A contractual agreement is made between Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School and Robert Thompson for Thompson to supply the school with coal.
Peel, Claude V.
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…
Traveling Auditor in Charge Claude V. Peel requests to sell twenty five old Smith-Premier double keyboard typewriters for $10 each. Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt grants Peel permission and orders him to advertise the sale.
Banker and outing patron R. H. Headley asks Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells if there is any way that he can host an Indian boy at his home after the Carlisle Indian School closes. Headley states that he has been an outing host since 1900 and would like to continue to be one if at all possible.
Assistant Commissioner E. B.…
Travelling Auditor in Charge at the Carlisle Indian School Claude V. Peel requests that Austin, Nichols & Co. are paid for five hundred pounds of hominy and Reid, Murdoch & Co. are paid for rolled oats. Chief Clerk C. F. Hauke informs Peel that he's referred these claims to the Treasury Department.