Student information card of Thomas Griffin, a member of the Okanagan Nation, who entered the school on July 25, 1896 and departed on June 26, 1904. The information card indicates that Griffin had graduated in 1903, studied printing, and was living in Renton, Washington in 1913.
Student information cards of Thomas Griffin, a member of the Okanagan Nation, who entered the school on July 25, 1896 and ultimately departed on June 26, 1904.
In school documentation Thomas Griffin is also known as Tommy Griffin.
Studio portrait of eleven young male students.
The Cumberland County Historical Society identifies the sitters as: Standing, back row: George Quinn, Alpheus Powlas, Phineas Wheelock, George Clark, and Harry Marshall; sitting, front row: Asa Wall, Thomas Griffin, Ray Funk, Joe Libby, Healy Wolfe, and Levi Willis.
Studio portrait of Thomas Griffin wearing school uniform.
Studio photograph of the graduating class of 1903.
Edgar A. Allen responds to the Office of Indian Affairs by providing correspondence regarding the request of R. V. Griffin for the return of his two children Ida and Thomas Griffin.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request of E. Fitzgerald for the return of Ida and Thomas (here Tommy) Griffin at the behest of their father R. V. Griffin.
E. A. Hitchcock provides decisions on allowing or disallowing expenses incurred in returning pupils to Alaska from the Carlisle Indian School.