Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to modify several expenditures paid for by the "Indian School, Carlisle, Pa., 1913" appropriation. The Chief of the Education Division requests that two expenditures totaling $120.08 from the previously named fund be switched to the support fund. Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Hauke modifies…
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These materials include correspondence regarding mulitple requests from Alex Cole and Mary Ann Cole to have their daughter, Annie B. Cole, returned home from the Carlisle Indian School.
Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to expend $50.00 from the "Purchase & Transportation Indian Supplies, 1914" appropriation to pay for express freight charges on shipments far from Carlisle. Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells asks Friedman what he needs the money for. Friedman responds that it is to pay for shipping of emergency…
Moses Friedman requests to expend $50.00 for general school purposes from each of three appropriations: "Miscellaneous Receipts, Class IV," "Indian School, Carlisle, Pa., 1914 - Lavatories and Bathing Facilities," and "Indian School Transportation, 1914." Second Assistant Commissioner C. F. Hauke informs Friedman that he doesn't need…
These materials include correspondence concerning the settling and closing of financial accounts for James Bearchild.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Leo C. White to return to the Carlisle Indian School so that he could continue his education at the Dickinson College Preparatory School (Conway Hall) in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
This document contains a letter from Assisant Commissioner C. F. Hauke concerning a suit brought against Arthur B. Smith by the Carlisle Indian Industrial School on behalf of student Manley George.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Phobe Brown Lowe to have her son enrolled in the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding an application for Carlos Izquierdo, Jr., from Puerto Rico. The request was submitted by M. Ruiz Rexach on behalf of Carlos Izquierdo, Sr. Enrollment is denied because Izquierdo Jr. is underage.
These materials include correspondence regarding an application for Jose Prado Arias to attend the Carlisle Indian School which was mistakenly sent to the Office of Indian Affairs.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Derias (sometimes Derius) Schenandore to re-enroll at the Carlisle Indian School in order to finish learning the trade of carriage maker. His request is denied.
Note: In these materials the individual is sometimes referred to incorrectly as Dennis Schenandore.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by the parents of Wilson Silas to have him returned home from the Carlisle Indian School. The Superintendent suggested that Silas would benefit from more schooling but should be allowed to return home for a vacation on his own expense.
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment of Jose Prado Arias, from Puerto Rico, at the Carlisle Indian School. Arias' father, Thomas Prado Landron, was notified that Arias could be enrolled upon payment of transportation and tuition costs.
Chicago Warehouse for Indian Supplies Superintendent Frank Sorenson writes to Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman, enclosing an expense bill and bill of lading from Corrugated Bar Company to cover freight charges from Pittsburgh to the Gettysburg Junction and stating that the company is looking for Friedman to reimburse them…
These materials include correspondence concerning former student John Jackson's request to access personal funds from his account.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to spend $250 from the "Indian School, Carlisle, Pa, 1914" account for general traveling expenses associated with the Outing System and for expenses incurred while visiting the students. C. F. Hauke grants authority.
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment of Esther and Georgianna Collins at the Carlisle Indian School. Some materials relate to the efforts of their mother, Rose Trombly Collins, to secure their enrollment at the school. Later correspondence answers a request by their mother for reimbursement of their transportation…
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to return home Lucinda Welch and Marie Le Sieur.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the return of Stansil Jumper to Carlisle.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request from an outing patron to employ Esther Moore under the outing system.
These materials include correspondence regarding requests by Congressman Asher C. Hinds of Maine to enroll at Carlisle the three children of Thomas Canadian. The oldest daughter was forwarded an enrollment application and notified that she would have to pay her own costs. The two youngest children were directed to enroll at the Thomas Indian…
These materials include postcards sent to female students attending the Carlisle Indian School. These postcards were confiscated by school officials who believed that their subject matter was inappropriate for their recipients. The confiscation was done "in accordance with Section 156 of the Rules for the Indian Service." The confiscated cards…
These materials contain correspondence regarding the return home of Ethel Williams.
John C. Lloyd, a former soldier currently in his eighties, informs Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman that he would like an Indian girl to come live with him and take care of him in case he gets sick because he lives alone. He specifically requests that she has a "fare complection and can talk good english." He states that he…
These materials include correspondence regarding a disagreement between Morris Huff and Carlisle's outing authorities regarding his enrollment status at the school. Huff was living with his outing family while no longer a student, and the school objected this arrangement and sought to have Huff reenroll.