Records of the Department of Anthropology
By James R. Glenn
SERIES 17: DIVISION OF ETHNOLOGY. MANUSCRIPT AND PAMPHLET FILE. 495 inches. Part 4. [Return to Part 3]
PHILLIPP, W. HALLETT
771 Notebook including:
Note on specimens from Potomac Valley, Samoa, Tahiti, Mexico.
Note on mat R.L. Stevenson was laid out on after he died.
Notes on "Details of Contents of Box from Tahiti, written by Tati Salmon, Chief of Para---(?), Tahiti.
772 Letters, script, notes, for exhibit ca. 1886, by E.H. Hawley.
773 Letter, A. Wetmore to Frank M. Setzler 10/27/39 re photos of "Barbados" (Barbudo?) Indians sent by Alexander Daveron, with prints.
Photo of Goajira Lake Dwelling of Senamaica (?), Maraccito, Venezuela, 1891. By R.M. Barthemark #153,021.
Photo, tracing of basketry specimens offered by Karl von den Striner (?)
Photo of Parinlinkin Muro-Praha, Rio Negro, British Guiana specimens.
Illustration canoe of the Jamamde Indians.
2 Photos, Carib exhibit, USNM (?)
Drawing of ax, from valley of Amazon, Gibbon, USN.
Misc. other photos, largely appear Latin American.
774 Copy of letter, A. Wetmore to Miss Ruth L. Shutt, re Indian dyes.
775 John Witthoft "Cherokee Pipes"
Note and label, re specimens from Army Med. Mus.
776 Letters to W.H. Holmes, 5/7/96, 6/30/96 and draft of Holmes to Pleyte 8/16/96.
Photos of specimens.
List of specimens.
POISONS, DARTS, ARROWS
777 L.W. Moxson to Thomas Wilson, 1/4/94, re cause of revolution of arrows.
George Williams on to Wilson, 7/25/92 re arrows he collected.
Thomas Wilson, "A History of Arrow Poison in Various Parts of the World," 1901.
M.B. Yuston to Smithsonian Institution, 11/18/15, re use of frogs for poison on headwaters of Atrato River.
Letters to Thomas Wilson re poisons:
From Edgar A. Mearns, 12/12/01, re Apache (negative reply to inquiry)
From _____Saville (American Museum of Natural History) 12/31/01 on Herrera.
From James M. Flint, 11/11/01, negative reply to inquiry.
From William J. McGee, 10/25/01 re Peru and Seri.
From Albert S. Gatschet, 10/7/01 re Baja California.
From George A. Dorsey, 10/12/01, re North American Indians (negative reply to inquiry) and visit by McCurdy.
From Franz Boas, 10/9/01, negative reply to inquiry.
From Washington Mathews, n.d., re Navaho and Zuni, negative reply to inquiry.
From Harlan I. Smith, 10/16/01, re Thompson Indians and news of American Museum of Natural History.
W.J. Hoffman, "Poisoned Weapons Used by the Indians of North and South America"
Notes, illustrations, printed material.
778 Louis W. Maxson to Thomas Wilson, 1/4/94 re experiments with arrow feathers.
Goe. Williamson to Wilson 7/25/92 describing specimens of arrow heads and other flint implements from De Soto Co. La.
Mrs. Wilson, "A History of Arrow Poison in Various Parts of the World."
M.B. Huston to SI, 11/18/15, re use of poisons from frogs near Atrato River headwaters.
"Details of Content of Box from Tahiti Written By Tati Salmon, Chief of Parpara, Tahiti"
Craig Maginnis, "The Ceremony of the Fai-Kava as Practised in the Tongan Island"
Craig Maginnis, "The Manufacture of Bark Cloth as Carried on in the Tongan Islands"
PUEBLOS--CORRESPONDENCE FROM JESSE W. FEWKES
780 Letters to Walter Hough, 1895-1903.
Many were written by Fewkes when he was doing fieldwork in the Southwest and includes references to his work there.
