Richard Henry Pratt provides correspondence and documents related to a request to return Lizzie and Nancy Chubb to their home. Their father in particular objects to them being sent out to work on the outing program and notes that they are sick.
Thomas Ryan and Ethan Allen Hitchcock request further information from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and Richard Henry Pratt on the request of Peter Cole for the return of his daughter Nettie Cole.
Correspondence regarding the request for the return on Maggie Venne. Also included are materials related to the outing system at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a letter from the Office of Indian Affairs regarding a request by John Javine for the Office to help locate his son who had runaway. Pratt notes that since he written Javine he had since located his son.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to pay students for their work at the Carlisle Indian School over the summer vacation period rather than have them go on outing.
Edgar A. Allen responds to request to return Eunice Baird.
Edgar A. Allen forwards correspondence regarding the desertion of Jose Henry from his outing and subsequent work at a New Jersey farm. Allen requests Office assistance in returning Henry to Carlisle.
Edgar A. Allen requests authority to pay expenses incurred in the treatment of Thomas Mayo while on outing.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to Nellie Lillard's request to be released from the regulations of the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request to return Charles King to his home.
Request by William A. Mercer to spend money on the treatment of students who fall sick while on outing as well as for sending students to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for eye treatment.
Correspondence between Senator Porter J. McCumber and others regarding the return of Maggie Venne to her home. The final letter indicates that Venne is return from outing in order to be sent home.
Correspondence regarding the complaint of Joseph C. Hart, Superintendent of the Oneida Indian School, regarding the recruitment of students for the Carlisle Indian School without his consent.
Edgar A. Allen informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Maggie Venne has been brought back from her outing home and will leave shortly to return to her home. Allen further returns correspondence from Senator Porter J. McCumber regarding his request to have Venne returned.
William A. Mercer replies to an inquiry sent to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding a request of Walter P. Beers for a group of students to work at his hotel during the summer of 1905.
William A. Mercer forwards voucher for payment covering the treatment of Katherine Ransom (here Katie Ransom) while on outing.
William A. Mercer forwards voucher for the treatment of seven students on the outing program.
Correspondence regarding the request of Murphy Tarby to whether he is eligible to receive an allotment as a member of the Yuma Nation.
William A. Mercer requests authority to pay telephone rent, for medical treatment of students on outing, and for transportation and board of students being treated in Philadelphia.
William A. Mercer provides an estimate for the 1907 fiscal year in addition to providing an overview of the physical plant and the need for various buildings.
J. R. Wise informs the Office of Indian Affairs of the death of Nora Printup as a result of drowning while on outing in the Ocean City, New Jersey.
William A. Mercer responds to a letter from Alex Solomon requesting an honorable discharge for his son Michael Solomon from the Carlisle Indian School.
William A. Mercer forwards bill for the funeral expenses and return of Nora Printup to her home.
William A. Mercer replies to the request of Wilford Kennedy to have his money sent to him from his account at the Carlisle Indian School.
William A. Mercer requests authority to purchase mileage books for outing agents in order to save money after the discontinuance of the half-rate fare.
A note on the file states that no public money can be used to pay for future services.