This program was distributed for the 1908 Commencement Exercises, which took place on Thursday, April 2nd. Inside features a portrait of Moses Friedman, the Superintendent, Francis E. Leupp, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Charles H. Dickson, the Supervisor-in Charge, as well as a portrait...
The document contains correspondence concerning a request made by Elizabeth Penny towards further educational opportunities. Discussed options included continued music education at Carlisle or college education at Wilson College in nearby Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Albert Payne to reenter the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence between Superintendent Moses Friedman and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs concerning the beginning of William H. Dietz's employment as assistant teacher of Native Indian art.
This document, known as an Authority to Act as Agent form, temporarily transferred authority from Supervisor in Charge Charles H. Dickson to Assistant Superintendent John R. Wise, for the period of February 14-16 inclusive.
These materials include a request for authorization for carpenters' work to make repairs and alterations at the Carlisle Indian School.
The program for the Musicale, held by the Carlisle Indian Band and Girls' Mandolin Club. A total of ten selections, plus the Star Spangled Banner, were performed under the direction of Claude M. Stauffer. Photographs of both musical groups are featured on the program.
These materials include correspondence regarding the Christmas festivities of 1908. The festivities included a lantern slide and moving picture film presentation of Hiawatha, various receptions, tree decorating, and entertainment.
Also included is a financial authority request...
These materials include correspondence and legal documents concerning former student Esther Moose, and any entitlements she may hold right to government annuities under the treaties of 1837 and 1851.
These materials include correspondence regarding mistakes on the attendance report. The report indicated certain students were over the age of enrollment and the Office of Indian Affairs sought clarification on their enrollment.
These materials include correspondence and government documents regarding a complaint by Robert Charboneau that his daughter, Frances Charboneau, was taken to the Carlisle Indian School without his consent. Frances was returned to her home in Fort Totten, North Dakota after an inquiry into her...
These materials include correspondence arranging multiple inspections of unserviceable property at the Carlisle Indian School for possible condemnation and removal.
These materials include correspondence and a report regarding construction, buildings, and grounds at the Carlisle Indian School, performed in 1905 by John Charles. Medical Supervisor Dr. Joseph A. Murphy requested the report in 1908, and returned it to the Bureau office in 1909.
These materials contain correspondence and financial documents related to the enrollment and financial account of Judson Bertrand.
This document contains correspondence concerning the deposits of students' credit in their bank accounts.
These materials include inquries on how to disperse the funds of Henry Rose remaining at the Merchants National Bank of Carlisle following his death. As Rose's heirs and family could not be located, the money was directed to be held until Rose's brother could be found.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a dispute about the release of students from New York State, as pursuant to Bureau of Indian Affairs policy changes regarding the enrollment of students from New York.
These materials contain a reference to a letter from Edward Eagle Elk about visiting his home.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the enrollment of Mark Mato.
These materials include financial documents and correspondence related to a 1908 financial audit of the accounts of the Carlisle Indian School. This audit included a breakdown of Carlisle's adminstrative accounts, as well as list of balances held for each pupil enrolled as of January 31, 1908....
These materials include correspondence regarding a contract for the Carlisle Indian School football team to play the University of Denver. Superintendent Moses Friedman, Carlisle's new director, did not approve of the pre-arranged game because of how long students would be kept out of class....
These materials include a request from Dr. Joseph Murphy, Medical Supervisor of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, to review a construction report of the Carlisle Indian School from 1905. The report was forwarded to Dr. Murphy.
This document contains correspondence concerning the funds of former student Dana Black.
This material includes correspondence regarding a request from a hospital manager at the German Hospital in Brooklyn, New York for a student at Carlisle for a job as a maid and waitress in his home. Also included is a letter regarding the satisfaction of the German Hospital at the progress of...
These materials include correspondence regarding a request for information on pupils from the "Five Civilized Tribes" (Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole Nations) enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School.