Document gives reason for enrollment as "I live to far from H.S. and out of the H.S. district which I have to pay to enters diff. school district which same not able to do so."
Clyde Sheridan, Jr., age 19, applies to enter grade 11. Application mentions his father, Clyde Sheridan, Sr., owns shares to 80 acres and works as a laborer, and his mother, Mary Sheridan. Application also lists Clyde’s skills and interests include baking, normal training, physical education, woodworks, manual training, band, football, basketball and track.
Application for Enrollment at Genoa for Clyde Sheridan, Jr., 26 July 1932; Folder: Applications 1932, Box 1, Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Department of the Interior. Office of Indian Affairs. Winnebago Agency. School Subject Correspondence, 1921-1935; Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, NAID 6094120; Record Group 75; National Archives and Records Administration—Kansas City.