Elsie Clews Parsons Papers
1835-1944
(38.25 linear feet)

572 P35 and Ms Coll. 29

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Table of contents Abstract
Elsie Clews Parsons (1875-1941) was trained as a sociologist at Columbia University, but made her greatest achievements in the fields of anthropology and folklore. Parsons' early works in the field of sociology dealt primarily with gender roles, conventions of society, and the effect of society's pressures on the individual. After a trip to the American Southwest with her husband in 1910, Parsons' interests turned to anthropology. She began making field trips to Arizona and New Mexico and, under the influence of her friend Franz Boas, Parsons recorded in meticulous detail data on social organization, religious practices, and folklore of the Southwest Indians. Concurrently, Parsons conducted research in folklore, concentrating on folk tales of Afro-Americans and Caribbean peoples. She was active in a number of professional associations and was the associate editor of the Journal of American Folklore from 1918 until her death.

Th Parsons Papers were acquired in two separate groupings and remains organized in two distinct parts. The first part (572 P35), acquired in 1949, contains approximately 12 linear feet of materials focused on Parsons' career in anthropology. The second part (Ms. Coll. 29), acquired in 1985, consists of 26.25 linear feet of materials divided into ten series, covering a larger scope of Parsons' life, including family and personal correspondence.
Background note
Elsie Clews Parsons, n.d.
Elsie Clews Parsons, n.d.

Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (1875-1941) was a sociologist, anthropologist, and folklorist. By birth and marriage, Parsons belonged to the wealthy, social, and generally conservative circles of New York City. Nevertheless, the chose to study at newly founded Barnard College (B.A. 1896) and received a doctorate in sociology from Columbia University in 1899. In 1900 Elsie Clews married New York lawyer Herbert Parsons, who later became a Republican National Committeeman (1916-1920). They had six children, four of whom survived: Elsie ("Lissa") born in 1901, John Edward in 1903, Herbert in 1909, and Henry McIlvaine ("Mac") in 1911.

Parsons' early works were in the field of sociology and dealt primarily with gender roles, conventions of society, and the effect of society's pressures on the individual. Her works on these subjects include: The Family (1906), The Old-Fashioned Woman (1913), Fear and Conventionality (1914), Social Freedom (1915), and Social Rule (1916). She also wrote numerous newspaper and journal articles on feminism and pacifism.

After a trip to the American Southwest with her husband in 1910, Parsons' interests turned to anthropology. She began making field trips to Arizona and New Mexico. Under the influence of her friend Franz Boas, Parsons recorded in meticulous detail data on social organization, religious practices, and folklore of the Southwest Indians. Her publications from this period include: The Social Organization of the Tewa of New Mexico (1929), Hopi and Zuni Ceremonialism (1933), and Pueblo Indian Religion (1939). Later in her career, Parsons became interested in the Spanish influence on Indian cultures. She conducted research in Mexico and in Ecuador for her final ethnographies, Mitla: Town of the Souls (1936) and Peguche (1945).

Concurrently, Parsons conducted research in folklore, concentrating on folk tales of Afro-Americans and Caribbean peoples. She travelled to the Carolinas, Cape Verde Islands, and Caribbean islands to collect tales, and she frequently funded anthropology students to collect data. Publications in this area of interest include: Folk-Lore from the Cape Verde Islands (1923), Folk-Lore of the Sea Islands, S.C. (1924), and Folk-Lore of the Antilles, French and English (3v., 1933-1943).

Elsie Clews Parsons held the office of President of the American Folklore Society (1918-1920), the American Ethnological Association (1923-1925), and the American Anthropological Association (1940-1941). She was the associate editor of the Journal of American Folklore from 1918 until her death. Parsons also gave much financial support to these groups and financed field trips by young scholars.


Scope and content
The Parsons Papers (1880-1980; bulk dates 1880-1942) contain correspondence, lectures, manuscripts of published and unpublished works, research notes and notebooks, and photographs which document the life of the anthropologist, Elsie Clews Parsons. While the bulk of the collectiona is comprised of material generated by Parsons during the course of her career, it includes some significant material collected by her, including Frank Hamilton Cushing's notebook of Zuni vocabulary, 1880, and valuable material collected about her.

Many letters, especially in Series II (Personal Correspondence) are undated. In cases where the bulk of the correspondence has no dates, "original" order (i.e. the order in which it arrived at this repository) was maintained. In folders where only a few undated letters exist, these items are placed following the dated ones. Dates in brackets with question marks are, for the most part, Peter H. Hare's estimation. Other dates supplied are by the repository's archivists and are taken from the postmark on the accompanying envelope. Envelopes were disposed of, but in cases where they are kept, for dating or exhibition purposes, the envelopes are placed in front of the corresponding letter.

The Elsie Clews Parsons Papers was acquired as two separate groupings and remains organized in that way. The first subcollection, 572 P35 (12 linear feet acquired in 1949), is tightly focused on Parsons' professional career, and includes correspondence, ca. 1921-1941 (ca. 1000 items), notebooks, papers, photographs, news clippings, etc., relating to the tales, proverbs, and folklore of the West Indies; Jamaican Negro proverbs and sayings collected by George R. Drinkwater in 1892; "Filipino Village Reminiscences" by Parsons; riddles, folk tales, poems from York Village, Maine; materials on birth control; "Indian trait survey" by Edward W. Gifford; the Hopi notebooks of Alexander M. Stephens; ethnography and folklore of Pueblo of the southwest U.S., Mitla in Oaxaca, Mexico, and Peguch, Ecuador; and unpublished manuscripts on sleep, a trip to Greece, and "The World Changes." The correspondence pertains primarily to her publications and those written by others, and with her efforts for the American Anthropological Association, and the American Folklore Society. Correspondents include: Ruth Benedict, Franz Boas, Fay-Cooper Cole, Fred Eggan, Juan Gorrell, A. Irving Hallowell, Melville Herskovits, Alfred V. Kidder, Alfred L. Kroeber, Oliver La Farge, Robert H. Lowie, John E. Parsons, Robert Redfield, Gladys Reichard, Edward Sapir, Stith Thompson, and Leslie A. White.

There is a great deal of material concerning Parson's publications in anthropology and folklore, with related correspondence and reviews of her work, along with numerous manuscripts relating to her commitment to feminist causes and pacifism during World War I. The collectio includes at least four unpublished manuscripts: "In the Southwest" (a complete travel guide), "Imaginary Mistress," "Journal of a Feminist," and "Journal of a Pacifist." There is an interesting reminiscence of Parsons by Ralph Beals.

