Richard Henry Pratt sends the Commissioner of Indian Affairs a report on leave of absences taken by numerous employees during the fiscal year 1892-1893: A. J. Standing, C. R. Dixon, C. H. Hepburn, W. G. McConkey, A. S. Ely, W. P. Campbell, M. Burgess, E. L. Fisher, E. A. Cutter, M. E. B. Phillips, F. G. Paull, A. C. Hamilton, and D. F. Botsford…
Catherine Caryl requests a transfer to another school as a teacher and includes a recommendation from former Carlisle Indian School principal Elspeth Fisher.
C. Caryl requests to know why she is not being re-nominated as a teacher by Richard Henry Pratt for the following school year. Caryl recounts her recent interactions with Pratt and if transferred requests to be transferred to Washington D.C. as a clerk in the Indian Service.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that only 11 teachers and assistants were on the payroll for July 1893 and three of them did not receive pay. As a result, three others on order of the Office does not exceed the authority.