Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Etta Knickerbacker has accepted the position of Outing Matron. Pratt also forwards a request of Superintendent Brown in replacing Knickerbacker with Mrs. Pierson of Petoskey, Michigan.
Richard H. Pratt recommends that Delia Webster be appointed as the assistant matron at the Greenwood School in South Dakota. Pratt forwards Webster's application to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and endorses her in his cover letter.
Richard Henry Pratt provides information on Earl Sweeney to the Office of Indian Affairs.
Richard Henry Pratt proposes to the Office of Indian Affairs to revert the Outing Matron title back to Matron with the appointment of Etta Knickerbacker. Pratt states that an assistant matron will take on the outing duties.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Enoch M. Sherry and Amos R. Frank have not reported to the Carlisle Indian School as ordered.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Amos Frank has reported for duty.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from G. M. Philips regarding former student Dahney George finding a position as an Assistant Teacher in the Indian Service.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has received a message from Enoch M. Sherry that he will leave for Carlisle shortly.
Lt. Colonel Richard H. Pratt submits a report thats lists new employees (Frank T. Reising, Frances R. Scales, William Davies, Emma H. Foster, Genus E. Baird, Amos R. Frank, and Enoch M. Sherry), those that have left the school (Samuel J. Brown, Flora Laird, O. H. Bakeless, and Jessie W. Cook),...
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Joseph C. Hart, Superintendent of the Oneida Indian School, regarding three former Carlisle students who desire to enroll at Flandreau.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Etta Knickerbacker's letter declining to come to Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to have Dr. O. O. Benson reinstated to the Indian Service and appointed as a physician to the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt updates the Office of Indian Affairs that Etta Knickerbacker is unable to report to the Carlisle Indian School to fill the matron position. Pratt requests to search outside the Civil Service list to fill the position.
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 H. Pratt submits the corrected report that lists irregular employees who worked at the school during August 1902. The report includes details on compensation, position titles, race, and the number of days worked during that month. Pratt also includes irregular employee George White who...
Richard Henry Pratt forwards fifty-one reports on leave of absence for several employees: Agnes May Robbins (teacher), Elizabeth E. Forster (drawing teacher), Etta S. Fortney (assistant laundress), Kate S. Bowersox (normal teacher), Beckie L. Goodyear (assistant seamstress), Mary E. Lininger (...
Richard Henry Pratt forwards certificates of attendance at summer school for twelve employees: Flora Laird (teacher), Emma A. Cutter (senior teacher), Mariette Wood (teacher), Fanny G. Paull (teacher), Carrie E. Weekley (teacher), Edith McHarg Steele (librarian), Jeannette L. Senseney (music...
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Outing Agent Anne S. Ely's request for a 30 day leave of absence.
Richard H. Pratt requests that Margaret Roberts (teacher) is granted an additional six days unpaid leave of absence for the death of her sister.
Major Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists irregular employees who worked at the school during September 1902. The report includes details on compensation, position titles, race, and the number of days worked during that month.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Hospital Cook Sara Pierre's request for a 30-day leave of absence to attend nursing school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Richard Henry Pratt provides correspondence and documents related to a request to return Lizzie and Nancy Chubb to their home. Their father in particular objects to them being sent out to work on the outing program and notes that they are sick.
S. L. Diven, the school physician, compiles the sanitary report for the quarter ending on September 30, 1902.
Edgar A. Allen informs the Office of Indian Affairs of the average attendance for the quarter ending September 30, 1902 was 874.3 and the remaining number of students at Carlisle was 882.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the request of John Charging Hawk by noting that there is no student by that name at Carlisle.