Richard Henry Pratt forwards to the Office of Indian Affairs the proceedings of the Board of Survey concerning worn out, broken, or no longer usable items at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards recommendations of a Board of Survey concerning disposal of various supplies for sale, repair, or destruction.
Descriptive Statement of Changes in School Employees, Applications, and Resignations, September 1894
Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists employees who have left the school (L. A. Bender, Annie B. Moon, T. S. Reighter, Fannie E. Russell, Clara Anthony, Richard Davis, Bessie R. Jamison, Joshua Walker, W. P. Campbell, Philip L. Drum, T. L. Deavor, and M. J. Campbell) and all employees working at the school in September 1894.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards in triplicate the proceedings of a Board of Survey concerning the disposition of cattle infected with tuberculosis.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a list of staff and the location and number of rooms assigned for their use at the Carlisle Indian School.
Note: Gertrude Simmons later became known as Gertrude Simmons Bonnin and Zitkala-Sa.
Report of Carlisle Indian School employees with a salary of over $300 and their legal residence and date of the entrance into the Indian Service as a permanent employee.
Work diary of Milton I. Zeigler, harness maker and instructor, at the Carlisle Indian School. Zeigler notes that he took over the harness shop on August 9, 1900 and details daily information related to the shop.
Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists all school employees (W. B. Beitzel, Fannie I. Peter, S. J. Nori, W. H. Miller, Nellie V. Robertson, W. Grant Thompson, O. H. Bakeless, Kate S. Bowersox, Emma A. Cutter, Mariette Wood, Jessie W. Cook, Florence M. Carter, Fanny G. Paull, Jessie L. McIntire, Sadie E. Newcomer, Clara L. Smith, Margaret…
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Storekeeper August Kensler's request for a 30 day annual leave of absence.
Lt. Colonel Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists employees who have left the school (Josephine R. Walter, William Burgess, H. M. Robertson, O. J. Harris, S. W. Thompson, Rosa B. Brown, Mattie A. Harm, Dora M. Peters, and Lizzie C. Jacobs), those who have changed positions (E. G. Sprow, Howard E. Gansworth, and Elizabeth Searight), and…
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that with the appointment of Olga Koerner that no provision for quarters or board are expected to be provided. Pratt also includes a list of employees who provide wither own quarters and accommodations.
Colonel Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists employees who have left the school (Elizabeth E. Forster, Jessie L. McIntire, Annie Belle Moore, Joseph Hummingbird, and Lila H. Connolly), those who have changed positions (William Davies, Florence M. Carter, and Margaret Roberts), and all employees working at the school to start the 1903-…
Major William A. Mercer submits a report that lists new employees (Luzena E. Tibbetts, Anna Goyituey, and Helen E. Krise), those who have left the school (Fannie I Peter, Enoch M. Sherry, and Mabel B. Sherry), and those those who have changed positions (W. Grant Thompson, August Kensler, Howard E. Gansworth, Jessie W. Cook, Agnes May Robbins,…
William A. Mercer forwards a copy of a circular issued to Carlisle Indian School employees involving a reorganization of positions at the School. Mercer requests that the circular be approved by the Office of Indian Affairs.
William A. Mercer forwards the results of a board of survey convened by James McLaughlin, U.S. Indian Inspector, to dispose of property at the Carlisle Indian School.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that no proposals were received following the advertisement for horses and mules. Included is a note from August Kensler and the advertisement.
Major William A. Mercer submits a report that lists employees who have left the school (Jeannette L. Senseney, Emma G. Sky, Elizabeth Searight, Ida Boger, and George Brown Jr.) and all employees working at the school to start the 1905-1906 fiscal year. These reports include personal information about those being hired as well as reasons for…
Major William A. Mercer submits a report that lists an employee who has left the school (Genus E. Baird) and all employees working at the school to start the 1906-1907 fiscal year. These reports include personal information about those being hired as well as reasons for departure for those leaving.
August Kensler requests certain items be excluded from the list of articles to be condemned and rather be dropped. William A. Mercer forwards the request to the Office of Indian Affairs with the recommendation that it be given favorable consideration.
William A. Mercer forwards the names of staff who live outside the limits of the school grounds including staff who live on the school farm.
William A. Mercer forwards explanations from the Assistant Superintendent, Financial Clerks, and Quartermaster as to the delay in sending the annual estimate for the 1908 fiscal year.
W. S. Olive, Special U.S. Indian Agent, reports on various unaccounted funds that William A. Mercer has failed to take up in his accounts. Olive further goes on to report the repair of Glenn "Pop" Warner's automobile in the school paint shop.
These materials include correspondence, an excerpt from an inspection report, and memoranda concerning staff organization and salary changes at the Carlisle Indian School. After an inspection by Charles F. Peirce, the salaries of certain employees were frozen and readjusted, and the organizational hierarchy of the school was revised.
These materials include an inspection of accounting and office practices at the Carlisle Indian School, performed by Supervisor H. T. Brown in August, 1913. The report includes a lamp inspection form as well as discussions of accounting, record-keeping, office equipment, personnel evaluations, and financial practices.
August Kensler informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he is competent to inspect canned tomatoes in Bethleham, Maryland but requests to be excused from the duty. E. B. Merritt notifies Kensler that other arrangements have been made.