Mostly to Walter Hough from:
Eleanor Brodie Chester
P.G. Gates (1902-05, with references to Hoopes, Vroman, and Gates expeditions)
E.L. Hewett (to Commissioner, General Land Office, on antiquities act, shipment of specimens, ruins)
Walter Hough (including "Plan for the Organization of a Survey of the Peoples and Antiquities of the Pueblo Region" 1907)
Harold McL. Cobb
Sgt. Ed. S. Miller
Victor Mindeleff to William H. Holmes
William deC. Ravenal
Mary C.B. Watkins
Stephen B. Weeks
Isaac T. Whittemore to J.W. Powell
PUEBLO--NOTES AND NOTEBOOK
782 Notebooks of Walter Hough, 1901, 1896, 1899-1903, one undated.
Loose miscellaneous notes of Walter Hough.
List of Hopi Artifacts with Hopi names for them.
Partial list of artifacts, by Edward Palmer.
783 "Heavenly Women"
"Social Organization of the Tusayan Indians"
784 Printed illustrations, some from BAE reports.
Sketches of pottery designs in the United States National Museum Collection
785 Pottery designs.
786 Photo, interior of cliff dwelling eight miles west of Espanola, New Mexico, 1886.
Photograph of stone lions near Cochiti.
Photographs of pottery.
Photograph of ancient cloth from Grahm County, Arizona, by Katherine Tuttle.
Kate Cory's painting of Hopi Ceremony sayaluna.
The Mastop mask in the Field Museum.
787 Printed material, including newsclippings.
788 "Some Field Notes on the Cliff Dwellings and Petroglyphs of Colorado and Utah," 1907.
789 Sketch map by Walter Hough, Area southeast of Holbrook, Arizona, showing ruins.
Sketch map by Walter Hough, Area east of Hay Hollow, Mickey Hollow near Little Colorado River.
Ales Hrdlicka, "Arbeters used by the Zuni Women in Making Pottery" with Zuni words.
Sketch map by W.E. Guest, "Ancient Work in Augusta, C.W., 8/1/2 miles No. W. Prescott"
Map annotated to show ruins, Ochiltree County, Texas.
790 Answers to reference inquiries.
L. Maulliers, 6/9/99 re Congress of the History of Relgions, Paris
Letter, General Benjamin S. Roberts to his wife, 4/17/1868 re Navaho religion
Other letters of a rather general nature
791 RELIGION--ARABIC MANUSCRIPTS
Pages from Koran:
1. In Cufic, Egyptian Fatimid, 11th century
2. In Nasky, by Muhmud, son of Kasim-e; -Jani of Kerman, 1018 A. H.
3. In black Thuluth script, Egypt, 11-12th century
4. Parchment, 8-9th century, Egypt
5. Turkish Neskhi, 17th century
Moro-Arabic manuscript fragment
794 RELIGION--MANUSCRIPT AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
"Objects of Religious Ceremonial of Shinto" (part of larger manuscript not here) by I. M. Casanowicz
"Sacrifice as a Means of Communion and Atonement with the Deity in Non-Christian Religions," by Casanowicz
"Coins of the Bible" with list of specimens
"Voodoo Religion", a bibliography
795 RELIGION--PHOTOGRAPHS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
Drawing of a cross excavated January, 1849, purportedly found in ruins of Ninevah and dated 670 B. C.
Photography of red sandstone Indian idol from the Mopani, Central Provinces, acc 5012
On Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Zoroastrianism, and Shinto, by I. M. Casanowicz, Walter Hough
List of photographs and illustrations
798 RELIGION--NESTORIAN MOVEMENT
Printed material--rubbings of inscriptions Acc 49.501
799-810 RELIGION--PRINTED MATERIAL (12 folders)
Includes special folders on the races of man, the history of religions, agnoticism and atheism, rare bibles and books, theosophical society. Other concern miscellaneous subjects.
