MS 3124 Sermon on the Passion of Jesus Christ, in Caughnawaga Mohawk
MS 3444 Letter from Dr Edgar L. Hewett
Hewett, Edgar L. (Edgar Lee), 1865-1946
Incloses certificate signed by Miss Kurtz, stating that the "Mexican Pictograph" which was being kept for her by the Smithsonian Institution, was to be given to Dr Hewitt in case of her death. Certificate dated December 22, 1911.
MS 3496 Myth of the Mudjikewis or Inabiozio--notes and discussion
MS 3635 List of incumbents of Grand River Six Nations
Includes Upper Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondaga, Cayuga, Tuscarora, and Delawares. From 1848 to 1898.
MS 3992-b Drawings of Iroquois myths and festivals
Numbers 1, 5, and 6 have annotated captions by J. N. B. Hewitt on the front. Numbers 1-5 have annotated captions by W. N. Fenton on the reverse.
MS 427 "Creation Myth" and "Cosmogonic Myth in Onondaga"
Buck, John, Chief
MS 4550 Manuscripts relating to the Marsh Darien Expedition
Contents as follows: "The White Indians or the Primitive White People of Southeastern Panama." Brockport, New York, October, 1923. 35 pages, typed, 7 photographs. "The Marsh Darien Expedition of 1924." 18 pages, handwritten, signed by R.O. Marsh. "The Discovery of the White Indians of Panama, as told by R.O. Marsh, their discoverer, to Watson Davis …
MS 738 Snanaimuq grammatical notes and texts
Texts: "The Mink and the Ghost," 1 p. and "The Man and the Whale," 3 pp., both with interlinear translations.