Groups-PC

44061.

Women Attendants with dumbbells at the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane, early 1860’s.

44062.

Women Attendants with dumbbells at the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane, early 1860’s.

45024.

No. 184. Gymnastics.

45053.

Group of young men with Indian Clubs, dumbbells, and boxing gloves.

45073.

Strongman.

45090.

Gymnasts.

45091.

Gymnasts.

45115.

Three girls with dumbbells.

45116.

Four women with Indian Clubs and dumbbells.

45117.

Four women with Indian Clubs and dumbbells.

45118.

Four women with Indian Clubs, dumbbells and hoops.

45119.

Five girls with Indian Clubs and dumbbells.

45120.

Seven women with Indian Clubs.

45121.

Nine girls with Indian Clubs.

45122.

Eight young women with Indian Clubs.

45123.

Five young women with Indian Clubs and poles.

45129.

Four boys with Indian Clubs.

45137.

Ten kids, boys and girls, with dumbbells.

45160.

Team of men with Indian Clubs, barbells, swords, etc.

45161.

Three men with Indian Clubs.

45164.

Three young men with Indian Clubs.

45166.

Four young men with Indian Clubs.

45168.

Three young men with Indian Clubs, dumbbells, boxing gloves.

45192.

Ch. Gaines, Papa. Arnold Lewis. Three men with Indian Clubs.

45203.

Princeton-’73. Group with Indian Clubs and barbell.

45204.

Women’s gymnastics class, wall of Indian Clubs.

45205.

Big Rapid Ferris Institute. House Club of 1900. (Michigan). Large group, several women hold Indian Clubs, others with stringed instruments.

45206.

3 Trayers.  Three men with Indian Clubs.

45207.

Three men with Indian Clubs.

45208.

Recreational group of men with high-wheel bicycles, Indian Clubs, fishing rods, and baseball bat. Note the African-American man at center rear.

45212.

Vermont Academy, Saxtons River. Women’s gymnastics class with dumbbells.

45216.

6 o’clock Gymnastic Class, Dana Hall, 1889-90. Dana Hall School was founded in 1881 in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Most of the women are identified on verso. They are posed with Indian Clubs, dumbbells, hoops and poles.

45218.

Students at Illinois College of Photography, Effingham, Ill. Sometime between 1895-1910. They are posed with Indian Clubs, boxing gloves, and a medicine ball. The man at right is holding a cable attached to the camera’s shutter to take this picture. There is another camera at right rear.

45219.

Left Platoon, Light Battery “K”, 1st U.S. Artillery. Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, 1898. Written on verso “Geronimo was held here in 1886.” The man executing the split at front is William Smith, who is pictured in item 45220 & 45221. They are posed with Indian Clubs and boxing gloves.

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