Exhibit labels and drafts
Letters, affidavit, clippings, notes re Hoop snake
813 REYNOLDS, HARRY
Clipping of obituary
Notes of Casanowicz
815 RHODES, MARY C.
Letter, 1933, re San Blas baby's dress
List of specimens given to the museum
817 SAFFORD, W. E.
List of Peruvian objects purchased from him
"History of Tanoa"
List of specimens
819-20 SCIENCE NEW BULLETINS (2 folders)
Miscellaneous source, ca. 1928-35
Notes on Assiniboine scalplock from C. A. Wooden
822 SCRIPTURE, EDWARD WHEELER
823 SCROLL (DESIGN)
Notes by William H. Holmes, including "The Water Symbol and its Place in Art"
Photographs of vessels
Women stripping devils claws
Anthony Breath to "Jim", 10/29/1849 re a meeting with Billy Bowlegs and other Seminoles and Mikasukis (concerns cat. 380,668)
Bibliography on Seminole Indians for popular distribution
John A. Pope to Waldo Schmitt, 8/12/1943 re Japanese sharkskin scabbards and sword hilts, with accompany material re cat. 283,960
Catalog description of artifacts with introductory notes on Coccus lacca
George Hunt to Herbert W. Krieger, 1/6/41 re his information to Krieger on Kiowa shields and references to demonstrations of sign language for J. P. Harrington
Notes on artifacts, some in Casanowicz's hand
From Map 11, Peoples of eastern Siberia in Johann Eberhard Fischer's Sibirskaia istoriia, 1774. Negative 41, 895.
Bibliography and notes for popular distribution
Thomas W. Keams to Spencer Baird, 9/13/84; to Holmes, 11/17/84; to Holmes, 11/28/84 and to Holmes, 12/3/84,
re donation to museum and use of collection in New Orleans Exposition. Nothing on silverwork
Cosmos Mindelff to Otis T. Mason, 10/16/86 re information on articles he sent museum
834 SITTING BULL
G. M. Finotti to N. Appleton, 10/4/83; 10/8/87; 2/2/84; 1/18/84, one enclosing autograph of Sitting Bull, with statement in Lakota
835 SKIN PAINTING
"Explanation of illustration on Black Steer Robe, as related by "Sharp," a Piegan Indian who painted it in the Spring of 1892," by Z. T. Daniel. #165,449.
836 SLEDS AND TOBAGGANS
Two small drawings
O. T. Mason to Mrs. Abbott, 12/10/02
Alexander Wetmore to Krieger, 11/13/43 re acceptance of Graham Kerr's donation of Spanish chert.
Life article on Smithsonian, September, 1953
Statement on the Institution by Walter Hough
839-43 SMITHSONIAN (5 folders)
Copies of Smithsonian Local News (inhouse papers) 1924-33
844 SMITHSONIAN CENTENNIEL EXHIBIT
Memoranda, recommendations, sketches, etc. Material of Herbert W. Krieger and Julian Stewart
Photographs and drawings
846 SOUTH AMERICA
Photograph of Jamomadi Indians (retouched)
"Quichua maize words" probably by Orator Fullerton Cook
847 SOUTH AMERICA
Includes Mexican and Central American artifacts (including series of Carnegie Institution negatives)
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cosgrove, "Preliminary Survey of the El Paso Pueblo District," El Paso Archeological Society, April 1925
Plan of article on food supply by Walter Hough
849 SOUTHWEST -- LETTERS
Mostly letters to Hough
From W. J. Andrews, 4/8/08 re a collection
From W. M. Borrowdale, 10/16/06 re a shipment
From Kate T. Cory, 8/22/09 re Hopi "decharming" of a house struck by lightening and 6/3/09 re request for a publication
From Frederick W. Coville to L. H. Dewey, 4/9/04 transmitting prehistoric cotton seed and acknowledgement to Walter Hough for sending seed
From Barkford Dean, 1/30/14 advising where to obtain a certain cloth
George A. Dorsey to Otis T. Mason, 2/4/01 re Peruvian engineering
From P. G. Gates, 7/9/07 and 10/24/05 re affairs connected with his expeditions
From A. J. Connell to Neil M. Judd, 11/30/12 re mummy found in Gila Cliff dwelling
Walter Hough to Agent, AT&SF Railroad, n.d., re shipment
Walter Hough to M. C. Stevenson, 9/10/09 re analysis of cord and analysis of dyes
Walter Hough to Richard Rathbun 11/21/05 giving report of Museum-Gates Expedition of 1905
Walter Hough to J. E. Thompson, 6/14/06 requesting loan of birdlike wooden object
Walter Hough to William H. Holmes, 7/4/01 reporting on Museum Gates Expedition
Walter Hough to Dr. Grand, 10/1/90 re Egyptian lamps
From Clement Hightower 7/13/03 re ruins in Tularoso County and Socorro County
Frederick W. Hodge to Hough, n.d. with bibliographic reference
Walter Hough, part of report to museum, n.d.
