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Abstract

Elsie Clews Parsons (1875-1941) was trained as a sociologist at Columbia University, but made her greatest achievements in the fields of anthropology and folklore. Parsons' early works in the field of sociology dealt primarily with gender roles, conventions of society, and the effect of society's pressures on the individual. After a trip to the American Southwest with her husband in 1910, Parsons' interests turned to anthropology. She began making field trips to Arizona and New Mexico and, under the influence of her friend Franz Boas, Parsons recorded in meticulous detail data on social organization, religious practices, and folklore of the Southwest Indians. Concurrently, Parsons conducted research in folklore, concentrating on folk tales of Afro-Americans and Caribbean peoples. She was active in a number of professional associations and was the associate editor of the Journal of American Folklore from 1918 until her death.

The Parsons Papers were acquired as two separate accessions and remains organized in two distinct subcollections. Subcollection I (572 P35), acquired in 1949, contains approximately 12 linear feet of materials focused on Parsons' career in anthropology. Subcollection II, acquired in 1985, consists of 26.25 linear feet of materials divided into ten series, covering a larger scope of Parsons' life, including family and personal correspondence.

Background note

Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (1875-1941) was a sociologist, anthropologist, and folklorist. By birth and marriage, Parsons belonged to the wealthy, social, and generally conservative circles of New York City. Nevertheless, the chose to study at newly founded Barnard College (B.A. 1896) and received a doctorate in sociology from Columbia University in 1899. In 1900 Elsie Clews married New York lawyer Herbert Parsons, who later became a Republican National Committeeman (1916-1920). They had six children, four of whom survived: Elsie ("Lissa") born in 1901, John Edward in 1903, Herbert in 1909, and Henry McIlvaine ("Mac") in 1911.

Parsons' early works were in the field of sociology and dealt primarily with gender roles, conventions of society, and the effect of society's pressures on the individual. Her works on these subjects include: The Family (1906), The Old-Fashioned Woman (1913), Fear and Conventionality (1914), Social Freedom (1915), and Social Rule (1916). She also wrote numerous newspaper and journal articles on feminism and pacifism.

After a trip to the American Southwest with her husband in 1910, Parsons' interests turned to anthropology. She began making field trips to Arizona and New Mexico. Under the influence of her friend Franz Boas, Parsons recorded in meticulous detail data on social organization, religious practices, and folklore of the Southwest Indians. Her publications from this period include: The Social Organization of the Tewa of New Mexico (1929), Hopi and Zuni Ceremonialism (1933), and Pueblo Indian Religion (1939). Later in her career, Parsons became interested in the Spanish influence on Indian cultures. She conducted research in Mexico and in Ecuador for her final ethnographies, Mitla: Town of the Souls (1936) and Peguche (1945).

Concurrently, Parsons conducted research in folklore, concentrating on folk tales of Afro-Americans and Caribbean peoples. She travelled to the Carolinas, Cape Verde Islands, and Caribbean islands to collect tales, and she frequently funded anthropology students to collect data. Publications in this area of interest include: Folk-Lore from the Cape Verde Islands (1923), Folk-Lore of the Sea Islands, S.C. (1924), and Folk-Lore of the Antilles, French and English (3v., 1933-1943).

Elsie Clews Parsons held the office of President of the American Folklore Society (1918-1920), the American Ethnological Association (1923-1925), and the American Anthropological Association (1940-1941). She was the associate editor of the Journal of American Folklore from 1918 until her death. Parsons also gave much financial support to these groups and financed field trips by young scholars.

Scope and content

The Parsons Papers (1880-1980; bulk dates 1880-1942) contain correspondence, lectures, manuscripts of published and unpublished works, research notes and notebooks, and photographs which document the life of the anthropologist, Elsie Clews Parsons. While the bulk of the collection is comprised of material generated by Parsons during the course of her career, it includes some significant material collected by her, including Frank Hamilton Cushing's notebook of Zuni vocabulary, 1880, and valuable material collected about her.

Many letters, especially in Subcollection II - Series II (Personal Correspondence) are undated. In cases where the bulk of the correspondence has no dates, "original" order (i.e. the order in which it arrived at this repository) was maintained. In folders where only a few undated letters exist, these items are placed following the dated ones. Dates in brackets with question marks are, for the most part, Peter H. Hare's estimation. Other dates supplied are by the repository's archivists and are taken from the postmark on the accompanying envelope. Envelopes were disposed of, but in cases where they are kept, for dating or exhibition purposes, the envelopes are placed in front of the corresponding letter.

The Elsie Clews Parsons Papers was acquired as two separate groupings and remains organized in that way. Subcollection I (12 linear feet acquired in 1949), is tightly focused on Parsons' professional career, and includes correspondence, ca. 1921-1941 (ca. 1000 items), notebooks, papers, photographs, news clippings, etc., relating to the tales, proverbs, and folklore of the West Indies; Jamaican Negro proverbs and sayings collected by George R. Drinkwater in 1892; "Filipino Village Reminiscences" by Parsons; riddles, folk tales, poems from York Village, Maine; materials on birth control; "Indian trait survey" by Edward W. Gifford; the Hopi notebooks of Alexander M. Stephens; ethnography and folklore of Pueblo of the southwest U.S., Mitla in Oaxaca, Mexico, and Peguch, Ecuador; and unpublished manuscripts on sleep, a trip to Greece, and "The World Changes." The correspondence pertains primarily to her publications and those written by others, and with her efforts for the American Anthropological Association, and the American Folklore Society. Correspondents include: Ruth Benedict, Franz Boas, Fay-Cooper Cole, Fred Eggan, Juan Gorrell, A. Irving Hallowell, Melville Herskovits, Alfred V. Kidder, Alfred L. Kroeber, Oliver La Farge, Robert H. Lowie, John E. Parsons, Robert Redfield, Gladys Reichard, Edward Sapir, Stith Thompson, and Leslie A. White.

There is a great deal of material concerning Parson's publications in anthropology and folklore, with related correspondence and reviews of her work, along with numerous manuscripts relating to her commitment to feminist causes and pacifism during World War I. The collection includes at least four unpublished manuscripts: "In the Southwest" (a complete travel guide), "Imaginary Mistress," "Journal of a Feminist," and "Journal of a Pacifist." There is an interesting reminiscence of Parsons by Ralph Beals.

The most recent materials in the Parsons Papers were assembled by Peter Hare who, with the family's consent, collected material on Parsons for his biography, A Woman's Quest for Science (1985).

In the following, notes have been added to clarify the relationships between Parsons and her correspondents. Such notes are usually intended to distinguish Elsie's husband Herbert from her son Herbert, and her father-in-law John E. Parsons, from her son John E. Parsons. Unless otherwise specified, the relationship given in the note (e.g. son) is that of the individual to Elsie Clews Parsons.

Native American Image Note : Over 2,000 ethnographic images: 800 black and white silver gelatin photographs, 900 ink and pencil sketches, 100 color illustrations, 200 watercolor paintings of Pueblo Indians, particularly the Hopi, Isleta, Taos, Tewa, and Zuni. All images by Elsie Parsons, except where noted, the collection is organized in two separate groupings with a date range of 1880-1942. All social and cultural aspects are depicted such as men weaving, women making pottery, dwellings, masks, tools, prayer sticks, arrows and rattles. Series VIII in Ms. Coll. 29 presents extensive images of over twenty types of dances with some action and some group portraits of Native Americans in native attire. Numbers 60-66 in 572 P25.1 contain social customs of the Quechua of Ecuador and stencils of masks of the Kwakiutl of British Columbia. Of particular and rare note, Number 25 in 572 P25.1, contains 189 original watercolor and ink sketches by Joe Bartolo Lente, a Tewa from the Isleta pueblo of New Mexico. In 1962, 140 of the paintings were published by the Bureau of American Ethnology in Isleta Paintings. Other watercolors by Albert Looking Elk and other unidentified artists depict ceremonies such as the deer, snake and rain dance. The APS American Indian Collections Guide by John Freeman and manuscript sketch file contain descriptions and itemized lists of the images in the collection. Note: Pueblo tribes are particularly sensitive to depiction of their culture so respectful use of the images is requested.

There are 42 maps in this collection, chiefly of Picuris Pueblo and of Hopi materials. Some of the maps are diagrams of dwellings and dance areas. Most of the maps have no title and were made in her notebooks. (Realms of Gold, 37).

Arrangement

The papers are divided into two subcollections, each containing multiple series:

Elsie Clews Parsons Papers Subcollection I
Series I. Correspondence (nos, 1-4) 1.5 linear feet
Series II. Notes, manuscripts, etc. (nos, 5-67) 10.5 linear feet

Elsie Clews Parsons Papers Subcollection II
Series I. Professional Correspondence 4 linear feet
Series II Personal Correspondence 5.5 linear feet
Series III Lectures and Manuscripts 4 linear feet
Series IV Research Notes and Notebooks 6.25 linear feet
Series V Herbert Parsons Papers 0.75 linear feet
Series VI Peter H. Hare Papers 0.75 linear feet
Series VII Ephemera 0.5 linear feet
Series VIII Photographs and Negatives 2 linear feet
Series IX Financial Papers 0.75 linear feet
Series X Estate of Elsie Clews Parsons 1.25 linear feet
Series I-X Oversized materials 0.5 linear feet

Material in oversized box #1 follows the same series arrangement as noted above. Unusual formats, such as scrapbooks, portfolios, and oversized notebooks are located in oversized box #2. Cross referencing to oversized material appears on the folders in the standard size boxes. Reprints and published works have been removed from the collection; consult the card catalog for printed materials to retrieve those items.

Subcollection I was originally assigned call number 572 P35. That designation has been maintained to accomodate older references, but the entire collection now has the call number Ms. Coll. 29.

Collection information

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access:

Some materials in this collection recorded in indigenous communities may contain information that is considered culturally sensitive to those communities. In accordance with the APS Protocols for the Treatment of Indigenous Materials, materials evaluated to be potentially culturally sensitive are restricted pending review from the community of origin. Materials not currently designated as potentially culturally sensitive may be designated as such when evaulated by an archivist, including in the course of a reference request.

Provenance

The materials included in Elsie Clews Parsons Papers Subcollection I (Call no. 572.P25) were donated to the American Philosophical Society by the Parsons family in 1949.

The materials in Elsie Clews Parsons Papers II were presented by Mrs. John E. Parsons and Fanny Parsons Culleton in three accessions

  1. Accesion no. 1985-185ms, 17 lin. feet presented by Mrs. John E. Parsons, January 1985
  2. Accesion no. 1988-1527ms, 9 lin. feet presented by Fanny Parsons Culleton, June 1988
  3. Accesion no. 1988-1869ms, ca. 1 lin. foot) by Fanny Parsons Culleton, July 1988.

The latter accessions have been kept separate from the 1949 accession, which consists primarily of professional correspondence, field notes, and manuscripts.

Accruals:

Five additional accessions were added to the Parsons Papers in 1996: 1996-601ms, 602ms (gift of Marnie Frost), 898ms, 1113ms, 1222ms. These are inventoried separately.

