Register to the Records of the Bureau of American Ethnology

Catherine O’Sullivan December 2007

National Anthropological Archives Smithsonian Institution

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CONTENTS

ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY .................................................................................................................4 SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE ................................................................................................................7 RESTRICTIONS .........................................................................................................................................8 EXTENT ......................................................................................................................................................8 PROVENANCE ...........................................................................................................................................8 PROCESSING NOTE .................................................................................................................................8 RELATED ARCHIVAL COLLECTIONS .................................................................................................9 SERIES DESCRIPTIONS AND CONTAINER LIST ..............................................................................11 SERIES I: CORRESPONDENCE, 1897-1965.......................................................................................11 SUBSERIES: INDICES AND REGISTERS TO LETTERS SENT AND RECEIVED.....................14 SUBSERIES: LETTERBOOKS ..........................................................................................................15 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED 1878 .......................................................................................22 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED 1879-1887 ..............................................................................22 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED 1888-1906 ..............................................................................36 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED 1907 .......................................................................................57 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED 1908 .......................................................................................62 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED 1909-1949 ..............................................................................66 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED 1950-1964 ............................................................................100 SUBSERIES: LETTERS SENT, PHOTOCOPIES AND TRANSCRIPTS 1879-1902 ...................103 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED, PHOTOCOPIES AND TRANSCRIPTS 1879-1902..........104 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED, TEMPORARY CORRESPONDENCE 1949-1965 ...........104 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED, S.F. BAIRD 1879-1887 ......................................................105 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED, FRANZ BOAS 1889-1909 .................................................105 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED, MATILDA COXE STEVENSON 1890-1918 ...................106 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 1889-1907 ....................107 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED, MATTHEW W. STIRLING 1925-1950.............................108 SUBSERIES, LETTERS RECEIVED, US GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 1888-1908 ...................109 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED, US GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 1909-1950 ...................110 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED, US NATIONAL MUSEUM SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 1889-1909 ................................................................................................................110 SUBSERIES: LETTERS RECEIVED, CHARLES D. WALCOTT 1907-1909 ..............................111 SERIES II: COOPERATIVE ETHNOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS, 1928-1935 .........................111 SERIES III: MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATIVE FILES, 1929-1946.......................................112 SERIES IV: MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATIVE FILES, 1949-1965 ......................................113 SERIES V: RECORDS CONCERNING THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINT COLLECTION, 1899-1919 .............................................................................................................................................115 SERIES VI: RECORDS CONCERNING EMPLOYEES....................................................................116 SERIES VII: FISCAL RECORDS, 1901-1902 AND 1945-1968 ........................................................117 SERIES VIII: RECORDS RELATING TO THE 1903 INVESTIGATION OF THE BAE ................118 SUBSERIES: CORRESPONDENCE ...............................................................................................119 SUBSERIES: COMMITTEE REPORT ............................................................................................119 SUBSERIES: MISCELLANY ..........................................................................................................120 SUBSERIES: TESTIMONY .............................................................................................................120

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SERIES IX: PROPERTY RECORDS AND REQUISITIONS ...........................................................121 SERIES X: CLIPPINGS .......................................................................................................................123 SUBSERIES: UNMOUNTED ..........................................................................................................123 SUBSERIES: MOUNTED ................................................................................................................124 SUBSERIES: SCRAPBOOKS ..........................................................................................................125 SERIES XI: PUBLICATIONS .............................................................................................................126 SUBSERIES: INDIAN MISCELLANY, QUARTO SERIES .........................................................126 SUBSERIES: ANNUAL REPORTS, ILLUSTRATIONS ................................................................127 SUBSERIES: BAE BULLETIN, ILLUSTRATIONS.......................................................................128 SUBSERIES: MISCELLANEOUS ILLUSTRATIONS ...................................................................132 SERIES: XII: BAE LIBRARY MATERIALS, PAMPHLETS AND REPRINTS ..............................133 APPENDIX: LIST OF BAE CORRESPONDENTS...............................................................................138

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ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY The Bureau of Ethnology was established by an act of the United States Congress on March 3, 1879, but it was largely the personal creation of the geologist and explorer Major John Wesley Powell. His earlier explorations of the Colorado River and Grand Canyon formed the basis of the Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region. While exploring the area, Powell became alarmed at what he perceived to be the decline of the aboriginal way of life due to rapid depopulation. In a letter to the Secretary of the Interior, he warned that “in a few years, it will be impossible to study…Indians in their primitive condition, except from recorded history.” 1 He urged swift government action; the result of which was the appropriation of $20,000 (20 Stat. 397) to transfer all documents relating to North American Indians from the Department of Interior to the Smithsonian Institution and its Secretary’s appointment of Powell as director of the newly established Bureau of Ethnology, a position he held until his death in 1902. In 1897, its name was changed to the Bureau of American Ethnology (BAE) to underscore the limits of its geographical reaches. Under Powell, the BAE organized the nation’s earliest anthropological field expeditions, in which the characteristics and customs of native North Americans were observed firsthand and documented in official reports. Images of Indian life were captured on photographic glass plate negatives, and their songs on wax cylinder recordings. Histories, vocabularies and myths were gathered, along with material objects excavated from archaeological sites, and brought back to Washington for inclusion in the BAE manuscript library or the United States National Museum. The fruits of these investigations were disseminated via a series of highly regarded and widely distributed publications, most notably BAE Annual Reports, BAE Bulletins and Contributions to North American Ethnology. BAE research staff also responded routinely to inquiries posed by colleagues, government agencies and the general public on matters ranging from artwork to warfare. Moreover, the BAE prepared exhibits on the various cultural groups it studied not only for the Smithsonian Institution, but also large expositions held nationwide. In 1882 Powell, under instruction of Congress, established the Division of Mound Explorations for the purpose of discovering the true origin of earthen mounds found predominately throughout the eastern United States. It was the first of three temporary, yet significant subunits supported by the Bureau. Cyrus Thomas, head of the Division, published his conclusions in the Bureau's Annual Report of 1894, which is considered to be the last word in the controversy over the mound’s origins. With the publication of Thomas’ findings, the Division’s work came to a close. The course of BAE operations remained largely the same under Powell’s successors: WJ McGee (acting director) 1902; William Henry Holmes, 1902-1910; Frederick W. Hodge, 1910-1918; J. Walter Fewkes, 1918-1928; Matthew W. Stirling, 1928-1957; Frank H.H.
Hinsley, Curtis. Savages and Scientists: The Smithsonian Institution and the Development of American Anthropology, 1846-1910 (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1981), page 149.
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Roberts, Jr., 1957-1964; and Henry B. Collins (acting director), 1964-1965. However, following a 1903 internal investigation of the Bureau’s administrative activities, Smithsonian officials called for a broader scope of ethnological inquiry and greater application of anthropological research methodologies. The BAE responded in 1904 by expanding agency activities to include investigations in Hawaii, the Philippines and the Caribbean. The BAE extended its geographical reaches once again, in the 1940s, to include Central and South America. In 1943, the Institute of Social Anthropology (ISA) was established as an independent subunit of the Bureau for the purpose of developing and promoting ethnological research throughout the American Republics. The findings of ISA sponsored investigations were published in the six volume series, Handbook of South American Indians (BAE Bulletin 143). Julian H. Steward, editor of the Handbook, was appointed director of ISA operations and held the position until 1946 when George M. Foster assumed responsibility. The ISA was absorbed by the Institute of Inter-American Affairs, in 1952, thus terminating its relationship with the BAE. In 1946 the BAE assumed partial administrative control of the recently established River Basin Surveys (RBS), its third and final autonomous subunit. The purpose of the RBS was to salvage and preserve archaeological evidence threatened by post-World War II public works programs, more specifically the rapid construction of dams and reservoirs occurring throughout the country. Excavations conducted under the RBS yielded considerable data on early North American Indian settlements, and subsequent deliberations on this data were published as reports in various BAE Bulletins. In 1965, the BAE merged administratively with the Smithsonian Institution’s Department of Anthropology to form the Office of Anthropology within the United States National Museum (now the Department of Anthropology within the National Museum of Natural History). The BAE manuscript library, also absorbed by the Department of Anthropology, became the foundation of what is today the National Anthropological Archives (NAA). In its 86 year existence, the BAE played a significant role in the advancement of American anthropology. Its staff included some of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’ most distinguished anthropologists, including Jeremiah Curtain, Frank Hamilton Cushing, J.O. Dorsey, Jesse Walter Fewkes, Alice Cunningham Fletcher, Albert H. Gatschet, John Peabody Harrington, John N.B. Hewitt, William Henry Holmes, Ales Hrdlicka, Neil Judd, Francis LaFlesche, Victor and Cosmo Mindeleff, James Mooney, James Pilling, Matilda Coxe Stevenson, Matthew Williams Stirling, William Duncan Strong and William Sturtevant. The BAE also collaborated with and supported the work of many non-Smithsonian researchers most notably Franz Boas, Francis Densmore, Gerard Fowke, Garrick Mallery, Washington Matthews, Paul Radin, John Swanton, Cyrus Thomas and T.T. Waterman, as well as America’s earliest field photographers such as Charles Bell, John K. Hillers, Timothy O’Sullivan and William Dinwiddie. Several of its staff founded the Anthropological Society of Washington in 1880, which later became the American Anthropological Association in 1899. What is more, its

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seminal research continues to be drawn up by contemporary anthropologists and government agents through the use of BAE manuscripts now housed in the NAA. Sources Consulted: Hinsley, Curtis. Savages and Scientists: The Smithsonian Institution and the Development of American Anthropology, 1846-1910. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1981. McGee, WJ. "Bureau of American Ethnology." The Smithsonian Institution, 1846-1896, The History of its First Half-Century, pp. 367-396. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. 1897. Sturtevant, William. "Why a Bureau of American Ethnology?" Box 286, Functions of the BAE, Series IV: Miscellaneous Administrative Files, 1948-1965, Records of the Bureau of American Ethnology, National Anthropological Archives.

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SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The records in this collection embody the administrative functions of the Bureau of American Ethnology from 1879 to 1965. The collection consists of correspondence, card files, registers, official notices, annual and monthly work reports, research statements, research proposals, grant applications, personnel action requests, notices of personnel action, meeting minutes, purchase orders and requisitions, property records, biographical sketches, resolutions, newspaper clippings, reviews of publications, drafts of publications, circulars, programs, pamphlets, announcements, illustrations, cartographic materials, photographic prints, photographic negatives, bibliographies, and reprinted publications. Correspondence comprises the bulk of this collection. A significant portion of this correspondence originates from the Bureau’s duty to field inquiries regarding North American aboriginal cultures, and respond to requests relating to the duplication of BAE library and archival materials. Inquiries and requests, received from all parts of the world, were submitted by colleagues, museum curators and directors, students, professors, amateur archaeologists, government agents, military officials, Smithsonian Institution officials, artists and members of the general public. Other correspondence reflects the Bureau’s day to day operations and internal affairs. Subjects discussed in this correspondence include research projects, field expeditions, annual budgets, personnel matters, the acquisition of manuscripts, the disbursement of specimens and production of BAE publications. Correspondence is occasionally accompanied by announcements, circulars, programs, pamphlets, photographs, drawings, diagrams, bibliographies, lists, newspaper clippings and maps. Also among these records are the card files and registers of incoming and outgoing correspondence maintained by early BAE administrative staff. For a list of correspondents, see the appendix to this finding aid. The majority of illustrations, artwork and photographs that appear in this collection are associated with BAE publications, including BAE Annual Reports, BAE Bulletins, Contributions to North American Ethnology and Smithsonian Institution, Miscellaneous Collection. Maps located among the collection originate, by and large, from BAE field expeditions and research projects. BAE staff also amassed great quantities of newspaper clippings that concerned BAE research or points of interest. Of particular note are three scrapbooks comprised of clippings that relate to “mound builders” and the work of the BAE’s Division of Mound Explorations. Also worthy of note are the various records relating to the 1903 investigation of the BAE. Records related to the investigation highlight the Smithsonian Institution’s longstanding dissatisfaction with the internal management of the BAE, its concerns over the BAE’s loose relationship with the parent organization, and displeasure with the manner in which BAE scientific research was developing. Other materials of special interest are the various administrative records covering the period 1929 to 1946 and 1949 to 1965. The majority covers personnel matters; however, others justify the work of the BAE and bear witness to growing concerns that the BAE would eventually be absorbed by the Department of Anthropology within the United States National Museum.

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RESTRICTIONS None EXTENT 245 linear feet (375 boxes and 10 map drawers). PROVENANCE The Records of the Bureau of American Ethnology were transferred to the Smithsonian Office of Anthropology Archives with the merger of the BAE and the Department of Anthropology of the National Museum of Natural History in 1965. The Smithsonian Office of Anthropology Archives was renamed the National Anthropological Archives in 1968. PROCESSING NOTE Circumstances and decisions behind the current arrangement of this collection are unknown. The present archivist reordered a portion of Series I: Correspondence for the purpose of creating consonance among the various subseries. All indices and registers were brought together to form the first subseries, and the final eight subseries, which were previously interspersed throughout the chronologically ordered subseries, were moved to the end.

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RELATED ARCHIVAL COLLECTIONS Additional material relating to BAE administrative affairs and research projects can be found among the National Anthropological Archives’ vast collection of numbered manuscripts. Too numerous to list in this space, these include official correspondence, monthly and annual work reports, fiscal records, field notes, personal diaries, expedition logs, catalogues of specimens, vocabularies, historical sketches, maps, diagrams, drawings, bibliographies, working papers and published writings, among various others. Most of these documents are dispersed throughout the numbered manuscript collection as single items; however, some have been culled and unified into larger units (e.g., MS 2400 is comprised of documents relating to the Division of Mound Explorations). Artwork and illustrations produced for BAE publications are also located among the NAA’s numbered manuscript collection as well as its photograph collection (e.g., Photo Lot 78-51 and Photo Lot 80-6). Photographs concerning BAE research interests can be found among the following NAA photographic lots: Photo Lot 14, Bureau of American Ethnology Subject and Geographic File ca. 1870s-1930s; Photo Lot 24, BAE Photographs of American Indians 1840s to 1960s (also known as the Source Print Collection); Photo Lot 60, BAE Reference Albums 1858-1905; and Photo Lot 85, BAE Miscellaneous Photographs 1895 to 1930. Other photographic lots include portraits of BAE staff and collaborators, namely Photo Lot 33, Portraits of Anthropologists and others 1860s-1960s; Photo Lot 68, Portraits of John Wesley Powell ca. 1890 and 1898; and Photo Lot 70, Department of Anthropology Portrait File ca. 1864-1921. Additional materials in the NAA relating to the work of the BAE can be found among the professional papers of its staff, collaborators and USNM anthropologists.. These include the papers of Ales Hrdlicka, John Peabody Harrington, Otis Mason, J.C. Pilling, Matthew Williams Stirling, and William Duncan Strong. Documents relating to the work of the BAE can be found among the records of the River Basin Surveys (1928-1969) and the Institute of Social Anthropology (1941-1952). Records related to this collection can also be found in the Smithsonian Institution Archives (SIA). SIA accession 05-124 includes information regarding the 1942 transfer of six audio recordings related to the Chumash Indian language from the Bureau of American Ethnology to the National Archives, nine pages of Chumash translations, and "The Story of Candalaria, the Old Indian Basket-Maker." The Fiscal and Payroll Records of the Office of the Secretary, 1847 to 1942 (Record Unit 93, includes voucher logs, disbursement journals and daybooks of money paid out to the BAE from 1890 to 1910. BAE correspondence can also be found among the Records of the Office of the Secretary (Record Unit 776, accession 05-162). The Papers of William Henry Holmes, second director of the BAE, are also located among the SIA (Record Unit 7084). Accession records concerning artifacts and specimens collected by the BAE are located in the registrars’ office of the National Museum of Natural History.

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Related collections can also be found at the National Archives and Records Administration. RG 57.3.1, the Administrative Records of the United States Geological Survey, includes register of applications for BAE ethnological expositions conducted between1879-82. RG 75.29, Still Pictures among the Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, includes 22 photographs of Arapaho, Cheyenne, Kiowa, Comanche, Navajo, and Apache Indians taken by William S. Soule for the BAE during1868-75. RG 106, Records of the Smithsonian Institution, includes cartographic records (106.2) relating to Indian land cessions in Indiana created for the First Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, 1881 (1 item); a distribution of American Indian linguistic stock in North America and Greenland, by John Wesley Powell, for the Seventh Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, ca. 1887 (1 item); a distribution of Indian tribal and linguistic groups in South America, 1950 (1 item); the Indian tribes in North America, for Bulletin 145, Bureau of American Ethnology, 1952 (4 items). Sound Recordings (106.4) include songs and linguistic material relating to the Aleut, Mission, Chumash, and Creek, gather by the BAE in 1912, 1914, 1930-41. Some include translations (122 items).

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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS AND CONTAINER LIST SERIES I: CORRESPONDENCE, 1897-1965 112.75 linear feet This series constitutes the administrative correspondence of the BAE, and is the largest series in the collection. It is divided into twenty subseries. The first subseries, Indices and Registers of Letters Sent and Received, is arranged chronologically and then, therein, alphabetically by correspondent. These records provide the date of receipt, name of sender and a brief description of subject discussed. There is a substantial gap in these records from 1902 to 1949. Bound copies of outgoing letters comprise the second subseries, Letterbooks. Letterbooks are arranged categorically by kind and then, therein, chronologically. Letterbooks in the “general series” include outgoing letters sent chiefly by John Wesley Powell, James C. Pilling, Garrick Mallery, H.C. Rizer, WJ McGee, Frederick W. Hodge and William Henry Holmes. Matters discussed in these letters relate to the preparation and distribution of publications issued by the BAE; formal instructions relating to staff research projects; the maintenance and reproduction of manuscripts and photographs within the BAE collection; the collection and distribution of material objects obtained on BAE field expeditions; the appointment of BAE staff and arrangements made with outside collaborators; requests for appropriations; plans of operation; summaries of expenditures; Indian legislation; laws for the preservation of antiquities; execution of the Antiquities Act; and cooperation with other government agencies. Also discussed are routine housekeeping matters such as the acquisition and return of materials borrowed from the Library of Congress and other institutions or the purchase of supplies and equipment. Lettersbooks comprising letters of “transmittal” discuss the distribution of publications, manuscripts or anthropological information. Letterbooks regarding “requisitions for printing and binding” include letters sent to the Public Printing Office. Letterbooks pertaining to “annual reports” include complete or partial reports addressed to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. They differ slightly in content from those published in the BAE Annual Report series. Letters filed and bound under “library” mostly concern the borrowing or lending of library material, and the purchase of library supplies. “Editorial” letterbooks includes letters to authors, editors and printers, expressing editorial or printing concerns. Letterbooks relating to “accounts” pertain generally to BAE accounts and the conveyance of vouchers. The letterbooks of William Henry Holmes include letters concerning his charge as Chief Officer of the BAE. Many discuss BAE accounts, plans of operation, staff changes, staff instructions and proposed federal laws for the preservation of antiquities. Others discuss the archaeological work of the BAE, especially the mound surveys carried out by the Division of Mound Explorations. They include replies to requests for information pertaining to Indian mines, quarries and caves, as well as the methods used in excavating these sites. Also included are acknowledgements for the receipt of specimens, photographs and manuscripts. The letterbook of Frank M. Barnett includes letters relating primarily to BAE accounts. Letters in Frank Hamilton Cushing’s letterbooks concern, by

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and large, the collection of specimens in Florida for the Smithsonian Institution and the University of Pennsylvania. The letterbooks of WJ McGee include letters relating to BAE scholarly work and the Bureau’s dealings with the American Geological Society, the Columbia Historical Society, the Joint Commission of the Scientific Societies of Washington (later the Washington Academy of Science), the National Geographic Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Anthropological Association, the Washington Chapter of the Archaeological Institute of America and the International Archaeological Commission. Other letters document McGee’s professional relationship with fellow ethnologists and geologists, his personal relationship with William Henry Holmes, and his role as the executor of the estate of Alexander H. and Maria Matilda Evans (parents of Matilda Coxe Stevenson). Others document his position as vice president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and his role as the American representative to the preliminary conferences responsible for forming the International Archaeological Commission. Discussed elsewhere is the preparation and distribution of McGee’s own publications, his involvement in a series of public lectures hosted by the Smithsonian Institution, and his observances on the death of John Wesley Powell. Of particular interest is a letter dated July 10, 1896 concerning charges of fraud brought against Frank Hamilton Cushing and another dated November 18, 1902 describing John Wesley Powell’s last years as a scholar and administrator of the BAE. McGee’s letterbooks also include typescript articles, lectures and similar works. Worthy of note is an article by Matilda Coxe Stevenson relating to a Zuni Scalp ceremony (November 27, 1894). Other articles include, “Primitive Trephining Illustrated by the Munis Peruvian Collection” (January 26, 1894), “The Antiquity of Man in America” (April 13, 1894), “The Expedition to Seriland” (February 14, 1896), “The Papago Time Concept” (July 22, 1896), “A Proposed American Anthropologic Association” (June 21, 1902), “Powell as Anthropologist” (April 11, 1902) and “Progress toward an International Archaeolgic and Ethnologic Commission”. The third subseries, Letters Received 1878, relates exclusively to the work of the US Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region. The series is arranged in no particular order. The fourth subseries, Letters Received 1879-1887, is arranged alphabetically by correspondent or institution. Attached to many of these letters are official copies of BAE outgoing replies. Letters deserving special attention include Alexander Graham Bell’s letter and chart pertaining to Powell’s phonetic alphabet; Franz Boas’ rationale and plan for publishing material relating to Northwest Coast Indians; Cushing’s sketch map of ruins and caves in the vicinities of San Juan and Wingate, Arizona; Dorsey’s wordlist of “Shasti or Klamath”; Gatschet’s 1884 “Map of Creek Country in the Eighteenth Century: Names and Sites Restored from the Contemporaneous Documents”; Gatschet’s “Affinities between Tehwa and Shoshonian Dialects”; and Cyrus Thomas’ report regarding the Traona manuscript. The fifth subseries, Letters Received 1888-1906, is arranged alphabetically by correspondent or institution. Attached to many of these letters are official copies of BAE outgoing replies. Letters deserving special mention include Dinwiddie’s explanation of

