Application for Enrollment at Genoa for May Delilah St. Clair, Sept. 1929
Summary:Document gives reason for enrollment as "Child lives within about two miles of public school, but it is believed more practical for her to enroll for four year course in boarding school."
May Delilah St. Clair, age 14, applies to enter Genoa for 4 years. Application mentions her father, White St. Clair, and her mother, Ellen St. Clair, both living.
Citation:Application for Enrollment at Genoa for May Delilah St. Clair, Sept. 1929; 806.2 Application Blanks, Genoa Indians, Vacation Requests and Transportation Requests, 227; Entry 8, Wind River Agency, General Correspondence Files 1890-1960, 806.1-806.2 (NAID 571199); Bureau of Indian Affairs, Wind River Agency; Record Group 75; National Archives and Records Administration—Denver.