Preferred citation

Cite as: Elsie Clews Parsons Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information

Catalogued by Carla B. Zimmerman and Timothy T. Wilson, June 1992, revised October 1992, and updated for encoding by Alison Lewis, 2001.

Other finding aids

Most of the materials in Elsie Clews Parsons Papers I is indexed in the online Daythal Kendall Guide to Native American Collections at the American Philosophical Society. The second subcollection is not indexed.

Separated material

Reprints and books found in the collection have been removed for storage to the APS printed materials collection.

Related material

The papers of Parsons' mentor Franz Boas (B B61 and B B61p) include abundant correspondence with and about Parsons.

Bibliography

Hare, Peter H., A Woman's Quest for Science. Buffalo: Prometheus, 1985.

Reichard, Gladys A., "The Elsie Clews Parsons Collection," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 94, 3 (1950).

Conservation Note

During processing, the entire collection was refoldered and re-housed in acid-free folders and boxes. All metal fasteners were removed and replaced with plastic clips when necessary. White acid-free paper has been placed in folders permanently, to distinguish between clipped or stapled papers, and, temporarily, to keep acidic materials separate. Please do not remove these sheets. Many brittle and torn items have been photocopied onto Permalife bond paper. After this process, originals were discarded.

If a deteriorating item was considered valuable in its original state, a white acid-free marker was placed in its folder. A list of these manuscripts has been compiled by series and will be submitted for in-house conservation.

African American History Note

Of particular interest to scholars of African American history is Parson's research in folklore. Parson produced three major monographs on African Americans and Afro-Caribbeans: Folk-Lore from the Cape Verde Islands (1923), Folk-Lore of the Sea Islands, S.C. (1924), and Folk-Lore of the Antilles, French and English (3 volumes, 1933-1943).

Materials which may be of interest in the collection include: correspondence (e.g. with Melville Herskovits, Anson Phelps Stokes, and Franz Boas); several manuscripts -- "Arabic elements in Negro Folk Tales," "Folklore from Georgia," 1934, "Negro Folklore" (5 folders), "Old signs in Alabama" and "Spirituals in Alabama," "Provenience of certain Negro folk-tales" (6 folders) in Series III; and research notes on African American folklore (Series IV).

Indexing Terms

Corporate Name(s)

  • American Anthropological Association.
  • American Folklore Society.
  • University of California, Berkeley. Anthropology Department.

Genre(s)

  • Gelatin silver prints
  • Illustrations.
  • Nitrate negatives
  • Sketches.
  • Watercolors

Personal Name(s)

  • Balch, Ernesto
  • Beals, Ralph L. (Ralph Leon), 1901-1985
  • Benedict, Ruth, 1887-1848
  • Boardman, Ruth
  • Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
  • Bourne, Randolph
  • Bovey, Charles
  • Brice, Kirkpatrick
  • Bunzel, Ruth Leah, 1898-
  • Camody, Mary
  • Cole, Fay-Cooper, 1881-1961
  • Day, Clarence
  • Drinkwater, George R.
  • Eastman, Max, 1883-1969
  • Eggan, Fred, 1906-1991
  • Fitz, Reginald
  • Galton, Francis, Sir, 1822-1911
  • Gifford, Edward W.
  • Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928
  • Goldenweiser, Alexander, 1880-1940
  • Gorrell, Juan L.
  • Hackett, Francis
  • Hallowell, A. Irving , (Alfred Irving), 1892-1974
  • Hare, Peter
  • Herskovits, Melville J. , (Melville Jean), 1895-1963
  • Hughes, Larry
  • Johnson, Alvin
  • Kidder, Alfred Vincent, 1885-1963
  • Kroeber, A. L., (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960
  • La Farge, G. Grant
  • La Farge, Oliver, 1901-1963
  • Law, George
  • Lewis, Margaret
  • Looking Elk, Albert
  • Lowie, Robert Harry, 1883-1957
  • Luhan, Mabel Dodge
  • Opler, Morris Edward, 1907-1996
  • Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941
  • Parsons, John E.
  • Redfield, Robert, 1897-1958
  • Reichard, Gladys Amanda, 1893-1955
  • Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
  • Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939
  • Spier, Leslie
  • Stephen, Alexander M.
  • Taft, William Howard, 1857-1930
  • Thompson, Stith
  • Titiev, Morris
  • True, Clara
  • White, Leslie A.
  • Young, George

Subject(s)

  • Anthropology, ethnography, fieldwork
  • Birth control.
  • Blacks--Jamaica--Folklore
  • Culture, community, organizations
  • Feminism.
  • Folklore
  • Folklore--Jamaica
  • Greece--Description and travel--20th century
  • Hopi Indians
  • Indians of Central America
  • Indians of Mexico
  • Indians of North America--Arizona
  • Indians of North America--British Columbia
  • Indians of North America--New Mexico
  • Indians of South America--Ecuador
  • Isleta Indians
  • Kwakiutl Indians
  • Pacificism
  • Peace movements--20th century
  • Phillipine Islands--Description and travel--20th century
  • Pueblo Indians
  • Quechua Indians
  • Southwest Indians
  • Taos Indians
  • Tewa Indians
  • World War, 1914-1918
  • Zuni Indians
Collection overview
  572 P25.1

Professional correspondence, notes, and manuscripts of Elsie Clews Parsons relating to research in folklore and anthropology. Subcollection I includes much of the most significant material relating to Parsons's fieldwork among the Indians of the American Southwest (Acoma, Hopi, Isleta, Jemez, Laguna, Pecos, Picuris, Taos, Tewa, Zuni), Mexico (Mitla), and the West Indies.

Parsons I is organized essentially as received, with no coherent, overall arrangement, but with good topical arrangement at a more refined level. The correspondence relating to Parsons's research on Indians is indexed in the online Daythal Kendall Guide to Native American Collections at the American Philosophical Society.

1921-1941 1.5 linear feet
  
1898-1937 

Subcollection II is comprised of 26.25 linear feet of personal and professional correspondence, early childhood material, miscellaneous geneaological, autobiographical, and other manuscripts, financial records, and photographs. acquired in 1985. A rich assemblage, Parsons II differs from the previous Parsons accession in documenting a larger scope of Parsons' life, and in particular, it includes a wealth of family and personal material and a greater representation of her interests outside of anthropology and folklore.

Parsons II The more personal, family material includes correspondence between Parsons and her children, and more extensively (1898-1925) with her husband Herbert (1869-1925), many written while Parsons was conducting research in field. Many other anthropologists are represented in the correspondence, the most notable being the large number of letters (ca. 1915-1930s) from Alfred L. Kroeber, whose letters discuss personal matters, the state of anthropology at Berkeley and elsewhere, and colleagues and mutual friends.

The collection also includes an interesting family genealogy, "Record of Family Faculties" (a printed form-book devised by Francis Galton) which includes photographs of Parsons and others, with a detailed description of herself, and Parsons's financial records, which provide detailed documentation of Parsons's self-financed field research during the 1920s and 1930s.

The collection contains incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, postcards and telegrams generated during Parsons' career. Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then chronologically within each file. Chronologically, the correspondence is evenly distributed. Colleague's manuscript articles and short papers are included in this series under the author's name. Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically.

Correspondence relates to Parsons' interests in sociology, anthropology, and professional and political organizations. In ambiguous cases of professional vs. personal relationships, the correspondence has been filed in this series. Correspondents include: Franz Boas, Randolph S. Bourne, Clarence Day, Jr., P.E. Goddard, Francis Hackett, A.L. Kroeber, C. Grant La Farge, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Gladys A. Reichard, and Morris Titiev.

1898-1937 
1882-1941; 1965 
1898-1947 

contains Parsons' addresses, lectures, and manuscripts. Notes or drafts that can be identified have been placed in this series. Unidentifiable notes or drafts have been placed in Series IV as "Miscellaneous." Correspondence with publishers, critiques from colleagues, and printed reviews have been placed in this series by manuscript title. Arrangement is alphabetical by type of material (e.g. Address, Manuscript), and within each type alphabetical by title. There is a bibliographic card file kept by Parsons from 1914 to 1920, listing articles sent to publishers with notes made on rejections and acceptances. Some items are from Parsons' graduate coursework at Columbia University. Subjects include all of Parsons' interests: anthropology of the Southwest, sociology, feminism, pacifism, and folklore, in addition to a few fictional works. Unpublished manuscripts include: "In the Southwest," "The Imaginary Mistress," "Journal of a Feminist," and "Journal of a Pacifist."

1880-1935? 

contains primarily notes on Indians of the Southwest, especially the Hopi and the Zuni, and Mexico. The Mexican material includes two handwritten manuscripts of "La Conquista," which relates the historical events between Montezuma and Cortez. The undated "Conquista" manuscript contains elaborate pen-and-ink drawings. There is also a large section of notes on Arabic and Sudanese folklore, as well as that of Nova Scotia, the Cape Verde Islands, and several other island communities. In addition, there is a smaller section of notes on the folklore of African-American communities. This series also includes the stenographer's notebooks kept by Parsons' secretary, Anne Nagle, from the years 1929-1935?. All of Nagle's notebooks are taken in Gregg shorthand, and contain correspondence, notes and tales. Notebooks and notes are arranged alphabetically by subject, and then chronologically within each subject. Unidentified notes appear in this series under "Miscellaneous." The bulk dates for the notebooks are from 1915 to 1932.

1894-1931 

primarily contains papers of Elsie Clews Parsons' husband. This series is narrow in its focus; it contains personal correspondence with their children and other relatives, and includes material on his work with the American Expeditionary Forces in Europe in 1918. The bulk of the material in this series dates from 1916 to 1920. Herbert's correspondence with Elsie appears in Series II. N.B. The bulk of Herbert Parsons' papers are deposited in the Columbia University Libraries.

1900-1980 

contains research conducted by Hare for his biography, A Woman's Quest for Science: Portrait of Anthropologist Elsie Clews Parsons (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus, 1985). This series includes background information, copies of Parsons' publications, and correspondence between Hare and Parsons' colleagues and repositories that hold letters from Parsons. Photocopies of Parsons' letters collected by Hare are filed in this series under the recipients' names. There are interesting reminiscences of Parsons by Ralph L. Beals and Arthur Huff Fauset.

As this material was gathered from various institutional and people, some correspondence and supporting material which appears in this series carries restrictions on duplication. All restrictions are noted on the folder.

Collected from various institutions and people, some correspondence and supporting material which appears in this series carries restrictions on duplication. All restrictions are noted on the folder.

1888-1942 

contains newspaper clippings, concert programs, museum pamphlets, postcards, miscellaneous items, and a few artifacts from Parsons' possessions. There is a beautiful portfolio which originally contained a large portion of photographs and ephemera. Of interest in this series are the clippings on the Bursum Bill regarding Indian rights. The poems to Elsie and Herbert Parsons, and "Marriage Customs and Taboos Among the Early Heterodites" are amusing. Other ephemera may be found in Ser. VIII, [Scrapbook] which includes photographs as well as commencement programs, correspondence, and passenger lists from various trips.