From Charles F. Lummis, 3/6/05 asking him to join Southwest Society of Archaeological Institute of America
From F. H. Manter, 12/21/05 re "Curious Etc.--Washington, C. to Ft. Bliss, Texas"
From Ed. S. Miller, 6/7/06 re Apache ruins
From N. H. Harbough 7/6/06 re ruins 35 miles north of Benson, Arizona
From Richard Rathbun, 5/7/01, re permit to visit Arizona and New Mexico Indian reservations
From J. Frank Raynes, 3/10/05 forwarding copy of letter of G. C. Robins 2/7/05 re ruins around Gallina, New Mexico
From M. C. Stevenson, 1/9/07 re work and problems in the Southwest
To A. H. Ketchem 12/26/08 acknowledging receipt of three photographs of Mesa Verde (attached)
To W. M. Ferris, 1/5/09, acknowledging a photograph of ruins on Rio Chico near Madera, Chihuahua (attached)
Victor Mindeleff, "Origin of Pueblo Architecture"
Walter Hough, "The Old Capital of the Southwest [Sante Fe]
Hough, plan for article on food supply of the ancient Hopi of Homolobi
"Bird Carvings of Effigies" (fragment)
Walter Fewkes and Walter Hough, "Ruins in Gila Valley : Solomonsville", 1897
Otis T. Mason, untitled article on pueblos
Walter Hough to Otis T. Mason 7/6/97 on work at Kintiel
Walter Hough, article on the pueblos
Typed list of items in Stevenson collections
List of artifacts in collection of the United States National Museum
List of Gates' share of artifacts collected on the Museum-Gates Expedition, 1901
List of miscellaneous collections from the Pueblo region, Arizona, and New Mexico transferred from the Division of Prehistoric Archeology to the Division of Ethnology, September 1904
Cosmos Mindeleff, Collection from the Ruins of Casa Grande, Arizona
John Wesley Powell, Stone objects from Moqui Pueblo, Northwestern Arizona
Henry Hales, Collection from Ruined Pueblo, Tule Rosa Canon, New Mexico
Edgar A. Mearnes, "Stone Implements etc. found near Cave Dwellings near Carmel Mt. 26 miles west of El Paso, New Mexico on the Mexican Boundary Line
John G. Bourke
Edward Palmer, Objects from Adobe Ruins, 2 1/2 miles northwest of Mesa City, Maricopa county, Arizona
E. W. Nelson, Objects from Ruined Pueblos on the headwaters of the San Francisco River, New Mexico (2 lists)
J. H. Carlton
Edward Palmer, Objects from ruins of a stone Pueblo on the Rio Verde about 60 miles northwest of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona
E. W. Nelson, Objects from a cave 25 miles west of Sprinerville, Arizona
Henry and J. W, Metcalfe, Objects from a cave near Silver City, New Mexico south of Gila River
H. H. Rushy, Objects from cave near Silver City, New Mexico
854 SOUTHWEST -- ILLUSTRATIONS
Sketches of objects from Silver City, New Mexico
_______of Demarest specimens, Spur Ranch specimens
_______of rattle of Rain Priest of Nadir, Zuni
Victor Mindeleff, Zuni silversmith shop interior and burial custom of canon cliff dwellers (note by James Stevenson)
W. H. Jackson (?), interior of pueblo
855 SOUTHWEST -- ILLUSTRATIONS
Ruined tower 10 miles west of Wingate, New Mexico by A. L. Webster, 11/29/82
856 SOUTHWEST -- MAPS
Sketch map of area north of Clifton
Sketch elevation of Hopi Mesas and painted desert
Sketch map of area near Rice School
Sketch map, Pima to Box Canyon and Olney Ranch
Sketch map, Tonto basin
Sketch map, Los Pinos
Sketch plan, ruins near Luna, New Mexico
Sketch plans, ruins near Rita Blanca
Sketch map, area south of Zuni
House and village plan at "4 mile" near Taylor, Arizona
Specimen 246,53 from Tularosa Cove
Gates specimens, with Gates numbers
Head of mummy from Peru collected by Hrdlicka
858 SOUTHWEST -- PHOTOGRAPHS
Mummies, received from Cushing
Jackson photography of Walpi
Photo of ruins
Ancient pottery of Pueblos
[Mostly by Walter Hough]
860 SOUTHWEST NOTES (CONT'D)
[Mostly by Walter Hough]
861-3 SOUTHWEST --PRINTED MATERIAL (3 folders)
864 SOVIET PEOPLES
State Department Despatch, S. Evgenev, June 11, 1934, "New Alphabet of the Baubi (Tsova-Tushi) Tribe
State Department Despatch, S. Evgenev, 5/11/34, "New Udi Alphabet"