The most recent matierals in the Parsons Papers were assembled by Peter Hare who, with the family's consent, collected material on Parsons for his biography, A Woman's Quest for Science (1985).

In the following, notes have been added to clarify the relationships between Parsons and her correspondents. Such notes are usually intended to distinguish Elsie's husband Herbert from her son Herbert, and her father-in-law John E. Parsons, from her son John E. Parsons. Unless otherwise specified, the relationship given in the note (e.g. son) is that of the individual to Elsie Clews Parsons.

The papers are divided into ten series:

Elsie Clews Parsons Papers I
Correspondence nos, 1-5 1.5 linear feet
Notes, manuscripts, etc. nos, 6-67 10.5 linear feet

Elsie Clews Parsons Papers II
Series I Professional Correspondence 4 linear feet
Series II Personal Correspondence 5.5 linear feet
Series III Lectures and Manuscripts 4 linear feet
Series IV Research Notes and Notebooks 6.25 linear feet
Series V Herbert Parsons Papers 0.75 linear feet
Series VI Peter H. Hare Papers 0.75 linear feet
Series VII Ephemera 0.5 linear feet
Series VIII Photographs and Negatives 2 linear feet
Series IX Financial Papers 0.75 linear feet
Series X Estate of Elsie Clews Parsons 1.25 linear feet
Series I-X Oversized materials 0.5 linear feet

Material in oversized box #1 follows the same series arrangement as noted above. Unusual formats, such as scrapbooks, portfolios, and oversized notebooks are located in oversized box #2. Cross referencing to oversized material appears on the folders in the standard size boxes. Reprints and published works have been removed from the collection; consult the card catalog for printed materials to retrieve those items.

Administrative information
Restrictions
None.

Provenance
The materials included in Elsie Clews Parsons Papers I (Call no. 572.P25) were donated to the American Philosophical Society by the Parsons family in 1949.

The materials in Elsie Clews Parsons Papers II (Ms. Coll. 29) were presented by Mrs. John E. Parsons and Fanny Parsons Culleton in three accessions
  1. Accesion no. 1985-185ms, 17 lin. feet presented by Mrs. John E. Parsons, January 1985
  2. Accesion no. 1988-1527ms, 9 lin. feet presented by Fanny Parsons Culleton, June 1988
  3. Accesion no. 1988-1869ms, ca. 1 lin. foot) by Fanny Parsons Culleton, July 1988.

The latter accessions have been kept separate from the 1949 accession, which consists primarily of professional correspondence, field notes, and manuscripts.

Accruals:
Five additional accessions were added to the Parsons Papers in 1996: 1996-601ms, 602ms (gift of Marnie Frost), 898ms, 1113ms, 1222ms. These are inventoried separately.

Preferred citation
Cite as: Elsie Clews Parsons Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information
Catalogued by Carla B. Zimmerman and Timothy T. Wilson, June 1992, revised October 1992, and updated for encoding by Alison Lewis, 2001.

Other finding aids
Most of the materials in Elsie Clews Parsons Papers I is indexed in John Freeman and Murphy Smith, A Guide to Manuscripts Relating to the American Indian or in Daythal Kendall's Supplement. The second subcollection is not indexed.

Additional information
Separated material
Reprints and books found in the collection have been removed for storage to the APS printed materials collection.

Related material
The papers of Parsons' mentor Franz Boas (B B61 and B B61p) include abundant correspondence with and about Parsons.

References
Hare, Peter H., A Woman's Quest for Science. Buffalo: Prometheus, 1985.

Reichard, Gladys A., "The Elsie Clews Parsons Collection," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 94, 3 (1950).

During processing, the entire collection was refoldered and re-housed in acid-free folders and boxes. All metal fasteners were removed and replaced with plastic clips when necessary. White acid-free paper has been placed in folders permanently, to distinguish between clipped or stapled papers, and, temporarily, to keep acidic materials separate. Please do not remove these sheets. Many brittle and torn items have been photocopied onto Permalife bond paper. After this process, originals were discarded.

If a deteriorating item was considered valuable in its original state, a white acid-free marker was placed in its folder. A list of these manuscripts has been compiled by series and will be submitted for in-house conservation.

Added entries
Subjects
  • American Anthropological Association
  • American Folklore Society
  • Anthropology
  • Birth control
  • Blacks--Jamaica--Folklore
  • Feminism
  • Folklore
  • Folklore--Jamaica
  • Greece--Description and travel--20th century
  • Indians of Central America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of South America
  • Pacificism
  • Peace movements--20th century
  • University of California, Berkeley. Anthropology Department.
  • World War, 1914-1918
  • Contributors
  • Balch, Ernesto
  • Beals, Ralph
  • Benedict, Ruth, 1887-1848
  • Boardman, Ruth
  • Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
  • Bourne, Randolph
  • Bovey, Charles
  • Brice, Kirkpatrick
  • Bunzel, Ruth
  • Camody, Mary
  • Cole, Fay Cooper
  • Day, Clarence
  • Drinkwater, George R.
  • Eastman, Max, 1883-1969
  • Eggan, Fred
  • Fitz, Reginald
  • Galton, Francis, Sir, 1822-1911
  • Gifford, Edward W.
  • Goddard, Pliny E.
  • Goldenweiser, Alexander
  • Gorrell, Juan
  • Hackett, Francis
  • Hallowell, Alfred Irving, 1892-1974
  • Hare, Peter
  • Herskovits, Melville
  • Hughes, Larry
  • Johnson, Alvin
  • Kidder, Alfred V.
  • Kroeber, Alfred L.
  • La Farge, G. Grant
  • La Farge, Oliver, 1901-1963
  • Law, George
  • Lewis, Margaret
  • Lowie, Robert H., 1883-1957
  • Luhan, Mabel Dodge
  • Opler, Morris E.
  • Parsons, John E.
  • Redfield, Robert
  • Reichard, Gladys
  • Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
  • Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939
  • Spier, Leslie
  • Stephen, Alexander M.
  • Taft, William Howard, 1857-1930
  • Thompson, Stith
  • Titiev, Morris
  • True, Clara
  • White, Leslie A.
  • Young, George
  • Contact information
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    Support for processing the Parsons Papers was provided by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

    Collection overview

    Elsie Clews Parsons Papers I

    Professional correspondence, notes, and manuscripts of Elsie Clews Parsons relating to research in folklore and anthropology. Subcollection I includes much of the most significant material relating to Parsons's fieldwork among the Indians of the American Southwest (Acoma, Hopi, Isleta, Jemez, Laguna, Pecos, Picuris, Taos, Tewa, Zuni), Mexico (Mitla), and the West Indies.

