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Alfred Irving ("Pete") Hallowell was an anthropologist best known for his studies of Ojibwa culture and world-view, and the innovative use of the Rorschach Test in his studies of the psychological interrelations of individuals and their culture. Early in his career, Hallowell worked as a social case worker for Family Service, and even after moving on to study anthropology in 1920 (M.A.), he carried with him an interest in ethnic and racial culture, developing additional interests in psychological testing. Except for the years 1944-1947, when he taught at Northwestern University, Hallowell spent his entire career at the University of Pennsylvania where he was professor of anthropology, professor of anthropological psychiatry in the Medical School, and curator of social anthropology at the University Museum. A cultural anthropologist, Hallowell's use of clinical psychological methods, especially Rorschach tests, was both innovative and controversial in his discipline. In his research, he concentrated on the Algonkian Indians, especially the Abenaki and Ojibwa Indians of Canada and Wisconsin (Berens River, Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin areas), and the Saulteaux of Berens River.

The Alfred Irving Hallowell Papers (1892-1981) contain correspondence, subject files, manuscripts of published and unpublished works by Hallowell, papers by colleagues and students, research notes kept by Hallowell, with a special emphasis on social organization, personality, behavior, psychology, religion, and folklore. The collection of several hundred photographs provides rich graphic documentation of Hallowell's work among the Ojibwa and Abnaki Indians during the 1930s.

Background note

Alfred Irving ("Pete") Hallowell was an anthropologist best known for his studies of Ojibwa culture and their world-view, and the innovative use of the Rorschach Test in his studies of the psychological interrelations of individuals and their culture. He was born on 28 December 1892 in Philadelphia, the son of Edgar Lloyd and Dorothy Edsall Hallowell. After a three-year course at a manual high school, Hallowell attended the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce of the University of Pennsylvania. Since at that time the Wharton School was home to the social sciences and had a flexible curriculum, Hallowell took several elective courses in sociology and economics. By the time he graduated in 1914, Hallowell had abandoned the idea of a business career in favor of one in the social sciences. Hallowell lacked the finances to continue with graduate studies immediately, so he became a caseworker with the Family Society and took courses in anthropology on the side. Lectures by Alexander A. Goldenweiser, an anthropologist at the Pennsylvania School of Social Work, introduced Hallowell to the use of psychoanalytic theory in social science. He also took several courses with anthropologist Frank G. Speck at the University of Pennsylvania, who inspired Hallowell's interest in working with Native American cultures.

Speck helped Hallowell obtain a Harrison Fellowship so that he could pursue full-time graduate work in anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. Hallowell earned an master's degree in 1920, and his thesis research involved fish nets and netting in North America. In 1924 Hallowell received a PhD in anthropology. His dissertation, "Bear Ceremonialism in the Northern Hemisphere," was published as an entire issue of American Anthropologist in 1926. This study reveals the complex system of beliefs and ceremonies about the bear that were practiced among primitive peoples living throughout the circumboreal culture area of northern Europe, Asia, and North America.

Hallowell's field studies, which began in the late 1920s, involved the Abenaki of Quebec; the Montagnais-Naskapi of Labrador; and especially the Ojibwa-speaking peoples of the Lake Winnipeg region. His studies provide a complete ethnographic record of Ojibwa culture, including aspects of kinship and social organization, economics, technology, ecological relationships, medicine, religion, and folklore. Hallowell went beyond ethnological issues to those involving the psychological dimensions of Ojibwa acculturation. Such pioneering research required the development of new methodology, and Hallowell chose to make use of the then-new Rorschach Tests. Hallowell saw the Rorschach Test as a subtle and relatively culture-free way of probing the complexities of personality. Additionally, the Rorschach Test allowed comparisons on both an individual and group basis. Hallowell published several works on both the methodological theory and field use of Rorschach Tests, including "Rorschach Protocols of 151 Berens River Adults and Children and 155 Adults From Lac du Flambeau," and "The Rorschach Technique in Personality and Culture Studies."

In later years Hallowell's research involved the history of Native American-white relationships and the history of anthropology. Before Hallowell, little had been written on the impact of Native Americans on Euro-American culture. His ground-breaking studies in this area culminated in such publications as "The Backwash of the Frontier: The Impact of the Indian on American Culture." Hallowell's later studies also included the psychological dimension of human evolution, which brought together "as an integral whole the organic, psychological, social, and cultural dimensions of the evolutionary process as they relate to the underlying conditions necessary for human existence." (See Series III, "On Being an Anthropologist: Some Autobiographical Reflections," p. 13.) His publications in this area include "Personality Structure and the Evolution of Man," and "Hominid Evolution, Cultural Adaptation, and Mental Dysfunction.

Except for three years (1944-1947) at Northwestern University, Hallowell spent his entire professional career at the University of Pennsylvania. Hallowell began there in 1922 as an instructor in anthropology, progressing to the the rank of professor in 1939 and chairman of the department in 1941. Between 1947 and 1971, Hallowell was professor of anthropology in psychiatry and curator of social anthropology at the University Museum. After his retirement, he remained active as a visiting professor at the University of Washington, the University of Wisconsin, Bryn Mawr College, the University of Chicago, Temple University, and Chatham College. Throughout his career, Hallowell was an active member of professional societies, serving as president of the American Anthropological Association and the American Folklore Society, chairman of the Division of Anthropology and Psychology of the National Research Council; and a board member of the American Council of Learned Societies and the International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences. He was editor of the American Ethnological Society Monograph series, as well as of publications of the Wenner-Gren Foundation.

Hallowell's professional service and achievements have earned the deep respect of his colleagues and students. Two publications have been printed in his honor: 1) Culture and Experience, in honor of his sixtieth birthday; and 2) Context and Meaning in Cultural Anthropology, his festschrift edited by Melford E. Spiro. In 1976 Fogelson et al. published Contributions to Anthropology: Selected Papers of A. Irving Hallowell, a collection of Hallowell's later works that serves as a complementary volume to Culture and Experience. Hallowell's numerous awards include a Guggenheim fellowship (1940-1941) for studies of personality in primitive cultures; the Viking Medal (1956) for outstanding achievement in anthropology; and memberships in the National Academy of Sciences (1961) and the American Philosophical Society (1963).

Hallowell died, after a long illness, in Wayne, Pennsylvania, on 10 October 1974. He was survived by his wife, Maude Frame Hallowell.

