John F. Mackey resigns as clerk at the Carlisle Indian School at the close of the 1907 fiscal year. William A. Mercer forwards the resignation to the Office of Indian Affairs with the recommendation that it be accepted.
William A. Mercer forwards the Oath of Disinterestedness for the lease of the Henderson Farm.
Sadie F. Robertson requests transfer from the Girl's Matron position at Carlisle to a school in the southwest preferably Albuquerque or Phoenix as either a principal teacher or teacher. William A. Mercer forwards the request along with additional information about the various transfers that have...
Major William A. Mercer submits report that lists new employee (C. W. Leib) and those who have left the school (Norman Egolf). The report includes position title, salary, date of departure, and reason for departure.
William A. Mercer provides an explanation to his request to pay the expenses of a runaway pupil from the Miscellaneous Receipts, Class IV rather than the appropriation.
William A. Mercer replies to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding changes to Carlisle Indian School employees.
Major W. A. Mercer forwards painter Charles H. Carns' application for a 26-day annual leave of absence.
Superintendent W. A. Mercer forwards carpenter John A. Herr's application for a 26-day annual leave of absence.
Superintendent W. A. Mercer and Principal teacher Kate S. Bowersox forward five requests for leave of absence for employees: Lizzie James (cook), Susan Zeamer (assistant seamstress), Amelia D. McMichael (teacher), M. I. Zeigler (harnessmaker), and W. S. Dysert (shoemaker). Included is an...
W. A. Mercer submits a "Special" Estimate of Funds form for $2,315.83 for the construction of a cottage for the school physician and the proceeds from a sale of harnesses.
Ella G. Hill declines her transfer due to the decrease in salary and requests information regarding the reason for her demotion. William A. Mercer forwards Hill's letter to the Office of Indian Affairs along with noting that Kate S. Bowersox accepted her transfer to the Haskell Institute as...
Correspondence regarding William A. Mercer's request to pay for the expenses incurred in the apprehension and return of a runaway student.
William A. Mercer requests the Office of Indian Affairs place Marguerite Fremont (here Margaret Fremont) on file for a position as assistant seamstress or seamstress in the Indian School Service. C. F. Larrabee follows up by noting that he is willing to nominate Fremont for the vacancy at the...
Correspondence regarding William A. Mercer's request for his action in dismissing Hester Harris be approved.
William A. Mercer submits plans and specifications for two-story double employee cottage to complete the appropriation for employees' cottage.
Major W. A. Mercer forwards assistant matron Elizabeth Chenoweth Sloan's request for a 7-day leave of absence.
Major William A. Mercer forwards Assistant Laundress Sarah E. Harry's application for a 9 day leave of absence, with the days being nonconsecutive. Mercer also includes a duplicate copy.
W. A. Mercer forwards senior teacher Emma A. Cutter's application for a 6-day leave of absence.
Sadie F. Robertson resigns her position as the girls matron at the Carlisle Indian School with a request to be reinstated as a teacher at another school in the next six months. William A. Mercer forwards the resignation to the Office of Indian Affairs.
William A. Mercer requests approval of his action to dismiss William Pappan.
Correspondence regarding William A. Mercer's request for clarification on obtaining agent certificates for enrolling students from New York.
W. A. Mercer forwards four applications for leave of absence for several employees: Bertha Canfield (seamstress), Anna Gogitney (teacher), Susie Rayos (teacher), and E. H. Colegrove (disciplinarian).
William A. Mercer provides an explanation for the voucher submitted for expenses of Fred W. Canfield related to the return of two runaway students.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he would prefer the Office not to send Milton I. Zeigler to inspect leather samples in Chicago. C. F. Larrabee replies that he will take the matter under consideration.
William A. Mercer requests authority to hire a quarryman to quarry stone who is familiar with dynamite for 120 days. Mercer notes that this position is needed to secure stone for buildings and for crushing to use in cement work and macadamizing roads.