Richard Henry Pratt forwards request and recommendation of Edward W. Peters for a position of assistant farmer at the Mt. Pleasant Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a recommendation for Samuel Gruett in his application for the position of industrial teacher.
Jessie W. Cook requests transfer to the Perris School through Richard Henry Pratt. Pratt notes that Cook's health necessitates the transfer.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Benjamin Caswell to W. A. Jones regarding the Cass Lake School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs assigning Harriet M. Berry to a position. Pratt notes that he asked for an assistant clerk and the Office letter said assistant matron.
Richard Henry Pratt notifies the Office of Indian Affairs that if a selection for stenographer has not been made then to cancel the request.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding a request by Senator Thomas Bard for an increase in the salary of Jeannette Senseney.
Edgar A. Allen recommends Annie Lewis for a housekeeper position in a day school in the Indian Service. Allen notes that if Mrs. Dagnette accepts a position at one of the day schools in New Mexico he recommends placing Lewis with her.
Edgar A. Allen responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding placing Marion Lambert in a position in the Indian Service. Allen notes that Lambert should remain at the Bellevue Hospital to continue training as a nurse and instead recommends Ida Wheelock.
Edgar A. Allen provides information on the filling of the Girls' Manager position at the Carlisle Indian School and lack of a similar position in the Civil Service Commission due to the outing system.
Edgar A. Allen responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the temporary appointment of the Treasurer Students' Funds.
Edgar A. Allen refers to the temporary approval of the nomination of Edith McHarg Steele, the School Librarian at the Carlisle Indian School. Allen notes that Steele has special training related to the work being done at the school library.
Edgar A. Allen provides details on the qualifications necessary to fill the Outing Agent position. Allen notes that the Outing Agent is in charge of the boys in country homes.
Edgar A. Allen requests that the positions of Assistant Seamstress and Assistant Laundress be discontinued and that two Laborer positions be created. Allen notes that these positions can be filled locally rather than through the Civil Service.
The Civil Service provides authorization for temporary appointment of a librarian at the Carlisle Indian School.
Edgar A. Allen requests that the position of Matron be established in lieu of the Girls Manager position and that no permanent appointment be made until the return of Richard Henry Pratt. Allen requests the temporary appointment of Laura Jackson be retained.
Edgar A. Allen provides the qualifications needed for filling the position of Teacher of Domestic Science at the Carlisle Indian School.
Edgar A. Allen requests information on how Elmer G. Sprow can obtain an examination to retain his position as a tinner since the Carlisle Indian School is the only school that carries a tinner.
The Civil Service Commission authorizes a temporary appointment for the carriagemaker position at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards the application for reinstatement to the Indian Service of Lizzie C. Jacobs.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs inquiry regarding the resignation of the tailor Paul Walter. Pratt details the difficulties in obtaining a tailor through the Civil Service Commission.
The Civil Service Commission authorizes the Carlisle Indian School to fill the outing matron position due to no register of eligible applicants.
Richard Henry Pratt follows up on an inquiry regarding a position in the Indian Service for Ida Wheelock.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs of his plan to use Howard Gansworth as his outing agent for the Carlisle Indian School in the upcoming school year.
Richard Henry Pratt notifies the Office of Indian Affairs of the resignation of Rosa Brown and Josephine Walter. In addition he informs the Office of the advancement of Flora Laird and Agnes May Robbins.