Harry G. Brown requests information regarding the proposed hospital at the Carlisle Indian School in order to make a bid to erect the building.
Brown, Harry G.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent J. R. Wise forwards a voucher for the final payment to contractor Harry G. Brown to build the new hospital at the school.
Contractor and Builder Harry G. Brown requests the final payment from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for building the brick hospital at the Carlisle Indian School.
Acting Commissioner C. F. Larrabee informs Brown that he hasn't received payment yet because Brown finished the project late. Larrabee needs to ask the Superintendent how…
Superintendent William A. Mercer explains that there was a slight delay in completing the construction of the new hospital because they switched the foundation from brick to stone and lowered the ceilings from 12 to 10 feet in two wings of the building. He requests that no deductions in pay are made from the original contract with contractor…
Contractor and Builder Harry G. Brown writes to Acting Commissioner C. F. Larrabee about the construction of the new hospital. He specifically provides dates of construction and discusses the decision to switch the foundation from brick to stone.
Carlisle Indian School William A. Mercer writes to the Chief Clerk of the Department of the Interior Frank M. Conser to request that he sends contractor Harry G. Brown his final payment for building the new hospital
Contractor Harry G. Brown writes to the Commissioner of Affairs to demand payment for building the new hospital. Brown states that the payment is late by over 30 days and asks if the Commissioner needs any additional information to make the payment.