Hendren, James W.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards teacher James W. Hendren's application for a 60-day annual leave of absence. Hendren will also attend summer school while on annual leave.
James W. Hendren requests to know from Daniel M. Browning whether he is to be transferred from the Carlisle Indian School and where the transfer is to in the Indian Service.
James W. Hendren follows up on his request with W. N. Hailmann to know if he is to be transferred from the Carlisle Indian School to another position in the Indian Service.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the transfer of James W. Hendren to the Genoa Indian School. Pratt states that in a telegram Hendren declined the transfer which Pratt approves.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards teacher James W. Hendren's request for a 60-day annual leave of absence, 30 days for annual leave and 30 days for summer school.
Richard Henry Pratt updates the Office of Indian Affairs that it was decided that Spray could remain until he takes the Civil Service Examination. Pratt also informs the Office of the need for additional teachers.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards teacher J. W. Hendren's request for a 30-day leave of absence due to poor health, a letter from school physician S. L. Diven verifying Hendren's "severe bronchial cold," and a letter from Hendren in which he requests the 30-day sick leave of absence, to resign from...
Richard Henry Pratt requests the transfer of Jessie W. Cook as a teacher to the Carlisle Indian School from the Perris School.