Here's a nice old color postcard view! It pictures a large school complex. The two story building has large balconies in view. Front of card is printed and reads "Class Rooms, Indian School, Carlisle Pa.". The Carlisle Indian Industrial School was open from 1879 until 1918. It would become a model for other Indian schools across the country. The Indian school lasted until it became a college in the early 20th century. Back of card is undivided and postmarked "Carlisle PA Nov 27 1906" with two super American Flag cancels. Condition-Fair to good with some corner wear and a small 1/8" tear at left edge as shown
Here's an unusual Indian image! An Indian brave chases a fancy dressed man with a tomahawk and knife! Front reads "You'll have to hurry". Card is artist signed "Copyright 1908 H. H. Tammen". Back is divided and postally unused, although handwritten. Condition-Good
Here is an unusual old indian postcard! It is actually made of wood! Printed on the front is an attractive image of an Indian woman, seated, weaving traditional Pueblo indian belts. She works the loom with her feat. Back is divided and postally unused, with Pueblo history printed on the back. Condition is good as shown. A neat American Indian postcard!