Richard Henry Pratt provides a testimonial for Elspeth L. Fisher, Principal Teacher, for future employment in the Indian Service.
Catherine Caryl requests a transfer to another school as a teacher and includes a recommendation from former Carlisle Indian School principal Elspeth Fisher.
Richard Henry Pratt requests O. H. Bakeless and others be allowed to take the Civil Service Examination in order to take positions at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt notes that he would like the gender ratio of the teachers at Carlisle be 50/50.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that O. H. Bakeless and his wife have determined they do not want to enter the Indian Service. Pratt requests that he have a personal conference with the Commissioner before a principal teacher is selected and nominated.
D. U. Betts requests that his appointment as a teacher in the Indian Service be changed from Pyramid Lake to Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that David U. Betts departed for Pyramid Lake due to not hearing earlier from the Office of Indian Affairs.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Lydia L. Hunt and recommends her for a position as a matron.
Lydia L. Hunt informs Frank C. Armstrong that she is declining her appointment as a teacher in the Wadsworth Day School.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the appointment of Henry M. Hudelson is acceptable. He further requests that the appointments of Philip L. Drum and T. L. Deavor be enacted as well.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Lydia L. Hunt would be interested in the Oregon Superintendent position if Mollie V. Gaither declines.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Lydia L. Hunt will report to the Commissioner the following day.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he is willing to accept the appointment of Henry M. Hudelson but that he is also fine with Philip Drum or T. L. Deavor.
Minnie M. Birch requests a transfer to either Cherokee, North Carolina or the Hampton Institute as a teacher.
Belle Metcalf inquires if the dining room matron position at the Carlisle Indian School is in the classified service.
Charles Lyman, President of the U.S. Civil Service Commission, informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the Commission has withheld action on Indian Service Requests related to seven vacancies of teacher at the Carlisle Indian School. Lyman states that no action will be taken until the...
Richard Henry Pratt follows up his descriptive statement and proposed changes in school employees with a report on classified employees on probation for 1893.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that the position of teacher previously held by Henry M. Hudelson be abolished and an assistant teacher position which does not fall under the Civil Service Commission be created.
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 forwards and seconds the statement of O. H. Bakeless regarding the performance of T. Marcellus Marshall as his probationary period comes to a close.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he is withdrawing his approval and recommendation of the transfer of Della F. Botsford.
Richard Henry Pratt encloses correspondence regarding the employment of Stailey Norcross as a tailor at the Navajo Agency.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a list of students who would be capable of filling various positions at the Fort Peck or Crow Agencies. Pratt further states that taking pupils from Carlisle to fill positions limits the ability of the school to graduate students.
Richard Henry Pratt further expounds on his belief that filling Indian Service positions with students in the midst of their education is harmful in regard to the position at the Lemhi District. Pratt discusses various students at the Carlisle Indian School.
Henry W. Sprole requests the return of Martha Washington from the Carlisle Indian School in order to employ her at the Poplar Creek School.