Lipps, Oscar H.
These materials include correspondence regarding an application in duplicate that was sent in error to the Indian Office.
This document contains correspondence concerning the student account of Eugene Jones.
Note: The student also went by the name Eugene Jimerson.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Charles A. Thompson to enroll an Alaskan Native who had attended public school in Port Townsend, Washington.
This material includes correspondence concerning an altercation between field agent D. H. Dickey and Victor Passano during a summer outing, and Passano's attempt to bring legal suit against Dickey. Passano had fought with Thomas Montoya, a Carlisle student on outing, and Dickey separated the two...
These materials include correspondence and government documents related to the application for enrollment of Arney Kah-o-sed in the Carlisle School.
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment of three overage students, Wilton Ishcomer, Sam Austin, and Moses Thomas.
These materials include correspondence reporting that six students who were returned to the Pine Ridge Reservation from Carlisle had tuberculosis.
These materials include correspondence addressed to Horace J. Johnson informing Johnson that William Newashe was playing baseball with the Carlisle Indian Base Ball team and could be reached through the teams booking manager in New York City.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Peter Cole to enroll a number of younger orphaned children at Carlisle. Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps refers Cole to instead consider the Thomas Indian School in Iroquois, New York.
These materials include materials regarding the enrollment of Frank P. Antoine.
This document contains correspondence about new policies encouraging vocational nursing training for female students in Indian schools. Included is an extensive pamplet from the professional nursing training program at Fort Dearborn Hospital, Circular letters ordering the transfer of all...
This material includes information regarding the enrollment of students at Carlisle for industrial programs at the Ford Motor Company Factory in Michigan and other industrial work places. Carlisle Superintendent Oscar Hiram Lipps sought clarification on who should be permitted to enroll as many...
Assisstant Commissioner E. B. Meritt does not understand why Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps sent him a $1,076.25 claim from Kent Mfg. Co. Meritt informs Lipps that he is supposed to pay for that claim, and that if the claim is to be paid through the Bureau of Indian Affairs...
These materials include correspondence regarding th enrollment of Arney Kah-o-sed.
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment of Pablo Moreno in Carlisle for additional training as a printer.
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...
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 sends copies of six Supreme Court decisions to the Carlisle Indian School in response to Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps' request.
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...
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 that includes a statistical Outing Report for the fiscal year...
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...