Acting Secretary of the Interior A. Bell encloses to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs agreements allowing Richard Henry Pratt to rent 10 acres of land from Annie and Laura Alexander and allowing Pratt to rent 8 acres of land from Benjamin Sanno. The land, which will be rented for a full calendar year, is intended for "agricultural industry…
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a the lease and contract for the Parker Farm. The lease and contract stipulate how the government will farm under the lease.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a request from Betsy White for the return of her grandson Ely S. Parker from the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt notes that he has made an inspection of the kitchen and dining room and interviewed students and found no complaints among the students. He also provides the weight of the students from the Seneca Nation…
Contract between William A. Mercer and S. L. Diven for the latter to provide medical services at the Carlisle Indian School during the remainder of the 1905 fiscal year.
Major William A. Mercer forwards a statement of receipts, cash, property, disbursements, issues, and expenditures, and a record of all contracts for the second quarter of 1907 amounting to $89,721.73
Major William A. Mercer forwards a statement of receipts, cash, property, disbursements, issues, and expenditures, and a record of all contracts for the third quarter of 1907 amounting to $32,065.50
Acting Chief Clerk John Francis, Jr. forwards correspondence from the Paxton Flour & Feed Company to Superintendent Moses Friedman and orders him to explain to that company why they did not receive the whole contract for flour.
A contractual agreement is made between Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School and Robert Thompson for Thompson to supply the school with coal.
This document contains correspondence concerning the student account of Peter Wakejoo. This account contains requests for payment of a lost check, as well as general money due to the student.
Superintendent John Francis Jr. informs Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells that his night watchman caught one of John Griffin's drivers stealing coal from the Carlisle Indian School under the direction of Griffin, who contracts with the school to haul coal from the side track to the school's power house. Both the driver and Griffin were…