Abbott, F. H.
These materials include correspondence regarding the applications of Nora and Jerome Slattery at the Carlisle Indian School. Their applications were accepted.
These materials include correspondence regarding Cecelia Harto's health, as well as complaints about food. Harto was released following a request by her grandfather, Antoine Denomie.
These materials include correspondence related to the enrollment of Edward Woods. Woods, orphaned as a child, spent a number of years drifting across the United States before ending up in Baltimore, where he was picked up as a vagrant and taken in by the Federated Charities of Baltimore. C.V....
These materials include correspondence concerning Emma Newashe's request to have unrestricted use of her trust funds on deposit to her credit.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Joseph K. Griffis to have his daughter enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by K. C. Steele, an American citizen, to enroll an acquaintance from the Six Nation Reserve in Brantford, Canada at the Carlisle Indian School to study dentistry. Steele's request is denied, as no Indian School in the United States...
These materials include a request by Robert Bruce to have the government pay his transportation back home. Bruce wished to leave Carlisle early to help his father plant the wheat crop at their home in Montana.
These materials include correspondence concerning a request to approve a check of Elizabeth La Vatta's.
These materials include a report on Fred Lookout and Julia Pryor, under the Osage Superintendency, who were both Carlisle Indian School alumni.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Montreville Yuda to F. H. Abbott, Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to leave the Carlisle Indian School while remaining in the borough of Carlisle to work. School officials were opposed to this course of action, citing past...
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request to return home Agnes Bartholomeau and Edith Rainey.
These materials include a request from William Reichert to enroll his son at the Carlisle Indian School. The request was forwarded to the Bureau of Indian Affairs by House Representative Scott Ferris of Oklahoma.
Personnel file of Oscar Hiram Lipps, who served as Superintendent of the Carlisle Indian School from July 1, 1915 to March 31, 1917. Lipps also was temporarily the Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School from February 1914 to June 1915, after Moses Friedman was suspended from duty....