Supervisor of the Fifth District Charles F. Peirce provides an Inspection Report about the Carlisle Indian School. Peirce states that the dormitories need new floors, that the partially installed vacuum system makes it impossible to properly heat the buildings, and that the toilet and lavatory facilities are the "poorest" he's ever seen.
These materials include correspondence regarding students' heritage. Specifically, officials sought information on students' blood quantum, as changing policy barred the enrollment of students considered to have less than one-fourth degree Indian blood. Also included are total enrollment statistics for the beginning of 1912.
This document contains reports and correspondence about eye examinations of Carlisle's students, performed in 1912. Included are statistics and lists of students in need of specific eye treatments, as well as recommendations on preventing further eye infections from spreading through the school.
These materials includes correspondence regarding students who were sent to the Mount Alto Sanitarium in Pennsylvania to recover from tuberculosis.
This document contains correspondence concerning the results of student eye examinations, performed by Dr. Daniel White in 1912. The results stated that 396 students had no eye problems, 190 had trachoma, 5 had follicular conjunctivites, and 29 had conujunctivites.
These materials include an excerpt of Charles F. Peirce's inspection report of January 1912, and Superintendent Moses Friedman's responses to his recommendations. Friedman rejected many of Peirce's recommendations regarding the chain of authority and command at the school. Other recommendations, focused on industrial curricula and student…
Program for the 1911 Athletic Celebration and presentation of the C's. Includes the records for the athletic teams, team photos, rosters, the school song, and the school yell.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Mary M. Redthunder to enroll her sisters Elizabeth and Martha in the Carlisle Indian School after receiving treatment from Dr. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
These materials include correspondence regarding a miscommunication regarding the role of Nora McFarland, the sister of Francis McFarland, as an interpreter.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from John E. Frey to enroll his son in the Carlisle Indian School. Frey's request was denied due to the age of his son, and because he lived within easy access to public schools in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman acknowledges receipt of authority approved for $100 for "Purchase and Transportation Indian Supplies, 1912" and requests authority for a modification of 8597. The initial request and approval are attached for "Purchase and Transportation Indian Supplies, 1912."
These materials include correspondence, financial documents, and legal documents regarding a request by Carlisle Superintendent Moses Friedman to give financial power of attorney to the school's financial clerk during Friedman's absences. The request was denied.
These materials include correspondence regarding an inquiry by C. F. Hauke, the Second Assistant in the Office of Indian Affairs, into the work of Elizabeth Fish. Hauke was informed that the only Fish from the Carlisle Indian School was attending the Holy Cross Academy.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from J. Louis Hill to enroll his son at Carlisle. The request was forwarded to the Bureau of Indian Affairs from the office of Congressman George Curry. Hill's request was denied because his son had access to the public school system where he lived.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Joseph Jocks to re-enroll at the Carlisle Indian School to complete is original period of enrollment after being sent home due to a change in policy. Jocks request was granted.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request by James Bearchilde to have his allotment sold in Montana and a farm near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania purchased with the proceeds.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from W. H. Lyons to have his daughter Rosa Lyons, a student at the Carlisle Indian School, to visit him in Washington D. C.
These materials include correspondence concerning Ella Mora, who requested to have her outing wages in her account sent to her.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to return William Foster to his home in Unga, Alaska.
These materials include correspondence concerning William Foster and his request to empty and close his account with the school.
Program for the 1912 commencement exercises of the Carlisle Indian School. The program includes student performances, the names and image of the graduating class and students who were awarded industrial certificates, the class motto and colors, and a lacrosse game against the University of Maryland. In addition, the program includes a number of…
Invitation to the 1912 commencement exercises of the Carlisle Indian School beginning on March 31, 1912.
Program for the 1912 commencement concert by the Carlisle Indian Band. The program also contains the names of the students in the band.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the transfer of Bessie and Jettie Eades from the Sherman Indian School to Carlisle.