Guide to the Richard Henry Pratt Papers (WA MSS S

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Yale University Library
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Yale Collection of Western Americana
Guide to the Richard Henry Pratt Papers
WA MSS S-1174
by Andrew Patterson
August 1972
Revised: 2010-02-10
New Haven, Connecticut
Copyright © 1996-2007 by the Yale University Library.
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Table of Contents
Paging Instructions
4
Overview
4
Administrative Information
4
Provenance
4
Information about Access
5
Ownership & Copyright
5
Cite As
5
RICHARD HENRY PRATT (1840-1924)
5
Description of the Papers
5
Collection Contents
7
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers, 1867-1924
7
INCOMING LETTERS
7
OUTGOING LETTERS
23
LETTERS OF OTHERS
27
OFFICIAL PAPERS
29
Series II. Family Correspondence, 1862-1956
30
NANA PRATT HAWKINS
30
ANNA LAURA PRATT
31
MASON DELANO PRATT
33
RICHARD HENRY PRATT
33
RICHARD HENRY PRATT, II
35
SARAH PRATT
35
GUY LeROY STEVICK
35
MARION PRATT STEVICK
35
Series III. Addresses, Diaries, Writings, and Notes, 1862-1953
37
ADDRESSES
37
ARTICLES
38
DIARIES
38
MANUSCRIPTS
39
The Indian No Problem (early draft),
39
The Indian No Problem (later draft),
39
Indian Trails,
39
Battlefield and Classroom,
39
NOTES
39
FAMILY WRITINGS
40
MANUSCRIPTS
40
Battlefield and Classroom
Series IV. Photographs and Drawings, 1875-1904
40
41
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PHOTOGRAPHS
41
NEGATIVES
42
DRAWINGS
42
Series V. Clippings and Miscellaneous Publications, 1874-1953
NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, ETC.
44
44
Carlisle School publications: annual reports, 3 items, 1890, 1899
44
The Arrow, 3 items , 1904, 1907
44
The Carlisle Arrow and Red Man, 5 items , 1917
44
The Carlisle Arrow and Red Man, 3 items , 1918
44
Catalogue of the Indian IndustrialSchool, 1 item , 1902
44
The Indian Helper, 3 items , 1897
44
Invitations, menus, programs, miscellaneous, 13 items, n.d.
44
The Morning Star, 1 item , 1883
44
Names of Graduates, 2 items , 1914
44
The Red Man, 1 item , 1896
44
The Red Man and Helper, 5 items , 1904
44
Magazines
44
Newspapers
44
PAMPHLETS AND SCRAPBOOKS
45
Series VI. Special Files, 1878-1963
46
Stand Alone Art Boxes
47
DRAWINGS BY ETAHDLEUH DOANMOE
Oversize
PHOTOGRAPHS AND DRAWINGS
Restricted Fragile
Access Terms
47
49
49
50
51
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Paging Instructions
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Overview
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WA MSS S-1174
Pratt, Richard Henry, 1840-1924.
Richard Henry Pratt papers
1862-1956
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
Total Boxes: 96
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
Other Storage Formats: Oversize, glass storage
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
Linear Feet: 21.43
SUMMARY:
FINDING AID LINK:
The collection includes letter-press books, writings, diaries, notes,
photographs, and drawings. The papers largely relate to Pratt's work with
and theories on the education of American Indians and his involvement with
the Carlisle Indian School. Included is material relating to the controversies
surrounding his work and much relating to Indians and Indian life in general.
There are a group of Indian photographs and drawings, and papers relating to
members of Pratt's family.
To cite or bookmark this finding aid, use the following address:
http://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/beinecke.pratt.
Administrative Information
Provenance
The Richard Henry Pratt Papers were the gift of Mrs. Samuel Clark Seelye, Edgar M. Hawkins, Jr., and Richard Pratt
Hawkins, 1959.
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Information about Access
This collection is open for research.
Restricted Fragile in box 34 may only be consulted with permission of the appropriate curator. Preservation photocopies or
photographic prints for reference use have been substituted in the main files.
This collection may be housed off-site at Yale’s Library Shelving Facility (LSF). To determine if all or part of this collection
is housed off-site please check the library’s online catalog, Orbis; material for which the location is given as “LSF” must be
requested 36 hours in advance. Please consult with Beinecke Access Services for more information.
Ownership & Copyright
The Richard Henry Pratt Papers are the physical property of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale
University. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. For further information,
consult the appropriate curator.
Cite As
Richard Henry Pratt Papers. Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
RICHARD HENRY PRATT (1840-1924)
Richard Henry Pratt devoted his life to public service, beginning as a soldier in the Civil War and later fighting Indians on the
frontier. It was on the frontier that Pratt came in contact with the American Indian and began developing the theories that
were to guide him throughout his life.
It was Pratt's belief that the American Indian, although leading a savage and uncivilized life, was fully capable of being
educated and absorbed into American society. Pratt gained support for this view when he commanded a group of seventytwo Indian prisoners at St. Augustine, Florida, in 1875. Through education and humane treatment, Pratt believed that even
the most "savage" of Indians might become educated and law abiding citizens.
Pratt's efforts resulted in the founding of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, in 1879. As head
of the school, Pratt stressed both academic and industrial education. He believed that if the Indian was to claim his rightful
place as an American citizen, he must renounce his tribal way of life, abandon the reservation, and seek education and
employment among the "best classes" of Americans.
During his superintendency of the Carlisle School, Pratt became an outspoken opponent of tribal segregation on
reservations. He believed that this system as administered and encouraged by the Indian Bureau was hindering the
education and civilization of the Indian and creating helpless wards of the state. These views inevitably led to conflicts with
the Indian Bureau and the government officials who supported the reservation system. Long standing animosities came
to a head in May of 1904 when Pratt strongly denounced the Indian Bureau and the reservation system as a hindrance to
the civilization and assimilation of the Indian. This controversy, coupled with earlier disputes with the government over civil
service reform, led to Pratt's forced retirement as superintendent of the Carlisle School in 1904. This did not, however, end
Pratt's long career as a crusader for Indian causes. A tireless speaker and letter writer, he waged a vigorous campaign for
the fair and humane treatment of the American Indian until his death in 1924.
Description of the Papers
The papers of Richard Henry Pratt provide valuable information on the still controversial question of the proper treatment of
the American Indian. The papers span Pratt's long career as an Army officer, educator, and crusader for Indian causes.
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The papers are divided into six series. Series I, General Correspondence and Official Papers (p. 7)consists of official
Army papers as well as Pratt's incoming and outgoing letters. Pratt made copies of most of his letters. These copies, either
carbons, drafts, or volumes of letterpress impressions, are filed chronologically as Outgoing Letters and provide a very
complete record of his letter writing. Incoming Letters are arranged alphabetically by author.
The main subject of Pratt's correspondence until 1904 was the founding and administration of the Carlisle Indian Industrial
School. His correspondence reveals Pratt's efforts to gain support for the school from Indians, the government, and private
donors as well as the day to day difficulties in the actual management of the school. In addition, there is correspondence with
former Indian students like Howard E. Gansworth, Dr. Carlos Montezuma, and Chauncey Yellow Robe on the position and
problems of Indians in America.
Pratt corresponded with many prominent Americans interested in the plight of the Indian. These correspondents include:
Lyman Abbott (10 items), Samuel C. Armstrong (101 items), Spencer F. Baird (21 items), Rudolph Blankenburg (14 items),
James W. Champney (18 items), Clara B. Colby (2 items), Henry L. Dawes (31 items), W. Maslin Frysinger (22 items),
Henry G. Ganns (39 items), Howard E. Gansworth (22 items), Franklin K. Lane (18 items), John D. Miles (145 items), Carlos
Montezuma (122 items), Knute Nelson (34 items), Arthur C. Parker (45 items), Carl Schurz (12 items), and Cato Sells (13
items).
Official Papers contains material on Pratt's early Army career and his experiences with Indian prisoners at St. Augustine. This
section contains reports, orders, official correspondence and communications. Information about Pratt's early experiments
with Indian education and on the establishment of the Carlisle School may also be found here.
Series II, Family Correspondence (p. 30), contains Pratt's letters to and from members of his family. Also included in this
series is the correspondence of his daughter, Nana Pratt Hawkins; his wife, Anna Laura Pratt; his son, Mason Delano Pratt;
his grandson, R. H. Pratt, II; his granddaughter, Sarah Pratt; his son-in-law, Guy LeRoy Stevick; and his daughter, Marion
Pratt Stevick. Of special interest is Pratt's correspondence with his wife about his experiences with Indians while serving in
the Army and about the founding of the Carlisle School. The correspondence of Pratt's children details their futile efforts to
have Pratt's autobiographical work published after his death. Correspondence between Pratt's children and Elaine Goodale
Eastman, author of Pratt: The Red Man's Moses, reveal the preparation of and reaction to this biography.
The correspondence of Mason D. Pratt offers some insight into Pratt's experiences at St. Augustine, Florida. Details about
Pratt's role in the Sioux Commission of 1888 are found in the correspondence of his son-in-law, Guy LeRoy Stevick.
The third series,Addresses, Diaries, Writings, and Notes (p. 37), contains copies of articles and addresses by Pratt which
provide a good source for Pratt's beliefs on Indian education and civilization. In addition, there are several versions of Pratt's
autobiographical work and also four diaries which recount Pratt's activities during the Civil War.
Series IV, Photographs and Drawings (p. 41), contains numerous photographs of the facilities and students of the Carlisle
Indian Industrial School. There are also a large number of photographs of Pratt. Other subjects include the Indian prisoners
of St. Augustine and Fort Marion, their place of confinement. Of special interest are the "before and after" pictures of many
Indians that contrast their "savage" appearance upon arrival at the Carlisle School with the "civilized" appearance after
receiving the benefits of an education. There are negatives for many of the photographs in this series. Contact prints have
been made for the glass plate negatives, and the originals have been placed in Restricted Fragile, where they may be
consulted only with the approval of the appropriate curator.
This series also includes many drawings made by Indians at St. Augustine and Carlisle. These drawings are of interest not
only because of their artistic merit, but because of what they reveal about the Indian's way of life and his perception of the
changing world. A series of drawings by a Kiowa Indian, Etahdleuh Doanmoe, relate in pictorial form his journey from the
plains to imprisonment in St. Augustine and his experiences in captivity.
Series V, Clippings, Scrapbooks, and Miscellaneous Publications (p. 44), contains a large amount of newspaper clippings,
both loose and in scrapbooks, that chronicle Pratt's activities from the St. Augustine days to the end of his career. Two
scrapbooks in this series are devoted to press reactions to the Sioux Commission of 1888 of which Pratt was a member.
The sixth series, Special Files (p. 46), contains assorted biographical materials about Pratt and miscellaneous materials
on the Carlisle Indian Industrial School.
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
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Collection Contents
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
Box
Folder
Description
Date(s)
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
1867-1924
74 boxes
Series I, General Correspondence and Official Papers is divided into four subseries.