[ca.1885?]-1935; 1963 

holds prints, negatives, plates, and albums of family, friends, and homes. Of note are the negatives of Elsie and Herbert's 1905 trip with William Howard Taft to the Philippines, and two mini-albums by Gladys A. Reichard with photographs of Parsons, Boas, and Margaret Mead among others. With the exception of Mexico, there are very few photographs of Parsons' field trips and subjects of study. There is a large series of photographs, and negatives, of John and Lissa Parsons from 1908. There are also a small group of photographs of Elsie Clews as a young girl. Of particular note in this series is the "Record of Family Faculties" which includes photographs of and biographical information on the Parsons and Clews families. The series is arranged alphabetically by subject, and then chronologically. Unidentified subjects were filed under "Unidentified."

1906-1941 

primarily contains accounts with banks and stock brokers (mostly dating after Herbert's death in 1925) and domestic bills and receipts (1906-1928). The bills and receipts are arranged by type of alphabetical order by type of material (e.g. Accounts), and then in alphabetical order by folder title, and then in chronological order.

1927-1967 

contains correspondence and account information related to the settlement of Parsons' estate. The principal executors were John Parsons and Elsie Parsons Kennedy, though Herbert and McIlvaine conducted some estate business. The series is organized alphabetically by type of material (e.g., Accounts), and then in alphabetical order by folder title, and then in chronological order. The bulk dates for the material in this series are from 1942 to 1945.

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Detailed Inventory
572 P25.1 Elsie Clews Parsons Papers I
  572 P25.1

Professional correspondence, notes, and manuscripts of Elsie Clews Parsons relating to research in folklore and anthropology. Subcollection I includes much of the most significant material relating to Parsons's fieldwork among the Indians of the American Southwest (Acoma, Hopi, Isleta, Jemez, Laguna, Pecos, Picuris, Taos, Tewa, Zuni), Mexico (Mitla), and the West Indies.

Parsons I is organized essentially as received, with no coherent, overall arrangement, but with good topical arrangement at a more refined level. The correspondence relating to Parsons's research on Indians is indexed in the online Daythal Kendall Guide to Native American Collections at the American Philosophical Society.

Series I. Correspondence (1-4)
1921-1941 1.5 linear feet
Aberle, Sophie
1939 3 items Box 1

Freeman 3715

Adair, John
1938-1940 5 items Box 1

Freeman 3979

Adair, John Joseph
  Box 1
Aginsky, Bernard W.
  Box 1
Alford, Floyd, Jr.
  Box 1
American Anthropological Association
  Box 1
American Association for the Advancement of Science
  Box 1
American Council of Learned Societies. Committee on Native Languages of America.
  Box 1
A.C.L.S. Committee on Research and Publication in the Fine Arts
  Box 1
A.C.L.S. Conference on Negro Studies
  Box 1
American Ethnological Society
  Box 1
American Folklore Society
  Box 1
American Geographical Society
  Box 1
American Society for the Hard of Hearing
  Box 1
Ames, Mrs.
  Box 1
Anigstern, L.
  Box 1
Ariss, Robert
1940 1 item Box 1

Freeman 314

Ashforth, John E., Jr.
  Box 1
Augur, Wheaton
  Box 1
Augustin, J. J.
  Box 1
Bascom, William R.
  Box 1
Baumann, Caroline F.
1939 1 item Box 1

Freeman 3981

Beals, Ralph
1937-1940 4 items Box 1

Freeman 2157, 3681, 3918, 3929

Beals, Ralph
  Box 1

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Bell, Marcus
  Box 1
Benedict, Ruth
1937-1940 3 items Box 1

Freeman 3070, 3983

Benedict, Ruth
  Box 1

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Berberich, Peter
  Box 1
Betty
1940 1 item Box 1

Freeman 396

Binger, Carl
  Box 1
Binger, Walter D.
  Box 1
Bird, Henry
  Box 1
Blair, Walter
  Box 1
Boas, Franz
1936-1941 16 items Box 1

Freeman 1922

Boas, Franz
1926 1 item Box 1

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Boas, Franziska
  Box 1
Boggs, Ralph S.
  Box 1
Boston (Mass.). City Hospital
  Box 1
Bowditch, Mary Orne
  Box 1
Brainerd, Margaret
1940 1 item Box 1

Freeman 1552

Brand, Donald D.
  Box 1
Brassard, François J
  Box 1
Brewer, J. Mason
  Box 1
Brownlee, Robert E.
  Box 1
Buler, Harriett B.
  Box 1
Bunzel, Ruth
  Box 1
Byers, Douglas S.
  Box 1
Byrd, William, Press, Inc.
  Box 1
California Folklore Society
  Box 1
Callcott, Frank
  Box 1
Cappannari, Stephen
  Box 1
Carmichael, Leonard
  Box 1
Carr, Miss Malcolm
1938 1 item Box 1

Freeman 2383

Carrière, Joseph M.
  Box 1
Chambers, Henry Wick
  Box 1
Chaves, Lorenzo
1923 1 item Box 1

Freeman 3985

Clearing House for Southwestern Museums
  Box 1
Clews, Henry
  Box 1
Cochise, George
1921 2 items Box 1

Freeman 1553

Cole, Fay-Cooper
1940 1 item Box 1

Freeman 747

Cole, Fay-Cooper
  Box 1

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Collier, Donald
1941 1 item Box 1

Freeman 3100

Collier, John
  Box 1
Columbia Lecture Bureau
  Box 1
Columbia University
  Box 1
Columbia University. Library
  Box 1
Columbia University Press
  Box 1
Comhaire-Sylvain, Suzanne
  Box 1
Conway, J. A.
  Box 1
Cooper, John M.
  Box 1
Cordry, Donald Bush
ca.1938 1 item Box 1

Freeman 1583

Courlander, Harold
  Box 1
Crawford, Suzanne
  Box 1
Dangel, Davidson, D. S.
  Box 1
De Laguna, Frederica
  Box 1
Dorado, Carolina Marcia
  Box 1
Douglas, F. H.
1941 2 items Box 1

Freeman 3710

Du Bois, Cora
  Box 1
Dunn, R.
1939 Postcard Box 1

Freeman 3930

Dunn, R.
  Box 1

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Dutton, Bertha P.
1938 1 item Box 1

Freeman 572

Dutton, Bertha P.
  Box 1

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Eggan, Fred
1937-1941 4 items Box 1

Freeman 1555, 3071

Eggan, Fred
  Box 1

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Elwyn, James
  Box 1
Embree, Edwin R.
  Box 1
Espinosa, Aurelio M., Jr.
  Box 1
Foor, Frances
  Box 1
Frankel, Rose
  Box 1
Fuente, Julio de la
1938 2 items Box 1

Freeman 3932, 3944

Garson, Eugenia
  Box 2
Gatz, Mathilde B.
  Box 2
Gayton, Ann
  Box 2
Gillin, John
1941 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3105

Glass, Mary Gordon
  Box 2
Goggin, John M.
1939 2 items Box 2

Freeman 3074

Goldfrank, Esther
1925 Box 2

Restrictions on Use: Reproduction of this material is restricted due to cultural sensitivity concerns. Please consult the Manuscripts Librarian for information.

Gonzalez,
  Box 2
Goodwin, Grenville
1936-1938 3 items Box 2

Freeman 399

Gorrell, Juan
1940-1941 3 items Box 2

Freeman 3107 Gorrell assisted Parsons in her Ecuadorian work, both while she was doing field work and after when he recorded ethnographic and folklore materials from native informants of Juan Montalvo, Cayambe, and Peguchi. The letters relate to Ecuadorian materials in bundle 60.

1. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to ECP
May 27, 1940 7p. Box 2
2. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
June 8 [1940] Box 2
3. Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
TLS to Juan L. Gorrell
[Aug. 2, 1940] 2p. Box 2
4. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Aug. 14, 1940 2p. Box 2
5. Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
TLS to Juan L. Gorrell
Reply to Aug. 14-15,1940 Box 2
6. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Aug. 15, 1940 5p. Box 2
7. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Aug. 20, 1940 Box 2
8. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons (Reply to 5)
Sept. 19, 1940 2p. Box 2
9. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Sept. 23, 1940 1p. Box 2
10. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Oct. 4, 1940 1p. Box 2
11. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Oct. 17, 1940 3p. Box 2
12. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Oct. 26, 1940 1p. Box 2
13. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Oct. 29, 1940 2p. Box 2
14. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Oct. 29, 1940 1p. Box 2
15. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Oct. 30, 1940 1p. Box 2
16. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Nov. 18, 1940 1p. Box 2
17. Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
TLS to Juan L. Gorrell
Nov. 21, 1940 2p. Box 2
18. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Dec. 2, 1940 1p. Box 2
19. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Feb. 10, 1940 [i.e. 1941] 2p. Box 2
20. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Mar. 18, 1941 2p. Box 2
21. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Mar. 31, 1941 1p. Box 2
22. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
April 7, 1941 1p. Box 2
23. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
April 17, 1941 1p. Box 2
24. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
April 22, 1941 2p. Box 2
25. Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
TLS to Juan L. Gorrell
April 26, 1941 2p. Box 2
26. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
May 5, 1941 1p. Box 2
27. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
June 8, [1941] 1p. Box 2
28. Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
TLS to Juan L. Gorrell, reply to June 8 no. 27 (incomplete)
  1p. Box 2
29. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Aug. 11, 1941 1p. Box 2
30. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Oct. 11 [1941] 1p. Box 2
31. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Oct. 13, [1941] 2p. Box 2
32. Gorrell, Juan L..
TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons
Oct. 25, 1941 1p. Box 2
Goubauld, Antonio
1941 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3108

Gregory, Alyse
  Box 2
Guthe, Carl E.
  Box 2
H., Francis
  Box 2
Hallowell, A. Irving
  Box 2
Hand, Learned
  Box 2
Hanson, Avery T.
  Box 2
Hare, David. Note on Hare's portfolio and letter from Betty
1941 2 items Box 2

Freeman 3078

Hartman, Howard R.
  Box 2
Hatch, Charles B.
  Box 2
Haury, Dr.
1937 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3068

Heard, Alexander
1941 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3109

Heflin, Woodford
  Box 2
Herskovits, Melville J.
1941 2 items Box 2

Freeman 3682, 3683

Herskovits, Melville J.
  Box 2

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Herzog, George
1937 2 items Box 2

Freeman 2957

Herzog, George
  Box 2
Hill, W. W.
ca.1940 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3082

Hodge, F. W.
1937 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3064

Hoebel, E. Adamson
  Box 2
Hoijer, harry
1940 2 items Box 2

Freeman 2388

Holt, Hamilton
  Box 2
Howland,Alice G.
  Box 2
Hunkins, R. V.
  Box 2
Hutton, A. G.
  Box 2
Identification
  Box 2
Jaegerhuber, Werner A.
  Box 2
Jijon y Caamano, Jacinto
1940 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3111

Johnson, Owen
  Box 2
Jones, Volney H.
1938 1 item Box 2

Freeman 1556

Kelly, Isabel
1938 1 item Box 2

Freeman 436

Kennard, Edward A.
1938-1939 3 items Box 2

Freeman 1557

Kennard, Edward A.
  Box 2

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Kennedy, John D.
  Box 2
Kennedy, Lissa Parsons
  Box 2
Kent, R. G.
  Box 2
Keur, Dorothy L.
  Box 2
Kidder, Alfred V.
1923-1938 3 items Box 2

Freeman 2384, 3222

King, Dale S.
  Box 2
Kluckhohn, Clyde
  Box 2
Knobhauer, Mary
  Box 2
Knopf, Alfred A., Inc.
  Box 2
Kroeber, A. L.
1939 1 item Box 2
L, Mabel
  Box 2
LaBarre, Weston
1937 2 items Box 2

Freeman 3711

LaFarge, Oliver
1929 3 items Box 2

Freeman 574

Lambert, E. V.
  Box 2
Lange, Charles
1941 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3987

Law, George
  Box 2
Lawry, George A.
  Box 2
Lee, Dorothea D.
  Box 2
Leland, Waldo G.
  Box 2
Lesser, Alexander
  Box 2
Lestrade, G. P.
  Box 2
Lewis, Margaret
1937 2 items Box 2

Freeman 3988

Lieurance, Thurlow
  Box 2
Light, G.
1938 1 item Box 2

Freeman 575

Liming, George W.
  Box 2
Lincoln, J. Steward
1936 1 item Box 2

Freeman 714

Linton, Ralph
  Box 2
Lowie, Robert H.
1936-1941 10 items Box 2

Freeman 576, 1863, 3076, 3172, 3795

Lowie, Robert H.
  Box 2

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Luhan, Mabel Dodge
1939-1941 7 items Box 2

Freeman 3712

McDuffey, Joseph
  Box 2
McKern, W. C.
  Box 2
Martin, Paul S.
1938-1939 2 items Box 2

Freeman 3065, 3066

Martin, Paul S.
  Box 2

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Mason, John Alden
  Box 2
Mayer, Mrs. M.
1940 1 item Box 2

Freeman 1558

Mead, Margaret
1939 2 items Box 2

Freeman 3934

Means, Philip Ainsworth
1941 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3131

Medical Clarion
  Box 2
Mekeel, H. Scudder
1938-1939 8 items Box 2

Freeman 3077

Mekeel, H. Scudder
  Box 2

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Mera, H. P.
1941 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3067

Merrill, E.
  Box 2
Mills, Ogden L.
  Box 2
Mirabel, Antonio
1939 2 items Box 2

Freeman 3713

Mishkin, Bernard
1939 1 item Box 2

Freeman 578

Miscellany
  Box 2
Mitla, Town of Souls
  Box 2

Consists entirely of printed reviews of Mitla, Town of Souls. Includes newspaper clippings and journal articles.

Morgan, Mrs. Anita
  Box 2
Nancy Couture, Inc.
  Box 2
Natural History Magazine
  Box 2
New Mexico Association on Indian Affairs
  Box 2
New School for Social Research, Inc.
  Box 2
Newspaper clippings
  Box 2
North Haven, Maine
  Box 2
Oakman, Elise
  Box 2
Opler,Marvin K.
1938-1941 12 items Box 2

Freeman 400, 3829

Opler,Marvin K.
  Box 2

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Osanai, Iva T.
1939 1 item Box 2

Freeman 3079

Osgood, Cornelius
  Box 2
Paramount Pictures
  Box 3
Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
Memorandum on relations with Spanish America
1940 1 item Box 3

Freeman 3688

Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
Letters in re. Mitla, Town of the Souls
1936 Box 3

Freeman 3933. Includes letter from Arthur Davison Ficke

Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
Pawnee kinship terms
n.d. 1 item Box 3

Freeman 2666

Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
Project report for Navajo archaeology
1939 1 item Box 3

Freeman 2381

Parsons, Elsie Clews
  Box 3

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Parsons, Herbert
  Box 3
Parsons, John E.
  Box 3
Parsons, Mary
  Box 3
Patterson, Rufus Lenoir
  Box 3
Peters, Robeson
  Box 3
Powell, Thomas Reed
  Box 3
Profitt, Charles G.
  Box 3
Quisumbing, Eduardo
  Box 3
Rael, Juan B.
  Box 3
Railway Express Agency
  Box 3
Ray,
  Box 3
Redfield, Robert
1937-1941 29 items Box 3

Freeman 579, 748, 3119, 3919, 3940

Redfield, Robert
  Box 3

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Reichard, Gladys
1939-1941 7 items Box 3

Freeman 2386

Reichard, Gladys
  Box 3

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Reiter, Paul
1939 1 item Box 3

Freeman 3069

Robinson, Randolph
  Box 3
Roosevelt, Sara Delano, Tribute Committee
  Box 3
Rosenberger, E. G.
  Box 3
Rosett, Joshua
  Box 3
Rydal,Press
  Box 3
St. Paul's School
  Box 3
Santa Fe (N.M.) First National Bank
  Box 3
Sapir, Edward
1920-1925 2 items Box 3
Schloss
  Box 3
Scholarly Monthly
  Box 3
Scott, Donald
  Box 3
Sedgwick, Sher
  Box 3
Seligman, C. G.
  Box 3
Setzler, Frank M.
  Box 3
Simkhovitch, Mary
  Box 3
Simmons, Leo W.
1941 1 item Box 3

Freeman 1562

Smith, Marian K.
  Box 3
South American Handbook
  Box 3
South American Trip - Miscellany
  Box 3
Spier, Leslie
1937-1941 19 items Box 3

Freeman 3927

Spier, Leslie
  Box 3

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Stagg, F. L.
  Box 3
Stammer, P.
  Box 3
Stearns, Harold E.
  Box 3
Stechert, G. E., & Co.
  Box 3
Stern, Bernhard J
  Box 3
Stevenson, J. H., & Company
  Box 3
Steward, Julian
1939-1940 6 items Box 3

Freeman 3120, 3687, 3690

Stokes, Anson Phelps
  Box 3
Stout, D. B.
  Box 3
Strong, W. Duncan
1939 1 item Box 3

Freeman 2382

Strong, W. Duncan
  Box 3

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Sturges, Mia P.
  Box 3
Swanton, John R.
1921, 1940 3 items Box 3

Freeman 480a, 2668

T., B. R.
  Box 3
Taylor, Archer
  Box 3
Tello, Julio
  Box 3
Thompson, Stith
  Box 3
Thorburn, Lois
1941 1 item Box 3

Freeman 3121

Thorburn, Lois
  Box 3

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Thurber, Mrs. Francis B. [Louise]
  Box 3
Titiev, Mischa
1938-1940 5 items Box 3

Freeman 1565

Titiev, Mischa
  Box 3

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Toro, Angélica Q. de
  Box 3
Torrey, J. Howard
  Box 3
Toskvig, Signe
  Box 3
Trager, George L.
1938-1941 6 items Box 3

Freeman 750, 3155, 3156, 3725

True, Clara D.
1939 1 item Box 3

Freeman 3722

True, Clara D.
  Box 3

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Tweedy, Elizabeth R.
  Box 3
Underhill, Ruth
1939-1939 6 items Box 3

Freeman 2645

U.S. Department of the Interior
  Box 3
U.S. Treasury Department
  Box 3
University of Chicago Press
  Box 3
University of Edinburgh. Library
  Box 3
Unknown
  Box 3
Vaillant, George C.
  Box 3
Valkenburgh, Richard Van
  Box 3
Virginia Quarterly Review
  Box 3
Voegelin, Erminie W.
1940 1 item Box 3
Wagley, Charles
1937 1 item Box 3

Freeman 2103

Wagley, Charles
  Box 3

Not indexed in Freeman and Smith

Wallis, Wilson D.
1939 1 item Box 3

Freeman 2234

Watkins, Dr.
1939 1 item Box 3

Freeman 1560

Waters, Frank
  Box 3
Weitzner, Bella
  Box 3
Wenicks, Elna
  Box 3
White, Leslie A.
  Box 3
Whitefield, Bernard
  Box 3
Whitman, William
1938 2 items Box 3

Freeman 2605

Whorf, Benjamin L.
1937 1 item Box 3

Freeman 3089

Willey, Gordon R.
  Box 3
Wissler, Clark
  Box 3
Woodbury, Richard B.
1941 3 items Box 3

Freeman 1551

Woodward, B. D.
  Box 3
Yuan, T. L.
  Box 3
Zingg, Robert M.
1934-1935 2 items Box 3

Freeman 1598, 1600

Series II. Notes, manuscripts, etc. (5-67)
  
No. 5. Correspondence with Isleta, New Mexico
1936-1941 ALsS and TLsS, 338 leaves Box 3

Restrictions on Use: This material has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive. Reproduction, including Reading Room photography, is restricted. Please consult the Manuscripts Department for more information.

No. 6. Picuris
1925 1 notebook, 7-3/4x5 and map, 17x37. Box 3
No. 7. Pecos - Tewa - Taos
  1 notebook, 5x3-1/4. Box 3
No. 8. Taos
  1 notebook and 22 leaves, 9x5-3/4 and 11-1/2x8. Box 3
No. 9. Taos
1937. 1 notebook, 9x5-3/4 Box 3
No. 10. Isleta tales
1925-1927 8 notebooks, 9x4-3/4 and 8x5. Box 3

Restrictions on Access: This material has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive. Reproduction, including Reading Room photography, is restricted. Please consult the Manuscripts Department for more information.

No. 11. Taos Notebooks
1922-1930 11 notebooks, 8x5; 9x5; and 7x5. Box 3

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No. 12. Antilles material. Haiti; D.
1927. 5 notebooks, 8-3/4x4-3/4. Box 3
No. 13. Antilles material (Cariacos, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, St. Croix, St. Kitts, Antigua)
1925 4 notebooks, 8x5 and 9x4-3/4. Box 3
No. 14. Antilles material (Trinidad, all four, and Grenada - part of IV)
  4 notebooks, 8x5. Box 3
No. 15. Antilles material (Martinique, all five, and St. Lucia, part of one)
  5 notebooks, 8x5. Box 3
No. 16. Antilles material (Guadaloupe, Puerto Rico)
  6 notebooks in 7 volumes, 9x5 Box 3
No. 17. Antilles material. St. Dominica (2); Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Croix and St. Thomas (part of 1); and New Mexico material (part of 1).
  3 notebooks, 8x5. Box 3
No. 18. Hopi materials
1885-1892 4 notebooks, 6-1/2x4; 7-1/2x4; 8x4-3/4 and 9-3/4x6-1/4. Box 3

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No. 19. Mitla journals (one marked Zapoteca)
  5 notebooks, 6-1/2x5 Box 3
No. 20. Mayo - Yaqui; 1 notebook, 9x5-3/4.
1932 Box 3
No. 21. Dominica Notebooks
  3 notebooks, 8x6-1/2. Box 3
No. 22. Drinkwater, George R..
Jamaica Negro proverbs, sayings, etc.
Dec. 8, 1892 1 notebook, 9x7. Box 3
No. 23. Pastorella(s?).
Recuerdos tiernos amorosos en el nacimiento del Verbo dierno dios y salvador del mundo
1835-1896 148 items, most 8-3/4x6-1/2 Box 3

In Spanish. Religious writings

No. 24. Isleta pictures and manuscripts
  10 items, various sizes Box 3

For additional Isleta correspondence, see No.5 See Extra-oversized material. The bulk of these items are at the Smithsonian Institution.

