These materials include correspondence regarding unclaimed letters sent to the outing home of patron Virginia Allen, where former student Nellie Thompson remained following the closing of the Carlisle Indian School.
This material includes correspondence concerning the competency evaluation of Uneeda Burson. This includes letters, a photograph, and her memorandum.
These materials include two telegrams regarding an update on Supervisor Holcombe's investigation of the Wheelock Indian Band, which was accused of maladministration and disorganization in relation to its employment of former Carlisle Indian School students. Holcombe requested permission to have...
Richard Henry Pratt writes to Commissioner of Indian Affairs Ezra Hayt, requesting permission to spend $1000 on cold weather clothing for students. Pratt notes that supplies requested two months previous had not yet arrived, and that cold weather had set in at Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt writes two letters to officials at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, inquiring why needed funds for the construction of the chapel have not been provided. In the first letter, to Commissioner of Indian Affairs Ezra Hayt, Pratt notes that he has borrowed money to fill the...
These materials include correspondence regarding the use of liquor among students at Carlisle, and the punishment of Turner Dwight for intoxication.
Richard Henry Pratt writes to Commissioner of Indian Affairs Ezra Hayt asking whether official postage stamps can be used to send students' mail to their families and friends at home in the western Agencies.
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 include correspondence regarding a request to have Walter Saracino to spend in the winter holiday in Washington D. C. with Robert Bilsborough. The request was denied by Carlisle Superintendent Moses Friedman.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from the father of Cody Printup to have Printup visit home over the summer vacation. The request was denied due to a policy of Superintendent Moses Friedman to have students go on the outing program rather than return home to continue...
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by William Obern to have his two sons, Luke and Lawrence, sent home on vacation.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Louise Jones to have her daughter Minnie Jones visit home on vacation, pending funds for her transportation.
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...
These materials include a telegram from a group of Carlisle citizens requesting an audience with Commissioner of Indian Affairs Francis Leupp, regarding a request to postpone the appointment of a new superintendent for the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request by George Green to find work which pays more than the wages he was making on outing.
This document contains correspondence between Wesley Aaron and Assistant Commissioner E. B. Merritt concerning Aaron's desire to leave the Navy.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards to Commissioner of Indian Affiars Ezra Hayt a telegram sent by General Samuel Armstrong of the Hampton Institute. Armstrong telegrams Pratt asking whether he is needed for a westward recruitment trip, and Pratt forwards the telegram to the Commissioner for...
These materials contain correspondence regarding the whereabouts of Lincoln Levering after he departed from the school.
These materials include a correspondence regarding the whereabouts of Susie Wallan and Margaret Buffalo.