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the fraud charges brought against Frank Hamilton Cushing; Washington Matthews’ discussion of the pueblo names in Chaco Canyon; Shelley’s transcription of Quanah Parker’s statements regarding James Mooney; Mooney’s letters concerning his Arapaho photographs; Franz Boas’ list of Chinook place names; Abbe’s letter concerning the origin of the term “Chinook winds”; and Ashenhurst’s letter including a copy of “The Lord’s Prayer in Millipama (Mith-hhlama, Tenino). The sixth and seventh subseries, Letters Received 1907 and Letters Received 1908, are arranged alphabetically by correspondent or institution. Attached to many of these letters are official copies of BAE outgoing replies. Material largely concerns special projects being conducted by the BAE at the time, including the study of various aboriginal languages spoken throughout Indiana, Fewkes’ work at Casa Grande, and Frachtenberg’s work among the Tutelo. Letters regarding the preparation of various BAE publications, such as the second volume of Hodge’s Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, are also included in these subseries. The eighth and ninth subseries, Letters Received 1909-1949 and Letters Received 19501965, are arranged alphabetically by correspondent or institution with the exception of those letters filed by subject or project. Letters received include requests for information regarding Native American languages, customs, relics or lands surveyed by the BAE. Inquiries were received from museum curators, geologists, military officials, professional anthropologists, students and members of the general public. The majority of outgoing letters were composed by BAE administrative staff fielding these queries; however, some were composed by members of the BAE research staff themselves. Other incoming letters concern personnel matters; research proposals; the BAE budget; the acquisition or distribution of specimens, manuscripts and photographs; legislation affecting BAE activities; and BAE publications. Also found among these letters are official reports concerning the progress of field work being carried out by BAE staff and collaborators. Noteworthy material found among Letters Received 1909-1949, include Boas’ “Memorandum on the Changes of the Human Body under the Influences of American Life”; Densmore’s “Native Songs of Two Hybrid Ceremonies among the American Indians”; Fenton’s photographs taken while on the Tonawanda Reservation; John Peabody Harrington’s photographs of his informants; Thomas M. Galey’s print of the Osage Indian Non-pe-wa-the; and Kelsey’s photograph of Kuanui of the Palolo Valley, Oahu, Hawaii; and the Latin American Expedition’s photographs of the Tule. Material deserving special mention in Letters Received 1950-1965 is William S. Laughlin’s preliminary report of the archaeological work being conducted on the Aleutian Islands during the summer of 1952; William Reeder’s report on the biological investigations carried out on the Kodiak Islands; and Alice Larde de Venturino’s “Astonishing Stone Inscriptions of North Chile”. The tenth and eleventh subseries, Letters Sent, Photocopies and Transcripts 1879-1902 and Letters Received, Photocopies and Transcripts 1879-1906, are arranged in no particular order. Reasons behind the duplication or transcription of these letters are unknown. The twelfth subseries, Letters Received, Temporary Correspondence 1949 to 1965, follows two ordering schemes: material dating from 1949 to 1952 is arranged

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alphabetically by correspondent or institution and material dating from 1953 to 1965 is arranged chronologically. Letters in this subseries appear to have been culled from two separate accumulations of correspondence (one maintained between 1949 and 1952; the other between 1953 and 1965), and unified as a sampling of the various types of requests that were received by the Bureau during this period. The remaining eight subseries comprise the correspondence of specific individuals, institutions or organizations that worked directly or indirectly with the BAE. They are arranged chronologically and then, therein, alphabetically. The decision to isolate this correspondence from the larger, chronologically ordered unit of BAE correspondence (described above) is unknown. Also unknown is when the separation occurred; it may have occurred at the archival processing level or earlier at the BAE administrative level. It should be noted that the separation process was not comprehensive and, thus, BAE correspondence with these individuals, institutions and organizations may also be found elsewhere in the series. Subseries: Indices and Registers of Letters Sent and Received. Subseries: Letterbooks Subseries: Letters Received 1878 Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887 Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 Subseries: Letters Received 1907 Subseries: Letters Received 1908 Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949 Subseries: Letters Received 1950-1965 Subseries: Letters Sent, Photocopies and Transcripts 1879-1902 Subseries: Letters Received, Photocopies and Transcripts 1879-1906 Subseries: Letters Received, Temporary Correspondence 1949 to 1965 Subseries: Letters Received, S. F. Baird, 1879-1887 Subseries: Letters Received, Franz Boas, 1889-1947 Subseries: Letters Received, Matilda Coxe Stevenson, 1890-1918 Subseries: Letters Received, Smithsonian Institution, 1889-1907 Subseries: Letters Received, Matthew Stirling 1925-1950 Subseries: Letters Received, US Government Agencies 1888-1950 Subseries: Letters Received, USNM, Smithsonian Institution 1889-1909 Subseries: Letters Received, Charles D. Walcott 1907-1909 Box 1 Subseries: Indices and Registers to Letters Sent and Received Indices of Letters Sent, 1878 to 1883 Indices of Letters Received, 1878 to 1882 Box 2 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Indices and Registers to Letters Sent and Received 14

Indices of Letters Received, 1883 to 1888 Indices of Letters Received, 1889 Box 3 Correspondence Card Files, 1884-1902 Box 4 Correspondence Card Files, 1884-1902 Box 5 Correspondence Card Files, 1884-1902 Box 6 Correspondence Card Files, 1884-1902 Box 7 Correspondence Card Files, 1884-1902 Box 8 Correspondence Card Files, 1884-1902 Box 9 Register Book of Incoming Letters, Jan 1949 – Dec 1950 Register Book of Incoming Letters, Jan 1951 – Dec 1952 Register Book of Incoming Letters, Jan 1953 – Dec 1954 Register Book of Incoming Letters, Jan 1955 – Dec 1956 Register Book of Incoming Letters, Jan 1957 – Dec 1958 Box 10 Register Book of Incoming Letters, Jan 1959 – June 1960 Register Book of Incoming Letters, July 1960 – July 1961 Register Book of Incoming Letters, Jan 1962 – June 1963 Register Book of Incoming Letters, July 1963 – April 1965 Box 11 Subseries: Letterbooks Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series July 1, 1879 to September 26, 1879 September 27, 1879 to January 15, 1880 T-Z R-S M-Q H-L D-G A-C

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Letters Sent, General Series Box 12 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 13 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 14 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 15 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 16 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 17 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 18 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 19 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letterbooks

January 16, 1880 to April 16, 1880

April 16, 1880 to August 18, 1880 August 18, 1880 to November 9, 1880 November 10, 1880 to February 14, 1881

February 14, 1881 to April 15, 1881 April 18, 1881 to Jul 21, 1881 July 21, 1881 to January 28, 1882 January 28, 1882 to September 8, 1882

September 9, 1882 to May 14, 1883 May 14, 1883 to January 30, 1884 February 1, 1884 to March 5, 1885

March 5, 1885 to February 24, 1886 February 24, 1886 to March 23, 1887 March 24, 1887 to September 7, 1888 September 8, 1888 to October 26, 1889

October 29, 1889 to March 25, 1891 March 28, 1891 to June 22, 1892 June 25, 1892 to September 1, 1893

June 21, 1893 to December 23, 1893 December 23, 1893 to May 9, 1894 May 8, 1894 to September 7, 1894

September 8, 1894 to March 30, 1895 April 3, 1895 to October 1, 1895 October 2, 1895 to May 6, 1895 May 6, 1895 to January 16, 1897

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Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 20 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 21 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 22 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 23 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 24 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 25 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 26 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 27 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letterbooks

January 19, 1897 to June 28, 1897 June 28, 1897 to January 18, 1898 January 19, 1898 to August 16, 1898

August 17, 1898 to April 19, 1899 April 20, 1899 to October 23, 1899 October 25, 1899 to April 25, 1900

April 26, 1900 to November 20, 1900 November 20, 1900 to May 25, 1901 May 25, 1901 to December 18, 1901

December 19, 1901 to May 24, 1902 May 26, 1902 to September 24, 1902 October 16, 1902 to March 9, 1903

March 10, 1903 to July 10, 1903 July 10, 1903 to September 17, 1903 March 10, 1903 to July 10, 1903

November 10, 1903 to December 29, 1903 December 29, 1903 to February 17, 1904 February 14, 1904 to March 31, 1904

March 31, 1904 to May 23, 1904 May 23, 1904 to July 23, 1904 July 23, 1904 to October 8, 1904

October 8, 1904 to December 13, 1904 December 14, 1904 to February 7, 1905 February 7, 1905 to April 2, 1905

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Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 28 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 29 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 30 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 31 Letters Sent, General Series Letters Sent, General Series Box 32 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 33 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 34 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 35 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letterbooks

April 3, 1905 to June 14, 1905 June 14, 1905 to August 29, 1905 August 29, 1905 to October 21, 1905

October 21, 1905 to December 9, 1905 December 9, 1905 to January 18, 1906 January 19, 1906 to March 3, 1906

March 5, 1906 to April 12, 1906 April 12, 1906 to June 13, 1906 June 13, 1906 to August 20, 1906

August 20, 1906 to October 25, 1906 October 25, 1906 to December 17, 1906 December 17, 1906 to February 9, 1907

February 9, 1907 to April 12, 1907 April 11, 1907 to April 30, 1907

November 2, 1893 to January 27, 1894 January 17, 1894 to April 25, 1894 April 25, 1894 to September 10, 1894

September 10, 1894 to February 25, 1895 February 26, 1895 to April 9, 1895 January 14, 1895 to February 25, 1895

April 9, 1895 to May 28, 1895 June 15, 1895 to October 8, 1895 October 9, 1895 to January 9, 1896

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Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 36 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 37 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 38 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 39 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 40 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 41 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 42 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 43 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letterbooks

April 21, 1896 to June 18, 1896

June 19, 1896 to September 9, 1896 September 9, 1896 to October 20, 1896 October 21, 1896 to December 21, 1896

December 21, 1896 to February 2, 1897 February 3, 1897 to March 23, 1897 March 12, 1897 to May 3, 1897

May 3, 1897 to June 18, 1897 June 21, 1897 to July 27, 1897 July 27, 1897 to September 9, 1897

September 9, 1897 to October 22, 1897 October 22, 1897 to December 2, 1897 December 7, 1897 to January 15, 1898

January 17, 1898 to February 28, 1898 March 2, 1898 to May 4, 1898 May 4, 1898 to August 13, 1898

August 15, 1898 to November 26, 1898 November 29, 1898 to February 18, 1899 February 20, 1899 to May 10 1899

May 10, 1899 to October 7, 1899 October 9, 1899 to January 20, 1900 January 22, 1900 to March 31, 1900

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Box 44 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 45 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 46 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 47 Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Letters Sent, Transmittal Box 48 Letters Sent, Transmittal Requisitions for Printing and Binding Annual Reports Letters Sent, Library Box 49 Letters Sent, Editorial Letters Sent, Editorial Letters Sent, Editorial Box 50 Letters Sent, Accounts Letters Sent, Accounts Letters Sent, Accounts Box 51 Letters Sent, Accounts Letters Sent, Accounts Box 52 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letterbooks 20 July 9, 1902 to April 8, 1903 July 12, 1905 to April 30, 1907 January 27, 1897 to October 25, 1899 July 12, 1899 to July 9, 1901 July 23, 1901 to July 2, 1902 July 24, 1894 to March 18, 1897 March 17, 1897 to January 11, 1900 January 16, 1900 to July 1, 1903 June 24, 1903 to November 24, 1903 November 12, 1897 to January 9, 1903 June 30, 1898 to June 30, 1902 October 7, 1896 to March 12, 1897 August 12, 1902 to November 20, 1902 November 21, 1902 to January 22, 1903 January 22, 1903 to June 22, 1903 January 28, 1902 to March 17, 1902 March 17, 1902 to May 9, 1902 May 8, 1902 to August 12, 1902 July 9, 1901 to September 25, 1901 September 25, 1901 to December 5, 1901 December 5, 1901 to January 27, 1902 January 31, 1901 to March 6, 1901 March 6, 1901 to April 24, 1901 April 22, 1901 to July 9, 1901

Letters Sent, William Henry Holmes Letters Sent, William Henry Holmes Letters Sent, William Henry Holmes Letters Sent, Frank M. Barnett Box 53 Letters Sent, Material for Science Letters Sent, Frank Hamilton Cushing Letters Sent, Frank Hamilton Cushing Box 54 Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Box 55 Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Box 56 Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Box 57 Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Box 58 Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee Letters Sent, WJ McGee

February 24, 1890 to March 2, 1893 June 11, 1903 to March 30, 1905 October 21, 1902 to March 1, 1903 April 1903

February 10, 1883 to May 1884 December 30, 1896 to February 28, 1898 October 14, 1898 to May 22, 1899

July 1, 1893 to July 6, 1894 July 7, 1894 to June 1, 1895 June 1, 1895 to April 17, 1896

April 18, 1896 to March 12, 1897 March 17, 1897 to December 13, 1897 December 14, 1897 to May 27, 1898 May 28, 1898 to November 30, 1898

December 1, 1898 to April 13, 1899 April 11, 1899 to October 7, 1899 October 11, 1899 to May 5, 1900 May 7, 1900 to April 10, 1901

April 11, 1901 to October 8, 1901 October 9, 1901 to March 6, 1902 March 6 1902 to July 17, 1902 July 24, 1902 to December 27, 1902

June 8, 1897 to August 7, 1897 November 14, 1902 to June 29, 1903 June 30, 1903 to July 11, 1903 January 2, 1903 to June 29, 1903

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Box 59 Subseries: Letters Received 1878 USGS of Rocky Mountain Region Box 60 Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887 Abbe, C Abbe, C C Adams, Henry Abert, JW Agricultural Dept Alvord, HE American Antiquarian Society American Association/ AD’T/SCI American MSM/Nat Hist American Philosophical Society American Tract Society Andree, R Armstrong R H Atkins, FH Box 61 A – Ac Adams, Aw – Adams, W W Ag – Ald Alf – All Am(erican) A – Am(erican) Ethnological Soc American Hist Mag – American Ins/Min’G, Eng’s American Journal – Amh Anderson, A D – Anderson R B Andr – Arm Arn – As Atc – Atl Av – Ay Box 62 B – Bai Bak – Balla Ballou, E – Ballou, W Ban – Bare Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1878 Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887 A-Z

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Barf – Bark Barna –Barne Barnu – Bart Bate – Batt Bea – Bec Bee – Beng Benn – Bid Bie – Bis Bl – Boe Bol – Boy Brac – Bran Brau – Bre Bri – Brou Brown, H – Brown, IN Brown, Ioss – Brown, SC Bru – Bul Bur – By Box 63 Bancroft, H H 1879-1888 Bandelier, A F 1879-1888 Barber, E A 1879-1888 Bartlett, JNO R1879-1888 Beauchamp, Wm M 1879-1888 Bell, A G 1879-1888 Bell C N 1879-1888 Bessels, E 1879-1888 Bickford, F A1879-1888 Bien, J July 1879 – June 1880 Bien, J July 1880 – February 1887 Boas, F March 1885 – December 1885 Boas, F March 1886 – December 1886 Boas, F March 1887 – August 1887 Boas, F February 1888 –December 1888 Boteler, W C 1879-1888 Bourke, J G 1879-1888 Bowers, S 1879-1888 Brinton, DG 1879-1888 Buckner, H F 1879-1888 Budd, Harry 1879-1888 Bushotter, Geo 1879-1888 Butler, James 1879-1888 Byington, (Mrs) S N for Rev Cyrus Byington 1879-1888 Box 64 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887

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C – Cana 1819-1888 Cannon, G Q, I G, I W, 1879-1888 Ca – Cav 1879-1888 Cav – Cen 1879-1888 Chamberlain, M; + TC ; 1879-1888 Chambers – Chap 1879-1888 Chas – Cis 1879-1888 Clar – Clark W C, 1879-1888 Clarke – Coa 1879-1888 Cob – Colle 1879-1888 Colli – Conk 1879-1888 Conn – Conv 1879-1888 Cook – Cool 1819-1888 Coop – Cor 1879-1888 Cot – Cour 1879-1888 Cow – Cra 1879-1888 Cri – Cru 1879-1888 Cup – Cutt 1879-1888 Box 65 Campbell, John (of Montreal, CAN) 1879-1888 Canadian Institute, 1879-1888 Chase, A W 1879-1888 Croft, C D 1879-1888 Caswell, John, 1879-1888 Clark, W P 1879-1888 Chief Executives, 1879-1888 Clarke, Ben, 1879-1888 Clarke, F W 1879-1888 Cleveland, Wm d, 1879-1888 Cook, J W, 1879-1888 Corbusier, W H 1879-1888 Coues, E, 1879-1888 Creel, H M, 1879-1888 Cresson, H T 1879-1888 Cryder, Frank 1879-1888 Curtin, J Feb 1882 – Nov 1884 Curtin, J Jan 1885 – June, 1887 Cushing, F H Dec 1879 – Oct 1881 Cushing, F H Dec 4, 1881 – Dec 24, 1881 Cushing, F H Jan 1882 – Dec 1882 Cushing, F H Feb 1883 – May 17, 1883 Cushing, F H (Mrs) June 5, 1883 Cushing, F H May 18, 1883 – Aug 1883 Cushing, F H Jan 1884 – Oct 1884 Cushing, F H March 1885 – Nov 1885 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887 24

Cushing, F H Dec 1886 – Feb 1887 Box 66 D – Dav Daw – Day Deg – De W Den – Die Dod – Dro Dud – Dyk Box 67 Dall, W H 1879-1888 Dawson, Geo, M 1879-1888 Davidson, Geo, 1879-1888 De Haas, W Aug 1879 – Dec 1880 De Haas, WJan 1881—May 1882 Dinwiddie, Wm A 1879-1888 Dodge, Richard I 1879-1888 Dorsey, J O July 1879 – Feb 1880 Dorsey, J O March 1880 – Nov 1880 Dorsey, J O Jan 1881 – March 1882 Dorsey, J O April 1882 – Oct 1882 Dorsey, J O Nov 1882 – Sept 1883 Dorsey, J O [12/3/83 + Encl] Doc 403 / 83 Only Dorsey, J O March 1884 – Dec 1884 Dorsey, J O Feb 1885 – Oct 1888 Drowne, H T 1879-1888 Dunbar, J B 1879-1888 Dwight, Theo 1879-1888 Dyer, D B 1879-1888 Box 68 Ea – Ed 1879-1888 Eg – Elk 1879-1888 Elliott, G W – Elliott, L S 1879-1888 Em – Eng 1879-1888 Enn – E W 1879-1888 Eames, W 1879-1888 Eells, Rev Myron, 1879-1888 Eisen, Gustav, 1879-1888 Emmert, John, 1879-1888 Emmert, J W 1885 Emmert, John W 1883-1884 Everette, Wm March 1882 – Aug 1883 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887

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Box 69 Everette, Wm Sept 1883 – June 1886 Fae – Fari Fari – Finl Finn – Fisc Fol – Ford Fre – Ful Fay, E A Fish – Fl Forn – Fra Fiske, John Fletcher, Alice Fletcher, Robert Folk Lore Soc/London Fowke, G Frost, L L Fulton, R B Box 70 G – Geo Ger – Gilbert, F T Gilbert, G S – G L Goa – Goo Gor – Gou Grac – Grai Gree – Grey Grif – Guy Box 71 Galbraith, F G [and E F Galbraith, ie (Mrs)] 1879-1888 Gannett, Henry 1879-1888 Gatschet, A S July 1879 – Dec 1881 Gatschet, A S Jan 1882 – April 1884 Gatschet, A S May 1884 – Dec 1884 Gatschet, A S [5/8/84 + encl] Doc 121/84 only Gatschet, A S Jan 1885 – Dec 1885 Gatschet, A S Jan 1886 – Dec 1888 Georgia State Historical Society, 1879-1888 Gerard, W R 1879-1888 Gilbert, G K Aug 1879 – Oct 1880 Gilfillan, J A 1879-1888 Gilbert, G K Nov 1880 – Nov 1881 + (-/-/83) Goode, G Brown 1879-1888 Goodrich, J King 1879-1888 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887

