J. R. Wise requests to have the examination of George E. Balenti for permanent appointment to the position of teacher of mechanical drawing take place under the direction of the superintendent of the school.
School Employees - Mechnical Drawing Intsturctor
These materials include the appointment certifications for William C. Terry as a Teacher in Mechanical Drawing. Terry was appointed to the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence and certification records regarding William C. Terry's refusal to accept a position as Teacher of Mechanical Drawing at the Carlisle Indian School.
This material includes correspondence about a vacant fireman position which the administration was hoping to fill by a former student of the school, and about a vacant position as a teacher of mechanical drawing.
These materials include a letter notifying the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that no eligible applicants were currently available for the vacant position as teacher in Mechanical Drawing at the Carlisle Indian School.
Correspondence between Superintendent Moses Friedman, the Assistant Secretary of the Interior, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and the Chief Clerk regarding the establishment of the position of mechanical drawing teacher at the Carlisle Indian School with the salary of $840 per year.
Superintendent Moses Friedman informs Commissioner Francis E. Leupp the congressional district of two Mechanical Drawing Teacher appointees.