865 STEVENSON, M. C.
Catalog of estate, January, 1917, with obituary
866 STONE WORKING
Letter, Eugen H. Blum to Frank Setzler, 11/1/58
Note for public distribution
868 SWANTON, J. R.
Biographical sketch and photograph as young man
Janvier L. Mahell, "Ianeg and Kalinga Bark Cloth in the Collection of the University Museum" (paper for class, 4/90/60--Xerox copy)
Photographs of specimens
"The Tuna Blanket," note on specimen from Honduras
Transmittal letters for manuscript of Craig Maginnis, rejected for publication, 1910
C. Maginnis manuscripts, "The Manufacture of Bark-Cloth as Carried on in the Tongan Island"; "The Cermony of the Fai-Kava as Practiced on the Tongan Islands"
Notes by Walter Hough, with samples of cloth
Bibliography for public distribution
Classification of Tasmanian stone implements
873 TATOOING AND ADORNMENT
Notes by Otis T. Mason and Walter Hough
Photographs of Johnnie Kit Elswa (Haida) by Charles Niblack
874 TEETH--CEREMONIAL AND DECORATIVE MUTILATION
Note for popular distribution
T. Dale Stewart to Eva Louis Statler, 5/6/59, identifying specimens
Lists of specimens of Salish, Han-Kutchin, Yukon and Mackinzie River Valley Athapascans
Textile Museum workshop notes
Abbot Low Moffat to Herbert Krieger, 9/19/57, with attached list of Mangkut's Queens' and children
Note on 1867 gifts of king to the Smithsonian, acc. 5318, cat. 27205-20
879 THROWING STICKS
Printed illustrations and map showing distribution
Photographs of monks embroidering
881 TIDEWATER INDIANS
Letter, Martha A. Quigg to Herbert Krieger, 12/24/41, re ancient "finds" etc. copied from an old geography
Sketches of artifacts
Notes by Krieger, Walter Hough
John A. Sachse to Hough, 2/5/32 re man working on old oyster bed
Christopher Wren to J. D. McGuire, 9/30/04 re an archeological site in Virginia
C. B. McVay, Jr. to Krieger, 11/20/31 re the name Wicomico
E. B. Taylor to John Wesley Powell, 8/23/88 re Powhatan's mantle (with photograph acquired in 1934)
Letters of Hough, Ravena, William Henry Holmes, 1906, re Jamestown Exposition, with drawings and descriptions of costumes.
883 TIDEWATER INDIANS
Chart of D. C. population. 1880 and n. d.
884 TIERRA DE FUEGO
Bibliography for popular distribution
885 TOLOWA INDIANS
Statement for popular distribution
Notes or draft by William H. Holmes
888 TOOKER, W. W.
889 TRADE AND COMMERCE
Office of Indian Affairs, 8/11/33, "List of Licensed Indian Traders Shown by States" (processed)
"Inscription over Pavillion, Union Station, Washington, D. C., Selected by President Eliot of Harvard University." (processed)
891 TRAPS AND TRAPPING
Letter A. Cohn to Otis T. Mason, 6/9/02 re material used by Washo for nets and handles of water jugs and transmitting specimen of net
Drawings of traps (some by W. L. Abbott of Dyak trap)
892 TREATIES, INDIAN
Herbert Krieger to Miss Weiss, 6/26/53 re documents of Michael Zemany, Jr.
