The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: This is my home.
Charles Buck's house was located in Browning, Montana.
View of a piano inside Charles Buck's house, which was located in Browning, Montana.
The reverse side includes a short note from Buck to Superintendent Moses Friedman.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: A corner in the palor.
View inside Buck's house, which was located in Browning, Montana.
The caption reads: CHARLES D. CARTER, MEMBER OF CONGRESS FROM OKLAHOMA
The printed note reads: Mr. Carter is a Cherokee Indian who has steadily worked his way to the top. He has been employed as farmer, business man, superintendent of schools, mining trustee of...
The caption reads: CHARLES E. DAGENETT (Peoria) Vice President on Membership.
The printed note reads: Mr. Dagenett, who is the U. S. Supervisor of Indian Employment, has been one of the of the most energetic workers since the beginning of the Society. In many a...
The caption reads: HOME OF REV CHARLES JOURNEYCAKE LAST CHIEF OF THE DELAWARES ALLUWE, OKLA.,
The reverse side contains a note from Robert Newcomb to Wallace Denny sent on February 16, 1912.
This photo is believed to be Charles Pratt in his football uniform. The handwritten note on the reverse side simply reads: PRATT
This image was shared courtesy of Robert R. Rowe.
The caption reads: Philadelphia - Chestnut Street east of 6th Street.
The reverse side includes a note from Marcos Carbajal to Oscar H. Lipps sent on May 30, 1914 from Morrisville, Pennsylvania.
The caption reads: CHEYENNE INDIAN CHIEFS FAVOR EDUCATION - LONE ELK, TALL BULL, BIG HEAD AND LITTLE SUN, WITH CHEYENNES ATTENDING CARLISLE
The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 4 (December 1911): 163.
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...
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Childers and children Clarence, Eloise, and Ruby. Broken Arrow Oklahoma, October 8, 1915.
View of D. B. and Mildred (Millie) McIntosh Childers with their three children.
The handwritten note on the reverses side reads: their names are
Mabel and Winnifred
Children of Zippa Metoxen Skenandore and Thomas Skenandore outside included in a letter sent to...
The printed caption reads: CHURCH OF SAN FELIPE, OLD TOWN OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
The reverse side contains a note from Robert Brown.
The caption reads: CITIZENS DISCUSSING A PROBLEM OF GOVERNMENT
The printed note reads: In any average public school, whatever the proportion of foreign born children, a large majority favor fair dealing and right conditions, and when given the privilege to govern...
The caption reads: CITIZENS WILL NOT TOLERATE TRUANCY
The printed note reads: All efforts for years by the New York City school authorities could not reduce the average daily number of unexcused absences in a certain large school below about 25. Within two weeks...
The reverse side includes a note from Clarence L. Butler to Moses Friedman sent from St. Maries, Idaho on January 3, 1913.
Crowd of people on the porch of the home of Clarence L. Butler.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Clemence LeTraille
Clemence LaTraille with an unidentified student.
The caption reads: College Aveune, Appleton, Wis.
The reverse side contains a note from Melissa Cornelius to the Superintendent of the Carlisle school from West De Pere, Wisconsin on March 26, 1914.
The caption reads: HON. ROBERT G. VALENTINE, COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 9 (May 1912): 401.
The printed caption reads: STATE ARMORY AND ARSENAL, HARTFORD, CONN.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Have changed my residence from 45 Farminton to #211 Ashley st. Miss L. M. Wind
Hartford conn (XS)
Cora Belle Martin (front row, center) with her grandmother, mother, and sisters around 1917.
The caption reads: MISS CORA ELM MISS SARAH M. INGALLS
The headline reads: INDIAN GIRLS WILL PLEAD FOR SUFFRAGE
The printed note reads: They will take part in the big suffrage demonstration planned for next Sunday in Washington under...
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.
Cora Elm around 1913.
The caption reads: Both Ends of Corliss Street Tunnel, Pittsburgh, Pa.
The reverse side includes a note from Andrew S. Condon to the Band Company at the school sent from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on April 18, 1917.