Richard Henry Pratt replies to an Office of Indian Affairs letter accepting release for students and teachers from exhibit in Indian School at Chicago and also accepts allowance.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request of Charles Red Hawk Smith to be returned home. Pratt provides reports from the School's physician and disciplinarian as well as two outing reports from Smith's patron. As a result Pratt recommends that Smith be allowed to be returned home.
Mary M. Kennedy requests the return of her granddaughter, Flora Patterson, from the Carlisle Indian School due to her health.
C. R. Dixon, the school physician, compiles the monthly sanitary report for April 1893.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a petition from the Comanche Nation to keep their U.S. Indian Agent George Day.
Also a brief note that a few members of the Agency stopped in Chicago and saw the Carlisle exhibit.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that David U. Betts departed for Pyramid Lake due to not hearing earlier from the Office of Indian Affairs.
A. W. Ferrin provides an update on the feelings of the New York Indians regarding their children at the Carlisle Indian School. Ferrin states that he has had some discussions with various members of the Senca Nation and that only a few are dissatisfied with having their children at Carlisle....
M. F. Nippe, Missionary, writes to Daniel M. Browning asking him to ignore the petition of the Cattaraugus Reservation. Nippe notes that the claims are the result of misstatements and falsehoods.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Lydia L. Hunt and recommends her for a position as a matron.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to Mary M. Kennedy's request to return her granddaughter Flora Patterson. Pratt notes that Patterson died at the Racine Home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as he had informed Kennedy she would after having contracted quick consumption.
Charles Smith requests to be returned to his home.
Cornelia A. Merritt accepts transfer to the Navajo Boarding School at Fort Defiance, Arizona.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Mollie V. Gaither's application for an 18-day leave of absence. Gaither works as a teacher.
Richard Henry Pratt replies to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the sick leave granted to Miss Phillips. Pratt outlines changes he wishes to make to reduce the expenses of employing irregular employees.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a letter from Lieutenant McAnaney in reference to vacancies at the Fort Belknap school. Pratt states that he did not mean to give a strong endorsement for a cook position for Lucy Enter Lodge and instead recommends Rosalie Ereaux. In addition, he discusses the...
Richard Henry Pratt replies to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding to superintendent vacancies among Indian Schools. Pratt notes that of his employees the Carlisle Indian School disciplinarian William P. Campbell would be disposed to accept a position as well as the school physician C....
David Patterson requests that Daniel M. Browning act on the petition forwarded to him by A. W. Ferrin requesting the return of children from New York at the Carlisle Indian School.
Lydia L. Hunt informs Frank C. Armstrong that she is declining her appointment as a teacher in the Wadsworth Day School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards dairyman Richard Davis' application for a 45-day leave of absence to visit his tribe at Darlington, Oklahoma Territory.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards teacher Cornelia A. Merritt's application for a 22-day leave of absence to prepare for her transfer to the west.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that Katherine J. Wiest be assigned to the Carlisle Indian School as a teacher in addition to Mr. Deavor and Mr. Drum. Pratt notes that Wiest was employed as a teacher at Carlisle after failing to obtain a teacher from the Civil Service Commission and that she has...
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Rosa Bourassa's application for an 18-day leave of absence. Bourassa works as an assistant matron.
John Uyya requests to return home early due to a request by his mother to help her oversee their cattle and livestock.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards dressmaker Helen A. Lord's application for a 19-day leave of absence. Lord will not return to work after the fiscal year and wants to take a leave of absence before then.
Richard Henry Pratt letter documenting return of the papers of Henry Hudelson, Thomas E. James and W. Grant Thompson.