Scope and content

The Alfred Irving Hallowell Papers (1892-1981) contain correspondence, subject files, manuscripts of published and unpublished works by Hallowell, papers by colleagues and students, research notes kept by Hallowell, and photographs, which document Hallowell's career as an anthropologist.

The papers (47 boxes; 8 albums; 30 linear feet) are divided into five series:

Series I. Correspondence 1919-1981 (11 boxes; 5.75 linear feet)
Series II. Subject Files 1921-1976 (2 boxes;.75 linear feet)
Series III. Works by Hallowell 1917-1974 (6 boxes; 3 linear feet)
Series IV. Works by Others 1923-1976 (3 boxes; 1.5 linear feet)
Series V. Research Notes 1892-1964 (18 boxes; 9 linear feet)
Series VI. Photographs 1890s-1971 (8 albums and 4 boxes)

Oversized materials either follow the same series arrangement as noted above or are arranged as noted in an appended folder listing. Cross referencing to oversized material appears on the folders in the standard sized boxes. Reprints have been moved to the printed materials collection of the APS library. If a reprint was found as an enclosure, a photocopy of the title page was filed in its place. To retrieve reprints, consult the card catalog for printed materials.

Collection information

Provenance

The Hallowell Papers were donated to the APS Library by Geraldine M. Frame in 1983 (Accession #1983-1605ms).

Preferred citation

Cite as: A. Irving Hallowell Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information

Processed by Jan S. Ballard, April, 1995

Revisions and photo series processing by Cheryl Grist and Rita Dockery, February, 1997; February, 1998

General note

While there is no container listing for all sub-series in Series VI, many of the photographs have been reproduced for research use, and arranged and described. The photographs and negatives that pertain to Hallowell's research on Native Americans in the United States and Canada were chosen for reproduction (Subseries A-F). Postcards were not reproduced. Each unique image in Subseries A-F has a research photograph and a copy negative. The research photographs have been reprinted from the original negative when possible.

A description of each reproduced item is included in the appendix as well as a detailed narrative of the photograph conservation project.

General note

During processing, the collection was re-foldered and re-housed in acid-free folders and boxes. Metal fasteners were removed and replaced with plastic clips when necessary. A separate listing of torn or severely deteriorated manuscripts and manuscripts that need to have glue and tape removed has been compiled by series and submitted to the Conservation Department.

All newspaper clippings were photocopied onto acid-free paper; the original clippings were then discarded. Other brittle or torn items were also photocopied, and when considered valuable, were retained.

For information on the conservation of the photographs and negatives, all of which are in Series VI, please see the appendix.

Indexing Terms

Genre(s)

  • Autobiographies.
  • Bibliographies.
  • Biographies.
  • Card catalogs.
  • Dictionaries.
  • Dissertations.
  • Drawings.
  • Essays.
  • Field notes.
  • Gelatin silver prints
  • Genealogies
  • Histories
  • Illustrations
  • Interviews
  • Lecture notes
  • Lectures
  • Manuscripts
  • Maps
  • Memorabilia
  • Nitrate negatives
  • Photographs
  • Sketches.

Personal Name(s)

  • Azikiwe, Nnamdi, 1904-1996
  • Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
  • Bunzel, Ruth Leah, 1898-1990
  • Casagrande, Joseph B., (Joseph Bartholomew), 1915-1982
  • Day, Gordon M.
  • Eggan, Fred, 1906-1991
  • Eiseley, Loren C., 1907-1977
  • Fenton, William N., (William Nelson), 1908-2005
  • Hallowell, A. Irving , (Alfred Irving), 1892-1974
  • Hilger, M. Inez, (Mary Inez), 1891-1977
  • Hoebel, E. Adamson (Edward Adamson), 1906-1993
  • Klopfer, Bruno
  • Kluckhorn, Clyden Kay
  • Kroeber, A. L., (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960
  • Leighton, Dorothea Cross, 1908-
  • Linton, Ralph, 1893-1953
  • Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978
  • Moe, Henry Allen, 1894-1975
  • Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941
  • Roe, Anne, 1904-
  • Speck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), 1881-1950
  • Spier, Leslie, 1893-1961
  • Spiro, Melford E.
  • Voegelin, C.F. (Charles Frederick), 1906-1986
  • Wallace, Anthony F. C., 1923-2015
  • Wheeler-Voegelin, Erminie, 1903-1988

Subject(s)

  • Abenaki Indians
  • Abenaki language
  • Acculturation.
  • Algonquian Indians--Canada
  • Algonquian Indians--Religion and mythology
  • Algonquian Indians--Social life and customs
  • Algonquian Indians--United States
  • Anishinaabe
  • Aztecs.
  • Bears--Folklore
  • Bears--Mythology
  • Cherokee children
  • Fishing nets
  • Hopi Indians
  • Indians of Mexico
  • Indians of North America--Arizona
  • Indians of North America--Canada
  • Indians of North America--Manitoba
  • Indians of North America--New Mexico
  • Indians of North America--Ontario
  • Indians of North America--Quebec (Province)
  • Language and culture
  • Manitoba--Maps
  • Material culture
  • Mohegan Indians--Social life and customs
  • Navajo Indians
  • Ojibwa Indians--Canada
  • Ojibwa Indians--Medicine
  • Ojibwa Indians--Religion and mythology
  • Ojibwa Indians--United States
  • Ojibwa children--Canada
  • Ojibwa children--United States
  • Ojibwa language
  • Ojibwe people
  • Ontario--Maps
  • Personality and culture
  • Personality tests
  • Projective techniques
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Psychoanalysis and culture
  • Religion and culture
  • Rorschach test
  • Social evolution.
  • Sub-Arctic Indians
  • Thematic Apperception Test.
Collection overview
1919-1973 Box 1-11

Contains the incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, carbons, telegrams, and postcards generated by Hallowell and his colleagues, Native American field informants, students, and family. Professional correspondence includes a letter from Elsie Clews Parsons regarding the American Folklore Society and a letter from Franz Boas in reference to Kwakiutl bear ceremonialism. Native American correspondents include Chief William Berens and Henry L. Masta. Of interest is Hallowell's correspondence with his former student Nnamdi Azikiwe, who invited Hallowell to speak at his installation as Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief of Nigeria in 1961 (see also Series II, Nigeria; and Series III, "To Nigeria"). The series also includes personal correspondence with Dorothy Kern Hallowell, Hallowell's first wife and the mother of William H. Hallowell, during the time when their son was incarcerated at the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia.

Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then chronologically within each folder. When a correspondence file includes letters to a third party (i.e., not Hallowell), the name is indicated on the container list by using an indent under the folder title.

Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically. Enclosed manuscripts have been removed from this series and placed in Series III or IV as appropriate. As with the reprints, a photocopy of the title page was filed with the original letter. Letters of reference are filed under the name of the person who is the subject of the letter.

1921-1976 Box 11-12

Contains materials concerning Hallowell's involvement with professional societies, foundations, conferences, and committees; biographical and bibliographical materials; reviews of The Role of Conjuring in Saulteaux Society; and an interview of Hallowell by Anne Roe. Folders are arranged alphabetically by topic, and items within the files are arranged chronologically.

1917-1974 Box 13-18

contains handwritten and typed notes and drafts of published and unpublished reviews, lectures, articles, and a handbook. This series is arranged alphabetically by title. The earliest work is Hallowell's master's thesis (1920), "The Problem of Fish Nets in North America." The latest is an unpublished lecture titled "Bear Ceremonialism in the Northern Hemisphere: Reexamined," which was given at Bryn Mawr College in 1968. Much of the material comprising this series represents Hallowell's later publications, e.g., "The Rorschach Technique in Personality and Culture Studies" (1956); "The Backwash of the Frontier (1957); "Rorschach Protocols of 151 Berens River Adults and Children and 155 Adults from Lac du Flambeau" (1957); and "Hominid Evolution, Cultural Adaptation, and Mental Dysfunctioning" (1965). For each work, the notes, drafts, and published versions are filed together.

1923-1976 Box 19-21

contains notes and articles written by Hallowell's students and professional colleagues. The authors best represented are William A. Caudill, who studied the Ojibwa, and Blanche Green Watrous, who administered Rorschach Tests to Native American children in the Lac Du Flambeau and Berens River areas. This series is arranged alphabetically by author and then by title.

1892-1964 Box 22-38

contains field and reading notes taken by Hallowell, his students, and colleagues; as well as some course materials. The bulk of the field notes include ethnological observations, folklore, Rorschach Tests, and drawings of the Ojibwa-speaking Native Americans in Canada (Berens Rivers Saulteaux) and Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin. Other major subjects of this series include the Abenaki, marriage and the family, nets and netting, bear cult, self and ego, and Rorschach methodology and materials. The earliest dates in this series refer to the dates of publications from which Hallowell made reading notes. These notes concern general aspects of the history and culture of Native North Americans, as well as clippings depicting them in Euro-American art and literature. This series is arranged alphabetically by subject, and the folder labels reflect Hallowell's original spelling and wording, e.g., terms such as "Indian" are retained. Materials filed under the same label in consecutive folders were kept in the original order in which they were received; thus, materials may not appear in order by date. Also included in this series are three card file boxes. Box 1 contains cards on Ojibwa families of Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin, which note the names of family members, their birth dates, and their tribal affiliations. Cards are arranged alphabetically by family surname, and each family member listed under the surname has been assigned a serial number. At the end of the alphabetical arrangement, individual family member cards are arranged numerically by serial number. Box 1 also contains reading notes on the history of Native Americans in Wisconsin, as well as a bibliography of Ojibwa myths and tales. Box 2 contains a Rorschach bibliography. Cards are arranged according to topics, e.g., "Children," "Aptitude and Talent," and "Special Studies." Box 3 contains a bibliography of literature concerning Native Americans. Cards are arranged first by topic, e.g., "Short Story," "Dime Novel," and "Captivity Stories." Authors of works under each topic are then filed alphabetically.

  

Contains photograph albums, loose prints and negatives taken by Hallowell or others, or given to him during the course of his career. This series also contains reproduction photographs and copy negatives (total 27 boxes) made for research purposes, along with photocopies of most of the reproduction photographs and log sheets. A description of each reproduced item is included in the appendix as well as a detailed narrative of the photograph conservation project.

Researchers seeking to view images from Subseries A-F are requested to use the reproduction photographs.

Organization of reproduction photographs to be used for research use:

The photographs and negatives that pertain to Hallowell's research on Native Americans in the United States and Canada were chosen for reproduction (Subseries A-F). Postcards were not reproduced. Each unique image in Subseries A-F has a research photograph and a copy negative. The research photographs have been reprinted from the original negative when possible.

The photographs have been organized to follow the order of the original photograph albums as closely as possible, with the exception of Subseries F. Basic arrangement for Subseries A-E is from left to right and/or top to bottom, depending on the photograph's original placement on the page. Subseries F, which consists of loose prints never included in an album, has been grouped by approximate geographic location or subject matter as described in the description of each reproduced item.

The reproduction photos are housed individually in polyethylene sleeves along with a stabilizing acid-free board. A label affixed to each board gives the unique number of the image, the tribe or group, location, names of people, dates, cross references to other similar images, and any other information that can be found on or with the photograph or supplied by outside researchers.

Hallowell's personal comments, sometimes written on the verso of prints or on envelopes containing images, are the primary source for identification. Comments provided by other sources are enclosed within brackets, and when available, the outside sources have been noted. The amount of information provided varies. For instance, in Subseries A, many times a group picture has only one person identified, and thus that name is the only one on the label. In contrast, most of the individuals in Subseries E are identified.

All the photographs are considered to be taken by Hallowell unless otherwise noted. Some photographs in Subseries A were taken by Steve Boggs. The photographs in Subseries D may have been given to Hallowell by Frank Gouldsmith Speck.

Native American Images Note : Over 1,500 black & white silver gelatin photographs of Ojibwa, Abenaki, and Mohegan tribes of Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec. Taken by Hallowell from ca.1920-1940 to support his ethnological research, the images are primarily portraits of individuals located outside their respective dwelling or settlement wearing some cultural accessories. Organized in subseries lettered A-J, subseries E and F illustrate artifacts such as drums, canoes, baskets, papoose and utensils. Of note are many prints of dome and pointed wigwams. Subseries I and J contain over 150 black and white postcards of Aztec, Navajo, and Hopi pottery, dwellings, and sculpture. Oversize materials include pencil sketch maps of settlements by native consultants Kiwegwan, Adam Keeper, and Neapit and ink sketch designs for birch bark scrolls by John Keeper. Each photograph has been reproduced with companion copy negatives. An itemized appendix describes each image. Some photographs are published in Hallowell’s The Ojibwa of Berens River, Manitoba (1992).