    Parsons I is organized essentially as received, with no coherent, overall arrangement, but with good topical arrangement at a more refined level. The correspondence relating to Parsons's research on Indians is indexed in Freeman and Smith's Guide to Manuscripts Relating to the American Indian....




    Elsie Clews Parsons Papers II

    Series I. Professional Correspondence 1898-1937 4 linear feet

    The Parsons II Papers (Ms. Coll. 29) is comprised of 26.25 linear feet of personal and professional correspondence, early childhood material, miscellaneous geneaological, autobiographical, and other manuscripts, financial records, and photographs. acquired in 1985. A rich assemblage, Parsons II differs from the previous Parsons accession in documenting a larger scope of Parsons' life, and in particular, it includes a wealth of family and personal material and a greater representation of her interests outside of anthropology and folklore.

    Parsons II The more personal, family material includes correspondence between Parsons and her children, and more extensively (1898-1925) with her husband Herbert (1869-1925), many written while Parsons was conducting research in field. Many other anthropologists are represented in the correspondence, the most notable being the large number of letters (ca. 1915-1930s) from Alfred L. Kroeber, whose letters discuss personal matters, the state of anthropology at Berkeley and elsewhere, and colleagues and mutual friends.

    The collection also includes an interesting family genealogy, "Record of Family Faculties" (a printed form-book devised by Francis Galton) which includes photographs of Parsons and others, with a detailed description of herself, and Parsons's financial records, which provide detailed documentation of Parsons's self-financed field research during the 1920s and 1930s.

    contains incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, postcards and telegrams generated during Parsons' career. Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then chronologically within each file. Chronologically, the correspondence is evenly distributed. Colleague's manuscript articles and short papers are included in this series under the author's name. Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically.

    Correspondence relates to Parsons' interests in sociology, anthropology, and professional and political organizations. In ambiguous cases of professional vs. personal relationships, the correspondence has been filed in this series. Correspondents include: Franz Boas, Randolph S. Bourne, Clarence Day, Jr., P.E. Goddard, Francis Hackett, A.L. Kroeber, C. Grant La Farge, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Gladys A. Reichard, and Morris Titiev.




    Series II. Personal Correspondence 1882-1941; 1965 5.5 linear feet

    includes letters from family members, childhood friends, domestic help, and people with whom Parsons had primarily social relations. There is extensive correspondence with her husband, Herbert, and her son, John, both of which contain interesting information on herfield work in the Southwest and in Mexico. Series II is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically within each file.




    Series III. Lectures and Manuscripts 1898-1947 4 linear feet

    contains Parsons' addresses, lectures, and manuscripts. Notes or drafts that can be identified have been placed in this series. Unidentifiable notes or drafts have been placed in Series IV as "Miscellaneous." Correspondence with publishers, critiques from colleagues, and printed reviews have been placed in this series by manuscript title. Arrangement is alphabetical by type of material (e.g. Address, Manuscript), and within each type alphabetical by title. There is a bibliographic card file kept by Parsons from 1914 to 1920, listing articles sent to publishers with notes made on rejections and acceptances. Some items are from Parsons' graduate coursework at Columbia University. Subjects include all of Parsons' interests: anthropology of the Southwest, sociology, feminism, pacifism, and folklore, in addition to a few fictional works. Unpublished manuscripts include: "In the Southwest," "The Imaginary Mistress," "Journal of a Feminist," and "Journal of a Pacifist."




    Series IV. Research Notes and Notebooks 1880-1935? 6.25 linear feet

    contains primarily notes on Indians of the Southwest, especially the Hopi and the Zuni, and Mexico. The Mexican material includes two handwritten manuscripts of "La Conquista," which relates the historical events between Montezuma and Cortez. The undated "Conquista" manuscript contains elaborate pen-and-ink drawings. There is also a large section of notes on Arabic and Sudanese folklore, as well as that of Nova Scotia, the Cape Verde Islands, and several other island communities. In addition, there is a smaller section of notes on the folklore of African-American communities. This series also includes the stenographer's notebooks kept by Parsons' secretary, Anne Nagle, from the years 1929-1935?. All of Nagle's notebooks are taken in Gregg shorthand, and contain correspondence, notes and tales. Notebooks and notes are arranged alphabetically by subject, and then chronologically within each subject. Unidentified notes appear in this series under "Miscellaneous." The bulk dates for the notebooks are from 1915 to 1932.




    Series V. Herbert Parsons Papers 1894-1931 0.75 linear feet

    primarily contains papers of Elsie Clews Parsons' husband. This series is narrow in its focus; it contains personal correspondence with their children and other relatives, and includes material on his work with the American Expeditionary Forces in Europe in 1918. The bulk of the material in this series dates from 1916 to 1920. Herbert's correspondence with Elsie appears in Series II. N.B. The bulk of Herbert Parsons' papers are deposited in the Columbia University Libraries.




    Series VI. Peter H. Hare Papers 1900-1980 0.75 linear feet

    contains research conducted by Hare for his biography, A Woman's Quest for Science: Portrait of Anthropologist Elsie Clews Parsons (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus, 1985). This series includes background information, copies of Parsons' publications, and correspondence between Hare and Parsons' colleagues and repositories that hold letters from Parsons. Photocopies of Parsons' letters collected by Hare are filed in this series under the recipients' names. There are interesting reminiscences of Parsons by Ralph L. Beals and Arthur Huff Fauset.

    As this material was gathered from various institutional and people, some correspondence and supporting material which appears in this series carries restrictions on duplication. All restrictions are noted on the folder.




    Series VII. Ephemera 1888-1942 0.5 linear feet

    contains newspaper clippings, concert programs, museum pamphlets, postcards, miscellaneous items, and a few artifacts from Parsons' possessions. There is a beautiful portfolio which originally contained a large portion of photographs and ephemera. Of interest in this series are the clippings on the Bursum Bill regarding Indian rights. The poems to Elsie and Herbert Parsons, and "Marriage Customs and Taboos Among the Early Heterodites" are amusing. Other ephemera may be found in Ser. VIII, [Scrapbook] which includes photographs as well as commencement programs, correspondence, and passenger lists from various trips.