Incoming Letters received by Pratt are arranged alphabetically by author and
chronologically within each folder. A folder of unidentified material is placed at the
end of this section. Outgoing Letters written by Pratt are arranged chronologically.
Pratt's letters from the years 1872 to 1904 are bound in 60 volumes of letterpress
copies. Additional unbound letters from these years, as well as the letters from
1904 until Pratt's death in 1924, are arranged chronologically in folders. Letters of
Others, found with Pratt's or Pratt's family's correspondence, but which are not to or
from Pratt are arranged alphabetically by author. Official Papers is a file of material
relating to Pratt's early Army career, his command of Indian prisoners in Florida, the
beginnings of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, and other Army related matters.
Reports, orders, official correspondence and communications are contained in this
section. This file contains material both to and from Pratt as well as communications
of others. The material in this file is arranged chronologically. Note: Individuals
represented in Official Papers may also be represented in other subseries of General
Correspondence.
INCOMING LETTERS
1
1
"Ab-Ah" general, 13 items
1896-1923
1
2
"Am-At" general, 16 items
1888-1920, n.d.
1
3
Abbott, Austin, 1 item
1896
Abbott, Ernest H.
See: The Outlook Company
1
4
Abbott, Harriet F., 2 items
1894-95
Abbott, Lyman, 10 items
1885-1917
Abbott, Willis J.
See: The Christian Science Monitor, Box 29, folder 810 (p. 45)
1
5
Agnew, Edith, 1 item
1920
Agnew, Mary N., 4 items
1901-08
Ailes, Milton E.
See: National Republican Congressional Committee, Box 7, folder 229 (p.
18)
1
1
6
7
Alden, Henry M., 1 item
1900
Alger, Russell A., 1 item
1898
Allen, Edgar A., 6 items
1904-23
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
INCOMING LETTERS
Box
Folder
1
8
Description
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Date(s)
Allison, William B., 4 items
1880-94, n.d.
Alvord, Henry E., 2 items
1887
1
9
American Peace Society, 6 items
1921-23
1
10
Armstrong, R. F., 7 items
1900-01
1
11
Armstrong, Samuel C., 14 items
1877-78
1
12
Armstrong, Samuel C., 17 items
1879
1
13
Armstrong, Samuel C., 23 items
1880-81
1
14
Armstrong, Samuel C., 17 items
1882
1
15
Armstrong, Samuel C., 14 items
1883-86
1
16
Armstrong, Samuel C., 16 items
1887-91, n.d.
1
17
Astor, C. A., 6 items
1886, n.d.
Astor, [John J.?], 2 items
1888
1
18
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Co., 3 items
1923
1
19
Atherton, George W., 1 item
1903
Avery, R. B., 4 items
1884
1
20
"Ba" general, 9 items
1891-1923, n.d.
1
21
"Be" general, 16 items
1884-1921
1
22
"Bi-Brown" general, 22 items
1879-1922
1
23
"Bruce-Bu" general, 11 items
1901-20
1
24
Baird, Spencer F., 21 items
1877-82
1
25
Bakeless, O. H., 2 items
1904
1
26
Baker, Newton D., 3 items
1917-18
1
27
Ballinger, Richard A., 1 item
1910
Bank of Italy, 5 items
1920
Bard, Thomas R., 1 item
1901
Barrows, John H., 1 item
1900
1
28
Beattie, W. G.
See: Edward Marsden, Box 6, folder 192 (p. 16)
1
29
Belt, R. V., 7 items
1890-95
1
30
Beltzhoover, Frank E., 1 item
1892
Biddle, Edward W., 14 items
1905-20
1
31
Bishop, Thomas G., 3 items
1920
1
32
Blaine, James G., 1 item
1890
1
33
Blankenburg, Rudolph, 14 items
1900-11, n.d.
Bliss, Cornelius, 1 item
1898
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
INCOMING LETTERS
Box
Folder
1
34
Description
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Date(s)
Boas, Franz, 1 item
1891
Bond, The Rev. H. F., 1 item
1887
1
35
Bonnin, Gertrude S., 4 items
1909-19
1
36
Bourassa, Rosa, 2 items
1899, n.d.
Bourke, John G., 2 items
1886
Bowersox, Katherine S., 4 items
1902, 1920
Briggs, Hannah E., 5 items
1878-79
Bright, Marshall H., 3 items
1903
Brosius, S. M., 2 items
1914, 1923
Brown, Elmer E., 3 items
1913, 1915
Brown, John B., 8 items
1901-21
Browning, D. M., 6 items
1893, 1895
1
1
1
37
38
39
1
40
Brunot, Felix R., 6 items
1882-83
2
41
Buchanan, William I., 2 items
1901
Buck, Charles W., 4 items
1914-15
Buck, Spyna D., 1 item
1920
Burdette, Robert J., 1 item
1887
Burgess, Marianna, 10 items
1879-1921
Burke, Charles H., 6 items
1921
Butler, Nicholas M., 1 item
1922
2
2
42
43
2
44
"Ca" general, 10 items
1878-1920
2
45
"Ch-Cl" general, 13 items
1888-1923
2
46
"Co" general, 17 items
1878-1923
2
47
"Cr-Cu" general, 11 items
1879-1923
2
48
Call, Wilkinson, 1 item
1894
Camp, Walter, 1 item
1918
Campbell, Philip P., 2 items
1919-21
Campbell, W. P., 3 items
1903-1905, n.d.
Carlisle Students, 1 item
1886
2
49
2
50
Carrington, Henry B., 1 item
1899
2
51
Carter, Charles D., 9 items
1912-1920
2
52
Caruthers, H., 2 items
1877-78
Caruthers, Paul, 1 item
1879
2
53
Caswell, Benjamin, 2 items
1903
2
54
Chalcraft, Edwin L., 17 items
1903-1917
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
INCOMING LETTERS
Box
Folder
2
2
55
56
Description
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Date(s)
Chamberlain, George E., 1 item
1919
Champney, James W. and Elizabeth W., 18 items
1878-1902, n.d.
Chandler, Harry, 7 items
1921-24
Church, William C., 2 items
1894, 1906
2
57
Clapp, Moses E., 1 item
1914
2
58
Clark, Charles H., 1 item
1911
Claxton, P. P., 3 items
1915-19
2
59
Colby, Clara B., 2 items
1902
2
60
Collier, Robert, 9 items
1911-21
Collins, Ellen, 3 items
1888-94, n.d.
Collier's
See: John M. Oskison, Box 7, folder 236 (p. 18)
Condit, The Rev. James
See: Edward Marsden, Box 6, folder 192 (p. 16)
2
61
Conger, Omar D., 1 item
1884
Coolidge, Sherman, 3 items
1913, 1920
2
62
Corbin, H. C., 4 items
1903
2
63
Corrington, J. A., 1 item
1875
Council, W. H., 9 items
1901-02, 1904
Cunningham, Magistrate
See: White Buffalo, Box 9, folder 326 (p. 22)
2
64
Curtis, Charles, 3 items
1916, 1919
Cutcheon, Byron M., 11 items
1885-1903
2
65
Cutter, Emma A., 3 items
n.d.
2
66
"Da-De" general, 19 items
1890-1923, n.d.
2
67
"Di-Du" general, 19 items
1876-1921
2
68
Dagenett, Charles E., 4 items
1908-22
Davis, A. J., 1 item
1885
Davis, George W., 3 items
1894-95
Davis, O. DeForest, 1 item
1920
2
69
2
70
Davis, Richard, 10 items
1890-96
2
71
Dawes, Anna L., 15 items
1885-1922
Dawes, Electra A., 2 items
1892, 1894
Dawes, Henry L., 13 items
1882, 1884-89
2
72
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
INCOMING LETTERS
Box
Folder
Description
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Date(s)
2
73
Dawes, Henry L., 18 items
1892-1901
2
74
Deems, Charles F., 1 item
1890
Denny, Nellie R., 15 items
1908-21
Dent, Frederick J., 1 item
1879
DePoe, Robert R., 6 items
1914
Devins, John B., 4 items
1903-04
Dharmapala, A. H., 2 items
1902
Dixon, C. R., 1 item
1895
Dodds, Alexander, 4 items
1913-14
2
3
3
75
76
77
Dixon, The Rev. John
See: Edward Marsden, Box 6, folder 192 (p. 16)
3
3
3
3
3
78
79
80
81
82
Dodge, D. Stuart, 2 items
1883, 1889
Dodge, Grace H.
n.d.
Dodge, Mary M., 2 items
1901
Dodge, Melissa P., 1 item
1883
Dodge, William Earl, 1 item
1881
Dodge, William Earl, Jr., 5 items
1883, 1885
Dorsey, The Rev. James O., 2 items
1878
Douglass, Frederick and Helen, 2 items
1893, 1899
Draper, Andrew S., 8 items
1891-1905
Drum, R. C., 4 items
1875-98, n.d.
3
83
Dubois, W. E. B., 1 item
1916
3
84
"E" general, 4 items
1883-1918
3
85
Eastman, Charles A., 4 items
1895-1911
Eastman, Elaine (Goodale), 5 items
1890-1918
3
86
Eaton, John, 18 items
1881-1904
3
87
Edmunds, George F., 1 item
1884
Edwards, Clarence R., 1 item
1902
3
88
Edwards, Mary H., 1 item
1904
3
89
Eells, Edwin, 3 items
1896
Elkins, Stephen Benton, 1 item
1902
3
90
Elms, Elsie L. and Horton G., 5 items
1909-22
3
91
Embrick, Milton A., 5 items
1903-20, n.d.
Emory, C. D., 2 items
1875, n.d.
"Fa-Fi" general, 13 items
1882-1921, n.d.
3
92
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
INCOMING LETTERS
Box
Folder
Description
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Date(s)
3
93
"Fl-Fr" general, 14 items
1878-1921, n.d.
3
94
Fess, Simeon D., 6 items
1918-22
Field, Henry M., 3 items
1895-99
3
95
Fisk, Clinton B., 1 item
1886
3
96
Flynn, Dennis T., 3 items
1902-03
Foraker, Joseph B., 1 item
1907
Foster, E. C.
See: White Buffalo, Box 9, folder 326 (p. 22)
Foster, Emory
See: White Buffalo, Box 9, folder 326 (p. 22)
3
97
Francis, John, Jr., 14 items
1917-23
3
98
Frysinger, W. Maslin, 22 items
1896-1923
3
99
"Ga-Gl" general, 12 items
1878-1923
3
100
"Go-Gr" general, 13 items
1886-1921, n.d.
3
101
Ganns, Henry G., 18 items
1892-1901
3
102
Ganns, Henry G., 21 items
1902-1910
3
103
Gansworth, Edith S. and Howard E., 22 items
1897-1923, n.d.
3
104
Gansworth, Leander N., 6 items
1914-21
3
105
Garfield, James R., 1 item
1907
Garrett, Philip C., 12 items
1884-94, n.d.
