Records of the Department of Anthropology
U.S. National Museum /
National Museum
of Natural History

By James R. Glenn

Revised by
Robert Leopold

National Anthropological Archives
Smithsonian Institution

August 2000

 

SERIES 17: DIVISION OF ETHNOLOGY. MANUSCRIPT AND PAMPHLET FILE. 495 inches. Part 3. [Return to Part 2]

 

BOX 41

MEXICO

587 Walter Hough and Otis T. Mason, notes on linguistic families of Mexico.

Reading notes by Hough.

Hough, "The Totnac Indians," 1889.

Other notes and illustrations.

Letters, William C. Farabee to HrdliÖka, 2/13/18, re his? publications in physical anthropology..

588 Newspaper article re Byron Cummings' work at Chuicuilco.

MICMAC

588A Christian Kauder, Das Kabehismus, Das Betrachtungsbueh, und das Gesaugbuck(?), Vienna, 1866 (in Hieroglyphics;part missing)

MICRONESIA

589 Letters of Kucaic school girls during the 1890s and early 1900s donated by Katharine Marvin.

Photograph of native teacher.

Postcards.

Bible verses in Gilbertese.

Diary of Katherine Marvin, with notes on Micronesians.

Printed material.

590 Scrapbook from Katherine Marvin including photographs, illustrations.

Clippings, American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions forms.

BOX 42

MIGRATION

591 Clipping re origins of American Indians, with references to HrdliÖka.

Proof sheets of Immigration Commission's "Dictionary of European and Other Immigrant Races or Peoples," 1910.

Printed material.

592 Fred Eggleston to Otis T. Mason, 11/15/94, re cookery and drive of Europeans for spices.

Fritz Noetting to Mason, 12/8/94 re flint flakes found in Burma.

E.D. Cope to Mason, 6/25/94, re origin of camels and migration.

Frank Baker, 8/27/94, re origin of syphillis.

Notes by Mason.

Newsclipping re Mason's idea of migration of American Indians from Asia.

MILLS, WILLIAM C.

593 Letter to Mason, 11/22/04, with list of his publications.

MILLS, PRIMITIVE

594 Note by Walter Hough.

Clippings and illustrations.

MISCELLANY

595 Maori vocabularies.

Quichua, Hawaiian, and Samoan word lists.

Letters of H.L. Jammis and T. Wilson, 1890-1898, re collection of stone tools and purchase of specimens.

BOX 43

MISCELLANY

There are two series of miscellany. The first series, consisting of folders with several items in each, includes notes, clippings, other printed material including:

Walter Hough, "Remarks on Antarctic Exploration" before the Washington Academy of Sciences, 1910; illustrations of British Guiana weapons by Ph. Schmid; letter, J.O. Dorsey to Otis T. Mason, 1/171(?)/93, re Hiawatha; letter, Jessie E. Thomas, 1/20/02, and Albert Gatschet, 12/22/01 and 12/19/01, re name for hemlock in different Indian languages and other names suitable for estates; Karl Moon, "Photographic Studies of Indians"; notes on magic mirrors of China and Japan by D.B. McCartee; letters of George A. Allen (see also, registrar's/Proc Lab's records for Acc# 24160, cat #'s 135927-931 and 152485-492) to Mason, 1/19/97 and 11/28/90 and Allen's "The Colorado River Indian Reservation and the Mohave Indians"(BOX 44); letter, J.B. Thatcher to William H. Holmes, 9/24/00 re having never seen Tehelche on foot using bolo and related letter, 10/15/00; Walter Hough to Mason, 2/6/00, re recommendations for collecting activities of Jesse Walter Fewkes in Hopi.