    Series VIII. Photographs and Scrapbooks [ca.1885?]-1935; 1963 2 linear feet; scrapbook

    holds prints, negatives, plates, and albums of family, friends, and homes. Of note are the negatives of Elsie and Herbert's 1905 trip with William Howard Taft to the Philippines, and two mini-albums by Gladys A. Reichard with photographs of Parsons, Boas, and Margaret Mead among others. With the exception of Mexico, there are very few photographs of Parsons' field trips and subjects of study. There is a large series of photographs, and negatives, of John and Lissa Parsons from 1908. There are also a small group of photographs of Elsie Clews as a young girl. Of particular note in this series is the "Record of Family Faculties" which includes photographs of and biographical information on the Parsons and Clews families. The series is arranged alphabetically by subject, and then chronologically. Unidentified subjects were filed under "Unidentified."




    Series IX. Financial Papers 1906-1941 0.75 linear feet

    primarily contains accounts with banks and stock brokers (mostly dating after Herbert's death in 1925) and domestic bills and receipts (1906-1928). The bills and receipts are arranged by type of alphabetical order by type of material (e.g. Accounts), and then in alphabetical order by folder title, and then in chronological order.




    Series X. Estate of Elsie Clews Parsons 1927-1967 1.25 linear feet

    contains correspondence and account information related to the settlement of Parsons' estate. The principal executors were John Parsons and Elsie Parsons Kennedy, though Herbert and McIlvaine conducted some estate business. The series is organized alphabetically by type of material (e.g., Accounts), and then in alphabetical order by folder title, and then in chronological order. The bulk dates for the material in this series are from 1942 to 1945.



    Detailed inventory

    Elsie Clews Parsons Papers I

    1-4. Correspondence 1921-1941 1.5 linear feet

    Aberle, Sophie 1939 3 items

    Freeman 3715


    Adair, John 1938-1940 5 items

    Freeman 3979


    Adair, John Joseph



    Aginsky, Bernard W.



    Alford, Floyd, Jr.



    American Anthropological Association



    American Association for the Advancement of Science



    American Council of Learned Societies. Committee on Native Languages of America.



    A.C.L.S. Committee on Research and Publication in the Fine Arts



    A.C.L.S. Conference on Negro Studies



    American Ethnological Society



    American Folklore Society



    American Geographical Society



    American Society for the Hard of Hearing



    Ames, Mrs.



    Anigstern, L.



    Ariss, Robert 1940 1 item

    Freeman 314


    Ashforth, John E., Jr.



    Augur, Wheaton



    Augustin, J. J.



    Bascom, William R.



    Baumann, Caroline F. 1939 1 item

    Freeman 3981


    Beals, Ralph 1937-1940 4 items

    Freeman 2157, 3681, 3918, 3929


    Beals, Ralph



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Bell, Marcus



    Benedict, Ruth 1937-1940 3 items

    Freeman 3070, 3983


    Benedict, Ruth



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Berberich, Peter



    Betty 1940 1 item

    Freeman 396


    Binger, Carl



    Binger, Walter D.



    Bird, Henry



    Blair, Walter



    Boas, Franz 1936-1941 16 items

    Freeman 1922


    Boas, Franz



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Boas, Franziska



    Boggs, Ralph S.



    Boston (Mass.). City Hospital



    Bowditch, Mary Orne



    Brainerd, Margaret 1940 1 item

    Freeman 1552


    Brand, Donald D.



    Brassard, François J



    Brewer, J. Mason



    Brownlee, Robert E.



    Buler, Harriett B.



    Bunzel, Ruth



    Byers, Douglas S.



    Byrd, William, Press, Inc.



    California Folklore Society



    Callcott, Frank



    Cappannari, Stephen



    Carmichael, Leonard



    Carr, Miss Malcolm 1938 1 item

    Freeman 2383


    Carrière, Joseph M.



    Chambers, Henry Wick



    Chaves, Lorenzo 1923 1 item

    Freeman 3985


    Clearing House for Southwestern Museums



    Clews, Henry



    Cochise, George 1921 2 items

    Freeman 1553


    Cole, Fay-Cooper 1940 1 item

    Freeman 747


    Cole, Fay-Cooper



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Collier, Donald 1941 1 item

    Freeman 3100


    Collier, John



    Columbia Lecture Bureau



    Columbia University



    Columbia University. Library



    Columbia University Press



    Comhaire-Sylvain, Suzanne



    Conway, J. A.



    Cooper, John M.



    Cordry, Donald Bush ca.1938 1 item

    Freeman 1583


    Courlander, Harold



    Crawford, Suzanne



    Dangel, Davidson, D. S.



    De Laguna, Frederica



    Dorado, Carolina Marcia



    Douglas, F. H. 1941 2 items

    Freeman 3710


    Du Bois, Cora



    Dunn, R. 1939 Postcard

    Freeman 3930


    Dunn, R.



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Dutton, Bertha P. 1938 1 item

    Freeman 572


    Dutton, Bertha P.



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Eggan, Fred 1937-1941 4 items

    Freeman 1555, 3071


    Eggan, Fred



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Elwyn, James



    Embree, Edwin R.



    Espinosa, Aurelio M., Jr.



    Foor, Frances



    Frankel, Rose



    Fuente, Julio de la 1938 2 items

    Freeman 3932, 3944


    Garson, Eugenia



    Gatz, Mathilde B.



    Gayton, Ann



    Gillin, John 1941 1 item

    Freeman 3105


    Glass, Mary Gordon



    Goggin, John M. 1939 2 items

    Freeman 3074


    Goldfrank, Esther



    Gonzalez,



    Goodwin, Grenville 1936-1938 3 items

    Freeman 399


    Gorrell, Juan 1940-1941 3 items

    Freeman 3107
    Gorrell assisted Parsons in her Ecuadorian work, both while she was doing field work and after when he recorded ethnographic and folklore materials from native informants of Juan Montalvo, Cayambe, and Peguchi. The letters relate to Ecuadorian materials in bundle 60.



    1. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to ECP May 27, 1940 7p.

    2. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons June 8 [1940]


    3. Parsons, Elsie Clews, TLS to Juan L. Gorrell [Aug. 2, 1940] 2p.

    4. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Aug. 14, 1940 2p.

    5. Parsons, Elsie Clews, TLS to Juan L. Gorrell Reply to Aug. 14-15,1940


    6. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Aug. 15, 1940 5p.

