The first page opened with a poem, "Sowing," followed by the article, "How the Letters Go," that described the process of express mail retrieval and distribution from trains. Then came a letter from former student John Dixon [Dickson] (Pueblo) who wrote about his experiences translating for and recruiting students for the Albuquerque Indian…
Taking Photographs of the School and Students
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to spend $100 to take photographs of the buildings and students, both individually and in groups, to send to Indian agencies and the students' parents.
Note: This item was copied from U.S. National Archives microfilm reels (M234), which were filmed from the original documents found in Record Group…
Secretary of the Interior Carl Schurz grants permission for Captain Richard H. Pratt to spend $100 on taking photographs of Carlisle Indian School buildings and students to send to the students' parents.
Note: This item was copied from U.S. National Archives microfilm reels (M234), which were filmed from the original documents found in…
Frances B. Johnston informs A. C. Towner that she has received his letter regarding photographing the Carlisle Indian School. Johnston provides further details regarding the contract.
Frances Benjamin Johnston provides an outline for taking 70 photographs of the Carlisle Indian School in 1901.
Alfred John Standing responds to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding Frances Benjamin Johnston photographing the Carlisle Indian School.
William A. Mercer requests to use the bequest of Harriet W. Taber to build a photographic gallery or art building at the entrance of the Carlisle Indian School.