Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from former student Kamie Owl requesting a position as a teacher in the Indian Service to Estelle Reed along with his recommendation.
Estelle Reel requests to meet with Antonio Apache when he visits Philadelphia. Reel notes that she is unlikely to secure the endorsements of members of the Indian Rights movement due to W. N. Hailmann's involvement in the movement.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards former student Jeanette Buckles' request for a transfer in the Indian Service from her current position as matron to a teaching position.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Carrie Hulme has resigned from her position as seamstress at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt requests that Bertha Canfield be transferred from the Phoenix Indian School to take charge of the sewing room.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that Walter Taylor and wife be transferred from Fort Lewis to Carlisle Indian School if approved by Supervisor Dixon.
Jessie W. Cook requests from Estelle Reel a promotion to principal teacher at Chemawa or another Western School. Cook writes that she wants to introduce the outing system at the Riverside School if that position becomes available.
Edgar A. Allen responds to a letter from the Office of Indian Affairs addressing a letter from Rev. David M. Wynkoop regarding a request to return Henry Lives.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to Estelle Reel regarding his intent to attend a meeting of the Department of Indian Education in July 1903 and suggests the three topics to be discussed.
Richard Henry Pratt declines to accept the application of Edmond Granger to re-enroll at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt informs Estelle Reel that the Carlisle Indian School does not have any native industries and arts programs at the school. He further goes on to strongly criticize the effort.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a report on former students of the Carlisle Indian School to Estelle Reel.
Harold A. Loring, Supervisor of Native Music, requests the Commissioner of Indian Affairs responds to two complaints made by Carlisle Indian School bandleader C. M. Stauffer related to Stauffer not receiving credit in various publications.
Correspondence regarding changes in employees at the Carlisle Indian School related to disagreements in the philosophies of William A. Mercer and Richard Henry Pratt.
These materials include an inspection report performed by Superintendent of Indian Schools Estelle Reel in May, 1906. Reel's report mentions the buildings and grounds (including the new hospital), improvements since the previous visit, student oratory work, and student artwork.