    7. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Aug. 20, 1940


    8. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons (Reply to 5) Sept. 19, 1940 2p.

    9. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Sept. 23, 1940 1p.

    10. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Oct. 4, 1940 1p.

    11. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Oct. 17, 1940 3p.

    12. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Oct. 26, 1940 1p.

    13. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Oct. 29, 1940 2p.

    14. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Oct. 29, 1940 1p.

    15. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Oct. 30, 1940 1p.

    16. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Nov. 18, 1940 1p.

    17. Parsons, Elsie Clews, TLS to Juan L. Gorrell Nov. 21, 1940 2p.

    18. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Dec. 2, 1940 1p.

    19. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Feb. 10, 1940 [i.e. 1941]  2p.

    20. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Mar. 18, 1941 2p.

    21. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Mar. 31, 1941 1p.

    22. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons April 7, 1941 1p.

    23. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons April 17, 1941 1p.

    24. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons April 22, 1941 2p.

    25. Parsons, Elsie Clews, TLS to Juan L. Gorrell April 26, 1941 2p.

    26. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons May 5, 1941 1p.

    27. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons June 8, [1941] 1p.

    28. Parsons, Elsie Clews, TLS to Juan L. Gorrell, reply to June 8 no. 27 (incomplete)
    1p.

    29. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Aug. 11, 1941 1p.

    30. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Oct. 11 [1941] 1p.

    31. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Oct. 13, [1941] 2p.

    32. Gorrell, Juan L., TLS to Elsie Clews Parsons Oct. 25, 1941 1p.

    Goubauld, Antonio 1941 1 item

    Freeman 3108


    Gregory, Alyse



    Guthe, Carl E.



    H., Francis



    Hallowell, A. Irving



    Hand, Learned



    Hanson, Avery T.



    Hare, David. Note on Hare's portfolio and letter from Betty 1941 2 items

    Freeman 3078


    Hartman, Howard R.



    Hatch, Charles B.



    Haury, Dr. 1937 1 item

    Freeman 3068


    Heard, Alexander 1941 1 item

    Freeman 3109


    Heflin, Woodford



    Herskovits, Melville J. 1941 2 items

    Freeman 3682, 3683


    Herskovits, Melville J.



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Herzog, George 1937 2 items

    Freeman 2957


    Herzog, George



    Hill, W. W. ca.1940 1 item

    Freeman 3082


    Hodge, F. W. 1937 1 item

    Freeman 3064


    Hoebel, E. Adamson



    Hoijer, harry 1940 2 items

    Freeman 2388


    Holt, Hamilton



    Howland,Alice G.



    Hunkins, R. V.



    Hutton, A. G.



    Identification



    Jaegerhuber, Werner A.



    Jijon y Caamano, Jacinto 1940 1 item

    Freeman 3111


    Johnson, Owen



    Jones, Volney H. 1938 1 item

    Freeman 1556


    Kelly, Isabel 1938 1 item

    Freeman 436


    Kennard, Edward A. 1938-1939 3 items

    Freeman 1557


    Kennard, Edward A.



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Kennedy, John D.



    Kennedy, Lissa Parsons



    Kent, R. G.



    Keur, Dorothy L.



    Kidder, Alfred V. 1923-1938 3 items

    Freeman 2384, 3222


    King, Dale S.



    Kluckhohn, Clyde



    Knobhauer, Mary



    Knopf, Alfred A., Inc.



    Kroeber, A. L.



    L, Mabel



    LaBarre, Weston 1937 2 items

    Freeman 3711


    LaFarge, Oliver 1929 3 items

    Freeman 574


    Lambert, E. V.



    Lange, Charles 1941 1 item

    Freeman 3987


    Law, George



    Lawry, George A.



    Lee, Dorothea D.



    Leland, Waldo G.



    Lesser, Alexander



    Lestrade, G. P.



    Lewis, Margaret 1937 2 items

    Freeman 3988


    Lieurance, Thurlow



    Light, G. 1938 1 item

    Freeman 575


    Liming, George W.



    Lincoln, J. Steward 1936 1 item

    Freeman 714


    Linton, Ralph



    Lowie, Robert H. 1936-1941 10 items

    Freeman 576, 1863, 3076, 3172, 3795


    Lowie, Robert H.



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Luhan, Mabel Dodge 1939-1941 7 items

    Freeman 3712


    McDuffey, Joseph



    McKern, W. C.



    Martin, Paul S. 1938-1939 2 items

    Freeman 3065, 3066


    Martin, Paul S.



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Mason, John Alden



    Mayer, Mrs. M. 1940 1 item

    Freeman 1558


    Mead, Margaret 1939 2 items

    Freeman 3934


    Means, Philip Ainsworth 1941 1 item

    Freeman 3131


    Medical Clarion



    Mekeel, H. Scudder 1938-1939 8 items

    Freeman 3077


    Mekeel, H. Scudder



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Mera, H. P. 1941 1 item

    Freeman 3067


    Merrill, E.



    Mills, Ogden L.



    Mirabel, Antonio 1939 2 items

    Freeman 3713


    Mishkin, Bernard 1939 1 item

    Freeman 578


    Miscellany



    Mitla, Town of Souls



    Morgan, Mrs. Anita



    Nancy Couture, Inc.



    Natural History Magazine



    New Mexico Association on Indian Affairs



    New School for Social Research, Inc.



    Newspaper clippings



    North Haven, Maine



    Oakman, Elise



    Opler,Marvin K. 1938-1941 12 items

    Freeman 400, 3829


    Opler,Marvin K.



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Osanai, Iva T. 1939 1 item

    Freeman 3079


    Osgood, Cornelius



    Paramount Pictures



    Parsons, Elsie Clews, Memorandum on relations with Spanish America 1940 1 item

    Freeman 3688


    Parsons, Elsie Clews, Letters in re. Mitla, Town of the Souls 1936


    Freeman 3933


    Parsons, Elsie Clews, Pawnee kinship terms n.d. 1 item

    Freeman 2666


    Parsons, Elsie Clews, Project report for Navajo archaeology 1939 1 item

    Freeman 2381


    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Parsons, Herbert



    Parsons, John E.



    Parsons, Mary



    Patterson, Rufus Lenoir



    Peters, Robeson



    Powell, Thomas Reed



    Profitt, Charles G.



    Quisumbing, Eduardo



    Rael, Juan B.



