G. H. Wadleigh, Superintendent of the Navajo Boarding School, informs the Office of Indian Affairs that a small party of students would be interested in transferring to either Haskell or Carlisle. Wadleigh indicates Haskell would be better because of its location and lack of prejudice against it among the Navajo. He further states that it will be difficult to secure consent but he asks for authority in order to make it possible to transfer them without delay. Wadleigh ends by discussing the prospects of the school.
July 11, 1892
National Archives and Records Administration
RG 75, Entry 91, box 886, 1892-#25877