Standing, Alfred J.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Assistant Superintendent A. J. Standing's application for a 30 leave of absence.
Richard Henry Pratt advises the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that Florence M. Carter and Agnes M. Robbins, who were granted a leave of absence without pay, have returned. Lida B. Given has gone on a leave of absence of three months but is not due to return yet.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the current system of student recruitment for non-reservation boarding schools is not working. Pratt forwards two letters detailing the difficulties of his employees in gathering parties of students as well as the reluctance of...
Cover letter for Alfred John Standing returning annuity application for Edward Rogers.
Alfred John Standing informs the Office of Indian Affairs of various items which have become worn out or otherwise unserviceable and requests action to their disposition.
Alfred John Standing requests authority to spend $76 in the purchase of 200 diplomas.
Cover letter sent of report detailing the legal residence of 16 employees.
Alfred John Standing responds to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding Frances Benjamin Johnston photographing the Carlisle Indian School.
Alfred John Standing informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Jesse Kirk has left Carlisle along with his son Clayton Kirk.
Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists all school employees (W. B. Beitzel, Fannie I. Peter, S. J. Nori, W. H. Miller, Nellie V. Robertson, W. Grant Thompson, O. H. Bakeless, Kate S. Bowersox, Emma A. Cutter, Mariette Wood, Jessie W. Cook, Florence M. Carter, Fanny G. Paull, Jessie L....
Richard Henry Pratt forwards assistant superintendent A. J. Standing's application for a 30 day leave of absence.
This audit and report, which concerns the finances of the Carlisle Indian School as administered by Richard Henry Pratt, was prepred immediately following his retirement as superintendent of the school. The report focuses on the use of non-governmental funds - charitable donations to the school...
This material is a collection of correspondence received by the Office of Indian Affairs between 1918 and 1966, all related to the Carlisle Indian School. As the Carlisle Indian School closed in 1918, the majority of these letters are either requesting information about the school and its...