3
106
Gates, Merrill E., 11 items
1885-94
3
107
Gates, Merrill E., 21 items
1899-1909
3
108
Gibbon, John, 1 item
1885
Gill, Wilson L., 3 items
1902
Given, James B., 1 item
1904
Given, Joshua, 3 items
1888
Goode, George B., 2 items
1892-93
Gordon, Jane, 2 items
1920
Gordon, John B., 3 items
1896
Gordon, Philip, 2 items
1917
3
3
3
109
110
111
Graham, Olive
See: Mary Morris, Box 7, folder 225 (p. 17)
3
112
Grant, Frederick D., 2 items
1909
Grant, U. S. and other Indians, 3 items
1918
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
INCOMING LETTERS
Box
Folder
3
3
113
114
Description
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Date(s)
Greene, Francis V., 1 item
1901
Griffith, William M., 3 items
1896-97
Grinnell, Elizabeth, 3 items
1892-98
Gross, R. J., 2 items
1904-05
4
115
"Ha" general, 19 items
1902-21, n.d.
4
116
"He-Hu" general, 19 items
1875-1920, n.d.
4
117
Hailmann, William N., 7 items
1894-96
Hale, Edward Everett, 3 items
1893-1897
Hall, The Rev. and Mrs. C. L., 7 items
1878-95, n.d.
Hall, Frederick P., 5 items
1903-20
Hall, Harwood, 8 items
1900-21
Hamilton Library Assoc., 1 item
1919
4
4
118
119
4
120
Harding, Warren G., 5 items
1923
4
121
Hare, William H., 3 items
1879, 1906, n.d.
Harper, J. C., 3 items
1923
4
122
Harris, William Torrey, 8 items
1898, 1901-04
4
123
Harrison, Benjamin, 1 item
1884
Hartzell, Joseph C., 2 items
1902
4
124
Hastings, Daniel H., 5 items
1896-97
4
125
Hastings, William W., 2 items
1918
Hawley, Joseph R., 8 items
1881-1905
4
126
Haworth, J. M., 1 item
1875
4
127
Hayt, Ezra A., 9 items
1878-80, n.d.
Hazen, [William Babcock], 3 items
1875-79
Henderson, J. Webster, 4 items
1919-20
Henderson, R. M., 5 items
1884-1905
Higgins, William R., 10 items
1859-81
Hilles, V. S., 5 items
1895-96
Himes, Charles F., 1 item
1908
Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, 3 items
1899-1904
Hoar, George F., 1 item
1882
Hooker, Charles E., 1 item
1903
Hopkins, G. S., 1 item
1919
Howard, Oliver Otis, 8 items
1890-1904
Howling Wolf, 2 items
1879, n.d.
4
4
4
4
4
4
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129
130
131
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Hunt, Lydia L., 1 item
1879
Hyde, Alexander, 17 items
1879-80
Interior, U.S. Dept. of, Office of Indian Affairs,
Commissioner
See: name of commissioner
Interior, U.S. Dept. of, Secretary
See: name of secretary
4
135
Ironie, Kate, 1 item
1887
4
136
"J" general, 18 items
1878-1920
4
137
Jackson, Sheldon, 9 items
1880-1904
Jay, John, 1 item
1890
Johnson, Albert, 2 items
1920
Johnson, Edwin S., 2 items
1917
4
138
4
139
Johnston, Herbert, 4 items
1903-08
4
140
Jones, William A., 6 items
1897
4
141
Jones, William A., 17 items
1898
4
142
Jones, William A., 10 items
1899
4
143
Jones, William A., 17 items
1900-01
4
144
Jones, William A., 15 items
1902
4
145
Jones, William A., 7 items
1903, 1908
4
146
"Ka-Ke" general, 12 items
1875-1923
4
147
"Ki-Kr" general, 17 items
1879-1922, n.d.
4
148
Kelly, M. Clyde, 22 items
1921-23
4
149
Kennedy, M. C., 1 item
1901
Kennedy, Thomas B., 15 items
1880-1904, n.d.
Kidd, Meredith H., 1 item
1894
King, William H., 1 item
1921
4
150
Kitch, James B.
See: Nettie McDonald, Box 5, folder 182 (p. 16)
4
151
Knox, Philander C., 2 items
1919
Kohpay, Harry, 5 items
1891-1923
4
152
"La" general, 18 items
1887-1923, n.d.
4
153
"Le-Ly" general, 18 items
1879-1923, n.d.
4
154
Lacey, John F., 1 item
1903
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LaFlesche, Rosa B., 5 items
1913-21
5
155
Lane, Franklin K., 18 items
1913-18
5
156
Lane, Harry, 3 items
1915-16
5
157
Lane, W. B., 2 items
1879
Lanier, Sidney, 1 item
1875
5
158
Larocque, Annie S., 20 items
1878-89
5
159
Larocque, Annie S., 19 items
1892-1903, n.d.
5
160
Larocque, Joseph, 4 items
1879, 1893
5
161
Latimer, Joseph W., 11 items
1914, 1922-23
5
162
Lea, Isaac, 1 item
1876
Lee, Fitzhugh, 4 items
1895-96
Lee, Jessie M. and Lucy W., 5 items
1885-1922
Lenroot, Irvine L., 2 items
1921, 1923
Lente, The Rev. James R., 1 item
1890
Lillibridge, Annie, 1 item
1896
Linnen, E. B., 2 items
1914
Linton, William S., 2 items
1896
5
5
5
163
164
165
5
166
Lippincott, J. A., 20 items
1882-98
5
167
Lippincott, J. A., 22 items
1898-1905, n.d.
5
168
Lipps, O. H., 17 items
1914-16
The Literary Society, Washington, D.C.
See: W. E. Safford, Box 8, folder 272 (p. 20)
5
5
5
169
170
171
Lockwood, George B., 7 items
1920-22
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1 item
1903
Logan, Howard, G., 3 items
1891
Lone Wolf, 1 item
1894
Longstreth, Abby A., 2 items
1888, 1890
Longstreth, S., 1 item
1891
Longstreth, Sara M., 1 item
1902
5
172
Longstreth, Susan, 12 items
1882-92, n.d.
5
173
Lopp, William T., 1 item
1919
Los Angeles Times
See: Harry Chandler, Box 8, folder 56 (p. 10)
5
174
Ludlow, Helen N., 6 items
1879-80
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175
Lufkins, Wm., 1 item
1920
5
176
"Ma" general, 22 items
1880-1923, n.d.
5
177
"Me-Mu" general, 20 items
1880-1923, n.d.
5
178
Mabie, Hamilton W., 1 item
1892
MacAlister, James, 1 item
1896
5
179
McCabe, Charles C., 15 items
1891-1905
5
180
McCammon, Jos. K., 6 items
1884-99
McCauley, J. A., 11 items
1880-96
McComas, L. E., 1 item
1903
McCusker, Philip, 8 items
1875-79
5
181
5
182
McDonald, James A. and Nettie B., 12 items
1917-23
5
183
McDowell, Malcolm, 2 items
1915-16
5
184
McGee, William John, 4 items
1880-1904
McGillycuddy, V. T., 1 item
n.d.
5
185
McKenzie, Fayette A,. 18 items
1904, 1912-15
5
186
McKinley, William, 1 item
1897
5
187
McMichael, William, 6 items
1882-93
The Macmillan Co., 7 items
1922-23
Magill, Edward H., 2 items
1903
Mah-nim-ick (Manimic), 1 item
1880
Mahon, Thaddeus M., 1 item
1894
Maish, Levi, 1 item
1888
Mallery, Garrick, 1 item
1879
Mani, Thomas, 1 item
1910
Mansur, Charles H., 3 items
1893-94
Marmon, R. G. and S. R., 4 items
1920, 1923
5
5
5
6
188
189
190
191
6
192
Marsden, Edward, 14 items
1892-1923
6
193
Marshall, James F. B., 2 items
1879-80
Marshall, Thomas, 1 item
1898
Mason, John C., 1 item
1904
Mason, Levant L., 6 items
1903-04
6
194
6
195
Mather, S[ara] A., 15 items
1878-84, n.d.
6
196
Matlock, Stacy, 1 item
1892
Maynard, La Salle A., 2 items
1903
Meritt, E. B., 8 items
1914-23
6
197
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198
Miles, John D., 14 items
1875-79
6
199
Miles, John D., 12 items
1880-81
6
200
Miles, John D., 20 items
1882-84
6
201
Miles, John D., 24 items
1885, 1887-90
6
202
Miles, John D., 19 items
1891-1901
6
203
Miles, John D., 19 items
1903-07
6
204
Miles, John D., 14 items
1914-16, 1918
6
205
Miles, John D. and Margaret H., 23 items
1919-21, n.d.
6
206
Miles, Nelson A., 8 items
1880-1901
6
207
Miller, [N. D. W.?], 11 items
1876-78
Miller, Will H., 8 items
1904-1920
6
208
Miller, William E., 15 items
1895-1917
6
209
Miller, William H., 20 items
1882-83
6
210
Miller, William H., 13 items
1884
6
211
Miller, William H., 16 items
1886-1903
6
212
Mills, Clark, 2 items
1877-78
Milroy, Robert H., 1 item
1884
6
213
Montezuma, Carlos, 12 items
1888-1900
6
214
Montezuma, Carlos, 16 items
1901, 1904-07
6
215
Montezuma, Carlos, 11 items
1908-11, 1913
6
216
Montezuma, Carlos, 9 items
1914
6
217
Montezuma, Carlos, 11 items
1915
6
218
Montezuma, Carlos, 13 items
1916
6
219
Montezuma, Carlos, 14 items
1916-17
7
220
Montezuma, Carlos, 14 items
1918-19
7
221
Montezuma, Carlos, 15 items
1919-20
7
222
Montezuma, Carlos, 14 items
1921-22
Mooney, James
See: Gertrude Bonnin, Box 1, folder 35 (p. 9)
7
223
Moorehead, Warren K., 2 items
1910
Morgan, J. H., 1 item
1920
7
224
Morgan, Thomas J., 26 items
1889-1904
7
225
Morris, Mary (Mrs. Wistar), 18 items
1884-1923, n.d.
7
226
Morris, Wistar, 14 items
1883-89
7
227
Morton, Levi P., 1 item
1892
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Moss, Lemuel, 1 item
1903
7
228
"N" general, 17 items
1883-1923, n.d.
7
229
Natalish, Vincent, 2 items
1914-15
The National Republican
See: George B. Lockwood, Box 5, folder 169 (p. 15)
National Republican Congressional Committee, 2 items
1922
7
230
Nelson, Knute, 19 items
1897-1904
7
231
Nelson, Knute, 15 items
1905-21
7
232
Noble, John W., 4 items
1889-1911
Norcross, George, 11 items
1880-1908, n.d.
7
233
Northrop, Birdsley G., 3 items
1883
7
234
"O" general, 9 items
1878-1922
7
235
Ogden, Robert C., 1 item
1880
Ohettoint, 1 item
1878
Olmsted, Marlin E., 8 items
1903-08
Oskison, John M., 3 items
1908, 1913
Ostrander, L. A., 6 items
1920, 1922-23
Owen, Robert L., 4 items
1909-17
7
7
236
237
7
238
"Pa-Pe" general, 18 items
1878-1924, n.d.