1930s Copy: 338 photos

Contains photographs of individuals, settlements, scenery, ceremonies, and Hallowell's trip "en route". Prints are arranged into locales, such as Little Grand Rapids and Pauingessi. Many of the photographs showing a group of people have only one person identified by Hallowell, and in this case, the label only names the one person. Additional photographs from this area are in Subseries F.

Description of the reproduction photographs 7.5 boxes of photos & 1.5 boxes of negatives; 338 images.

1930s Copy: 18 photos

Contains photographs and postcards of individuals and buildings. Most of the images in this album are postcards, and thus, were not reprinted.

Description of the reproduction photographs (.5 box); 18 images.

1930 Copy (82 photos

Contains photographs of scenery, Ojibwa and Cree individuals, housing structures, and camps. Also includes images of Island Lake, Cross Lake, and Norway House (a Cree Settlement). Additional photographs from this area are in Subseries F.

Description of the reproduction photographs (2 boxes); 82 images.

[1919, n.d.] Copy: 120 photos

Contains photographs of the Mohegan, Naskapi, and Montagnais tribes. Subjects include buildings, scenery, and individuals, some of whom are in native dress. Additional photographs from this area are in Subseries F.

Description of the reproduction photographs (2.5 boxes); 120 images.

1914-1920s, n.d. Copy: 160 photos

Contains photographs of individuals, some of whom are in native costume, scenery and buildings. Additional photographs from this area are in Subseries F.

Description of the reproduction photographs (4 boxes); 160 images.

[1920s-1952, n.d.] Copy (353 photos)

Contains loose photographs originally grouped in envelopes. Some are duplicates of the images in the albums. Quality of the images vary greatly.

Description of the reproduction photographs (7.5 boxes); 353 images. Where applicable, these have been cross-referenced to the albums. Some images from susbseries G are also represented in this series. Listed below is a breakdown of the images into tribe or group or location:

F1-F37 Tribe/Group: Abnaki
F38-F46 Location: Assawompsett, Wamponowag
F47-F49 Location: Berens River. (Berens River "white folk")
F59-F244 Tribe/Group: Ojibwa
F245-F247 Tribe/Group: Mandan
F248-F249 Location: Mashpee, [Mass.]
F251-F254 Location: Manitou Rapids
F255 Tribe/Group: Montagnais
F256-F257 Tribe/Group: Ojibwa
F258 Tribe Group: Nipissing
F259-F271 Tribe/Group: Abnaki
F272-F299 Tribe/Group: Ojibwa
F300-F305 Tribe/Group: Tete de Boule
F306 Tribe/Group: Abnaki? [Mohegan?]
F307 Tribe/Group: Arikara?
F308 Tribe/Group: [Abnaki?]
F309-F311 Miscellaneous or unknown
F312 Tribe/Group: [Ojibwa?]
F313 Miscellaneous or unknown
F314-F315 Tribe/Group: Ojibwa
F316 Tribe/Group: Eskimo
F317-F331 Miscellaneous
F332-F333 Tribe/Group: Ojibwa
F334-F337 Miscellaneous
F338-F340 Tribe/Group: Abnaki (Abenaki)
F341-F353 Tribe/Group: Ojibwa?

1890s-1971, n.d. Original (ca. 122 photos and 15 negs., some photos in O.S. folder 10)

Contains photographs and negatives of Hallowell and his family, items that removed from other series, and from research on the cultures of Africa, the Americas and Europe. It is currently unprocessed.

Subseries G contains photographs removed from the following folders:

Series I: Darnell, Regna
Fernberger, Samuel W.
Kutsche, Paul
Macklin, Barbara June
Zeller, Edith Valentine
Series II: Nigeria
Series III: "Personality in Primitive Society as Approached Through Rohrschach Techniques" Folder #1
"Pigeon River People"
Series V: Pictographs

n.d. Original: 1 album

Contains postcards depicting ruins, statues, sculpture, and murals from Volterea, Florence, and Rome. Several pictures include manuscript notes taken from readings of Dennis. Not individually catalogued.

1931, n.d. Original: 1 album

Contains postcards and clippings of ruins and sculpture from Chichen Itza, Uxmal, and Mitla. Not individually catalogued.

n.d. Original: 1 album

Contains mostly postcards and some photographs of Native American people and culture. Some negatives for the photographs may be found in Subseries G. Not individually catalogued.

  
  


Detailed Inventory
Series I. Correspondence
1919-1973 Box 1-11

Contains the incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, carbons, telegrams, and postcards generated by Hallowell and his colleagues, Native American field informants, students, and family. Professional correspondence includes a letter from Elsie Clews Parsons regarding the American Folklore Society and a letter from Franz Boas in reference to Kwakiutl bear ceremonialism. Native American correspondents include Chief William Berens and Henry L. Masta. Of interest is Hallowell's correspondence with his former student Nnamdi Azikiwe, who invited Hallowell to speak at his installation as Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief of Nigeria in 1961 (see also Series II, Nigeria; and Series III, "To Nigeria"). The series also includes personal correspondence with Dorothy Kern Hallowell, Hallowell's first wife and the mother of William H. Hallowell, during the time when their son was incarcerated at the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia.

Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then chronologically within each folder. When a correspondence file includes letters to a third party (i.e., not Hallowell), the name is indicated on the container list by using an indent under the folder title.

Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically. Enclosed manuscripts have been removed from this series and placed in Series III or IV as appropriate. As with the reprints, a photocopy of the title page was filed with the original letter. Letters of reference are filed under the name of the person who is the subject of the letter.