    Railway Express Agency



    Ray,



    Redfield, Robert 1937-1941 29 items

    Freeman 579, 748, 3119, 3919, 3940


    Redfield, Robert



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Reichard, Gladys 1939-1941 7 items

    Freeman 2386


    Reichard, Gladys



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Reiter, Paul 1939 1 item

    Freeman 3069


    Robinson, Randolph



    Roosevelt, Sara Delano, Tribute Committee



    Rosenberger, E. G.



    Rosett, Joshua



    Rydal,Press



    St. Paul's School



    Santa Fe (N.M.) First National Bank



    Sapir, Edward



    Schloss



    Scholarly Monthly



    Scott, Donald



    Sedgwick, Sher



    Seligman, C. G.



    Setzler, Frank M.



    Simkhovitch, Mary



    Simmons, Leo W. 1941 1 item

    Freeman 1562


    Smith, Marian K.



    South American Handbook



    South American Trip - Miscellany



    Spier, Leslie 1937-1941 19 items

    Freeman 3927


    Spier, Leslie



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Stagg, F. L.



    Stammer, P.



    Stearns, Harold E.



    Stechert, G. E., & Co.



    Stern, Bernhard J



    Stevenson, J. H., & Company



    Steward, Julian 1939-1940 6 items

    Freeman 3120, 3687, 3690


    Stokes, Anson Phelps



    Stout, D. B.



    Strong, W. Duncan 1939 1 item

    Freeman 2382


    Strong, W. Duncan



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Sturges, Mia P.



    Swanton, John R. 1921, 1940 3 items

    Freeman 480a, 2668


    T., B. R.



    Taylor, Archer



    Tello, Julio



    Thompson, Stith



    Thorburn, Lois 1941 1 item

    Freeman 3121


    Thorburn, Lois



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Thurber, Mrs. Francis B. [Louise]



    Titiev, Mischa 1938-1940 5 items

    Freeman 1565


    Titiev, Mischa



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Toro, Angélica Q. de



    Torrey, J. Howard



    Toskvig, Signe



    Trager, George L. 1938-1941 6 items

    Freeman 750, 3155, 3156, 3725


    True, Clara D. 1939 1 item

    Freeman 3722


    True, Clara D.



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Tweedy, Elizabeth R.



    Underhill, Ruth 1939-1939 6 items

    Freeman 2645


    U.S. Department of the Interior



    U.S. Treasury Department



    University of Chicago Press



    University of Edinburgh. Library



    Unknown



    Vaillant, George C.



    Valkenburgh, Richard Van



    Virginia Quarterly Review



    Voegelin, Erminie W



    Wagley, Charles 1937 1 item

    Freeman 2103


    Wagley, Charles



    Not indexed in Freeman and Smith


    Wallis, Wilson D. 1939 1 item

    Freeman 2234


    Watkins, Dr. 1939 1 item

    Freeman 1560


    Waters, Frank



    Weitzner, Bella



    Wenicks, Elna



    White, Leslie A.



    Whitefield, Bernard



    Whitman, William 1938 2 items

    Freeman 2605


    Whorf, Benjamin L. 1937 1 item

    Freeman 3089


    Willey, Gordon R.



    Wissler, Clark



    Woodbury, Richard B. 1941 3 items

    Freeman 1551


    Woodward, B. D.



    Yuan, T. L.



    Zingg, Robert M. 1934-1935 2 items

    Freeman 1598, 1600


    5. Correspondence with Isleta, New Mexico 1936-1941 ALsS and TLsS, 338 leaves

    6. Picuris. 1925 1 notebook, 7-3/4x5 and map, 17x37.

    7. Pecos - Tewa - Taos
    1 notebook, 5x3-1/4.

    8. Taos
    1 notebook and 22 leaves, 9x5-3/4 and 11-1/2x8.

    9. Taos 1937. 1 notebook, 9x5-3/4

    10. Isleta tales 1925-1927 8 notebooks, 9x4-3/4 and 8x5.

    11. Taos Notebooks 1922-1930 11 notebooks, 8x5; 9x5; and 7x5.

    12. Antilles material. Haiti; D. 1927. 5 notebooks, 8-3/4x4-3/4.

    13. Antilles material (Cariacos, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, St. Croix, St. Kitts, Antigua) 1925 4 notebooks, 8x5 and 9x4-3/4.

    14. Antilles material (Trinidad, all four, and Grenada - part of IV)
    4 notebooks, 8x5.

    15. Antilles material (Martinique, all five, and St. Lucia, part of one)
    5 notebooks, 8x5.

    16. Antilles material (Guadaloupe, Puerto Rico)
    6 notebooks in 7 volumes, 9x5

    17. Antilles material. St. Dominica (2); Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Croix and St. Thomas (part of 1); and New Mexico material (part of 1).
    3 notebooks, 8x5.

    18. Hopi materials 1885-1892 4 notebooks, 6-1/2x4; 7-1/2x4; 8x4-3/4 and 9-3/4x6-1/4.

    19. Mitla journals (one marked Zapoteca)
    5 notebooks, 6-1/2x5

    20. Mayo - Yaqui; 1 notebook, 9x5-3/4. 1932


    21. Dominica Notebooks
    3 notebooks, 8x6-1/2.

    22. Drinkwater, George R., Jamaica Negro proverbs, sayings, etc. Dec. 8, 1892 1 notebook, 9x7.

    23. Pastorella(s?), Recuerdos tiernos amorosos en el nacimiento del Verbo dierno dios y salvador del mundo 1835-1896 148 items, most 8-3/4x6-1/2

    In Spanish. Religious writings


    24. Isleta pictures and manuscripts
    10 items, various sizes

    For additional Isleta correspondence, see No.5
    See Extra-oversized material. The bulk of these items are at the Smithsonian Institution.



    25. Parsons, Elsie Clews, Bibliography
    TMs, 31p. (74p.of copies) 11x8-1/2 and 8-1/2x5-1/2.

    26. Adair, John, Photographs of Zuni and Isleta Indians8 items 1938


    27. Photographs of Indians and Taos
    48 items

    Includes some negatives


    28. Mitla songs and photographs (Oaxaca region) 1930 301 items

    Includes 14 songs, 183 photos, ca.100 negatives of Oaxaca; 3 drawings and an article on Zapotec words; letter from E. D. Merrill to Franz Boas, May 13, 1930.


    29. Photographs of Zuñi
    8 photos, 54 negs.

    30. Plates from Bureau of American Ethnology and 2 pictures drawn by Albert Looking Elk
    2 ms.and 126 plates. 11x7-1/2; 10x6-1/2 and 10-3/4x8.

