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E. Corbett Submits Resignation as Assistant Seamstress
July 16, 1906

E. Corbett submits her resignation as assistant seamstress at the Carlisle Indian School due to her health. William A. Mercer forwards the resignation to the Office of Indian Affairs and requests it to be accepted.

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
Mercer Explains Reason for Employing Annie Steel as Irregular Employee
October 2, 1906

William A. Mercer provides clarification on his request to pay Annie E. Steel as an irregular employee in the assistant laundress position during the leave of Etta S. Fortnoy.

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
Two Reports on Leave of Absence
October 12-22, 1906

Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee forwards reports reports on leaves of absence taken by two employees, John F. McKey (clerk) and Cora B. Hawk (teacher), from 1903-1906. due to sickness. Mercer also forwards physician's certificates verifying employees' illness. Included is an...

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
Certification of Kate S. Bowersox's Sickness
March 7, 1907

Superintendent W. A. Mercer forwards School Physician Ferdinand Shoemaker's certification of Kate S. Bowersox's illness during her leave of absence. Bowersox works as a principal teacher. 

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
Certification of Ella G. Hill's Sickness
March 18, 1907

Superintendent W. A. Mercer forwards School Physician Ferdinand Shoemaker's certification of Ella G. Hill's illness during her leave of absence. Hill works as a laundry manager.

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
Five Requests for Leave of Absence
June 11 - July 18, 1907

Superintendent W. A. Mercer and Principal teacher Kate S. Bowersox forward five requests for leave of absence for employees: Lizzie James (cook), Susan Zeamer (assistant seamstress), Amelia D. McMichael (teacher), M. I. Zeigler (harnessmaker), and W. S. Dysert (shoemaker). Included is an...

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
Lizzie James' Request for Unpaid Sick Leave of Absence
July 15-25, 1907

Major William A. Mercer explains to Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee that Cook Lizzie James has been so sick that she has taken 30 days of paid annual leave and 30 days of paid sick leave and is now requesting 30 days of unpaid sick leave. Assistant cook Nekifer Shouchuck has taken...

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
Correspondence Regarding Susan M. Lelless
August 13-21, 1907

Correspondence regarding the teaching ability of Susan Lelless and her transfer from the Haskell Institute. John Whitewell, current Principal Teacher at the Carlisle Indian School, details his oversight of Lelless including her inability to administer corporal punishment.

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

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