Aberle, David F.
1954 Box 1

-See also Ser.II, "Special Session: The Problem of Group Character"-- Introduction

Abramson, Edward J.
1963 Box 1
Abt, Lawrence Edwin
1945 Box 1
Academy of Psychoanalysis
1959 Box 1
Ackerman, K.J.
1961 Box 1
Ackerknecht, Erwin H.
1944-1947 Box 1
Adams, June Macklin
  Box 1

-See Ser.I, Macklin, Barbara June

Admas, Ruth
1961 Box 1
Adelman, Fred
1956-1967 Box 1
Adrian, Audrey
1960 Box 1
Aginsky, Burt W.
1942 Box 1
Aldine Publishing Company
1965-1966 Box 1
Allen, Martin G.
n.d. Box 1
Allport, Gordon W.
1938, 1949 Box 1
Alter, J. Cecil
1954 Box 1
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1945 Box 1
American Anthropological Association
1946-1971 Box 1

-See also Ser.I, Beals, Ralph -See also Ser.I, Redfield, Robert -See also Ser.II, same title

American Anthropological Association. Reorganization Committee
1945-1946 2 folders Box 1
American Anthropological Association. Symposium on Human Nature, 1952
1951-1953 Box 1

-See also Ser.I, Bidney, David -See also Ser.I, Gillin, John Philip -See also Ser.I, Washburn, Sherwood Larned

American Anthropologist
1935-1965 Box 1
American Association for the Advancement of Science
1954-1958 Box 1
American Council of Learned Societies
1942-1945 Box 1
American Ethnological Society
[1950], 1960 Box 1
American Folklore Society
1968-1969, n.d. Box 1
American Friends Service Committee, Inc.
1961 Box 1
American Historical Association
1954 Box 1
American Indian Ethnohistoric Conference
  Box 1

-See Ser.I, American Society for Ethnohistory

American Journal of Orthopsychiatry
1950 Box 1
American Journal of Psychiatry
1949 Box 1
American Men of Science
n.d. Box 1
American Museum of Natural History (N.Y.). Department of Anthropology
1946 Box 1
American Orthopsychiatric Association
1949-1950 Box 1

-See also Ser.I, Jules, Henry

American Philosophical Society
1946-1970 Box 1
American Psychoanalytic Association
1969 Box 1
American Psychological Association
1946, 1958-1962 Box 1
American Psychopathological Association, Inc.
1963-1966 Box 1
American Public Health Association
1950 Box 1
American Society for Ethnohistory
1965 Box 1

-See also Ser.I, American Indian Ethnohistoric Conference

American Sociological Review
1956-1963 Box 1
American Wildlife Institute
1947 Box 1
Anastasi, Anne
1964 Box 1
Andrew, Gwen
  Box 1

-See Ser.I, Michigan. Department of Mental Health

The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
1945-1946, 1961 Box 1
Annual Review of Anthropology
1973 Box 1
Ansari, A.K. Junaid
1958 Box 1
Anthony, H.E.
1934 Box 1
Anthropological Society of Washington
1957-1959 Box 1
Appel, Kenneth E.
1953-1962 Box 1
D. Appleton-Century Co., Inc.
1945 Box 1
Arbuckle, John
1968 Box 1
Ardrey, Robert
1964-1966 Box 1
Arseneau, Calixte
1926 Box 1

in French

Asch, Solomon E.
1957 Box 1
Ashley-Montagu, Montague Francis
1942-1960 Box 1
Asia Foundation
1958 Box 1
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
1958 Box 1
Atheneum Publishers
1966 Box 1
Athey, Elizabeth
1946 Box 1
Atkins, John
1959 Box 1
Azikiwe, Nnamdi
1960-1961 Box 1

-See also Ser.II, Nigeria -See also Ser.III, "To Nigeria"

Baden, Sani E.
1948 Box 1
Baerreis, David A.
1955 Box 1
Baldessane, Thelma
1946 Box 1
Baldwin, Marvela V.
1946 Box 1
Balikei, Asen
1963 Box 1
Baller, Warren R.
1959 Box 1

-See also Ser.I, Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.

Bank Street College of Education, New York
1953 Box 1
Barbeau, C. Marius
1945, 1947 Box 1
Barbeck,
1960 Box 1
Bard College
1963 Box 1
Barens, Harry E.
1926 Box 1
Barnett, H.G.
1946-1956 Box 1
Barnett, James H.
1949-1954 Box 1
Barnouw, Victor
1944-1971 Box 1
Bascom, William R.
1946-1971 Box 1
Beaglehole, Ernest
1937, 1950-1961 Box 1
Beals, Ralph L.
1949-1956 Box 1

-See also Ser.I, American Anthropological Association

Beck, Horace P., Jr.
[1958], n.d. Box 1

-See also Ser.I, Fenton, William Nelson

Beck, Samuel J.
1938-1970 Box 1
Becker, Ernest
1965 Box 1
Becker, Howard
1941-1946, n.d. Box 1
Becker, Marshall Joseph
1971 Box 1
Behavior Science Notes
1969 Box 1
Bellinger, John W.
1961 Box 1
Beltrán, Gonzalo Aguirre
1946 Box 1
Benedict, Anna
n.d. Box 1
Benedict, Ruth
1938 Box 1
Bennett, John W.
1947 Box 1
Benson, C. Randolph
1969 Box 1
Bentley, Harold W.
1959 Box 1
Bere, May
1945 Box 2

-See also Ser.I, Berens, William

Berens, William
1935-1947 Box 2

-See also Ser.I, Bere, May

Beres, David
1958-1961 Box 2
Bergen, Bernard J.
1965 Box 2
Berndt, Fredrick
1956 Box 2
Bessler, Hans
1925 Box 2
Bidney, David
1946-1953 Box 2

-See also Ser.I, American Anthropological Association. Symposium on Human Nature, 1952

Bieder, Robert E.
1972 Box 2
Bierer, Joshua
  Box 2

-See Ser.I, International Congress of Social Psychiatry

Biesheuvel, S.
1951 Box 2
Birket-Smith, Kaj
1926-1937 Box 2
Bishop, William Warner
1931 Box 2
Black, Mary B.
1966 Box 2
Bloom, Lynn Z.
1962 Box 2
Blumenfeld, Ruth
1956-1962 Box 2
Boas, Franz
1925 Box 2
Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc.
1962 Box 2
Bock, Kenneth E.
1953-1962 Box 2
Bodde, Derk
1938 Box 2
Boewe, Charles
n.d. Box 2
Boggs, Stephen Taylor
1952-1963 Box 2
Boglár, L.
1956 Box 2
Bohannen, Paul
1966 Box 2
Boles, John
1957 Box 2
Borhegyi, Stephan F.
1963 Box 2
Boshes, Louis D.
1946 Box 2
Bourguignon, Erika Eichhorn
1945-1963 Box 2

