MS 4857-a Words of the Upper Tanana Dialect, collected in the neighborhood of the Healy, Goodpaster, and Volkmar rivers, 1904-1906
Photographs of Isleta paintings and letter by Joe B. Lente
The collection consists of photographs of Joe B. Lente's ink and watercolor paintings of Isleta Pueblo ceremonies and a small sketch of the artist on Lente's letter to Elsie Clews Parsons from September 16, 1938.
MS 1754 Miscellaneous writings on the Dakotas
Includes "Games played by Indian children," Autograph document signed 3 pages with 1 sketch; "How Sioux Indians receive their names," Autograph document signed 12 pages; "Thunder's Slaughter," a myth, Autograph document signed 5 pages; "One good Indian and one bad one," Autograph document signed (Dated 1903) 11 pages; "Maternity and midwifery among the Sioux," Autograph document …
MS 3001 Phonetic transcription and notes for "Autobiography of a Fox woman" collected by Truman Michelson
Kiyana, Alfred, 1877-1918
Phonetic transcription of Shapochiwa's dictation of "Autobiography of a Fox woman." There are also extensive grammatical and ethnological notes by Shapochiwa's husband, Harry Lincoln, and notes on death ritual from Alfred Kiyana.
Frederick K. Morris photographs of East Asia
1,000 Items (circa)
Photographs compiled by Frederick K. Morris documenting his travels in China, 1920-1923; Mongolia, 1922-1923; and Japan and Korea, 1923 and 1925. The photographs were made or collected by Frederick and Florence Morris in Shanghai, Yokohama (after an eathquake), Tianjin, Beijing, Zhangjiakou, Kyoto, Nara, Nikko, Seul, and Kaijo, as well as various villages. They depict …
MS 2000-03 Signature of Geronimo
Faulk, Odie B.
Geronimo's signature on a small scrap of paper. One letter, authored by Roy Bunten in 1972, describes the signature of Geronimo that he obtained at the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis (also known as the Louisiana Purchase Expedition) for ten cents. The letter describes Geronimo as a prisoner of the U.S …
MS 2100 Miscellaneous ethnographic and occasional linguistic notes on Santa Clara and other Pueblos
Contents: (a) Santa Clara. Notes, no date, 1904, 1906. 51 pages, 6 scattered pages vocabulary of numerals and clan names. (b) Sia. Notes, no date, 1904. Approximately 53 pages, including 19 scattered pages numerals and other vocabulary. (c) San Juan. Vocabulary notes. No date, 3 pages. (d) Zuni. Names of men and positions in fraternities and priesthoods. December …
MS 4470 "Replicas Canaan Stelae" and "Phoenicians in America"
Strong, Walker Albert, 1918-
Data on petroglyphs in the Susquehanna Valley, Pennsylvania, purporting to trace their origin to the Phoenicians.
Relate to Arapaho sun dance and tomahawk dance assembled by Mrs Harry English who was adopted into the Arapaho tribe ca. the 1920's ("at least thirty-five years or more [ago]"--letter of May 24, 1966 to Norman Feder from her daughter-in-law, Mrs Allan J. English.)