7
239
"Pi" general, 13 items
1877-1922, n.d.
7
240
"Po-Pu" general, 14 items
1879-1923, n.d.
7
241
Parker, Arthur C., 11 items
1912-13
7
242
Parker, Arthur C., 14 items
1914-15
7
243
Parker, Arthur C., 20 items
1916-23
7
244
Parker, Gabe E., 1 item
1913
The Patriotic League
See: Wilson L. Gill, Box 3, folder 108 (p. 12)
Paul, Louis F., 6 items
1920-21, 1923
7
245
Paul, William L., 6 items
1921-23
7
246
Pedrick, Laura D., 4 items
1893-1920
Peel, Samuel W., 3 items
1888, 1892
Pendleton, Alice K., 6 items
1876-78
Penoi, Mark, 2 items
1919-20
Perkins, Bishop W., 3 items
1888-92
7
7
247
248
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7
7
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250
251
252
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Peter, Fannie L., 7 items
1904-23, n.d.
Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Bemus
n.d.
Platt, Mrs. E. G., 5 items
1886-1902
Pollock, William J., 2 items
1882
Pound, Thaddeus C., 6 items
1880-81
Powell, John W., 1 item
1877
Pratt, Daniel D., 2 items
1873-74
Price, Hiram, 2 items
1883
Prince, Morris W., 2 items
1905, 1920
7
253
Proctor, Edna Dean, 19 items
1891-1907, n.d.
7
254
Proctor, Redfield, 6 items
1889-98
Public Ledger
See: John J. Spurgeon, Box 8, folder 289 (p. 20)
7
255
"Q" general
n.d.
7
256
Quarles, Joseph V., 3 items
1901, 1903
Quay, Matthew S.
1898-99
7
257
"Ra-Re" general, 9 items
1867-1904, n.d.
7
258
"Ri-Ru" general, 13 items
1875-1920, n.d.
7
259
Red Fox Skiuhushu, 1 item
1920
Reid, Whitelaw, 1 item
1876
7
260
Rhoads, James E., 6 items
1881-94
7
261
Richards, Charles L., 1 item
1923
Riddick, Carl W., 6 items
1919-22
Riggs, Stephen R., 2 items
1881-82
Riordan, D. M., 9 items
1883
Robbins, J. C., 2 items
1879
8
8
262
263
Robe, Chauncey Y.
See: Chauncey Yellow Robe, Box 9, folder 337 (p. 23)
8
8
8
264
265
266
Robertson, Alice M., 4 items
1882-1902, [1920?]
Robertson, Ann Eliza W., 3 items
1898-1903
Robinson, Joseph T., 2 items
1915
Rogers, Edward L., 3 items
1920-21
Roosevelt, Theodore, 3 items
1901
Ross, Lucretia T., 2 items
1908
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267
Rust, Horatio N., 1 item
1891
8
268
"Sa-Se" general, 18 items
1879-1920, n.d.
8
269
"Sh-Sk" general, 18 items
1877-1920, n.d.
8
270
"Sm-Sp" general, 18 items
1896-1923, n.d.
8
271
"St-Sw" general, 15 items
1893-1923, n.d.
8
272
Safford, W. E., 5 items
1919
8
273
Sage, Margaret O. S. (Mrs. Russell Sage), 13 items
1882-1913, n.d.
8
274
Sauvé, Alex C., 1 item
1916
8
275
Schurz, Carl, 12 items
1879-1904, n.d.
8
276
Seelye, Laurenus C., 1 item
1898
8
277
Sells, Cato, 13 items
1913-18
8
278
Semple, C. M., 5 items
1879-90
8
279
Shafter, William R., 1 item
1901
8
280
Sherman, James S., 26 items
1896-1909
8
281
Sherman, William T., 3 items
1876-77, 1880
Sickles, Daniel E., 2 items
1903
Sinclair, Upton, 3 items
1923
Six killer, Sam, 3 items
1899-1920
8
282
8
283
Sloan, Thomas L., 11 items
1909-24
8
284
Smiley, Albert K., 5 items
1883-92
Smiley, Daniel, 2 items
1914
Smoot, Reed, 1 item
1916
Sniffen, Matthew K., 9 items
1913-19
8
285
8
286
Snowden, A. Louden, 5 items
1887
8
287
Sparhawk, Frances G., 5 items
1919-23
Spencer, (Mrs.) Dorcas J., 5 items
1922
Spencer, Selden P., 2 items
1919
Spinner, Francis E., 1 item
1877
Spurgeon, John J., 1 item
1916
Spybuck, Thomas, 1 item
1920
Standing, Alfred J., 6 items
1878-1901
Standing Bear, Luther, 2 items
1911, 1920
Stars, Clarence T., 1 item
1903
Stephens, John H., 2 items
1916
Sterling, Matthew and Mrs., 5 items
1919-23
8
8
8
8
8
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289
290
291
292
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Description
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Stevens, E. L., 20 items
1882-89
Stouch, Geo. W. H.
See: White Buffalo, Box 9, folder 326 (p. 22)
8
294
Strong, Josiah, 1 item
1895
Stryker, M. Woolsey, 4 items
1899-1900, 1910
Sunset Magazine
See: Walter V. Woehlke, box 9, folder 331 (p. 22)
8
295
Sutherland, Dan, 1 item
1923
8
296
"T" general, 22 items
1876-1922, n.d.
8
297
Tadu, Shisoshi, 6 items
1894-96
Taft, William Howard, 3 items
1905-10
Tatum, Lawrie
1896
Teller, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore, 14 items
1882-1904
Thaw, Mr. and Mrs. William, 11 items
1883-97, n.d.
Thomas, Elmer, 2 items
1923
8
8
298
299
8
300
Thompson, Royal W., 4 items
1903
8
301
Tibbett, Jonathan, 5 items
1920-21
Tourgée, Albion W., 1 item
1892
Townsend, E. B., 1 item
1883
Trumbull, Henry Clay, 1 item
1882
Tsait-kope-ta, Paul C., 2 items
1880-81
Tsukamoto, Fuji, 6 items
1892-1904
"U" general, 5 items
1880-1923
8
8
8
302
303
304
United States Dept. of Interior, Office of Indian Affairs,
Commissioner
See: name of commissioner
United States Dept. of Interior, Secretary
See: name of secretary
9
305
"V" general, 8 items
1899-1923, n.d.
9
306
Van Voorhis, John, 1 item
1881
Vaux, George, Jr., 13 items
1887-1913
Venne, Alfred M., 2 items
1904, 1907
Vetter, Josie, 13 items
1904-23
Vilas, William Freeman, 5 items
1888-93, n.d.
9
9
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308
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309
"Wa-We" general, 10 items
1901-1920, n.d.
9
310
"Wh" general, 11 items
1879-1920, n.d.
9
311
"Wi" general, 14 items
1879-1923, n.d.
9
312
"Wo-Wr" general, 16 items
1879-1922, n.d.
9
313
Waldo, Fullerton L., 1 item
1911
Wanamaker, John, 3 items
1879, 1913
9
314
Ward, William Hayes, 5 items
1888-1903
9
315
Warner, Glenn S., 1 item
1904
9
316
Wasson, C. W., 1 item
1892
Wasson, James B., 4 items
1890-1900
Wausakakamick, Sarah A. Williams, 4 items
1920-21
9
317
Weaver, John
See: White Buffalo, Box 9, folder 326 (p. 22)
9
318
Wellborn, Olin, 1 item
1886
Wells, J. D., 2 items
1877
9
319
Welsh, Herbert, 10 items
1884-92
9
320
Welsh, Herbert, 7 items
1914, 1917-18
9
321
Wetherell, George S., 7 items
1910-20, n.d.
9
322
Wheeler, Joseph, 1 item
1900
9
323
Wheelock, Dennison, 18 items
1900-23
9
324
Whipple, Henry Benjamin, 15 items
1876-78
9
325
Whipple, Henry Benjamin
1879-1901, n.d.
9
326
White Buffalo, 14 items
1902
9
327
Whittlesey, E., 17 items
1884-97
9
328
Wicks, J. B., 6 items
1879, n.d.
Wilkinson, Melville C., 10 items
1879-98, n.d.
Willard, Francis E., 1 item
1892
Williams, Edward H., 4 items
1891, 1898
Wilson, James H., 4 items
1908-1919
Wistar, E. M., 6 items
1910-17
Woehlke, Walter V., 6 items
1921-23
Woman's Heart, 1 item
1877
Wood, Leonard, 4 items
1917-21
Wood, Mariette, 1 item
1904
Wotherspoon, W. W., 19 items
1891-94
9
9
9
9
9
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330
331
332
333
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9
334
Wotherspoon, W. W., 13 items
1897-1915
9
335
Wright, Henry, 2 items
1881-82
Wright, James G., 5 items
1883-85, n.d.
9
336
"Y" general, 2 items
1920, n.d.
9
337
Yellow Robe, Chauncey, 13 items
1897-1917
9
338
Yellow Robe, Chauncey, 14 items
1918-23
9
339
"Z" general, 3 items
1878, n.d.
9
340
Unidentified, 13 items
1879-1923, n.d.
