These materials include correspondence regarding a request to return Eugene Geffe to his home in Wrangle, Alaska following his graduation from the Carlisle Indian School.
Superintendent Moses Friedman forwards an estimate of funds for the fourth quarter of 1908 amounting to $30,625.07 for regular employee pay, irregular employee pay, supplies, transportation of supplies, and more.
He later forwards a supplementary estimate of funds for the fourth quarter of 1908 amounting to $13,657.92 for other supplies…
This material includes correspondence regarding a request from a hospital manager at the German Hospital in Brooklyn, New York for a student at Carlisle for a job as a maid and waitress in his home. Also included is a letter regarding the satisfaction of the German Hospital at the progress of Carlisle students as nurses in training.
The document contains correspondence concerning a request made by Elizabeth Penny towards further educational opportunities. Discussed options included continued music education at Carlisle or college education at Wilson College in nearby Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that it has taken longer for the Attendance Report to reach him because he initially had to send it to former Supervisor in Charge Charles H. Dickson, who's now in Chilocco, for a signature.
These materials include correspondence arranging multiple inspections of unserviceable property at the Carlisle Indian School for possible condemnation and removal.
These materials include correspondence regarding the return home of Richmond Martin to New York. The documents also discuss in detail new Bureau of Indian Affairs policies related to the discontinued enrollment of pupils from New York State as well as pupils of a young age.
These materials include correspondence concerning former pupil Lottie R. Styles and her request to have her transportation money put on hold to use at a later time.
These materials include correspondence between Superintendent Moses Friedman, Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee. Friedman requests to fill the position of Mechanical Drawing Teacher, but Larrabee rules that they need to keep the position open for the time being.
These materials include correspondence regarding the return of Alaskan students to their home and a request by the Superintendent to pay their fares.
Superintendent Moses Friedman states that he doesn't have an assistant matron to fill the vacancy after Lola E. Pierson declined the appointment but recommends that the woman be able to use a typewriter. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs acknowledges Friedman's letter and request to review names of candidates from the Haskell Institute.
Disciplinarian William Stimpel requests that Superintendent Moses Friedman raise his annual salary from $800 to $1,000 as well as remove Assistant Disciplinarian Wallace Denny from duty. Otherwise, Stimpel states that he will resign.
Friedman forwards Stimpel's resignation to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and temporarily appoints…
These materials include correspondence concerning former student DeForrest Billy, and his request to have money owed to him and forfeited to the school's Emergency Fund returned to him.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to spend $500 from the "Indian School Carlisle, Pa., 1909" account for medical treatment of students on outing, transport of pupils to Philadelphia for special medical treatment, and food and medicine in the school hospital. Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee gives…
Harvey K. Meyer, assistant clerk at Haskell Institute, requests to transfer to Carlisle and asks for a recommendation from Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman, who recently transferred from Haskell himself. Haskell Superintendent Peairs and Friedman endorse Meyer's request. Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee…
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Ossie Crowe to return to his home.
Assistant Cook Marie McCloud submits her resignation in order to accept a position in Alaska. Superintendent Moses Friedman forwards her resignation to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Assistant Commissioner C. F. Larrabee accepts McCloud's resignation and asks Friedman if he knows of an Indian that could fill her position.
These materials include correspondence and legal documents concerning former student Esther Moose, and any entitlements she may hold right to government annuities under the treaties of 1837 and 1851.
These materials include a petition and correspondence regarding a request by a group of Alaskan students to be returned to their homes.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Theresa Green to have her daughter, Marie Arteshaw, returned home.
This material includes correspondence regarding Martha Cornsilk and her outing record in 1908. Specific information is given regarding Cornsilk's training as a nurse at the German Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, her experience after leaving New York, and being accepted into the Worcester City Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts. The materials…
W. A. Russell from the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company informs Superintendent Moses Friedman that he has not yet received a voucher covering Hugh Taylor's trip from Kentucky to Carlisle.
Friedman encloses an estimate of funds and outlines several financial equations to show that the Carlisle Indian School is due at least $4,…
This material includes information regarding Nellie Cox and her noncompetitive teacher examination upon graduating from the Bloomsburg State Normal School. Includes the results of the examination.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Sara Avery McIlhenny to allow the Carlisle Indian School to continue its previous policy of recruiting Chitimacha students from around Charenton, Louisiana. Previously, agents from Carlisle recruited these students, but new enrollment policies ended the practice. McIlhenny's…
These materials contain correspondence regarding a dispute about the release of students from New York State, as pursuant to Bureau of Indian Affairs policy changes regarding the enrollment of students from New York.