These materials contain correspondence regarding the departure of Louis Twin from Carlisle and the funds owed for his transportation.
This document contains correspondence concerning Orvilla Azure's request to know the status of his allotment.
These materials include correspondence and a report regarding the suitability of turning the Carlisle Indian School into a military school. At the request of John H. Stephens, Chairman of the House Committee on Indian Affairs, the Secretaries of War and the Interior arranged to have Carlisle...
This document contains correspondence concerning the cancellation of checks for former students who had deserted the school.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the return home of Irwin Sherman from Carlisle, and payment of his transportation to Sioux City, Iowa.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the suggestion of Superintendent Lipps to start a reformatory school for the Indian Service. Lipps states that students should not be sent to Carlisle when they have access to similar education near their home or when they have an unsatisfactory...
Oscar H. Lipps responds to a request about Minnie Atkins' enrollment period. An affidavit answering that request is forwarded.
These materials include correspondence regarding the application of Elizabeth Fish to attend the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the circumstances surrounding the return home of Newton Robinson to the Omaha Reservation.
These materials include correspondence regarding the current addresses of Susie Wallace and Margaret Buffalo.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the return home of George Clifford and the expenses resulting from the transportation cost to send him home.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Luis C. Varela to enroll at the Carlisle Indian School. Varela was instructed that he could enroll as a non-Indian pupil upon payment of the appropriate tuition.
These materials include numerous suggestions from Oscar Hiram Lipps and Dennison Wheelock regarding changes that should be made to policy and staff at the Carlisle Indian School. Lipps' suggestions focus on disciplinary measures, the end of preferential treatment for athletes, and staff changes...
Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps requests funds to pay for the return of students who were set to graduate or whose terms were about to expire. Names, home address, and estimated transportation costs are listed.
This document contains correspondence concerning the student account of Peter Wakejoo. This account contains requests for payment of a lost check, as well as general money due to the student.
This document contains correspondence concerning the student funds of James Holyeagle. The student was requesting a pro rata share of his tribal trust funds.
These materials include correspondence regarding Carlisle's policy regarding the treatment and discharge of students who contract a venereal disease while enrolled at the school.
Relia, Roland, and Roy Oshkosh request to use their tribal funds to visit home during vacations. The responses and views of the Secretary of the Interior, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and the Superintendent of the Carlisle Indian School are included.
These materials include documents, correspondence, and legal documents related to a number of bequests and inheritances made to the Carlisle Indian School. The correspondence largely deals with questions of whether and how such bequests should be accepted, what they could be used for, and how...
Hattie Martin requests clarification about enrollment guidelines for government education and whether Martin qualifies to attend Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence from Cato Sells regarding a request from Nancy Lane that Relia, Roland, and Roy Oshkosh to use their pro rata shares of the tribal trust fund to visit their home during the school vacation.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the need for Superintendents of nonreservation schools to communicate when students attempt to re-enroll in a different school, using two former Carlisle students as examples.
These materials include correspondence to the father of William Ghost Dog, notifying him that William saved the two-year-old son of the school printer from drowning.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the desertion of Ben Bearchild from Carlisle, and funds to pay for a baseball uniform.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the release of Hannah Kennedy from the Sleighton Farm reformatory school for girls into the care of Mary T. Scheurman.