These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Holmes Colbert for more information about enrolling his son, Overton Colbert, in the Carlisle Indian School following his graduation from the Murray Agricultural School.
The Musolaphone Corporation writes to Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells to invite him to a presentation of their "sound transmission" equipment and "educational talking pictures." Musolaphone informs Sells that they will be holding a voting contest of the schools in Carlisle, and the winner will receive a free installation of their…
These materials include correspondence regarding a trip for Arnold Holliday to visit his uncle Henry Holliday in Washington D. C.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request to return Francis Obern to his home from Carlisle.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps requests funds from the Department of the Interior for the fourth quarter of 1914.
These materials include correspondence concerning the transfer of money in John J. Campbell's account to the Sisseton Indian School in Sisseton, South Dakota.
These materials include correspondence and legal documents regarding the 1914 internal and Congressional investigations into Superintendent Moses Friedman and Chief Clerk Siceni J. Nori of the Carlisle Indian School. Included is copied and original correspondence regarding the resignation of Friedman and Nori, legal discussions regarding…
Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps provides a list of employees that do not have quarters at the school and therefore have to rent or own their own living spaces in the town of Carlisle. He informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that many of these employees cannot afford their living expenses on their current…
This material includes documents regarding Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps' request for authorization to pay students to work on the farm over the summer.
State Normal School History and Social Service Professor S. H. Dodson applies for the Superintendency at the Carlisle Indian School. Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt informs Dodson that the position is only open to the executive civil service, so he is not eligible.
Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that the "Indian Moneys Proceeds Labor" and "Indian School Transportation" accounts are exhausted and requests funds to fill these accounts.
Assistant Commissioner E. B. Meritt informs Lipps that the funds are being issued on May…
Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps requests authority from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to spend $100.00 "for general school purposes."
Cato Sells requests the Carlisle Indian School print various form letters for use in the Citizenship Essay Contest. Sells includes one of the form letters.
Aaron Bourbonnais requests that his daughter, Isabel Bourbonnais, be sent to his new home in New Mexico rather than their previous home in Oklahoma.
United States Senator Miles Poindexter forwards high school principal Bruce Bartholomew's application for an appointment to the Carlisle Indian School to Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells. Sells informs Poindexter that principal and teacher positions are executive civil service positions, and that Bartholomew would have to apply through…
Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps encloses correspondence involving the school, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the Gettysburg & Harrisburg Railway Company to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Second Assistant Commissioner C. F. Hauke then forwards the enclosed correspondence, which revolves around the…
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Congressman Carter D. Moore to send material concerning the Carlisle Indian School to Jackson Moore.
C. E. Cahel complains to the Bureau of Indian Affairs that students attending the Hogansburg Indian School were being prevented from applying to the Carlisle Indian School. Cahel claims that Hogansburg school officials refused to sign students' application forms for Carlisle.
Supervisor in Charge Oscar H. Lipps informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that The Report of the Joint Congressional Investigating Committee found that a "large percentage" of the student body have trachoma. Lipps requests that the Commissioner sends one of his special trachoma physicians to the school.
Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps requests $100 for Indian Moneys, Proceeds of Labor. Lipps also forwards how he spent that $100 and requests another $100 under authority 56002.
Supervisor in Charge of the Carlisle Indian School Oscar H. Lipps requests funds for the fourth quarter of 1914. He later requests that that the request for $1,000 for "Industrial Work and Care of Timber, 1914, (Field Matrons)" be removed.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Elvira Anderson to have her daughter, Melissa Anderson, returned home.
These materials include a request by W. F. Graham for a copy of the final report of the 1914 Congressional Investigation into the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence and a resolution regarding the YMCA Middle Atlantic Student Conference of 1914. A delegation of four Carlisle Indian School students attended the conference, and adopted resolutions "for the betterment, elevating and promoting Christian fellowship of the Indian Race."
These materials include a request by Albert N. Stecher for a copy of the final report of the 1914 Congressional Investigation into the Carlisle Indian School.