Campbell, William F.
Studio portrait of seven male and seven female students, the first graduating class in 1889.
The are, back row, left to right: Frank Dorian, Joel Tyndall, William F. Campbell, Edwin Schanandore, Thomas Wistar, Joseph B. Harris; middle row (seated), left to right: Kish Hawkins, Eva Johnson...
Student file of William Francis Campbell, a member of the Chippewa Nation, who entered the school on October 10, 1888, graduated with the class of 1889, and departed on June 1, 1889. The file contains a student information card and a returned student survey.
Student information card of William Francis (here William F.) Campbell, a member of the Chippewa Nation, who entered the school on October 10, 1888 and departed on June 1, 1889. The card indicates that he graduated in 1889.
A series of nineteen letters written to Captain Richard H. Pratt in response to a questionnaire sent to former students. The accompanying questionnaire forms are not included.
Transcripts follow each handwritten letter.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from William F. Campbell regarding his law studies and attempts to earn a living as a painter.
Richard Henry Pratt requests the assistance of the Office of Indian Affairs in paying the Law School tuition of William F. Campbell. Pratt forwards two letters from Campbell.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from William F. Campbell regarding the government providing an allowance for him to attend Law School. Campbell notes that he has not heard from the Department and assumes that the allowance was not approved. In addition, Campbell recounts a ghost dance on...
Richard Henry Pratt notifies the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that he has received a letter from William F. Campbell regarding the assistance promised him by Office of Indian Affairs to allow him to attend the Law School at the University of Minnesota. Pratt notes that a contract was drawn up...
Richard Henry Pratt provides information and recommendation regarding William F. Campbell being hired to look after the legal affairs of the Chippewa Nation.