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10-3
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10-6
1882 Sep-1883 Jun
10-7
1883 Jun-1883 Dec
10-8
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10-9
1884 Jun-1885 Jan
10-10
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10-11
1885 Oct-1886 May
10-12
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10-13
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10-14
1888 Feb-1889 Mar
10-15
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10-16
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10-17
1890 Jun-1891 Jan
10-18
1891 Jan-1891 May
10-19
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10-20
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10-21
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10-22
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10-23
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10-24
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10-25
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10-29
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10-30
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10-31
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10-32
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10-33
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10-34
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10-35
1898 Jun-1899 Jan
10-36
1899 Jan-1899 May
10-37
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10-38
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10-39
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10-40
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10-41
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10-42
1900 Apr-1900 Jul
10-43
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10-44
1900 Oct-1901 Jan
10-45
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10-46
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10-47
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10-48
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10-49
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10-50
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10-51
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10-52
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10-53
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10-54
1903 Jan-1903 Apr
10-55
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10-56
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10-57
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10-58
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10-59
1904 May-1904 Jun
10-60
Sioux Commission: 1888 Jun-1889 May
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 24
Date(s)
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
OUTGOING LETTERS
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 25
Date(s)
10-61
341
Unbound letters, 4 items
1878-79
10-61
342
Unbound letters, 6 items
1881-83, 1887
10-61
343
Unbound letters, 8 items
1892-1902
10-61
344
Unbound letters, 10 items
1903 Jan
10-61
345
Unbound letters, 8 items
1903 Feb
10-61
346
Unbound letters, 2 items
1903 Sep-Nov
10-61
347
Unbound letters, 8 items
1904
10-61
348
Unbound letters, 2 items
1905
10-61
349
Unbound letters, 11 items
1906
10-61
350
Unbound letters, 15 items
1907
10-61
351
Unbound letters, 12 items
1908 Jan
10-61
352
Unbound letters, 16 items
1908 Feb-Dec
10-61
353
Unbound letters, 15 items
1909
10-61
354
Unbound letters, 18 items
1910
10-61
355
Unbound letters, 14 items
1911
10-61
356
Unbound letters, 14 items
1912
10-61
357
Unbound letters, 18 items
1913 Jan-May
10-61
358
Unbound letters, 20 items
1913 Jun-Oct
10-61
359
Unbound letters, 14 items
1913 Nov-Dec
10-61
360
Unbound letters, 28 items
1914 Jan-Apr
10-61
361
Unbound letters, 23 items
1914 May-Jun
10-61
362
Unbound letters, 21 items
1914 Jul-Aug
10-61
363
Unbound letters, 15 items
1914 Sep-Dec
11
364
Unbound letters, 16 items
1915 Jan-Apr
11
365
Unbound letters, 30 items
1915 May-Nov
11
366
Unbound letters, 11 items
1915 Dec
11
367
Unbound letters, 11 items
1916 Jan
11
368
Unbound letters, 9 items
1916 Feb
11
369
Unbound letters, 11 items
1916 Mar-Apr
11
370
Unbound letters, 9 items
1916 May-Jun
11
371
Unbound letters, 19 items
1916 Jul-Aug
11
372
Unbound letters, 9 items
1916 Sep-Oct
11
373
Unbound letters, 10 items
1916 Nov-Dec
11
374
Unbound letters, 11 items
1917 Jan-Feb
11
375
Unbound letters, 21 items
1917 Mar
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
OUTGOING LETTERS
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 26
Date(s)
11
376
Unbound letters, 10 items
1917 Apr
11
377
Unbound letters, 13 items
1917 May
11
378
Unbound letters, 7 items
1917 Jun-Jul
11
379
Unbound letters, 10 items
1917 Aug
11
380
Unbound letters, 8 items
1917 Sep-Oct
11
381
Unbound letters, 24 items
1917 Nov-Dec
11
382
Unbound letters, 11 items
1918 Jan
11
383
Unbound letters, 13 items
1918 Feb
11
384
Unbound letters, 8 items
1918 Mar
11
385
Unbound letters, 10 items
1918 Apr
11
386
Unbound letters, 14 items
1918 May-Jun
11
387
Unbound letters, 8 items
1918 Jul-Aug
11
388
Unbound letters, 10 items
1918 Sep-Nov
11
389
Unbound letters, 11 items
1918 Dec
11
390
Unbound letters, 13 items
1919 Jan
11
391
Unbound letters, 11 items
1919 Feb
11
392
Unbound letters, 22 items
1919 Mar-Apr
11
393
Unbound letters, 12 items
1919 May
11
394
Unbound letters, 14 items
1919 Jun
11
395
Unbound letters, 16 items
1919 Jul-Aug
11
396
Unbound letters, 17 items
1919 Sep-Oct
11
397
Unbound letters, 15 items
1919 Nov-Dec
11
398
Unbound letters, 12 items
1920 Jan
11
399
Unbound letters, 17 items
1920 Feb
12
400
Unbound letters, 9 items
1920 Mar
12
401
Unbound letters, 31 items
1920 Apr
12
402
Unbound letters, 14 items
1920 May
12
403
Unbound letters, 11 items
1920 Jun-Jul
12
404
Unbound letters, 13 items
1920 Sep-Oct
12
405
Unbound letters, 13 items
1920 Nov-Dec
12
406
Unbound letters, 25 items
1921 Jan 8-18
12
407
Unbound letters, 23 items
1921 Jan 19-31
12
408
Unbound letters, 20 items
1921 Feb
12
409
Unbound letters, 15 items
1921 Mar
12
410
Unbound letters, 15 items
1921 Apr
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
OUTGOING LETTERS
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 27
Date(s)
12
411
Unbound letters, 15 items
1921 May-Jun
12
412
Unbound letters, 13 items
1921 Jul-Aug
12
413
Unbound letters, 16 items
1921 Sep-Nov
12
414
Unbound letters, 14 items
1921 Dec
12
415
Unbound letters, 14 items
1922 Jan
12
416
Unbound letters, 12 items
1922 Feb-Mar
12
417
Unbound letters, 10 items
1922 Apr
12
418
Unbound letters, 19 items
1922 May-Jun
12
419
Unbound letters, 17 items
1922 Jul
12
420
Unbound letters, 14 items
1922 Sep
12
421
Unbound letters, 9 items
1922 Oct
12
422
Unbound letters, 18 items
1922 Nov
12
423
Unbound letters, 7 items
1922 Dec
12
424
Unbound letters, 16 items
1923 Jan
12
425
Unbound letters, 23 items
1923 Feb
12
426
Unbound letters, 10 items
1923 Mar
12
427
Unbound letters, 10 items
1923 Apr
12
428
Unbound letters, 13 items
1923 May
12
429
Unbound letters, 23 items
1923 Jun
12
430
Unbound letters, 12 items
1923 Jul
12
431
Unbound letters, 13 items
1923 Aug
12
432
Unbound letters, 19 items
1923 Sep, Oct
12
433
Unbound letters, 16 items
1923 Nov, Dec
12
434
Unbound letters, 2 items
1924
12
435
Unbound letters, 2 items
n.d.
LETTERS OF OTHERS
13
436
Anderson, M. B. to Miss Mather, 1 item
1879
13
437
Armstrong, S. C. to E. D. Townsend, 1 item
1878
13
438
Armstrong, S. C. to Daniel and Mrs. Fox, 1 item
1882
13
439
Armstrong, S. C. to Miss Mather, 1 item
n.d.
13
440
Bailey, G. M. to S. C. Armstrong, 1 item
1888
13
441
Bakeless, O. H. to W. N. Hailman, 1 item
1894
13
442
Bard, T. R. to W. A. Jones, 1 item
1902
13
443
Biddle, E. W. and others to T. Roosevelt, 1 item
1904
13
444
Bishop, T. G. to Dewitt Hare, 1 item
1920
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
LETTERS OF OTHERS
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 28
Date(s)
Bonnot, F. R. to E. A. Hayt, 1 item
1878
13
445
Brunhouse, R. L. to E. A. Cutter, 4 items
1933-34
13
446
Burke, C. H. to E. A. Cutter, 1 item
1924
13
447
Caruthers, H. to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1
item
1878
13
448
Curtis, C. to J. C. Harper, 1 item
1920
13
449
Curtis C. to G. H. Powell, 1 item
1924
13
450
Cutter, E. A. to R. L. Brunhouse, 6 items
1933-34, n.d.
13
451
Dortch, J. H. to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1
item
1920
13
452
Flagler, H. M. to Mrs. Russell Sage, 1 item
1883
13
453
Gansworth, H. E. to K. Taylor, 1 item
1916
13
454
Gansworth, H. E. to Mrs. E. P. Robitaille, 1 item
1924
13
455
Gibbs, J. W. to Miss Perit, 1 item
n.d.
13
456
Good Bear, P. to A. S. Ely, 1 item
1894
13
457
Hailman, W. N. to O. H. Bakeless, 2 items
1894
13
458
Harper, J. C. to H. P. Snyder, 1 item
1920
Harper, J. C. to C. Curtis, 1 item
1920
13
459
Jones, W. A. to E. A. Hitchcock, 1 item
1899
13
460
Keogh, Mr. J. E. to J. Bakeless, 1 item
1955
13
461
Larocque, A. S. to Miss Perit, 1 item
[1879?]
13
462
Lyman, C. and Roosevelt, T. to B. Harrison, 1 item
1893
13
463
McCammon, J. K. to R. M. Henderson, 1 item
1896
13
464
McCauley, J. A. to J. B. Storer, 1 item
1892
13
465
McKee, [W. C.?] to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1
item
1882
13
466
McKenzie, F. A. to C. Montezuma, 1 item
1913
McKenzie, F. A. to A. G. Harper, 1 item
1934
13
467
McKinley, W. to The Rev. C. C. McCabe, 1 item
1897
13
468
Mahon, T. M. to J. A. Lippincott, 1 item
1894
13
469
Mann, J. R. to C. Montezuma, 1 item
1898
13
470
Meritt, E. B. to E. A. Cutter, 1 item
1928
13
471
Montezuma, C. to T. J. Saul, 1 item
1909
13
472
Moorehead, W. K. to Delaware County Institute of
Science, 1 item
1910
13
473
Nelson, K. to J. Flinn, 1 item
1897
Series I. General Correspondence and Official Papers
LETTERS OF OTHERS
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 29
Date(s)
13
474
Nelson, K. to H. Welsh, 1 item
1897
13
475
N. Calif. Indian Assoc. to E. A. Hitchcock, 1 item
1904
13
476
Plumb, P. B. to A. A. Hyde, 1 item
1881
13
477
Randall, S. J. to Miss Longstreth, 1 item
1882
13
478
Randlett, J. F. to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1
item
1903
13
479
Rice, W. G. to K. Nelson, 1 item
1897
13
480
Schurz, Carl to G. McCrary, 1 item
1880
13
481
Sherman, J. S. to R. M. Henderson, 1 item
1897
13
482
Sim-po-quo-del to Kiowa and Comanche Friends, 1 item
1877
13
483
Snowden, A. L. to D. M. Fox, 1 item
1882
13
484
Society of American Indians to W. Wilson, 1 item
1914
13
485
Welsh, H. to unknown, 1 item
1895
Welsh, H. to K. Nelson, 1 item
1897
Wickersham, J. to L. F. Paul, 1 item
1921
13
486
OFFICIAL PAPERS
14
487
Miscellaneous papers, 8 items
1863-1870
14
488
Miscellaneous papers, 10 items
1873-74
14
489
Miscellaneous papers, 4 items
1875 Mar-Apr
14
490
Miscellaneous papers, 10 items
1875 May
14
491
Miscellaneous papers, 15 items
1875 Jun-Nov
14
492
Miscellaneous papers, 15 items
1876
14
493
Miscellaneous papers, 13 items
1877
14
493a
Letterbook regarding Indian prisoners in Florida, 1 item
1875-77
14
494
Miscellaneous papers, 15 items
1878
14
495
Miscellaneous papers, 10 items
1879-80
14
496
Miscellaneous papers, 17 items
1897-1923, n.d.
14
497
General orders, 6 items
1875-78, 1914
14
498
Special orders, 12 items
1863-69
14
499
Special orders, 15 items
1870-1904
Series II. Family Correspondence
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WA MSS S-1174 - Page 30
Series II. Family Correspondence
Box
Folder
Description
Date(s)
Series II. Family Correspondence
1862-1956
4 boxes
Series II, Family Correspondence, is grouped into eight subseries, one for each of the
following members of the Pratt Family: Nana Pratt Hawkins (daughter), Anna Laura
Pratt (wife), Mason Delano Pratt (son), Richard Henry Pratt, R. H. Pratt, II (grandson),
Sarah Pratt (granddaughter), Guy LeRoy Stevick (son-in-law), Marion Pratt Stevick
(daughter). Within each subseries the correspondence is arranged alphabetically by
the name of the author. Letters written by the eight family members are filed under
the name of the recipient. All letters written by the family members are filed in their
respective subseries, except those addressed to General Pratt. All letters written to
Pratt are filed in the R. H. Pratt section under the name of the author.
