Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to spend $400 from the "Indian School, Carlisle, Pa., 1912" account for fiscal year 1912.
These materials include correspondence concerning Anona M. Crowe and her request to use her school funds for personal use.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from A. M. Venne to have his sister, Ernestine Venne, sent to the Chilocco School in Oklahoma rather than returned to North Dakota following her graduation from the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Dr. E. L. Clark to enroll at the Carlisle Indian School his two young children, as well as the son of a nephew. Clark's request was denied due to the age of the children and their close proximity to public schools.
These materials include correspondence regarding a list of students to be returned to their homes at the completion of the school term in 1912.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman compliments Commissioner of Indian Affairs R. G. Valentine on his commitment to employing Indians in the Indian Service whenever they can pass the civil service examinations. Friedman believes that this will give Indians "confidence and ambition" and that employing Indians will be "the…
These materials include correspondence between the Gaumont Company and the Bureau of Indian Affairs about filming done at the Carlisle Indian School. The correspondence mostly discusses a complimentary roll of the film that was provided to the Bureau. The filming reportedly included shots of Carlisle's three athletes selected to participate in…
These materials contain correspondence related to the death of Charles Packineau and the return home of his body.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman forwards a list of bills from the unobligated balance of the Repairs and Improvements fund that have now been paid. Second Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Hauke forwards his office's records for the same fund.
This document contains correspondence notifying the Commissioner of Indian Affairs of the death of James Pawnee Leggins. The correspondence also mentions the continued illness of two other students, Louise Bluesky and James Catfish, with tuberculosis.
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment status of students impacted by changing school admissions policies. The list includes students whose homes were within close proximity to public schools, who were over the age of 24, and those making slow academic progress.
These materials incldue a request from Marjorie Armstrong, of the University of Minnesota, for information about the Carlisle Indian School and other government-run schools. The request was fielded by United States Senator Moses E. Clapp.
Superintendent Moses Friedman informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that a fire broke out in a closet underneath the auditorium overnight on May 9 and caused an estimated $250 of damage. Friedman issues a circular to all school employees in charge of buildings "to clear any debris or inflammable material." Friedman issues a lengthier…
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Russell B. Harrison for information related to the admission requirements for the Indian Schools. Harrison was sent information related to the Carlisle Indian School.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman encloses and endorses a letter form John White, manager of Ehrets Slag Roofing, requesting to be paid.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request for Adeline Boutang to visit her cousin in Washington D. C. Superintendent Moses Friedman denied her request.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by John Jackson to return to his home due to his eyes.
These materials include correspondence regarding the Alumni Association of the Carlisle Indian School including its new constitution, a new building in Carlisle, and other news.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman encloses a bill for roofing from the Warren-Ehret Company.
This document contains correspondence concerning the closure of the student accounts of two deceased students, Wilson Carpenter (Seneca) and Marie Hutchinson (Chippewa).
This document contains a letter concerning the death of Marie Hutchinson.
The Acting President of the Civil Service Commissioner informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that non-competitive civil service exams are held for too long of a period of time at Carlisle. Second Assistant Commissioner C. F. Hauke directs Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman to plan his examinations further in advance and…
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by the parents of Elsie Rabbit to have her returned home for at least the summer vacation. Rabbit's parents also state that she was enrolled at Carlisle without their consent and that her health was poor.
Representative J. A. M. Adair informs Commissioner of Indian Affairs Robert G. Valentine that the conductor of the Carlisle Indian School band owes money to one of his constituents, W. G. Carey. Adair asks what jurisdiction the band is under and how to make sure that a payment is made. Carlisle Superintendent Moses Friedman informs Valentine…
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that the industrial training at the school is "of a very high order," but that the girls' industries could be improved. Additionally, he refers to several requests that he's made for additional equipment for boys' and girls' industries.