596 Agriculture

Anthropologenesis

Alaska

Alphabet

Aleuts

Altars

Amazon

America--peopling

Antarctic

Ancestry of man

Apache

Argentine

Arrows

Bassa alphabet

Aryans

Astronomy, primitive

British Guiana--weapons

Congo poison

Easter Indians--Cumberland

Eliot, John

597 Epics

Ethnobotany

Fiji

Finger Rings

Fire making

Flagellants

Fly traps

Folk songs

Galleys

Goajira peninsula

Guan

Gypsy

Greenland

Habitations

Handicraft

Harpoon-Eskimo

Hawaii

Heads

Hiawatha

Himalaya

Holiday

Holland

Hops

Hupa

Igorot

Indian medicines

Indian names

Indian names for estates

598 Indians, painting of

Indians:

California Maidu

Chinook

Civilization of

Kansas

Mythology

Mohave

Navaho

Paiute

Oregon-Washington

Population

Bannocks

Eastern Washington

Quinaielt

Wintun

Photographs

San Luis Rey

Tribes settled in Cherokee Nation

Industrial Areas

Insects--folklore

Irish folk ballads

Iron age in America

Ivory

Jargon

Java

Israel

Kabyles

599 Keokuk

Kiowa

Kirgheses

Knife

Knots

Lacquer

Land of the Reindeer

Lapps

Lasso

Lariat

Law Review

Legends of Passamoquoddy

Legend-Missiaga

Libations

Loom-Carolinas

Madeira

Madstones

Magic

Marionettes and shadows

Marriage

Makah

Medicine

Mescal

Metallurgy-Sihkin

Metric

Mexican Indians

Mills

BOX 44

600 Mirrors--Japanese

Mission Indians

Mohave Indians

Mongols

Names

Nanticoke

Nez Perce

New Zealand

Nomenclature

Numerals

Osages

Otoe and Omaha

Pamunkey

Panama

Parsees

Patagonia

Pawnees

601 Penance

Pipes

Pioneers--southeast

Pit dwellings

Pen pits

Papuan art

Paiutes

Paint names

Pleiades

Poles

Pomo Indian Basketry

Portuguese in New England

Potlatch

Powder horns

Puberty

Pueblo

Punishment

Pygmies

602 Quiver--Humpa ceremonial

Rattan

Razor

Russia--Cossack fishermen

Sacs and Foxes

Sahe

Sacred Tree

Salutations

Santa Claus

Savage ornaments

Senegambia

Scalping

Sedan chairs

Seri Indians

Serpant symbolism

Shadow pictures

Shoes

Shoshonis

Signals

Sign language

Siletz

Siouan myths

Sioux

BOX 45

MISCELLANY

603 Aeronautics

Otis T. Mason to Augusta Post, 9/19/08 and Post to Mason, 9/12/08.

On aeronautical history.

Printed material.

Notes by Mason and Walter Hough.

604 Africa

Clippings.

Notes by Walter Hough.

605 Ainus

Romyn Hitchcock notes on exhibits.

Printed material and clippings.

606 Anthropology

Notes by Otis T. Mason.

Printed material.

607 Arabs

Printed material.

608, Archaeology

609

Printed material.

610 Architecture

Printed material.

611 Arms and Armor

Printed material.

613 Australia

Printed material.

BOX 45-A

614 Easter and Good Friday Customs

Gertrude B. Darwin to Otis T. Mason, 4/30/89, re egg rolling.

Clippings.

Notes.

615 Ethnology

Printed material.

616 Eskimos

Copy of July 1897 Eskimo Bulletin.

Other printed material.

617 Ethnological catalog

Largely lists specimens in William L. Abbott collection.

618 Finger print

Printed material.

619 Folklore

Notes on wedding superstitions by Walter Hough

Printed material.

620 Food

Note on specimen of cactus bud used as food by the Papago.

Printed material.

621 Games

Notes by Walter Hough.

Printed material.

622 Geronimo

Clippings.

623 Haida

Printed material.

624 Havasupai

Printed material, including clippings.

625 Headgear

Note on a specimen by Lucien M. Turner.

Printed material.

626 Illustrations

From BAE pubs.

627 India

Printed material.

BOX 45-B

628 Iroquois confederation.

Notes on specimens at Albany University.

Photographs of George W. Kellogg.

629 Japan

Printed material.

630 Klamath

Printed material.

631 Korea

Notes, some by Walter Hough and D.B. McCartee.

Clippings and other printed material.

Illustrations.