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Gould, J L 1879-1888 Gov’t Printing Off July 1879 -- Dec 1880 Gov’t Printing Off Jan 1881 – Dec 1882 Gov’t Printing Off Jan 1883 – Dec 1885 Gov’t Printing Off Jan 1886 – Sept 1888 Grayson, G W 1879-1888 Griffin, G B 1879-1888 Grignon, A 6/28/80 Box 72 Hadley, L F Hall, G Stanley Hare, W H Harris, J C Harris, Wyatt Harvard College Hayden, F V Hayden, Horace E Haynes, Henry W Heliotype Print Co Henderson, Ino G Henshaw, H W Hewitt, J N B Hilder, F F Hillers, J K Hinman, S D Hitchcock, C H Hoffman, WJ Aug 1880 – Dec 1884 Hoffman, WJ Jan 1885 – July 1888 (+6/88) Holden, E S Holmes, W H Hough, F B Howitt, A W Hurlbutt, Geog H Box 73 H – Hal Hale, Horatio, Sept,1879 – May 1881 Hale, Horatio, Sept 1882 – Jan 1886 Ham – Han Hard – Harr Hart – Hat Haw – Hay Haz – Hil Hin – Hit Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887

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Hod – Hog Holl – Holt Hoo – Hor Hov – Howe Howell, E E, and Robert Howg – Hy Box 74 I Icazbalceta, J G, Oct 1819 – Oct 1881 Icazbalceta, J G, Nov 1884 – May 1883 Int Dep’t, Aud’s Off Int Dep’t, BU/ED Int Dep’t Cent Off Int Dept, Ent Comm Int Dep’t General Land Office Int Dep’t, Geol Sur, March 1880 – June 1881 Int Dep’t, Geol Survey, Sept 1881 – March 1887 Int Dep’t, Bu/Ind Aff Int Dept Sec’ys’ Off July 1879 – March 1880 Int Dep’t, Sec’ys Office, April 1880 – Dec 1880 Int Dep’t, Sec’ys’ Office, Jan 1881 – May 1881 Int Dep’t, Sec’ys’ Office, June 1881 – Aug 1888 Intern’l Cong/Am’sts, + Transl Doc 791/81 Only Int Dep’t US Indian Inspectors Office Box 75 J – Jac Jam – Jones, E R Jacker, Edward Jackson, Rev Sheldon Jackson, W H Jenney, W P Jones, C C Jones, G G – Joy Box 76 K – Kel Kate, HFC or Ten Kengla, LA Kellog, DS Kennan, Geo Klett, F Ken – Kin Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887

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Kir – Kna Kne – Kub Kunz, Geo Kun – Kuy Box 77 Langley, S P Latham, R G Lea, J No M Leidy, Jos Leland, C G Leon, N Librarian, Bu/Ethn Library / Congress Lockwood, Mary Lothrop, D and Co Box 78 LaF – Lan Lap – Law Lea – Lei Lem – Len LeB – LeP Les – Les Lib – Lin Lis – Lon Lou – Ly Box 79 Mc Adams, William McAdams, Wm MacCauley, Clay, (Rev) McChesney, C E, Oct 1879 – June 1880 McChesney, Charles E, July 1880 – June 1883 McGee, WJ McGillicuddy, VT McGuire, JD NeWhorter, LV Macomb, MM Mallery, G Sept 1880 – Aug 1883 Mallery, Garrick, (Col), Oct 1883 – Aug 1888 Marsh, OC Mason, OT, Jan 1881 – Dec 1885 Mason, OT July 1886 – Dec 1888 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887

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Masta, H L Matthews, W May 1879 – July 1881 Matthews, W May 1882 – Oct 1885 (+-1-187) Metz, CL Middleton, James D Miles, NA (Gen) Mindeleff, Cosmos, May 1884 – April 1885 Mindeleff, Cosmos, June 1885 – March 1888 Box 80 Mindeleff, Victor, Sept 1882 – Jan 1883 Mindeleff, Victor, June 1883 – Nov 1883 Mindeleff, Victor, June 1884 – Sept 1885 Mindeleff, Victor, Nov 1885 – April, 1886 Mindeleff, Victor, June 1886 – Nov 1888 Minnesota Historical Society Mooney, James, June 1882 – Aug 1886 Mooney, James, Oct 1887 – Oct 1888 Morancy, FW Morgan, Frank P Morgan, JT Morgan, LH Jan 1880 – Dec 1880 Morgan, L H Feb 1881 – July 1881 Morse, E S Muybridge, Eadweard, 5/6/87 Box 81 Mac – Mah McA – McC McD – McK McLean, JJ; JP; JW McM – McW Mai – Manl Mans – Mars Mary – May Mea – Mer Met – Mile Mill – Mit Mol – Morgan, M (Mrs) Morgan, Mrs Lewis H (Mary E) Morl – Morr Morse, E Mort – Mur Mus – My

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Box 82 N – Nev Newc – Newt New York (State Lib + Tribune) Ni – North Norto – No Nadaillac, (Marquis De) Navy Dept Navy Dept, Med + Surg’y Navy Dept, Naut’l, Alm’ Off Navy Dept, Nav’n Navy Dept, Obs’y Navy Dept, Prov’s Nelson, EW Newberry, JS Norris, PW Ober, FA O’B – Ol O’N – Os Owen, GW, (Mrs); Owen, JP; Owen, RL Box 83 Pac – Par Palmer, Edward Pat – Pay Pea – Per Pet – Pluma Plumb – Porc Port – Pra Pre – Pri Pro – Put Parke, JG (Lt Col) Parker, AMC Parkman, Francis Peabody MSM Peet, Stephen Penafiel, A Perrine, TM Petroff, Ivan Phillips, WmA Photo Engr’g Co Pike, Albert Pilling, James Pinart, Alph Pope, John (Gen) Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887 31

Post Off Dept Powell, IW (British Colombia Inon Commissioner) Powell, Major JW Powers, Stephen Prince, LB Putnam, FW (Prof) Box 84 Q R – Rat Rav – Rei Ren – Ric Rideing, Wm H Rig – Rin Robb – Robi Robs – Rog Rol – Rowe Rowel – Rush Russ – Rut Box 85 Rau, Charles Ray, P H Read, MC Reynolds, ER Reynolds, HL Riggs, AL Riggs, SR, Sept 1880 – Dec 1881 Riggs, SR Jan 1882 – May 1883 Rink, H Ritch, Wm G Robertson, Mrs A E W Rogan, John Royce, CC Aug 1879 – Sept 1883 Royce, CC July 1884 – Aug 1885 Royce, CC Sept 1885 – Nov 1885 Royce, CC Jan 1886 – June 1888 Box 86 Sanborn, JW Sayce, AH Schmidt, F (Dr) Schwatka, F Schofield, G W Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887

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Selwyn, W T Sergl, G Shea, J G Sherman, W T Short, JT Sinclair, T and Son Smillie, TW Smith, Charles M or Kentucky Q Smith, Mrs E A, May 1880 – Nov 1880 Smith, Mrs EA, March 1881 – Dec 1881 Smith, Mrs EA April 1882 – Dec 1882 Smith, Mrs EA Jan 1883 – Dec 1884 Smith, Mrs E A March 1885 – Feb 1886 Smithsonian Institution (Administration Only) Dummies Only, S I Smithsonian Institution _ Rhees, W Snyder, JF Spainhour, JM State Dept Stevens, BF Stevenson, James, Aug 1879 – Aug 1880 Stevenson, James, Sept 1880 – Nov 1880 Stevenson, James, July 1881 – Sept 1883 Stevenson, James, Nov 1883 – Oct 1887 Sullivan, Jeremiah, Aug 1881 – Dec 1882 Sullivan, Jeremiah, Jan 1883 – Mar 1884 Swan, James Swift, Henry Box 87 S – Saf St Nicholas, (ED) Sal – Sau Sav – Say Schu – Sci Sca – Schrib Sco – Sec Sed – Sev Sha – Shi Shuf – Shut Sib – Sil Sim – Slc Sme – Smith, Lloyd Smith, N – Sny Soc – Sow Spa – Spr Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887 33

Stal – Star Stark, J W Stea – Stee Step – Stevenson, AE Stevenson, JJ – Stol Ston – Str Stu – Sw Box 88 T – Aaylor, CA Taylor, EB – Taylor, WW Te – Thoma Thompson, CB – Thompson Wm G Thor – Ti To – Tow Tra – Tro Tuc – Tur Twa – Twe Box 89 Thomas, Cyrus, Feb 1881 – Nov 1881 Thomas, Cyrus, Oct 1882 – Nov 1883 Thomas, Cyrus, Jan 1884 – Oct 1884 (+11/84) Thomas, Cyrus, Jan 1882 – June 1882 Thomas, Cyrus, Jan 1885 – Dec 1885 Thomas, Cyrus, March 1886 – Dec 1886 Thomas, Cyrus, Jan 1887 – May 1887 + (6/3/87) Thomas, Cyrus, June 1887 – Dec 1887 Thomas, Cyrus, Jan 1888 – June 1888 Thomas, Cyrus, July 1888 – Sept 1888 Thompson, AH Thompson, Gilbert Tiffany, AS Todd, JE Tolmie, WF Treas Dept, Bu/Printg + Engr Treas Dep’t, 1st Comp Treas Dep’t, 2nd Comp Treas Dep’t, Sec’ys’ Off Treas Dept, Sup’t Arch’t Treas Dept, Treas’s: Off True, FW Trombull, JH Tuggle, WO (and Mrs) Turner, Lucien M Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887

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Tylor, EB Box 90 U US Coast and Geod Survey US Indian Service US National Museum V – Van H Van K – Van W Vining, EP Ve – Vo Box 91 Walcott, CD Walker, ST Wall, JS Walther, H War Dep’t War Dep’t, Adj Gen War Dep’t, Ch/Engineers War Dep’t, Ch/Signal Off War Dep’t, Mo HQ War Dep’t, Ord Off War Dep’t, QM Corps War Dep’t, Sur Gen Off Ward, Lester Wheeler, Geo M Whipple, Bishop Whitney, WD Whittlesey, C Williams, BO Williams, CF Wilson, Edward Wilson, Thomas Winsor, Justin Woodward, GM Wright, CD Wright, SG Box 92 W – Wak Walden, C (Mrs) and LA (Miss) Walk – Wan Ward – Warn Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887

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Was – Wat Web – Wes Wheeler, A – Wheeler, Wm F Whitc – Whit F Whitn – Wild Wiley, John and Sons Wilk – Williams, J Fletcher Williams Job – Williamson, JW Wills – Wils Wilt – Wine Wins – Wit Wol – Woodr Woodw – Woos Wor – Wy Box 93 Yarrow, H C, July 1879 – April 1880 Yarrow, H C, June 1880 – Oct 1880 Yarrow, H C, Jan 1881 – April 1881 Yarrow, H C, Dec 1881 – June 1886 Y – Ya Yo – Yu Zephyrim, OSF Zer – Zl Box 94 Questionable/Unidentified Material from BAE, SR Dummies, 1883 Dummies, 1884 Dummies, 1885 Dummies, 1886 Dummies, 1886 Dummies, 1888 Box 95 Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 Abbe, Cleveland Abbott, Charles C Abel, Bernard R Abel, John J Adams, KJ Adkins – Albrecht Aldrich, Charles Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1879-1887 Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906

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Aldrich, FH Alkine – Allen, WV Allison – Amateur American Ames Anciaux Anderson Andrade, EJ Andrews, Be – Anthropological Institute Antwerp Intl Expo Appleton and Co Architectural – Ashmead Atchison – Aubrey Austin, CD – Austing, DB Avery, D J Avery, EM Avila, JM Baird Baker Baldwin; Ball Banks – Bard Barnard Barndollar Barnes Barnett – Barnum Barr Barrett Barrie Barrott – Barten Bartlett Baskett Basset Bates – Baum Baxter Beach – Beadle Beaucahmp Beaulieu Beckner, Beckwith Beecher; Beede Beer, Beeson Bell, JW – Bell, R Bell, Alexander G Benedict Benham Benjamin, M Bennett Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906

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Benson Benton Bervocitz Berger – Berry Bessey – Best Bettesworth Box 96 Bibb – Bigeloe Billings Bingham – Bingman Bissell Black – Blackman Blackman, EE Blackman, FW Blaisdell Blake Blank – Bolton, Arthur Bolton, Herbert E 1906 Boman Bompas Bond Bonnell – Bonoke Books – Boots Bourke, John G Borden Bowditch, CP 1898-1900 Bowditch, CP 1901 Bowditch, CP 1903-1904 Bowditch, CP 1905-1906 Bowers, Stephen Bowne Brackett – Bracktreet Brady, Cyrus T Bragg – Branner Brannon, Peter A Brant – Sero Bratley, JH Brauer Breasted, JH Breed Brentlinger Brereton Breton Bretz – Brewer Brewster Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 38

Brice Bridgman – Briggs Brinton, DG Brittin – Britton Brocken – Brockett Brooklyn – Brower Brown Brown Browning Bruce Brumagin Brunner, HC Bryant Buchanan Buck Bulmer Bumpus (AMNH) (Bauer Collin) Burbank, EA Burditt Box 97 Burkitt – Burr Burrows Bros Co Bush, SS Bushnell, DI, Jr (1888-1906 Series) Bussing – Butler Byam, WW Cal – Carr Carus – Cattell Caughey, JA Cen – Chal Chamberlain, Alex F Chamberlain, M – Chaddler Chapin Chapman Charency Charnay Chas – Ches Chicago – Chisholm Chittenden, Hiram Christison -Church Cil – Clansius Clark – Clarke Clayton Cleg – Cline Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 39

Coale – Coe Coelho – Colman Colorado Columbia – Coning Connelley, Wm Connelly – Connolly Connor Conover Conservative – Cooper Coov – Cott Cour – Cousins Coves, Elliott Coville Cowles – Cowley Cox – Cozzens Craddock – Cranson Crawford Creighton – Cresson Cresson – Crewdson Cris – Crivelli Box 98 Crockett Cromwell, DDL Cronau, Rudolf Crooks – Crowell Crump – Cudlipp Culin, S 1887-1900 Culin, S 1901 – 1902 Culin, S 1903 Culin, S 1904 Culin, S 1905 Culin, S 1906 Culin, S 1907 and ND Cullow Culver, GE Cummings – Curless Curry, James Curtin, J 1888 – 1904 Curtis – Curtiss Cushing, Emily Cushing, Frank ND and 1893 – 1899 Cushing (STM, EJM) Relative of Frank H Custer, Milo 1906 Cutter, CF Dade – Dainton Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 40

Dall, Wm H Dallas – Dalrymple – Dalzell Dana – Daniell Darwin Davenport Acad Nat Scis David – Davidson Davis Davison, HC and Lucy E Dawes Dawson – Day Dayton; AG and CN Dean, JH Deane, CA Deane, L De Aspiroz Deatrick – De Hass, W Deisher De Land – De Lestry Dellenbaugh Del Mar Denfeld – Denison Dennert – Dennis Densmore, Frances (1903) Denver – Deriemer De Rouge – De Stasicki Detrich Deval Dick – Dingman Box 99 Dinwiddie, Wm 1895 Dinwiddie Wm to Cushing, 1887 District of Columbia Dixon, LM – Dixon, RB Doane – Dockery Dodd – Doerflinger Doesburg Dole – D’Olier Donnelly – Donovan Dopp Doran Doubleday – Dougall Douglas Dow – Dozier Drake Draper Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 41

Duble – Dubose Duckworth Dudley, Orrin Duerden – Dugger Dulau – Dulles Dumarest Dumble, AE Dunbar Duncan Dunham Dunn Durborow Duval Dyer, CJ Dwyar Dyer, DB – Dynes Eakins Eames Eardeley – Earl Earle – Earll Eastman Eastman, John Eaton, AR Eckert, EC (1888-1906) Edgerly Edmonds Edson – Edward, F Edwards Eells Eggleston – Ehrenreis Eickemeyer Eickhoff – Eigermann Eldredge Eliot Elliott Ellwood – Elmer Ely, WD Emerson, CM Box 100 Emmert, JW 1889 – 1903 Emmons Enoe, HD Ernst, A / Ernst, CW Ervin – Essey Estell – Estes – Eubanks Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 42

Ethnology, Bureau of (Hodge – Holmes 1904 – 1907) Evans Everette, Willis E Evermann Ewing, Henry P Fagan Fairbanks – Fancher Faris Farlow – Farmwell Farrand Farrell Fass – Favrot – Fawcett Feathersonaugh – Felon Ferguson – Ferrel – Ferrier Fewkes, JW 1891 – 1895 Fewkes, 1897 –1899 Fewkes, 1900 – 1902 Fewkes, 1903 – 1904 Fewkes, 1905 – 1906 Box 101 Ficklin, Walter H Fidles – Field – Filmore Fish Fitts Fitz – Fitzsimmons Flauigan – Fleisher Fletcher Fletcher, Alice R Flett, J Flint Flint, W Foberg Foerstemann – Folkmar Foorde – Foraer Forbes Forbes, JGL Force – Ford – Fordney Forres – Forum Fosher – Foss Foster Foulenfant Fowke, Gerard 1890-1897 Fowke, Gerard 1903-1906 Fox Frady Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 43

Francis Franking – Frankl Franklin Institute – Frantz Fraser Frazee Freeman Fritz Froben – Frobenirt (?) Fronani Frost – Frye Fulcomer Fuller Fulmer Funk – Furness Fyans – Fynn Gabriel Gaidoz Gaillard Gaines – Gane Gann, T/W Gannett – Garland Garrett – Gary Gass Gatchel & Manning – Gatewood Gatschet, AS Box 102 Gayley Geab Gears – Genin Geographite/Gerodette Getman – Gibbs Gifford – Giingham Gilbert, GK – Gilder Gilfillan Gilliams – Gilman Gill Ginn – Glover Glover Goddard, PE Goldsboro – Goldsmith Good Goode – Goodman Goodrich – Goodwin Gordon – Gore Gorman – Gottshall Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 44

Gould – Gowen Grace – Gracey Grafe – Grafly Graham Graham, Wm A Granier – Grant – Graves Grayson, GW (1888-1906) (Block) Great Divide Green Greene – Gridly Griffin – Griffith Grinnell, GB Groendyke – Growne Gruber – Guichainville Gunckel – Gurley Gurley – Gwynn; Haake, Von Haddon, AC 1897 – 1904 Hafford – Haines Hale, Chas B – Hale, Edwin M Hale, Horatio – Hale, WH (HH 33pp) Hales – Hall Box 103 Hallar – Ham Hamblin Hamilton – Hancock Handy – Harden Harder – Hardy Harrington – Harris Hart – Hartley Hartman Harvey Harwood – Hassi Hastings Hatcher Hatmaker – Haverstick Hawkes – Hawley Haworth Hayden; Hayes Haynes Hayt – Hazard Hazen – Hendley Henshaw, HW (AAA Corres 1889-91) Henshaw, Letters Rec’d By, 1891, In Connection with WCX Purchases/Not Arranged Henshaw, Letters Rec’d By, 1892, In Connection with LCOX Purchases/Not Arranged Henshaw, Coppies of Letters sent Re WCX – 1892 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 45

Henshaw ND, 1889 – 1893; 1905 Henning Henry Hernandez Herrick, Mrs RF Box 104 Hersey Hesler – Heuser Hewett, EL Hewitt, JNB 1889 Hewitt, JNB 1893 – 1899; 1891 Hewitt, JNB 1900 – 1903 – 1904 Heysinger Heywood – Hickcox Hiersemann Higgman – Hilder Hill, Alfred; David; Robert Hilleps, JK Hinman – Hitt Hoag – Hodgdon Hodge Hodges Hodgkins – Hoeing Hoffman, WJ Hogan – Holden Hole – Holm Holmes, Wm H Holsinger – Holt Holton – Hornbeck Horsford – Hough, Elliott Hough, Walter Box 105 Houghton – Howard Howard Hrdlicka Hubbard – Hudson Huffer – Hulbert Hulet – Humfreville Humphreys – Hutcheson Iles – Iowa Iterson Jackson, EE and Co; Elsie G ; Joseph Jackson, Sheldon Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906

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Jackson, WH (Judging From Content and Handwriting This is Not William H Jackson The Photographer MC B 6/24/71) Jacobs – Jacobsen James Jameson – Jencks Jenks, AE 1899 – 1901 Jenks, AE 1902 – 1904 Jensen – Jewett Johannes – Johns Johnson Johnson Johnston Jones, A – W Jones, William [1895 – 1906] Jordan – Junkin Kales Kansas Hist Soc Kasson – Keam Deasbey – Keeny Keim – Kemp Kemper – Kerby Kerrnan – Keys Kickapoo Indn Medicine Col – Kiehl Box 106 Klein – Koehlers Kollmann – Krehbiel Kroeber, AL 1901 – 1906 Krone – Kumler Kunz Lacey – 2 Angshaw Larner – Laslow Laufer, Berthold Le Baron Lee – Lemon Lenz – Lewis Lickiss – Lippincott Lockwood – Long Loos – Lovejoy Lovett – Lukens Lumhotlz, Carl Llewellyn – Lloyd Lund – Lyons McAdams – McAlister McBeth, Kate C McBlain – McCaulley Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 47

MacCavley, CNB – MacCavley, Clay McCord – McCormack McCormick – MacCurdy McDermott – McDowell McEttrick, WJ McGourn – McGuire, JD McGuirr – McLaughlin MacLean, JP Mackey, HC Macmillan – Maine, ED Fragments From Maccanley, Mackenzie Etc, Folders McMillan Mallery, Garrick McGee, WJ McGillycuddy, VT McMorran – McWhorter Box 107 Malone – Marburg Marks – Marshall Martin Marvin – Maskill Mason, O 1888 – 1889 Mason, O 1890 Mason, O 1891 Mason, O 1892 Mason, O 1893 Mason, O 1894 Mason, O 1895 Mason, O 1897 Mason, O 1898 Mason, O 1899 Mason, Otis T 1900 Mason, O 1901 Massa – Massachusetts Matthews Co – Matthews, EO Matthews, Washington 1888 – 1905 Mattingle – Maxson Mazamas – Mead Meadow, C Meany – Meegan Meeker, Louis L 1894 – 1901 Memmriegey – Mengel Mercantile – Mercer Meredith – Metzzer Mexican – Miles Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 48

