Richard Henry Pratt requests permission from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for approval to have 200 boys and the Carlisle Indian School band to participate in the inaugural ceremonies. Pratt notes that Secretary of the Interior Henry Morgan Teller believed the idea to be a good one and it would be without expense to the Government.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to bring members of the Carlisle Indian School battalion and band participate in the 1897 inaugural parade.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the Pan-American Exposition desires to have the Carlisle Indian School Band for four weeks in July and August and are willing to pay expenses. In addition the band and a corps of cadets has been invited to participate in the Inaugural Parade.
Alfred John Standing requests authority to purchase band caps for the Carlisle Indian School band for the 1901 inaugural parade.
William A. Mercer forwards letter from C. Cole regarding James Bigheart and four other Chiefs who could participate in the inaugural parade.
Correspondence regarding a request by the Amoskeag Textile Club for an additional $500 refund from the Carlisle Indian School Athletic Fund from a game played between the school and Holy Cross College in 1914.