Richard Henry Pratt forwards account of J. R. Wood, General Passenger Agent for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, for tickets furnished to escorts and pupils during the previous fiscal year.
Cover letter of Richard Henry Pratt detailing his transmission of plans and specifications for an addition to the girls buildings under contract with Andrew J. Wetzel.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that as the name of the Carlisle Indian School did not change that he no longer be referred to with the title of Superintendent Pratt Institute.
Elmore Chase recommends transferring two Apache students at his school to the Carlisle Indian School due to the fact that the Santa Fe School is going to draw entirely from female students from local Pueblo villages.
Richard Henry Pratt corrects the names of Jane Dawson and Annie Souder on the Office of Indian Affairs list approving nominations of employees at the Carlisle Indian School.
Helen R. Duncan inquires from the Carlisle Indian School if a number of Cherokee students under her care can enroll at the Carlisle Indian School. Duncan cites the desire of the students to enroll at an Industrial Training School in order to learn a trade.
George King writes to the Office of Indian Affairs to request the return of his oldest daughter Louise King from the Carlisle Indian School. King states that his wife is very sick and he needs his daughter to help care for her.
C. R. Dixon, the school physician, compiles the monthly sanitary report of July 1891.
B. F. Bennett requests a meeting with Thomas J. Morgan to discuss another position following his being replaced on the school farm at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding filling a teaching position in the Indian Service. Pratt notes that at the moment he is having difficulty filling a teaching position at Carlisle and so he cannot recommend a name for a position at Fort Totten. Pratt...
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding a request from Daniel Schanandore to return his son Wilson Schanandore. Pratt states that Wilson is not a student at Carlisle nor do they have any sons of Daniel Schanandore at the school. Pratt suggests Wilson is...
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to purchase needed supplies on the open market due to being out of various contract goods that are not being replaced quickly enough.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian School that since his previous letter that he has learned that Wilson Schanandore is at the Hampton Institute.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the request from Helen R. Duncan to enroll Cherokee students at Carlisle. Pratt writes that some avenue should be open to the Cherokee students to learn a practical trade rather than just academic studies.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority he asked for in his previous telegram of two days prior to purchase needed supplies on the open market due to being out of various contract goods that are not being replaced quickly enough.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding Lawrence Smith. Pratt provides Smith's history at the Carlisle Indian School and noting that he has asked to be reenrolled at the Carlisle Indian School or to be released to attend the Hampton Institute. As a result,...
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the authority granted for transporting children to and from Carlisle has mostly been used in returning children and their is now a need for additional funds. As a result, he requests $3,000 for additional transportation needs.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the request of Josiah Baird for the return of his wife Lily Huff. Pratt indicates that the claims in the letter of Rev. S. S. Burleson are unfounded as indicated by the statements of Huff herself as well as the actions...
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding a request by George King for the return of his daughter Louisa King due to the sickness of her mother. Pratt provides the history of King's time at Carlisle and Martinsburg as well as informing the Office that two of...
Richard Henry Pratt informs R. V. Belt that Miss Carter does not want to be transferred this year but will consider a transfer to a Western School at a higher salary the following year.
Richard Henry Pratt proposes amending his previous authority to abandon the Smead Willis system for the girls quarters due to its failures in the Public Schools of Cleveland as well as other difficulties raised by their employees and engineers. In addition, Pratt asks for 12 new closet fixtures...
Wrapper for response to return of Jemima Two Elks sent by Richard Henry Pratt.
Mrs. Crow requests the return of her grandson Carlo French from the Carlisle Indian School. Crow notes that French is not a healthy individual and went to Carlisle without her permission. She notes that she has already sent him medicine twice and that if he is not healthy then she would like him...
A. W. Ferrin forwards a request from Milton Abram to enroll his two sons to the Carlisle Indian School. Ferrin encloses a letter from Richard Henry Pratt informing Abram that he needs the permission of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs due to the fact that he is from New York.
C. R. Dixon, the school physician, compiles the monthly sanitary report for August 1891.