Miller Millet - Milne Box 108 Mindeleff, Cosmos & Victor 1890 – 1898 Minear – Minnesota Missouri – Mitchelle Moloney – Montgomery Moody – Moon Box 109 James Mooney Misc (ND) James Mooney 1889 James Mooney 1890 James Mooney 1891 James Mooney 1892 James Mooney 1893 James Mooney 1895 James Mooney 1897 James Mooney 1898 James Mooney 1899 James Mooney 1899 (Re: Pamunkey) – On Powhatan Neg Reel 69 James Mooney 1900 James Mooney 1901 James Mooney 1902 James Mooney 1903 James Mooney Aug, 1903 (Re: Cheyenne Sun Dance 81 pp) James Mooney 1904 James Mooney 1905 James Mooney 1906 Box 110 Moore Moore, AR Re: AEW Robertson and Creek Dictionary Moore, Clarence, B Moorehead, Warren K 1892 – 1899 Moorehead, Warren K 1900 – 1906 Moorehouse Moran – Morgano Morlock – Morrison Morice Morrow – Morton Moss – Moulthrop Mudd – Munn Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906

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Munoz – Muriam Murphy – Mutual Myers Muybridge, Eadweard Box 111 National Geographic Society National Museum – “NavaJo” – Nelson, CF Nelson, EW 1888 – 1903 Neumyer – Newell Newhouse – Newman New York Nicaise, A Nichols – Norwood O’Flynn – Ohio Ojyatekha – Orr Orth Ottawa – Owsley Packard – Palmer Panot – Parker Partello – Patton Payne – Peabody Peak – Peet Peirce – Pepper, G Perkins – Peterson Petitot, E – Pett Petter, Rodolphe Pettigrew, FW – Penrose Phillips Picher – Pickler Pico, Juan E Pierce (Various Forenames) Pierce, PB (Treasurer ASW) Box 112 Pillars Pilling, JC Pinart, Alphonse Pinchot – Pittier Pittsburgh – Pokagon Pollard – Pomeroy Poole – Porter Post – Postey Powell, JW 1892 – 1903 Powell Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906

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Prando – Prince Prosser – Purdy Purple – Pusey Putnam Putnam’s Sons, GP Putnam, FW 1890 – 1900 Putnam, FW 1901 – 1904 Putnam, FW 1906– 1907 Pynchion – Quigg Rockhill – Roesser Radges – Redway Reed – Rendon Reubeus – Rhode Island Rice – Richmond Ricker Rider – Ridgway Riggs, Alfred L 1889 – 1893 (not including dates of copies) Riggs, CW – Rivett Roberts Robertson, Anne Eliza Worcester Robertson – Robinson Rogers – Rosen Ross- Royal Box 113 Royce – Ruffert Rumford – Rush Russell, F 1898 – 1900 Russell, F 1901 Russell, F 1902 – 1905 Rust – Ryan Sabath – Saint Clair Saville, MH 1893 – 1904 St Onge, Louis Napoleon (Reverend) Salisbury – Salthouse Sanborn JF – Sanborn, John Pitts Sanders – San Francisco Sapir, E 1905 – 1906 Sargent, CA – Saver, G Savage (Upham) Saunders, CF – Saunders, LT Sawyer, ME – Sawyer, WL Sawyer, Wells M 1897 – 1904 Sayre, F – Scanton, DJ Schedler – Schwegler Scientific Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 51

Scott, AL – Scott, L Scribner’s Sons – Scudder, W Scull, SA – Secuer, WJ Seler, E 1899 – 1906 Sellers, GK – Seytter, E Shackleford, RS – Sharpless, A Shaw, GB – Shearer, JS Shelley, WC 1893 – 1899 Shepherd, GR – Sheridan, EJ Box 114 Sparkhawk – Speck Sherman – Shinn Shofroth, JF – Shufeldt, CL Shufeldt, RW Shugart – Silber Silver, Dilworth M Simkins – Simpson Skinner – Slaughter Smedes, ER The Smith Premier Co – Smith, HE Smith, Harlan 1893 – 1898 Smith, Harlan 1900 – 1904 Smtih, Harlan 1905 – 1906 Smith, J – Smith, WL Smolinksi – Snodgrass Snyder, JF – Sosnovec, V South Dakota – Southwest Society Southwick, GN – Southworth, JR Spencer, D – Spencer, T Sperry – Starke Starr, Frederick 1893 – 1904 Starr, LB – Stathern, John Stechert – Steinen Stephens, WH – Stevens, HJ Stevenson – Stewart Stillwell – Stockle Stoddard – Street Stuntz – Sutton Streitfeld - Students Box 115 Swan, WB – Swanson Swan, James G Swanton, John R 1900 - 1903 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906

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Swanton, John R 1904 – 1905 Swanton, MD Sweney – Syracuse Public Lib Tait – Tarbell Tardy Taylor, E – Taylor, G Taylor, Jos – Taylor, M Taylor, VW Taylor, WW Teasdale Ten Kate HFC 1889 – 1892 Textor, LE – Thacher, JB Thalbitzer, William May 26, 1902 Thomas, Cyrus 1897 – 1901 Thomas, Cyrus F 1902 – 1904 Thomas, F Thomas, J Thomas, Nellie R Thomas, Nora Thomas, R Thomas, WW Thompson, Alton H Thompson, FP Thompson, Gilbert Thompson, JG – WM Thomson, JP Thowless, HL Throop Thruston Thwaites Tierney – Tipton Todd – Tomlinson Tomsend, CW – Tooker, P Tooker, WW Torbert – Tout Townes – Townsend Tozier Tozzer Tozzer, Alfred 1902 Trask Traudt, F Traylor Tredwell Trepp – Troy Trubner True, FW Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906

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Tubb Tubbs Tucker – Tuggle Tulloch – Tuonet Turner, GH Turner, GS Turner, Lucien M Tweedale Box 116 True, FW 1889 – 1894 Twining Udden Uhle, Max Ulbricht University Publ Co Upham, W (Minn Hist Soc) Van Camp Vance – Vandergrift Co Van Dorn – Van Epps Van Gennep Van Hise (Re: AE Jenks) – Van Meter Van Voorhis, HC – Van Winckel, HH Vasey Vaughan, M – Vaughan, TW 1895 and 1897 Vaughan, T Wayland Veatch Vegreville Velasco Verworn Verwyst (Re: Ferrard Chippewa dict) Victor, AC Victoria Institute Vincent Virginia Hist Soc also Va State Library (Account of Lambatty) Viroqua, “Princess” Voeher – Voice Volk, Ernest Voniterson Voorhies Vosburgh Voth Wadsworth Waggoner – Wait Wakefield – Walcott Walker, FA – Walker, W Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 54

Walter, CE – Walters, AM Walton Wanger Ward Warden Ware Warman Warner Wartenberg Washburn – Washington Watson – Waugh Wead Webb Webber – Weber Webster Weekly Weeks Weller – Wellman Wells Wenz Werner Co Weitz – Westermann Westz – Weyl Wham Wheelau Wheeler Wheeler, Olin D Whelpley Box 117 White, D White, EE White White, James T White, M Whiteside Whitmarsh – Whittemore, CA Whittemore, IT Whittendale Wiele Wickersham, James Winnemucca, S (Subject) Wier, JE (correspondent) Wier, JM Wilbur Wilburn Wilcomb Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 55

Wilcox, Helen MC Wilder Wilder, VG Wilker Wilkie – Wilkinson Willard, CC Willard, EE Willey Williams Williams Williamson Willoughby CC Willson JM (Seminole Vocab) Wilmarth – Wilmot Wilson, A King Wilson, Eliz S Wilson, GL – Wilson, GW Wilson, H – Wilson, HE Wilson, James; Wilson, JB; Wilson, NL Wilson, RN Wilson, Thomas 1890 – 1908 (pt) Winchell Winckel Winlcok 1893 Winship, GP Winship, PD Winship, PD Windsor; Winslow; Winton Wisconsin – Wisner Wissler, Clark Withauer – Wole Wolff Wolfsohn Wood, FF Wood, Herbert Wood, J Wood, Norman B Wood, Norman B Wood, TA – Woodbridge Woodburn Box 118 Woodcock (Re: Hamilton) Wooden, AW – Worth, JG Worthington – Wotherspoons, WW Wren, Christopher Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 56

Wright, Allen (Son of) Wright, GF Wright Wulfing Wyman, WC Yates, Lorenzo G Yates Youmans Young Youth – Youtz Zayala Zimmerman, Ben ND Box 119 Subseries: Letters Received 1907 American Anthropological Association American Philosophical Society Anderson – Atteberry Ballou, HM (1907 – 1908) Ballou, HM (1909) Ballou, Sidney Barnes, BF, US Post Office Barrett, SA Barton – Bates Beauchamp, Rev WM Beckwith – Benjamin Benscote, William A Berger Bermback, Dr, Cologne Anthropological Society Beveridge, BF Bowne – Boyd Bill_ _ _ _, JS (12/23/1907, re: National Academy and P Sciences) Bogart, Rev Guy Bolton, Herbert E 1907 Bond – Booth Bowditch, Charles P Bradford, Charles S Brannon, Peter A Breton – Brigham Brink, BM Brown, Barnum Brown, Charles E Brown, Howell C – Burrows Bushnell, David I 1907 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1888-1906 Subseries: Letters Received 1907

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Bussing – Butler Box 120 Calhoun – Castor Chamberlain, AF Chambers – Chase Churchill, William Clark – Coan Coe, Charles Connell – Crane Culin, Stewart Culp – Custer Dall – Deisher DeLand – Dellenbaugh Denison – Denny Dinwiddie, William Dixon, Roland B Documents, Superintendent of (William L Post) Donnalley, Thomas Dorsey, George A 1907 Dowdle – Dubois Eames – Emmert Emmons, GT Executive Order (Theodore Roosevelt) Fairbanks – Feutriss Fewkes, J Walter Fillom – Fisher Fletcher, Alice C Florian – Forester Fowke, Gerard Fox, William Fratchenberg, Leo J Franz, SI Gates, Merrill E Gatschet, Mrs Albert S Gearheart, RH Gerrard, William Gifford, Benjamin A Gilder, Joseph B Gilder, Robert F Gilfillan – Goldborough Gordon, George – Gorham, George Gray – Grayson Green – Grossman Grosvenor – Guebhard Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1907

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Box 121 Haddon, AC Hagadorn, FT Hale – Hall Hamilton, HP Hammond, J Hugh Hamy, ET Handbook of American Indians Harrington, John P Harrington, MR Hau – Hawaii Hegone, Mrs George Henderson, John G Hendley – Henshaw Hester, Louis G Hewitt, Edgar L Hewitt, JNB Heye, George Hitt, Isaac Hodge, FW Hodge – Holmes Hogodorn – Hoopes Hough, Walter Howard, J Howland, HR Hrdlicka, Ales Huckel – Humfreville Iowa Society (Charles H Weller) Irwin – Iyer Jagger – Johnson Indian Affairs, Bureau of (Francis E Leupp) Jones, Wiley – Jones, William Judd, Albert Kelsey – Keyes Kiernan, Thomas J Kroeber, AL Kunz, George LaFlesche, Francis Land Office, Commissioner of (MA Richards) Lang – Lampton Lattimore – Laufer Lewis, AB Library Bureau Library of Congress (Herbert Putnam) Lincoln – Lockwood Long – Lubken Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1907 59

Lummis, Charles F Mason, Otis T McCormick – McMickle McWhorter, LN Macarty, Miss Jesse Mahan, FA Manchester – Mason, JA Mercer – Merrill Meyer, Henry C Box 122 Miller – Mills Milwaukee, Public Museum of (Henry Ward) Minnesota Historical Society (NH Winchell) Mitchell, J McGirk Montezuma, Carlos Montgomery, Henry Moore, Clarence B Moore, JR Mooreherd, Warren K Moran – Morley Morrow – Munsell Negahnquet, Albert New Era Printing Company New Southwest Publishing Company New York Historical Society (Robert Kelby) New York, Postmaster of Nichols, Frances – Nichols, HH Ostermann, Father Leopold Palmer, FM Palmer, William Parker, Frederick – Parker, LF Peet, Stephen D Pennsylvania Historical Society (John Jordan) Pennsylvania RR Company Pennsylvania University Museum Peterson – Petitot Piner – Porter Post Office, US (FH Hitchcock) Price, Overton Printing Office, Foreman of Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents Public Health Committee of One Hundred (J Pease Norton) Public Printer, USGPO (Charles Stillings and H Brown) Putnam, Elizabeth Putnam, FW Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1907 60

Putnam, Herbert (Librarian of Congress) Quinby, LJ Rau, John C Reagan, Albert B Reclamation Service, Department of Interior Redwood Library (Richard Bliss) Reymershoffer, Charles Reynolds – Rice Richardson – Rizer Roberts, Charles Robertson, James A Robertson, WP Robinson, Doane Roddy – Rogers Roosevelt, Theodore Rose- Ryland Sachse, Julius Sanders, JU Sands, WF Santa Fe RR Freight Agent Box 123 Sapir, Edward Sarfert – Savage Schoenberg – Schultze Scomp – Scudder Seaton – Shurtleff Silver and Burdett Co – Silver, Dilworth Simms – Smedes Smith, Clara – Smith, Katherine Soper – Sosnover Speck, FG Stanton, Robert B Stewart – Stokes Swanton, John R Teit – Thalheimer Thomas, Cyrus Thompson, Edward Thompson, LC Thornburg, VN Thwaites – Tobitt Towsend, James – Towsend, TD Tozzer, AM Trepp – Tyser Valentine – Van Nappen Verwyst, Chrysos Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1907 61

Vignaud – Von Noszky Wadsworth – Wakefield Walcott – Watkins Weber, Father Anselm Webster – Wheeler Wheelock - Wier Wildermann, C Willis, LD Willoughby, Charles Wilson, Thomas J Winchell, NH Winship, George Wisconsin Historical Society (Anne A Nunns) Wissler, Clark Wolfe – Woodward Wrattan, George Wyman, Walter Young, Egerton Zapata, Juan Box 124 Subseries: Letters Received 1908 Adams – Adler Adler Adler Allen, Matilda – Allen, PT American Museum of Natural History (Frank Chapman) American Republic International Bureau of (John Barrett) Andrews, Miss HA Andrews, JB Annan, CL Archaeological Institute of America Atkinson, S Maria Barber – Barton Beauchamp – Bent Berlin, AF Beveridge, Albert J Biashfield – Bigelow Bolton, Herbert E 1908 Bonine, EA Brown, Charles Brown, FA – Brown, Ralph Burdick, Edwin Carrico, ET Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1907 Subseries: Letters Received 1908

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Carter – Clayton Colorado Cliff Dwelling Association Congress, Librarian of (Herbert Putnam) Cory – Cravens Culin, Stewart Davidson – de Hostos Deisher, HK Dellenbaugh, Frederick Delmar – Deudonne Dixon, Jean J – Dixon, JK Dizney, Myrtle Doran – Drake Dunn, JP Eames, Wilberforce Education, Bureau of (Elmer E Brown) Emerson, NB Emmons – Engle Executives Order (T Roosevelt) Fairbanks – Fentress Fletcher, Alice C Box 125 Fewkes, Jesse Waiter Forest Service Fowke, Gerard French, Burton L Gannett, Henry Gay, Frank P Geohegan, Richard Gerrard, WR Gilder, Robert F Gilfillan – Gilmore Goddard, PE Gogorza, Ernest Gordon, GB Graham – Grayson Guebhard, A Hague – Hale Hamilton, PJ Hamilton, Robert – Harrington Hayes, Samuel Hemenway, JA Henderson, JG – Henshaw, HW Heusinger, EW Hewett, Edgar L Hewitt, JNB Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1908 63

Hitchcock – Hobbs Hollister Hollowell – Hoyt Huckel – Hudson Hunt, Fred A Hunter, HC Huntoon – Hyde Iowa, Historical Department of (Edgar R Harlan) Iyer, EK Anantha Krishna James, George Wharton Jenks –Johnson Kimball, W King, EW Kroeber, AL La Flesche, Francis Lattimore - Lawson Leech – Leon Lewis, EM Lipps – Long Love, AC – Love, William H Lucas – Lummis Marks – Matterson, DW Box 126 Matteson, Sumner W Matthews, Caroline McCann – McFadden McGuire, JD Merriam Company (de) Montluzin, A Moore, Clarence B Moore, PT Moore, William H Moore, WL Moorehead, Warren K Moran – Morrah Morrow, WH Moses, Raphael J Myer, Julius A National Geographic Society (John O Lagorce) (US) National Museum (Richard Rathbun) Newell, FH Nickerson, WB North Dakota, State Historical Society of (OG Libby) Noyes, CW Overstreet, Jesse Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1908 64

Parker – Patton Quick, Margaret W Radin, Paul Rastall – Ravenel Reagen, Albert B Republican Printing Company (William Miner) Ritter – Robinson Rossi – Royce Sapir, Edward Sapper, Madam Carl Sargent Elisa A Savage, Rev William R Sawyer, Wells M Schreitmuller, Friedrich AM Scomp, HA Sheets, JH Sheldon, Mrs George Shelley, William C Sherwood Issac Shields, GI Shirley – Shufeldt Shunatona –Sibberns Simmons, FM Skinner, Alanson Small, John Smiley, JC Smith, Harlan Smith – Smoot Somerville, HC Sosnovec, V Soule, William S Box 127 Spaulding, CE Speed – Spinden Speck, Frank G Stafford, William H Standley JE Starr, Frederick State, Department of Stebbins – Steere Stein, JL Sterling, John A Stevens, Franke Stroud Sturge, Allen Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1908 65

Sullivan Sutton, FM Sutton, George P Swales, Bradshaw H Swanton, John R Swinley, Gien H Tanner, James Tanner, OR Tawney, JA Taylor, EL Teller, HM Thompson, Edward – Thompson, Gilbert Thomas, John L Tichenor, WC Tierbaugh, JC Timmerman Titchener – Titus Tornberg, John O Treasury, Department of Tubbs, Charles Ucker, Clememt S Valter, JF Van Allen, Jennie Van Hyning, T Verwyst, Chrysostom Vierkandt, A Vondel, Joseph L War Department Wardle – Warren Weaver – Westervelt Whelpley – Willis Wilson, Frederick Wissler, Clark Worthington, TJ Wren – Wright Wyman, Walter C Wyoming, Secretary of State of Zeese, Gustav Zirkle, F Larrick Box 128 Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949 Aaserude, V – Acevedo, YJM Acevedo, Robert Perez – Acevedo, Robert Perez Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1908 Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Acker, JH – Aderente, V Adkins, HC – Akron Public Library Alabama Dept of Archives – Abum of American History Alberta University – Alger, Alice Algonquin Paper Co – Alley, WF Box 129 American Indian, Handbook Reprint [Andrews, HA – Kroeber, AL] Alliot, H – Althouse, DW Al Tosca Studio – American Association of Museums American Indians, Handbook of - Reprint [Leavitt, S – Wissler, C] American Bible Society – American Folklore, Journal of American Indian, Museum of [Burnette – Pepper, G] American Folk-Lore Society – American Indians, Soc of American Institute – American Museum of Natural History Box 130 American Naturalist – Anderson, AW Anderson, Arthur D – Andover Press Andrews, Champe S – Anthropological Inst Great Britain Anthropologie, Ecole d’ – Ariail, RL Jr Arizona Arch And Historical Society – Armstrong, Mrs Jane P Armstrong, MH – Art and Archaeology League Box 131 Art Extension Press – Ashe, Mary M Asheville Chamber of Commerce – Atkinson, Minnie Atkinson Press – Audubon Societies, National Association of Auerbach, Mrs L – Avis, JP Awtrey, Hugh R – Azua, SG Lopez de Box 132 Babb, WE – Bailey, Rev JWA Bailey, Vernon – Baker, Sherman Baker, William E – Ball, Madeline R Ball, Max W – Ballou, Dr WH Balmer, Joseph – Baltimore News, The Baltimore Sun, The Box 133 Baltz, Mrs Foster – Banzhaf, George (Banzhaf and Watson Inc) Baraga Grade School – de Baratos, Benedict Balogh – Barklow, RH Barnard, Lena F – Barrera, Juan Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949 67

Box 134 Barry, Mary J – Bassett, Jeanne Barry, J Neilson Barrett, SA – Barry, DW Baer, Frank L – Beale, Richard Bealing, Joseph J – Beavers, Sgt Ernest R Bassford, Jean A – Baurmann, Felix Box 135 Beck, AH and Co – Beckwith, Frank Beckwith, Martha W – Beegle, Hugh Beer, William – Beidler, AM Beissel, Edward – Bell, Hunter Bell, JL – Benedict, Dr AL Box 136 Benedict, CAR – Bennett, Wendell C, Dr Benson, BA – Bergmar, Clara Berkebile, Fred D – Berry, Beatrice Berry, EC – Beverly, Orin W Box 137 Bevill, Dr Cheves – Bilby, Charles Billingsley, MW – Birtcher, Virginia Bisby, Grace G – Blackett – Sample – Hummert, Inc Blackfoot Public Library – Blakeslee, S Earle Blanchard, CJ – Blessum, Ben Blied, Leo J – Blum, Miss Celia Box 138 Blumenthal, Walter Hart – Boas, Franz Boe, LW – Bolivia, Legation of Bolles, OJ - Bonney, Dr AF Boatman, Louise G – Bodler, Mrs OW Bogaskie, Frank – Boston School Committee Box 139 Bostwick, La Place – Bourscheidt, Jean Bouton, Josephine – Boyd, Mark F Boyd, Mark F – Bracke, Otto W Boy Scouts

