Richard Henry Pratt forwards copy of letter approving report of irregular employees for June 1902 to file with cash voucher No. 77, 4th quarter, 1902. Pratt also includes a certificate in duplicate from W. H. Winslow to file with his account current for the 4th quarter, 1902.
Richard Henry Pratt corrects the spelling of William Nonnast's name in the Office's approval of change in employees report.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that the position of tinner and assistant disciplinarian be abolished at the Carlisle Indian School and replaced with an additional laborer and an additional teacher.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to have Ed. Lau permanently appointed as a carriage maker after having passed the Civil Service Commission exam.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a certificate of graduation for Emily A. Clark and a recommendation.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a recommendation and information on Jemima Wheelock Webster to the Office of Indian Affairs.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards letter from Jemima Webster seeking reinstatement to the Indian Service referenced in his previous letter on August 11, 1902.
Richard Henry Pratt proposes abolishing the position of principal teacher following the resignation of O. H. Bakeless and requests the creation of Assistant Superintendent and Principal Teacher positions.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Charles E. Shell, Superintendent of the Greenville School, regarding Pratt's pending enrollment of a student from that area.
Richard Henry Pratt requests the promotion of Etta Knickerbacker to the position of outing manager at the Carlisle Indian School from her position as matron in Morris, Minnesota.
Telegram from Richard Henry Pratt confirming his confirmation his telephone conversation with the Commissioner of Indian Affairs requesting transfer of Mrs. Foster of the Klamath School to the assistant matron position at Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a request from Karl E. Enteman and requests that he be dropped from the assignments to Carlisle due to his request to delay his appointment. Pratt also requests additional names from the Civil Service Commission of individuals who can report by September 1, 1902.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Etta Knickerbacker has accepted the position of Outing Matron. Pratt also forwards a request of Superintendent Brown in replacing Knickerbacker with Mrs. Pierson of Petoskey, Michigan.
Richard Henry Pratt proposes to the Office of Indian Affairs to revert the Outing Matron title back to Matron with the appointment of Etta Knickerbacker. Pratt states that an assistant matron will take on the outing duties.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Enoch M. Sherry and Amos R. Frank have not reported to the Carlisle Indian School as ordered.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Amos Frank has reported for duty.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has received a message from Enoch M. Sherry that he will leave for Carlisle shortly.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Etta Knickerbacker's letter declining to come to Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to have Dr. O. O. Benson reinstated to the Indian Service and appointed as a physician to the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt updates the Office of Indian Affairs that Etta Knickerbacker is unable to report to the Carlisle Indian School to fill the matron position. Pratt requests to search outside the Civil Service list to fill the position.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Amos R. Frank requesting an administrative position in the Indian School Service. Pratt includes his endorsement.
Richard Henry Pratt asks to recall his letter of August 19, 1902 proposing creating a the position of Assistant Principal and Normal Teacher for Kate Bowersox. Pratt indicates that as he has not received authority he will have Bowersox continue in that role and pay her from other funds.
Richard Henry Pratt requests on behalf of Alice Lambert Otto and her husband for their transfer to the White Earth Agency.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has no objection to Frances R. Scales taking the position of Principal Teacher at Ft. Sill but that she prefers to remain at Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the wife of teacher Enoch M. Sherry being certified for an appointment as teacher.