Reverend Francis M. Craft (Mohawk) and the American Sisters: Mother Mary Anthony Cloud Robe (Susie Bordeaux)(Brulé), Sr. Mary Joseph (Josephine Two Bears) (Hunkpapa), Sr. Mary Gregory or Gertrude (Ellen Clark)(Hunkpapa), and Sr. Mary Bridget (Annie Pleets)(Hunkpapa), at U.S. Military Hospital, Havana, Cuba: Rev. Craft and the sisters were inspired by Sacred White Buffalo Woman of …
Jack Hokeah (ca. 1900-1960)(Kiowa) and an unidentified friend visiting Sister Mary Olivia Taylor (Choctaw-Chickasaw) of the Third Order Regular of St. Francis (Loretto, Pennsylvania)(O.S.F.)* at St. Patrick’s School, Anadarko, Oklahoma: Hokeah, an internationally known painter in an artists’ group called the “Kiowa Five”, received his first art instruction from Sister Olivia, who was his grade school …
The Administration Building: In 1890, the Administration building is under construction for Loretto Heights Academy, an elementary and secondary school for girls. The Administration Building, originally called Tower Hall, was the first building on campus. When completed, a year later, nineteen Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross and fifty-one students move in.
Religious sisters of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Family (S.S.F.)* of New Orleans at St. Martin’s Church, St. Martinville, Louisiana: Henriette Delille, a free woman of African descent, founded the Sisters of the Holy Family in New Orleans in 1842 to serve the poor, primarily by educating youth and caring for the …
Postulants group, Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Family
Postulant and novice sister, Nuns of the Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Note white coif (headdress) of the novice sister on right, as compared to the black coif of the professed sister in this same order.
Mother Madeline Clary, English professor and class advisor, and students
Investiture ceremony, Carmelite Sisters of St. Therese of the Infant Jesus.
Nurses, Officers & Sisters in Courtyard of Hospital, Vicenza, Italy: Digitization of glass plate negative.
Sisters, Unit 102 A.E.F.: Digitization of glass plate negative.