632 Language

Copy of Bureau of American Ethnology's "Alphabet to Accompany the Second Edition of the Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages"

Printed material.

633 Lenni Lenape (Delaware)

Clippings and other printed material.

634 Medicine, Indian

Printed material.

Note by Walter Hough.

635 Music

Note by Walter Hough.

Printed material.

636 Myths

Notes, some by Walter Hough and Otis T. Mason.

Printed material.

637 Narcotics

Printed material, including clippings.

638 New Guinea

Clippings.

639 Philippines

Printed material.

640 Pottery

Notes by Walter Hough.

Notes on specimens by Edward Palmer.

Photographs.

Printed material.

641 Religion

Notes by I.M. Casanowicz on the origin of religion.

Other notes.

Clippings.

642 Samoa

Drafts of catalog cards for specimens.

Clippings.

643 Seminoles

Letter , C.B. Cary, 5/1/97.

Printed material, including clippings.

644 Spain

Clippings

BOX 46

MISSIONS--CALIFORNIA (INDIANS AND CHURCHES)

645 Photographs of buildings, some by A.C. Vroman

Lists of specimens.

Clippings.

MISSIONS

646 Printed material.

Notes, some by I.M. Casanowicz.

MOCCASINS

647 Printed material.

MODOCS

648 Newsclippings re Modoc War.

MOLALAS

649 Typed note.

MONEY

650 Illustrations.

Clippings.

Note, Dec. 1954, re Biblical coins.

BOX 47

MOONEY, JAMES

651 Tags for model shields.

MOORE, CLARENCE B.

652 Letter to Otis T. Mason, 11/15/05, with bibliography of his work.

MOOREHEAD, WARREN K.

653 Bibliography.

MORSE, EDWARD

654 Letter, 11/21/04 with bibliography.

MUNSEE INDIANS

655 Typescript note.

MOROCCO

656 Clippings.

List and description of pottery specimens.

MUSEUMS--ARMY MEDICAL MUSEUM

657 Letters and references to artifacts and specimens, some with reference to transmittal to the Smithsonian, 1868-88.

Printed material.

MUSEUMS--ENGLAND, LEEDS CITY MUSEUM

658 Printed material.

MUSEUMS--ETHNOLOGICAL

659 Notes by Walter Hough and Otis T. Mason.

Printed material.

MUSEUMS--S.B. GOOD

660 Clippings.

MUSEUMS--PERIODICALS, ETC.

661 Printed material.

MUSEUMS--DIRECTORY OF MUSEUMS AND MUSEUM WORKERS

662 Forms distributed by the American Association of Museums.

MUSEUMS--COLLECTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF MATERIAL

663 O.T. Mason "Ethnological Direction relative to Indian Tribes of the United Sates," 1875.

Other printed material.

MUSEUM NEWS

665 Printed material.

BOX 48

MUSEUMS--INSTALLATIONS AND SCENARIO

666 Cursory notes by Hough and Mason for exhibits apparently both in the United States National Museum and at Expositions.

Copy of a sketch by (?) F.W. Putnam.

Sketches, many by William H. Holmes.

Letter, G.T. Emmons to Holmes, January 8, 1902, re blanket frame of unnamed tribe.

Notes by Holmes.

Printed illustrations.

MUSEUMS--LIGHTING

667 Thomas Wilson, "Archeological Museums. Modes of Lighting--Effect of Glass upon lighting. Paper read before Mid-Winter meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, December 1898.

Notes by Wilson.

Portions of a manuscript on lighting and another on museums, apparently by Wilson.

MUSEUMS--MISCELLANY

668 Printed material.

MUSEUMS--MISCELLANY

669 Printed material.

Theodore T. Belott to Holmes, 1/7/10 re case for exhibiting large furniture.

MUSEUMS--PENNSYLVANIA AND OHIO

670 Printed material.

MUSEUMS--THOMAS WILSON MATERIAL

671 "Museums"

Printed material.

Clippings.

Note on the ideal museum building.