No. 25. Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
Bibliography
  TMs, 31 p. (74 p. of copies) 11x8-1/2 and 8-1/2x5-1/2. Box 3
No. 26. Adair, John.
Photographs of Zuni and Isleta Indians (8 items)
1938 Box 3

8 photographic portraits of individuals: 5 from Zuni, 2 from Isleta, 1 from Acoma.

No. 27. Photographs of Indians and Taos
  48 items Box 3

Includes some negatives

Taos dwellings
1925 
No. 28. Mitla songs and photographs (Oaxaca region)
1930 301 items Box 3

Includes 14 songs, 183 photos, ca.100 negatives of Oaxaca; 3 drawings and an article on Zapotec words; letter from E. D. Merrill to Franz Boas, May 13, 1930.

No. 29. Photographs of Zuni
  8 photos, 54 negs. Box 3
No. 30. Plates from Bureau of American Ethnology and 2 pictures drawn by Albert Looking Elk
  2 ms. and 126 plates. 11x7-1/2; 10x6-1/2 and 10-3/4x8. Box 3
No. 31. Cachina tables: Pueblo Indian religion
  ca. 150 items Box 3

Misc.notes and correspondence with R.H.Lowie, A.V.Kidder, etc., some in fragmentary condition.

No. 32. Tewa and Jemez pictures, printed and original
  20 items Box 3

Includes 10 printed pictures; 4 original; 5 ms. sheets in pencil, and reprint from the American Anthropologist 20 (1918): E.C.Parsons. "War God Shrines of Laguna and Zuni".

No. 33. Caddo material
  20 items Box 3

Includes correspondence with Erminie W. Voegelin; and 2 printed items by Erminie Wheeler Voegelin.

No. 34. The World Changes
  ca. 1,000 p. Box 3

Unpublished manuscript; some newspaper clippings.

No. 35. Trip to Greece
  1 notebook and 16 typed leaves. 11x8-1/2 and 7x4-1/2 Box 3
No. 36. Note on sleep
  3 cys, 2 letters Box 3

Rejection letters from AAAS and Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. Also: reprint: Walter Freeman and James W. Watts, "An interpretation of the functions of the frontal lobe" Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine

No. 37. Notes on parallels between Cora-Huichol and the Pueblos
1934-1935 29 p. (total) Box 3

Incldues correspondence with Robert M. Zingg.

No. 38. Potsherds from 2 different pots.
  Box 3
No. 39. Riddles, folk tales and poems (York Village, Maine)
  1 p. of ms. and 8 p. typed. 2p. cc. 11x8-1/2. Box 3
No. 40. Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
Filipino village reminiscence
1939 1 notebook, loose sheets. Box 3

Galley proof of Scientific Monthly article, 1939. Printed items, of 6 strips. 23x7-1/4. Also TMs outline of article, 37 leaves. 26 leaves, and 1 notebook. 2p.listing of kinship terms in the Philippines by Philip Olivares.

No. 41. Birth control material
1926-1938 Box 3

3 pamphlets by W.F. Ogburn, 2 newspaper clippings, letter from W.F.Ogburn; Oct. 11, 1937; and article, published in Stearns: America Now, by Parsons, in typescript of 6p; with correspondence concerning the publication. Typed D. 8p. 11x8-1/2 and 8x5. (Title of article: The Family.)

No. 42. Natural History, vol. 17
Sept. 1938 Box 3
American Antiquityvol.VI, no.3. Steward, Julian H. Petroglyphs of California and Adjoining States. U.of Cal.Press. Berkeley, Cal.
Jan. 1941, 1929. Box 3
Stephen.
Navaho Notebook
1885-1891 1 vol. (3p. of typed notes) Box 3

Probably published. Origin myths, illustrations from notebooks.

No. 43. Gifford, Edward W..
Indian trait survey. D. 34p. 8-1/2 xll. Correspondence in re Indian trait survey; Typed L. 17p. 11x8-1/2. E.W.Gifford. Religious preparations for Hunt. Typed D. 54p. 11x8-1/2.
1937. Box 3
No. 44. Castañega, Martin de.
Tratado muy utile e bien fundado de las supersticiones y hechicerias, y varios conjuros y abusiones y otras cosas al caso tocantes, y de la posibilidad y remedio de ellas
  TMs, [1], 76 p. Box 3
Witchcraft material
1938-1939 6 p. Box 3

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No. 45. Correspondence with Margaret Lewis
1939 4 p. Box 3
"Zunis offer five dances"
  7 leaves, 1 note. Box 3

Printed item of 2 leaves. Note on incest by Parsons.

Questions asked Isletan
  TMs, 1p.; notes, 14 items Box 3
No. 46. "A Pre-Spanish Record of Hopi Ceremonies" American Anthropologist, 1938
1938-1940 Box 3

Correspondence in re Sikyatki bowl in The Southwest Museum.

No. 47. Pueblo material, misc.
  113 leaves, 10 pr. items Box 3

"Parts may have been used but no plan to incorporate these in any work under way"- A.Nagel.

No. 48. Antilles material - Unpublished
  Box 3
La guia ou dammier
  60p. Box 3
[Brer Rabbit and the] Riding Horse. Nevis Island
  2 leaves Box 3
Martinique (Modock) Tales, which stories, true stories, songs, etc.
  189p. Box 3

In French and English.

Verses (Revised) originals. Montserrat, St. Eustasius verses not revised yet
  171p. Box 3
Lesser Antilles. Current beliefs
  125 leaves Box 3
Antilles. Current beliefs
  81p. Box 3
St. Croix Stories
  7p. AMs. and 17p. TMs Box 3
Dominica. Revised
  67 leaves Box 3

In French.

Martinique material
  13 leaves Box 3
No. 49. Antilles. Unpublished.
  Box 3
1. Martinique original tales
  380 leaves Box 3

In French.

2. Modock misc. Unrevised. (Marginique tales)
  60 leaves, 10p. cc., 3 leaves notes Box 3
3. Modock misc. Unrevised
  47 leaves c.c. Box 3
4. Fauset, A. H..
Folk Tales and Riddles from the Lesser Antilles.
  [3], 264, [266]p. Box 3
5. West Indian Glossary
  116 leaves and 2 notepads Box 3
6. St. Lucia. Riddles, tales, etc.
  39 leaves Box 3

In French. Also, printed: S. H.King, King's Book of Chanties.

7. [The Goat and the Dawg]
  2 leaves and c.c. Box 3
8. Samana Bay - Santo Domingo; Bahamas
  1 notebook Box 3

Also 38p. transcript and c.c.

9. West Indian material (Misc.)
  80p. Box 3

Correspondence in re. publication on Martinique. Also list (47p) of words, in French, from Marginique.

10. West Indies. Misc. Folk tales, etc. (Martinique?)
  113 leaves, 2 newspaper clippins Box 3

Some in French.

11. Guadaloupe. "La moitie d'un"
  8p. Box 3

In French.

12. Guadaloupe. School material (Trois Rivieres). Visiting cards of acquaintances
  100 leaves, 6 cards Box 3
13. St. Croix, St. Thomas
  27 leaves Box 3
No. 50. Antilles
  Box 3
1. Martinique (Modock) Misc. tales: Guadaloupe True Story
  207 leaves Box 3

In French and English.

2. Songs (Modock), original and duplicate
  41p. AMs, 67p. TMs (and c.c.), 1 newspaper clipping Box 3

In French.

3. Martinique, Guadaloupe, Haiti, St. Lucia. Misc. proverbs sayings, songs, etc.
  163 leaves. Box 3

In French and English.

4. Modock. "True Stories" Original and duplicate
  65p. and c.c. Box 3

In French.

5. West Indian. Current beliefs
  93 leaves Box 3
6. West Indian. Verses revised
  146p. Box 3

In French

7. Old material from the Antilles
  126p. Box 3

Contains some correspondence.

No. 51. Pueblo of Tewa. Photographs and negatives, "of little value"
1918-1926 218 prints, 54 negs. Box 3
Buffalo dance
  
Two Tewa women, child, Ohkay Owingeh
  
Tewa adobe dwellings
  
Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo
  
Adobe wall
  
Tewa man, adobe dwelling
  
Adobe dwellings, Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo
  
Adobe dwelling with ladder
  
52. No number
  Box 3
No. 53. Current in 1939
  62 p., newspaper clipping Box 3

Important misc. Remarks: "Better keep - G.A.R." In English and Spanish. Contents in part: Correspondence; J.de la Fuente, "Las ceremonias de la eluvia entre los Zapotecos de hoy"; William R. Bascom, "The relationship of Yoruba folklore to divining.

No. 54. Correspondence of H. A.Douglas and E. C.Parsons in re. Taos dances, 1889
1941 6 p., 30 photos Box 3

Photos of Taos pueblo.

55. No number
  Box 3
No. 56. Notes of mummy cave from Stephen's notebooks
  32 p. Box 3

Restrictions on Access: Reproduction of this item, including Reading Room photography, is restricted due to the existence of potentially culturally sensitive content. Please consult the Manuscript Department for more information.

No. 57. "Synopsis of non-material culture traits characterizing the Ladinos of Agua Escondida. Western Highlands, Guatemala"
  15 p. Box 3
58. No number
  Box 3
59. No number
  Box 3
No. 60. Notes on Peguchi and other South America Tribes.
  Box 3
Ecuador
March 6. 1 notebook Box 3
Peguchi
  1 notebook Box 3
Ecuador notes
  111p. Box 3
Peguchi. Worked over material. Karstin notes, mostly used. Southeastern South America parallels
  68p. Box 3
Photographs, Ecuador
  100 prints, 27 negs. Box 3
View of house-types, Peguche.
  
Musicians of San Rafael, Easter Monday.
  
Peguche (?) woman, working with wood.
ca. 1940 
Peguche (?) women, working with loom.
ca. 1940 
Notes. Ecuador
1938 45p.; 1 notebook, etc. Box 3

Includes 4 newspaper clippings; 3 postal cards; 2 dried twigs of leaves; and 1 printed item: Juan Morales. Ecuador.

Misc. Ecuador material
  93p., 2 newspaper clippings, reprint Box 3

Reprint: John Gillin. "The Quichua-Speaking Indians... Ecuador."

