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TopicFamilies, Leaving Genoa
SummaryRegarding B. J. Young's trouble with his child or dependent, unnamed here, after he ran away from Genoa, and request to "Mr. Sherrie" to do something to help him with the boy.
SummaryRegarding Mr. Sherry's expressed inability to help B. J. Young's child or dependent by relocating him to another school after running away from Genoa.
TopicComing to Genoa, Health, Disease and Mortality, Education and Curriculum, Leaving Genoa, School Operations
SummaryRegarding S. Toledo Sherry's April 1922 report to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs of his activities as Genoa's Day School Inspector.
TopicEducation and Curriculum, Leaving Genoa
SummaryProgram booklet for "Bits O'Blarney" operetta performed by students as part of the 1929 commencement celebrations.
SummaryGraduation program for Genoa that lists speakers in order of their appearance as well as the students who were graduating.
PeopleRev. C. F. Sandahl, Pflock, Will H. Maupin, Barnard, Sam B. Davis, Rev. C. E. Ruch, Clifford L. Baker, Garfield G. Quickbear, Thomas Carson Walker, Jr., Theodore A. Robertson, Thomas Berris Walker, Eva E. Iyott, Henrietta Racine, Nora Margaret Grant, Elma Louise Barada, Louise Berry Child, Irene S. Big Bear, Cecile Anona Pepion, Grace Louise Pepion, Dorothy Marie Miller, Ella Marietta Knudsen, Pansy Isabel Blacksmith, Lydia Fedelia Red Leaf, Louise Orvine Rice Hill, Mathilda Veronica Longee, Julia Elaine Robinson, Irene Marilyn Racine, Ramona Marie Fielder, Bertha Louise Grant, Evangeline Jones, Elizabeth Mad Plume, Rose Cleo P. Seed, Julia Myrtle Spitto, Alice Arvilla Stacy, Vivian Beryl Neiss, Mary Isabel Cline, Grace Mary LaBeau, Lily Agnes McKee, Mary Kawkeka, Scott Lee Whipple, William Grey Fox, John Crosby, Jr., James A. Nash, Arthur Hans, George Soldier, Albert Green Deer, Marion Joseph Walker
TopicComing to Genoa, Families, Leaving Genoa
SummaryRegarding the enclosed letter, a vacation application, and the unknown whereabouts of the mother of the student who wrote the letter.