William A. Mercer responds to the report of W. S. Olive, Special U.S. Indian Agent, regarding unaccounted funds. Mercer states that the nature of the Athletic Funds means they should not be run through the Indian Office and he is willing to resign his position if it means complying with...
Major William A. Mercer submits a withdrawal of resignation letter from Scott J. Porter and the renomination of his position at the school.
William Mercer submits the Monthly School Report of the Carlisle Indian School for February 1907.
Wilson Charles submits his resignation as assistant carriagemaker at the Carlisle Indian School.
William A. Mercer submits a report that lists new employees (Elizabeth Sloan) as well as those who have left the school (Wilson Charles). These reports include personal information about those being hired as well as reasons for departure for those leaving. Pratt also forwards Sloan's oath of...
William A. Mercer further responds to the report of W. S. Olive regarding work done on Coach Glenn "Pop" Warner's car as well as various funds not officially accounted for by requesting authority for expenditures.
Superintendent W. A. Mercer forwards School Physician Ferdinand Shoemaker's certification of Kate S. Bowersox's illness during her leave of absence. Bowersox works as a principal teacher.
Major W. A. Mercer requests a six-month supply of request for leave forms used by the United States Indian Affairs division of the Department of the Interior.
William A. Mercer requests authority to pay for the services and articles furnished by the undertaker related to the burial of Clarissa Winnie (here Clarissa Winne).
William A. Mercer clarifies his decision to withhold the money at the Carlisle Indian School of Amos Thomas. Mercer outlines the steps to determine the decision to forfeit the money.
William A. Mercer requests voucher to pay for the services of local Carlisle doctors in the treatment of Clarissa Winnie.
W. A. Mercer forwards matron Sadie F. Robertson's application for a 5-day annual leave of absence.
William A. Mercer responds to an inquiry from the Office of Indian Affairs regarding the request of Charles H. Dickson, Supervisor in Charge of the Chamberlain Indian School, to enroll Wallace Tyndall as a student.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that John F. Mackey is the only clerk at Carlisle who desires a transfer to the Indian Office. Mercer states that Laura B. Holderby of the Indian Office is willing to transfer to Carlisle and requests the opportunity to talk with her before...
William A. Mercer submits the report of farm statistics for the 1906 calendar year along with a list of farm tools, stock, and buildings. Mercer also includes a map showing the school farms and other "Indian School Lands."
Flora M. Newman requests a transfer to the position of seamstress in the Indian Service. William A. Mercer forwards the letter along with his recommendation that the request be granted due to her performance as an assistant matron.
William A. Mercer requests early information regarding the Jamestown Exposition Indian Office exhibit. Mercer requests to be allowed to use newer photographs in addition to those taken by Frances Benjamin Johnston along with using Navajo blankets to decorate the wall.
J. R. Wise forwards to the Office of Indian Affairs correspondence related to the shipment of the Carlisle Indian School to the Jamestown Exposition which was lost in transit. Included is a list of items shipped along with an assigned monetary value along with the suggestion of the...
William A. Mercer requests the Office of Indian Affairs send him the examination papers Gillett, Taylor, and Smith for teacher of agriculture.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has expelled Charles Lydick and requests approval.
Superintendent W. A. Mercer forwards School Physician Ferdinand Shoemaker's certification of Ella G. Hill's illness during her leave of absence. Hill works as a laundry manager.
Major W. A. Mercer requests a six-month supply of two dozen estimate of funds forms used by the United States Indian Affairs division of the Department of the Interior.
William A. Mercer submits a "Special" Estimate of Funds form for $2,343.26 for the transportation of 11 Hopi students and to build a cottage for the school's physician. An explanatory cover letter is included.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Flora M. Newman declines transfer to the Southern Ute Agency on account of the distance.
Flora M. Newman informs William A. Mercer that she is declining the position of seamstress at the Southern Ute school and is instead residing in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Mercer states that Newman will only accept a transfer to a position not farther than Wisconsin or Minnesota.