Two cadets, portrait from chest up, left cadet wears glasses, [circa 1902], no text
2 duplicate pictures, one with text, one without, text reads: Edwin Lyon, Sewickley, Penna. [location] [circa 1900]
Edward P. Busteed, 80 West 72 St New York, May 24th 1891
Wm. R. Van Dusen, Phila, Pa. Class ‘94
Fred’k B. Simpson, New York, N.Y. 1st Sgt Co. C. Class ‘91
C.M. Lawyer, 733 N. Ave, Baltimore Md.
Montagne J. Burrell, Little Falls, New York
Knee length portrait, in uniform, no cap, no text
Portrait from chest up, in uniform, no cap, no text
Caption reads: “To Romano[?]. From his best-mate-class-mate and brother in .T.B. Success to Romano[?] and may we meet again in the near future. Tommy”
Caption reads: “Oh you Rummy! You’re a rowdy but a pretty good fellow. Don’t do anything at Atlantic City I wouldn’t do. Here’s to good old 1911. Yours in TB ‘Tim’”
Caption reads: “To my has been partner at tennis. Joe”
Caption reads: To “‘Rummy’ with best wishes for your future success. Your true brother in .T.B. Mey[?]”
Caption reads: “To Rummy [non?][Frank?] you may be handsome but I fear when you look at the above portrait you will realize there is one you can’t compete with Your old college chum Larry”
Caption reads: "To “My Wife” [sic] sice I divorced my old one. May he be a success in life and a credit to her husband, Who will always remember her and cherish and obey her. (In a P.H.H.) “Henpecks” Your loving husband Clarence G. [H?]olgate”
Truly yours Russell A. Mitchell FS
Yours in “Alg” L.C. Holston
Willard A. Holbrook, Captain 5th Cav.
Caption reads: “To “Rummey” the man behind the candy counter. Give me a piece of candy Rummey. May you always be successful. From friend and classmate across the corridor [illegible signature]
Caption reads: “To “Frank” with best success in all his “ventures.” A friend and classmate in 1911. Ray D.Wells.”
Caption reads: “To “Rummy” the best looking man in the school—maybe! an athlete and soldier. Here is success to you. “Mac” ”
Knee length portrait, in uniform, no cap, barely legible text
Caption reads: “To [illegible] – a rare combination John D. Moore”
Picture of a woman, from the elbows up, in civilian clothes, text reads “Crete Sipple phone 579520”
“Your classmate” Hugo W. Schoellkopf Dallas, TX 1900
Caption reads: “R.C. Durant. From a pair that is a pair. J.E. Gilman”
“I think this is a 1901 man but I have forgotten his name” (written on back)
To my friend “Tommir[?]” George A. Lowry
Several photographs of Charles B. Price, class of 1902, including several in his later years.
Photo of Cadet Boswell
Scans of individual cadets from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.