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Box 140 Brackett, Mr DH – Branch, Mrs Minnie Branch, William E – Brazil, Biblioteca Nacional Brazil, Historical Social – Bridges, E Lucas Bridges, Styles – Britton, Wiley Broadus, Mr EK – Brookbank, Thomas W Brookfield, Charles M – Brown, Bill Box 141 Brown Brothers – Brown, Guy O Brown, Harry J – Brown, Wilbur C Brown, Wm B – Browne, William B Browell, Charles E – Brunstetter, George Brunswick Board of Trade – Bryan, Kirk Bryan, Robert N – Buschweitz, Mary Buck, Emma H – Buffington, Joseph Buffman, Clara – Bullock, Miss V Fern Box 142 Bullowa, Ralph JM – Burdick, Usher L Burroughs, Amy D – Bushnell, David I, Jr Burford, Charlotte S – Burrill, Miss J Bushnell, GHS – Byrum, Robert H Box 143 Cabaoosa, George – Callahan, Robert E California, The Book Club of – Campbell, Ross Campbell, WS Camper, AB – Cantwell, George G Cape Town University – Carlton, WR Box 144 Carmack, Effie Marques – Carsow, FH Carter, Albert E – Cassedy, EG Chance, Dr Burton – Chase, Dr Will H Cassidy, Gerald – Champlin, Carroll D Box 145 Chastain, JG – Chilocco Indian Agricultural School Chilocco Indian Training School – Clark, Mrs AS Clark, Arthur H (Co) – Clark, JC Clark, Percy – Cleveland, AG Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Cleveland, AS – Cocks, Edmunds Box 146 Cocle, Expedition – Cole, Cyrenus Colonial Dames of America – Colorado Springs Park Commissioners Colorado, The State Historical Society of – Colton, FB Colton, Dr Harlod S Colton, Jeanne H – Columbia Phonograph Co, Inc Columbia University Library – Columbia University Press Columbus Dept of Public Recreation – Commission of Conservation Commons, AB – Congdon, Elizabeth Congregational Publishing Society – Connolly, F Conner, GF – Conner, RDW Conowingo Dam Conrad, CL – Cook, Ella Robb Cook, Emily S – Cook, Willis D Cooke, Anne M – Coontz, JL Cooper, Bessie – Cootes, HH Box 147 Cole, Fay – Cooper – Colley, Arthur G Colley, CD – Collier’s Collier’s Readers Research Bureau Collins, A Frederick – Collins, Harry Collins, HB 1927 – 1949 Collins, HB Alaskan Archaeology (PWA) Collins, Henry B 1924 – 1926 Collins, HM – Colombia, Nacional, Economia Box 148 Copeland, DG – Corey, CM Corey, Caroline H – Cornyn, JH Coronet – Coshocton Public Library Cosmopolitan Magazine – Cotter, John M Cottman, George S – Covey, CC Coville, FV – Cox, Naomi D Cox, PE Coyne, James – Crambelt, MI Cramer, Guy H – Crane, WR Cranford, CG – Crawbuck, George Crawford, FE – Crawford, Wetona L Creager, CE – Crews, FC Crimmins, Col Martin L Crismon, Maye – Crookshank, H Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Box 149 Crosby, DC – Crouch, Lloyd S Crow, Charles L Crow, W Bernard – Crump, Dame Ellen Phelps Cruse, FT – Culbertson, Thaddeus, MS Culin, Stewart – Culwell, Mogye Cummings, Byran – Curbishley, David L Curl, LF Curliss, MM – Curry, Jewel Curtin, Jeremiah – Curtin, RG Curtis, EG – Curtiss, EE Cushing, Tom – Custer, Milo Cutchin, JE – Cuzzort, B Dade Memorial Commission – Daily Svornost Daisley, HH – Daly, Marcus Dam, Everett S – Daniel, JW Daniel, Nina – Dare, EW Box 150 Darley, K – Davenport, Charles B Davenport, Mrs Don – Davidson, JN Davidson, Jeannette S – Davis, Dr CW Davis, Cornell – Davis, Edwin H Davis, John A – Davis, Ralph M Davis, Ewin L – Davis, Jefferson Davis, Randall – Dawson, James C Jr Dawson, John W – Day, Gordon M Day, Kermit – Dean, WB de Aparicio, Francisco – Deering, James Dees, Mrs IM – Deitrick, James de Jong, de Josselin – Delano, Warren B Box 151 Delany, Lyons FH – Dell, Jeannette Dellenbaugh, Frederick S – deLue, Willard Deluxe Laboratories, Inc – Demetracopoulon, Dorothy Deming, EW – Deming, Therese de Mortillet, Madam Grunevald – Dening, RC Denlinger, Elmer – Denny and Company, Edward Densmore, Frances ---- Letters pertinent to cut in BAE appropriation affecting her work Densmore, Francis 1907 Densmore, Francis 1908 Densmore, Francis 1909 Densmore, Francis 1910 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Box 158 Earle, Charles T 1920 Earle, Charles T 1920 – 1939 Earle, William P – Eaton, Fred C Edelston, J – Edwards, LK Jr Eaton, Kenneth – Eddy, JR Edwards, R – Egerton, Frank Eggan, FR – Einstein, Francis F Eisele, RC – Eldermann, Dorothy Eldon, FE – Elliott, CN Elliott, EM Elliott, EM (cont) Elliott, Frank C – Elmer, Robert P Box 159 Elmer, WHH – Embree, Edwin R Emerson, Arvilla A – Emmons, GT Emmons, RD – Endicott, JV Endicott, Washington I – von Engeln, OD English, WC – Erdis, Ellwood C Erdmour, Fred W – Erwin, Richard P Erwin, Wasey and Co Inc – Essington, AV Estabrook, Harold K – Ethnographie, Internationales Archiv Fur Eth Emergency Fund Eth Emergency Fund (cont) Etter, Charles – Evans Brothers, Limited Evans, CL – Evans, SC Evans, UB – Everts, Fred J Box 160 Ewens, Minnie S – Ezekiel, Herbert T Fabyan, Warren W – Farabee, WC Farfan, P – Farrand, Livingston Farrar, JB – Faulkner, JW Fauntleroy, JD – Fehlinger, H Feind, Adolph A – Fenton, EF Fenton, Dr William N (pt) Records of BAE, Fenton, WN Fenton, Dr William N (cont) Ferbol, R – Fernald, Adelbert Ferree, Helen – Fewkes, JB Fewkes, JW 1910 – 1911 Fewkes, JW 1912 – 1914 Fewkes, JW 1915 – 1917 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Frachtenburg, LJ 1916 Frachtenburg, LJ 1917 - 1923 Box 164 Fraley, Elizabeth – Frank, Dr Maria Frankeberger, Rena – Freeman, Ethel Catler Freeman, Jasper – Freeman, Merrill P Freire Marreco, B French, Burton L – Friends of the Middle Boarder Friends Press – Frohberg, Mrs Edwin G Frohlin, John – Fullbright, J William Fuller, Bina L – Fuvonin, Helmi D Gall, DD August Fraherr V – Gallic, H Norman G and C Merriam Company – Galey, Thomas M Galligan, Alice – Gangong, WF Gann, Thomas Box 165 Gannett, Henry – Gardner, AP Gardner, Beatrice S – Garner, AW Garner, Mrs HT – Gates, ME Gates, Ruth L – Gault, Charles B Gaultier, Juliette – Gaynor WC, Rev Gearhart, OC – General Foods Corporation General Motors Corporation – George Many Wounds George Murphy Inc – Georgia Archaeology, Society fn Georgia Dept of Archives and History – Gibbs, George A Giberson LD – Gideon, George D Gidley, JW 1924 – 1927 – Giffin, Philp G Box 166 Gifford, Dr Edward W – Giles, Lillian B Gill, DeLancey – Gill, William H Gillen, Peter – Gilfry, Henry H Gilliam, Charles Edgar – Gilmer, William S Gilmore, Melvin R – Gini, Corrado Ginn and Company – Girl Scouts GiHings HU – Glovier, David F Glovin, I – Godwin, Larry Goebelsman, Henry A – Gohl, EH Gold Book, The – Goldstein, Marcus S Goldthwaite, Helen – Good, Mrs William Harmar Box 167 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Box 171 Harrington, John Peabody 1928 Harrington, John Peabody 1929 Harrington, John Peabody 1930 Harrington, John Peabody 1931 Harrington, John Peabody 1932 Harrington, John Peabody 1933 Harrington, John Peabody 1934 Harrington, Kathalee – MR Harris, P Randolph Re: Galt Diary Harris – Harrold Harrold – Hartland Hartley – Haskell Box 172 Haskin Information Bureau 1921 - 1924 Haskin Information Bureau 1925 (1/25-6/25) Haskin Information Bureau 1925 (7/25-12/25) Haskin Information Bureau 1926 Haskin Information Bureau 1927 Haskin Information Bureau 1928 Haskin Information Bureau 1929 (1/29-4/29) Haskin Information Bureau 1929 (5/29-12/29) Haskin Information Bureau 1930 (1/30-6/30) Haskin Information Bureau 1930 (7/30-12/30) Haskin Information Bureau 1931 (1/31-4/31) Haskin Information Bureau 1931 (5/31-12/31) Box 173 Haskin Information Bureau – 1932 Haskin Information Bureau – 1933, 1934, and 1935 Haskin Information Bureau – 1936 Haskin Information Bureau – 1937 – 1939 Haskin Information Bureau – 1940 Haskin Information Bureau – 1941 Haskin Information Bureau – 1942 – 1944 Haskin Information Bureau – 1945 – 1946 Haskin Information Bureau – 1947 – 1949 Haskin, Leslie L – Hassler, HH Hassrick, Royal B – Hastings, WW Hayden, Carl Head, Clara – Heavrin, Charles A Jr Hebard, Grace R

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Box 174 Hatt, Gudmund – Hauslow, John A Hausmann, Phillip Wiliam Hatch, Blanchard – Havehill Public Library Hawaii, University of – Hawkes, EW Hawaii Hawkes, John – Hawley, RF Hay, BE – Hayes, Stanley WC Hayes, Vernon H – Hazzard, CD Hebbe, O – Heide, Lawrence W Heider, E – Heizer, Robert F Held, Ann – Henderlite, Harry B Henderson, J – Henderson, Archibald Henderson, DE – Henderson, Kenneth A Hendidon, Maude – Henry, FW Henry (HS) and Son – Hensel, Bruckmann and Lorbacher, Inc Box 175 Henshaw, HW – Hermann, Pantaleon Hermannsson, Halldor – Hertz, Rudolf Herzberger, RG – Heydrick, Josephine, S Hewitt, Caroline – Hewitt, Edwin Hewitt, EL 1910 – June 1911 Hewett, EL July 1911 – 1912 Hewett, EL 1913 – July 1914 Hewett, EL September 1914 – 1916 Hewett, EL 1917 – 1945 Hewitt, JNB 1907 – 1915 Hewitt, JNB 1916 – May 1919 Hewitt, JNB June 1919 – 1927 Hewitt, JNB 1928 - 1937 Box 176 Hewitt, Wanda – Heye, George G Heyl, HS – Heysinger, EW Hiatt, HM – Higgins, EL Higgins, FB – Hiler, M Hilger, M Inez – Sept 12, 1939 – Feb 11, 1942 Hilger, M Inez Hill, Annett H – Hiller, WR Hilliard, Dorothy C – Hind, JC Hinde and Dauche Paper Company – Hipes, HV Hirsch, Henry – Hixson, Robert Hoadley, AE – Hodgdon, Stuart Wood Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Box 177 Ethnology, Bureau of Hodge Holmes 1908 – Dec 19009 Ethnology, Bureau of Hodge – Holmes 1910 – 1911 Ethnology, Bureau of Hodge – Holmes 1912 – 1914 Ethnology, Bureau of Hodge – Holmes 1915 – 1917 Hodge, FW 1911- 1949 Hodge, Mrs Helen M – Hodson, Clarence Hodson, TC – Hoffman, Frederick L Hoffman, J Ogden – Hofsinde, Bob Hogan, WW – Holder, Preston Holdinghausen, H – Holman, Carrie E Holman, Nelson A> - Holmes, WH Holmes, WH Box 178 Holsted, John – Hommy, HO Honduras Expedition Honeyman, JRC – Hoover, EG Hopatcong Park and Bear Pond Land Co Inc – Hordman, HH Horicon Free Library – Hosterman, AD De Hostos, Adolfo – Hotz, Gottfried Houck and Company – Hough, Walter Houghton, John – Howard, CW, Jr Howard, EE – Howard, JD Howard, John K – Hoyt, JW Hrdlicka, Ales 1/10/1910 – 7/17/1926 Hrdlicka, Ales – Hubbell, Robert L Box 179 Hubble, Mrs SW – Huffman, Clarence Huffman, John W – Hull, Charles H Hull, Mary – Humphrey, WB Humphreys, Benjamin G – Hunt, William L Hunter, Albert S – Hunziker, Walter J Hurd, Henry M – Hutchinson, Will Hutchman, Mrs Jean S – Hyde, Fillmore Hyde, George E – Hynds, John Ibero – American de Publicaciones – Ike, Mary Ikton: - Improved Order of Red Man INCA – Indian Historical Research Lab – Indian Names Indian Print Shop – Indian Tribal Arts, Inc Indian Archaeological Society – Indiana University Indianapolis Art Association – Informative Classroom Picture Publishers

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Box 180 Ingalls, GW Ingalls, Sally Sheffield – Ingraham, LH Ingram, Charles L – International Bureau Against Alcoholism Institute of Social Anthropology 7/29/41 – 11/20/47 Institute of Social Anthropology 3/5/48 – 11/4/49 International Business Machine Col – Iobst, Robert A Rev Iola Register, The – Iroquois Publishing Company Irvine, Boysen – Isaacs, GE Isakovics, N Upshur – Izaak Walton Leauge Jablonower, Joseph – Jackson, ES Jackson, Frank – Jackson, Mattie Jackson National Guard Armony – Jackson, WH Jacksonville Public Library – Jacobs, Jeff Jacobs, Melville Box 181 Jacobs, Ruth – Jaeger, Robt A Jager, George O Jager, George O (cont) Jaisohn, (Philip) and Co – James, CC James, George W James, Janet M – Jamieson, Rosina Janowski, Aleksander – Jarvis, Louise Huntington (Mrs TE) Jastrow, Joseph – Jayms and Son, Inc Dr D Jeancon, JA 1910 – 1918 Jeancon, JA 1919 – 1920 Jeancon, JA 1921 Jeancon, JA 1922 – 1923 Jeancon, JA 1924 – 1930 Jeancon, JA 1931 – 1935 Box 182 Jeep, Fred – Jenkins, Carolyn L Jenkins, DE Jenkins, G Manigault – Jenks, WL Jennesss, Dr Diamond – Jenson, Einert Jenson, Norman L – Jipson, NW Jochelson, Waldemar Johannsen, Albert – John Crearar Library John C Winston Company, The – John, Iris John Herron Art Inst, The – Johnson, AG Johnson, A Holmes – Johnson, Evelyn Johnson, EG Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Johnson, Frederick Dr – Johnson, Herbert H Johnson, Inez – Johnson, Stephen S Johnson, TC – Johnston, WA Johnstone, HCG – Jonassen, Enoch Arden Jones, Alfred W – Jones, Ethel Box 183 Jones, Mrs. Frank F. – Jones, John R. Jones, Laura M. – Jones, Nellie Rowe Jones, Paul A. – Jones, T. Jones, Vincent – Jonitis, Peter P. Jonsdotter, A.– Jorgensen, Earl W. Jose, E.P. – Judd, F.L. Juanita College – Juvonen, Helmi D. Judd Neill 1975 – 1921 Judd Neill 1924 – 1936 Judson Camp Fire – Juneau, John Kaake, H.E. – Kallen, R.M. Kalnik, Andrew – Kane, K. Kansas City Museum – Karst, Walter F. Karsten, Rafael Kassel, Marilyn – Kayser, Gertrude C. Kea, W.D. – Keene, Roger L. Box 184 Keener, A.D. – Keller and Company Keller, Arthur S. – Kelley, Rose A. Kellogg, George W. – Kellogg, W.T. Kelly, A.R. Kelly, B.W. – Kelly, Howard A. Kelly, William – Kelsey, F.W. Kelly, Isabel – Kelly, T.R. Kelsey, G.W. – Kemal, Salh Eddine Kemble, Arthur C. – Kendall, Ruth H. Kenn, Chas. W. – Kennedy, M.S. Kennedy, William D. – Kent, Susan Kentucky Geological Survey – Kerilles, Rear Admiral Kerkhoff, E.H. – Kerry, Frank Kerr, J.C. – Kessen, G.J. Kessler, Charles N. – Ketridge, E.R. Kettering, Charles V. – Kidd, Monroe M. Box 185 Kidder, A.V. 1915-1924 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Kidder, A.V. 1925-1946 Kienberger, Gus – Kimsey, Frank Kincaid, Bob – King, Dale S. King, E.W. King, Elizabeth – King, Stella King, W.A. – King, William H. Kingdon-Ward, Captain F. – Kinney, L.L. Kinnicutt, L.H. – Kircher, Joseph C. Kirk, Hugh – Kirschke, Rudolf Kissell, Mary Lois 1911-1920 Kissell, Mary Lois 1921 Kissell, Mary Lois 1922-1926 Box 186 Kissell, Mary Lois 1927-1930 Kissell, Mary Lois 1931-1932 Kissell, Mary Lois 1932-1941 Kissick, M.A. – Klein, Captain Louis H. A. Klemencic, Rudolph – Knauf, Ernest Knaus, Vincent L. – Knight, Mabel F. Knight, O.C. – Knotts, A. F. Knowles, A.J. – Kofler, Dr. Oswald Kohlberg, Erich – Korwan, Anton Kosmos, Gerellschaft der Naturfreunde – Kovatch, Frank Kozlowski, Mrs. Joseph S. – Krauss, Fredrich S. Krebs, Higday Lela – Kresse, Hans G. Krickeberg, W. – Krieger, Alex D. Krieger, Herbert W. – Krimsky, Emanuel Box 187 Kroeber, A.L. 1909-1913 Kroeber, A.L. 1914-1915 Kroeber, A.L. 1916 Kroeber, A.L. 1917 Kroeber, A.L. 1918-1920 Kroeber, A.L. 1921-1931 Kroeber, A.L. 1932-1938 Kroeger, Patricia Ann – Kuenzel, Rev. L. Kuethe, J. Louis – Kunz, George F. Kurtz, Alice N. Kurtz, Benjamin T. – Kute, E.C. LaBarre, Westin – Lafayette Home and School Box 188

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LaFlesche, Francis 1910-1911 LaFlesche, Francis 1912 LaFlesche, Francis 1913-1915 LaFlesche, Francis 1916-1923 LaFlesche, Francis 1925-1932 LaFleur, Laurence J. – Lake, H.H. Lake, Iktomi Dutch – Lake, William C. Lakey, Howard T. – Lamm, L. M. Lamme, Corinne – Lamme, Vernon LaMotte, Viola – Landis, H.K. Landphair, E.P. – Lange, Charles H. Lange, Walter H. – Lanston, Aubrey Lanstroum, O.M. – Larkner, Ed Box 189 Larner, William Jr. Larner, William Jr. Laros, C.W. – Lassetter, J.M Lassor, C.M. – Lasky, John E Latin American Expedition 1931 Latin American Expedition 1931 (cont’d) Latin American Expedition 1931 (cont’d) Latin American Expedition 1931 (cont’d) Latin American Expedition 1932-1942 Latrobe, Osmun – Laughlin, Harry H. Laughlin, J.W. – Lavine, Morris Lavrischeff, Ms. T.I. – Lawrence, Alice J. Lawrence, Arthur R. – Lawson, Mrs. Robert E. Lawton, Amy C. – Lea, Lawrence Leach, Mrs. Gus – Leary, Ella Leatherbee, Mrs. Brigham – Leavitt, Charles H. Box 190 Leavitt, Scott – Lednum, G.T. Lee, Mrs. A – Lee, W.T. Leech, J.A. – Legal Aid Society, The LeGrand, Nelson L. – Leighton, M.M. Leinan, Mary – Lemmon, T.G. Lemoine, Rev. G. – Leon, N. Leonard, Mrs. Fern E. – Lesse, Stanley Lesser, Alexander – Lester, R.T. Leszen, Helen – Levinstein, S.O.J. Levis, Frederick H. – Lewis, C. Lewis, David J. – Lewis, Norman Lewis, Tom – Lewis, W.J. Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Melish, Mrs. Thomas – Menendez, Carlos Zevallos Meriwether, Aglae G. – Merriam, G & C Company Mensch, Charles H. – Meredith, Grace E. Merriam, John C. – Merrill, Robert V. Merritt, Allen – Methodist Episcopal Church South Board of Missions Box 197 Metraux, Alfred Metro Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures – Mexico, Manuel Gamio Mexico, Anthropologia Sociedad – Mexico, Relaciones Exteriores Mexico, Social Sciences in – Michel, Alex Michelson, Truman (1910-1911) Michelson, Truman (1912) Michelson, Truman (1913) Michelson, Truman (1914) Michelson, Truman (1915-1916) Michelson, Truman (1917-1920) Michelson, Truman (1921-1923) Box 198 Michelson, Truman (1924-1929) Michelson, Truman (1930-1932) Michelson, Truman (1933-1939) Michelstetter, Lois – Micuta, B.F. Middle American Information Bureau – Middleton, Rev. S. Midjaas, Nedra – Millard, Clifford Millard, Mildred B. – Miller, Finis E. Miller, G.M. – Miller, Louise Miller, M.C. – Miller, Walter S. Miller, Warner D. – Mills, William A. Millspaugh, W.H. – Milwaukee Public Museum Box 199 Mims, Clarence – Minnesota Historical Society Minnesota Social Security – Mississippi Department of Archives and History Mississippi Geological Survey – Missouri, State of, Game and Fish Department Missouri Historical Society (1 of 2) Missouri Historical Society (2 of 2) Missouri Resources Museum Commission Missouri State Teachers College – Mize, J & T Moberly, C.E. – Molbech, O.C. Moldenhauer, Fritz – Monks, Minnie M. Monmouth County Historical Association – Montague, Nellie, Murphy

