These materials include correspondence regarding the view of Oscar H. Lipps that Carlisle and other non-reservation schools should focus on educating only those who do not have access to education near their homes and that truly desired further instruction. Lipps cites that he has worked to remove many pupils he felt were not deserving from Carlisle. Lipps also uses the example of Cherokee Indians from Robeson County, North Carolina as a community which should rely on local schools instead of sending children to Carlisle.
View of Oscar H. Lipps on Pupils Attending Non-Goverment School
February 12 - 26, 1916
National Archives and Records Administration
RG 75, CCF Entry 121, #16293-1916-Carlisle-820