Letter of Richard Henry Pratt to Antoino Apache sending copy of New England Magazine and requesting his presence at Carlisle Commencement along with Dr. Carlos Montezuma.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to meet with Antoino Apache, Dr. Carlos Montezuma, and others in Chicago. Pratt notes that he is going on a recruiting trip and asks Apache and Montezuma to travel with him to the San Carlos and Pima Agencies.
Richard Henry Pratt invites Antonio Apache to the 1896 Lake Mohonk Conference to give a similar speech to the one he gave at the Carlisle Indian School commencement. Pratt notes that he would cover his travel expenses if he were able to come.
Richard Henry Pratt informs Antonio Apache that he should travel to the Carlisle Indian School to obtain instructions on a recruiting trip for the Fort Apache and San Carlos Agencies. Pratt notes that he will be in Leavenworth, Kansas taking his examinations for promotion to Major.
Alfred John Standing provides Antonio Apache authorization to recruit students for the Carlisle Indian School at the Fort Apache and San Carlos Agencies. Standing provides information on how to select students as well as how to provide the correct government forms.
Richard Henry Pratt requests W. A. Jones instruct the U.S. Indian Agents at the San Carlos; Fort Apache; and the Kiowa and Comanche Agencies to aid in the recruitment of students for the Carlisle Indian School.
Voucher for traveling expenses of Antoino Apache during his recruiting trip to the Fort Apache and San Carlos Agencies for the Carlisle Indian School.
Estelle Reel requests to meet with Antonio Apache when he visits Philadelphia. Reel notes that she is unlikely to secure the endorsements of members of the Indian Rights movement due to W. N. Hailmann's involvement in the movement.
Alfred John Standing provides information on Antonio Apache to the Office of Indian Affairs.
Passport and accompanying documents of Antonio Apache.