|Henry W. Smith, an ex-student, who is employed as carpenter and painter
at the Oneida Boarding
School, is very much pleased at having the “dear old Arrow” sent him. He says he certainly appreciates the interesting little paper. He says he would like to visit the school once more.
March 17, 1911 ARROW
|Henry W. Smith, an Oneida ex-student, says: .
“I am well pleased to know that I have not been forgotten. I have tried to make good use of-what Carlisle has taught me. I am not working for-the Government now, but am back on the farm trying to farm the best I know how.“’
June 7, 1912 ARROW and September 1912 RED MAN [magazine]
|Henry W. Smith writes from West Depere, Wis., R, F. D. 2, that he is
March 6, 1914 ARROW