These materials include correspondence regarding the academic record of Charles Ape-Kaum following his discharge of the Navy and prior to taking up his studies again at the Central State Normal School in Edmond, Oklahoma.
These materials include a telegram from Alice A. Van Deman, accepting her appointment as assistant matron at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include a letter from Henderson Long accepting his appointment as fireman at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include a telegram from William Stimpel that he accepts his appointment as Disciplinarian at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding Dora S. Lecrone's acceptance of her appointment as teacher at the Carlisle Indian School.
This document contains a letter inquiring about the account balance of Samuel Tingley.
Letter from Richard Henry Pratt to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, transferring his account of travel expenses from Florida. Immediately before this time, Pratt was stationed at Fort Marion in St. Augustine, Florida as a jailer for Indian prisoners-of-war.
This material includes newspaper articles alleging that the Carlisle Football Team had been using professional players during the season, and correspondence from members of the Bureau of Indian Affairs answering the charges.
Richard Henry Pratt acknowledges receipt of numerous boxes of clothing and other supplies, including and organ for the chapel.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that the approved expenditure for coal for the first quarter of 1880 did not meet the school's needs. Pratt requests funds to purchase additional coal for the first quarter, and refers to a previous letter on the subject.
The document contains correspondence concerning a request made by Elizabeth Penny towards further educational opportunities. Discussed options included continued music education at Carlisle or college education at Wilson College in nearby Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
This material includes correspondence concerning the competency evaluation of Agnes Hatch. This includes letters and a photograph.
This material includes a letter to Superintendent Moses Friedman from C. F. Hauke concerning Albert Lorentz's bill for boarding.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Albert Payne to reenter the Carlisle Indian School.
This material includes correspondence between Alex Washington and Commisioner Cato Sells concerning Washington's desire to transfer his employment to the ship-building plant at Hog Island, Pennsylvania.
Richard Henry Pratt suggests to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that Alfred J. Standing's experience and reputation at the Kiowa and Comanche Agency will help him select suitable students there. Pratt also suggests that this recruitment should be done according to his recent suggests...
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request by James Bearchilde to have his allotment sold in Montana and a farm near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania purchased with the proceeds.
This material includes correspondence concerning an altercation between field agent D. H. Dickey and Victor Passano during a summer outing, and Passano's attempt to bring legal suit against Dickey. Passano had fought with Thomas Montoya, a Carlisle student on outing, and Dickey separated the two...
This material includes correspondence between Superintendent John Francis Jr. and Assistant Commissioner E. B. Merritt concerning the return of Andrew Cuellar to Carlisle after attempted enlistment in the Army.
This document contains correspondence regarding an anonymous letter that was sent complaining of the conditions at the guardhouse, the hospital, and the school farm. The complaint discusses the treatment of Wesley Two Moons, who later dies at the school.
These materials include an anonymous letter, most likely written by a group of students, complaining about a recently hired farmer at the Carlisle Indian School and requesting an investigation. The letter specifically complains against his sanitation practices and tobacco usage.
Reginald Oshkosh appeals to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prevent the discharge for cause of his son, Roland Oshkosh, from Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence regarding the allotments of Zella and Marcellus Eagle Eye, as well as the enrollment of Marcellus at the Carlisle Indian School. Marcellus was denied due to his access to local public schools being available near his home.
These materials include correspondence and government documents related to the application for enrollment of Arney Kah-o-sed in the Carlisle School.
These materials include correspondence regarding an attempt to have the Red Man magazine classified as second-class mail. The eligibility of the publication for second-class designation was questioned, but an application was forwarded to the Bureau of Indian Affairs.