Wolfe, Mary

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Mary Wolfe Student File
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Student file of Mary Wolfe, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee, who entered the school on September 15, 1894 and departed on May 18, 1900. The file contains student information cards, a letter, and a report after leaving indicating that in 1911 Wolfe was living in Pryor, Montana as a housewife.

Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
Mary Wolfe Student Information Card
Date of Entry:

Student information card of Mary Wolfe, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee, who entered the school on September 15, 1894 and departed on May 16, 1900.

Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
Mary Wolfe, c.1897

Studio portrait of Mary Wolfe. 

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W
Repository:
Cumberland County Historical Society
Graduating Class of 1900, 1900

Posed studio photograph of the graduating class of 1900.

Format:
Photographic Print, B&W
Repository:
Cumberland County Historical Society
Application for Employment from Mary Wolfe
April 18-23, 1900

Mary Wolfe, a member of the Class of 1900, applies for an assistant laundress position at the Crow Agency School in Montana.

Major Richard H. Pratt and Assistant Superintendent A. J. Standing forwards Wolfe's application to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and endorses her in his cover letter. A handwritten copy of Wolfe's degree is…

Format:
Legal and Government Documents, Letters/Correspondence
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Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
Report on the Health of Cherokee Students at Carlisle
December 19, 1904

Report on the health of current and former Cherokee students of the Carlisle Indian School.

Format:
Letters/Correspondence, Reports
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration
Confiscated Postcards Sent to Carlisle Students
November 21, 1913 - February 20, 1914

These materials include postcards sent to female students attending the Carlisle Indian School. These postcards were confiscated by school officials who believed that their subject matter was inappropriate for their recipients. The confiscation was done "in accordance with Section 156 of the Rules for the Indian Service." The confiscated cards…

Format:
Letters/Correspondence
Repository:
National Archives and Records Administration