Charles G. Penney, Acting U.S. Indian Agent for the Pine Ridge Agency, forwards a letter from Oscar Warden to his father Martin Pretty Back requesting he arrange for his return home.
Estimate of funds for the second quarter of 1894 amounting to $18,629.41 for support of the school, of which $10,205.00 is for regular employee pay.
Richard Henry Pratt advises the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that teacher H. M. Hudelson is entitled to 19 days leave of absence.
Carlos Montezuma, the school physician, compiles the monthly sanitary report for October 1893.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has gone ahead and installed electric lights using the Charity Fund and believing that there would be no objection if the annual cost was less than the previous system. Pratt indicates that there was a small increase in price which...
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that T. L. Deavor and Henry M. Hudelson are unable to continue in their present roles due to health and he forwards the name of Philip Drum to replace Hudelson.
Mary A. Smith requests permission from the Office of Indian Affairs to have two New York students enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt sends a letter to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs advising him that he received his letter granting teacher Henry M. Hudelson 9 days leave of absence, which Hudelson took from November 11th to November 19th.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards teacher Fanny G. Paull's application for a 30-day leave of absence due to sickness. Pratt also sends school physician Carlos Montezuma's recommendation for Paull to take a leave of absence for her "incipient nervous prostration."
Richard Henry Pratt reports the death of Annie R. Jordan, head of the Laundry Department, to the Office of Indian Affairs.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that the position of teacher previously held by Henry M. Hudelson be abolished and an assistant teacher position which does not fall under the Civil Service Commission be created.
Richard Henry Pratt sends a telegram to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs requesting to have Fanny G. Paull's leave of absence begin on December 15th.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to take a party of students from Cherokee, North Carolina to the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt notes that the local boarding school is overcrowded and their is great interest among students and parents to be educated at Carlisle.
Pratt further discusses that...
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs circular letter regarding students for a Normal Training School in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Pratt notes that Carlisle has had some limited success in producing students for Normal Schools and further advocates for placing students among...
Cover letter in which Richard Henry Pratt forwards accounts of Annie R. Jordan who is recently deceased. Pratt requests to pay the amount due Jordan directly to her husband.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a copy of his letter sent to M. D. Shelby, Acting Superintendent of the Genoa Indian School, in which he provides justification for providing transportation to Henry Horse Looking to Carlisle.
Captain Richard Henry Pratt sends a letter to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs requesting a supply of blank annual medical estimate forms.
M. D. Shelby, Acting Superintendent of the Genoa School, requests an answer from Richard Henry Pratt as to why he is furnishing transportation to students of the Genoa School without communicating with the Superintendent.
Clara C. McAdam requests a transfer to another Indian School as a teacher due to her health. Richard Henry Pratt forwards the request along with his request that it be looked upon favorably.
Della F. Botsford requests a transfer to a different Indian School as a teacher due to her health.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding $300 to the credit of Susie Farwell. Pratt notes that Farwell can place her money at the school and that he recommends her request be granted.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards and seconds the statement of O. H. Bakeless regarding the performance of T. Marcellus Marshall as his probationary period comes to a close.
Richard Henry Pratt notes that he is enclosing a letter of Daniel McDougan with endorsement and also a certificate to the identity of Joseph Black Bear.
Estimate of funds for the third quarter of 1894 amounting to $18,952.79 for support of the school.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding Elias Stanton. Pratt returns Stanton's letter along with an endorsement of his identity.