Request to Sell
Commissioner of Indian Affairs R. G. Valentine grants permission for Superintendent Moses Friedman to sell 60 hogs.
Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to sell a horse since it is too small for heavy work and "not safe for single driving." Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs F. H. Abbott grants permission.
Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to sell 250 bushels of rye. Commissioner of Indian Affairs R. G. Valentine grants Friedman permission to do so.
Supervisor Oscar H. Lipps informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that he sold dried bones and old iron to Jacob Shields and asks the Commissioner which account to report the sale under. Second Assistant Commissioner C. F. Hauke informs Lipps to report the sale under "misc. Receipts, Class IV...
Superintendent John Francis Jr. requests to sell 300 old mattresses and asks the Commissioner of Indian Affairs which bid, either Jacob Shields or Abe Robinowitz, to accept. Assistant Commissioner E. B. Meritt tells Francis Jr. to accept Robinowitz's bid.
Superintendent John Francis Jr. requests to sell 100 pounds of sugar to the "employees mess" since they cannot purchase it in Carlisle. Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt grants him permission.
Travelling Auditor in Charge Claude V. Peel requests to sell twenty five old Smith-Premier double keyboard typewriters for $10 each. Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt grants Peel permission and orders him to advertise the sale.