Misc. Peruvian material
  61p. Box 3
No. 61. Pueblo Indian Religion
  Box 3
[Pueblo Indian Religion. Preface?]
  43p. Box 3
Flute ceremony
  6p. Box 3
Hoinawe
  1p. Box 3
Snake ceremony
  3p. Box 3
Niman Kachina
  6p. Box 3
Girls' dances
  1p. Box 3
Waqül
  2p. Box 3
Lalakunte ceremony
  2p. Box 3
Buffalo dance
  3p. Box 3
Water Snake (Palükün) dance
  2p. Box 3
War God ceremony
  2p. Box 3
Soyala
  8p. Box 3
Oñkwati Kachina dances
  1p. Box 3
Moüngtoshap
  1p. Box 3
Salako Kachina
  2p. Box 3
Powamu
  10p. Box 3
On inviting Kachina from another village
  10p. Box 3
The Separation of functions of Curing and of Weather Control in Zuni and Keresan ceremonialism
  24 leaves Box 3
Interrelations of cults
  30p. Box 3
Memorandum on Koyenishi and Newakiva
  3p. Box 3
Kachina
  10p. Box 3
The Clan as a Ceremonial Organization
  20p. Box 3
Notes on Hopi ceremonies
  61p. Box 3
Hopi and Zuni ceremonialism
  1p. Box 3
Table A-C: Clans and ceremonial associations
  3p. Box 3
Change: Acculturation Growth and Decay
  19p. Box 3
Like cures Like
  2p. Box 3
Sickness: Witchcraft: Old Age: Death
  10p. (total) Box 3
Tribe [crossed off]
  5p. Box 3
The Spirits: Cosmology. The Spirits. Rejected
  10p. Box 3
Reject[ed] from Preface
  4p. Box 3
Whipping of the Children, and Advent of the Water Snake, Zuni
  5p. Box 3
Laguna Emergence myth
  3p. Box 3
Cochiti Emergence myth
  5p. Box 3
[Ritual violations?]
  15p. Box 3
Cultural processes observable in Pueblo religion
  6p. Box 3
Summer solstice ceremonial
1891; 1920 8p., 1 notebook Box 3
Notes on traits
  3 leaves Box 3
Natüña or initiation into wüwüchimtu, Singers, Horn and Agave Societies
Nov. 1891 40p. (total) Box 3
The Institution of the Governship
  20p. Box 3
Plates used in Pueblo Indian religion
  5 leaves Box 3
Miscellaneous notes
  ca.150p. Box 3
No. 62. Elsie Clews Parsons. Folk-Lore of the Antilles
  [29], 735, [1], 190; 12; 35 p. Box 3

American Folk Lore Society, vol.26, pt.3. Carbon copy. In French and English

No. 63. Peguchi. Canton of Otavalo, Province of Imbabuka, Ecuador. A study of Andean Indians
  [3] 345 p; 59 p. c.c. Box 3

Published by the University of Chicago Press. Carbon copy in part.

Peguchi. Notes, etc
  Box 3
No. 64. Acoma material
  Box 3
Correspondence with various personsTLsS
1932-1941 9p. Box 3
White, Leslie A. Autobiography of an Acoma Indian
  26p. Box 3
White, Leslie A. Supplementary data on Acoma
  83p. Box 3
White, Leslie A. Acoma tales
  59p. Box 3
Stirling, Matthew W. Acoma records Draft.
  443 leaves Box 3
Stirling, Matthew W. Origin myth of Acoma and other records: Leslie A.White. Autobiography of an Acoma Indian: Supplementary data on Acoma; and Acoma Tales
  [40], 172p. Box 3

Also correspondence of 4p., 1941.

White, Leslie A. Acoma material
  212p. Box 3
White, L.A. Acoma material (Incomplete)
  10p. Box 3
Acoma material. "Duplicate of Forde's original"
  33 leaves Box 3
Miscellaneous Acoma material
  448 leaves; 25 drawings Box 3

Includes some correspondence of 1941.

Original captions for plates
  40 leaves Box 3
Discarded Acoma material. Finished glossary parallels
  18 leaves Box 3
No.65.. Antilles. Notebooks
  2 notebooks Box 3
No. 66. Kwakwaka'wakw visual materials
  Box 3
Thunderbird stencil
  Box 3
Unidentified stencil
  
Skate stencil
  Box 3
Pattern fragments
  Box 3

Approx. 15 stencils and fragments, and 1 drawing of the copper "Hwises'talo"(?)

Grizzly bear stencil patterns
  Box 3
Sinut stencil design
  Box 3
Q'awaga copper stencil design
  Box 3
Thomsun-Boas letter and photograph
  1 letter, 1 photograph

Abstract: Letter dated 28 October 1925 from Thomas Thomsun of the Nationalmuseet den Etnografisk Samling (National Museum of Ethnography) in Copenhagen to Franz Boas regarding two photographs, one of which remains with the letter and depicts a possibly Chilkat Tlingit blanket.

Thomsun, Thomas: To Franz Boas. 1925 Oct 28
  
Chilkat Tlingit blanket
circa 1925 
Indian reservations in the U.S.
1914 Map, photograph Box 3

1914 map, plus 1 unidentifed photograph.

Unidentified structure
Undated 
Kwakiutl drawings, not used.
  Box 3

Drawings, stencils, and rubbings of Kwakwaka'wakw designs, including coppers. Includes fragmentary notes on some items.

Kwakwaka'wakw man and girl
  
Rubbings from stone(?)
  2 items Box 3
Sea Eagle Hat stencil
  Box 3
Rain Hat stencil
  Box 3
Kwakiutl Whale hat pattern stencil
  Box 3
Kwakwaka'wakw copper designs (see Oversize)
  29 pencil drawings, 14 stencils Box 3

Other Descriptive Information: Pencil drawings of copper designs on paper sheets cut to the proper shape. Most include pencil notes for the names of the coppers or identification of parts of the design. Notes may be in Franz Boas' handwriting.

Indian designs. D. 11 circular items. ca.24" diameter. (see Extra-Oversize items)
  Box 3

Titles of groups of items appear, in many cases, to be arbitrarily chosen, and were copied from manuscript notes made by G.A.Reichard on the original brown envelope containers of these papers.

No. 67. Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941.
Isleta Paintings (mss) Introduction and Commentary
  Box 3

Book edited by Esther S. Goldfrank. Wash.,Smithsonian Institution, (970.6:Is4).

---- Copy 2. Presented by Mrs. Goldfrank;
March 31, 1964. 1964 579ms
Elsie Clews Parsons Papers II
1898-1937 

Subcollection II is comprised of 26.25 linear feet of personal and professional correspondence, early childhood material, miscellaneous geneaological, autobiographical, and other manuscripts, financial records, and photographs. acquired in 1985. A rich assemblage, Parsons II differs from the previous Parsons accession in documenting a larger scope of Parsons' life, and in particular, it includes a wealth of family and personal material and a greater representation of her interests outside of anthropology and folklore.

Parsons II The more personal, family material includes correspondence between Parsons and her children, and more extensively (1898-1925) with her husband Herbert (1869-1925), many written while Parsons was conducting research in field. Many other anthropologists are represented in the correspondence, the most notable being the large number of letters (ca. 1915-1930s) from Alfred L. Kroeber, whose letters discuss personal matters, the state of anthropology at Berkeley and elsewhere, and colleagues and mutual friends.

The collection also includes an interesting family genealogy, "Record of Family Faculties" (a printed form-book devised by Francis Galton) which includes photographs of Parsons and others, with a detailed description of herself, and Parsons's financial records, which provide detailed documentation of Parsons's self-financed field research during the 1920s and 1930s.

The collection contains incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, postcards and telegrams generated during Parsons' career. Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then chronologically within each file. Chronologically, the correspondence is evenly distributed. Colleague's manuscript articles and short papers are included in this series under the author's name. Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically.

Correspondence relates to Parsons' interests in sociology, anthropology, and professional and political organizations. In ambiguous cases of professional vs. personal relationships, the correspondence has been filed in this series. Correspondents include: Franz Boas, Randolph S. Bourne, Clarence Day, Jr., P.E. Goddard, Francis Hackett, A.L. Kroeber, C. Grant La Farge, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Gladys A. Reichard, and Morris Titiev.

Series I. Professional Correspondence
1898-1937 
Aberle, Sophie D.
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Abreu, Carlos F. (Mrs.)
1924-25 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See also Ser.I, Edwards, A.M. -See also Ser.I, Dorman, H.H.

Adams, John D.
1905 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Addams, Jane
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Aginsky, Bert W.
1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Ainslee's Magazine
1907 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Austin, Annette
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Aitken, Barbara
n.d. ALS Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Allves, Marie Louise
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Albuquerque Herald
1922 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See Ser.VII, Bursum Bill

American Anthropological Association
1917-18; 1935; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
American Anthropologist
1915-31 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Gifford, E.W.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Goddard, P.E.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See also Ser.X, Corr. - Linton, Ralph

American Association for International Conciliation
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
American Association for Labor Legislation
1912 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
American Association for the Advancement of Science
1917; 1923 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
American Association of University Professors
1916-17 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
American Breeders' Association
1906 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
American Ehtnographic Society
1940 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
American Folklore Society, Inc.
[1933] Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See also Ser.I, American Anthropological Association -See also Ser.X, Corr. - American Folklore Society

American League to Limit Armaments
1914-15 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Wood, L. Hollingsworth
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
American Museum of Natural History
1917; 1927 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Dickerson, Mary C.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes #1, 1918

American Society for Comparative Musicology
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
American Sociological Society
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Amin, A. Gadir
1926 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Andrade, Manuel J.
1927 3 items Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Andrade, Manuel J.
1929 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Angell, James R.
1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
1914 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Lichtenberger, J.P.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Associate Alumni of Barnard College
1911-12; 1935 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Association of the Bar
1898 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Atiyah, Edward
1926 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See Ser.IV, [Sudanese tales], 1926

Austin, Annette
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See Ser.I, Ainslee's Magazine

Ayres, Clarence
1927 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Badger, Richard G.
1912; 1933 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Bailey, Pearce
1921; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Balch, Ernesto
1913 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Barbeau, C.M.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See Ser.IV, Nova Scotia - Notebook #1, 1923

Barclay, Harold
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Beaglehole, Ernest
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See Ser.I, Sapir, Edward

Beals, Ralph L.
1932-1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See also Ser.IV, [Mexico] - Notes [from Burgoa...], 1933 -See also Ser.VI, Beals, Ralph L.