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Box 200 Montana Department of Public Instruction – Moon, Karl Mooney, James (1908-1916) Mooney, James (1916-1934) Moore, Allen L. – Moore Cottrell Subscription Agencies Moore, Dennis – Moores, Merrill Moorehead, Warren K. (1911-1914) Moorehead, Warren, K. (1915-1921) Moorehead, Warren, K. (1922-1938) Moorman, John W. – Morgan, K.P. Box 201 Morgan, O.L. – Morland & Impey Limited Morley, Sylvanus, G. Mormon, Book of (Anderson – Jackson, Charles L.) Mormon, Book of (Leigh, K.B. – Zollinger, J.L.) Morrell, Lou – Morris, Roy Morrison, Mrs. Charles K. – Mortensen, Teresa Morthland, Rex J. – Moses, D.L. Mosher, D.A. – Moylan, Katherine Z. Mucci, Ninfa B.B. – Muir, John M Box 202 Muirhead, J.H.H. – Murdock, William Murie, James R. Muriel, James – Murphy, Thelma M. Murray, Elizabeth S. – Myer, Virginia F. Myer, W.E. Myer, W.E. – Myrick, Mary D. Nadeau, Gabriel – Nashville Post Office National Advertising Service – National Geographic Magazine National Geographic Society Box 203 National Parks Association – Nebraska State Legal Department Nebraska State Historical Society – Nebraska, University of Needham, James – Nelson, Borris Erich Nelson, H.W. – Neuwerk, R.P. Nevada, Governor of – NeWJersey State Planning Board New Mexico, Archaeological Society of – New Mexico, Museum of New Mexico, State Teachers College – New York Historical Society Newhall, H.M. & Co. – Newton, Helen New York Public Library, The – Newark Star, The Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Newberg, Dorothy – Newell, Rev. Wm. B. Box 204 Newton, J.J. – Nimuendaju, Curt Ninnes, Mrs. Mario – Nordquist, Delmar Norfleet, M. W. Jr. – North American, The North Carolina Archaeological Society – North Dakota, Governor of North Dakota Historical Society – Northwestern University Norton, Edmund – Nystrom, Carl E. O’Brien, James – O’Mahoney, Joseph C. O’Nan, Martha – O’Sullivan, J.B. Oakes, Mrs. Charles R. – Odell, Mrs.E.B. Odell, Tomas E. – Oetzel, Harold Box 205 Office Equipment Supply Co. – Ohio State Museum Ohio State University – Olafson, Sigrus Olbrecht, Frans M. (1926-1928) Olbrecht, Frans M. (1929-1937) Olcott, Frank L. Jr. – Opie, Everett G. Opie, Mrs. Thomas R. – Osborn, Stellanova Osborn, E.D. – Osten, George, G. Ostrow, Al – Owem Publishing Co. Owen, Roger W. – Page, Lena Box 206 Page, Mrs. W.D. – Palmer, Joseph A. Palmer, L.M. – Payn, Elias J. Paramount Pictures Inc. – Parker, E.W. Parker, G.E. – Parkinson, E.J. Parkinson, Robert R. – Pearson, David Parson, Elise Clews – Partoll, Albert J. Parton, Mrs. A.T. – Patterson, Lawrence E. Patterson, Norman L. – Patus, Raymond Payne Expedition (A.W. Payne and W.D. Strong) Payne, Brooke – Peabody Museum Box 207 Peabody, Charles – Pearce, Haywood. J. Pearce, J.E. Pearce, Mrs. L.B. – Peicrce, Lottie Mildred Pekrul, Leota – Pennsylvania, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Historical Commission – Pennsylvania, University Museum of Pensacola Commercial Association – Perrin, P.G. Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949 89

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Walker, James S. (1 of 3) Walker, James S. (2 of 3) Walker, James S. (3 of 3) Walker, Lelia B. – Walker, Paul A. Walker, Robert M. – Walker, Wesley S. Walker, W.M. Box 233 Wall, Clinton – Wallace, D.D. Walling, Harry G. – Wallis, David Edward Wallis, Wilson D. Wallace, David L. – Wallace, William T. Walmsley, H.R. – Walter, Paul A.F. Wannamaker, John – Wansart, Eric Wanzitzs, Waubin – Ward, J.V. Ward, Jack – Ward, R.L. Ward-Stilson Company, The – Wardle, H. Newell Ware, Arthur – Waring, Van Vechten Warndof, F. – Warner, S.A. Jr. Warner, S.C. – Warren, Lindsay C. Warren, Louise – Washburne, Carl G. Washington Academy of Medicine – Washington Information Bureau Washington News Co., The – Washington, University of Washington University, Secretary of – Wasserscherd, A.A. Waterbury, W.B. – Waterhouse, Leon J. Box 234 Walters, Beatrice R. – Walton, Ray H. Waters, Bessie – Watkins, J. Elfreth Watkinson Library – Watson, Elmo Watson, Edith Latta (1 of 2) Watson, Edith Latta (2 of 2) Watson, Elmo Scott – Watson, W.L. Watterman, T.T. (1 of 3) Watterman, T.T. (2 of 3) Watterman, T.T. (3 of 3) Watt, Echo – Waugh, Joseph Waushara, Argus – Waynick, L.C. Weadcock, B.F. – Weaver, Harriet E. Webb, Addison – Webb, Dolphine Webb, W. Franklin – Webb, W.P. Webb, William R. Webb, William S. Box 235 Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Whittier College – Whitworth, Frances W. Whymant, Neville – Wickersham, E.G. Wickersham, Harry – Wickersham, Victor Wickerham, H.T. – Wierman, O.C. Wieschhoff, Heinz – Wiggins, Thomas Wigmore, J.H. – Wilbur, C. Martin Wilburn, Doris M. – Wilburn, W.S. Wilcox, A.M. Wilcox, Arthur T. – Wilcox, Walter F. Wild, E.P. – Wilde, O.J Box 238 Wilde, Samuel H. – Wilding, Anthony W. Wilds, Sophie – Wilhelm, D.C. Wilk, Rosalyn – Wilkinson, Thomas Will, L.B. – Willett, Roy B. Willetts, Jane – Willey, Gordon R. Willey, Gordon R. Willey, Phoebe Thompson – William and Mary College Quarterly Williams, A.A. – Williams, Bruce Williams, C.F. and Son, Inc. – Williams, F.L. Williams, Frederic Allen – Williams, James Williams, John D. – Williams Photo Co. Williams, R.L. Williams, S.A. – Williams, Vivian William, W.G. – Williamson, H. Williamson, R.W. – Willis, Linne Dozier Willis, R.S. – Willy, G. Wilmer, A.P. – Wilson, George A. Wilson, Harry – H.W. Wilson Co. Wilson, Henry Dalzell – Wilson, Jack B. Wilson, Jim – Wilson, Luther Wilson, Maud M. – Wilson, R.E. Wilson, Samuel K. – Wilson, Thomas P. Wilson, Virginia M. – Wiltsie, Llwyn Windesheim, Karl A. – Winecoff, Thomas E. Wines, L.D. – Winona Assembly and Bible Co. Winship, George Parker Winslett, A.F. – Winston, Ellen Box 239 Winston, John C. Co. – Winter Veterans Administration Hospital Winter, W.J. – Winthrop, H.R. Wirebaugh, Harold J. -- Wirtz, L. Wisconsin Archeological Society – Wisconsin State Historical Society Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949

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Wisconsin, The University of – Wise, Harold G. Wise, Jennings C. – Wise, J.W. Wistar Inst. of Astronomy and Biology – Weatherspoon, M.M. Wisely, C.E. Wissler, Clark Witte Memorial Museum – Wolbers, Ed. L. Wolcott, Roger – Wolfe, E. Wolfe, Mike Healy – Wolff, William A. Wolseley, Lady – Woman Press Wonder, Denny – Wood, Charles Morgan Wood, Charles W. – Wood, Harold S. Wood, James L. – Wood, Leonora W. Wood, John Wood, N.B. – Wood, William Woodall, Alma E. – Woodhams, Robert Woodman, Henry – Woodward, E.N. Woodward, Arthur – Wooten, John M. Worcester Art Museum – World Adventure Series World Book Company World Space Encyclopedia – Worthington, J.D. Worthington, Katharine – Wright, A.K. Box 240 Wright, Berlin Hart – Wright C.S. Wright, Cecil – Wright, Harry Bernard Wright, I.A. – Wright, Margaret Wright, Mary J. – Wright, Victoria H. Wright, Walter M. – Wullschleger, Otto J. Wunderly Brothers – Wynecoop, Nancy Wynkoop, Minnie – Wyomissing Glazed Paper Co. Yaeckel, M. Peter – Yale University Press Yancy, J.W. II – Yates, Frederick W. Ybarle, J. Albert – Yocom, Fred Yoder, Ruth – York Water Co. Yost, G.O – Young, J.B. Young James S. – Young, Levi Edgar Young, Lilly – Young Men’s Christian Association Young, Paul J. – Yucatan Assoc. for Preservation of Archaeological Monuments Zachary, James G. – Zautner, Carl Zentralblatt Für Anthropologie – Zillmer, C.J. Zeiber, W.H. – Zench, W.E. Zimmerman, Charles L. Zimmerman, H.E. Zimmerman, H.G. – Zimmerman, J. Hubert Zimmerman, Mark E. Zingg, Ottway C. – Zuber, Leo J. Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1909-1949 99

Zuber, R.L. – Zwick, K.H. Box 241 Subseries: Letters Received 1950-1964 Abbott, Arthur – Alter, Robert Ambrose, Michael – American Indian Hobbiest American Museum of Nat. History – Ansell, Samuel. American Institute of Man (1 of 3) American Institute of Man (2 of 3) American Institute of Man (3 of 3) American Museum of Natural History -Anthony, George A. – Ayoob, Jos. C. Badon, J. Ballard, Arthur Box 242 Bab – Bar Barn – Bell Belr – Bl Bm – Bq Bra – Bros Box 243 Brow – Bry Bs – By Caa – Cap Caq – Caz Ce – Clap Clark Clark – Clo Box 244 Coa – Conk Conn – Coz Cra – Cz Da – DeG DeH – Dex Box 245 Densmore, Frances Densmore, Frances Df – Doo Series 1. Correspondence Subseries: Letters Received 1950-1964 100

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Mississippi, Dept. of Archives and History National Research Council Nebraska, University of Oklahoma Historical Society Phillips Academy San Diego Museum Science Southeast Museum Utah, University of Wisconsin, University of Yale University Miscellaneous Papers Relating to Cooperative Fund

SERIES III: MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATIVE FILES, 1929-1946 10 inches This series reflects the administrative activities of the BAE from 1929 to 1946. Records found among the series include correspondence, office memoranda, annual reports, circulars, notes, lists, meeting minutes, official notices, research statements, conduct reports, and plans of operation. The records largely concern budgetary matters, ethnological and archaeological investigations, and civil services regulations of the Work Progress Administration. They highlight the Bureau’s relationship with its parent organization, and the effects of World War II on BAE operations. Records in this series are arranged alphabetically by subject. Box 284 W.P.A, Archaeological Applications Abbot, Dr. Charles G. Annual Reports, General Annual Report, 1936-37 Annual Report, 1942-43 Annual Report, 1943-44 Annual Report, 1944-45 Annual Report, 1945-46 Anthropologists, Examination for Budget Hearings Bureau of the Budget Treasury Department Civil Service Regulations Civil Service Standards Classification Sheets Classification Sheet Blanks Committee on Research Conduct Report, 1922-23 Series 2. Cooperative Ethnological Investigations Series 3. Miscellaneous Administrative Files, 1929-1946 112

Estimates of Appropriations Box 285 Fr. Francisco de Figneroa – Report of the Missions of the Order of Jesuits in the Land of the Mayans, 1904. Minutes of Staff Meeting Miscellaneous Official Notices, 1944-46 National Research Council Plan of Operation Reclassification Sheet Request for Books and Pamphlets 1947 Smithsonian Institution, A Description of its Work, 1947 Smithsonian Institution, Its Organization and Activities Statement of Fieldwork, 1930 Suggestions Regarding Administrative Changes Wetmore, Dr Alexander Works Progress Administration (Personnel), 1947

SERIES IV: MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATIVE FILES, 1949-1965 1.67 linear feet This series reflects the administrative activities of the BAE from 1949 to 1965. Records found among the series include correspondence, notes, lists, office memoranda, official notices, research statements, research proposals, grant applications, and travel forms. These records relate to routine BAE business, including the organization of its research projects, production of its publications, management of its library and archive, and maintenance of its office space. The series also includes numerous summaries of BAE accomplishments and letters in support of its work, highlighting Smithsonian Institution plans to incorporate the Bureau into another department or unit. Records are arranged alphabetically. Box 286 Archaeological Project Accomplishments, BAE Application for Grant in Aid BAE Archives BAE Equipment BAE Highlights BAE Publications Reprinted Outside SI Building Program Bureau of Anthropology Series 3. Miscellaneous Administrative Files, 1929-1946 Series 4. Miscellaneous Administrative Files, 1949-1965

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Bureau of Ethnology Burns, R.L Ceramics Cave, Ala. [1956-1957, Russell Cave] Classification Survey Sheet, 1961-1963 Correspondence Regarding Indians [1961] Distribution of Time – BAE for NAS Federal Educational Program Filing Space – Records Fluid Research Fund Ford Foundation Function of the BAE Box 287 Harrington, J.P Honors, Medals and Citations – BAE Importation of Cultural Material Indian Claims Commission – Background Material for BAE Archives Institute of Social Anthropology International Matters Irvine, F.R. ISLETA Library of BAE Library Survey Laboratory, BAE Loans, BAE Management Improvement 1950 Management Improvement 1951-1953 Management Improvement 1954 Box 288 Management of Research Manuscript Correspondence Map of Indian Village McDermott, J.F. Memos, Dr. Ripley’s Middle American Handbook Minority Group Employment Miscellaneous Correspondence Miscellaneous Reports Museum of Man National Science Foundation National Science Foundation 1960 Navajo-English Dictionary New York Program [Drucker], 1954-1955

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Office Memoranda Box 289 Office Space – BAE Organization Chart – BAE (RBS) Photographic Requirements Purchase – Collections Questionnaires – BAE Reference List Records – Non-records Material Regents 1961-1963 Regents, Board of Regents Report for 1959-1960 Research Associates – BAE Research Program Research Program 1949 Research Program 1950-1956 Research Program 1957 Research Program 1957-1958 Research Program 1959 Science Information Exchange South American Indian Handbook Space Requirements – BAE Special Funds Statement of BAE Research Projects, 1960-1964 Travel Travel Authorization Trips – Reports on by BAE Staff Members Work of the BAE – Justification

SERIES V: RECORDS CONCERNING THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINT COLLECTION, 1899-1919 2.5 inches This series relates to the BAE’s extensive photograph collection. Records include lists, letters and notes relating to the various photographs produced, commissioned, or collected by the BAE. Matters treated within these records include publication and exhibition requirements; the duplication of images for reference purposes; the acquisition or transfer of photographic prints and negatives; the circumstances in which a photograph was produced; and background information on photographed subjects. Records in this series are arranged in no particular order (There is no discernable arrangement of the records in this series.).

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Box 290 Jackson Catalogue US Geological Survey – Negative Received from November 1900 Delegation Photos, 1903-04 Delegation Photos, Salish and Apache Hodge, F.W., a list of Photos Belonging to Ponca List Dinwiddie Papago Negative Jackets from 1895 Delegates Conducted to Photo Lab by AndreWJohn Siouan Photograph List (in Wm Dinwiddie’s hand) Photographic Lists, Inactive

SERIES VI: RECORDS CONCERNING EMPLOYEES 1.67 linear feet This series is comprised of employee records. BAE personnel files dating from the 1950s and 1960s constitute a significant portion of this series. Other records include applications for federal employment, efficiency ratings, job applications, job descriptions and performance ratings. Records in this series are arranged alphabetically. Box 291 [Correspondence concerning Charles Barnett] Duplicates 1 of 2 [Correspondence concerning Charles Barnett] Duplicates 2 of 2 Duplicate/Discarded File Folders Box 292 Personnel General Recruitment Request for Personnel Action Within Grade Increase Blaker, Margaret C. Cassedy, E.G. Carter, Robert Chafe, Wallace L. Cohen, Caroline R. Collins, Henry B. Conn, Elizabeth M. Crane, Caroline R. Drucker, Philip Glemser, Karlena M. Harrington, J.P. Irving, Marion G. Series 5. Records Concerning the Photographic Print Collection Series 6. Records Concerning Employees

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Long, Louise Main, Dorothy L. Morgan, Florence R. Box 293 Roberts, Frank H.H. Schumacher, Edmund Shaw, Jessie Stephenson, Robert L. Sturtevant, Wm. C. 1 of 2 Sturtevant, Wm. C. 2 of 2 Sullivan, Mary M. Tucker, Mae W. Wiener, Janet J. Box 294 Efficiency Ratings 1926, 1927 and 1929 Efficiency Ratings 1953 and 1957 Applications for Federal Employment Applications for Jobs Candidates for GS 11 1955-1960 Candidates for GS 11 – Hilton, Thomas B. Forms Job Descriptions Job Description Forms Insurance Claim Forms Leave Regulations Misc. Personnel Action Performance Ratings, Board of Review Performance Standards

SERIES VII: FISCAL RECORDS, 1901-1902 AND 1945-1968 1.25 linear feet This series reflects the fiscal activities of the BAE. Annual budget reports constitute a significant portion of the records in the series. They project and justify BAE appropriations for the period 1945-1968. A separate file of purchase orders, maintained from 1952 to 1955, is also included in this series. The 1901-1902 material is an item record of expenditures. Records in this series are arranged by record type and then chronologically therein. For earlier fiscal records not included in this collection, see NAA MS 4736 and NAA MS 7016.

