Eliminating Housekeeper Positions at "First" Farm

April 6-8, 1908

Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to abolish two housekeeper positions, held by Annie R. Cranford and Elizabeth Egolf, at $180 per year. Friedman explained that the two housekeepers work at the "first farm" (the Parker Farm) at the school, but the farm is so close to the school that it would be best for the students there to walk back to the school to eat and sleep, making housekeepers unnecessary at the farm. 

Assistant Secretary of the Interior accepts Friedman's request.


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National Archives and Records Administration
RG 75, CCF Entry 121, #23759-1908-Carlisle-163
Eliminating Housekeeper Positions at "First" Farm