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MS 068 - Dr. Ferdinand Shoemaker Papers, 1902-1925 | McCracken Research Library

By Elizabeth Hambleton, 2012; Samantha L. Harper, 2013.

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Title: MS 068 - Dr. Ferdinand Shoemaker Papers, 1902-1925Add to your cart.

Primary Creator: Shoemaker, Dr. Ferdinand

Other Creators: Throssel, Richard

Extent: 2.0 Boxes

Arrangement:

The Dr. Ferdinand Shoemaker Collection (No. 68) is arranged into two series by physical type, as follows:

Outline of Series Arrangement

            Papers– Box 1

                        Correspondence Folder 1-2

                        Reports – Folder 3-27, 59

                        Diaries – Folder 28

                        Booklets Folder 29-31

                        Catalogues – Folder 32-33

                        Periodicals – Folder 34 – 53

                        Publications – Folder 54-57

                        Obituary – Folder 58

            Photographs – Box 2

Date Acquired: 01/01/1995

Languages: English

Abstract

Dr. Shoemaker papers, printed material and photographs.  Correspondence, reports and documents relating to Dr. Shoemaker's tenure as a physician with the Bureau of Indian Affairs from about 1905 to 1920.  Includes numerous photographs of clinics, patients, students, etc....  Also contains copies of publications about or by Native Americans during that period.

Collection Historical Note

Dr. Ferdinand Shoemaker, (1873-1945/ 1905-1920): doctor in the Indian Service who treated Crow patients in the early 20th century. 1909-1918, documented patients and prepared a series of educational slides on Indian health.

Throssel, Richard: Between 1909-1911, photographer-at-large for the Indian Service, and focused on the Crow. In 1910, he joined Dr. Shoemaker preparing a series of educational slides on Indian health, which became part of a nationwide federal campaign to fight the spread of tuberculosis and trachoma. They promote healthy lifestyles and caution against sharing utensils and pipes.

Administrative Information

Repository: McCracken Research Library

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.

Acquisition Source: Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Fenn

Preferred Citation: Dr. Ferdinand Shoemaker Collection, MS 68, McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West


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Series 1: Shoemaker Papers, 1902-1925Add to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Correspondence - Incoming to Dr. Shoemaker, 1906 - 1909Add to your cart.

May 28, 1906 – Mrs. E.F. Moetah, Walter OK.

September 28, 1906 – E.F. Moetah, Walter OK.

December 5, 1906 – Mrs. E.F. Moetah, Walter OK.

April 17, 1908 – Department of the Interior, United States Indian Service, Superintendent M. Friedman, Carlisle PA.

October 29, 1908 – Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Elsie E. Newton, Washington DC.

August 8, 1909 – Fischer, Columbus OH.

Folder 2: Correspondence - Outgoing from Dr. Shoemaker, 1905 - 1908Add to your cart.

Undated – Helen, Unknown Location

July 1, 1905 – Major W.A. Mercer, Carlisle PA.

March 30, 1908 – Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Carlisle PA.

May 1, 1908 – Mr. M. Friedman, Superintendent Carlisle Indian School, Carlisle PA.

November 4, 1908 – Mrs. Elsie E. Newton, Washington DC.

Folder 3: Reports on Diseases and Indian HealthAdd to your cart.
“Some Interesting Obstetrical Experiences among the North American Indians” (original and photocopy)
Folder 4: Reports, 1908-1909Add to your cart.

Letter Concerning Tuberculosis in the Indian – May 1908

Report by Committee on Measures for Combating Tuberculosis

Memo on Improvement of Health Conditions Among the Indians; Care of Tuberculosis Patients, etc.

List of names

“I have been played in football.  I was in second team at Haskell.  I like to play as long as I do not get kill myself.  And it is very hard place when I play in right end.  I use to play in left half-back.  And I could do better there & they put me in right end.  I thought it is very easy but when we played again.  I had a hard time myself to trying hard to catch when got the ball & sometime I get chance to catch them.  Sometime I have to do to throw myself down when they came around in my side they all fall on me.  Oh yes! Once I put got kill and I got crazy just a minute or two & I just kept on played.  Until next morning I was very feeling so bad.  I could ???? to study my lesson.”

Physicians Made Health Officers – February 19, 1908

Report from Shoemaker to M. Friedman re: Physical Examinations – February 23, 1908 and March 2, 1909

The Fight Against Tuberculosis Among the Indians by Principal H.E. Morrow, Tongue River, Montana Training School – 1909

Folder 5: Reports, April - July 1911Add to your cart.

Report on Sanitary Conditions of Fort Yuma Indian School – April 12, 1911

Report of Trachoma work since July 1, 1910 – May 1, 1911

Report on Lecture Work for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1911 – July 1, 1911

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Fort Apache School and Agency, June 15 – July 3, 1911

Report on Medical Conditions at the Leupp Indian School and Agency – July 21, 1911

Folder 6: Reports, August - December 1911Add to your cart.

Report of Joseph A. Murphy, Medical Supervisor re: Medical Work at Carlisle – August 3, 1911

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Western Navajo School and Agency – August 4, 1911

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Mochi School and Agency, Arizona – August 5, 1911

Report of Joseph A. Murphy on Most Frequent Diseases Commonly Observed Among The Indians – August 15, 1911

Report on Health Conditions at the Carlisle Indian School – September 2, 1911

Report on Medical Conditions at the Pueblo Bonito School and Agency, New Mexico – September 2, 1911

Report on Medical & Sanitary Conditions at the Zuni School and Reservation, Zuni, New Mexico – September 5, 1911

Report on Smallpox Situation on the Pueblo Bonito Indian Reservation – September 16, 1911

Report on Smallpox Conditions on the Pueblo Bonito Indian Reservation – October 5, 1911

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Navajo School and Agency, Fort Defiance, Arizona – October 28, 1911

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Albuquerque School, Albuquerque, New Mexico – December 29, 1911

Folder 7: Reports, March 1912Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Pueblo Day Schools, Santa Fe, New Mexico – March 5, 1912

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Santa Fe School, Santa Fe, New Mexico – March 18, 1912

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the San Juan School, Shiprock, New Mexico – March 19, 1912

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Southern Ute Reservation and School, Navajo Springs, Colorado – March 19, 1912

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Southern Ute School, Ignacio, Colorado – March 19, 1912

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at Jicarilla Reservation and School, Dulce, New Mexico – March 20, 1912

Folder 8: Reports, May - December 1912Add to your cart.

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Mescalero Indian School, New Mexico – May 20, 1912

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Contonment School, Oklahoma – May 23, 1912

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Red Moon School, Oklahoma – May 23, 1912

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Segar School, Colony, Oklahoma – May 24, 1912

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Chilocco Indian School, Newkirk, Oklahoma – June 25, 1912

Report on the Laguna Tuberculosis Sanitorium, Laguna, New Mexico – October 10, 1912

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Cheyenne and Arapaho School, from Muskogee, Oklahoma – December 30, 1912

Folder 9: Reports, February - April 1913Add to your cart.

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Cherokee Training School, Muskogee, Oklahoma – February 27, 1913

Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Tullahassee Boarding School, Muskogee, Oklahoma – March 11, 1913

Report on the Dwight Mission School, Marble City, Oklahoma – March 10, 1913

Report on the Mental Condition of William Bolen, at the Muskogee County Jail – March 17, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Nuyaka Boarding School, Beggs, Oklahoma – April 21, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Euchee Boarding School, Sapulpa, Oklahoma – April 23, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Osage School, Pawhuska, Oklahoma – April 24, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Pawnee Indian School, Pawnee, Oklahoma – April 28, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Ponca Training School, Whiteagle, Oklahoma – April 29, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Otoe School, Red Rock, Oklahoma – April 30, 1913

Folder 10: Reports, May - June 1913Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Sac & Fox School, Oklahoma – May 1, 1913 (Includes 2 photographs of native peoples milking cows and of dairy barn)

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Shawnee School, Shawnee, Oklahoma – May 2, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Mekusukey Academy, Oklahoma – May 4, 1913

Report on the Domestic Science Work at the Mekusukey School, Oklahoma – May 6, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Eufaula Boarding School, Oklahoma – May 5, 1913

Report on the Water Conditions of the Cheyenne and Arapaho School, Darlington, Oklahoma – May 19, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Tuskahoma Female Academy, Tuskahoma, Oklahoma – June 5, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Wheelock Female Academy, Millerton, Oklahoma – June 9, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Jones Academy, Hartshorne, Oklahoma – June 14, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Bloomfield Academy, Kemp City, Oklahoma – June 17, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Armstrong Academy, Bokchito, Oklahoma – June 19, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Collins Institute, Stonewall, Oklahoma – June 20, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Seneca School, Wyandotte, Oklahoma – June 23, 1913

Folder 11: Reports, July - December 1913Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions Among The Five Civilized Tribes, Oklahoma – July 5, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions by the Division of Epidemiology Regarding the Dysentery Outbreak on the Nett Lake Indian Reservation, Koochiching and St. Louis Counties, Minnesota – October 27, 1913

Report on the Sanitary and Medical Conditions at the Mount Pleasant and Bay Mills Schools, Mount Pleasant, Michigan and Frimley, Michigan – October 27, 1913

Report on the Sanitary and Medical Conditions at the Nett Lake Agency, Minnesota – November 11, 1913

Report on the Sanitary and Medical Conditions at the Red Cliff Day School, Bayfield, Wisconsin – November 13, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the La Point Agency and Day School, Odanah, Wisconsin – November 13, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Hayward School, Hayward, Wisconsin – November 14, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Lac du Flambeau School, Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin – November 26, 1913

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Wittenberg School, Wittenberg, Wisconsin – December 31, 1913

Folder 12: Reports, January - March 1914Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Menominee School and Reservation, Keshena, Wisconsin – January 12, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Oneida School, Oneida, Wisconsin – January 15, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Tomah School, Tomah, Wisconsin – January 17, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Toledo Sanitorium, Toledo, Iowa – January 21, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions Regarding Trachoma Outbreak at the Rosebud Reservation, Rosebud, Montana – February 9, 1914

Report on the Hospital at the Omaha Indian Reservation, Nebraska – February 24, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Genoa Indian School, Genoa, Nebraska – March 14, 1914

Folder 13: Reports, April - May 1914Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Yankton Indian School, Wagner, South Dakota – April 3, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Pipestone Training School, Pipestone, Minnesota – April 17, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Flandreau Industrial School, Flandreau, South Dakota – May 12, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Sisseton Training School, Sisseton, South Dakota – May 15, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Wahpeton School, North Dakota – May 20, 1914

Folder 14: Reports, June - November 1914Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Grand Portage School and Agency, Grand Portage, Minnesota September 24, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Red Lake Indian School, Red Lake, Minnesota – September 28, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Vermilion Lake School, Tower, Minnesota – October 13, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Cass Lake School, Cass Lake, Minnesota – November 9, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Bismark School, Bismark, North Dakota – December 28, 1914

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the White Earth School, Detroit, Minnesota – November 14, 1914

Folder 15: Reports, January - April 1915Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Fort Berthold School, North Dakota – January 30, 1915

Supplement to the Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Wahpeton School, North Dakota – January 30, 1915

Summary of the Report on the Malki Reservation by Dr. George O. Keck – February 5, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Turtle Mountain Reservation and Schools, North Dakota – February 15, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Fort Totten School, Nort Dakota – February 17, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Warm Springs School, Oregon – February 23, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Salem School, Chemawa, Oregon – March 18, 1915

List and Correspondence Regarding Illustrative Slides for Presentations – March 20, 1915; and April 19, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Tulalip School, Washington – April 26, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Tahola School, Washington – April 30, 1915

Folder 16: Reports, May - July 1915Add to your cart.

Correspondence and List of Slide Images to be used in educational talks – May 3, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Colville School and Spokane School, Washington – June 15, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Contonment Reservation, Oklahoma – June 24, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Cushman School and Reservation, Washington – June 28, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Neah Bay, Washington – July 3, 1915

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker regarding spotted fever treatment and experiments to Dr. B.J. Lloyd in Seattle, Washington – July 3, 1915

Correspondence from Dr. B.J. Lloyd in Seattle, Washington to Dr. Shoemaker regarding spotted fever treatment and experiments – July 7, 1915

Folder 17: Reports, August - November 1915Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Round Valley School, Round Valley, California – September 1, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Hoopa Valley Reservation and School, Hoopa, California – September 16, 1915

List of Supplies at the Stewart School, Carson, Nevada – September 30, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Stewart School, Carson, Nevada – September 30, 1915

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Mr. Jas. B. Royce at Carson, Nevada regarding Tom Bailey – October 2, 1915

Correspondence from H.E. Wadsworth to Dr. Shoemaker regarding Doctor at Salem Indian Training School, Chemawa, Oregon – October 11, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Fallon Reservation, Fallon, Nevada – October 12, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Fort McDermitt School, McDermitt, Nevada – October 22, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Mopa River School and Reservation, Mopa River, Nevada – October 30, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Walker River Reservation and School, Schurz, Nevada – November 2, 1915

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Nevada School and Reservation, Nixon, Nevada – November 15, 1915

Folder 18: Reports, January - March 1916Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Scattered Bands of Indians, Utah – January 25, 1916

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to H.B. Peairs in Washington, D.C. regarding summer institutes – February 10, 1916

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Shivwits School and Reservation, Utah – February 14, 1916

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Kaibab School, Arizona – February 16, 1916

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation, Utah – March 9, 1916

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho – March 10, 1916

Folder 19: Reports, April - September 1916Add to your cart.

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from Dale H. Reed in Bishop, California regarding operation on boy in Independence – April 26, 1916

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Bishop Agency and Schools, California – April 20, 1916

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from Harry H. Treat in Anadarko, Oklahoma regarding whooping cough – May 15, 1916

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Charles L. Davis in Rosebud, South Dakota regarding Robert Elmer White Horse of White River – May 8, 1916; May 12, 1916; June 5, 1916

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from Charles L. Davis in Rosebud, South Dakota regarding needed changes – July 15, 1916

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Charles L. Davis in Rosebud, South Dakota regarding money needed for operations – July 1, 1916

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Wind River, Wyoming Reservation especially whooping cough and measles outbreak – September 18, 1916

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Rosebud Reservation, South Dakota – September 22, 1916

Folder 20: Reports, November - December 1916Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Standing Rock Reservation, North Dakota – November 13, 1916

Correspondence from Beneke regarding list of children’s names – October 13, 1916

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from Commissioner Cato Sells – November 28, 1916

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Cheyenne River Reservation, South Dakota – December 1, 1916

Report of Indian Children who died of Tuberculosis during 1916

Folder 21: Reports, January - February 1917Add to your cart.

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from Dr. R.T. Robertson in White Earth, Minnesota – January 5, 1917

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Report of the Red Lake, Minnesota – March 26, 1917

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from W.F. Dickens regarding Mrs. Nellie Thomas – March 20, 1917

Correspondence to W.F. Dickens in Cloquet, Minnesota from Dr. Shoemaker regarding Mrs. Thomas – March 23, 1917

Report on Deaths of Indians on the Red Lake Indian Reservation during the fiscal years 1915, 1916, and the first half of 1917 (includes names, sex, dates, and causes)

Report on Deaths of Infants three years and younger on the Red Lake Indian Reservation, during the fiscal years 1915, 1916, and the first half of 1917 (includes names, sex, date of birth, date of death, and cause of death)

Trachoma Memorandum for the Red Lake School – March 12, 1917

List of Extra Equipment Requested for the Red Lake Hospital – 1917

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Turtle Mountain Reservation, North Dakota – February 12, 1917

Folder 22: Reports, April - September 1917Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Fond Du Lac Reservation, Minnesota – April 23, 1917

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Cato Sells in Washington D.C. regarding farming operations among the Crow Creek Indians – May 7, 1917

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota – June 25, 1917

Handwritten notes from hospital

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from Edward F. Menger in Carlisle, Pennsylvania regarding drinking fountains – August 31, 1917

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Edward F. Menger in Carlisle, Pennsylvania regarding drinking fountains – September 7, 1917

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Jicarilla Reservation, New Mexico – September 7, 1917

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Chilocco School, Oklahoma – September 22, 1917

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to E.K. Miller in Greenville, California regarding photographic slides of disease patients – September 24, 1917

Folder 23: Reports, October - December 1917Add to your cart.

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from E.B. Merritt in Washington D.C. regarding relocation of Indian children to different elevations – October 2, 1917

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Cato Sells in Washington D.C. regarding relocation of Indian children to different altitudes – October 11, 1917

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Ponca Reservation, Oklahoma – October 15, 1917

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from O. S. Phillips in Bishop, California regarding follow up with blind Indian patients – October 28, 1917

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Otoe Reservation, Oklahoma – November 5, 1917

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Dr. O.S. Phillips in Bishop, California regarding follow up with blind Indian patients – November 10, 1917

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from Cato Sells in Washington, D.C. regarding circular concerning school room arrangements in relation to health and comfort – November 15, 1917

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from Horatio P. Meriam in Genoa, Nebraska regarding dental health in the reservations – November 17, 1917

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from the U.S. Civil Service Commission in Washington, D.C. regarding professional reference for Tillie M. O’Connell – December 21, 1917

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Reservation, Oklahoma – December 26, 1917

Folder 24: Reports, January - May 1918Add to your cart.

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Cato Sells in Washington, D.C. regarding transfer for Dr. Benjamin H. Frayser – January 17, 1918

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from George W. Cross regarding nursing staff at Fond Du Lac Hospital – January 22, 1918

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Cato Sells in Washington D.C. regarding dental hygiene in schools – February 2, 1918

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from E.B. Merritt in Washington D.C. regarding perishable pharmaceutical supplies – February 2, 1918

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Quapaw Agency and Seneca School, Oklahoma – February 25, 1918

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions at the Choctaw – Chickasaw Hospital, Oklahoma – February 28, 1918

Correspondence between Dr. Shoemaker and E.B. Merritt regarding dental hygiene supplies – March 25, 1918; April 9, 1918

Correspondence between Dr. Shoemaker and E.B. Merritt regarding financial accounting examination – April 18, 1918; May 15, 1918

Folder 25: Reports, June - December 1918Add to your cart.

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Seger Reservation, Oklahoma – June 20, 1918

Notes used by Dr. Shoemaker to write Report on Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Seger Reservation, Oklahoma – March 1918

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Cato Sells in Washington, D.C. regarding visit to Cheyenne Agency for operations on Indian’s eyes – June 20, 1918

Correspondence between Dr. Shoemaker and various staff of Office of Indian Affairs regarding Joseph F. Singleton and his employment as well as cases of trachoma amongst Indians at Concho and Colony – July 2, 1918; July 8, 1918; July 11, 1918;

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from C.F. Hawke in Washington, D.C. regarding evaluation of Stand Rock Reservation and the hospital operations there especially actions of Dr. Louis M. Eichhorn – July 6, 1918

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from Alice Ervin at Pierre, South Dakota regarding events at Standing Rock Reservation and Dr. Louis M. Eichhorn – July 22, 1918; July 16, 1918

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to Dr. G.J. Roosink in Grand Rapids, Michigan – July 29, 1918

Telegram from Dr. Shoemaker to Indian Office in Washington, D.C. regarding immediate transfer of Dr. Eichhorn and nurse to other facilities – July 16, 1918

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from Cato Sells in Washington D.C. regarding transfer of Dr. Eichhorn and resumption of operations at the Standing Rock Agency Hospital, North Dakota – July 26, 1918

Report on the Medical and Sanitary Conditions of the Standing Agency, North Dakota – August 14, 1918

Status of E.M. Cunningham, Nurse – August 19, 1918

Report on Standing Rock Reservation Hospital, Fort Yates, North Dakota – August 27, 1918

Payment of Travel Expense Voucher for E.M. Cunningham – September 14, 1918

Report on Standing Rock Indian Agency, Fort Yates, North Dakota – October 21, 1918

Report on the Housekeeper at Standing Rock Reservation Hospital, Fort Yates, North Dakota – October 28, 1918

Folder 26: Reports, 1919Add to your cart.

Account reconciliation for Dr. Shoemaker – January 1919

Report on the Medical Conditions of the White Earth, Minnesota Agency, White Earth, Minnesota – February 3, 1919

Report on the Explanations to exceptions to cash account from April 1 to June 30, 1918 – February 3, 1919

Correspondence between Dr. Shoemaker and Harry C. Smith in Rosebud, South Dakota regarding post-graduate work – February 5, 1919; February 15, 1919

Report on Account for Dr. Shoemaker – April 5, 1919

Report on Explanations to exceptions to cash account from July 1 to September 30, 1918 – May 7, 1919

Deposit for $.67 to Treasurer of the United States for Exceptions to Cash Account – May 7, 1919

Finance Accounts Request for Deposit – August 8, 1918

Correspondence to Dr. Shoemaker from W.F. Dickens – July 3, 1919

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to W.F. Dickens – July 4, 1919

Correspondence from Dr. Shoemaker to R.E.L. Newberne – November 10, 1919

Account reconciliation for Dr. Shoemaker – November 28, 1919

Folder 27: Reports - Report on the Sanitary Conditions of the Bay Mills Day School, Michigan, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 28: Diary and Notebook, 1910 - 1911Add to your cart.

Diary “written by the wife of Dept. of Interior traveling Doctor [noted by Forrest Fenn]” – June - October 1910

Small notebook with notes on visiting different Indian Reservations – 1911

Folder 29: Booklets - "This is Carlisle", 1908Add to your cart.
Two copies of booklet describing the history and mantra of the Carlisle Industrial School – 1879-1908
Folder 30: Booklets -  Awards Ceremonies at the United States Indiain Industrial School Carlisle, PA, 1909-1910Add to your cart.

United States Indian Industrial School Carlisle, PA: Booklet of the 1908 Annual Banquet of the Carlisle Indians – February 27, 1908

United States Indian Industrial School Carlisle, PA: Booklet of the Athletic Celebration and Presentation of Cs for 1908 – March 20, 1909 – 2 copies

United States Indian Industrial School Carlisle, PA: Booklet of the Athletic Celebration and Presentation of Cs for 1909 – February 12, 1910

Folder 31: United States Indian School Commencement Booklets, April 4, 1907Add to your cart.
Commencement Exercises Program – April 4, 1907
Folder 32: Catalogues - United States Indian Industrial School of Carlisle, PA, 1902, 1910Add to your cart.

Catalogue of the Indian Industrial School, Carlisle, Pennsylvania – 1902

Catalogue of the United States Indian School, Carlisle, Pennsylvania – 1910

Folder 33: Catalogues - United States Indian Vocational School, Phoenix, Arizona, 1923-24Add to your cart.
Phoenix Indian School Annual Catalog – 1923-1924
Folder 34: Periodicals - Carlisle Arrow, The, 1909Add to your cart.

Carlisle Arrow, The.  Vol. 5, No. 38.  May 28, 1909.

Carlisle Arrow, The.  Vol. 5, No. 41.  June 18, 1909.

Folder 35: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, February 1909Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 1, No. 1.  February 1909 (2 copies)
Folder 36: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, March 1909Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 1, No. 2.  March 1909.
Folder 37: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, April 1909Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 1, No. 3.  April 1909.
Folder 38: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, May 1909Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 1, No. 4.  May 1909 (2 copies).
Folder 39: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, June 1909Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 1, No. 5.  June 1909 (4 copies).
Folder 40: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, September 1909Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 2, No. 1.  September 1909 (2 copies).
Folder 41: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, October 1909Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 2, No. 2.  October 1909.
Folder 42: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, November 1909Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 2, No. 3.  November 1909.
Folder 43: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, December 1909Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 2, No. 4.  December 1909.
Folder 44: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, January 1910Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 2, No. 5.  January 1910.
Folder 45: Periodicals - Indian Craftsman, The, February 1910Add to your cart.
Indian Craftsman, The.  Vol. 2, No. 6.  February 1910.
Folder 46: Periodicals - Indian Leader, The, 1923Add to your cart.

Indian Leader, The.  Vol. 26, No. 25.  March 16, 1923.

Indian Leader, The.  Vol. 26, No. 37.  June 8-22, 1923.

Folder 47: Indian School Journal, The, 1909, 1922Add to your cart.

Indian School Journal, The.  Vol. 9, No. 9.  July 1909.

Indian School Journal, The.  Vol. 22, No. 12.  December 1922.

Folder 48: Periodicals - Indian Sentinel, The, January 1925Add to your cart.
Indian Sentinel.  Vol. 5, No. 1.  January 1925.
Folder 49: Periodicals - Native American, The, 1919, 1923Add to your cart.

Native American, The.  Vol. 20, No. 3.  February 8, 1919.

Native American, The.  Vol. 23, No. 34.  June 16, 1923.

Folder 50: Periodicals - Red Man, The (Formerly the Indian Craftsman), March 1910Add to your cart.
Red Man, The.  Vol. 2, No. 7.  March 1910 (3 copies).
Folder 51: Periodicals - Red Man, The, April 1910Add to your cart.
Red Man, The.  Vol. 2, No. 8.  April 1910.
Folder 52: Periodicals - Red Man, The, May 1910Add to your cart.
Red Man, The.  Vol. 2, No. 9.  May 1910.
Folder 53: Periodicals - Red Man, The, January 1911Add to your cart.
Red Man, The.  Vol. 3, No. 5.  January 1911.
Folder 54: Publications - Feast of the Red Corn, 1912Add to your cart.
Indian operetta by Paul Bliss
Folder 55: Publications - Indian Policies, Comments on the Resolutions of the Advisory Council On Indian Affairs by Hubert Work, June 1924Add to your cart.
Folder 56: Publications – Some Western Shoshoni Myths by Julian H. Steward., 1943Add to your cart.
Anthropological Papers, No. 31. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 136, p. 249-299.
Folder 57: Publications – Totem Legends Of the Northwest Coast Country by William Shelton, 1914Add to your cart.
Folder 58: Obituary of Dr. Ferdinand ShoemakerAdd to your cart.
Folder 59: LEGAL SIZED FOLDER: Reports and Notes on Indian HealthAdd to your cart.

Pernicious Malarial Fever cases;

Bathing

A Surgical Case Complicated by Chloroform Narcosis and Strychnine Poisoning

The Indian Girl and Health

Colds and their Prevention

It is with a good deal of pride that we point to the health conditions at Carlisle

Diagram of building and location of various rooms within

Series 2: Photographs, 1909-1918Add to your cart.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Photos P.68.001 - P.68.012Add to your cart.

P.68.001 - “Spool 34” Group of Native American schoolgirls sitting on steps of a building.

P.68.002 - “Girls’ dress parade, Chilocco Ind. School, Okla.  8/26-9/27/1917  3-72 Too dark” Rows of girls in white dresses and black skirts standing at attention. Trees in the background.

P.68.003 - “Dress parade, Chilocco Ind. School, Chilocco, Okla  8/26-9/27-1917  Too dark  3-69” Students standing in rows. Building and trees in the background. A marching band walking.

P.68.004 - “Tohatchi School, 10/13/11  S-6” Schoolgirls standing in front of the Tohatchi School, October 13, 1911.

P.68.005 - “Group- Tohatchi School  1911  1-44” Schoolgirls standing in front of the Tohatchi School.

P.68.006 - “Red Moon Sch  S-42” Two girls standing in front of the Red Moon School.

P.68.007 - “Segar Colony  S-42” Deer grazing in wooded area in Seger Colony, Oklahoma.

P.68.008 - “Rainy Mt Sch. S-43” Buildings at the Rainy Mountain Indian School.

P.68.009 - “City Hall, St Lake City Utah 3/21/16” City Hall in Salt Lake City, Utah.

P.68.010 - “Spool 35” Rows of buildings and trees.

P.68.011 - “Fort Sill, Okla S-43” Buildings and trees in Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

P.68.012 - “Segar Colony S-43” Buildings and trees in Seger Colony, Oklahoma.

Folder 2: Photos P.68.013 - P.68.027Add to your cart.

P.68.013 - “Rosebud, SD Branding Calves, Rosebud, S.D. 1916” Five Caucasian men branding a calf in Rosebud, South Dakota.

P.68.014 - “Ft Sill dairy barn S-43” Inside of a dairy barn in Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

P.68.015 - “En route Nambe, etc. Sf. 20” Caucasian man and a woman standing in front of two horses and wagon.

P.68.016 - “Potato gathering scene, Nevada Agency, Nixon, Nev.” People gathering potatoes in a field, in Nixon, Nevada.

P.68.017 - “Ft Sill dairy barn. S.43” Outside view of a dairy barn in Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

P.68.018 - “Arapahoe house S-43” A house with two smaller buildings in the background and a fence in the foreground.

P.68.019 - “Family of Walton Colbert, Chickasaw, Okla 1913 4-29” Colbert family and dog sitting on porch of a house.

P.68.020 - “Residence of Little Face, Cantonment, Okla.” Lone white house with windmill; old car in foreground.

P.68.021 - “1917 Mesa Verde, Colo” Three Caucasian individuals among ruins in Mesa Verde, Colorado.

P.68.022 - “Spruce Tree House, Mesa Verde, Colo 8/17/17” Three Caucasian individuals among ruins of the Spruce Tree House in Mesa Verde, Colorado; August 17, 1917.

P.68.023 - “Arapahoe baby S-42” An Arapahoe baby lying on the floor with blankets.

P.68.024 - “Arapahoe baby S-42” An Arapahoe baby lying on the floor with blankets.

P.68.025 - “Navajo Hogan & Group, En route Torreon - 1-32” A Native American Indian mother and children sitting outside a Navajo hogan.”

P.68.026 - “Dr. Shoemaker Vaccination Scene, Navajo Ariz Taken in a canyon 80 or 90 miles north of the Santa Fe Railroad. 1-33.” Dr. Shoemaker in a hat and coat with five Native American Indian children and Native American Indian woman sitting on the ground by the hogan.

P.68.027 - “Surpin – Pott’s Dis.; Fort Stanton, N. Mex 3” A Caucasian man sitting with his upper body exposed, showing his back and spine, in Fort Stanton, New Mexico.

Folder 3: Photos P.68.028 - P.68.061Add to your cart.

P.68.028 - “Sun Palace, Mesa Verde Park, Col. 8/15/17” Three Caucasian individuals standing on the [Cliff Palace] at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, on August 15, 1917.

P.68.029 - “Ute Mt, Colo. 8/6/17 4-71” Nine Caucasian adults and one child outside a building with an old car at Ute Mountain, Colorado, on August 6, 1917.

P.68.030 - “Pikes Peak, Colo” Individuals standing atop a building structure with rocks in the foreground at Pikes Peak, Colorado.

P.68.031 - “Pikes Peak, Colo 8/20/17” The monument of Zebulon Montgomery Pike, at Pikes Peak, Colorado, on August 20, 1917.

P.68.032 - “Pikes Peak, Colo 8/25/17” The view of mountains and a lake from Pikes Peak, Colorado, on August 25, 1917.

P.68.033 - “Shoemakers – Hutton, Zuni, N. M. Miss Scheurle.  Ft. Defiance, Ariz. Camp at Inscription Rock Aug - 1911” Five Caucasian adults and two children camped at Inscription Rock, August 1911.

P.68.034 - “Crossing Mt. Meadow Pass 1/30/16 Rafel – Sup. Forrester, etc” Two wagons and six men pulled by team horses crossing Mountain Meadow Pass in the snow on January 30, 1916.

P.68.035 - “Ft. Defiance hospital, 9/17/11 S-3” The hospital in Fort Defiance, Arizona, surrounded by bushes, with white sheets in the windows and a ladder.

P.68.036 - “Double tent, Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho g” A white double tent with lodge poles set in front of it and an old wagon.

P.68.037 - “Pikes Peak, Colo. 8/25/17”A building at Pikes Peak, Colorado, with individuals and cars in front of it, with rocks in the foreground.

P.68.038 - “Mr. Frank’s Agency – Grand Portage, Minnesota - 1914” Houses set around Lake Superior in Grand Portage, Minnesota, with mountains in the background.

P.68.039 - “Dulce, N. Mex Aug. 1917” A wooden house with three individuals and two horses in Dulce, New Mexico, August 1917.

P.68.040 - “Jicarilla Ind. School, Dulce, N. Mex Aug. 1917 2-72” White buildings with a pole and mountains in the background of the Jicarilla Indian School in Dulce, New Mexico, August 1917.

P.68.041 - “Old Fort – at Pipe Spring, Utah 2/6/16” Two stone buildings with a fence in the foreground and stony hills and trees in the background on February 6, 1916.

P.68.042 - “Kaibab School, Arizona 2/4/16” View of the school buildings, with snow in the foreground and mountains in the background.

P.68.043 - “Double tent, Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho g” A white double tent and lodge poles in front.

P.68.044 - “Fort Defiance Ind. Agency Ft. Defiance, Ariz 1-15” Upper view of the white buildings and trees of Fort Defiance, Arizona.

P.68.045 - “Fort Stanton, N. Mex” Rows of buildings, hills in the background, and a pole in the foreground.

P.68.046 - “Jicarilla Ind. home, Dulce, N. Mex Feb. 1912 3-14” Two Native American Indian men standing in front of a Jicarilla Indian home, made of logs, with lodge poles to the side, in Dulce, New Mexico, in February 1912.

P.68.047 - “Yuma, Ariz 1911” Buildings in Yuma, Arizona in 1911. Mountains in the background.

P.68.048 - “Father Vrebos” A priest in a hat on a white horse. Building, wagons, and horses in the background.

P.68.049 - “Taos Pueblo, N. Mex During dance, Jan. 25, 1912  2-65” People on roofs of buildings. A car and children on the dirt ground.

P.68.050 - “Stone house – Fort Sill, Okla – where Doris was born. Mch 1912  3-54” A stone house with vegetation growing around the front and up the side, with a building in the background. Fort Sill, Oklahoma, where Dr. Shoemaker’s daughter Doris was born. March 1912.

P.68.051 - “2/28/21” A woman in a coat and hat, standing by a car, on the side of the road. Trees in the background and a pole on the side.

P.68.052 - “Geo. Hollibee – Creek Md. – Millett, Okla. 1913 4-18” Two wooden houses with children and adults standing on the porch. Small wagon in the foreground.

P.68.053 - “Seminole India Grave yard – Okla 1913 4-13” A Seminole indian graveyard. Small buildings set among tall trees.

P.68.054 - “En route – Taos Pueblo, N. Mex Jan 26, 1912 2-50” Individuals in a wagon pulled by four brown horses. Hills in the background.

P.68.055 - “Jicarilla Home. La Jara, N. Mex March 1-1912  3-10” Two Native American Indian adults and a child sitting outside a log home. A tipi is seen in the background with wood and a boulder in the foreground.

P.68.056 - “South Ute Camp scene, Ignacio, Colo. 2-75” A Native American Indian man standing and a Native American Indian woman sitting next to a hogan. Two tipis in the back and a dog.

P.68.057 - “South Ute house – Navajo Springs, Colo. 2-74” A Native American Indian wooden house.

P.68.058 - “Ruin on this rock. Set the crude ladders against the rock. They could not get to the top. ??? I mean Ford & Mr. Singblow.” A large rock with ruins on top, surrounded by smaller rock.

P.68.059 - “A view thru ‘Window Rock’. The window is so large that the camera had to be placed so far back to get the circle and a bank intervened so as to cut off the lower half of ‘window.’” Three individuals standing on top of “Window Rock”, a large arching rock formation.

P.68.060 - “One of the hundred of ancient ruins to be found in Arizona & N. Mexico.” Rock ruins in the desert. Fence posts in the foreground.

P.68.061 - “Navajo Man – Trachoma, Tuba, Ariz – 7/12/11” A blind Native American Indian man with his eyes held open by two hands.

Folder 4: Photos P.68.062 - P.68.096Add to your cart.

P.68.062 - “Logging scene near Tulalip, Wash 4-57” Three men standing on logs that are hooked to four horses.

P.68.063 - “Logging scene near Tulalip, Wash 4-57” Two men standing on logs, with one man on the ground, that are hooked to four horses.

P.68.064 - “Summit - en route Helper to Ft. Duchesne, Utah.” Multiple teams of horses and sleds among snow and trees. Men and dogs on left side.

P.68.065 - “Seminole grave yard - Okla. 1913  4-13” Small wooden buildings among trees. Fence poles in foreground.

P.68.066 - “Wichita grass house, Okla April, 1918 3-61” Grass house. One Caucasian woman and one Native American Indian woman standing by trees and blankets in Oklahoma.

P.68.067 - “Wichita grass house, Okla. April, 1918 3-62” Grass house. One Caucasian woman and one Native American Indian woman standing by trees and blankets in Oklahoma.

P.68.068 - “Home of Chas Leva & Ina Hawkins, Wewoka, Okla 1913 4-12” A man and two children sitting on the porch of a log house. A metal pan in the foreground.

P.68.069 - “B.H. Dr. Fraiper Mesa Verde, Colo. 8/5/17” A Caucasian man standing at the edge of a canyon in Mesa Verde, Colorado, on August 5, 1917.

P.68.070 - “Ute Mt, Colo. 8/6/17 1917 4-71” Three light buildings with dark roofs and a flagpole. Three cars parked. August 6, 1917.

P.68.071 - “Pikes Peak, Colo. 8/25/17” Six Caucasian individuals sitting in and standing around an automobile.

P.68.072 - “Fort Hall School Plant, Fort Hall, Idaho March, 1916 g” Five buildings of the Fort Hall School with a black water tower in the center. Trees in the background and fence poles in the foreground.

P.68.073 - “Tent houses Fort Stanton, N. Mex 7-22 to 9-9-1912  3” A Caucasian girl standing in front of multiple buildings (tent houses) in Fort Stanton, New Mexico, from July 22 to September 9, 1912. Hills in the foreground.

P.68.074 - “Tent house, Fort Stanton, N. Mex 7/22 to 9/9 - 1912 3-32” Two rows of wooden buildings with chopped logs outside and a Caucasian man standing. Larger house in the background.

P.68.075 - “Patients at Ft. Stanton Tub. Sanitarium, Fort Stanton, N. Mex 7/22 to 9/9/12 3-35” Men sitting and standing outside a large building with columns and a balcony. Tuberculosis patients at Fort Stanton, New Mexico, July 22 to September 9, 1912.

P.68.076 - “Ft. Stanton, N. Mexico 7/22 to 9/9/12 3” Two girls riding two horses between light-colored buildings. A third horse held by a man standing. Fort Stanton, New Mexico, July 22 to September 9, 1912.

P.68.077 - “Doctor’s residence, Mescalero, N. Mex 3-25-12 3-40” A house with smaller buildings to the side. A pond and two trees in the foreground. Hills in the background.

P.68.078 - “Acoma Pueblo trail. Oct 1911 1-56” Three adults standing and a girl sitting among boulders on the Acoma Pueblo trail in October 1911.

P.68.079 - “Sanatorium--Carson School, Stewart, Nev.” A white building with many windows. Hills in the background.

P.68.080 - “Camp scene, ??, Kimbetoh, N. Mex Sept. 1911 1-30” A man in a hat, kneeling on one knee, next to a cot and multiple blankets. Desert and small hills in the background. Kimbeto, New Mexico.

P.68.081 - “Our house at Ft. Stanton, N.M. 7/22 to 9/9/1912” Multiple houses and trees. A little girl sitting in front of a tree in a yard, next to a house with white columns. A sprinkler in the yard and a sidewalk in the foreground.

P.68.082 - “En route Helper to Ft. Du-chesne, U.” Small log building and men with old wagons. Snow covered hills. Dr. Shoemaker headed from Helper, Utah, to Fort Duchesne, Utah.

P.68.083 - “En route Helper to Ft. Du-chesne, Utah” Wooden and log buildings, many wagons and a few horses. Fence posts in the foreground and snow covered hills and ground in the background.

P.68.084 - “Grave of Chief Joseph near Tulalip, Wash 4-59” White monument of Chief Joseph’s gravesite surrounded by wooden fencing.

P.68.085 - “Grave of Chief Seattle, Wash. 4-58” White monument with a cross on top of Chief Seattle. Other graves surrounded by white fencing. Forest in the background.

P.68.086 - “Grave of Chief Joseph near Tulalip, Wash 4-59” The white monument of Chief Joseph surrounded by wooden fencing. Multiple poles vertically out of the ground.

P.68.087 - “Hospital Fort Defiance” White building with many windows and columns. Two individuals standing in front bent over.

P.68.088 - “Crossing Mt. Meadow Pass, Utah - 1/30/16” Six Caucasian men standing and sitting with two wagons and three teams of horses. Snow covered ground and hills.

P.68.089 - “Cherokee log cabin, Okla 1913 4-9” A woman standing in the doorway of a log cabin with a dog standing outside. A large tree to the side of the cabin. Brush and a wooden fence in the foreground.

P.68.090 - “Shoute’s San. S-16” Seven small wooden buildings and a larger wooden building. Stone wall and dirt in the foreground. A sanatorium in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

P.68.091 - “Tohatchi School, 10/13/11 S-6” Multiple buildings on different ground levels. Water tower in the center. Schoolchildren at the doorways of the lower building.

P.68.092 - “Shoute’s Tub. San. Albuquerque, N.M. S.-16” A large brick building with a wall of windows and two columns which is a tuberculosis sanatorium in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A man standing in the dirt driveway in front, next to rock curbing.

P.68.093 - “En route, Nambe, etc.” Two men wearing hats and coats and a blanket covering their legs sitting on a wagon pulled by two horses. Trunks tied on the back of the wagon. Snow on the ground.

P.68.094 - “Shoute’s Sanatorium S-16” Small wooden building with pipe out of the roof. An individual reclining with an umbrella to the side.

P.68.095 - “San Ildefonso S. 21” Small buildings of a pueblo. Hills in the background.

P.68.096 - “En route Nambe, etc S. 20” A man and a woman standing next to a wagon with trunks tied onto it, attached to two horses. Snow on the ground and a [telephone] pole to the side of the horses.

Folder 5: Photos P.68.097 - P.68.115Add to your cart.

P.68.097 - “Crossing Mountain Meadow Pass, Utah - 1/30/16 Man from Gunlock McFarland, Forrester Moody Self Mcallister, Forrester; J.F.S. Co. F. Winser, Enterprise Rafel- Sup. Forrester, etc.” Four men in hats sitting on horses and three men in hats standing next to the wagons being pulled by horses. One dog at the front. Ground and hills covered in snow.

P.68.098 - “En route to So. Ute Day School, Ignacio, Colo. 3-4 1917” A man in a hat holding the reigns to two horses, pulling a carriage out of a creek. Surrounded by trees and brush, with snow on the ground.

P.68.099 - “En route Santa Fe to Nambe Pueblo, N. Mex Jan. 9- 1912  2-28” Two men wearing hats and coats, with their legs covered by blankets, sitting in a wagon with trunks tied on, and attached to two horses. Snow on the ground.

P.68.100 - “En route Santa Fe to Nambe Pueblo, N. Mex Jan. 9- 1912  2-26” A man and woman standing next to a wagon with trunks tied onto it, attached to horses. Snow on the ground and a [telephone] pole to the side of the horses.

P.68.101 - “10/17/20” On a street in front of three houses. Two automobiles with two individuals next to each car. A man standing next to the stairs of the first visible house. Many tall trees in the front yards of each house. October 17, 1920.

P.68.102 - “Stone house, Ft Sill, Okla where Doris was born - 1912  3-52” The Shoemaker residence in Fort Sill, Oklahoma. A stone house with trees next to a fence in the front. Vegetation growing up the side of the house. A woman standing at the back doorway, with a little girl standing by the corner of the house. 

P.68.103 - “[POST CARD] Camp scene 40 miles from Dulce, N. Mex. Front row- 1. Mr. Wright, 2. Dr. Cross, 3. Mr. Weeks (Song R.R. agent), 4. Mr. Wright’s son. Back Row: 1. Mexican workman, 2. Jicarilla Ind. Man, 3. Self, 4. Jicarilla Ind. Man.” Four men sitting and four men standing by a white tent, a large twisted tree, and a table with pans on it. Boulders and trees in the background. One Mexican man and two Native American Indian men.

P.68.104 - “La Jara Day School, Dulce, N. Mex Mch. 1-1912  3-9” Native American Indian adults and schoolchildren standing in front of a white building with a dark roof. Fence posts in the foreground and a hill in the background. A wooden structure stands next to the building.

P.68.105– “Sup’t. Shelton’s automobile Shiprock, N. Mex Feb. 1912  2-97” Two Caucasian men in hats and suits and two Native American Indian girls in a car, driving down a street in Shiprock, New Mexico. Four houses and multiple trees are in the background.

P.68.106 - “2/28/21 DR. SHOMAKER” Dr. Shoemaker standing next to a car parked on the side of a road. A [telephone] pole next to the car. Trees and the top of a house in the background.

P.68.107 - “Surpin. Fort Stanton, N.M. 3” A Caucasian man sitting with his upper body exposed, showing his back and spine. A towel hanging on a rack and a sink in the corner. A bottle sitting on a table.

P.68.108 - “Camp scene, en route Torreons to Bonito, N. Mex 25 miles east of Bonito Agency Taken Oct 2/1911 Sept 1911. On [tup] to control spread of smallpox 1-38” Three men in hats squatting by a wagon and carriage. Pans, a bag, and a box on the ground next to them. A horse tied to a post, a log structure, and a stone building in the background.

P.68.109 - “Grounds of Segar Colony Ind. School, Okla. May- 1918 3-44” Stone buildings of the Seger Colony Indian School in Seger Colony, Oklahoma, seen through multiple trees.

P.68.110 - “Fort Sill Ind School, Lawton, Okla Mch- 1918  1918  3-49” Three buildings and trees at the Fort Sill Indian School. A flagpole in the center.

P.68.111 - “Albino boy, Albuq. School 17” Two Native American Indian boys in school uniform at the Albuquerque School. One boy is an albino.

P.68.112 - [negative] A hut covered in vegetation and blankets. A wagon in the background with trees. A woman and child sitting at the doorway.

P.68.113 - [negative] A hogan with stone buildings in the background.

P.68.114 - [negative] Buildings in the center between hills. A bridge over a river and a road in the foreground.

P.68.115 - [negative] A stone house with an overhang and posts. Trees next to the house.

Folder 6: Photos P.68.116 - P.68.121Add to your cart.

P.68.116 - Four Native American Indian women standing in white aprons and striped dresses with white nurse caps around a white woman in a white shirt and skirt and nurse cap. Between white pillars and vegetation of a stone building.

P.68.117 - A classroom of Native American Indian youth with a white female teacher in the back. Chalkboards and pictures lining two walls and four large windows. Three light fixtures hanging from the ceiling. A desk at the front of the classroom with books on top.

P.68.118 - Five Native American girls brushing their teeth along a long sink with many faucets. Aprons hanging on hooks behind them. A single light bulb hanging from the ceiling.

P.68.119 - A group of Native American Indian girls in white aprons cooking. One oven is on one side of the room and a row of ovens on the other side of the room. Two single lightbulbs hanging from the ceiling. A clock is on one wall.

P.68.120 - A Native American Indian woman lying under and on top of blankets. A large trunk is behind her head. She is lying inside a tent structure.

P.68.121 -  A large brick building with a porch and chimney. White tents to one side of the building. A group of men standing at the front of the building. Trees in the background.

Folder 7: Photos P.68.122 - P.68.131Add to your cart.

P.68.122 - Three Native American Indian individuals sitting in chairs being examined by two men in white uniforms. A fourth Native American Indian woman is standing. A Caucasian woman is sitting and writing. Two tables holding medical instruments and a stool. Paintings on the walls.

P.68.123 - “Care of tubercular peritonitis with tubercular ulceration of the bowels. Died 3 wks after section.” A Native American Indian man lying in a bed.

P.68.124 - A Native American Indian boy riding a horse with a striped saddle blanket. Wearing a hat with a feather.

P.68.125 - Two Native American Indian women, one sitting, and one lying down under mosquito netting.

P.68.126 - A Native American Indian woman lying under a blanket on a mattress and pillows and a Native American Indian man sitting on the floor, inside a house with a window on one wall and a stove in the center of the room.

P.68.127 - A Native American Indian woman hanging rugs on a clothesline next to a house. Desert and brush in the background.

P.68.128 - A young Native American Indian girl with her upper back exposed. Braided hair.

P.68.129 - A young Native American Indian girl with her upper back exposed. Braided hair.

P.68.130 - A young Native American Indian girl with her upper front exposed. Braided hair and wearing bracelets.

P.68.131 -  Two young Native American Indian children standing in a row of shower stalls and bath rooms.

Folder 8: Photos P.68.132 - P.68.135Add to your cart.

P.68.132 - P.68.132 “8/1/09 Photograph Studio Indian Industrial School Carlisle, PA.” Shelves of medicine bottles. A clock, mirror, and sink on a wall.

P.68.133 - P.68.133 “8/1/09 Photograph Studio Indian Industrial School Carlisle, PA.” An examination table with a pillow, two white stools, and white pans.

P.68.134 - “8/1/09 Photograph Studio Indian Industrial School Carlisle, PA.” A room with four beds and multiple windows. Another building outside the window and trees in the background.

P.68.135 - “8/1/09 Photograph Studio Indian Industrial School Carlisle, PA.” A room with multiple beds and chairs. Windows on all walls, multiple light fixtures, and a desk.

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P.68.136 - “Int. of Haraupai house” Blankets and clothing on the ground inside a Haraupai house.

P.68.137 - “Trachoma - pannus. Ft. Defiance, Ariz” A Native American Indian man wrapped in a blanket at Fort Defiance, Arizona.

P.68.138 - “Tub. Lecture at Fort Apache, Ariz” A large group of Native American Indians in a lecture hall. A boy in at the front of the group. Dr. Shoemaker standing at the back of the hall. A trombone sitting on the stage.

P.68.139 - “Group of patients at Episcopal Hospital, Ft. Defiance, Ariz.” Group of Native American Indian adults and babies sitting on steps outside of the hospital.

P.68.140 - “Distant view of Zuni” A distant view of Zuni, New Mexico. 

P.68.141 - “Pueblo Bonito Agency” Buildings with hills in the background and a fence in the foreground.

P.68.142 - “Site of Agency, Supai, Cataract Canon [Canyon], Ariz.” Rock formations and the Colorado River at Cataract Canyon, Arizona.

P.68.143 - “Fort Apache, Ariz.” A large group of Native American Indians in a lecture hall. A boy in at the front of the group. Dr. Shoemaker standing at the back of the hall. A trombone sitting on the stage.

P.68.144 - “Graveyard, Zuni, N. Mex” A graveyard and buildings in Zuni, New Mexico. A mountain in the background.

P.68.145 - “Tub. of spine Tuba, Ariz.”A young Native American Indian with tuberculosis in the spine, sitting on a chair.

P.68.146 - A young Native American Indian lying down under blankets surrounded by two Native American Indian adults and a boy in a hat. A dog is also on the blankets.

P.68.147 - An older Native American Indian man in a vest and tie with a pin on his vest.

P.68.148 - “Skin and bone tuberculosis, Fort Defiance, Ariz.” A young Native American Indian boy with sores on his ankles, wrists, neck, and face, sitting on a chair half undressed.

P.68.149 - “Trachoma - pannus, Fort Defiance, Ariz.” A Native American Indian man in a striped shirt and white headband sitting, with two individuals opening his eyes.

P.68.150 - “Trachoma - Navajo, Tuba, Ariz.” A Native American Indian man sitting.

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P.68.151 - A young Native American Indian boy standing with spinal deformities.

P.68.152 - A young Native American Indian boy standing with spinal deformities.

P.68.153 - A young Native American Indian boy standing with spinal deformities.

P.68.154 - A young Native American Indian girl lying without clothes on, showing spinal deformities.

P.68.155 - A young Native American Indian girl standing without clothes on, showing spinal deformities.

P.68.156 - A young Native American Indian girl standing without clothes on, showing spinal deformities.

P.68.157 - A young Native American Indian girl standing without clothes on, showing spinal deformities.

P.68.158 - Eyes of a young Native American Indian.

P.68.159 - The eyes of a young Native American Indian.

P.68.160 - The back of a young Native American Indian girl, in a dress and braids.

P.68.161 - Eyes of a young Native American Indian.

P.68.162 - Eyes of a young Native American Indian.

P.68.163 - A Native American Indian girl sitting wearing a dress, belt, white necklace, and braids.

P.68.164 - A young boy standing in small front of a building with many white chickens. Trees in the background.

P.68.165 - Five Native American Indian women sitting in a room with benches, chairs, and tables. A map of the United States and paintings hangs on the wall.

P.68.166 - Two wooden structures places in the middle of grass. A white cloth object is on the top of one structure.

P.68.167 - The profile of a young Native American Indian boy, dressed, with sores on his neck.

P.68.168 - A Native American woman lying under and on top of blankets with a can, lid, and jar next to her.

P.68.169 - A room with bedding, a stove, and suitcases. A hat and string hung on the wall.

P.68.170 - A pipe from a stove, bedding, and covered windows in a room.

P.68.171 - An elderly Native American Indian woman with a scarf around her head.

P.68.172 - An elderly Native American Indian man pulling down his eyes with his index fingers.

P.68.173 - A Native American Indian girl sitting wearing a dress, belt, white necklace, and braids.

P.68.174 - Two Native American Indian boys standing outside a tent. One with crutches and an exposed knee.

P.68.175 - An elderly Native American Indian woman standing with a cane. Has an enlarged mass around her neck.

P.68.176 - Three Native American Indian children standing with white tents in the background.

P.68.177 - A group of Native American Indian girls swimming with two women standing at the bank in dresses and hats. Trees in the background.

P.68.178 - A room of Native American Indian boys standing at the sides of their beds with a woman standing at the back of the room.

P.68.178b - A room of Native American Indian boys standing at the sides of their beds with a woman standing at the back of the room.

P.68.179 - A Native American Indian child sitting, with braids.

P.68.180 - A Native American woman lying under and on top of blankets with a can, lid, and jar next to her.

P.68.181 - A Native American Indian child sitting on a chair with two hands holding her. Has a coin in her mouth.

P.68.182 - Two Native American Indian girls being treated by two Caucasian men in white uniforms and a Caucasian woman in a dress. Tables and chairs and paintings.

P.68.182b - Two Native American Indian girls being treated by two Caucasian men in white uniforms and a Caucasian woman in a dress. Tables and chairs and paintings.

P.68.182c - Two Native American Indian girls being treated by two Caucasian men in white uniforms and a Caucasian woman in a dress. Tables and chairs and paintings.

P.68.183 - A room of beds with a stove in the corner.

P.68.184 - A tent set up outside. Buildings and a wagon in the background.

P.68.185 - Two Native American Indian girls being treated by two Caucasian men in white uniforms and a Caucasian woman in a dress. Tables and chairs and paintings.

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P.68.186b - Two Native American Indian girls being treated by two Caucasian men in white uniforms and a Caucasian woman in a dress. Tables and chairs and paintings.

P.68.186c - Two Native American Indian girls being treated by two Caucasian men in white uniforms and a Caucasian woman in a dress. Tables and chairs and paintings.

P.68.187 - A Native American Indian girl sweeping as a Native American Indian man is sitting in a chair and watching.

P.68.188 - A Native American Indian girl sweeping, a Native American Indian man sitting in a chair and watching, and three Native American Indian individuals sitting at a table eating.

P.68.189 - A tent set up outside. Buildings and a wagon in the background

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Included with Incoming Correspondence from Fischer at Columbus, Ohio; August 8, 1909.

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