Jessie W. Cook requests from Estelle Reel a promotion to principal teacher at Chemawa or another Western School. Cook writes that she wants to introduce the outing system at the Riverside School if that position becomes available.
Riverside Indian School
Richard Henry Pratt forwards the request of Daisy C. Laird for a position as a grade school teacher at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt recommends her transfer from Fort Lewis due to other staff transfers.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a quote on a three-seat covered wagon, neck, yoke and pole, and all equipment for the Riverside Boarding School. Pratt also includes a photograph for a Concord spring wagon.
Richard Henry Pratt recommends Jessie W. Cook for the position of principal teacher at the Riverside School at the request of Superintendent Hall.
Richard Henry Pratt requests an increase in salary for matron Carrie E. Weekley in order to retain her at the Carlisle Indian School and prevent her transfer to Puerto Rico.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that Jessie W. Cook be transferred to the Carlisle Indian School as the girls outing agent from the Riverside School.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that Charles Lamar be appointed to the position of band leader following the resignation of James Riley Wheelock. Pratt notes that if the Civil Service Commission declines to appoint Lamar that the position be abolished and that of laborer be created in its place.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the Office of Indian Affairs that Enola G. Acord was misinformed about the vacancy of outing matron at the Carlisle Indian School.
William A. Mercer responds to a complaint of Harwood Hall, Superintendent of the Riverside School, regarding correspondence between Charles Lamar, Bandleader at Carlisle, and Riverside student John Morongo, which Hall interpreted as an attempt to lure Morongo to transfer to Carlisle. Mercer and Lamar deny the accusation.
William A. Mercer responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the transfer of Jessie W. Cook to the Riverside School as a teacher.
J. R. Wise responds to an Office of Indian Affairs inquiry regarding the shipment of a wagonette shipped from Carlisle to the superintendent of the Albuquerque School. Wise goes through how the wagonette was shipped and ways to reduce the cost of shipment for an upcoming wagonette shipment to the Riverside School.