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,...
Studio portrait of Peter Cornelius (on left) and William Baird (on right).
A partially illegible handwritten caption along the side of the image probably reads: Peter Cornelius and William Baird.
Studio portrait of Peter Cornelius (at left) and William Baird (at right), both wearing non-native clothing.
Studio portrait of Peter Cornelius (left) and William Baird.
A handwritten caption along the side of the image reads: Peter Cornelius and William Baird.
Studio portrait of three male students in band uniforms with brass instruments with three female students. The caption probably identifies them as Dennison Wheelock, Cecelia Wheelock, William Baird, and Angelina Baird.
Studio portrait of William Baird and Angelina Baird.
The handwritten caption along the side of the image is probably: Angelina and William Baird.
Studio portrait of William Baird (standing) and Peter Cornelius (seated).
Note: There is no identification of the people in this image. The identification is based on comparison with other images of the two students.
Student information card of William Baird, a member of the Oneida Nation, who entered the school on November 25, 1885, graduated in 1892, and departed on April 22, 1894.
Student information cards of William Baird, a member of the Oneida Nation, who entered the school on November 25, 1885 and departed on April 22, 1894. One of the cards indicates that Baird graduated in 1892.
Note: Although one of the cards shows an arrival date of December 25, this is an...
Studio portrait of William Baird wearing a uniform.
Note: This image also contains partial caption information for other photographs.
Oneida Sachems and Councilors request the return of various students currently at Carlisle due to lack of full consideration. Richard Henry Pratt notes that the request should be rejected as there is little discontent among the students aside from routine and some work requirements. He states...
Alfred John Standing replies to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the request of Cornelius and Margaret Baird for the return of their daughter Angelia from the Carlisle Indian School. Standing forwards a statement from Obadiah G. Given that he visited the Baird's in Oneida, Wisconsin...