Lipps, Oscar H.
Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps requests $50 for general school purposes.
These materials contain financial documents and correspondence concerning the tuition deposits for Ada P. Barnett and Clifford Ross Barnett.
This document contains a letter concerning the death of Oscar Derrisaw.
These materials include correspondence regarding Minnie Onhand's trip to Washington D. C. to visit Chief Lookout.
Supervisor in Charge Oscar H. Lipps requests to spend $100 from the "Indian School, Carlisle, Pa., 1914" appropriation and $100 from the "Indian Moneys, Proceeds of Labor, Carlisle School" appropriation to pay for incidental expenses. Second Assistant Commissioner C. F. Hauke informs Lipps that...
These materials include correspondence regarding an inquiry by Oscar H. Lipps on behalf of Peter Jordan as to Jordan's eligibility to receive a scholarship funded through the tribal funds of the Chippewa Nation in Minnesota.
These materials include correspondence regarding Hiram Chase's trip to the Indian Office in Washington D. C. to visit his father.
This document contains correspondence concerning a request by Antoine Barron to receive money from his student account.
Note: In this file the student is referred to as Antoine Barron and Antoine Barrar.
These materials concern the return home and transportation costs of Earl Armstrong.
These materials include correspondence and financial documents related to the expenditure of funds on student labor and materials to make repairs and improve the grounds at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include a list of students to be returned to their homes at the close of the 1914 school year as well as the authorization from the Assistant Commissioner.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a complaint made by Maxime Favel regarding not be reimbursed for his expenses in coming to Carlisle and the use of his bank account to fund his return home.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Fred Big Top and Gus Lookaround to leave school early to work as tour guides in Glacier National Park in Montana.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps requests funds from the Department of the Interior for the fourth quarter of 1914.
Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps requests $100 for incidental expenses in connections with the administration of the school.
Lipps requests information regarding the purpose for which authorities for the Indian School and Indian Moneys, Proceeds of Labor...
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment of Charles D. Brewington, who sought to study photography. Superintendent Oscar Lipps advised against this, as photography was not taught at Carlisle and due to Brewington's age.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Peter Jordan to have his transportation home paid for by the school. Jordan's request was denied.
These materials include correspondence regarding the transfer of the children of Willie Connell from Carlisle to the Haskell Institute in Lawrence, Kansas.
Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps requests permission from Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells to renovate the currently unused Leupp Art Studio and convert it to the official headquarters of the Carlisle Alumni Association. Sells grants Lipps the authority...
These materials contain correspondence regarding fees owed to the Carlisle Police Department for the return of Carlisle students found in town without permission. The policy of paying these fees for student returns was to end after this payment.
These materials contain correspondence regarding either transfer or return home Grover Allen, John Plenty, and John Martin.
This document contains a letter concerning an article about individual pupil's accounts, prepared by Mr. Stinchecum of the Education Division.
Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps requests to spend $400 from the "Indian School, Carlisle, Pa., 1914" account on water supply for domestic purposes for fiscal year 1914. Second Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Hauke informs Lipps that previous...
Assistant Commissioner E. B. Meritt informs Carlisle Supervisor in Charge Oscar H. Lipps that they cannot pay a debt that Lipps incurred in Oklahoma before he came to Carlisle because it would violate the Departmental Order of December 17, 1909. Meritt returns Lipps' request.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Holmes Colbert for more information about enrolling his son, Overton Colbert, in the Carlisle Indian School following his graduation from the Murray Agricultural School.