Folder #1
1932 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Folder #2
1933 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Folder #3
1934-1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Beals, Ralph L. - Mss. - "Mixe Ms."
1934 7 Folders Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Beals, Ralph L. - Notes - Burgoa
1933 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See Ser.IV, [Mexico] - Notes

Beckwith, M.
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Beckwith, Martha W.
1922 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
The Folk Lore Foundation
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

(Vassar College)

Benedict, Ruth
1923-37 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr. -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spirituals in Alabama" by Clemmie S. Terrell -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Benedict, Ruth

Bennett, Wendell C.
1931 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Bevin, S. Marie
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Black, High
1905 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Blatch, Harriot Stanton
1908 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Boardman, Mabel J.
1910-12 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Boas, Franz
1913-1939 7.0 folders Box Papers-II Series-I: 1

-See also Ser.III, Mss. - Stephen's Hopi Journal - Corr. -See also Ser.VI, Boas, Franz -See also Ser.VII, Clippings - Obituaries of ECP, 1941-42 -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Boas, Franz

Folder #1
1913-1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Folder #2
1918-1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Folder #3
1922-1927 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Folder #4
1928-1931 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Folder #5
1932-1934 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Folder #6
1935-1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Folder #7
1926-1928, 1939 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Boekelman, H.J.
1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Bonilla, Guillermo
1930 Box Papers-II Series-I: 1
Bose, Somesh Chandra
1923 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.IV, Hindu (Bose) - Notebooks #1-3, 1923 -See Ser.IV, Hindu - Notes, 1923

Bourne, Randolph
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.I, Evening Post -See also Ser.I, Teall, Dorothy

Folder #1
1915; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Folder #2
1916; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Folder #3
1917-18; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Bovey, Charles C.
1932-36 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Brand, Donald D.
1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Brentano's
1914 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Brearley School
1918 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Van Doren, Carl
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Brew, J.O.
1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Kidder, A[lfred] V.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Brice, Kirkpatrick
1909-13; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Brooklyn Museum
1930; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Brooks, Van Wyck
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Browne, F.W. Stella
1916; 1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Brownell, S.B.
1907 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Brush, W. Franklin
1912 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Burlingham, Charles C.
1909 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Bunzel, Ruth L.
1929-35; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr. -See also Ser.III, Mss. - Stephen's Hopi Journal - Corr.

Burke, Charles Henry
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See Ser.I, Cattell, Owen

Bursum, Holm O.
1923 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Butler, Nicholas Murray
1899-1908 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Cadzow, D.A.
1933 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Calder, William M.
1917; 1919 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Caldwell, Otis W.
1918 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Cappanari, Stephen
1940 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Carpenter, Alan (Mrs.)
1917? Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Carrtens, Otto G.
1913 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Caruso, Maria G.
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Casiquito, Cristino
1932 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Cattell, James McKeen
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.I, School and Society -See also Ser.I, Scientific Monthly

Cattell, Owen
1923-24 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Burke, Charles Henry
  Box Paper-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.IV, [Zuni] - Notebook, 1924 [by O. Cattell]

Cecereu, Jeanne - Mss. - [French sayings and tale]
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

in French

Celler, Emanuel
1934 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Chang, P.C.
1921 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Chapman, Kenneth M.
1927; 1932 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Charities and the Commons
1906; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Chicago Herald
1916; 1929 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Chicago Women's Aid
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Christensen, A.H.
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Churchill, Winston (1871-1947)
1929 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Citizen's Charter Campaign Committee
1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
City Club of Chicago
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Cochise, George
1921-22 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Cochito[?], George Washington
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Cole, Fay-Cooper
1932-1935 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
College Women's Club of Washington
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Collegiate Equal Suffrage League of New York State
1906-08 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Collier, John
[1922]; 1935; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser. VII, Bursum Bill

Collier, John - Mss. - "Politicians Pillage the Pueblos"
1923 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Columbia University
1905-35 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Columbia University. Library
1933 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.IV, Hindu - Notes, 1923 -See also Ser.IV, Nova Scotia - Notebook #9, 1923

Columbia University Press
1931; 1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Comlaire-Sylvan, S.
1933 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Congrès International des Sciences Anthropologiques et Ethnologiques
1934 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Firth, Raymond
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
The Crisis
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Crist, J.H.
1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.I, Hare, Meredith

Crockett, Delores N. - Mss. - ["Children's Rhymes from Michigan"]
[1931?] Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Crooks, William
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See Ser.I, Folk-Lore Society

Cross, Tom Peete
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.I, Dubois, W.E.B. -See also Ser.I, New York Times -See also Ser.I, American Assoc. of University Professors

Culin, Alice Mumford
1929 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Culin, Stewart
1918; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Cushing, Frank Hamilton - Mss. - "Oraibe Creation Myth"
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See Ser.I, Hodge, F.W.

Cushing, Frank Hamilton - Notes
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See Ser.IV, Havasupai Lang. - Notes, 1881 -See Ser.IV, Zuni [Vocabulary], 1880-81

Cutting, Bronson M.
1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Davies, John A.V.
1935-36 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Davis, Arthur Kyle, Jr.
1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Davis, E. Mott, Jr.
1940 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Day, Clarence
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.I, Southwest Society - Membership Card file (Oversized)

Folder #1
1911-16; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Folder #2
1917-18; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Folder #3
1919-25; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Folder #4
1926-36; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Day, Clarence - Biog. memoir by ECP
1919; 1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See Ser.III, Mss. - "Portrait of an Adventurer"

Day, Clarence - Mss. - "The Sorrows of a Chukro"
[1915?] Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Day, Peg (Mrs.)
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Portrait of an Adventurer"

Deady, Henderson B.
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Defrem, Herman
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Dell, Floyd
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.I, The Masses -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Pacifist Snobbishness"

Dellenbaugh, Frederick S.
1926 TLS, photo Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Dellenbaugh, Frederick S.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See Ser.III, Mss.- Stephen's  Hopi Journal - Correspondence

Democratic National Committee
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Densmore, Frances
1933; 1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
The Dial
1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Dickerson, Mary Cynthia
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.I, American Museum of Natural History

Dorman, H.H.
1923-24 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Abreu, Carlos F. (Mrs.)
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 2

-See also Ser.I, Edwards, A.M.

Dorset, Wilfred I.
1931 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Dorsett, Alice E.
1928 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Dubois, W.E.B.
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Dunlap, Knight
1916-17 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Dunn, Robert
1934-35 Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Dutton, Bertha P.
1937 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 2
Eastman, Max
1916?; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.I, The Masses

Eckerman, E.F.
1918 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Edwards, A.M.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Abreu, Carlos F. (Mrs.)
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Dorman, H.H.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gonzales, Eligio
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Law, George
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
True, Clara D.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.I, True, Clara D. -See also Ser.IX, Pajarito Ranch, N.M.

Folder #1
1920-21 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Folder #2
1922-23 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Folder #3
1924-25 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Eggan, Fred
1930-36 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.VI, Eggan, Fred

Elwyn, James
1929-35 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Embree, Edwin R.
1937 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Embree, Edwin R.
1937 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Emergency Society in Aid of European Science and Art
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Emmett, William T.
1912-13 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Encyclopaedia of the Negro
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See Ser.I, Stokes, Anson Phelps

Espinosa, Aurelio M.
1926-1936 3 items Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Espinosa, Aurelio M.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.I, Wheeler, Howard -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr. -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Tar Baby" -See also Ser.IV, Mexico - Notes, 1930-32 [La Conquista, Santa Ana del Valle] -See also Ser. VIII, Espinosa, Manuel

Folder #1
1925-30 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Folder #2
1931 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Folder #3
1932-35; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Espinosa, Aurelio M., Jr.
1936-37 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Eugenics Conference, 2nd International (1915)
1914 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Evans, Frank E.
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Evans, John
1933; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
The Evening Post
1913-18; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Fairchild, David
1906; 1913 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Fallaize[?], E.L.
1922 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Fansler, Dean S.
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Fauset, Arthur Huff
1934 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.IV, Nova Scotia - Notebooks #1 & #9, 1923 -See also Ser.VI, Fauset, Arthur Huff

Félix, Modock
1926-29 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

in French

Fewkes, J. Walter
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Ficke, Arthur Davison
1935 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Firth, Raymond
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See Ser.I, Congrès International des Sciences Anthropologiques et Ethnologiques

Fisher, Waller L.
1911 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Fitz, Reginald
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Folder #1
1906-09 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Folder #2
1910-31; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Folk Lore Foundation (Vassar College)
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See Ser.I, Beckwith, Martha W.

Folk-Lore Society
1915-19; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Crooks, William
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Milne, F.A.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Forde, C. Daryll
1929-31 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.IV, Hopi - Notes, 1929; 1932; n.d.

The Forum
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Frank, Jerome N.
1917-18 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Freire-Marreco, Barbara
1914-18 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
French, David
n.d. TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Fuller, Paul
1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Furbush, Edgar
1912 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gachupin, Juan
1922; 1932 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gallup, Charles
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Garcelou, Lee (Mrs.)
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Giddings, Franklin H.
1906 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gifford, E. W.
1927 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gifford, [Edward Winslow?]
1937 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.I, American Anthropologist

Gilbertson, Albert N.
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gillett, Frederick H.
1906-19 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Johnson, Alvin
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Glenn, Nan Ashton
1939 2 TLsS Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Goddard, Pliny Earle
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See Ser.I, American Anthropologist -See also Ser.IV, American Ethnology SW - Notebook, 1912 -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes, 1918

Folder #1
1913-17 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Folder #2
1918-23; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Goldenweiser, Alexander A.
1914?-20 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Goldfrank, Esther
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.X, Corr. - Goldfrank, Esther

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Gomme, Allan
1928 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gonzales, Eligio
1923-24 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.I, Edwards, A.M.

Goodwin, Grenville
1937 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gorrell, Juan L.
1941-1942 3 items Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gorell, Mercedes
1941 ALS Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Greenwich House
1912; 1930-1933; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.I, Simkhovitch, Mary K.

Gregory, Alyse
1919; 1923 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

re: D.H. Lawrence

Guernsey, S.J.
1918-19 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser. VII, Bursum Bill, 1922-23

Gunn, John M.
1918 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gunst, Marie L.
1933 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Gwinn, H.G.
1932 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Habil, E. Cita Y. [?]
1912 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Hacket, Francis
1927 6 items, photo Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Hackett, Francis
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.I, Day, Clarence, 1922 -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "In Terms of Crisis"

Folder #1
1914-25 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Folder #2
1926-29; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Hagerman, H.J.
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Haile, Benard
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Hall, G. Stanley
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Halliman, Charles T.
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3
Hand, Learned
1918-19 Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.III, Mss. - "In Terms of Crisis"

Hapgood, Norman
1908-14?; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 3

-See also Ser.I, Harper's Weekly

Hard, William
1912 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hare, Meredith
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Crist, J.H.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
True, Clara D.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Folder #1
1905-15? Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Folder #2
1920-31; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Harper's Weekly
1913-16 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hapgood, Norman
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Metz, Charles A.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Harris, Annie Erna
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hart, Walter Morris
1919; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hasboune, [J.?]
1912-14 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hayshaw, Beatrice M.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See Ser.IV. Nova Scotia - Notebook #1, 1923

Heretics Club
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Herrera, Tanita
1922-23 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Herskovits, Frances
1929-31 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See also Ser.I, Herskovits, Melville - Mss. - Suriname Folk-Lore

Herskovits, Melville J.
1927-1941 3 items Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Herskovits, Melville J.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Folder #1
1929-31 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Folder #2
1932-36 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Herskovits, Melville J. - Mss. - Suriname Folk-Lore
[ca. 1936] Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Herskovits, Frances
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Herzog, George
1927 ALS Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hibbert Journal
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hill, Mary A.
1907 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hill, W. W.
1940-1941 2 items Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hilles, Charles D.
1912 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See Ser.IV, American Ethnology SW - Notebook

Hispanic Society of America
1917; 1924 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hitchcock, Frederick H.
1910 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hodge, F.W.
1929 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Cushing, Frank Hamilton - Mss. - "Oraibe Creation Myth"
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr.

