Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists new employees (Edith S. Prince) and those who have left the school (William Davies). The report includes position title, salary, date of departure, and reason for departure.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards James R. Wheelock's application for a 22-day annual leave of absence. Wheelock works as a band leader.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the Librarian salary is $600 rather than $480 since the position now falls under the Civil Service.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that assistant seamstresses Beckie L. Goodyear and E. Corbett have been absent from work. For the time being, Goodyear is being replaced by a temporary employee and Corbett's work is being done by various assistants.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to replace the pipes which provide water to the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt follows up on his previous letter stating an additional need for increasing the size of pipes which deliver water to the Carlisle Indian School.
Colonel Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists irregular employees who worked at the school during March 1904. The report includes details on compensation, position titles, race, and the number of days worked during that month.
Richard H. Pratt submits a statement of cost form that lists the total amounts for subsistence, clothing, school materials and furnishings, light and fuel, miscellaneous expenses, new buildings and repairs, the value of subsistence raised by schools and issued to pupils, and pay for regular and...
S. L. Diven, the school physician, compiles the sanitary report for the quarter ending on March 31, 1904.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Beckie L. Goodyear's request for a 24-day leave of absence to take care of her sick mother. Goodyear works as an assistant seamstress.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to purchase materials and employ specialized labor to erect a double cottage for employees along with the School's labor. Pratt asks that his request be approved immediately in order to complete the building before the end of the fiscal year. Pratt also...
Richard Henry Pratt forwards W. H. Miller's application for a 31-day annual leave of absence. Miller works as a financial clerk.
Superintendent Richard H. Pratt requests a supply of two dozen different articles of stationery used by the United States Indian Affairs division of the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1905.
Richard Henry Pratt compiles a report with remarks regarding employees' efficiency, conduct, behavior, dress, health, attitude towards children, and notes on any special skills. The report also lists employees' salaries and position titles.
Cynthia Webster requests Richard Henry Pratt's assistance in securing a new teaching position in the Indian Service. Pratt forwards the letter along with his recommendation.
Estimate of funds for the fourth quarter of 1904 amounting to $30,516.91 for support of the school, $13,447.50 of which is for regular employee pay.
Etta White requests a transfer in the Indian Service to a position with a higher salary than she is receiving at the Carlisle Indian School. Richard Henry Pratt forwards the letter with his approval and recommendation.
Eugene Estoppey, inquires about his dismissal as a cook from the Carlisle Indian School on short notice and his salary for the final month.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Frances A. Veitch's request for a 23-day leave of absence because of a death in the family. Veitch works as an assistant matron.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Frank F. Reising's request for a 23-day annual leave of absence. Reising works as a teacher.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request of Eugene Estoppey into the reasons for his dismissal as a cook at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request to return Charles King to his home.
Louise Hoye requests to have Domingo Dikit enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School rather than the Saint Francis Indian Academy in Eddington, Pennsylvania. Included is correspondence from Hoye and the Bureau of Insular Affairs regarding Dikit's situation.
Edgar A. Allen forwards the proposals of the Carlisle Indian School to furnish tinware to the Office of Indian Affairs. Allen notes that the tinware produced by the School is superior to manufactured goods as it is handmade and that he has also sent samples to the Office.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a report on former students of the Carlisle Indian School to Estelle Reel.