William A. Mercer forwards a letter from Fred Canfield regarding his willingness to take a position in the Southwestern United States.
William A. Mercer recommends Zoa Hardin for the position of assistant matron at $300 at the Kickapoo School. Correspondence from the Office of Indian Affairs follows informing Hardin, Mercer, and the Superintendent of the Kickapoo School that Hardin has been appointed.
William A. Mercer requests an increase in the salary of George L. Gottwerth as a fireman. Mercer states that the other fireman positions will not require increases due to his plan to use unmarried men and Indians. The Office of Indian Affairs forwards the request to the Secretary of the Interior...
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has forwarded the offer of day school teacher at Zuni, New Mexico to Fred W. Canfield.
Correspondence regarding the appointment of Fred Canfield and his wife to positions at the Zuni Day School.
Correspondence making the appointments of William C. Shambaugh and Elsa A. Mayham permanent.
Correspondence regarding the promotion of Elsa Mayham to the position of assistant matron in the dining room. In addition to the transfers of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carter and Anna Miller.
J. R. Wise informs the Office of Indian Affairs is wanted for the position of assistant matron if the transfer of Mr. and Mrs. Carter is affected.
Correspondence regarding the teaching ability of Susan Lelless and her transfer from the Haskell Institute. John Whitewell, current Principal Teacher at the Carlisle Indian School, details his oversight of Lelless including her inability to administer corporal punishment.
J. R. Wise requests no action be taken by the Office of Indian Affairs in filling a teaching position at the Carlisle Indian School until they have had time to go over the graduate list.
Wrap of letter to James B. Adams regarding application of Sarah E. Gedney's transfer to Forestry Service.