Jones, W. A.
Mariette Wood requests a transfer to the Carlisle Indian School as a teacher. Richard Henry Pratt forwards and endorses the application.
Richard Henry Pratt provides information and recommendation regarding former student William F. Campbell being hired to look after the legal affairs of the Chippewa Nation.
Robert J. Hamilton inquires of W. A. Jones if Richard Henry Pratt has the authority to intercept any letter sent to the students of the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a request to return Marguerite Provost and Louise Provost to their home. Pratt also encloses two letters from Marianna Burgess regarding the case.
R. Ella Nickerson sends her resignation as a teacher at the Yaniax School in the Klamath Agency.
Richard Henry Pratt requests W. A. Jones instruct the U.S. Indian Agents at the San Carlos; Fort Apache; and the Kiowa and Comanche Agencies to aid in the recruitment of students for the Carlisle Indian School.
Correspondence regarding paying Effie Moul as an irregular employee during the absence with pay of J. W. Hendron.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a message from W. A. Jones regarding the equal division of sexes amongst the teachers.
R. C. Bauer, Supervisor and Special Disbursing Agent, provides a general inspection report of the Carlisle Indian School focusing particularly on the outing system.
W. H. Thompson, Vice President of the Chicago Athletic Association, refers to correspondence not included and notes that he sees no reason why they cannot play the Carlisle Football Team.
Richard Henry Pratt requests a transfer on behalf of Lydia Hunt due to her health at the San Carlos Agency.
Richard Henry Pratt follows up on Lizzie Hill's application for an assistant matron position in a western school.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that the rations at the Carlisle Indian School remain the same as they were in 1898 when previously given an exemption.
Lizzie M. Hill asks W. A. Jones if she has been appointed as an Assistant Matron.
Richard Henry Pratt informs W. A. Jones that Lizzie M. Hill would fill the position mentioned by him.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a request from Amos Long Wolf to return home.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards correspondence regarding the transfer of Fred Smith from the Lincoln Institute to the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt also includes a statement that he believes the Lincoln Institute should be ended.
A. O. Wright, Supervisor of Indian Schools, provides a report on the Carlisle Indian School focusing on the Outing School. Wright provides details of the school as he found it as well as provides recommendations for improvement.
Richard Henry Pratt follows up on the request of Gertrude Simmons to take additional training to further her career. Pratt additionally requests advance notice of the party of Cheyenne and Arapahoe's arrival in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Note: Gertrude Simmons later became known as...
Nathaniel McKay responds on behalf of R. E. Wilson in response to Richard Henry Pratt's actions towards asking her to transfer to another school.
William Hugg writes to W. A. Jones of a letter from Richard Henry Pratt regarding the discharge and transfer of Abraham Smith.
Alfred John Standing responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding Gertrude Simmons' studying at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.
Note: Gertrude Simmons later became known as Gertrude Simmons Bonnin and Zitkala-Sa.
Dennison Wheelock requests to have Evan Goslyah transferred from the Grand Junction Indian School noting that Goslyah has requested it and he needs an additional clarinet player for the band.
George I. Lincoln requests the transfer of six children from the Lincoln Institute to the Carlisle Indian School.
Frank M. Baker forwards a copy of the most recent record of his daughter Alice E. Baker received from the Carlisle Indian School which notes that her health is not very strong. As a result Baker requests the return of his two daughters Hattie and Alice from the School.