    31. Cachina tables: Pueblo Indian religion
    ca.150 items

    Misc.notes and correspondence with R.H.Lowie, A.V.Kidder, etc., some in fragmentary condition.


    32. Tewa and Jemez pictures, printed and original
    20 items

    Includes 10 printed pictures; 4 original; 5 ms. sheets in pencil, and reprint from the American Anthropologist 20 (1918): E.C.Parsons. "War God Shrines of Laguna and Zuñi".


    33. Caddo material
    20 items

    Includes correspondence with Erminie W. Voegelin; and 2 printed items by Erminie Wheeler Voegelin.


    34. The World Changes
    ca.1,000 p.

    Unpublished manuscript; some newspaper clippings.


    35. Trip to Greece
    1 notebook and 16 typed leaves. 11x8-1/2 and 7x4-1/2

    36. Note on sleep
    3 cys, 2 letters

    Rejection letters from AAAS and Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. Also: reprint: Walter Freeman and James W. Watts, "An interpretation of the functions of the frontal lobe" Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine


    37. Notes on parallels between Cora-Huichol and the Pueblos 1934-1935 29p. (total)

    Incldues correspondence with Robert M. Zingg.


    38. Potsherds from 2 different pots.



    39. Riddles, folk tales and poems (York Village, Maine)
    1p.of ms.and 8p.typed. 2p.cc. 11x8-1/2.

    40. Parson, Elsie Clews, Filipino village reminiscence 1939 1 notebook, loose sheets.

    Galley proof of Scientific Monthly article, 1939. Printed items, of 6 strips. 23x7-1/4. Also TMs outline of article, 37 leaves. 26 leaves, and 1 notebook. 2p.listing of kinship terms in the Philippines by Philip Olivares.


    41. Birth control material 1926-1938


    3 pamphlets by W.F. Ogburn, 2 newspaper clippings, letter from W.F.Ogburn; Oct. 11, 1937; and article, published in Stearns: America Now, by Parsons, in typescript of 6p; with correspondence concerning the publication. Typed D. 8p. 11x8-1/2 and 8x5. (Title of article: The Family.)


    42. Natural History, vol. 17 Sept. 1938


    American Antiquityvol.VI, no.3. Steward, Julian H. Petroglyphs of California and Adjoining States. U.of Cal.Press. Berkeley, Cal. Jan. 1941,  1929.


    Stephen, Navaho Notebook 1885-1891 1 vol. (3p. of typed notes)

    Probably published. Origin myths, illustrations from notebooks.


    43. Gifford, E. W., Indian trait survey. D. 34p. 8-1/2 xll. Correspondence in re Indian trait survey; Typed L. 17p. 11x8-1/2. E.W.Gifford. Religious preparations for Hunt. Typed D. 54p. 11x8-1/2. 1937.


    44. Castañega, Martin de, Tratado muy utile e bien fundado de las supersticiones y hechicerias, y varios conjuros y abusiones y otras cosas al caso tocantes, y de la posibilidad y remedio de ellas
    TMs, [1], 76p.

    Witchcraft material 1938-1939 6p.

    45. Correspondence with Margaret Lewis 1939 4p.

    "Zuñis offer five dances"
    7 leaves, 1 note.

    Printed item of 2 leaves. Note on incest by Parsons.


    Questions asked Isletan
    TMs, 1p.; notes, 14 items

    46. "A Pre-Spanish Record of Hopi Ceremonies" American Anthropologist, 1938 1938-1940


    Correspondence in re Sikyatki bowl in The Southwest Museum.


    47. Pueblo material, misc.
    113 leaves, 10 pr. items

    "Parts may have been used but no plan to incorporate these in any work under way"- A.Nagel.


    48. Antilles material - Unpublished



    La guia ou dammier
    60p.

    [Brer Rabbit and the] Riding Horse. Nevis Island
    2 leaves

    Martinique (Modock) Tales, which stories, true stories, songs, etc.
    189p.

    In French and English.


    Verses (Revised) originals. Montserrat, St. Eustasius verses not revised yet
    171p.

    Lesser Antilles. Current beliefs
    125 leaves

    Antilles. Current beliefs
    81p.

    St. Croix Stories
    7p. AMs. and 17p. TMs

    Dominica. Revised
    67 leaves

    In French.


    Martinique material
    13 leaves

    49. Antilles. Unpublished.



    1. Martinique original tales
    380 leaves

    In French.


    2. Modock misc. Unrevised. (Marginique tales)
    60 leaves, 10p. cc., 3 leaves notes

    3. Modock misc. Unrevised
    47 leaves c.c.

    4. Fauset, A. H., Folk Tales and Riddles from the Lesser Antilles.
    [3], 264, [266]p.

    5. West Indian Glossary
    116 leaves and 2 notepads

    6. St. Lucia. Riddles, tales, etc.
    39 leaves

    In French. Also, printed: S. H.King, King's Book of Chanties.


    7. [The Goat and the Dawg]
    2 leaves and c.c.

    8. Samana Bay - Santo Domingo; Bahamas
    1 notebook

    Also 38p. transcript and c.c.


    9. West Indian material (Misc.)
    80p.

    Correspondence in re. publication on Martinique. Also list (47p) of words, in French, from Marginique.


    10. West Indies. Misc. Folk tales, etc. (Martinique?)
    113 leaves, 2 newspaper clippins

    Some in French.


    11. Guadaloupe. "La moitie d'un"
    8p.

    In French.


    12. Guadaloupe. School material (Trois Rivieres). Visiting cards of acquaintances
    100 leaves, 6 cards

    13. St. Croix, St. Thomas
    27 leaves

    50. Antilles.



    1. Martinique (Modock) Misc. tales: Guadaloupe True Story
    207 leaves

    In French and English.


    2. Songs (Modock), original and duplicate
    41p. AMs, 67p. TMs (and c.c.), 1 newspaper clipping

    In French.


    3. Martinique, Guadaloupe, Haiti, St. Lucia. Misc. proverbs sayings, songs, etc.
    163 leaves.

    In French and English.


    4. Modock. "True Stories" Original and duplicate
    65p. and c.c.

    In French.


    5. West Indian. Current beliefs
    93 leaves

    6. West Indian. Verses revised
    146p.

    In French


    7. Old material from the Antilles
    126p.

    Contains some correspondence.


