Richard Henry Pratt submits a report that lists a new employee (Carrie E. Morse). This report includes personal information about those being hired. In a cover letter, Pratt explains the process in which Morse was appointed as a teacher at the Carlisle Indian School and her transfer to the Normal School at Englewood, Illinois.
Employee Transfer Between Schools
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a request from Ella and Bessie Patterson to be transferred to the Albuquerque Indian School. Pratt provides the employment history of the Pattersons' at the Carlisle Indian School and recommends their request be granted.
Richard Henry Pratt notifies the Office of Indian Affairs that Alfred John Standing is declining the position at Grand Junction.
Richard Henry Pratt informs R. V. Belt that Miss Carter does not want to be transferred this year but will consider a transfer to a Western School at a higher salary the following year.
W. G. McConkey, clerk and stenographer, requests a transfer from the Carlisle Indian School to a Western Agency due to his health.
Catherine Caryl requests a transfer to another school as a teacher and includes a recommendation from former Carlisle Indian School principal Elspeth Fisher.
Carrie V. Birch requests a transfer from her current position as a teacher in Cherokee, North Carolina to the Carlisle Indian School.
Cornelia A. Merritt, teacher, accepts transfer to the Navajo Boarding School at Fort Defiance, Arizona.
Minnie M. Birch requests a transfer to either Cherokee, North Carolina or the Hampton Institute as a teacher.
Clara C. McAdam requests a transfer to another Indian School as a teacher due to her health. Richard Henry Pratt forwards the request along with his request that it be looked upon favorably.
Della F. Botsford requests a transfer to a different Indian School as a teacher due to her health.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he is withdrawing his approval and recommendation of the transfer of teacher Della F. Botsford.
Katherine J. Wiest requests a transfer to a Western Indian School due to her health. Richard Henry Pratt forwards the letter along with his recommendation that her wish be granted.
Richard H. Pratt requests to transfer William J. Nolan (teacher) to another school. Pratt forwards Nolan's transfer request and endorsement from school principal O. H. Bakeless.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that W. N. Hailmann have teacher M. L. Silcott transferred from the Crow Creek Agency to Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt informs W. N. Hailmann that he has reason to believe that M. L. Silcott will accept transfer at the lower salary.
Richard Henry Pratt asks why M. L. Silcott has not been notified of her transfer from the Office of Indian Affairs.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that M. L. Silcott has reported for duty as a teacher at the Carlisle Indian School from the Crow Creek Agency.
Teacher James W. Hendren requests to know from Daniel M. Browning whether he is to be transferred from the Carlisle Indian School and where the transfer is to in the Indian Service.
Teacher James W. Hendren follows up on his request with W. N. Hailmann to know if he is to be transferred from the Carlisle Indian School to another position in the Indian Service.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the transfer of teacher James W. Hendren to the Genoa Indian School. Pratt states that in a telegram Hendren declined the transfer which Pratt approves.
Richard Henry Pratt requests W. N. Hailmann transfer Lizzie M. Lampson to the Carlisle Indian School. He further requests meeting with Hailmann to discuss taking the teachers from the Civil Service.
Richard Henry Pratt requests the transfer of Herbert H. Johnson to the position of Assistant Disciplinarian along with Johnson's application to Pratt.
Herbert H. Johnson telegrams D. M. Browning requesting his transfer to the Carlisle Indian School rather than a transfer to Omaha.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a request to transfer from school physician Z. T. Daniel. Pratt further notes that as he is unable to find his physician he recommends Edmund Barry.