These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment of Pablo Moreno in Carlisle for additional training as a printer.
Lipps, Oscar H.
Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt orders Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps to immediately wire $300 for the "Indian School Transportation, 1917" account. Lipps informs Meritt that he can spare the funds. Later, Meritt informs Lipps that allotment from that account is reduced "in the amount of $300."
These materials contain correspondence regarding the arrival of three students at Carlisle, Georgiana Bellecourt, Henry LaDuke, and Napoleon LaDuke, who did not have applications. Superintendent Lipps sought information on where to return the students.
These materials include correspondence regarding the income students made in the fiscal year 1915-1916 on the outing system, and the distinction between outing program income and income made through the industrial departments.
Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Merritt transmits copies of six Supreme Court decisions to Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Charles Arthur Bradley, Superintendent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, for application blanks for two students. Bradley was sent the blanks and informed that he should correspond with the Superintendent of the Carlisle School, Oscar H. Lipps, to enroll the students.
Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt tells Carlisle Indian School Superintendent to prepare a financial report on the cost of pupils while on outing compared to the cost while they're at the school.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Mrs. Frank Beaver to keep her daughter Lucy Decora at Carlisle instead of transferring her back to the Genoa Indian School. Decora was transferred to Genoa in order for her to complete her term of enrollment at Genoa.
These materials include correspondence responding to a request for data comparing the costs of pupils who remain at the school versus those who are outing. Superintendent Lipps includes a copy of the July 1916 Carlisle Arrow (Vol. 13, No. 1) that includes a statistical Outing Report for the fiscal year ending June 1916.
These materials include correspondence regarding reports on the health of Walter Winsborough to his mother Mary Wells. Additionally, a request from Winsborough's parents was sent through Senator Harry Lane to return him to his home.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Chief Wild Pigeon, of Little Neck, Long Island, New York, to enroll Jerome Carpenter at the Carlisle Indian School.
Asssitant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt asks Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps why the school has has combined farming and stock raising into one subject for boys and why sewing, home-nursing, and poultry raising has been combined into a single twenty week period for girls.
Lipps explains to Meritt that…
Assistant Commissioner E. B. Meritt forwards twelve copies of the tentative course of study for Indian schools to Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps. Lipps acknowledges receipt of the books, states that they've never destroyed other versions of the books, and that they've previously sent copies to employers or outing patrons…
Carlisle Indian School Chief Clerk in Charge C. V. Peel requests the Commissioner of Indian Affairs return the specifications and blueprint for a three-compartment refrigerator to the school. Assistant Commissioner E. B. Meritt informs Supervisor in Charge Oscar H. Lipps that the papers are part of the Office's record and tells him to contact…
This document contains correspondence concerning policies governing the graduating class of 1917. This includes a list of students receiving diplomas, required grades, and other related policies.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Mrs. A. J. Krejberg to have Elsie Krejberg, her step-daughter, enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School.
Former student Elmer E. Busch applies to be the assistant football coach at Carlisle. Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt forwards Busch's application to Carlisle. Carlisle Superintendent O. H. Lipps denies Busch's application, stating that Busch is a former student and was captain of the football team in 1915 until being "…
These materials include correspondence regarding the use of liquor among students at Carlisle, and the punishment of Turner Dwight for intoxication.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request for authority to return George Francis.
This document contains correspondence between Wesley Aaron and Assistant Commissioner E. B. Merritt concerning Aaron's desire to leave the Navy.
The Arthur H. Clark Company informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that they shipped a set of Volume 2 of "American Indian, as Slave-Holders, Secessionists, and During the Reconstruction" to the Carlisle Indian School and that they have not been paid because the school is closed.
Assistant Commissioner E. B. Meritt asks the…