Lubo, Antonio: Student Files

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Anna Morton (Moatya) Student File

Student file of Anna Morton (Moatya), a member of the Pueblo Nation, who entered the school on October 3, 1886, graduated in 1898, and departed on September 29, 1898. The file contains a student information card, a photograph, returned student surveys, trade/position record cards, a report after leaving, and letters/correspondence. The file indicates Morton was an assistant clerk at the Carlisle Indian School from 1898 to 1900, a housekeeper and governess in Riverside, California in 1907, and a housewife in Riverside, California in 1909 and 1911.

Note: In this file the student is identified as Anna Morton, Annie Morton, and Annie Moatya.

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Antonio Lubo Student Information Card

Student information card of Antontio Lubo, a member of the Mission Nation, who entered the school on June 11, 1898 and departed on January 3, 1908. The information card indicates that Lubo graduated in 1904 and was living in Syracuse, New York in 1915. 

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Antonio Lubo Student Information Cards

Student information cards of Antonio Lubo, a member of the Mission Nation, who entered the school on June 11, 1898 and ultimately departed on January 3, 1908.

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Joseph W. Twin Student File

Student file of Joseph W. Twin, a member of the Winnebago Nation, who entered the school on September 15, 1899 and ultimately departed on June 27, 1908. The student did not attend the school continuously, but left and reentered. The file contains student information cards, trade/position record cards, a former student response postcard, letters/correspondence, and a report after leaving. The file indicates Twin was working in livery and was a baseball player living in Winnebago, Nebraska in 1910 and was living in Pipestone, Minnesota in 1914.

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration