Portrait of studio portraits of 3 women and 1 man,full. Portraits are arranged in a pyramid shape. Identified as Miss Mayo, Harvey, Lizzie, Harvey, Flora, Dr. McMillan, Miss Parton.
[Flora Harvey?]; [Lizzie Harvey?]; Edward C. McMillan; Miss [Parton?]; Miss Mayo
Original Item Medium
Names of people portrayed written on the back of the photograph. Miss Mayo the top photograph, Harvey and Harvey for second level of photographs, and Dr. McMillan on bottom right and Miss Parton on bottom left. In the "Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year 1887" Josephine C. Mayo is listed as Matron, Gertrude Parton as Seamstress, Lizzie Harvey as Assistant Laundress, and Edward C. McMillan as Physician for the Genoa Training School, Genoa, Nebraska. Flora E. Harvey is listed as Principal teacher for the Genoa Training School in the "Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs 1895" Original item medium is unknown because the size is 3" x 4" this photograph not fit into any known photograph style.
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Edmond J. Mallet Collection. French Institute at Assumption University, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Native American Schools