NANA PRATT HAWKINS
15
500
Agnew, Mary N., 1 item
1905
15
501
Army War College, 7 items
1956
15
502
Bailey, Nick, 1 item
1933
Bakeless, John, 6 items
1930-33, n.d.
Brunhouse, R. L., 3 items
1934, 1939
Cass Co. Historical Assoc., 1 item
1930
Champney, Mrs. James W., 1 item
1885
Collier, John, 3 items
1934-35
15
15
503
504
15
505
Cutter, Emma A., 7 items
1934-38, n.d.
15
506
Davis, O. deForest, 2 items
1920, 1924
Dawes, Anna L., 1 item
1937
15
507
de Tudo, Angela R., 1 item
n.d.
15
508
Eastman, Elaine Goodale, 15 items
1933-38
15
509
Foreman, Grant, 1 item
1941
Gansworth, Howard E., 2 items
1934-35?
15
510
Thomas Gilcrease Foundation, 1 item
1947
15
511
The Hamilton Library, 2 items
1935
Hawkins, Edgar M., 1 item
1929
Hayne, Cal, 1 item
1935
Houghton Mifflin Co., 1 item
1951
Kahler, Herbert E., 3 items
1936
Library of Congress, Division of Manuscripts, 1 item
1930
J. B. Lippincott Co., 5 items
1940
Little, Brown and Co., 1 item
1951
15
15
15
512
513
514
Series II. Family Correspondence
NANA PRATT HAWKINS
Box
15
15
Folder
515
516
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 31
Date(s)
McDonald, Nettie, 1 item
1920
McDougall, Susie, 1 item
1920
Middleton, The Rev. C. S. H., 3 items
1935
Morgan, J. H., 1 item
1924
15
517
Nat'l Cyclopedia of American Biography, 2 items
1933
15
518
Parker, Arthur C., 1 item
1942
Paul, Fanny G., 1 item
n.d.
Paul, Louis F., 2 items
1921, 1924
Priest, Loring B., 1 item
1942
Pratt, Mason D., 16 items
1933-44
Pratt, Richard H., II, 3 items
1936, 1943
Pratt, Richenda H., 3 items
1902
Pratt, Sarah Smith, 2 items
1933-34
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 6 items
1924, 1926
Rogers, Will, 1 item
1936
Sage, Margaret Olivia Slocum, 1 item
1901
Russell Sage Foundation, 2 items
1943
15
15
15
15
15
519
520
521
522
523
15
524
Smiley, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K., 1 item
1929
15
525
Sparhawk, Frances C., 2 items
1926
Stevick, Marion (Pratt), 3 items
1934-35
15
526
United States Dept. of the Interior, 2 items
1935
15
527
University of Oklahoma Press, 7 items
1940-41
15
528
Warner, Glenn S., 1 item
1953
Wells, Nana Stevick, 2 items
1955
15
529
Yale University Library, 1 item
1955
15
530
Miscellaneous, 10 items
1919-35, n.d.
ANNA LAURA PRATT
15
15
15
531
532
533
Agnew, Mary N., 1 item
1901
Burke, Charles H., 3 items
1924-25
Dawes, Anna L.,2 items
1896
George H. Doran Co., 1 item
1926
Francis, Mr. and Mrs. John, Jr., 3 items
1917, n.d.
Halbert, Elizabeth L., 1 item
1904
15
534
Harper and Brothers, 1 item
1895
15
535
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 1 item
1889
Series II. Family Correspondence
ANNA LAURA PRATT
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 32
Date(s)
15
536
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 1 item
1890
15
537
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 1 item
1890
15
538
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 1 item
1890
15
539
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 1 item
1890
15
540
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 1 item
1890
15
541
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 1 item
1890
16
542
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 1 item
1890
16
543
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 2 items
1890, 1895
16
544
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 6 items
1901-04
16
545
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 9 items
1906, 1908
16
546
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 3 items
1909
16
547
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 6 items
1910-11
16
548
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 4 items
1912
16
549
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 5 items
1913
16
550
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 8 items
1914
16
551
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 7 items
1914
16
552
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 9 items
1915
16
553
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 8 items
1916
16
554
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 4 items
1917
16
555
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 7 items
1918
16
556
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 3 items
1919
16
557
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 6 items
1920
16
558
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 3 items
1921
16
559
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 5 items
1922
16
560
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 11 items
1923
16
561
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 9 items
1924, n.d.
16
562
Hines, John L., 2 items
1924
Kelly, Clyde, 1 item
1924
Larocque, Annie S., 1 item
n.d.
J. F. Manning Co., 1 item
1927
[Mason], Eunice, 2 items
1903
[Mason], Will and Nana, 1 item
1871
Mather, S. A., 1 item
[1882?]
Paisano, Mary and William, 1 item
1917
Pendleton, David, 1 item
1879
16
17
17
17
563
564
565
566
Series II. Family Correspondence
ANNA LAURA PRATT
Box
17
17
Folder
567
568
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 33
Date(s)
Proctor, Edna Dean, 3 items
1903
Robitaille, Emily P., 1 item
1925
Wheelock, Dennison, 3 items
1894-95
Wright, E. W., 1 item
1862
MASON DELANO PRATT
17
17
17
569
570
571
Botsford, Della F., 1 item
1943
Brunhouse, R. L., 2 items
1933
Burgess, Marianna, 2 items
1919
Chandler, Harry, 1 item
1924
Collier, John, 3 items
1933, 1943
Dagenet, Emily P., 2 items
1943
17
572
Eastman, Elaine Goodale, 3 items
1934
17
572a
Florida prisoners (correspondence relating to), 32 items
1943
17
573
Gardner, Walter M., 2 items
1943
17
574
Hawkins, Edgar M., 1 item
1924
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 7 items
1933, 1942-44
Hepburn, Andrew H., 1 item
1942
Holt, Rackham, 1 item
1942
Lipps, O. H., 2 items
1943
Nat'l Cyclopedia of American Biography, 2 items
1933
Nye, Col. W. S., 1 item
1943
Paul, William L., 1 item
1943
Peele, Mrs. S. J.?, 1 item
1945
Pettinos, George F., 1 item
1943
17
17
17
17
575
576
577
578
17
579
Pratt, Richard H., II, 5 items
1937, 1942-43
17
580
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 2 items
1933
Saturday Evening Post, 2 items
1939
Sickles, C. M., 1 item
1943
Stevick, Marion (Pratt), 1 item
1933
Tousey, Col. Thomas G., 2 items
1938
17
581
RICHARD HENRY PRATT
17
582
Hawkins, Edgar M., 18 items
1906-23
17
583
Hawkins family, 9 items
1908-23
17
584
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 12 items
1886, 1890-92
17
585
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 11 items
1893-99
Series II. Family Correspondence
RICHARD HENRY PRATT
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 34
Date(s)
17
586
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 8 items
1901
17
587
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 13 items
1902
17
588
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 7 items
1904
17
589
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 5 items
1905
17
590
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 8 items
1906
17
591
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 3 items
1907
17
592
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 8 items
1908
17
593
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 9 items
1909
17
594
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 7 items
1910
17
595
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 9 items
1911
17
596
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 8 items
1912
17
597
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 9 items
1913
17
598
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 12 items
1914
17
599
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 9 items
1915
17
600
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 7 items
1916
17
601
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 9 items
1917
17
602
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 12 items
1918
17
603
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 12 items
1919
18
604
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 5 items
1920
18
605
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 6 items
1921
18
606
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 10 items
1922
18
607
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 27 items
1923, n.d.
18
608
McCombs, Bobby, 2 items
1922
McCombs, Ellenor and Robert S., 11 items
1922-23
18
609
Pratt, A. Laura (Mason), 3 items
1864
18
610
Pratt, A. Laura (Mason), 2 items
1868, 1870
18
611
Pratt, A. Laura (Mason), 9 items
1874
18
612
Pratt, A. Laura (Mason), 6 items
1878
18
613
Pratt, A. Laura (Mason), 12 items
1879
18
614
Pratt, A. Laura (Mason), 10 items
1883-87
18
615
Pratt, A. Laura (Mason), 5 items
1892-1917, n.d.
18
616
Pratt, Jennie E., 2 items
1901, 1918
Pratt, Mabel, 2 items
1919, n.d.
18
617
Pratt, Mason D., 14 items
1878, 1918-19
18
618
Pratt, Mason D., 11 items
1920, 1922-23
Series II. Family Correspondence
RICHARD HENRY PRATT
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 35
Date(s)
18
619
Pratt, Richard, H., II, 10 items
1917-23
18
620
Pratt, Richenda, 1 item
1890
18
621
Pratt, Sarah (Sally), 6 items
1919-23
Pratt, Seth B., 1 item
1883
18
622
Stevick, Dorothy, 5 items
1920, 1922
18
623
Stevick, Guy LeRoy, 10 items
1903-19
18
624
Stevick, Guy LeRoy, 13 items
1922-23
18
625
Stevick, Marion (Pratt), 14 items
1919-23, n.d.
18
626
Stevick, Mary E., 8 items
1918-23
18
627
Stevick, Roy, 11 items
1918-19
18
628
Stevick family, 12 items
1922-23, n.d.
18
629
Unidentified, 9 items
1901-23, n.d.
RICHARD HENRY PRATT, II
18
630
Brewster, W., 1 item
1927
18
631
Gansworth, Leander N., 2 items
1943
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 3 items
1936, 1955
Lipps, Oscar H., 1 item
1943
Pettinos, George F., 1 item
1943
Pratt, Mason D., 1 item
1943?
Rogers, Edward L., 2 items
1943
United States Dept. of the Interior, 1 item
1943
18
18
18
632
633
634
SARAH PRATT
18
635
Sisson, Edgar, 1 item
1931
GUY LeROY STEVICK
18
636
Chandler, Harry, 1 item
1923
Collier, Robert, 1 item
1914
18
637
Eastman, Elaine Goodale, 4 items
1934
18
638
Harper, Bessie C., 1 item
1943
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 1 item
1924
Stevick, Marion (Pratt), 2 items
1888
United States Dept. of the Interior, 1 item
1929
18
639
MARION PRATT STEVICK
18
640
Dagenett, Emily P., 1 item
1929
Eastman, Elaine Goodale, 1 item
n.d.
Series II. Family Correspondence
MARION PRATT STEVICK
Box
18
18
18
18
18
Folder
641
642
643
644
645
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 36
Date(s)
Frysinger, W. Maslin, 1 item
1923
Hawkins, Nana (Pratt), 1 item
1934
Leussler, Harrison, 1 item
1928
Paul, William L., 1 item
1897
Pratt, Mason D., 1 item
1943
Seabrook, Alice M., 1 item
1920
Standing Bear, Chief, 2 items
1929, n.d.
