Haskell Institute baker John E. Olson applies to transfer to the Carlisle Indian School to be their baker and to secure a raise from his $540 annual salary. Carlisle Superintendent Moses Friedman tells Olson that he could pay him $600, but Olson declines the appointment because he wanted to make $720. Friedman transmits his correspondence with Olson to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs after the Haskell Institute Superintendent essentially accused Friedman of trying to steal his employees.
June 27 - July 21, 1908
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National Archives and Records Administration
RG 75, CCF Entry 121, #49628-1908-Carlisle-163