BOX 49

MUSIC--CORRESPONDENCE OF E.H. HAWLEY

672- Outgoing letters, 1884-1917

675 The letters until 1898 concern Hawley's work as preparator for anthropology, including some material on musical instruments but much on many other subjects. Some of it is administrative in nature; much consists of inquiries concerning the description and preservation of artifacts. The letters from 1900 on largely concern musical instruments.

676 Incoming letters, A through L

Correspondents include S.A. Barrett, L.E. Dodd, Link Fuller, M.S. Gatuellas, Hiram M. Hiller, Walter Lehman, and H. Liggert. Some reference inquiries; some concern description of specimens and the classification of musical instruments.

677 Incoming letters, M through R.

Correspondents include Victor Mahillon, Otis T. Mason, Fannie Morris, A.P. Oppe, and W.W. Rockhill.

678 Incoming letters, S. through W.

Correspondents include Philip L. Schenk, A.T. Sinclair, Walter F. Smith, Albert A. Stanley, Hugo Worch, and United States National Museum personnel (S.R. Koehler, R. I. Geare, Frederick W. Hodge).

BOX 50

679 Informational letters, S. through W.

Includes letters of Carl Sapper, William T. Brigham, A.T. Sinclair, Dean C. Worcester, M.S. Gatuellas, and Frances Densmore. Densmore item concerns the Dakota elk whistle.

MUSIC

680 Copies of publications by E.H. Hawley.

Letters of James Croggon re song "My Blackbird"

  1. Miscellaneous clippings and articles.

BOX 51

MUSIC

682 List of instruments in the United States National Museum collection and exhibits.

Catalog descriptions of specimens.

List of violin and other instrument makers, with location of birth, date, source of information, and remarks.

683-5 Catalog descriptions of specimens.

BOX 52

MUSIC

685a Catalog descriptions of specimens.

List of donors to United States National Museum collection.

List of piano makers.

686 Catalog descriptions of specimens.

Lists.

Copy of manuscript by A.E. Jenks on musical instruments in the Philippines.

687 Catalog descriptions of specimens.

Notes.

688 Catalog descriptions of specimens.

Lists.

Bibliographic data.

BOX 53

MUSIC

689 List showing storage locations of specimens.

Notes.

Catalog descriptions of specimens.

Fred P. Downing to W. de C. Ravenal re cymbals.

690 Notes, some by Otis T. Mason and E.H. Hawley.

Notes on the classification of musical instruments.

Sketches of instruments.

Edward A. Ford to Miss Morris, 9/17/10 re West African instruments.

Lists of instruments in the United States National Museum collections.

Lists showing storage of instruments.

691 Catalog descriptions of specimens many re Foreign Exhibition, Boston, 1883/84.

Notes (many to do with graphic arts)

692 Notes by Thomas Wilson, E.H. Hawley, on bagpipe by A.T. Sinclair.

Report of trip to Europe, 1900, by Hawley.

Letters to Holmes, 1/00, re collection in the United States National Museum.

BOX 54

693 E.H. Hawley, notes and manuscript re classification of musical instruments.

"Theory of the Manner in Which the Sounds of the Organ Pipes and all Classes of Reed Wind Musical Instruments are Produced"

"Theory of Sound Production in Wind Instruments"

694 Classification of musical instruments.

"List of the Different Classes With their Abbreviated Symbols and Examples of Each"

695 E.H. Hawley, "Scientific Classification of Musical Instruments" and related material.

Notes.

Lists of instruments.

696 Notes, some by Otis T. Mason

Charts on the classification of instruments.

Lists of instruments by classes.

BOX 55

NOTEBOOK--MUSIC

697 Classification of Musical Instruments in the United States National Museum by E.H. Hawley.

BOXES 56-57

MUSIC (3 boxes)

698 Description of specimens within framework of Hawley's classification.

BOX 58

699 Printed material--methods books for several different instruments.

700 Opera libretti and stories.

BOX 59

701 Facsimiles of pages of Koto music.

702 Printed music.

703 Manuscripts (appear to be copies) of music.

704 R.A. Smith, "The Scottish Minstrel: A Selection from the Vocal Melodies of Scotland Ancient and Modern, Arranged for the Piano Forte" (four printed volumes)

  1. Printed music, mostly European (fragments)

BOX 60

MUSIC

706-7 Printed music, mostly European.