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Box 295 Budget FY 1960 Budget FY 1961 Budget FY 1961-62 Budget FY 1962-63 Budget FY 1963-64 Budget FY 1965 Budget FY 1966 Budget FY 1967-68 Purchase Orders Box 296 Allotment BAE Fund Cut Data 1951 Budget FY 1945-49 Budget FY 1950 Budget FY 1951 Budget FY 1952 Budget FY 1953 Budget Data 1951-53 (1 of 2) Budget Data 1951-53 (2 of 2) Budget FY 1957 Budget FY 1958 Budget FY 1959 Box 297 Workload Reports 1956 (1 of 2) Workload Reports 1956 (2 of 2) Workload Reprints Vouchers 1901-1902 (1 of 2) Vouchers 1901-1902 (2 of 2)

SERIES VIII: RECORDS RELATING TO THE 1903 INVESTIGATION OF THE BAE 2.92 linear feet Records in this series pertain to the Smithsonian Institution’s 1903 investigation of BAE operations. They include correspondence; clippings; notes; financial reports; exhibits; testimonies; affidavits; and personal statements. Matters discussed in the records concern the criminal charges brought against Chief Clerk Frank M. Barnett owing to the mishandling of BAE funds; the organization and administration of the BAE under Powell’s direction; the appointment of William John McGee’s as BAE Ethnologist-inSeries 7. Fiscal Records, 1901-1902 and 1945-1968 Series 8. Records Relating to the 1903 Investigation of the BAE

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Charge and the supervisory role he performed at the Bureau during Powell’s final years as director; the BAE’s relationship with its parent organization; the development and completion of BAE research projects; the management of BAE property; and certain personnel actions involving Matilda Coxe Stevenson, Franz Boas, Frank Hamilton Cushing, William Dinwiddie, and Jesse Walter Fewkes. Worthy of special mention is a file folder containing materials that relate to the death and funeral services of John Wesley Powell. For additional correspondence relating to Charles Barnett, see Series VI, Records Concerning Employees, this collection. Subseries: Correspondence Subseries: Committee Report Subseries: Miscellany Subseries: Testimony Box 298 Subseries: Correspondence July 9, 1877 – September 22, 1896 February 15, 1897 – October 25, 1901 January 31, 1902 – September 18, 1902 October 11, 1902 – November 24, 1902 December 5, 1902 – December 29, 1902 January 2, 1903 – May 29, 1903 June 1, 1903 – July 9, 1903 July 10, 1903 – August 3, 1903 August 4, 1903 – September 7, 1903 Dec. 15, 1904; Feb. 17, 1906; Feb 11 – 24, 1911 No Date Box 299 Copies of Letters, July 10, 1896 – June 26, 1903 Dinwiddie, Fewkes, Jenks, McDevitt, Stevenson Accounts, Cushing, Holmes, Fewkes Miscellaneous Personal Box 300 Subseries: Committee Report Committee Report Drafts of Committee Report Correspondence; Copies of Exhibits A, B, C, D, E, F, and G Copies of Exhibits A, E, F and G Copy of Exhibit H, Report of Robert H. Partridge

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Subseries: Miscellany 1896-1903 (notes) Statement Regarding Office Work of the BAE, November 1902 Clippings June 1, 1902 - August 21, 1903 Materials Relating to Death and Funeral Services of Dr. John Wesley Powell Financial Papers 1894-1895; 1897-1903 Box 301 Subseries: Testimony Preliminary Hearing: Statements and Affidavits Abstract of Preliminary Testimony: Irregularities in Administration Abstracts of Testimony Drafts of Abstracts of Testimony Extracts from Hearing Testimony Box 302 Investigation of the BAE, day 1 Investigation of the BAE, day 2 Investigation of the BAE, day 3 Investigation of the BAE, day 4 Investigation of the BAE, day 5 Investigation of the BAE, day 6 Investigation of the BAE, day 7 Investigation of the BAE, day 8 Investigation of the BAE, day 9 Investigation of the BAE, day 10 Investigation of the BAE, day 11 Investigation of the BAE, day 12 Investigation of the BAE, day 13 Investigation of the BAE, day 14 Investigation of the BAE, day 15 Investigation of the BAE, day 16 Box 303 Investigation of the BAE, day 1 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 2 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 3 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 4 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 5 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 6 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 7 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 8 (copy)

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Investigation of the BAE, day 9 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 10 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 11 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 12 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 13 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 14 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 15 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 16 (copy) Box 304 Investigation of the BAE, day 1 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 2 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 3 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 4 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 5 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 6 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 7 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 8 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 9 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 10 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 11 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 12 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 13 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 14 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 15 (copy) Investigation of the BAE, day 16 (copy)

SERIES IX: PROPERTY RECORDS AND REQUISITIONS 1.17 linear feet The records in this series relate to the purchase and issuance of supplies and equipment needed to carry out routine BAE business. The series is comprised of card files, notebooks, letters, inventories and lists documenting requests for items, the fulfillment of these requests and the distribution of BAE property. Records are arranged chronologically. Box 305 Notebook, 1916 – 1931 Property Records, 1895 - 1899 Requisitions, no date Requisitions, 1893 Jan – Dec Requisitions, 1894 Jan – Dec Series 8. Records Relating to the 1903 Investigations of the BAE Series 9. Property Records and Requisitions

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Requisitions, 1895 Jan – Dec Requisitions, 1896 Jan – Dec Requisitions, 1897 Jan – Dec Requisitions, 1898 Jan – Dec Requisitions, 1899 Jan – Dec Box 306 Requisitions, 1900 Jan – Dec Requisitions, 1901 June 8 (bundle mixed dates) Requisitions, 1901 Nov 11 Requisitions, 1902 Jan – Dec Requisitions, 1903 Jan – Jul Manuscript Envelope 307 “Property of the Bureau transferable to P.O building” undated Inventory of items sent to Mr. Berger, undated Cyrus Thomas, undated James Mooney, undated Cosmos Mindeleff, 4 Nov 1893 Cosmos Mindeleff, 29 Jun 1894 James Mooney, 7 May 1895 Cyrus Thomas, 27 Jun 1895 Cosmos Mindeleff, 17 sep 1895 List of BAE typewriters, Sep/Oct 1895 William Dinnwidie, 28 Oct 1896 Cyrus Thomas, 12 Dec 1998 Cyrus Thomas, 3 Apr 1899 Cyrus Thomas, 20 Jun 1899 Frank Hamilton Cushing, 25 Jun 1899 Cyrus Thomas, 30 Jun 1899 Frank Hamilton Cushing, 3 Jul 1899 A.E. Jenks, 2 Sep 1899 James Mooney, 24 Oct 1899 J. Walter Fewkes, 22 Nov 1899 Cyrus Thomas, 22 Nov 1899 Franz Boas, 24 Nov 1899 Cyrus Thomas, 28 Nov 1899 J. Walter Fewkes, 30 Nov 1899 J. Walter Fewkes, 8 Mar 1900 M. C. Sherman, 26 May 1900 Cyrus Thomas, 9 Oct 1900 Cyrus Thomas, 25 Oct 1900 Cyrus Thomas, 29 Oct 1900

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SERIES X: CLIPPINGS 8.75 linear feet This series is comprised of newspaper clippings amassed by BAE administrative staff for reference purposes. The clippings generally relate to legislation concerning American Indians, American Indian customs and languages, BAE organized research projects and similar points of interest. While the majority remain loose in a very fragile state, others are mounted to cardboard or pasted into scrapbooks. The latter are in a more stable state. Deserving special mention are three scrapbooks comprised of clippings that relate to “mound builders” and the work of the BAE’s Division of Mound Explorations. Clippings are arranged, first, by format (loose, mounted or scrapbook) and then chronologically. Subseries: Unmounted Subseries: Mounted Subseries: Scrapbooks Box 308 Subseries: Unmounted No date (1880s or 1890s) 1870s 1880s 1890s (1 of 4) 1890s (2 of 4) 1890s (3 of 4) 1890s (4 of 4) April 1897 Box 309 June 1897 July 1897 August 1897 September 1897 Box 310 December 1897 March 1898 June 1898 August 1898 1900s (1 of 3) Box 311 1900s (2 of 3) 1900s (3 of 3) Series 10. Clippings 123

1906 1910s 1920s 1930s (1 of 4) 1930s (2 of 4) 1930s (3 of 4) 1930s (4 of 4) 1940s (1 of 3) 1940s (2 of 3) Box 312 1940s (3 of 3) 1950s (1 of 4) 1950s (2 of 4) 1950s (3 of 4) 1950s (4 of 4) Box 313 (oversize) very fragile Fragments Washington Post, Oct 11, 1924 1922 (miscellaneous periodicals) 1885; 1896; 1909 (miscellaneous periodicals) 1889; 1902 (Fowke); 1903 (Fowke) Great Divide, issues 189-195 El Independente, Dec 1915 Box 314 Subseries: Mounted 1872 1873 1874 1876 1877 1878-1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 Box 315 1888 Series 10. Clippings 124

1889 Horsford-Ancient City 1889 1890 1891 “The Ledger” 1891 1892 1893 1894 Feb – Jul 1894 Aug – Sep Box 316 1894 Sep – Dec 1895 Jan – Mar 1895 Apr – Jul 1895 Aug – Oct Box 317 1895 Nov – Dec 1896 Jan – Mar 1896 Mar – May 1896 May – Jul Box 318 1896 Jul – Aug 1896 Aug – Sep 1896 Sep – Oct 1896 Sep – Oct 1896 Nov – Dec 1897-1899 Box 319 1900 1901-1903 1904 1905-1910 Box 320 Subseries: Scrapbooks BAE Scrapbook, Ethnology News, Clippings 1889-1892

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Box 321 BAE Scrapbook, Ethnology News, Clippings, 1885-1891 (gaps) Box 322 BAE Scrapbook, Mound Builders, Prehistoric Indians, 1870-1876 Box 323 BAE Scrapbook, Mound Builders, Prehistoric Indians, 1881-1886

SERIES XI: PUBLICATIONS 61.75 linear feet Illustrations published in various BAE Bulletins and Annual Reports constitute the largest share of records in this series. Other illustrations appeared in Contributions to North American Ethnology and Smithsonian Institution, Miscellaneous Collection. The series also includes a complete copy of Indian Miscellany, Quarto Series (volumes I-XII). Subseries: Indian Miscellany, Quarto Series Subseries: BAE Annual Report Illustrations Subseries: BAE Bulletin Illustrations Subseries: Miscellaneous Publication Illustrations Box 324 Subseries: Indian Miscellany, Quarto Series Volume I, 1726-1819, pp 1-460 Box 325 Volume II, 1820-1829, pp. 461-804 Box 326 Volume III, 1830-1835, pp. 805-1260 Box 327 Volume IV, 1836, pp. 1260-1584 Box 328 Volume V, 1837, pp. 1585-1924 Series 10 Clippings Series 11. Publications 126

Box 329 Volume VI, 1838-1842, pp. 1925-2216 Box 330 Volume VII, 1843-1849, pp. 2217-2468 Box 331 Volume VIII, 1850-1856, pp. 2469-2866 Box 332 Volume IX, 1857-1859, pp. 2867-3122 Box 333 Volume X, 1860-1863, pp. 3123-3406 Box 334 Volume XI, 1864-1866, pp. 3407-3674 Box 335 Volume XII, 1867-1868, pp. 3675-4000 Box 336 Subseries: Annual Reports, Illustrations Annual Report 1 Annual Report 3 Annual Report 6 Annual Report 7 Annual Report 8 Box 337 Annual Report 9 Annual Report 11 Annual Report 12 Annual Report 13 Box 338 Annual Report 14 (1 of 2). See box 344 (oversize).

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Annual Report 15 (1 of 2). See box 344 (oversize). Annual Report 16 Annual Report 17 Annual Report 18 Annual Report 19 Box 339 Annual Report 23 (1 of 6). See boxes 344 and 345 (oversize). Box 340 Annual Report 23 (2 of 6). See boxes 344 and 345 (oversize). Box 341 Annual Report 23 (3 of 6). See boxes 344 and 345 (oversize). Box 342 Annual Report 23 (4 of 6). See boxes 344 and 345 (oversize). Annual Report 25 Annual Report 36 Box 343 (Oversize) Annual Report, 5 Box 344 (Oversize) Annual Report, 14 (2 of 2). See box 338. Annual Report, 15 (2 of 2). See box 338. Annual Report, 23 (5 of 6). See boxes 339, 340, 341, 342 and 345 (oversize). Annual Report 37 Box 345 (Oversize) Annual Report, 2 (1 of 2) Annual Report, 2 (2 of 2) Annual Report, 4 Annual Report, 23 (6 of 6) See boxes 339, 340, 341, 342 and 344 (oversize). Annual Report, 50 Annual Report, 60 Box 346 Subseries: BAE Bulletin, Illustrations Miscellaneous Series 11. Publications 128

BAE Bulletin 28 BAE Bulletin 68 BAE Bulletin 71 BAE Bulletin 100 BAE Bulletin 123 BAE Bulletin 126 Box 347 BAE Bulletin 138 BAE Bulletin 140 BAE Bulletin 151 BAE Bulletin 153 BAE Bulletin 172 BAE Bulletin 186 BAE Bulletin 195 Box 348 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 42 BAE Bulletin, 68 BAE Bulletin, 71 BAE Bulletin, 100 (1 of 2) BAE Bulletin, 100 (2 of 2) Box 349 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 101 BAE Bulletin, 118 BAE Bulletin, 121 BAE Bulletin, 123 BAE Bulletin, 123 BAE Bulletin, 125 Box 350 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 126 (1 of 4) See box 352 (oversize). BAE Bulletin, 126 (2 of 4) BAE Bulletin, 126 (3 of 4) Box 351 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 128 (1 of 2) See box 352 (oversize). BAE Bulletin, 131 BAE Bulletin, 133 BAE Bulletin, 136 BAE Bulletin, 138 (1 of 2) BAE Bulletin, 138 (2 of 2) Series 11. Publications 129

Box 352 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 126 (4 of 4) See box 5. BAE Bulletin, 128 (2 of 2) See box 6. BAE Bulletin, 144 BAE Bulletin, 176 Box 353 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 139. See boxes 365 and 366 (oversize). BAE Bulletin, 140 (1 of 3). See boxes 367 and 368(oversize). BAE Bulletin, 140 (2 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 140 (3 of 3) Box 354 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 141 BAE Bulletin, 143 BAE Bulletin, 144 BAE Bulletin, 146 BAE Bulletin, 148 BAE Bulletin, 150 BAE Bulletin, 151 BAE Bulletin, 153 (1 of 4) Box 355 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 153 (2 of 4) BAE Bulletin, 153 (3 of 4) BAE Bulletin, 153 (4 of 4) Box 356 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 154 BAE Bulletin, 156 BAE Bulletin, 157 BAE Bulletin, 163 BAE Bulletin, 164 (1 of 2) BAE Bulletin, 164 (2 of 2) Box 357 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 165 BAE Bulletin, 169 BAE Bulletin, 170 BAE Bulletin, 171 BAE Bulletin, 176 (1 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 176 (2 of 3)

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BAE Bulletin, 176 (3 of 3) Box 358 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 180 BAE Bulletin, 181 BAE Bulletin, 183 BAE Bulletin, 185 (1 of 2) BAE Bulletin, 185 (2 of 2) BAE Bulletin, 186 (1 of 2) BAE Bulletin, 186 (2 of 2) Box 359 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 189 Box 360 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 191 (1 of 3) Box 361 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 191 (2 of 3) Box 362 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 191 (3 of 3) Box 363 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 192 BAE Bulletin, 193 Box 364 (Oversize) BAE Bulletin, 194 BAE Bulletin, 195 Box 365 BAE Bulletin, 139, prints (1 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 139, prints (2 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 139, prints (3 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 139, negatives (1 of 3) Box 366 BAE Bulletin, 139, negatives (2 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 139, negatives (3 of 3) Series 11. Publications 131

Box 367 BAE Bulletin, 140, Drucker unidentified (1 of 5) BAE Bulletin, 140, Drucker unidentified (2 of 5) BAE Bulletin, 140, Drucker unidentified (3 of 5) BAE Bulletin, 140, Drucker unidentified (4 of 5) BAE Bulletin, 140, Drucker unidentified (5 of 5) Box 368 BAE Bulletin, 140, prints (1 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 140, prints (2 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 140, prints (3 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 140, negatives (1 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 140, negatives (2 of 3) BAE Bulletin, 140, negatives (3 of 3) Box 369 BAE Bulletin, 187, negatives (1 of 2) Box 370 BAE Bulletin, 187, negatives (2 of 2) Box 371 BAE Bulletin Rejected Negatives Box 372 Subseries: Miscellaneous Illustrations Smithsonian Report, 1926 (Fewkes) Box 373 (Oversize) Contributions to North American Ethnology, Vol. 5 Smithsonian Institution, Miscellaneous Collection, Vol. 45 Smithsonian Institution, Miscellaneous Collection, Vol. 123 Smithsonian Institution, Miscellaneous Collection, Vol. 126

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SERIES: XII: BAE LIBRARY MATERIALS, PAMPHLETS AND REPRINTS 10 inches Pamphlets and reprints in this series are arranged alphabetically by title and form part of the Charles Rau and Otis Mason bequests to the BAE library. Box 374 Andree, R. (1of 2) “Besessen und Geisteskranke, Ethnographisch Betrachtet” (1884) “Őber die Fortschritte der Ethnolgrapischen Metallkunde” (1885) “Verhandlungen der Berliner Anthropologischen Gesellschaft” (1887) “Alte Trommeln Indianischer Medizinmänner” (1899) “Baffin-land Geographische Ergebnisse einer in den Jahren 1883 und 1884” (1884-1885) “Die Entwicklung der Geheimbunde der KwakiutlIndianer” (1896) “Zur Anthropologie der Nordamerikanischen Indianer” (1895) “Die Entwickelung der Mythologien der Indianer der Nordpacifischen Küste America’s” (1895) “Sagen der Indianer in Nordwest-Amerika” (1893)

Andree, R. (2 of 2) Boas, F. (1of 9) Boas, F. (2 of 9) Boas, F. (3 of 9) Boas, F. (4 of 9) Boas, F. (5 of 9) Boas, F. (6 of 9) Boas, F. (7 of 9) Boas, F. (8 of 9) Boas, F. (9 of 9) Brinton, D.

“Reise an die Pacifische Kuste” (1891)

“Die Tsimschian” (1888)

“Die Sagen der Baffin-Land Eskimos” (1885)

“Mittheilungen über die Vilxula – Indianer” (n.d.)

“An Ethnologists View of History” (1896)

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Bruhl, G.

“Aztlan – Chicomoztor: eine Ethnologische Studie” (1879) “Häusliches Leben bei den Indianern” (1898) “Pferdeschädel als Schlitten” (1883) “Őber symbolische Kröten und Verwandtes” (1883) “Das Vorkommen von Hochäckern” (1883) “Die Behandlung Weiblicher Gefangener durch die Indianer vo Nordamerika” (1899) “Der Gang des Indianers” (1898)

Fletcher, A.C. Friedel, E.

Friederici (1 of 3) Friederici (2 of 3) Friederici (3 of 3) Fritsch, G. (1 of 3)

“Skalpieren in Nordamerika” (1898)

“Bekleidung und Sittlichkeit” (n.d.) “Bemerkungen über die neue Frauentracht” (n.d.) “Reformtracht oder Normaltracht” (n.d.) “Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft főr Erdkunde zu Berlin” (1881) “Zwei Aufnahmen von Lepra-Kranken” (1898) “Die Ethnographischen Probleme im Tropischen Osten” (1906) “Ausguss von dem Mokassin eines Indianers” (1905)

Fritsch, G. (2 of 3) Fritsch, G. (3 of 3)

“Die Frage nach der Einheit oder Vielheit der Amerkanischen Eingeborenenrasse, Gepruft an der Untersuchung ihres Haarwuchses” (1909) “Ein Indianischer Schopfungsmuthus” (1890)

Gatschet, A. S. (1 of 3) Gatschet, A. S. (2 of 3) Gatschet, A. S. (3 of 3) Hartman, C.V. Henning, Ch.

“Die Osageindianer. Mit Bildnissen Hervorragender Stammesangehoriger” (1898) “Sinti der erste Mensch” (1890)

“Die Baumkalebasse Im Tropischen Amerika” (1906) “Die Gesichtsbemalungen der Indianer von Nord-

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Britisch-Columbia” (n.d.) Box 375 Hoffman, W.J. (1 of 2) Hoffman, W.J. (2 of 2) Hough, W. “Folklore and Language of the Pennsylvania Germans” (1889) “Gschicht fun dä al’ tä tsai’ tä in Pensilfâni” (1893)

Krause, F. Lasch, R.

“Commemoration of the Fourth Centenary of the Discovery of America, Columbian Historical Exposition, Madrid: Catalogue of the Ethnological Exhibit from the United States National Museum” (1895)
 “Die Pueblo-Indianer” (n.d.) “Die Verstummlung der Zahne in Amerika und Bemerkungen zur Zahndeformierung im Allgemeinen” “Pennsylvania German Plant Names” (1910) “Der Ursprung und das Wandern der Völker Georgraphisch Betrachtet” (1898) “Die Thoughefasse der nordamerikanischen Indianer” (1868) “Steinerne Ackerbaugerathe der nordamrerikanischen Indianer” (1870) “Forandringer ved Norske Braær I Aaret 1910—11” (1911) “Die Anthropologie Indiens” (1892)

Mell, C.D. Ratzel, F.

Rau, C. (1 of 2) Rau, C (2 of 2) Rekstad, J.

Schmidt, E. (1 of 3) Schmidt, E. (2 of 3) Schmidt, E. (3 of 3) Schumacher, P.

“Anthropologie. Die Anthropologie in der Hauptstadt der Vereinigten Staaten Das Bureau of Ethnology” (1885) “Die Moundbuilder und ihr Verhaltnis zu den Historischen Indianern” (1884) “Etwas uber Kjokken Moddinge und die Funde in alten”

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Seibert, F. Seler, E. (1 of 3) Seler, E. (2 of 3) Seler, E. (3 of 3) Shelton, Wm.

“Lotze als Anthropologie” (1900) “Die Huichol-Indianer des Staates Jalisco in Mexico” (1901) “Ueber den Uriprung der altamerikanischen Kulturen” (1895) with photocopies of related correspondence and translation. “Ueber den Uriprung der altamerikanischen Kulturen” (1895) with related correspondence and translation. “Indian Totem Legends of the Northwest Coast Country” (n.d.) “Gebrauche der Millelmesa-Hopi (Moqui) bei Namengebung, Heirat” (1905) “Uber die Bahos der Hopi” (1908)

Solberg-Kristiania, Hr. (1 of 2) Solberg-Kristiania, Hr. (2 of 2) Teppner, W. Verworn, M.

“Urin, ein Mittel zum – Wäschewaschen” “Ein Objektives Kriterium für die Beurteilung der Manufaktnatur Geschlagener Feuersteine” (1908) “Die Brettchen und Kammweberei” (1907) “The Law of Torture: A Study in the Evolution of Law” (1892) “Völkerkunde und Urgeschichte” (1902) “Rasse und Sprache” (1901) “Nĕkolik Poznámek K Analogii Výtvarnehoumĕní Palaeolithického Človĕka A Nekterých Primitivních Kmenu” (1910)

Volkart, H. Welling, J.

Weule, K. Wilser, L Želízko, J. V.

