Allen, Edgar A.
Edgar A. Allen responds to letter from Princess Chinquilla regarding her son Harry K. Cole who ran away from the Carlisle Indian School.
Edgar A. Allen responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding placing Marion Lambert in a position in the Indian Service. Allen notes that Lambert should remain at the Bellevue Hospital to continue training as a nurse and instead recommends Ida Wheelock.
Edgar A. Allen responds to a request by James Down and M. J. Bentley to return to his home.
Edgar A. Allen responds to the circular letter of the Office of Indian Affairs by providing the blood quantum of students from reservations and those not from the reservation.
Acting Superintendent Edgar A. Allen submits a report that lists new employees (James Miller and James E. Johnson) and those who have left the school (Samuel Miller, William Mt. Pleasant, Isabel Schweier, and Lulu C. Lewis). The reports include position title, salary, date of departure, and...
Edgar A. Allen responds to a request to return Juan Pedro.
Edgar A. Allen, responds to an Office of Indian Affairs regarding temporary positions at the Carlisle Indian School during Richard Henry Pratt's absence.
Edgar A. Allen forwards letter from Malcolm W. Odell, Superintendent of the Sac and Fox School, requesting Carlisle enroll a student from the school who is over the age of 20.
Edgar A. Allen provides information on the filling of the Girls' Manager position at the Carlisle Indian School and lack of a similar position in the Civil Service Commission due to the outing system.
Edgar A. Allen responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the temporary appointment of the Treasurer Students' Funds.
Edgar A. Allen refers to the temporary approval of the nomination of Edith McHarg Steele, the School Librarian at the Carlisle Indian School. Allen notes that Steele has special training related to the work being done at the school library.
Edgar A. Allen provides details on the qualifications necessary to fill the Outing Agent position. Allen notes that the Outing Agent is in charge of the boys in country homes.
Edgar A. Allen requests that the positions of Assistant Seamstress and Assistant Laundress be discontinued and that two Laborer positions be created. Allen notes that these positions can be filled locally rather than through the Civil Service.
Edgar A. Allen requests that the position of Matron be established in lieu of the Girls Manager position and that no permanent appointment be made until the return of Richard Henry Pratt. Allen requests the temporary appointment of Laura Jackson be retained.
Edgar A. Allen provides the qualifications needed for filling the position of Teacher of Domestic Science at the Carlisle Indian School.
Edgar A. Allen requests information on how Elmer G. Sprow can obtain an examination to retain his position as a tinner since the Carlisle Indian School is the only school that carries a tinner.
Edgar A. Allen responds to an Office of Indian Affairs circular by answering various questions. In particular he focuses on the industrial training of the school, the outing system, and provides details on the transportation costs incurred in bringing students to Carlisle.
Acting Superintendent Edgar A. Allen forwards Disciplinarian W. Grant Thompson's application for a 30-day annual leave of absence.
Acting Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Edgar Allen returns bills of lading for a shipment of ten buckboards to the Chicago Indian Warehouse. Allen adds the final destination and the date that the shipment was ordered and notes that all bills of lading will have this information from now on...
Richard Henry Pratt replies to an Office of Indian Affairs regarding reinstating Frances R. Scales to the Indian Service for her to fill a vacant position at the Carlisle Indian School.
Lt. Colonel Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists employees who have left the school (Josephine R. Walter, William Burgess, H. M. Robertson, O. J. Harris, S. W. Thompson, Rosa B. Brown, Mattie A. Harm, Dora M. Peters, and Lizzie C. Jacobs), those who have changed positions (E. G. Sprow,...
Richard Henry Pratt forwards correspondence related to a request to return Roger Jamison to his home.
Richard Henry Pratt proposes abolishing the position of principal teacher following the resignation of O. H. Bakeless and requests the creation of Assistant Superintendent and Principal Teacher positions.
Edgar A. Allen informs the Office of Indian Affairs of the average attendance for the quarter ending September 30, 1902 was 874.3 and the remaining number of students at Carlisle was 882.
Lt. Colonel Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists employees who have left the school (Laura Jackson) and those who have changed positions (Edgar A. Allen and Carrie E. Weekley). The report includes personal information about those changing positions as well as reasons for departure for...