BOX 61

MUSIC

Drafts for United States National Museum Bulletin 136, pp 1-164, "Handbook of the Collection of Musical Instruments in the United States National Museum." (disorganized)

BOX 62

MUSIC-MISCELLANEOUS MANUSCRIPTS

708 "Catalogue of Musical instruments" (illustrated)

Despatch from B. Heler, American Vice Consul, Dresden, "The German Musical Instrument Industry in 1936"

Translation of F.A. Geissler, "Musical Questions of the Time: the Longing for the Quarter Tones"

Translation of Juozas Zilevicius, "Native Lithuanian Musical Instruments" with photographs of Lithuanian instruments and players.

Alban Voigt, "The Roman Titius"

MUSIC--MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL

709 Letters, Franz Boas to Otis T. Mason, 3/24/90 re a rattle from British Columbia with copies of illustrations.

Drawings and photographs.

Letter, M.H. Saville to Thomas Wilson, n.d., with sketch of Mexican calendar wheel.

Letters, H. Holder to Wilson, 4/15/96, re two instruments he collected.

Letter C.K Wead to Wilson, 5/31/98 re articles he was preparing.

E.P Herendun, note on Eskimo musical instruments.

Letter from Graham Glen, 1/2/12, re stock and horn, with illustration.

Harold Spivacke to Kreiger, 5/28/41, re lecture by William Fenton on Iroquois Music.

F.M.Setzler to Fred Holt, 6/13/48, in answer to reference inquiry.

710 Unidentified notes.

711 Printed articles and books.

BOX 63

MUSIC

712 Printed patent office specifications, 1870s-early 20th century.

MUSIC--PHOTOGRAPHS

713 Stereograph of Murrary organ.

Apparatus for photographing sound waves, Case School of Applied Science.

Street Musicians in Puerto Rico collected by Paul Beckwith.

MUTILATIONS

714 Illustrations.

Notes by Walter Hough.

Drawings for 9th Ethnological Annual article by John Murdock.

Clippings.

Letters, Charles C. Willoughly to Otis T. Mason, 4/18/04, re tooth blackening in Mala.

Letter, J.F. Llewelyn to Mason, re tooth blackening.

Photographs of shrunken heads and tattooed man.

Bibliographic references.

715 Outline of mutilations.

Notes.

Illustrations.

Clippings.

Walter Hough, "Ceremonial and Other Practices on the Human Body Among the Indians"

Photographs of tattooed man.

Abstract of Hough's paper on Savage Mutilation for Decoration, 3/16/14.

Notes for a slide presentation.

MUTILATIONS, ORNAMENTS

716 Clipping and printed article.

Abstract of paper on "Savage mutilations for Decoration"

Walter Hough, "The Story of Personal Adornment" (slide lecture)

Notes by Hough.

BOX 64

NARCOTICS-PEYOTE

717 Clippings.

NARRAGANSETT INDIANS

718 Clippings.

NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE

719 Copies and clippings, 1922-35.

NAVAHOS

720 John J. K. Patrick to charles Rau, 11/7/1870, re warriors cap taken in May 1848, from "Huerro", with drawings.

Newsclippings.

Note, James Mooney to William H. Holmes, re evaluation of article and letter.

Letter, A.J. Newcomb to Mrs. Charles D. Walcott, re manufacture and gift of Yabachai blanket to United States National Museum and description of Yabachai sandpaintings and related materials for exhibit of sandpaintings.

NAVIGATION

721 Printed material.

NEGROES

722 Printed material.

NELSON, E.W.

723 "List of Ethnological Specimens Obtained in Alaska, with notes" (copy of original) --Moved to Ms 7107.

NEW JERSEY

724 Printed material.

NEW MEXICO

725 Printed material, including clippings.

NEWSCLIPPINGS

726 Miscellaneous subjects.

NEZ PERCE

727 Photograph of basketry and other specimens.

NIFFER MOUNDS

728 Printed material.

BOX 65

NOAH'S ARK

730 Letter, from Paul Haupt, 1/30 and 31/95 and 12/3/97 re model for United States National Museum, with notes, sketch, illustrations.

