Doxtator, Earl: Student Files

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Earl A. Doxtator Student File

Student file of Earl Doxtator, a member of the Cayuga Nation, who entered the school on December 10, 1902, graduated in 1913, and ultimately departed on September 10, 1913. The student did not attend the school continuously, but left and reentered. The file contains applications for enrollment, medical/physical records, student information cards, a former student response postcard, a progress/conduct card, a report after leaving, and letters/correspondence. The file indicates that Doxator was on break with the school band in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1908, was a hotel employee in Chicago, Illinois in 1913, and was living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1913.

Note: In this file the student is also identified as Earl Doxtader, Earl Doxader, and Earl Doxtater.

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Earl Doxtator Student Information Card

Student information card of Earl Doxtator, a member of the Cayuga Nation, who entered the school on December 10, 1902 and departed on May 15, 1913. The information card indicates that Doxtator had graduated in 1913 and was living in Chicago, Illinois in 1913. 

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Earl Doxtator Progress Cards

Progress cards of Earl Doxtator, a member of the Cayuga Nation, who entered the school on December 10, 1902.

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Stephen Glori (Esteban Glori) Student File

Student file of Stephen Glori, a student from the Philipines, who entered the school on March 20, 1903, and departed on September 30, 1910.  The file contains a student information card, physical records, a progress card, correspondence, a photograph, newspaper clippings, and a report after leaving indicating that, in 1915, Glori was living in New York City.  Before that time, he had worked as a printer.

Stephen Glori's name is an Anglican version of his Spanish name, Esteban Glori.  He also went by the name Stephen Redleaf, although it is unclear whether this change was official or just a nickname.

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration