School Social Worker D. Current reports on the family and home life of Marvin Andrew Tasso, age 12. Current states that the grandmother would like to keep the boys at home, but sends them to Genoa due to economic reasons.
An unknown school Social Worker reports on the family and home life of Clarence Elliot Tasso, age 13. The report focuses primarily on his family and the condition of the home, with some references to the family's economic status.
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner reports on the education and family of Walter Wabaunasee, age 12. Hamner focuses on the education of Walter until he was removed from Genoa and on the dynamic of this home life.
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner reports on the family and conduct of Ben Waseskuk, age 15. Hamner provides information on the size of the Waseskuk family, children's education, and the condition of the home.
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner reports on the family and conduct of Edith Waseskuk, age 17. Hamner writes that Edith's parents are dead and that this has caused problems with relatives and with her education.