Richard Henry Pratt requests O. H. Bakeless and others be allowed to take the Civil Service Examination in order to take positions as teachers at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt notes that he would like more male teachers to make the gender ratio 50/50.
Drum, Philip L.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the appointment of Henry M. Hudelson as teacher is acceptable. He further requests that the appointments of Philip L. Drum and T. L. Deavor as teachers be enacted as well.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he is willing to accept the appointment of Henry M. Hudelson as a teacher, but that he is also fine with Philip Drum or T. L. Deavor.
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.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that T. L. Deavor and Henry M. Hudelson are unable to continue in their present roles due to health and he forwards the name of Philip Drum to replace Hudelson.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that the position of teacher previously held by Henry M. Hudelson be abolished and an assistant teacher position which does not fall under the Civil Service Commission be created.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Philip L. Drum's application for 30 days leave of absence. Drum works as a teacher.
Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists employees who have left the school (L. A. Bender, Annie B. Moon, T. S. Reighter, Fannie E. Russell, Clara Anthony, Richard Davis, Bessie R. Jamison, Joshua Walker, W. P. Campbell, Philip L. Drum, T. L. Deavor, and M. J. Campbell) and all employees working at the school in September 1894.