Alfred John Standing informs the Office of Indian Affairs of the death of the Carlisle Indian School Chief Clerk Charles H. Hepburn.
Richard Henry Pratt calls to the attention of the Office of Indian Affairs errors in the confirmation of appointments of school employees.
Richard Henry Pratt requests a reply to his letter requesting a new teacher for the Number 11 room. He further states that there should be no delay in filling the position and that he would prefer a male teacher.
Richard Henry Pratt requests an answer to his letter nominating Dennison Wheelock to a position at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to know if his nomination of Laura A. Johnston has been approved.
Richard Henry Pratt notifies the Office of Indian Affairs that there must no longer be a delay in appointing a teacher for the Number 11 room. Pratt notes that appointing a temporary teacher would be detrimental.
Richard Henry Pratt declines the appointment of two candidates for a vacant teaching position at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt further requests that the next steps in the process be taken.
Richard Henry Pratt comments on the examination papers of Loren E. Wolfe and requests that a qualified candidate be provided.
Copy of telegram from Richard Henry Pratt to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding a request by Pratt to expediate the process of filling the teaching vacancy in Room Number 11.
Richard Henry Pratt asks if the process of filling the vacant teaching position in Room Number 11 cannot be expedited.
Alfred John Standing returns the examination papers of two individuals and notes that no selection has been made. Standing states that the position has been temporarily filled.
Alfred John Standing returns the application papers of John Laley, Fireman, to the Office of Indian Affairs.
Adela Rankin writes to Theodore Roosevelt in regards to claims of abuse of students at the Carlisle Indian Schools. As a result of her attempting to bring these claims into the light she was fired from her position teaching elocution and oratory.
Richard Henry Pratt requests clarification from the Office of Indian Affairs regarding annual leave of teachers during the Christmas recess.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to letter from Fanny W. Noble asking why she was asked to resign as a cook at the Carlisle Indian School after eight years of service.
Cornelia A. Merritt inquires from Thomas J. Morgan why teachers at the Carlisle Indian School are not permitted a holiday break from teaching.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he is not willing to acquire written resignations of employees who quit on short notice.
A note on the front indicates the original was returned to the Carlisle Indian School due to the intentionally discourteous nature of the...
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding placing Alfred John Standing in charge of the building in Chicago. Pratt approves of the placement but notes that he does not agree with his salary being taken out of his funding during this period. He further asks for...
Richard Henry Pratt provides a testimonial for Elspeth L. Fisher, Principal Teacher, for future employment in the Indian Service.
Captain Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists irregular employees and includes details on their compensation, position titles, race, and the number of days worked at the school in January 1893. Pratt distinguishes between the "White Labor," whose names appear on the first page, and the "...
Minnie M. Birch informs the Office of Indian Affairs that she is accepting the position of dining room matron pursuant to various conditions.
Catherine Caryl requests a transfer to another school as a teacher and includes a recommendation from former Carlisle Indian School principal Elspeth Fisher.
Minnie M. Birch informs the Office of Indian Affairs that she wants to change her previous response. Birch states that she wants to accept the dining room matron position at the Carlisle Indian School.
Edward Miller requests the appointment of his daughter Clara Miller as a teacher or principal at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt requests O. H. Bakeless and others be allowed to take the Civil Service Examination in order to take positions at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt notes that he would like the gender ratio of the teachers at Carlisle be 50/50.