Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman encloses and endorses two bill claims from the American Laundry Machinery Company and the Crane Company.
These materials include materials related to a request by James Riley Wheelock to have his brother, Hugh Wheelock, released from the Carlisle Indian School. James claimed that his brother was being held at the school to prevent him from playing in Wheelock's band, and to make him play for the Carlisle football team. James further claimed that…
These materials include correspondence regarding two Alaskan individuals, George Cushing and Charles Foster, brought to the Carlisle Indian School by William Foster. Both boys desired to enroll in the Carlisle Indian School.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman encloses and endorses a bill claim for $2.50 from the Crane Company.
This material includes correspondence regarding Henry Ankle, his location, and his status as a student at Carlisle.
Superintendent Moses Friedman requests authorization to spend $400 for fiscal year 1913 in order to pay the lease of the Henderson Tract, which is used for "pasture and other purposes."
Dr. Rachel R. Williams informs Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman that, for a fee of $100, she could come to the school for a week to lecture on personal hygiene to small groups of female students. Friedman forwards Williams' letter to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and praises the value of her talks to the students last…
The "Mission Study Class" member James Keating asks the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for information on "Denominational Missionary Work" and for the name of the Carlisle Indian School Superintendent. Commissioner R. G. Valentine sends Keating copies of the Commissioner's Annual Report for 1909, 1910, and 1911 and informs him that the…
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman encloses a contract with the United Electric Company for electricity for industrial motors and another contract for the rental of the Henderson Farm.
Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Hauke returns the electricity contract and points out various issues with it. He refuses to…
This document contains correspondence concerning a request by Patrick Verney to access the accounts of his deceased wife, Grace Kieh.
These materials contain correspondence referencing positive experiences of a patron and student on the outing system at Carlisle.
This material includes letters and articles about the success of Jim Thorpe at the Stockholm Olympics. This includes a newspaper article as well as a personal letter of congratulations from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
These materials include correspondence notifying Samuel Dana that his application for admission to the Carlisle Indian School was referred to the Superintendent of the School.
Moses Friedman forwards the request of Charles H. Kutz, Chairman of the Patriotic Order Sons of America Committee, to use the Carlisle Indian School dormitory buildings for accommodating delegates of the State Patriotic Order Sons of America delegates. Some newspaper clippings about the group are also included. Friedman asks that the request be…
This material includes correspondence regarding the enrollment of Edward Whalen to the Carlisle Indian School. Whalen attended the Pipestone Indian School before coming to Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to enroll Jose Gonzalo at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to enroll Harold E. Bruce at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Josephine Hufford to enter a non-reservation Indian School in order to continue her education.
The Manager of the B. Nicoll & Company acknowledges receipt of a contract from Carlisle Indian School Superintendent John Francis Jr. to furnish the school 100 tons of coal and informs Francis that they cannot sign it because the contract states that they are a corporation when they are not. The Manager would still like to sell the school…
Postcard featuring Jim Thorpe throwing a shotput. Back highlights the date of the parade honoring Thorpe and Lewis Tewanima.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Mrs. E. A. Pierce to enroll her granddaughter Lois Cook at the Carlisle Indian School, where her sister Esther Cook was also enrolled.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to Elizabeth Webster to take courses at the commercial department of the Carlisle Indian School.
Invitation to a reception honoring Olympic Athletes Jim Thorpe and Lewis Tewanima and an envelope addressed to L. B. Harnish
Program for the reception honoring Jim Thorpe, Lewis Tewanmia, and Glenn Warner. Includes the list of participants, route of the parade, and the schedule.
These materials include correspondence notifying David Sopin that his application for admission to the Carlisle Indian School was referred to the Superintendent of the School.