MS 3345 Arapaho ethnological notes
Rowlodge, Jesse, circa 1884-1974
The latter unnumbered pages with description of Womens Buffalo Horn Ceremony, are noted to add to "other tablet." This probably means to the tablet in 3087 which contains descriptions of several lodge ceremonies. Most of this notebook is about Old Moccasin Society. MC/11/59 (Maxine Colonna, Washington D.C. 11/59)
MS 3438 Manuscript on Mythology
Begins with page 126 and ends with number 244. Also letter transmitting this report, referring to the paper as "a report answering the Inquiries of Mr Schoolcraft."
MS 3448 Miscellaneous notes and extracts relating to the Tonkawa and related tribes
Confederate States of America. War Department
Includes the following: Notes on slips, cards, and sheets of various sizes, about 24 pages, handwritten, and very difficult to read; includes 1 easily legible page, "Tonkawa Bands, Subtribes or Clans." Extracts from various published sources, 21 pages, typed; includes Report of the Secretary of War [Confederate], War Department, Richmond, January 3, 1863, 8 pages. Ratification …
MS 3693 Notes on Iroquoian Cosmology
One page of text on White Dog Sacrifice.
MS 3814 Vocabulary of "Oneida of Seymour, Wisconsin"
MS 3819 Inscription on tablet erected by the S.A.R. in the State of New York Onondaga County, 1935
Submitted to Mr Hewitt for attention. Copy of Mr Hewitt's reply, criticising the statements on the tablet. May 6, 1935.
MS 4051 Tarahumare text or sermon
Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel), 1832-1907
Also includes biographical sketch of Dr Lumholtz, 1 page.
MS 4143 Natchez vocabulary in Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages
Recorded in schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages, 1880.
MS 4429 Sketch of the Mayo and Yaqui Indians, who are helping to fight Carranza
MS 7126 Letter to Glenn T. Trewartha
Trewartha, Glenn Thomas, 1896-1984
Congratulates Trewartha on his Guggenheim fellowship. Urges him to devote Oriental studies on physiographic foundation.