This document contains a letter concerning the death of Charles Duncan.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the disciplining of William Thomas for fighting with another student.
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment status of Kiutus Jim. It was determined that Jim should be allowed to work to earn money to pay for his transportation back to his home through the outing system.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Oscar H. Lipps that Meredith Crooks remain at Carlisle until Crooks could secure funds to reimburse the school for transportation to and from the school.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by John Abbott to have his brother Charles White Horn, a student at Carlisle, visit him while Abbott was in Washington, D.C.
This document contains two newspaper clippings and a poster from the "Carlisle Indian Base Ball Club," a cross country-tour baseball team led by Kate J. Becker. It also features correspondence between Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps, Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs...
This document contains correspondence concerning the death of Joseph Johnson.
This document contains correspondence concerning Albert Foster and his diagnosis with tuberculosis. He was referred to the Sac and Fox Sanatorium for treatment.
These files include correspondence regarding a request of Juan Herrera to have his sister Josephine Herrera, who was attending public school in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, enroll in the Carlisle School. Permission was denied as a result her option to attend a public school.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by William Obern to have his two sons, Luke and Lawrence, sent home on vacation.
Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps requests approval of an agreement between the school and J. Webster Henderson to rent a small tract of land adjoining the school for fiscal year 1917.
Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt asks Lipps to return the contract an oath of...
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Liddia Jessaun to have her son Joseph returned home. Jessaun's request was denied with the explanation that Joseph's term of enrollment had one more year and that an additional year of industrial training as a tailor would be of...
These materials include correspondence regarding the participation of the Carlisle Indian School band in the Preparedness Parade in Washington, D.C. The parade was designed to be a show of patriotism, and the Interior Department wanted to have a strong presence. Also included in the...
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Elsie H. Lenher to have information about how to enroll someone in the Carlisle Indian School.
This document contains correspondence concerning the preparation of students for vocational work. Statistics outlining students prepared for each year of vocational training are included.
This document contains correspondence requesting the return home of six students from the Pine Ridge Agency who were diagnosed with tuberculosis.
These materials include a letter regarding Victor Kelley's request for Amanda Williams to be transferred to the Sherman Institute from Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence regarding an application in duplicate that was sent in error to the Indian Office.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to by Congressman Charles D. Carter to enroll Herbert S. Burgevin in the Carlisle Indian School. Burgevin was permitted to enroll under the condition that his traveling expenses and tuition be paid.
This document contains correspondence concerning the student account of Eugene Jones.
Note: The student also went by the name Eugene Jimerson.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by R. C. Stearnes, the Superintendent of Public Institution in Virginia, about enrolling a member of the Pamunkey Nation in an Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Charles A. Thompson to enroll an Alaskan Native who had attended public school in Port Townsend, Washington.
This material includes correspondence concerning an altercation between field agent D. H. Dickey and Victor Passano during a summer outing, and Passano's attempt to bring legal suit against Dickey. Passano had fought with Thomas Montoya, a Carlisle student on outing, and Dickey separated the two...
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment of Jefferson Perry.
These materials include correspondence and government documents related to the application for enrollment of Arney Kah-o-sed in the Carlisle School.