World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Indian; United States -- Armed Forces -- Indians; United States. Army -- Indians of North America;
Two U.S. servicemen, Henry Black Elk (left) and Evrett Broken Rope Verso caption: Left and right: Henry Black Elk, Lorenzo Broken Rope Notes by Archivist: Serviceman on right also identified as Evrett Broken Rope, younger brother of Lorenzo...
Baking; Children -- South Dakota -- 1930-1940; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians -- Mixed descent;
Notes by Archivist: Bakery hats and aprons inscribed, "Omar Wonder Flour," which was used widely in the United States, 1930s-1940s. Left to right, front row: __, __, Clifford White Face (baker), Adolph Seiler (head baker), Joe “Buster” White...
Children -- South Dakota -- 1930-1940; Children's plays, American; Drama -- Student Plays; High school teachers -- United States; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Drama; Indians in popular culture -- United States; Holy...
A student actor portraying an Oglala Indian with painted shield and war bonnet
Cheerleading; Children -- South Dakota -- 1970-1980; High Schools -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Uniforms; Catholic high schools -- South Dakota; Red Cloud Indian School -- Students
High school cheerleaders outdoors Notes by Archivist: Left to right: Ardis Iron Cloud, Belva Clifford, Pam Jacobs, Candy Pourier, Glory Pourier, Dusty Broken Rope, Rhonda Herman; 1st semester 1971-1972 school year.
This article describes how the Saint Joan of Arc Chapel is the newest jewel on the Marquette University campus detailing the complex process of moving and reconstructing a building and the steps taken to preserve the chapel's history.
Harold Brohl (left) and Edgar George, mason foreman, use a chain winch and rope sling to set one of the antique stones in place for the Saint Joan of Arc Chapel. Bonifas hall, a women's dormitory, is in the background.