Stevick, Roy, 1 item
1918
Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 1 item
1929
Series III. Addresses, Diaries, Writings, and Notes
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 37
Series III. Addresses, Diaries, Writings, and Notes
Box
Folder
Description
Date(s)
Series III. Addresses, Diaries, Writings, and Notes
1862-1953
4 boxes
This series contains addresses, articles, and notes written by Pratt. In addition
there is a diary kept by Pratt during the Civil War and several versions of an
autobiographical work that Pratt wrote in his later years. Two drafts of this manuscript
are filed under Pratt's working title, The Indian No Problem. Fragments of a later
version with a foreword and conclusion written by Pratt's widow are filed under her
title, Indian Trails. A revised and edited version of Pratt's manuscript was published
in 1964 under the title Battlefield and Classroom. A galley proof of this manuscript is
also included in this series. Addresses given by Pratt are arranged in chronological
order. Title or subject is noted along with place of delivery if known. Copies of nine
articles by Pratt are also included in this series. Not all of these reminiscences
or statements were written for publication. Finally, there are several folders of
miscellaneous notes and writings by members of Pratt's family.
ADDRESSES
19
646
Civilizing the Indian, 1 item
1879?
19
647
Indian civilization, before the Nat'l Educ. Convention, 1
item
1883
19
648
Purpose of Sioux Commission, before the General
Council of Sioux, 1 item
1888
19
649
Civilizing the Indian, before Protestant ministers, 1 item
1891
19
650
Breaking away from the reservation, before Carlisle
students, 1 item
1894
19
651
Civil service and public education, before the
Cumberland County Teacher's Association, 1 item
1897
19
652
Civil service, before Senate Committee (with printed
copy of actual testimony), 2 items
1897
19
653
Civilizing the Indian, before Baptists, 1 item
1904
19
654
Pratt's retirement, before Carlisle students?, 1 item
1904?
19
655
"The Indian No Problem," before the Philadelphia
women's club, 1 item
1904?
19
656
Freedom and responsibility, before the Miss Wolcott
School, 1 item
1905
19
657
Abraham Lincoln, before the Colorado Commandery of
the Loyal Legion, 1 item
1906
19
658
Equality for minorities, before the Second Presbyterian
Church of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1 item
1906
19
659
Civilizing the Indian, before the Good Citizenship
Convention, 1 item
1910
19
660
The Negro and slavery, before a "colored" audience in
Philadelphia, 2 items
1911
Series III. Addresses, Diaries, Writings, and Notes
ADDRESSES
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 38
Date(s)
19
661
"The Fathers of the Republic on Indian Transformation
and Redemption," before the Society of American Indian,
1 item
1913
19
662
"Indian Schools--an Exposure," before the Ladies
Missionary Society, 1 item
1914?
19
663
"Our Forlorn Indians," before the Lake Mohonk
Conference, 1 item
1915?
19
664
"Synopsis of Several Addresses on Indians at
Pasadena, Los Angeles, and Redlands, California," 1
item
1916
19
665
"Talk before Northern California Indian Association," 1
item
1916
19
666
"The Place and Destiny of the Indian in the Nation's
Life," before a California audience, 1 item
1916?
19
667
"To the 1921 Graduating Class of the Riverside School,"
1 item
1921
19
668
Civilizing the Indian, 2 items
n.d.
19
669
Civilizing the Indian, before the California Indian
Association, 1 item
n.d.
19
670
Civilizing the Indian, before the Presbyterian Assembly,
1 item
n.d.
19
671
Equality for minorities, 2 items
n.d.
19
672
Indian dance, before Author's Club, Rochester, N.Y., 2
items
n.d.
ARTICLES
19
673
"Against Further Bureauizing the Indians," 1 item
1904
19
674
"Executing the Indian Whiskey Law," 1 item
n.d.
19
675
"The First Comanche School," 4 items
n.d.
19
676
"The Florida Indian Prisoners of 1875 to 1878," 2 items
n.d.
19
677
"An Indian Dance," 1 item
n.d.
19
678
"Indian Promptness," 1 item
n.d.
19
679
Interview with R. H. Pratt, 1 item
1896
19
680
"Some Experiences with Our Most Nomadic Indians," 2
items
n.d.
19
681
R. H. Pratt's annotations on a speech of E. B. Merritt, 3
items
n.d.
DIARIES
19
682
Record of expeditions, 1 item
1873-74
19
683
War diary, No. 1, with transcript, 2 items
1862
19
684
War diary, No. 2, with transcript, 2 items
1862
Series III. Addresses, Diaries, Writings, and Notes
DIARIES
Box
Folder
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 39
Description
Date(s)
19
685
War diary, No. 3, with transcript, 2 items
1862
19
686
War diary, No. 4, with transcript, 2 items
1862-63
MANUSCRIPTS
The Indian No Problem
(early draft),
20
687
Chaps. 1-4
n.d.
20
688
Chaps. 5-9
n.d.
20
689
Chaps. 10-17
n.d.
20
690
Chaps. 18-22
n.d.
20
691
Chaps. 23-27
n.d.
20
692
Chaps. 28-31
n.d.
The Indian No Problem
(later draft),
20
693
Chaps. 1-4
n.d.
20
694
Chaps. 5-9
n.d.
20
695
Chaps. 10-17
n.d.
20
696
Chaps. 18-22
n.d.
20
697
Chaps. 23-26
n.d.
20
698
Chaps. 27-30
n.d.
Indian Trails,
21
699
foreword by Mrs. Pratt and Chaps. 3-4
n.d.
21
700
Chaps. 6-9
n.d.
21
701
Chaps. 10-15
n.d.
21
702
Chaps. 19, 23-28
n.d.
21
703
Conclusion (compiled by Mrs. Pratt)
n.d.
21
704
Extra copies from Pratt manuscript (appendix)
n.d.
21
705
(4 chapters)
n.d.
21
706
(2 chapters)
n.d.
Battlefield and Classroom,
See also: Box 22, folders 723-24 (p. 40)
21
707
Manuscript, miscellaneous pages
n.d.
21
708
Manuscript, miscellaneous pages
n.d.
21
709
Manuscript, miscellaneous pages
n.d.
21
710
Manuscript, miscellaneous pages
n.d.
21
711
Manuscript, miscellaneous pages
n.d.
NOTES
Series III. Addresses, Diaries, Writings, and Notes
NOTES
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 40
Date(s)
22
712
Notebook: donors to "Charity Fund," 1 item
n.d.
22
713
Notebook: list of Indian prisoners, 1 item
1874
22
714
Notebook: list of Indian prisoners, 1 item
1874
22
715
Notes: R. H. Pratt's original memos for Etahdleuh
Doanmoe's drawings, 32 items
n.d.
22
716
R. H. Pratt: miscellaneous writings
n.d.
FAMILY WRITINGS
22
717
Nana Pratt Hawkins: notes and writings
n.d.
22
718
Anna L. Pratt: reminiscences
n.d.
22
719
Mason D. Pratt: notes
n.d.
22
720
R. H. Pratt, II?: manuscript on coaching
n.d.
22
721
R. H. Pratt, II?: notes for manuscript on coaching
n.d.
22
722
Marion Pratt Stevick: essay on Manimic
1953
MANUSCRIPTS
Battlefield and Classroom
22
723
Galley proof, chaps. 1-10
22
724
Galley proof, chaps. 11-30
Series IV. Photographs and Drawings
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 41
Series IV. Photographs and Drawings
Box
Folder
Description
Date(s)
Series IV. Photographs and Drawings
1875-1904
4 boxes
Complete and exact identification of individuals, buildings and scenes in the
photographs in this series was not possible. The photographs have therefore been
grouped together in a general subject arrangement. There are cut film negatives for
many of the photographs in this series. These negatives are also arranged by subject
and are filed after the photographs. Contact prints have been made for the glass
plate negatives, and the originals have been placed in Restricted Fragile, where they
may be consulted only with the approval of the appropriate curator. This series also
contains several sketchbooks of drawings made by Indian prisoners at St. Augustine,
Florida, and Indian students at Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
PHOTOGRAPHS
23
725
Carlisle Indian Industrial School, 9 items:
n.d.
23
726
Carlisle School, 3 items
n.d.
23
727
Carlisle School graduating classes, 6 items
1889-92
23
728
Carlisle School graduating classes, 6 items
1894-1900, n.d.
23
729
Carlisle School students, 8 items
1878-81
23
730
Carlisle School students, 13 items
1894-1903, n.d.
23
731
Carlisle School students, 10 items
n.d.
23
732
Carlisle School teachers and benefactors, 8 items
1895-1904, n.d.
23
733
Fort Apache and White Mountain Indians, 3 items
n.d.
23
734
Indian chiefs, 3 items
n.d.
23
735
Indian drawings, 11 items
n.d.
23
736
Indian miscellaneous, 5 items
n.d.
23
737
Indian women, 11 items
n.d.
23
738
New Mexican Indians, 8 items
n.d.
23
739
R. H. Pratt, 8 items
1886-1900, n.d.
23
739a
Contact print of R. H. Pratt color slide, 1 item
1914
23
740
R. H. Pratt, W. A. Cleveland, and F. A. Wright (Sioux
Commission), 1 item
1889
23
741
R. H. Pratt and General Cooke, 1 item
n.d.
23a
742
R. H. Pratt, miscellaneous, 6 items
1890, n.d.
23a
743
St. Augustine, Florida: Fort Marion, 5 items
n.d.
23a
744
Fort Marion (stereograms), 18 items
n.d.
23a
745
Indian prisoners, 3 items
1875
23a
746
Indian prisoners, 15 items
1875-78
23a
747
Indian prisoners (stereograms), 2 items
n.d.
Series IV. Photographs and Drawings
PHOTOGRAPHS
St. Augustine, Florida: Fort Marion, 5 items
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 42
Date(s)
23a
748
Stereograms, miscellaneous, 7 items
n.d.
23a
749
Standing Bear, Luther, with biographical note, 1 item
n.d.
23a
750
Stereograms, miscellaneous, 6 items
n.d.
23a
751
Miscellaneous and unidentified, 3 items
n.d.
23b
751a
Lantern slides of selected visual materials in the Pratt
Papers, assorted subjects, 38 items
n.d.
NEGATIVES
24
752
Carlisle Indian Industrial School, 3 items
n.d.
24
753
Carlisle Indian Industrial School, students, 22 items
n.d.
24
754
Indian drawings, 25 items
n.d.
24
755
R. H. Pratt, 6 items
n.d.
24
756
St. Augustine, Florida: Fort Marion and Indian prisoners,
5 items
n.d.
24
757
Miscellaneous, 6 items
n.d.
24
758
Contact prints for glass negatives: R. H. Pratt, 2 items
n.d.
24
759
Empty folder
This folder was previously identified as glass negative: R. H. Pratt, 1 item /
n.d. This item, a color slide portrait of Pratt, has been moved to box 23,
folder 739a
24
760
Contact prints for glass negative: R. H. Pratt, 1 item
n.d.
24
761
Contact prints for glass negatives: R. H. Pratt, 2 items
n.d.
24
762
Contact print for glass negative: R. H. Pratt, 1 item
n.d.