Printed material

NORTHWEST COAST INDIANS--CORRESPONDENCE

731 Copy, letter, Ernest P. Walker to Arthur Koehler, 11/3/43 re Chilkat blanket and Ethel Perkins to Ed L. Kethahn re same subject.

William L. Paul to Herbert Krieger, 9/8/26 re photograph of totem pole that disappeared in 1926.

A.R. Kelley to Krieger, 12/8/39, re preparations for statements for United States National Museum and National Park Service.

NORTHWEST COAST

732 Tintype of three Tulalip boys and their aunt.

Notes on houses by Herbert Krieger.

Painting of totem pole.

Photograph of boat, specimen 175613.

Drawing.

NORTHWEST COAST (oversize)

733 Newspaper from Port Townsend, Washington Territory, 1877.

NORTHWEST COAST

734 Printed and processed material.

735 Exhibit labels.

736 Notebook by Otis T. Mason.

Notebook, with printed material, largely illustrations from Niblack's The Coast Indians of Southern Alaska and Northern British Columbia.

NOYES DOLL COLLECTION

737 Krieger to Wetmore, 1/12/49 and 1/6/49 re collection.

NUBIA AND OCEANIA

738 Printed material.

ORIENTAL ART

739 Notes by Walter Hough.

OSCEOLA

740 Memorandum, Frank Setzler to T. Dale Stewart, 2/24/58, re location of death bust.

Typed excerpt from Thomas Donaldson's "George Catlin's Indian Gallery"

OSGOOD, CORNELIUS

741 Correspondence with Herbert Krieger, 1935, re photographs of specimens furnished him.

PAINTINGS-RESTORATION

742 Letters, memoranda re dealing with Gustav Helmich, 1924-38, and clippings.

PAKISTAN

743 Typescript copy of G.E.L. Carter, "A Short History of the Province of Sind," Karachi, 1916, with notes by G. Bunting, 1962.

PALMER COLLECTION

744 Typed list of Accession 17,111 and Accession 26,426, catalog #178,976.

Sample of paper made from Yucca filaments and straw at Golden, Colorado.

PANAMA

745 Extract from letter, H. Pittier to Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 9/18/11, re Santa Isabela and voyage along San Blas coast and San Blas Indians.

Notes on accession from Pittier.

R.O. Marsh, "The Marsh-Darien Expedition of 1924"

Notes on San Blas Indians in Herbert Krieger's hand.

Printed material.

List, "Ethnological Collection of the Marsh-Darien Expedition, San Blas, Chocoi, and Cuna Indians.

Processed item, "Scientific Aspects and Matters of Interest of the Tule People Concerning Which Further Investigation is Desired and Contemplated" by R. O. Marsh.

R.O. Marsh, "British Influence in and Control of the Future Industrial Development of Panama, with Special Reference to Rubber," May 1926.

Map of Panama Coast, annotated by R.O. Marsh.

Photostatic Copies of Tule writing, R. O. marsh, December, 1925.

Letter, Frances Densmore to Walter Hough, probably 1924 or 1925, re a Tule Flute.

Notes.

J.E. Graf to Matthew J. Connelly, 31/50, re a bell bought in St. Andres.

G.M. Wrigley to Herbert Krieger, 2/2/27, re "Culture of the People of Southeastern Panama Based on Specimens in the United States National Museum"

Despatch, Francis L. Spalding, Vice Consul, Panama, "The Province of Cocle, Panama," March 22, 1933.

R.O. Marsh, map of racial types in parts of Panama.

PAPERMAKING

746 Statement on papermaking in China, probably for popular distribution.

BOX 66

PARIS EXPOSITION, 1884, 1889

747 Copy of article, 1884 from Athenaeum.

Translation of ethnographic part of catalog for 1889 exposition and clipping from Athenaeum.

PAYNE ARCHEOLOGICAL COLLECTION

748 Memorandum on status, 3/25/35, by Friends of Payne Stone Age Collection

PEABODY MUSEUM

749 Processed bibliographies of holdings.

PEARY EXPEDITION

750 Material from Mrs. A.H. Vincent, including:

Drawings by an Eskimo woman who had never seen a pencil.

