MS 7269 Interview by John H. McKibben, former Quapaw tribal chairman, with Anna Beaver, Maude Angel Supernaw, Louis Quapaw, Fannie Goodeagle, and Mary Wilson
Beaver, Anna, 1882- (Quapaw)
Goodeagle, Fannie, 1905- (Quapaw)
Supernaw, Maude Angel, 1881- (Quapaw)
The material includes the asking of Quapaw equivalents of English words. A copy of a list of the English words are included.
Morris Steggerda photographs of Mayan peoples
Anthropometric portraits of Maya people in the vicinity of Chichen Itza, probably made for Steggerda's Carnegie Institution publication 434, "Anthropometry of Adult Maya Indians: A Study of Their Physical and Physiological Characteristics," 1932.
MS 7521 Structuring and restructuring of the American Anthropological Association
Includes a memorandum from Conrad Reining, secretary of the AAA, to Nathalie Woodbury, July 10, 1969, with comments on the manuscript.
MS 4222 Definition of the term "Indian" according to the Canadian Indian Act
Society for Historical Archaeology records
Armour, David A.
Cotter, John Lambert
This collection contains the records of the Society for Historical Archaeology and documents the activities of its officers and board of directors. Also included are copies of the SHA's publications.
Louise Marie Robbins papers
The papers are limited to material concerning Robbins's work on footprints. Included are documents resulting from her basic study that involved 550 American individuals and established the various measurements with which she worked. The papers consist of footprints, foot outlines, data forms, notes, and computer printouts. The provided much of the …
MS 1992-a Pawnee-English vocabulary
Handwritten. Presented by the compiler, April 28, 1911. Copy of 1 page letter of transmittal filed with the manuscript.
MS 2002-07 Poster depicting Navaho ceremonial masks
One color poster measuring 31 x 22 inches, depicting over 20 head and face masks used in the Navajo Nightway ceremony. Printed as a companion to the book Head and Face Masks in Navaho Ceremonialism (1947) by Berard Haile.
William F. Wheeler Efe Pygmy papers
William F. Wheeler papers and photographs of Efe Pygmies. A large part, if not all, of these materials are associated with the 2004 exhibit of Wheeler's Efe Pygmies photographs and artifacts at the San Diego Museum of Man titled "Efe: Archers of the Congo." This collection consists of mounted photographs (20 x …