These materials include correspondence and an appointment form regarding Henderson Long's declination of his appointment as fireman at the Carlisle Indian School. Long declined his position after learning that the price of employee boarding at the school was too high for him to afford on the...
These materials include an appointment order for Elizabeth Searight as Assistant Seamstress at the Carlisle Indian School.
Baker Goliath Bigjim submits his resignation to Superintendent William A. Mercer in order to take another position elsewhere. Acting Superintendent J. R. Wise informs Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee of Bigjim's resignation and notes that a "recommendation for filling the...
Superintendent William A. Mercer states that there is an urgent need to hire a new teacher as a result of Sarah E. Gedney's transfer to the Bureau of Forestry.
Chief Clerk of the Department of the Interior F. M. Conser informs Mercer that the Civil Service Commission requested a list of...
These materials include correspondence regarding whether or not Julia Powlas Wheelock, formerly a student at the Carlisle Indian School, was eligible to fill a Teacher vacancy there.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to approve of return home of Leo Starr from the Carlisle Indian School.
This material includes correspondence concerning a teaching vacancy at the Carlisle Indian School, for which Ella Petoskey, a graduate from 1904, had been an applicant.
These materials include the appointment order for Henderson Long as Fireman at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding pending certification of Minerva Shultz and Flora McCartey for qualification as assistant laundress at the Carlisle Indian School.
This document contains correspondence concerning applications for annuity from Hastings Robertson, Nellie Robertson, and Dora La Belle.
These materials include correspondence regarding a report from W. A. Mercer to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs on the death of Henry Fox, a member of the Pawnee Nation. The report further indicates Fox's body was returned to his home in Pawnee, Oklahoma.
Assistant Matron Anna C. Grove resigns from her position to take care of her ill mother. Superintendent William A. Mercer forwards Grove's resignation to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and recommends that Assistant Matron Estelle M. Armstrong be promoted. Mercer also requests that an...
These materials include correspondence regarding the creation of an Assistant Disciplinarian position at the Carlisle Indian School. The Assistant Disciplinarian was intended to work at night in the Large Boys Quarters, and was designed to be held by a recent graduate.
These materials include a letter from William A. Mercer informing the Bureau of Indian Affairs that, under orders from the War Department, he was departing for a physical examination and cavalry test. Assistant Superintendent J. R. Wise was placed inc harge of the school during Mercer's absence...
Superintendent William A. Mercer forwards Assistant Carpenter William H. H. Austin's resignation to Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee and notes that there is no urgent need to hire a replacement. Commissioner Larrabee accepts the resignation and agrees with Mercer's request.
These materials include correspondence regarding the return of Blanche L. Shay to her home in Old Town, Maine from the Carlisle Indian School.
This material includes correspondence about a vacant fireman position which the administration was hoping to fill by a former student of the school, and about a vacant position as a teacher of mechanical drawing.
These materials include a letter notifying the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that no eligible applicants were currently available for the vacant position as Teacher in Mechanical Drawing at the Carlisle Indian School.
This material includes newspaper articles alleging that the Carlisle Football Team had been using professional players during the season, and correspondence from members of the Bureau of Indian Affairs answering the charges.
This material includes correspondence concerning charges brought against a member of Carlisle's football team in a Philadelphia newspaper.
This material includes correspondence concerning the departure and request to return home of James M. Parsons.
This document contains a letter responding to public charges made against the Carlisle Football Team concerning the eligibility of certain members. The letter discusses terms and lengths of student enrollment, the use of athletic funds in Carlisle's budget, and the academic responsibilities of...
These materials include a telegram from William Stimpel that he accepts his appointment as Disciplinarian at the Carlisle Indian School.
Carlisle Indian School William A. Mercer informs the Commissioner of Affairs that nurse Alice Guess, who transferred from Haskell Institute, is late in reporting for duty in Carlisle.
Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee informs Mercer that Guess will lose pay after Miss...
This document contains correspondence concerning a check from Harvard for a football game with Carlisle. The check, for $11,433.81, reflects half of the net receipts for the annual Harvard-Carlisle football game. The correspondence also explains how the Harvard-Carlisle game was organized by...