Peterson, Alberta -See also Ser.I, Northwestern University

Bourliére, F.
1946 Box 2
Bouthillier, Eva N.
1941 Box 2
Bowles, Gordon T.
1946 Box 2
Boyer, L. Bryce
1961 Box 2
Bradley, Sculley
1951-1955 Box 2
Brameld, Theodore
1955-1956 Box 2
Brand, Donald D.
1942, 1946 Box 2
Brand, Howard
1953 Box 2
Brandeis University
1956 Box 2
Brenman, Margaret
1942 Box 2
Briggs, Katherine M.
1942 Box 2
Broberg, William E.
1949 Box 2
Brown, G. Gordon
1944, 1948 Box 2
Brown, Joseph E.
1959 Box 2
Brown, Mary K. (Mrs. Nicholas C.)
1967 Box 2
Bruner, Edward M.
1958 Box 2
Bryn Mawr College
1969 Box 2
Buchler, Ira R.
1962 Box 2
Buerkle, Jack V.
1965 Box 2
Bunn, Edward B.
  Box 2

-See Ser.I, Georgetown University

Bunzel, Ruth Leah
1938, n.d. Box 2
Burgess, Ernest W.
1948 Box 2
Burgess, J. Stewart
1947 Box 2
Burkholder, David
1956-1958 Box 2
Busia, Kofi A.
1950 Box 2
Butler, Ruth Lapham
1946 Box 2
Cabot, William B.
  Box 2

-See Ser.I, Speck, Frank Gouldsmith

Calabresi, Viola
1956 Box 2
California State College at Long Beach
1968 Box 2
Callaway, Katherine
1966 Box 2
Campbell, T. Moody
1945 Box 2
Canada. Department of Indian Affairs
1932-1963 Box 2
Canada. Department of Justice
1936 Box 2
Cantril, Hadley
1947-1951 Box 2
Carci, Marthe
1961 Box 2

in French

Carlson, Eric T.
1960-1961 Box 2
Carlson, Gustav G.
1964 Box 2
Carpenter, C. Ray (Clarence Ray), 1905-1975
1956-1960 Box 2
Carpenter, Edmund Snow
1952-1957 Box 2
Carstairs, Morris
1953 Box 2
Cartwright, B.W.
1936 Box 2
Cary, John R.
1961 Box 2
Casagrande, Joseph B.
1949-1962 Box 2
Caudill, William
1949-1960, n.d. Box 2

Redlich, F.C.

Chance, Michael R.A.
1959 Box 2
Chance, Norman Allee
1955-1967 Box 2
Chandler Publishing Co.
1962 Box 2
Chaput, Donald
1965-1966 Box 2
Chase, Fannie S.
1932 Box 2
Chernetsov, V.
1964 Box 2
CIBA Foundation
1964-1965 Box 2

-See also Ser.II, same title

Clark, W.R.
  Box 2

-See also Ser.I, Speck, Frank Gouldsmith

Clarke, Eunic A.
1970 Box 2
Claudel, Alice Moser (Mrs. Calvin)
1953 Box 2
Clifton, James A.
1963 Box 2
Codère, Helen
1951-1962 Box 2
Coelho, Ruy GalvC#o de Andrada
1946-1956 Box 2
Cohen, Felix S. and Lucy
1952-1959 Box 2
Cohen, Ronald
1965 Box 2
Cohen, Yehudi A.
1955-1967 Box 2
Cole, John T.
1958-1968 Box 2
Collins, Henry B.
1956 Box 2
Collio, J.M.
1962 Box 2
Columbia University. Graduate Anthropology Club
1958 Box 2
Columbia University Press
1963 Box 2
Committee for the Study of Animal Societies Under Natural Conditions
1948 Box 2
Companhia Editoria Nacional
1969 Box 2
Comparative Studies in Society and History
1963 Box 2
Conference on Public Health and the Behavioral Sciences
1960 Box 2
Congregational and Christian Churches. Race Relations Division
n.d. Box 2
Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, 31st
1956 Box 2
Conklin, Harold Colyer
[ca. 1971] Box 2
Contemporary Psychology
1956 Box 2
Cooper, John M.
1926-1943 Box 2
Cordwell, Justine
1953 Box 2
Cosmos Club, Washington, DC
1950, 1963 Box 2
Cottrell, Leonard S., Jr.
1941-1959 Box 2
Council on Intercultural Relations
1943 Box 2
Cramer, Maurice B.
1957 Box 2
Cranbrook Institute of Science
1967 Box 2
Crane, Robert I.
1956 Box 2
Cressman, Luther S.
1955-1962 Box 2
Criterion Books, Inc.
1954 Box 2
Current Anthropology
1958-1963 Box 2
Dallstream, Schiff, Hardin, Waite & Dorschel
1955 Box 3
Darnell, Regna
1966-1976 Box 3

-See also Ser. VI, G (Darnell, Regna-- Athabasca, Edmonton, Yellowknife)

Datta-Majumder, Nabendu
1947 Box 3
Davidson,
  Box 3

-See Ser.I, Parsons, Elsie Clews

Davidson, David S.
1928, 1949 Box 3
Davis, Kingsley
1942-1948 Box 3
Davis, Stanley M.
1963 Box 3
Day, Gordon Malcolm
1952-1970 Box 3
De Josselin de Jong, J.P.B.
1926 Box 3
De Laguna, Frederica
1946, 1958-1975 Box 3

-See also Ser.I, Indiana University Press -See also Ser.I, Spier, Leslie -See also Ser.I, Whilte, Philip L.

De Laguna, Grace A.
1962 Box 3
Densmore, Frances
1932 Box 3
Denver Art Museum
1946 Box 3
De Schweinitz, K.
1943 Box 3
Despret, J. Louise
1946 Box 3
Devereux, George
1939-1966 Box 3
DeVilliers, David Z.
1953 Box 3
DeVore, Irven
1958 Box 3
DeVos, George A.
1965 Box 3
Dewdney, Selwyn
1967 Box 3
Dexter, Ralph W.
1949 Box 3
Diamond, Stanley
1963 Box 3
Dickson, Frederick S.
1922-1926 Box 3
Dietrich, Donald H.
1950 Box 3
Diggs, Irene
1947 Box 3
Dobzhansky, Theodosius G.
1962 Box 3
Doll, Eugene E.
1947 Box 3
Dollard, John
1955 Box 3
Donath, Fred
1946 Box 3
Dorsey Press, Inc.
1961 Box 3
Dorson, Richard M.
1953 Box 3
Douglas, Eric
1946 Box 3
Dowling, Sheila
1964-1969 Box 3
Downing, Robert W.
1956 Box 3
Dozier, Edward
1958 Box 3
Dresden, Mark J.
1960 Box 3
Driver, Harold E.
1952 Box 3
Du Bois, Cora
1941 Box 3
Dumouchel, Paul A.
1946 Box 3
Dunn, Sheila
1965 Box 3
Eaton, Joseph W.
1949 Box 3
Eaton, Walter H.
1946 Box 3
Eayrs, S. Lowell
1963 Box 3
Eckelberry, R.H.
1949 Box 3
Edel, Abraham
1953 Box 3
Edman, Irwin
1949 Box 3
Egeland, Janice A.
1972 Box 3
Eggan, Frederick R.
1942-1965 Box 3
Ehrich, Robert W.
1957-1962 Box 3
Eichhorn, Erika
  Box 3

