Lipps, Oscar H.
This material includes correspondence concerning an altercation between field agent D. H. Dickey and Victor Passano during a summer outing, and Passano's attempt to bring legal suit against Dickey. Passano had fought with Thomas Montoya, a Carlisle student on outing, and Dickey separated the two...
Reginald Oshkosh appeals to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to prevent the discharge for cause of his son, Roland Oshkosh, from Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence and government documents related to the application for enrollment of Arney Kah-o-sed in the Carlisle School.
These materials include correspondence concerning the application for tribal funds by student and upcoming graduate Cora Battice.
These materials include correspondence regarding an application in duplicate that was sent in error to the Indian Office.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the arrival of three students at Carlisle, Georgiana Bellecourt, Henry LaDuke, and Napoleon LaDuke, who did not have applications. Superintendent Lipps sought information on where to return the students.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to pay irregular student labor for harvesting grain planted at the Carlisle Indian School which exceeded the previous fiscal authorization.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the formation of a Boy Scout troop at Carlisle. This is considered the first Native American scouting troop.
This document contains correspondence about new policies encouraging vocational nursing training for female students in Indian schools. Included is an extensive pamplet from the professional nursing training program at Fort Dearborn Hospital, Circular letters ordering the transfer of all...
These materials include correspondence concerning the cancellation of a check to Harry Bonser.
This document contains correspondence concerning the cancellation of checks for former students who had deserted the school.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the release of Hannah Kennedy from the Sleighton Farm reformatory school for girls into the care of Mary T. Scheurman.
These materials include correspondence regarding the Alumni Association of the Carlisle Indian School including its new constitution, a new building in Carlisle, and other news.
This document contains a letter concerning receipts belonging to the Carlisle Football team.
These materials include correspondence regarding an inquiry by Oscar H. Lipps on behalf of Peter Jordan as to Jordan's eligibility to receive a scholarship funded through the tribal funds of the Chippewa Nation in Minnesota.
These materials include correspondence regarding the church attendance of Benjamin Black Elk while on outing. Upon receiving an answer to his inquiry, William H. Ketcham, the Director of Catholic Indian Missions, objected to the placing of pupils in homes where they were unable to attend Mass...
These materials include correspondence regarding a clerical error that arose from confusion between Mabel and Lena Brunette. Lena was on outing and feared that she would not receive money sent to her for her return home.
These materials include correspondence regarding a complaint made by Andrew Goforth to his guardian that Carlisle was feeding him insufficiently and that he wanted to leave. Goforth's complaint is linked to homesickness by Carlisle's officials.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a complaint against Richard Kesetta as a child. Further information is given about the circumstances of how Kesetta came to be a student at Carlisle.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a complaint made by J. Brown Kelly, a farmer with land next to the Carlisle School, against students who were vandalizing his property.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a complaint made by Maxime Favel regarding not be reimbursed for his expenses in coming to Carlisle and the use of his bank account to fund his return home.
These materials include correspondence regarding a complaint made by Percy Parroka that he was made to stay under the school rules while working on a farm in Bucks County, Pennsylvania following the expiration of his term of enrollment.
This document contains correspondence concerning a complaint made by bandmaster James Wheelock that students from the school band were improperly disciplined by being locked in the guard house. The complaint, which made headlines in national newspapers including The Outlook, was...
These materials include postcards sent to female students attending the Carlisle Indian School. These postcards were confiscated by school officials who believed that their subject matter was inappropriate for their recipients. The confiscation was done "in accordance with Section 156 of the...
These materials include correspondence addressed to Horace J. Johnson informing Johnson that William Newashe was playing baseball with the Carlisle Indian Base Ball team and could be reached through the teams booking manager in New York City.