In parallel columns on foolscap sheets numbered 1-2, 5-15 in Gatschet's hand. No date. [1874, 1875 13 pages by Loew, with notes by A.S. Gatschet on bottom of page 15 and its reverse.
Lists chiefs and bands, with notes on mortuary customs. Some items duplicated.
Two Paviotso vocabularies in comparative format. No English glosses given, but entries correspond to the scheduled items of Comparative Vocabulary. Contains dialects from Walker Lake ("A'-gai Pai-u-ti") and Lone Pine, California. ("Ko-za-bi Pai-u-ti") which is Mono.
Letter from C.L. Hequembourg to Joseph Henry enclosing manuscript in hand of a scribe: words and phrases in the Paiute language, which "have been read over to the Indians for correction." Also letter of F. L. O. Roehrig, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., April 24, 1873, 2 pages commenting on Hequembourg's data.
In printed Smithsonian vocabulary form Number 170. Also copies by George Gibbs of each of the vocabularies; Paiute, 6 pages, Shoshoni, 2 pages (formerly numbered 776 and 779 respectively).
This collection consists of 145 postcards and 11 photographs depicting indigenous peoples of the Americas, with dates ranging 1890 – 1930s. The bulk of the collection consists of postcards of Native communities throughout the United States, and includes portrait images, dwellings, basket-making, weaving, and crafts.
Typescript document is 45 pages and manuscript document is 56 pages. Also note of transmittal to Margaret C. Blaker. Washington, D. C. October 1, 1969. Typescript document. 1 page. Manuscript document contains some notes and vocabulary items not found in typescript document.
Section of Northern Paiute (pages 11-61) contains ethnological and ethnobotanical vocabulary in Paviotso. On page 12, Powers remarks: "The words here are in the Pyramid Lake dialect."
Pages lettered "A" through "S".