A parade down Market Street in Philadelphia, with Indian chiefs on horseback in the middle and a group of Carlisle students in the distance, with crowds and buildings on both sides of the street. The photograph was probably taken on September 15, 1887 when the band and students marched in a parade in Philadelphia to commemorate the centennial…
School band and formation of students marching in a parade down Market Street in Philadelphia, showing crowds and buildings on both sides of the street. The photograph was probably taken on September 15, 1887 when the band and students marched in a parade in Philadelphia to commemorate the centennial of the adoption of the Constitution. Press…
The headline reads: ATHLETICS WIN FIRST GAME IN WORLD'S SERIES
The subheadline reads: Indian Bender's Wonderful Pitching and Baker's Hitting Give Mackmen 4 to 1 Victory.
Charles Albert Bender after throwing a baseball in his Philadelphia Athletics uniform.
This image of Charles Albert…
The headline reads: CHIEF BENDER.
The subheadline reads: Athletics' Pitcher Held "Cubs" Down to Three Hits.
Charles Albert Bender in his Philadelphia Athletics uniform.
This image appears in the Evening Sentinel, which was published in Carlisle, Pennsylvania on October 18, 1910.…
The captions read: CARLISLE INDIANS DEFEAT PENN ON FRANKLIN FIELD. 16-0
The sub-captions read: Captain Burd of the Indians, centre; Wheelock, of Carlisle, crashing through Penn's line; When the Indians scored.
The handwritten note reads: Nov. 4, 1911.
The caption reads: U.S.S. "Mississippi" In Dry Dock, League Island Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa.
The reverse side contains a note from Marcos Carbajal to Oscar H. Lipps sent on May 18, 1914 from Morrisville, Pennsylvania.
The caption reads: THE GERMAN HOSPITAL ANNEX
The New Home for the Pupil Nurses of the Training School
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Cora Elm
Cora Elm in her nursing uniform taken at her graduation from the Protestant Episcopal Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1916.