The first 8 pages are missing.
Rough tracings from miscellaneous sources including SI-ARs, Beauchampʹs articles in New York S. Mus. Bulletin. Mostly pipes of North America. Includes some Egyptian and classical subjects.
Contains 677 terms in schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages. Recorded from Ki'-ri-mi or Charlie Kai, Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico.
Brief vocabulary in Pima.
Includes acssociated notes and correspondence, 100 pages. Manuscript has extensive pencil and red ink editing by F, W. Hodge, Ethnologist-in-Charge, Bureau of American Ethnology, and some pencil notations by Paul C. Standley, Assistant Curator, Division of Plants, U. S. National Museum.
This letter was found with manuscript 2031, to which it is not related except that a description of the letter manuscript has been written on the back in the hand of J. N. B. Hewitt. What manuscript was transmitted with the Ransom letter is unknown. There is no mention of it in the 27th Annual Report, Bureau of American Ethnology.
Zuni-English vocabulary, in handwriting of A.S. Gatschet, many with notes by F. W. Hodge, signed "H". Not in alphabetical order. About 20 slips are clipped together with a note in Gatschet's hand: "words with corrections by Cushing's hand. (The same slips also include corrections by Hodge.)
Also note of transmittal, May 27, 1911. Letter of F. W. Hodge, April 24, 1911, re Pawnee verb, I do it, 2 pages, typed, and Pawnee verb paradigms, 3 pages.
Handwritten manuscript of 32 numbered and 40 unnumbered pages. Also letter of August 17, 1912 to F. W. Hodge concerning plant identifications. 2 pages typed.