Henderson, A. P.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards to the Office of Indian Affairs a copy of the lease for the Henderson tract in quintuplicate. The lease covers the outlines of the land being rented as well as its purpose for grazing and farming at the Carlisle Indian School.
J. R. Wise submits to the Office of Indian Affairs a lease between A. P. and R. M. Henderson as well as the Carlisle Indian School for the lease of the Henderson Tract.
J. Webster Henderson informs Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman that the Carlisle Borough is planning to build a sewage tunnel that will go underneath the school grounds and the Henderson Farm. Friedman then forwards Henderson's letter to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and...
Assistant Secretary of the Interior Lewis C. Laylin informs J. Webster Henderson that he grants permission for the Carlisle Borough to begin the construction of a sewer underneath the the school's grounds and the Henderson Farm.
Superintendent Moses Friedman transmits articles of agreement with A. P. Henderson and J. Webster Henderson for the school to rent the Henderson tract.