros Ventre, Hidatsa), Charles Buck (Piegan),…
Group portrait of sixteen male students from the 1895 football team.
In his 1951 book, Fabulous Redmen, John Steckbeck identifies the sitters as: top row (l to r), Lone Wolf, McFarland, Smith, H. Pierce, and Nori; middle row (l to r), Redwater, Cayou, Metoxen, B. Pierce, Seneca and Printup; bottom row (l to r), Unidentified,…
The caption reads: GRADUATING CLASS OF 1895, INDIAN INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, CARLISLE, PA.
Clark Greg, (Assinaboine.) David Turkey, (Seneca.) George Warren, (Chippewa.) Laura Long, (Wyandotte.) Wm. Hazlett, (Piegan.) Wm. Lufkins, (Chippewa.) Isaac Baird, (Oneida.) Lewis Williams, (Nez Perce.) Ida LaChapelle, (Chippewa…
Studio portrait of six female students, identified by the caption as "Grad girls of 95." This would identify them as Henrietta Fremont, Susie McDougal, Ida La Chapelle, Alice Lambert, Melissa Green, and Laura Long.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Carlisle Indian School Football Team 1896.
Although this photo is not captioned, John Steckbeck in Fabulous Redmen (1951) lists the 1896 team as: Frank Cayou, Harrison, Frank Hudson, Jacob Jamison, Delos Lonewolf, David McFarland, Jonas Metoxen, Artie Miller, Dan…
Studio portrait of John S. Grant (probably standing at left) wearing school uniform and Lewis Webster (probably seated at right).
Studio portrait of Mary Barada.
Studio photograph of the graduating class of 1896.
Studio portrait of Frank Cayou wearing a football uniform.
Studio portrait of Louisa Provost.
Studio portrait of Frank Cayou.
Studio portrait of the graduating class of 1898. Students are marked with white numbers that correspond to the typed caption below the image.