24
763
Contact prints for glass negatives: R. H. Pratt on his
horse, Kiowa, 2 items
n.d.
24
764
Empty folder
This folder was previously identified as glass slides: assorted subjects
(duplicates of photos), 38 items / n.d. These lantern slides have been
moved to box 23b, folder 751a
DRAWINGS
24
765
Buffalo Meat's price list (drawing), 1 item
Stored in: Oversize, box 33, folder 834
n.d.
24
766
Drawings by Indian prisoners at St. Augustine, Florida
(sketchbook), 1 item
The first and last leaves of this sketchbook, with the
original title page and first and last sketches, and a
drawing of a Kiowa Indian on a horse, previously laid
in to the sketchbook, are stored in: Oversize, box 33,
folders 834a-834c
1876
24
767
Drawings by Indian prisoners at St. Augustine, Florida
(sketchbook), 1 item
1875-78
Series IV. Photographs and Drawings
DRAWINGS
Box
Folder
Description
24
768
Drawings by Indian (Ohetoint?) at Carlisle, Pennsylvania
(sketchbook), 1 item
24
769
Drawings by Etahdleuh Doanmoe
Stored in: Stand Alone Art Boxes, boxes 31 and 32
Display on Etahdleuh Doanmoe
Stored in: Oversize, box 33, folder 835
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 43
Date(s)
1880
Series V. Clippings and Miscellaneous Publications
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 44
Series V. Clippings and Miscellaneous Publications
Box
Folder
Description
Date(s)
Series V. Clippings and Miscellaneous Publications
1874-1953
5 boxes
This series contains several folders of newspaper clippings about R. H. Pratt,
the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, and other Indian topics. Also included are
fourteen scrapbooks of clippings and memorabilia relating to various Indian subjects.
Miscellaneous magazines, pamphlets, and Carlisle School publications are also
filed in this series. The series is arranged alphabetically by type of material. The
newspaper clippings are arranged chronologically and the scrapbooks are grouped
together under the name of the compiler when it is known.
NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, ETC.
25
770
Carlisle School publications: annual reports, 3 items
1890, 1899
25
771
The Arrow, 3 items
1904, 1907
25
772
The Carlisle Arrow and Red Man, 5 items
1917
25
773
The Carlisle Arrow and Red Man, 3 items
1918
25
774
Catalogue of the Indian IndustrialSchool, 1 item
1902
25
775
The Indian Helper, 3 items
1897
25
776
Invitations, menus, programs, miscellaneous, 13 items
n.d.
25
777
The Morning Star, 1 item
1883
25
778
Names of Graduates, 2 items
1914
25
779
The Red Man, 1 item
1896
25
780
The Red Man and Helper, 5 items
1904
Magazines
25
781
"The Alaskan Fisherman," 1 item
1924
"The Army and Navy Journal," 1 item
1894
25
782
"The Indian School Journal," 1 item
1924
25
783
"The Mentor," 1 item
1924
25
784
"The Native American," 1 item
1924
25
785
"Our Young People," 3 items
1897
25
786
"The Regional Review," 1 item
1940
25
787
Miscellaneous clippings
n.d.
Newspapers
25
788
"The Chautauqua Assembly," 1 item
1904
25
789
Clippings
1877-99
25
790
Clippings
1900-04
25
791
Clippings re: Pratt's speech attacking Indian Bureau
1904 May
Series V. Clippings and Miscellaneous Publications
NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, ETC.
Newspapers
Box
Folder
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 45
Date(s)
25
792
Clippings
1907-09
25
793
Clippings
1911-17
25
794
Clippings
1919-23
25
795
Clippings re: Pratt's death
1924
25
796
Clippings
1925-55, n.d.
PAMPHLETS AND SCRAPBOOKS
26
797
Pamphlets: addresses by E. B. Merit
n.d.
26
798
Pamphlets: miscellaneous government publications
n.d.
26
799
Scrapbook of clippings, 1 item
1878-80
27
800
Scrapbook of clippings, 1 item
1880-1916
27
801
Scrapbook of clippings, 1 item
1887
27
802
Scrapbook of clippings, 1 item
1890-91
27
803
Scrapbook of clippings, 1 item
1894, 1897
28
804
Scrapbook of clippings belonging to R. H. Pratt, 1 item
1881-82
28
805
Scrapbook of clippings compiled by A. Laura Pratt, 1
item
1874-78
28
806
Scrapbook of clippings compiled by A. Laura Pratt, 1
item
1879-81
28
807
Scrapbook of clippings compiled by A. Laura Pratt, 1
item
1885-86
29
808
Scrapbook of clippings compiled by A. Laura Pratt, 1
item
1898-1929
29
809
Scrapbook of clippings compiled by Jeanette
Senseney?, 1 item
1899-1904
29
810
Scrapbook of clippings compiled by Marion Pratt (15
articles from the Christian Science Monitor), 1 item
n.d.
29
811
Scrapbook of clippings re: Sioux Commission of 1888, 1
item
n.d.
29
812
Scrapbook of clippings re: Sioux Commission of 1888, 1
item
n.d.
Series VI. Special Files
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 46
Series VI. Special Files
Box
Folder
Description
Date(s)
Series VI. Special Files
1878-1963
.25' (1 box)
Special Files contains miscellaneous and unidentified materials pertaining to Pratt,
the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, the Indian prisoners at St. Augustine, Florida, the
Sioux Commission of 1888, and other topics. The materials are grouped together by
subject and alphabetically under each subject heading.
30
813
Carlisle Indian Industrial School: article on Commandant's
Quarters
1953
30
814
History of the Outing (author unknown)
n.d.
30
815
"Outing" forms and rules
n.d.
30
816
Unidentified articles on the school
1901, n.d.
30
817
Report on returned students
n.d.
30
818
Miscellaneous
n.d.
30
819
Correspondence re: "Good Housekeeping" article by V. L.
Connolly (mimeographed copies)
1929
30
820
Indian prisoners and Hampton Institute -- miscellaneous
articles
1878
30
821
R. H. Pratt: bills, statements, etc.
n.d.
30
822
Biographical materials
n.d.
30
823
Biographical materials
n.d.
30
824
Biographical materials on related families
n.d.
30
825
Certificates, deeds, passports, etc.
n.d.
30
826
Memorial plaque at Carlisle Barracks
1955
30
827
C. S. Rhodes' report on Indian administration
1933
30
828
St. Augustine, Florida -- miscellaneous
n.d.
30
829
The Sioux Commission of 1888 -- miscellaneous materials
1888
30
830
General H. L. Scott's speech on the government and the
Indian
1929
30
831
Robert M. Utley's introduction to R. H. Pratt's book
1963
30
832
Miscellaneous
n.d.
30
833
Miscellaneous illustrations
n.d.
Stand Alone Art Boxes
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 47
Stand Alone Art Boxes
Box
Description
Date(s)
Stand Alone Art Boxes
2 boxes
DRAWINGS BY ETAHDLEUH DOANMOE
The drawings by Etahdleuh Doanmoe are on ledger book paper. Some include manuscript
caption titles; others have brief descriptions typed on them. Some sheets are numbered
and have been arranged sequentially. Other, unnumbered drawings have been interfiled as
appropriately as possible. They are identified on the list below by placing their numbers in
brackets.
31
(1) Kiowa camp on reservation. Council
(2) Fort Sill
(3) Confrontation of Indians and U.S. Army
(4) Capt. Pratt and Kicking Bird meeting Kiowas
(5) Night of the surrender -- dance -- Indian lodges
(6) Passing of prisoners in front of Medicine Bluffs
(7) Prisoners entering Fort Sill
(8) 70 warriors placed in irons
(9) Loading prisoners in army wagons
(10) Camp en route to railroad
[11] Prisoners arriving at Caddo
1875 May 5
[12] Roll-call, Fort Marion
[18]75-78
[13] Camp on Anastasia Island
1876
[14] Indians moving cannon. Ft. Marion
1876
(15) Arrival in Nashville, Tennessee, attempted suicide
(16) Suicide left in Nashville
(17) Arrival in Jacksonville, Florida
(18) Transferral from train to steamboat at Jacksonville
[19] Arrival in St. Augustine
(20) Inside Fort Marion. Indians on terreplein
32
(21) Catching sharks at St. Augustine harbor
(22) Young Kiowas dressed for a ceremonial visit
(23) Prisoners' camp, Anastasia Island
(24) Kiowa banquet back home
(25) Omaha dance at St. Augustine
(26) Kiowas killing buffalo
(27) Trip to Matanzas
Stand Alone Art Boxes
DRAWINGS BY ETAHDLEUH DOANMOE
Box
Description
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 48
Date(s)
(28) Weekly religious service at Fort
(29) Classes for prisoners at Fort
(30) Capt. Pratt's residence at Fort
(31) Prisoners' military drill
[32] Prisoners moving the Chapel St. Augustine
[33] Indian council
[34] [Three ships]
[35] [Railroads and houses]
[36] Plaza and Cathedral, St. Augustine
[37] U.S. Cavalry
1877
Oversize
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 49
Oversize
Box
Folder
Description
Date(s)
Oversize
1 box
PHOTOGRAPHS AND DRAWINGS
33
834
Buffalo Meat's price list (drawing), 1 item
n.d.
33
834a
Original title page and first sketch of Drawings by Indian
prisoners at St. Augustine, Florida (sketchbook), 1876
[1876]
33
834b
Original page 16 of Drawings by Indian prisoners at St.
Augustine, Florida (sketchbook), 1876
[1876]
33
834c
Drawing of Kiowa on horse laid in loose to Drawings by
Indian prisoners at St. Augustine, Florida (sketchbook),
1876
n.d.
33
835
Display on Etahdleuh Doanmoe
n.d.
Restricted Fragile
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 50
Restricted Fragile
Box
Folder
Description
Restricted Fragile
1 box
34
836
Box 23, folder 739a
34
837
Box 24, folder 758
34
838
Box 24, folder 760
34
839
Box 24, folder 761
34
840
Box 24, folder 762
34
841
Box 24, folder 763
Richard Henry Pratt papers
WA MSS S-1174 - Page 51
Access Terms
This collection is indexed under the following access points in Orbis, the Yale University Library online catalog.
Subjects
Abbott, Lyman, 1835-1922.
Armstrong, S. C. (Samuel Chapman), 1839-1893.
Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887.
Dawes, Henry L. (Henry Laurens), 1816-1903.
Gates, Merrill Edwards, 1848-1922.
Harris, William Torrey, 1835-1909.
Hyde, Alexander.
Jackson, Sheldon, 1834-1909.
Montezuma, Carlos, 1866-1923.
Parker, Arthur Caswell, 1881-1955.
Pratt, Richard Henry, 1840-1924.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
United States Indian School (Carlisle, Pa.)
Indians of North America --Education.
Indians of North America --Government relations.
United States --History --Civil War, 1861-1865.
Diaries --United States.
Drawings --United States.
Photoprints --United States.
Authors
Pratt, Richard Henry, 1840-1924.
Occupations and Functions
Soldiers --United States.
Teachers --Pennsylvania.
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