Hollingworth, Leta S.
1921 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Holmes, W.H.
1912 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See Ser.IV, American Ethnology SW - Notebook

Holt, Hamilton
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See Ser.I, The Independent

Henry Holt & Co.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See Ser.III, Mss. - Laws of Imitation - Correspondence

House, Grace Bigelow
1919 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Howells, John Mead
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Huebsch, B.W.
1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hughes, Lawrence
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Folder #1
1914 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Folder #2
1915-17 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Folder #3
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Lawrence Hughes family
1915-22 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hughes, Myra Hamilton
1913?; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Hyllested, Mlle.
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
The Independent
1906-13 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Holt, Hamilton
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Nursery Bug-A-Boos"

Institute of Current World Affairs
1933 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
The International Journal of Ethics
1915-17 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Tufts, James H.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Jelliffe, Smith Ely
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Johnson, Alvin S.
1928 ALS Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Johnson, Alvin S.
1918?-35; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See also Ser.I, Gillett, Frederick -See also Ser.I, The New Republic

Johnson, Eleanor H.
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Johnson, Grace Nail
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Johnson, Melville - Mss. - "Taos the Brilliant"
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Johnstone, Arthur Edward
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Journal of Abnormal Psychology
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Method
1912-17 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Just, E.E.
1935 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Kelley, Florence
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Kennaday, Paul
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Kennard, Edward A.
1934-36 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Kerr, Archibald
1912 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Keur, Dorothy L.
1940 ALS Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Kidder, Alfred V.
1926 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Kidder, Alfred V.
1920-35 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See also Ser.I, Brew, J.O. -See also Ser. VII, Bursum Bill

King, Epsie
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Knopf, Alfred A.
1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Knowles, Squire
1935 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Krempin, L. C.
1909? Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Kroeber, Alfred L.
1915-1939, n.d. 7.0 folders Box Papers-II Series-I: 4

-See also Ser.I, Bourne, Randolph -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr. -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, [Journal #1], 1915 -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, [Topics #2], 1915 -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, 1915-16 -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - [Notes by Alfred L. Kroeber] #1-5, [ca.1919?] -See also Ser,VI, Kroeber, Alfred -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Kroeber, Alfred L.

Folder #1
1915-1917 Box Paper-II Series-I: 4
Folder #2
1918 Box Paper-II Series-I: 4
Folder #3
1919 Box Paper-II Series-I: 4
Folder #4
1920-1921 Box Paper-II Series-I: 4
Folder #5
1922-1934 Box Paper-II Series-I: 4
Folder #6
n.d. Box Paper-II Series-I: 4
Folder #7
1937-1939 Box Papers-II Series-I: 4
Laboratory of Anthropology (Santa Fe, N.M.)
1931; 1935; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See also Ser.I, Nusbaum, Jesse

Laboratory of Anthropology (Santa Fe, N.M.) - Minutes
1935 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
La Farge, C. Grant
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See also Ser.III, Mss. - "An Island Bewitched"

Folder #1
1913 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Folder #2
1914?-21; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
La Farge, C. Grant - Mss. - "Rivers and Recollections"
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
La Farge, C. Grant - Poems
1918-21; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
LaFarge, Oliver
1926 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
La Farge, Oliver
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Correspondence

Laroche, Thimoléon
1912 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

in French

Law, George
1925; 1929-1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See also Ser.I, Edwards, A.M. -See also Ser.I, True, Clara D. -See also Ser.IX, Pajarito Ranch, N.M.

Lebosse, Dan
1931 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Lesser, Alexander
1935 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Lewis, Margaret
1927 2 items Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Lewis, Margaret
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, 1915-17 -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes, 1932

Folder #1
1916?-33 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Folder #2
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Lichtenberger, J.P.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See Ser.I, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

Lindeman, E.C.
1929 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Linton, Adeline
1940 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Lippman, Walter
1916; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See also Ser.I, The New Republic

The Literary Agency of London
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Loeb, Edwin M.
1932 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Lowie, Robert H.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See also Ser.IV, Hopi - Notes, 1929; 1932; n.d. -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, 1915-16 -See also Ser.VI, Lowie, Robert

Luhan, Mabel Dodge
1927 ALS Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Luhan, Mabel Dodge
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See also Ser.IV, Taos - Notes, [ca.1930] -See also Ser.VI, Luhan, Mabel Dodge -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Luhan, Mabel Dodge

Folder #1
[1922]; 1925; 1928; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Folder #2
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
McCutcheon, John T.
1932; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
McGraw, Clara Louise (Mrs. Donald)
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
McGuire, Mary C.
1905 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
McLennan, Grace
1921 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Mack, Julian W.
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Marlborough, Consuelo
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See Ser.I, Spurgeon, Caroline

Marn, John
1913? Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Martin, Paul S.
1933 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Martin, Walton
1906; 1932; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Martinez, Lorenzo
1929; 1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association
1908 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
The Masses
1915-19; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Dell, Floyd
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Eastman, Crystal
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Eastman, Max
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Mayer, Julius M.
1906 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
The Mayor's Independence Day Committee
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Medical Review of Reviews
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Mencken, H.L.
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Merz, Charles
1920? Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Metz, Charles A.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See Ser.I, Harper's Weekly

Miller, Alice Duer
1919?; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Shall We Send Our Daughters to College"

Miller, H.W.
1906-12; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Mills, Ogden L.
1922 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Milne, F.W.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See Ser.I, Folk-Lore Society

Moffat, Yard & Company
1911 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Moody, M.
1906 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Moore, J.B.
1913 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Moorehead, [Warren K.]
[1922] Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Montague, W.P.
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Morgan, C. Stuart
1923 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Morris, Newbold
1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Morris, Stephen
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See Ser.IV, Nova Scotia - Notes, [1923]

Morse, Edward S.
1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Museum of Northern Arizona
1935 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Museum of the American Indian
1918 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Nadal[?], F.W.
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Naismith, Grace
1934 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Johnson, James Weldon
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control, Inc.
1934 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
National Hughes Alliance. Women's Committee
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
The New International Encyclopedia
1914 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Colby, F.M.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
The New International Year Book
1914 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Colby, F.M.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
"The New Passion-alism"
[1911?] Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
The New Republic
1915-20?; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Croly, Herbert
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Johnson, Alvin S.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Littell, Philip
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Littell, R.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See also Ser.I, Hackett, Francis -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "In Terms of Crisis" -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Portrait of an Adventurer"

New Review
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
New School for Social Research
1919 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
New York (City). Office of the President of the Borough of Manhattan
1908 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
New York Academy of Sciences
1917-35 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
New York Times
1914-17; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Wiley, Louis
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See also Ser.X, Corr. - New York Times

New York Tribune
1915-16 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
The New Yorker
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 5

-See Ser.III, Mss. - "Portrait of an Adventurer"

Nock, Albert Jay
1921 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
Nusbaum, Jesse L.
1931-35 Box Papers-II Series-I: 5
O'Brien, Katherine M.
1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
O'Donovan, Gerald
1909 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Open Court Publishing Company
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Opler, Morris Edward
1939-1941 2 items Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Opler, Morris E.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 6

-See also Ser.VI, Opler, Morris

Folder #1
1931-32 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Folder #2
1933-34 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Folder #3
1935-36; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Opler, Morris E. - Mss. - "An Analysis of Mesclavo and Chiricahua Apache Social Organization
1932 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Opler, Morris E. - Notes
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Pan American Union
1913 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Pardo de Tavera, T.H.
1905 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Parsons, Elsie Clews. Fragment of "Bahama article" mss.
n.d. TMs Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Parsons, Geoffrey
1922 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Parsons, Mary
n.d. ALS Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Peabody, Charles
1920; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Peabody, George Foster
1926 2 TLsS Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
People's Council of America
1917; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Lochner, Louis P.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Percy, E.
1913-14? Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Peters, Andrew J.
1907?-36 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Peters, Martha R. Phillips
1910-35; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Philadelphia Conference on Parenthood
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Piedra Lumbre Cattle Company Ghost Ranch
1934 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Pinchot, Gifford
1905-08 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Plaza, M. Avelina de
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Popular Science Monthly
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
PospC-sil, Francis
1931; 1933 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Poyntz, Juliet Stuart
1914 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Price, B.S.
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Pronger, Dorothy M.
1926 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6

-See Ser.IV, Egyptian, Sudanese, and Arabian Tales - Notes, 1926

Psychoanalytic Review
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
The Psychological Review
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
The Public
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Public Education Association
1914 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Pulitzer, Joseph
1907 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Putnam, Emily James
1906-19; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Putnam, Herbert
1905?; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
G.P. Putnam's Sons
1907-19 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Race
1935 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Radin, Paul
1930 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Raup, Ida
n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Ravage, M.E.
1918-19 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Ravenel, W. de C.
1919 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6

plant specimen

Realso, Cleveland H.
1919 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Redfield, Robert
1939 TLS Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Redfield, Robert
1929-35 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6

-See also Ser.III, Mss. - Mitla: Town of the Souls -See also Ser.VI, Redfield, Robert -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Redfield, Robert

Redfield, [Robert] - Mss. - "The Coati and the Ceiba"
[1935?] Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Reichard, Gladys A.
1927-1941 7 items Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Reichard, Gladys A.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 6

-See also Ser.VI, Reichard, Gladys A. -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Reichard, Gladys

Folder #1
1923-31 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Folder #2
1932-36; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Reuter, E.B.
1930 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Reynolds, Paul R.
1906 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Rhodes, Harrison
1913 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
1932 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6

-See Ser.IV, Mexico - Notes, 1930-32 [La Conquista, Santa Ana del Valle]

Roberts, Helen H.
1919-36 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Robinson, Evangeline M.
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 6

-See Ser.IV, Nova Scotia - Notebook #9, 1923

Robinson, James Harvey
1914; 1920; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Rodman, Henrietta
1917 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Roosevelt, Theodore
1906-09 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Root, Elihu
1909 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Rosenbloom, Samuel
1918 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Ross, E.A.
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Royal Anthropological Institute
1918; 1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Russell, William F.
1939 3 items Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Rydberg, P.A.
1919 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Sanger, Margaret
1916 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Sanger, William
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Sanger, William
1916-17 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6

-See also Ser.I, Sanger, Margaret

Sapir, Edward
1918-1936 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6

Beaglehole, Ernest

Santiago, Eligio
1932 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Sargent, Mary T.
1920 Box Papers-II Series-I: 6
Schapiro, J. Salwyn
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 7
School and Society
1915 Box Papers-II Series-I: 7
Cattell, James McKeen
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 7
The School of Philanthropy
1906 Box Papers-II Series-I: 7
Schroeder, Theodore
1906; 1914 Box Papers-II Series-I: 7
Scidmore, Eliza R.
1908? Box Papers-II Series-I: 7
Scientific Monthly
1916-36; n.d. Box Papers-II Series-I: 7
Cattell, James McKeen
  Box Papers-II Series-I: 7