-See Ser.I, Bouguignon, Erika Eichhorn

Eiseley, Loren
1941-1962 Box 3

-See also Ser.I, Eldridge, Seba

Eiseley, Mabel (Mrs. Loren C.)
[1950] Box 3
Eisenstadt, S.N.
1962 Box 3
Eldridge, Seba
1944 Box 3

-See also Ser.I, Eiseley, Loren

Eliot, Thomas D.
1950 Box 3
Embree, John F.
1949 Box 3
Encyclopaedia Britannica
1959-1960 Box 3
Encyclopedia of the American Indian
1965 Box 3
Endleman, Robert
1947 Box 3
Ennis, Elisabeth L. (Mrs. Merlin W.)
1952 Box 3
Erickson, Vincent
1959-1960 Box 3
Eshleman, Robert F.
1956 Box 3
Ewers, John C.
1946 Box 3
Ewing, James H.
1956 Box 3
Fagg, Bernard
1960 Box 3
Fagg, Fred D.
1946 Box 3
Farrell Lines
1949 Box 3
Fauset, Arthur Huff
1955-1957 Box 3
Fauteux, Aegidius
1926 Box 3
Fejos, Paul
1948-1949 Box 3
Feldman, Harold
1961 Box 3
Felix, Arthur
[ca. 1930] Box 3
Fellows, Muriel H.
1947 Box 3
Feng, Chia-sheng
1944 Box 3
Feng, H.Y.
1945-1946 Box 3
Fenton, William Nelson
1946-1969 Box 3

-See also Ser.I, Beck, Horace P., Jr.

Fernberger, Samuel W.
1938 Box 3

-Photos removed to Ser.VI, G

[Fewkes, Vladimir J.]
1926, 1937, 1941 Box 3
Fiddle, Seymour
1948 Box 3
Field, Lewis W.
1958 Box 3
Finch, Henry A.
1945 Box 3
Fischer, John L.
1959-1964 Box 3
Fisher, Margaret (Mrs. Lloyd)
1943-195? Box 3
Fisher, Seymour
1956 Box 3
Flink, James J.
1969 Box 3
Florida State University
1969 Box 3

Smith, Hale G.

Fogelson, Ray
1957-1974 Box 3
Fogg, John M.
1942 Box 3
Ford Foundation
1952 Box 3
Forde, Daryll
1949-1960 Box 3
Forest History Society
1968 Box 3
Foundations' Fund for Research in Psychiatry
1959 Box 3
Frachtenberg, Leo J.
1924 Box 3
Frank, Lawrence K.
1941-1954 Box 3
Frankford Friends Meeting, Philadelphia
1955 Box 3
Franklin and Marshall College
1968 Box 3
Frantz, Charles
1956-1970 Box 3
Freeman, Derek
1962 Box 3
Freeman, Elsie T.
1965 Box 3
Freeman, John F.
1957 Box 3
Freilich, Morris
1970 Box 3
Fried, Jacob
1953-1954 Box 3
Fried, Paul E.
1947 Box 3
Friedl, Ernestine
1945, 1954-1967 Box 3
Friedrich, Paul
1965 Box 3
Fuller, Charles Edward
1942 Box 3
Fuzishima, Kazuma
1967 Box 3

-See also Ser.I, Linton, Ralph

Gahs, Alexander
1928 Box 4

in German

Galston, Iago
1959 Box 4
Gamble, John T.
1947 Box 4
Gardner, George E.
1938 Box 4
Gayton, Ann H.
1945-1950 Box 4
George, Katherine Archibald
1945, 1951-1960 Box 4
Georgetown University
1961 Box 4

Bunn, Edward B. Steinbach, Richard A.

Giffond, E.W.
1924-1928 Box 4
Gilford, Duff and M.E.
1968-1969 Box 4
Giller, Herbert and Renata
1959-1962 Box 4
Gillin, John Philip
1942-1971 Box 4

-See also Ser.I, American Anthropological Society. Symposium on Human Nature, 1952

Gilmore, Melvin
1933 Box 4
Gingold, Arrama
1965 Box 4
Glazer, Nathan
1947 Box 4
Goddard, David R.
1964 Box 4
Godfrey, Marian (Mrs. William S.)
1945 Box 4
Goffman, Irwin W.
1962 Box 4
Gold, Dolores
1964 Box 4
Goldenweiser, Alexander A.
1936 Box 4
Goldman, Irving
1951 Box 4
Goldschmidt, Walter R.
1948, 1950-1966 Box 4
Goldstein, Kenneth S.
1970 Box 4
Goldstein, W.M.
1944 Box 4
Golomshtok, Eugene A.
1946-1949 Box 4
Goodenough, Ward H.
1949 Box 4
Goodman, Mary Ellen
1966 Box 4
Gordon, George Byron
1926 Box 4
Gorer, Geoffrey
1943 Box 4
Gores, Catherine
1965-1966 Box 4
Gough, H.G.
1949 Box 4
Grass, Llewellyn
[ca. 1940] Box 4
Gray, David
1960 Box 4
Great Lakes Indian Agency
1946 Box 4
Green, Jesse D.
1964 Box 4
Green, John C.
1960 Box 4
Greenman, Emerson Frank
1939 Box 4
Greenway, John
1962 Box 4
Gregory, James R.
1963 Box 4
Griffin, William and Joyce
1968 Box 4
Grigolia, Alexander
1943-1968 Box 4
Grinnell, George Bird
1924-1926 Box 4
The Grolier Society
1961 Box 4
Gruber, Jacob W.
1955-1972 Box 4
Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1956-1972 Box 4

Ray, Gordon N. -See also Ser.I, Moe, Henry Allen -See also Ser.II, same title

Guha, B.S.
1958 Box 4
The Guide to Psychiatric and Phychological Literature
1955 Box 4

Slochower, Harry

Gulick, John
1956-1958 Box 4
Gunther, Erna
1950-1954 Box 4
Gurdin, J. Barry
1971 Box 4
Guthrie, Lillian
1945 Box 4
Haddon, A.C.
1926 Box 4
Hadzsit,
1929 Box 4
Hagar, Stansbury
1924 Box 4
Haggard, Ernest A.
1972 Box 4
Haines, George
1943-1946 Box 4
Hall, Edward T.
1961 Box 4
Hallet, R.E.
1965 Box 4
Hallowell, Dorothy Kern
  Box 4

-See Ser.I, Hallowell, William H.