Notes, all with endorsements of Army Medical Museum, 1860s and 70s
"The Land God Made Himself"
896 UTAH--GEORGE H. PEPPER COLLECTION
Letter, Pepper to Otis T. Mason 9/12/03
State Department Despatch, H. M. Volcott, American Consul, 9/14/28, "German Colonization in Venezuela"
898 WARD, LESTER F.
899 WARD, FANNIE B.
Schedule of property
Notes, probably by Walter Hough
901 WASHINGTON, D. C.--HISTORIC HOUSES
"Key to Autobiography of Chief Washakie"
903 WEAPONS ((5 folders)
Otis T. Mason and Walter Hough
905 Printed material
906 Photographs, largely of armor
907 WEAPONS (CONT'D)
Photograph of Pomo basket in C. P. Wilcombe collection
List, "Navajo Blankets Belonging to Dr. Matthews Collected in 1880-1884"
909 WECKLER, JOSEPH E.
Letter, Harriet M. Smith to Joseph E. Weckler, Assistant Curator, ethnology
Copies of Life Magazine and copy of April 23, 1959 Cody Enterprise
Saba--note for popular distribution
912 WEST VIRGINIA
Bibliography for popular distribution
913 WESTERN ART
914 WEIGHTS AND MEASUREMENTS
Data for reply to inquiry by Herbert W. Krieger, 2/1/40
915 WHALING COLLECTION
"List of drugs and medicines taken from an exhibit of containers--for some-- exhibited originally at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition, 1876."
916 WILLIAMS, TALCOTT
To Secretary of Smithsonian, report, 7/7/90
To S. P. Langley, 7/8/90 and 7/28/90, re his trip to Washington to unpack specimens
To G. B. Goode, 7/25/90, transmitting artifacts
To G. B. Goode, 7/3/91, re purchase of artifacts belonging to William Reed Lewis
To Otis T. Mason, 7/6/92 and 7/13/92, re shipment of material to him
From E. Y. Hawley, 3/22/93, re photographs requested
From F. W. True, 5/5/93, re botantical specimens requested
From William H. Holmes, 6/24/11, enclosing Walter Hough to Holmes re work Williams wanted to do on manuscripts and collections with related material.
Elizabeth Dunbar to Hough, 6/30/34, re her work on Williams and distribution of Williams' papers
917 "Archeological Notes in Morocco"
918 "Costumes in North Africa"
920 "Geographical and Geological Notes"
921 "Introduction to Vocabularies," with word list
922 "Marriage, Birth, and Burial Customs in Morocco"
923 "Mohammedaniam in Morocco"
Notes and lists of specimens
924 "Fez Pottery"
"List of articles procured for the United States National Museum in North Morocco, April, May, and June, 1889"
"Musical instruments collected by Talcott Williams"
"Aoeesawa Snake-charmer's Kit"
"Costume of a Fez Woman of Quality, Indoor and Outdoor"
"Geballi Woman's Costume"
"Illustrating the Use of the Ground Palm"
"Illustrating Artificial Light"
"Preparation of Food"
"Utensils and Implements"
"Weights and Measurements"
"Geballi Costume of North Morocco"
"Costume of Coast Peasant Woman"
925 Musical Transcriptions
926 Miscellaneous Notes
Printed item annotated to show Williams' travels in 1890.
WILLIAMS, TALCOTT (CONT'D)
928 Notebook to record photographs
Photographs arranged by following subjects:
936 Snake Charmers
937 Trade, Agriculture, burden bearing, implements
938 WILCOX, GENERAL T. E.
List of Specimens Presented by Gen. T. E. Wilcox, U. S. Army Medical Museum.
939 WILLIS, E. B.
Clippings, printed material, etc. re Moroccan industries
Report on Moroccan crafts, April 8, 1957.
940 WINCHELL, N. H.
Bibliography of work between 1869 and 1904
941 WILSON, THOMAS
From James Mooney, 6/28/96, forwarding material on Indian agriculture
From R. Steiner, 3/2/96, re prehistoric agriculture in South mentioned in Bartam's Travels
From A. J. Standing, 3/21/96, re agriculture on the Plains, especially mentioning the Wichitas, Caddos, Comanches, Kiowas, and Apaches
WILSON, THOMAS (CONT'D)
From A. J. Standing, 4/7/96, following up the above letter
From E. Lewis Sturtevant, 9/24/96, 11/1/95, re prehistoric corn
From William Hayes Ward, 11/8/98, re Middle Eastern plows
From James Wilson, 11/16/99 and 11/23/99 re publication of Wilson material.