Notes and vocabulary by A.H. Vincent

Copies of documents re Peary-Cook controversy and newsclippings.

PENAFIELD, ANTONIO

751 Letter to Mason, 1/23/05, enclosing printed biography and bibliography.

PERSIA

752 Despatch from Vice Consul, Bushire, Persia, George Greeg Fuller, 8/6/24 "Christian Rock Tombs Discovered"

Printed material, including clippings.

PETROGLYPHS

753 Printed materials.

PEET, STEPHEN

754 Letter to Otis T. Mason, 1/19/05 and 2/09/05, re bibliography of his publications.

PETROLEUM

755 Printed material.

PHILIPPINES

756 Moros "book" (in manuscript), #257,705

757 Dean C. Worcester "Notes on the Philippines: Memoranda Relating to Negatives of Photographs Taken In the Islands" (photos not included)

758 Daniel Folkmar, "Some Philippine Physical Types," #367,904.

Abstract of same paper for Proceedings of the Anthropological Society of Washington.

Related notes, charts.

759 Photographs, mostly of prisoners Bilibid prison, making physical anthropological measurements, casts for Folkmar's study. Includes also mug shots for several tribes.

Drawings of noses for comparative purposes.

Other photographs, not identified.

760 Copy, S.S. Metcalf to Governor, Davao District, 4/2/10, re order for Bagobos to bring bamboo, with reply from governor denying the order.

Letter, Leonard Wood to Governor W. Cameron Forbes, introducing E.H. and S.S. Metcalf

(See also Photo Lot 107 for related Metcalf photos)

761 Clippings from published notes on Philippine tribes (on notecards)

(F. Blumentritt, "List of the Native Tribes of the Philippines and the Languages Spoken by them." SI Ann. Rep. 1899. p. 527-47.)

BOX 67

761A-762 Exhibit labels.

Original catalog of Frank Hilders' Pan American Exposition collection, 1901 (accession 39,609; cat. 216,476 ff)

BOXES 68-70

PHILIPPINES

763 Daniel Folkmar manuscript on his experiences on the Islands, ca. 1909-13 (several different drafts) 3 boxes.

BOX 71

764 Folkmar manuscript (last part)

Frederick L. Linton to Richard Rathbun, 10/13/04, reporting on Louisiana Purchase Exposition exhibits, with attachments concerning Philippines exhibit.

765 List of photographs by F.F. Hilder and list of Hilder collection as boxed up at Charleston, South Carolina, 1902.

BOX 71-A

766 Photographs showing Filipino writing (238,528)

Exhibit labels (313,993)

Jacob Kline, rules of maniala game.

Small book of Tagelog writing (cat. 377, 914)

767 Notebook, Otis T. Mason, "Materials for a Guide to Collections in the Philippine Islands, including:

Notes, illustrations, J. McK. Cattell to Mason, 6/7/00, stating he would try to help him while he (Woodruff was in the Philippines.

W.J. McGee to Mason, 7/3/00 re Philippine photographs and problems in ethnology and linguistics.

768 Notebook containing clippings and printed materials.

769 Notebook, including:

Charles E. Woodruff to Mason, 11/12/01, stating he would try to help him while he (Woodruff) was in the Phillippines.

A.D. Meyer to Mason, 7/7/00 re illustrations and publications concerning the Philippines.

Cyrus Adler, 87/00 and D.G. Brinton, 9/30/98, re publications on the Philippines.

C.W. Shoemaker to Mason, 2/14/05 re committee of National Academy of Science on scientific research in the Philippines.

Edgar H. Mearns to Mason, 3/6/07 re forwarding notebooks on Philippine material.

J.B. Sture to William H. Holmes, 4/2/02, re his work in the Philippines.

Dean C. Worcester, 6/18/02, with list of photographs.

Vocabulary of Lake Lanao Moro, with notes.

Other correspondence and notes.

770 Notebook

"Blumentritt Philippine Tribes" (notes)

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