Carlisle, Pennsylvania: The Carlisle Indiain Press / U.S. Indian School, 1913. Softcover. NF (As new, but lower half of back cover yapped edge has detached.). Brown paper wraps, stapled, with color illus. and red/black lettering. Yapped edges.  with bw photos and illustrations throughout. A magazine published monthly "in the interest of the Native American" by Carlisle. This issue features the commencement exercises for 1913, including addresses by several "honorable" guests. With suggestions for character building and a speech by Robert Yellowtail, The Indian and His Problem. Cover illustration, of a Hopi girl making bread, by William Deitz (Lone Star), a Sioux. Scarce, especially in this fine condition.
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