Pennsylvania Representative Marlin Olmstead delivers this speech on the Carlisle Indian School in the House of Representative on February 6, 1908.
Olmsted, Marlin Edgar
These materials include correspondence regarding a scholarship at the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Isaac Quinn was recommended for this scholarship by Angel DeCora Dietz. Additional correspondence regarding the enrollment of David Redthunder as a pupil at Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence regarding student Judson Bertrand's work at the office of Carlisle dentist Dr. C. E. Wogan. There was some dispute about Bertrand's role as well as where he could pursue training as a dentist.
Pennsylvania Representative M. E. Olmsted asks Commissioner of Indian Affairs R. G. Valentine what appropriation was made for the Carlisle Indian School. Valentine answers that the school received a $169,000 appropriation.