William A. Mercer forwards a list from Dr. Ferdinand Shoemaker of surplus drugs in mainly serviceable condition on hand.
W. G. Thompson discusses the excavation for the new hospital building and provides a sketch of the ground on which the hospital is being built.
Harry G. Brown requests information regarding the proposed hospital at the Carlisle Indian School in order to make a bid to erect the building.
William A. Mercer provides an overview of the physical plant of the Carlisle Indian School for the 1906 fiscal year and provides an estimate for the 1908 fiscal year. Mercer further makes suggestions on ways to improve the physical plant.
William A. Mercer requests Sara Pierre be transferred to another school due to no longer performing her duties as hospital cook.
M. S. Barr submits her resignation as a nurse at the Carlisle Indian School. William A. Mercer forwards the resignation and requests the vacancy be filled from the Civil Service list as soon as possible.
William A. Mercer requests the plans for the new hospital building be completed as soon as possible in order to begin construction.
William A. Mercer requests the Office of Indian Affairs fill the hospital cook position at the Carlisle Indian School as soon as possible. Mercer states that he would like an unmarried white woman without a family.
William Mercer submits the Monthly School Report of the Carlisle Indian School for December 1906.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Anna C. Grove was appointed assistant matron and that Cathrine Morette resigned as hospital cook shortly after her appointment.
William A. Mercer requests forms for posters printed requesting bids for the new hospital building at the Carlisle Indian School to be forwarded to him.
William A. Mercer requests that the Superintendent of Carlisle Indian School be made the superintendent of construction for the new hospital construction. Mercer notes that the school has carpenters and other tradesman to complete the construction. He further requests the contracts be sent out...
Monthly report of the Carlisle Indian School for the month of January 1907.
William Mercer submits the Monthly School Report of the Carlisle Indian School for February 1907.
William A. Mercer requests voucher to pay for the services of local Carlisle doctors in the treatment of Clarissa Winnie.
William Mercer submits the Monthly School Report of the Carlisle Indian School for March 1907.
William A. Mercer makes suggestions to the hospital building plans under construction concerning the lavatories and sewer connections.
J. R. Wise requests information from William A. Mercer related to the height of the ceilings of the one-story wings of the new hospital building. Wise notes that having the ceilings of the wings differ from the rest of the building would make it more difficult to add an additional story later on...
William A. Mercer requests authority to pay for medical treatment of students while on outing, taking students to Philadelphia for special treatment as well as board, and medicine and special diets of students in the school hospital.
William A. Mercer provides an update on the conditions of the physical plant of the Carlisle Indian School and provides an estimate for the 1909 fiscal year appropriation.
These materials include an inspection report performed by Superintendent of Indian Schools Estelle Reel in May, 1906. Reel's report mentions the buildings and grounds (including the new hospital), improvements since the previous visit, student oratory work, and student artwork.
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...
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 a complaint made by student Anna Bebeaux concerning poor conditions at the school hospital, and the results of an investigation into the matter by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
These materials include correspondence and pamphlets related to circular orders and regulations in force at the Carlisle Indian School under Superintendent Moses Friedman. Friedman forwarded the documents to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for approval. The forwarded documents include a blank...