Richard Henry Pratt forwards clerk Lavinia A. Bender's application for a 5-month leave of absence because of health and home reasons.
Estimate of funds for the fourth quarter of 1894 amounting to $17,345.99 for support of the school.
Richard Henry Pratt replies to the request of the Office of Indian Affairs regarding the request of L. W. Cooke for the return of James Grant.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a list of students who would be capable of filling various positions at the Fort Peck or Crow Agencies. Pratt further states that taking pupils from Carlisle to fill positions limits the ability of the school to graduate students.
Richard Henry Pratt further expounds on his belief that filling Indian Service positions with students in the midst of their education is harmful in regard to the position at the Lemhi District. Pratt discusses various students at the Carlisle Indian School.
Henry W. Sprole requests the return of Martha Washington from the Carlisle Indian School in order to employ her at the Poplar Creek School.
Richard Henry Pratt requests from Daniel M. Browning the authority to spend additional money in returning and recruiting students. He includes a suggested order to meet his requirements.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Miss Metoxen will shortly leave for Lemhi.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter concerning Fannie Bird. Pratt states that Bird requested to go to the country over the summer and remain at Carlisle rather than return home.
Richard Henry Pratt requests $2,000 additional funding to return students to their homes as well as bringing students to Carlisle.
John W. Rubb, Acting U.S. Indian Agent for the Colville Agency, requests permission to enroll students at the Carlisle Indian School.
James Mooney forwards a letter of Mary E. Smith requesting his assistance in returning her son Sibbald Smith from the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to requests to return Helen Patterson and Ophelia King to their homes. Pratt includes comments from King's sister Louisa as well as the Patterson's mother in arguing for keeping the students at Carlisle.
Sibbald Smith requests to be sent home from the Carlisle Indian School in order to help his mother.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards senior teacher Emma A. Cutter's application for a 15-day leave of absence. She needs rest after "unusually heavy work."
Richard Henry Pratt forwards E. Corbett's request for 30 days leave of absence. Corbett is a seamstress.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Laura A. Dandridge's request for 30 days leave of absence. Dandridge is a seamstress.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Lizzie Jacobs's request for 30 days leave of absence. Jacobs is a seamstress.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Mary E. Lininger's request for 30 days leave of absence. Lininger is a seamstress.
George King requests the return of his daughter Ophelia King from the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Susan Zeamer's request for 30 days leave of absence. Zeamer is a seamstress.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards teacher Katherine Jane Wiest's application for a 30-day leave of absence due to illness. She will be going to the Woman's Hospital in Philadelphia.
John Brown personally requests from Frank C. Armstrong, the Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs, the return of his son James Brown from the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt sends a telegram to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs requesting an answer to Miss Woester's application for leave of absence.
Correspondence regarding the enrollment of Fenton Geronimo at the Carlisle Indian School.