942 Notes and Manuscript
Re Poisoned arrow points
Re early man in America, with illustration
944-5 Notes and Manuscript (2 folders)
Re prehistoric agriculture
945 a. "The Calaveras Skull"
b. "The Antiquity of Man in Its Relation to the Peopling of America"
c. Copy, letter, A. F. White to Wilson, May 17, 1892, and Wilson to White, February 2-, 1893, re attached manuscript, White, "Calaveras Skull"
d. "Amulets, Charms, Talesmans, and Divinities"
e. Casanowicz notes on amulets, with manuscript "Jewish Amulets in the National Museum"
f. "Art in Prehistoric Times," with drawings of bracelets and Rings, Musee prehistorique Art" etc. etc. etc. and list of slides of Wilson lectrue on prehistoric art
g. Zelia Nuttall, biographical sketch, printed material, letters from W. H. Holmes to Nuttal and Nuttal to Holmes, 1917-20; photograph of bust of Marco Tullio Cicerone, R. Galleria Uffizi, Florence
h. Walter Hough, "The Distribution of Gray Pottery in the Pueblo Region"
i. "Similarity of thought Not Necessarily Evidence of Similarity in Culture," Meeting of Section H, AAAS, New Haven, Conn, Dec. 27, 1899
j. Bibliography of Smithsonian anthropologists, 1892?
k. Manuscript on "some of the curisoties of the animal instinct of perpetuation of species, which is the foundation of marriage"
l. Notes and clippings on marriage customs
m. E. Schmidt, "The Mound Builders and their Relation to Indians"
n. "Man and His Wanderings"
"Memorandum for an address on 'Prehistoric Farming and Farming Implements' to be delivered before the club at Manassas in August, 1885"
947 Miscellaneous notes
Re prehistoric agriculture
948 Photographs and illustrations
949 WOMEN - Letters to Otis T. Mason
From Roland B. Dixon, 11/23/07, re Maidu netted caps
From George A. Dorsey, 6/14/07, re religious practices of Indian women and prints of women engaged in various occupations
From Constance Goddard DuBois, 11/9/?, re work among the Liusenos and Dieguenos
From Pliny E. Goddard, 12/21/06, Hupa skin dressing and women
From G. B. Gordon, 11/1/07, 2/10/08, 3/13/08 seeking permission to use photographs of Eskimo women
From Walter Hough, ca. 5/07 and 7/22/07 re work on manuscript on women
From A. L. Kroeber, 10/15/06, re differences between men's and women's languages.
From T. Landsbert, ca. 3/07, re photographs sent
From E. W. Nelson, 9/28/06, re lack of material on Eskimo women
From N. W. Thomas, several letters and card 1906-07, re work on portion of volume on women
From Richard Rathbun, 9/20/06, re work on volume in connection with N. W. Thomas
From R. S. Shckelford, 1907, letters re photographs
From C. B. Waite, 7/15/07 and 12/2/9/07, re use of photographs
Letters of O. T. Mason, 1907-08 to William H. Holmes, Walter Hough, Richard Rathbun, and Northcote W. Thomas
950 WOMEN -- MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL
Notes on Walter Hough and Otis T. Mason
Letter, W. E. DeRiemer to Hough, 7/15/07, re Jamestown Ter-Centenniel Exposition
Subject list of photographs sold by C. C. Perce and Company
Photograph and drawing
Copy of Minnie F. Reynolds, "Women as Inventors," Interurban Woman Suffrage Series No. 6, 1908.
951-2 WOMEN -- NOTEBOOKS (2)
Notes by Otis T. Mason
J. F. Snyder to Mason, 9/13/92 re work of Indian women, especially their part in Shoshoni canoe making
Bertha Honore Malmer to Mason, 3/29/93, offering help with his work
J. W. Fewkes to Mason, 11/11/94, re criticisms of "Woman's Share in Primitive Cultures
Blank forms: Time sheets and form for Index of American Design
Completed time sheets and administrative memoranda and letters, 1933-40
955 WRIGHT, GEORGE FREDERICK
"Future of the YMCA"
Typed note for popular distribution
Notes by I. M. Casanowicz
Note for distribution
Draft labels by Frank H. Cushing
Notes by Walter Hough
"Articles Used by Zuni Women in Making Pottery," Ales Hrdlicka, with Zuni word and English notes.