Richard Henry Pratt forwards assistant seamstress Lizzie C. Jacobs' application for a 27-day annual leave of absence.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards seamstress Carrie E. Hulme's application for a 27-day annual leave of absence.
Major Richard H. Pratt and Assistant Superintendent A. J. Standing submit a report that lists irregular employees who worked at the school during June 1899. The report includes details on compensation, position titles, race, and the number of days worked during that month. An explanatory cover letter is also included, which mentions that John…
William R. Bushby, the Chief of the Education Division of the Civil Service Commission, forwards to the Secretary of the Interior a list of three women (Esther Ropenstein, Inga Erickson, Marion Gibbes) who are eligible to fill the vacant clerk position at the Carlisle Indian School. The list includes the candidates' names, addresses, and their…
Major Richard H. Pratt requests a six-month supply of two dozen different blank administrative forms used by the United States Indian Affairs division of the Department of the Interior.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that Clara L. Smith be transferred from her position as a teacher at Fort Shaw to Carlisle at $540 per year.
Alfred John Standing forwards contracts for building materials for enlarging a school building at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Anna S. Luckenbach's application for a 15 day leave of absence. Luckenbach works as a clerk.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards laundry manager Ella G. Hill's application for a 27 day leave of absence.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards assistant clerk Annie M. Morton's application for a 30-day annual leave of absence.
J. D. Sowerby (teacher) sends a letter to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs requesting he direct A. J. Standing (acting superintendent) to pay him for the remaining 5-days leave of absence for making the trip to Round Valley, California. Sowerby received orders to report to Round Valley immediately on July 6, and he requested an extension for…
John T. Doyle, the Secretary of the Civil Service Commission, forwards to the Secretary of the Interior a list of four women (Ettie S. Fortney, Ella Albert, Jennie Wolf, and Lizzie James) who are eligible to fill the vacant assistant laundress position at the Carlisle Indian School. The list includes the candidate's name, address, and their…
Richard Henry Pratt forwards band manager James R. Wheelock's application for a 25-day annual leave of absence.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards ten employees' certificates of attendance at various summer schools: Emma A. Cutter (senior teacher), Mariette Wood (teacher), Florence M. Carter (teacher), Jennie P. Cochran (teacher), Fanny G. Paull (teacher), Bessie Barclay (teacher), Rebecca J. Sawyer (teacher), Jeannette L. Senseney (teacher), W. Grant Thompson…
Charles Butler requests to be given permission to be returned home from the Carlisle Indian School.
Major Richard H. Pratt and Assistant Superintendent A. J. Standing submits oaths of office from two newly appointed employees: Ella Albert (assistant laundress) and Etta S. Fortney (assistant laundress).
Richard Henry Pratt forwards assistant clerk Annie Kowuni's application for a 26-day annual leave of absence.
These materials include a descriptive statement of pupils regarding 8 individuals sent to the Carlisle Indian School from the Pima Agency in Arizona.
S. L. Diven, the school physician, compiles the monthly sanitary report for July 1899.
Walter P. Brownlow requests to have some children from Rogersville, Tennessee enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School.
Alfred John Standing corrects the spelling of Ellen R. Dorsett and Roma F. Ewbank to the Office of Indian Affairs.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards assistant matron Prudence Miles' application for a 28-day annual leave of absence.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards teacher Fannie I. Peter's application for a 28-day annual leave of absence.
Alfred John Standing responds to a request to return Lyman Lay to his home.
Alfred John Standing forwards voucher of H. C. Barton for expenses incurred while Thomas Walker was on outing at Barton's home.