Series XIII: Maps 10 map drawers This series includes BAE maps of North America and, to a lesser degree, South America that were collected for research purposes or produced for publications. Although most are prints, several are hand drawn or painted. Maps deserving special mention include John Series 12. BAE Library Materials, Pamphlets and Reprints Series 13. Maps

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Wesley Powell's map laying out the distribution of American Indian linguistic families in the United States and Canada (BAE map 18); James Mooney’s annotated, USGS maps of Cherokee territories (e.g., BAE map 269); John Arrowsmith’s “Discoveries in the Artic Sea between Baffin Bay and Cape Bathhurst, 1859” (BAE map 418); John Swanton’s map outlining the “Distribution and Interrelation of the Algonquian Dialects, 1911” (BAE map 118); and Alfred Kroeber’s “Ritual Cults of California, 1923” (BAE map 91). For further information regarding the maps in this series, please consult “BAE Maps Master List and Special Reports by Subject, Location, Creator and Tribe" in NAA reference room. Maps 1-532

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APPENDIX: LIST OF BAE CORRESPONDENTS A Cleveland Abbe, Charles G. Abbot, C.C. Abbott, George K. Abbott, Annie Heloise Abel, J.W. Abert, John B. Adams, John Truslow Adams, William H. Adkins, Edwin Tappan Adney, H. Adrian, [United States] Agriculture Department, Barbara Aitken (see also Barbara Freire-Marreco), Charles F. Aldrich, Guy Alford, Paul H. Allen, Virgil D. Allen, E.H. Allison, J.K. Alston, Henry E. Alvord, R. Andree, American Antiquarian Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Museum of Natural History, American Philosophical Society, American Tract Society, Mary A. Anciaux, Harriet A. Andrews, C.L. Annan, Christine M. Arden, R.H. Armstrong, J.O. Ashenhurst, M. F. Ashley-Montague, Francis H. Atkins, James Auchiah, Mary Austin, Edward Everett Ayer, and Edward and Hester Ayers. B John Leonard Baer, Vernon O. Bailey, Joseph H. Bair, Spencer F. Baird, Fred Baker, Max W. Ball, Howard M. Ballou, Sidney Ballou, W.H. Ballou, H.H. Bancroft, Adolphe F. A. Bandelier, Edwin A. Barber, James C. Bardin, W.C. Barnard, Mary S. Barnes, Homer G. Barnett, Samuel A. Barrett, David F. Barry, J. Neilson Barry, Charles H. Bartlett, John Russell Bartlett, Henry M. Baum, Charles L. Beal, William M. Beauchamp, C.H. Beaulieu, Theodore H. Beaulieu, Donald Beauregard, Frank Beckwith, A. McG. Beede, Alexander Graham Bell, C.M. Bell, A.L. Benedict, Ruth F. Benedict, Charles H. Bennett, Wendell C. Bennett, E.A. Benson, W.A. Bents, M. Bercovitz, Emil Bessels, William W. Betts, Albert J. Beveridge, Benjamin F. Beveridge, Arthur Bibbins, F.A. Bickford, Albert S. Bickmore, Julius Bien, F.E. Bingman, W.A.S. Bird, Kaj BirketSmith, E.E. Blackman, Frank W. Blackmar, W.W. Blake, Margaret C. Blaker, Ernest Bloch, Frans Blom, Wayne A. Blossom, Acee Blue Eagle, Franz Boas, H.J. Boekelman, Herbert Eugene Bolton, Eric Boman, W.C. Bompas, E. A. Bonine, W.C.Boteler, John G. Bourke, Charles P. Bowditch, A.M. Bower, Alfred W. Bowers, Stephen Bowers, I.D. Boyce, Charles S. Bradford, Peter A. Brannon, J.O. Brant-Sero, Jesse H. Bratley, James H. Breasted, James F. Breazeale, F.S. Breen, Adela C. Breton, Edward M. Brigham, Daniel G. Brinton, W.K. Brooks, Charles E. Brown, F.A. Brown, Kirk Bryan, H.F. Buckner, Harry S. Budd, Eugene Buechel, William Bull, J.A. Bullbrook, Thomas S. Bulmer, James L. Bunting, Ruth L. Bunzel, E.A. Burbank, Usher L. Burdick, Carl Busch, David I. Bushnell, Jr., George Bushotter, Amos W. Butler, James D. Butler, and S.N. Byington. C John Campbell, Walter S. Campbell (Stanley Vestal), Louis Capron, E.T. Carrico, Edwin G. Cassedy, John H. Caswell, Joseph A.I. Caughey, Richard Ceough, Wallace LeSeur Chafe, Alexander F. Chamberlain, Moreau B.C. Chambers, Frederick H. Chapin, Frank M. Chapman, John W. Chapman, Kenneth M. Chapman, Alexander W. Chase, Alfredo Chavero, William Churchill, Charles Upson Clark, Edward Clark, W.P. Clark, Ben Clarke, F.W. Clarke, J.C. Clarke, E. St. Clair Clayton, J.B. Clayton, G.O. Clerc, A.G. Cleveland, William J. Cleveland, Joffre L. Coe, Fay-Cooper Cole, James Colledge, Arthur G. Colley, George L. Collie, Henry B. Collins, Harold S. Colton, William E.

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Connelley, George S. Conover, Eduardo Contreras, Eduard Conzemius, Joseph W. Cook, Orator F. Cook, W.W. Cook, Anne M. Cooke, John M. Cooper, William H. Corbusier, J.H. Cornyn, H.P. Corser, Kate T. Cory, Elliott Coues, Armand Cousin, Frederick V. Coville, P.E. Cox, Heber M. Creel, Luther S. Cressman, Hilborne T. Cresson, Martin L. Crimmins, Camillus Crivelli, C.D. Croft, Charles L. Crow, Boyd Crumrein, F. Cryder, Stewart Culin, Byron Cummings, George M. Cunningham, Jeremiah Curtin, Karl P. Curtis, Emily M. Cushing, Frank H. Cushing, Milo Custer, William H. Dall, John Cotton, and Dana and William Culp. D Darrah, Eusebio Daacute;valos Hurtado, George Davidson, Richard Davis, Elmer J. Dawson, George M. Dawson, Mabel M. Dawson, Charles N. Dayton, Fred C. Dayton, Cecil A. Deane, Wills De Hass, H.K. Deisher, Frederica de Laguna, Frederick S. Dellenbaugh, Alexander Del Mar, Ella C. Deloria, Edwin W. Deming, T.S. Denison, Frances Densmore, E. de Rougé, Charles H. Detrich, George Devereux, M.E. Dineen, William Dinwiddie, Joseph Kossuth Dixon, Roland Burrage Dixon, Myrtle M. Dizney, Frederick J. Dockstader, Richard I. Dodge, J.G. D'Olier, George P. Donehoo, J. Dorenberg, George A. Dorsey, James O. Dorsey, J.H. Dortch, Andrew E. Douglass, William B. Douglass, L.M. Drake, H.T. Drowne, Philip Drucker, Henry A. Dubbs, John Brown Dunbar, De Witt C. Duncan, Jacob P. Dunn, Theodore F. Dwight, and D.B. and J.O. Dyer. E. Thomas Eakins, Wilberforce Eames, Charles T. Earle, John Eastman, Myron Eells, Rudolf W. Ehlert, R.C. Eisele, Gustav Eisen, Charles W. Eliot, Ellsworth Eliot, E.M. Elliott, Nathaniel B. Emerson, John W. Emmert, George T. Emmons, Clifford Evans, Willis E. Everett, Henry P. Ewing, Thomas Ewing. F Livingston Farrand, E.F. Fay, William N. Fenton, J. Walter Fewkes, Mrs. J.M. Fillom, Frank Finney, John Fiske, Alice C. Fletcher, Robert H. Fletcher, Folk-Lore Society (London), Daniel Folkmar, C. Daryll Forde, John R. Fordyce, Grant Foreman, Earle R. Forrest, Reo F. Fortune, Gerard Fowke, Leo J. Frachtenberg, Svend Frederiksen, Barbara Freire-Marreco (see also Barbara Aitken), L.L. Frost, R.B. Fulton, Emma Lila Fundaburk. G D.D. Gaillard, F.G. Galbraith, Thomas M. Galey, Thomas Gann, Henry Gannett, Albert S. Gatschet, Louise H. Gatschet, James A. Geary, Richard H. Geoghegan, Georgia Historical Society, William R. Gerard, Edmund P. Gibson, James W. Gidley, Edward W. Gifford, Grove K. Gilbert, Robert F. Gilder, Joseph A. Gilfillan, De Lancey W. Gill, Mary Wright Gill, John P. Gillin, Melvin R. Gilmore, Pliny E. Goddard, Esther S. Goldfrank, Eugene A. Golomshtok, J.B. Good, George Brown Goode, J.K. Goodrich, George B. Gordon, J. Loomis Gould, [United States] Government Printing Office, R.H. Gray, George Washington Grayson.

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H Herbert E. Gregory, George B. Griffen, James B. Griffin, A. Grignon, George Bird Grinnell, David E. Grossman, Claud S. Grow, A. Guébhard, Biraja S. Guha, Erna Gunther, Carl E. Guthe, Alfred C. Haddon, Lewis F. Hadley, Francis T. Hagadorn, Charles B. Hale, Edward E. Hale, Horatio Hale, G. Stanley Hall, Alfred I. Hallowell, Odd S. Halseth, Howard M. Hamblin, Jacob Hamblin, H.P. Hamilton, J. Hugh Hammond, H.T. Harding, W.H. Hare, Edgar R. Harlan, John P. Harrington, Mark R. Harrington, Joel Chandler Harris, Wyatt Harris, Charles C. Harrold, C.V. Hartman, Harvard College, James Harvey, John Bell Hatcher, Gudmund Hatt, Emil W. Haury, E.W. Hawkes, J.G. Hawkes, Carl Hayden, Ferdinand V. Hayden, Horace E. Hayden, Samuel P. Hayes, Grace R. Hebard, Robert F. Heizer, Heliotype Printing Company, John G. Henderson, Junius Henderson, Henry W. Henshaw, Carlos Herndl, Martha J. Herrick, Melville J. Herskovits, George Herzog, Edgar L. Hewett, J.N.B. Hewitt, George G. Heye, I.W. Heysinger, Frank F. Hilder, Sister M. Inez Hilger, Alfred J. Hill, Robert T. Hill, W.W. Hill, Samuel D. Hinman, Carl Hinrich, C.H. Hitchcock, Frederick W. Hodge, E. Adamson Hoebel, Bernard G. Hoffman, Frederick L. Hoffman, Walter J. Hoffman, R.I. Holcombe, Edward S. Holden, Preston Holder, Margaret Hollowell, William Henry Holmes, Homer E. Hoopes, Earnest A. Hooton, Eva M. Horner, Cornelia Horsford, Eben Norton Horsford, Adolfo de Hostos, Franklin B. Hough, Walter Hough, George L. Houghton, J.D. Howard, A.W. Howitt, Henry R. Howland, John W. Hoyt, Aleš Hrdlicka, John W. Hudson, Archer B. Hulbert, George Hunt, George H. Hurlbut, B.T.B. Hyde, George E. Hyde, John Hyde. I Joaquin García Icazbalceta, G.W. Ingalls, Truman W. Ingersoll, [United States] Interior Department, F.R. Irvine, L.K. Anantha Krishna Iyer. J Edward Jacker, Sheldon Jackson, William Henry Jackson, Melville Jacobs, G. Wharton James, Jean A. Jeançon, Albert E. Jenks, Diamond Jenness, W.P. Jenney, Waldemar I. Jochelson, E.G. Johnson, Elizabeth W. Johnson, H.W. Johnson, C.C. Jones, Jr., William Jones, Neil M. Judd. K Charles J. Kappler, Rafael Karsten, D.S. Kellogg, Arthur R. Kelly, H.A. Kelly, Isabel T. Kelly, Edward Kemeys, L.A. Kengla, George Kennan, Alfred V. Kidder, Alfred Kidder II, E.W. King, William W. Kirkby, Mary Lois Kissell, Francis Klett, Alex D. Krieger, Herbert W. Krieger, Alfred L. Kroeber, Wilton M. Krogman, G. Kunz. L Francis La Flesche, Vernon Lamme, W.A. Langille, Samuel P. Langley, William A. Larner, Jr., Robert G. Latham, S.A. Lattimore, William S. Laughlin, J.M. Lea, John F. Le Baron, Joseph Leidy, J.M. Le Jeun, Charles G. Leland, Joe B. Lente, Nicolas Leon, Augustus Le Plongeon, Alexander Lesser, Francis E. Leupp, Albert B. Lewis, E.M. Lewis, James Lewis, Jose Lewis, Thomas M.N. Lewis, O.G. Libby, Librarian (BAE), Library of Congress, Thurlow Lieurance, Ralph Linton, John S. Lockwood, Mary

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Lockwood, M.C. Long, D. Lothrop and Company, Samuel K. Lothrop, Robert H. Lowie, Charles H. Lugrin, Charles F. Lummis. M Clay MacCauley, George Grant MacCurdy, Arthur MacDonald, T. MacDougall, J.P. MacLean, M.M. Macomb, Kenneth Magowan, Bronislaw Malinowski, Garrick Mallery, Otto T. Mallery, A.J. Marks, Othniel C. Marsh, Paul S. Martin, William B. Marye, J. Alden Mason, Otis T. Mason, H.L. Masta, Sumner W. Matteson, Washington Matthews, Kaspar Mayer, William McAdams, Kate C. McBeth, Sue L. McBeth, Charles E. McChesney, V.T. McGillycuddy, WJ McGee, Joseph D. McGuire, Will C. McKern, John J. McLean, Lucullus V. McWhorter, M.M. Macomb, Charles A. Meadows, Philip Ainsworth Means, Edmond S. Meany, Louis L. Meeker, Betty J. Meggers, H. Scudder Mekeel, H.L. Mencken, C. Hart Merriam, Alfred Métraux, C.L. Metz, Truman Michelson, James D. Middleton, N.A. Miles, Carl F. Miller, Cosmos Mindeleff, Victor Mindeleff, Minnesota Historical Society, Carlos Montezuma, Henry Montgomery, Amelia de Montluzin, Karl E. Moon, James Mooney, Clarence B. Moore, Warren K. Moorehead, F.W. Morancy, Dale L. Morgan, Edwin L. Morgan, F.P. Morgan, John T. Morgan, Lewis Henry Morgan, Adrien G. Morice, Sylvanus G. Morley, Earl H. Morris, Eldridge Morse, John M. Muir, James R. Murie, Eadweard Muybridge, William E. Myer. N Marquis de Nadaillac, [United States] Navy Department, Edward W. Nelson, Nels C. Nelson, J.S. Newberry, Francis Johnson Newcomb, Simon Newcomb, William W. Newell, Marshall T. Newman, W.B. Nickerson, Philetus W. Norris, Jesse L. Nusbaum. O Frederick A. Ober, Sara Endicott Ober, Frans M. Olbrechts, E.D. Osborn, Leopold Ostermann, Felix F. Outes. P Helen C. Palmatary, Edward Palmer, F.M. Palmer, J.G. Parke, A.M.C. Parker, Arthur C. Parker, William T. Parker, Francis Parkman, Elsie Clews Parsons, G.W. Parsons, J.B. Patee, James Paytiamo, George Y. Payzant, Charles Peabody, Lucy E. Peabody, Peabody Museum, J.E. Pearce, Stephen D. Peet, Antonio Penafield, George H. Pepper, Fred S. Perrine, T.M. Perrine, David C. Peters, Charles C. Petersen, Karen D. Petersen, C.A. Peterson, Emile F. Stanislas Joseph Petitot, Ivan Petroff, Rodolphe Petter, F.W. Pettigrew, Elizabeth E. Pettinger, William A. Phillips, Photo Engraving Company, Juan E. Pico, P.B. Pierce, Albert Pike, James C. Pilling, Alphonse L. Pinart, Gifford Pinchot, Henri F. Pittier, Horace S. Poley, John Pope, Edwin L. Porch, Arthur P. Porter, [United States] Post Office Department, John Wesley Powell, Stephen Powers, L. Bradford Prince, Frederic W. Putnam, H.S. Putnam. Q Samuel A. Lafone Quevedo. R

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Paul Radin, Richard Rathbun, Patrick Henry Ray, William deC. Ravenal, M.C. Read, Albert B. Reagan, Erik K. Reed, Dache M. Reeves, D. Lloyd Reichard, Solomon Reinach, E.B. Renaud, Charles Reymershoffer, Elmer R. Reynolds, Henry L. Reynolds, William J. Rhees (see Smithsonian Institution), Harry Rice, Alfred L. Riggs, Stephen Return Riggs, Douglas L. Rights, Hinrich Johannes Rink, W.G. Ritch, H.C. Rizer, Earle O. Roberts, Frank H.H. Roberts, Jr., Helen H. Roberts, Ann E.W. Robertson, Doane Robinson, Thomas Robinson, William W. Rockhill, J.P. Rogan, Malcolm J. Rogers, Walter E. Roth, Dunbar Rowland, Charles C. Royce, Henry C. Ruppenthal, Frank Russell, Horatio N. Rust. S Julius F. Sachse, Harry Hull St. Clair II, Louis N. St. Onge, John P. Sanborn, Jr., Richard Sanderville, Edward Sapir, Homer E. Sargent, Marshall H. Saville, A.H. Sayce, Wells M. Sawyer, F. Schmidt, Harry L. Schoff, Rudolf R. Schuller, Frederick Schwatka, Henry A. Scomp, Hugh L. Scott, Samuel H. Scudder, Eduard Seler, W.T. Selwyn, G. Sergi, Ernest Thompson Seton, Frank M. Setzler, John D.G. Shea, W.C. Shelley, William Tecumseh Sherman, J.D. Short, Robert W. Shufeldt, Richard W. Shunatona, Sally B. Sicade, Dilworth M. Silver, T. Sinclair and Company, Thomas W. Smillie, Erminnie A. Smith, Harlan I. Smith, Maurice G. Smith, Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Institution (William J. Rhees), J.F. Snyder, Ralph Stephan Solecki, Mrs. William S. Soule, J.M. Spainhour, Frances C. Sparhawk, P.S. Sparkman, Frank G. Speck, Lewis Spence, Robert E. Spence, Leslie Spier, Harry Hull St. Clair II, Louis Napoleon St. Onge, Emmet Starr, Frederick Starr, [United States] State Department, Joseph B. Steere, Vilhjalmur Stefansson, Morris Steggerda, Bernhard J. Stern, B.F. Stevens, Horace J. Stevens, James Stevenson, Matilda Coxe Stevenson, Sara Yorke Stevenson, Julian H. Steward, R.E. Stewart, Gene M. Stirling, Matthew W. Stirling, David B. Stout, W. von Streeruwitz, William Duncan Strong, William C. Sturtevant, Jeremiah Sullivan, James G. Swan, John R. Swanton, W.M. Sweney, H. Swift. T Montague Tallant, Wirt Tassin, Douglas M. Taylor, James A. Teit, Henry M. Teller, William Thalbitzer, Joseph B. Thoburn, Cyrus Thomas, N.W. Thomas, Alton H. Thompson, Douglas M. Thompson, Edward Thompson, Gilbert Thompson, John E. Sidney Thompson, Reuben Gold Thwaites, A.S. Tiffany, A.O. Titus, J.E. Todd, William F. Tolmie, William H. Tomkins, William Wallace Tooker, Alfred M. Tozzer, [United States] Treasury Department, Alfred K. Trippert, Frederick W. True, James H. Trumbull, W.O. Tuggles, G.E.S. Turner, Lucien M. Turner, Edward Burnett Tylor. U United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, United States Indian Service, United States National Museum. V J.J. Valentin, T. Van Hyning, Chrysostom Verwyst, E.P. Vining, Charles F. Voegelin, Evon Z. Vogt.

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W Wolfgang von Hagen, H.E. Wadsworth, Duncan L. and Emilio Rodger Wagner, Charles D. Walcott, Hermann Von Waldegg, Edwin F. Walker, S.T. Walter, Winslow M. Walker, J.S. Wall, Wilson D. Wallis, M.B. Walter, Henry Walther, [United States] War Department, Henry L. Ward, Lester F. Ward, H. Schmidt Wartenberg, Henry Waacute;ssen, T.T. Waterman, John A. Watkins, Walter Prescott Webb, William S. Webb, Anselm Weber, Waldo R. Wedel, Stephen B. Weeks, Clarence W. Weiant, Gene Weltfish, B.K. Wetherill, Alexander Wetmore, George M. Wheeler, Bishop Whipple, Dabney White, Leslie A. White, Mark White, William Dwight Whitney, C. Whittlesey, James Wickersham, Helen M.C. Wilcox, Gordon R. Willey, A.M. Williams, B.O. Williams, C. Foster Williams, C.C. Willoughby, Edward F. Wilson, H.W. Wilson, Thomas Wilson, Newton H. Winchell, George Parker Winship, William J. Winter, George B. Winton, Clark Wissler, Isaac T. Wittemore, Herbert S. Wood, Norman B. Wood, T.A. Wood, Grace D. Woodburn, J.M. Woodburn, Jr., G.M. Woodward, T.J. Worthington, George M. Wrattan, Christopher Wren, Allen Wright, C.D. Wright, George Frederick Wright, Mary Irvin Wright, S.G. Wright, John M. Wulfing, Walter C. Wyman. Y Henry C. Yarrow, Lorenzo Gordon Yates, Egerton R. Young. Z Ben Zimmerman, and Zuni Dick.

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