Hallowell, Maude Frame
1959-1981 Box 4

Rogers, Mary Black

Hallowell, William H.
1954-1961 Box 4

Hallowell, Dorothy Kern

Halpert, Herbert
1948 Box 4
Hamell, Janvier Lamar
1958 Box 4
Hamer, John H.
1964 Box 4
Hammond, Peter B.
1963-1964 Box 4
Hannah, Sam Gray Wolf
1969 Box 4
Haram, Harold
1958-1959 Box 4
Haring, Douglas G.
1949, 1955 Box 4
Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.
1959-1964 Box 4

-See also Ser.I, Baller, Warren R.

Harriman, Philip L.
1938 Box 4
Harrington, John P.
1951-1952 Box 4
Harris, Jack
1946-1953 Box 4
Harris, Louis
1923 Box 4
Harris, R. Laird
1949 Box 4
Harris, Zellig S.
1945, n.d. Box 4
Harrison, Everett
1943 Box 4
Harrison, John P.
1961 Box 4
Harrison, Shelby M.
1946 Box 4
Harshberger, John W.
  Box 4

-See Ser.I, Speck, Frank Gouldsmith

Hart, C.W.M.
1952-1954 Box 4
Hart, Harold H.
1960 Box 4

-See Ser.I, Hart Publishing Co., Inc.

Hart Publishing Co., Inc.
  Box 4

Hart, Harold H.

Hart, William A.
1955 Box 4
Harvard University
1961 Box 4

-See also Ser.I, Pusey, Nathan M.

Harvard University. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
1954-1955 Box 4
Harvard University Press
1945-1967 Box 4
Hause, Helen
1947 Box 4
Haverford College
1956-1960 Box 4
Hawley, Florence
1946 Box 4
Hawthorn, Harry
1947 Box 4
Hay, Thomas Hamilton
1951-1952 Box 4
Hays, H.R.
1959 Box 4
D.C. Heath and Company
1944 Box 4
Hebert, Bernard L.
1954-1955 Box 4
Hector, Shirley
1943-1944 Box 4
Heinemann, Robert D.
1953 Box 4
Helm, June
1971 Box 4
Henderson, Gerald M.
1962 Box 4
Henry, Jules
1938-1954 Box 4

-See also Ser.I, American Orthopsychiatric Association

Henry, William E.
1944-1945 Box 4
Herskovits, Melville Jean
1943-1961 Box 4
Hertz, Marguerite R.
1941-1948 Box 4
Herzog, George
1934-1949 Box 4
Heye, George G.
1920-1937 Box 4
Highland, Genevieve A.
1946-1965 Box 4
Hilger, M. Inez
1945-1954 Box 4
Himelhoch, Jerome
  Box 4

-See Ser.I, Social Problems

Hirning, L. Clovis
1952 Box 4
Hoben, Allan
1962 Box 4
Hockett, Charles F.
1949 Box 4
Hodge, F.W.
  Box 4

-See Ser.I, Museum of American Indian, New York

Hodgen, Margaret T.
1960-1963 Box 4
Hoebel, E. Adamson
1960 Box 4
Holbrook, Leona
1949 Box 4
Holland, William R.
1955 Box 4
Holmberg, Allan R.
1963 Box 4
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.
1963-1967 Box 4
Honigman, John J.
1944-1970 Box 4
Honigsheim, Paul
1949 Box 4
Honkavaara, Sylvia
1966 Box 4
Hopper, Rex D.
1953 Box 4
Horosz, William
1959 Box 4
Houghton Mifflin Company
1958-1959 Box 4
Howard, George D.
1946 Box 4
Howell, Francis Clark
1966 Box 4
Howells, W.W.
1955-1956 Box 4
Hsu, Francis L.K.
1946-1962 Box 5
Hudak, Vilma
1963 Box 5
Huden, John C.
1955 Box 5
Hudson's Bay Company
1931-1940 Box 5
Hughes, Helen MacGill
1945 Box 5
Human Relations Area Files
1959-1964 Box 5
Hunt, Robert C.
1966 Box 5
Hunt, William A.
1955 Box 5
Hurvich, Marvin
1958 Box 5
Hwang, Chien-hou
1955 Box 5
Hydes, W.W.
1950 Box 5
Hymes, Dell
1965-1967 Box 5
Imanishi, Kinji
1958-1962 Box 5
Indiana University Press
1962 Box 5

-See also Ser.I, De Laguna, Frederica

Inkeles, Alex
1954 Box 5
Institute for Research on Crime and Delinquency, Inc.
1955-1956 Box 5
International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences
1956, 1967 Box 5
International Congress of Social Psychiatry Bierer, Joshua
1963-1964 Box 5

-See also Ser.I, Opler, Marvin K.

International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences
1964-1965 Box 5
International Universities Press, Inc.
1963 Box 5
Inverarity, Robert Bruce
1955 Box 5
Irwin, Orvis C.
1946 Box 5
Ishizu, Teruji
1955 Box 5
Isleib, Howard F.
1956 Box 5
James, Bernard J.
1963 Box 5
Jay, Phyllis
1962 Box 5
Jefferson Medical College
1970 Box 5
Jennings, Francis P.
1959 Box 5
Jennings, Jesse D.
1960-1962 Box 5
Johns Hopkins University. School of Advanced International Studies
1961 Box 5

Johnson, E.A.J.

Johnson, E.A.J.
  Box 5

-See Ser.I, Johns Hopkins University. School of Advanced International Studies

Johnson, Frederick
1943-1955 Box 5

-See also Ser.I, Satterthwaite, Linton

Johnson, Justine
1950 Box 5
Johnson, William
1952 Box 5
Jonitis, Peter P.
1954-1963 Box 5
Journal of American Folklore
1946-1955 Box 5
The Journal of Higher Education
1962-1963 Box 5
Journal of Projective Techniques
1947-1954 Box 5
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences
1964-1968 Box 5

Watson, Robert I.

Kaplan, Bernard
1955-1963 Box 5