William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Effie G. Moul accepts the transfer to the position of teacher at Rapid City, South Dakota.
Rapid City Indian School
William A. Mercer requests the dining room matron position vacated by the transfer of Effie G. Moul be filled through the Civil Service register.
Rapid City School Superintendent J. F. House proposes to Carlisle Indian School Superintendent William A. Mercer that they exchange farmers, with C. W. Cranford going to Carlisle and Norman H. Justus going to Rapid City. None of Mercer, the farmers, nor officials from the Office of Indian Affairs have an objection to the exchange, and it is…
These materials contain correspondence regarding the return home of George Clifford and the expenses resulting from the transportation cost to send him home.
Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells informs Wilson L. Gill, of the American Patriotic League, that he will appoint him Supervisor of Indian Schools at the Rapid City Indian School to test Gill's new plan for "civic and moral training."
Gill expresses his frustration with Sells because Sells has declined to let Gill demonstrate his…