Superintendent Friedman requests $300 to pay for "the apprehension and returning of runaway pupils of this school."
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment and return of funds of William Newashe.
Note: In this file, the student is referred to as William Newashe and William W. Washe.
These materials include an excerpt of Dr. Joseph A. Murphy's health inspection report on the Carlisle Indian School from February 1909, as well as a letter from Chief Clerk of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Frank M. Conser to Dr. Murphy asking when they can expect to receive the full report....
These materials include a health report of the Carlisle Indian School, performed by Medical Supervisor Dr. Joseph A. Murphy in December 1908. Murphy's report included a study of the school's physical plant, students' health conditions including tuberculosis and trachoma, and recommendations. The...
These materials include correspondence regarding student-produced artwork and articles sent for an exhibition in Quito, Ecuador. Products from Carlisle were provided for the exhibit; the correspondence discusses what items were provided as well as the production and retail prices for the...
These materials contain correspondence regarding the return of George Dailey to his home in Laguna, New Mexico from Carlisle.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request to return Lizzie Rowland to her home in Forsythe, Montana from Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence regarding a scholarship at the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Isaac Quinn was recommended for this scholarship by Angel DeCora Dietz. Additional correspondence regarding the enrollment of David Redthunder as...
This material includes a forwarded press copy report detailing the findings of Medical Supervisor Joseph A. Murphy's investigation of tuberculosis at the Carlisle Indian School in 1909. This report includes a list of pupils diagnosed with tuberculosis and recommended to be sent home.
This material includes correspondence between Superintendent Moses Friedman and Commisioner of Indian Affairs R. G. Valentine concerning the messenger vacancy that former student Guy Cooley left beind, as well as some unsettled financial matters pertaining to Cooley.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Joseph R. Brown to have his two daughters attending the Carlisle Indian School to visit him in Washington D.C.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Louis White Moon to have his two daughters enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School. White Moon's request was denied due to the age of his children and the fact that their homes were in the State of New York.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Carlisle Superintendent Moses Friedman to return Fred Tall Crane and George Dailey Jr. to their homes. The request was granted.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to have Matilda Hancorne returned to her home in Orick, California. The request was granted by the Office of Indian Affairs.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Susie Wilson to have her son, George Day, returned home to the Shawnee Indian Agency. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs, R. G. Valentine, provided authority to send Day home provided Day wished to return.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Superintendent Moses Friedman to send home four students earlier than the close of the school year.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Carlisle Superintendent, Moses Friedman, to return 189 students to their homes as a result of either graduating from Carlisle or due to expiring terms of enrollment. The request was granted by the Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs...
These materials include correspondence regarding requests to send Lillian Otter Chief, Janet Jackson, and Moses Gray to their homes. All three requests were granted.
The program for "The Captain of Plymouth," performed as part of the Commencement Exercises of 1909. The program lists the various acts of the performance as well as the student actors.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Franklin Moses to enroll Max Mixsooke in the Carlisle Indian School. Moses' request was granted by Francis E. Leupp, Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
These materials include a letter from Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs Robert Valentine to Carlisle's Superintendent, Moses Friedman, proposing a change to how employment appointments are made for the Carlisle Indian School. Valentine suggested bringing Carlisle's appointment policies in...
This document contains correspondence concerning James Henry. The student had been diagnosed with tuberculosis, and was returned to his home in Sweet Water, Idaho.
These materials contain correspondence regarding appropriations for the board of students attending the Philadelphia School of Industrial Art.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to return Noble Thompson to his home in Laguna, New Mexico.
These materials include a telegram from Carlisle Superintendent Moses Friedman informing the Bureau of Indian Affairs that he was leaving for a trip to the Walters Sanitarium in Wernersville, Pennsylvania. John Whitwell was left in charge of the school in Friedman's absence.