Canfield, Bertha D.
Richard Henry Pratt writes W. A. Jones that he hopes Bertha Canfield has been ordered to report to the Carlisle Indian School along with an increased salary. And that he desires the return of the descriptive book of the Crowell apparatus.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Carrie Hulme has resigned from her position as seamstress at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt requests that Bertha Canfield be transferred from the Phoenix Indian School to take charge of the sewing room.
William A. Mercer requests the transfer of Bertha D. Canfield as seamstress and the promotion of Beckie L. Goodyear and Elizabeth Searight.
These materials include legal documents and correspondence regarding charges filed against Superintendent Moses Friedman after an inspection and investigation of the Carlisle Indian School. Included in the documents are the official charges against Friedman, his answers to those charges,...
These materials include correspondence regarding requests from numerous employees for salary increases and on-campus housing provisions. During the 1914 Congressional Investigation, investigator Edward Linnen noted the need for salary increases for many employees, and for more on-campus housing...