Lot 345    

J.N. Choate Cabinet Cards of Indian Children at Carlisle School,
American History Auction / June 24, 2009
lot of three studio portraits of young, American Indian female students from the Carlisle School, dressed in Anglo attire, with Choate's Carlisle, PA imprint on verso, the following manuscript captions accompany each image: an individual portrait of a young girl identified as Nuttu on recto and numbered 49 on verso; a group photo of Justine La-Framboise, Nancy Renville, Cheyenne Lucy, and Anne Louisa, No. 56, as identified and numbered on verso; and a group portrait of Ruth, Hattie, Anne Louisa, Grace, and Stella, No. 51, as identified and numbered on verso.

Provenance:  
The Thomas Minckler Collection of Western Americana


Condition:  
Light, scattered soiling; light edgewear; images slightly bent.
Sold: $940.00
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