Male and female students posed, seated and holding sheets of music, with a white female teacher standing in front, in a class room.
A note on the reverse of the image identifies the teacher as Miss Senseney.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs circular letter reporting on the music teachers at the Carlisle Indian School as well as the band leader.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards music teacher Jeannette L. Senseney's request for a 60-day leave of absence, 18 days annual leave, 12 days without pay, and 30 days to attend summer school at Chautauqua, New York during her leave. Included is a lengthy letter from Senseney explaining her experience...
Alfred John Standing forwards a statement regarding teachers at the Carlisle Indian School.
Note: Gertrude Simmons later became known as Gertrude Simmons Bonnin and Zitkala-Sa.
Report of Carlisle Indian School employees with a salary of over $300 and their legal residence and date of the entrance into the Indian Service as a permanent employee.
Cover letter forwarding cards covering the qualifications of the teachers at the Carlisle Indian School for the 1900 school year.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding a request by Senator Thomas Bard for an increase in the salary of Jeannette Senseney.
Acting Superintendent J. R. Wise forwards eleven applications for leave of absence for several employees: Mary A. Yarnall (teacher), Emma A. Cutter (senior teacher), Hattie M. McDowell (teacher), Sadie F. Robertson (teacher), Agnes May Robbins (teacher), Cora B. Hawk (teacher), Clara L. Smith (...
J. R. Wise forwards Jeannette L. Senseney's comments regarding the Office of Indian Affairs letter of taking a non-competitive examination for the position of teacher.