Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he needs to go to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and New York. Asks if the Commissioner can visit the following week.
D. C. De Wulf, pastor for the St. Charles Church in Pikesville, Maryland, requests a letter of introduction in order to visit the Carlisle Indian School and Hampton Institute along with the visitors from France.
Submission of voucher for expenses by Richard Henry Pratt related to visit from C. M. Clark, Special Agent for the Department, who was instructed to learn the Carlisle Indian School outing system.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the John D. C. Atkins, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, that he has arrived back at Carlisle with 62 members of the Chiricahua band from Fort Marion. He ends by noting that he hopes the Atkins will now visit the school.
Richard Henry Pratt requests a telegram regarding a promise that the President and Secretary gave to a group of visiting Apache Chiefs to send home two students at the Carlisle Indian School with them to serve as interpreters. Pratt recommends that the telegram say that the students will be sent...
Letters of introduction for Edward F. Wilson the principal of two homes for the education and industrial training of Indian children at Sault Ste. Marie in Ontario, Canada. One of the letters is from Richard Henry Pratt who notes that he has known Wilson personally for two years and that he...
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he understands the opposition of the visiting Sioux delegation to Eastern Schools. Pratt notes that when they come to the East they could see that assertions are incorrect.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that it would be best to allow the Sioux Delegation to visit the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt asks the Office of Indian Affairs how many individuals are in the new Sioux delegation.
Richard Henry Pratt requests from the Office of Indian Affairs information on if and when to expect the Sioux delegation at the Carlisle Indian School.
Alfred John Standing submits telegraph correspondence between himself and William P. Campbell regarding a request to have head men from the Fort Belknap Agency go East with a party as it would aid in recruiting students for Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that the Sioux Party currently in Washington D.C. be allowed to visit the Carlisle Indian School. If this is not possible then Pratt asks that nine students be allowed to visit Washington at their own expense.
Richard Henry Pratt inquiries when the Sioux Chiefs will visit the Carlisle Indian School as there are a dozen students on outing who would like to meet them.
Richard Henry Pratt requests from the Office of Indian Affairs to be informed if a group of Piegan chiefs decide to visit the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt writes that he was informed that the Chiefs are visiting Washington D.C. from his students and that if they decide to visit he would like to...
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that students from the Kiowa and Comanche Agency as well as the Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency have contributed funds to allow one chief from each Nation to attend commencement ceremonies.
Richard Henry Pratt requests answer to his previous telegram seeking authority to have a number of chiefs visit Carlisle for the commencement ceremonies.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has received their message and to send them by first train under guard.
Levi St. Cyr, Robert Hamilton, and Elmer Simon invite W. N. Hailmann to the dedication ceremony of the new Gymnasium at the Carlisle Indian School.
Card indicating Richard Henry Pratt sent a letter to American Horse inviting American Horse to visit the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that since Frank Terrance wrote a letter to the Office he has since visited Carlisle and withdrawn his request.
Richard Henry Pratt follows up on the request of Gertrude Simmons to take additional training to further her career. Pratt additionally requests advance notice of the party of Cheyenne and Arapahoe's arrival in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Note: Gertrude Simmons later became known as...
Richard Henry Pratt forwards correspondence and informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has arranged for the mother of an Apache student to visit Carlisle.
Alfred John Standing informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Jesse Kirk has left Carlisle along with his son Clayton Kirk.
Correspondence regarding the return of Nora and Geneva Jameson from the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request to return Seldon Kirk to his home before he is transferred to a school in Phoenix, Arizona. Also included is the correspondence regarding the request of Rev. Jesse Kirk for the transfer.