Richard Henry Pratt inquires of the Office of Indian Affairs if Miss Rice of the Phoenix Indian School will come to the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding Miss Rice and asks that the Office send two from the Civil Service to report no later than March 15, 1900.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to pay for the additional electric light required for the schoolhouse addition.
Dahney E. George, a member of the Cherokee nation and Carlisle graduate, applies to be a teacher in the Indian Service, preferably at her home in North Carolina.
Richard H. Pratt forwards George's application to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and endorses her in his cover letter. Assistant Matron Mary E. Campbell also endorses George…
Richard Henry Pratt forwards the outcome of a board of survey convened on March 12, 1900.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to purchase 60 embroidered band caps. Pratt notes that the band uniforms were produced at the school, but the caps are standard army caps with a harp and the words "Carlisle Indian Band" on them.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Lida Jones has reported for duty as a teacher. Asks if additional teacher will be report by March 16, 1900.
Richard Henry Pratt provides information and a recommendation for Minnie Finley to be a teacher in the Indian Service.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to enroll Robert Depoe in order to allow him to attend the Carlisle High School as well as participate as a member of the band during the possible visit to Paris.
Program listing for the 1900 commencement exercises of the Carlisle Indian School. The program lists student performances, school colors, the names of graduating students along with the words to the school song, "Comrades All."
Richard Henry Pratt forwards letter from Lydia Dittes requesting his assistance in securing the principal teacher at the White Earth Agency School. Pratt includes his recommendation.
John T. Doyle, the Secretary of the Civil Service Commission, forwards to the Secretary of the Interior a man who is eligible to fill the vacant assistant disciplinarian position at the Carlisle Indian School. Acting Secretary Thomas Ryan refers the list to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Note: The report itself was missing when…
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the Carlisle Indian School can produce five buck boards at a cost of $57 each delivered to the New York Warehouse.
Anna S. Luckenbach requests a transfer to the Phoenix School as a clerk following the retirement of Miss Bourassa. Richard Henry Pratt forwards the request along with his recommendation.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a report from school physician S. L. Diven regarding the health of a recent class of students.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to purchase 20,000 bricks on the open market as no bids were previously received.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs inquiry regarding Fannie Harris' application for a position in the Indian Service.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a request from Sara E. Smith for a transfer or an increase in salary. Pratt recommends increasing her salary and if she is not happy then he endorses her transfer.
Richard H. Pratt forwards Jessie W. Cook's request to visit and study the public schools in Boston, Massachusetts. Cook works as a teacher.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards bids received for 3000 pounds of granulated sugar and 1000 pounds of rice to the Office of Indian Affairs.
Cover letter of report correcting the legal residences of various employees of the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to turn over the Carlise Indian School Band instruments to the government accounting in order to reimburse the charity funds. Pratt also details the history of how he acquired instruments for the band.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to change the salary of one of his assistant disciplinarians for the remainder of the fiscal year.
Richard H. Pratt compiles a report with remarks regarding employees' efficiency, conduct, behavior, dress, health, kindness towards children, and notes on any special skills. The report also lists employees' positions.
Major Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists irregular employees who worked at the school during March 1900. The report includes details on compensation, position titles, race, and the number of days worked during that month.