    51. Pueblo of Tewa. Photographs and negatives, "of little value" 1918-1926 218 prints, 54 negs.

    52. No number



    53. Current in 1939
    62p., newspaper clipping

    Important misc. Remarks: "Better keep - G.A.R." In English and Spanish. Contents in part: Correspondence; J.de la Fuente, "Las ceremonias de la eluvia entre los Zapotecos de hoy"; William R. Bascom, "The relationship of Yoruba folklore to divining.


    54. Correspondence of H. A.Douglas and E. C.Parsons in re. Taos dances, 1889 1941 6p., 30 photos

    Photos of Taos pueblo.


    55. No number



    56. Notes of mummy cave from Stephen's notebooks
    32p.

    57. "Synopsis of non-material culture traits characterizing the Ladinos of Agua Escondida. Western Highlands, Guatemala"
    15p.

    58. No number



    59. No number



    60. Notes on Peguchi and other South America Tribes.



    Ecuador March 6. 1 notebook

    Peguchi
    1 notebook

    Ecuador notes
    111p.

    Peguchi. Worked over material. Karstin notes, mostly used. Southeastern South America parallels
    68p.

    Photographs, Ecuador
    100 prints, 27 negs.

    Notes. Ecuador 1938 45p.; 1 notebook, etc.

    Includes 4 newspaper clippings; 3 postal cards; 2 dried twigs of leaves; and 1 printed item: Juan Morales. Ecuador.


    Misc. Ecuador material
    93p., 2 newspaper clippings, reprint

    Misc. Peruvian material
    61p.

    61. Pueblo Indian Religion.



    [Pueblo Indian Religion. Preface?]
    43p.

    Flute ceremony
    6p.

    Hoinawe
    1p.

    Snake ceremony
    3p.

    Niman Kachina
    6p.

    Girls' dances
    1p.

    Waqöl
    2p.

    Lalakunte ceremony
    2p.

    Buffalo dance
    3p.

    Water Snake (Palökün) dance
    2p.

    War God ceremony
    2p.

    Soyala
    8p.

    Oñkwati Kachina dances
    1p.

    Moüngtoshap
    1p.

    Salako Kachina
    2p.

    Powamu
    10p.

    On inviting Kachina from another village
    10p.

    The Separation of functions of Curing and of Weather Control in Zuñi and Keresan ceremonialism
    24 leaves

    Interrelations of cults
    30p.

    Memorandum on Koyenishi and Newakiva
    3p.

    Kachina
    10p.

    The Clan as a Ceremonial Organization
    20p.

    Notes on Hopi ceremonies
    61p.

    Hopi and Zuñi ceremonialism
    1p.

    Table A-C: Clans and ceremonial associations
    3p.

    Change: Acculturation Growth and Decay
    19p.

    Like cures Like
    2p.

    Sickness: Witchcraft: Old Age: Death
    10p. (total)

    Tribe [crossed off]
    5p.

    The Spirits: Cosmology. The Spirits. Rejected
    10p.

    Reject[ed] from Preface
    4p.

    Whipping of the Children, and Advent of the Water Snake, Zuñi
    5p.

    Laguna Emergence myth
    3p.

    Cochiti Emergence myth
    5p.

    [Ritual violations?]
    15p.

    Cultural processes observable in Puebo religion
    6p.

    Summer solstice ceremonial 1891; 1920 8p., 1 notebook

    Notes on traits
    3 leaves

    Natöña or initiation into wöwöchimtu, Singers, Horn and Agave Societies Nov. 1891 40p. (total)

    The Institution of the Governship
    20p.

    Plates used in Pueblo Indian religion
    5 leaves

    Miscellaneous notes
    ca.150p.

    62. Elsie Clews Parsons. Folk-Lore of the Antilles
    [29], 735, [1], 190; 12; 35p.

    American Folk Lore Society, vol.26, pt.3. Carbon copy. In French and English


    63. Peguchi. Canton of Otavalo, Province of Imbabuka, Ecuador. A study of Andean Indians
    [3]345p; 59p. c.c.

    Published by the University of Chicago Press. Carbon copy in part.


    Peguchi. Notes, etc



    64. Acoma material.



    Correspondence with various personsTLsS 1932-1941 9p.

    White, Leslie A. Autobiography of an Acoma Indian
    26p.

    White, Leslie A. Supplementary data on Acoma
    83p.

    White, Leslie A. Acoma tales
    59p.

    Stirling, Matthew W. Acoma records Draft.
    443 leaves

    Stirling, Matthew W. Origin myth of Acoma and other records: Leslie A.White. Autobiography of an Acoma Indian: Supplementary data on Acoma; and Acoma Tales
    [40], 172p.

    Also correspondence of 4p., 1941.


    White, Leslie A. Acoma material
    212p.

    White, L.A. Acoma material (Incomplete)
    10p.

    Acoma material. "Duplicate of Forde's original"
    33 leaves

    Miscellaneous Acoma material
    448 leaves; 25 drawings

    Includes some correspondence of 1941.


    Original captions for plates
    40 leaves

    Discarded Acoma material. Finished glossary parallels
    18 leaves

    65. Antilles. Notebooks
    2 notebooks

    66. Miscellaneous



    Indian reservations in the U.S. 1914 Map, photograph

    Sea Eagle Hat



    Rain Hat



    Sinute design



    Q'ā'waga copper design



    Whale hat pattern Kivakiuse(?)



    36 grizzly bear patterns



    Thunderbird



    Skate



    Narris(?)



    Pattern fragments



    Indian designs (for masks?) (see Oversize)
    43p.

    Kivakuise(?) drawings, not used.



    Rubbings from stone(?) D.
    2 items

    Indian designs. D. 11 circular items. ca.24" diameter. (see Extra-Oversize items)



    Titles of groups of items appear, in many cases, to be arbitrarily chosen, and were copied from manuscript notes made by G.A.Reichard on the original brown envelope containers of these papers.



    67. Parsons, Elsie Clews, Isleta Paintings (mss) Introduction and Commentary



    Book edited by Esther S. Goldfrank. Wash.,Smithsonian Institution, (970.6:Is4).


    ---- Copy 2. Presented by Mrs. Goldfrank; March 31, 1964. 1964 579ms

    Elsie Clews Parsons Papers II 1898-1937

    Series I. Professional Correspondence 1898-1937


    Aberle, Sophie D. n.d.

    Abreu, Carlos F. (Mrs.) 1924-25


    -See also Ser.I, Edwards, A.M.
    -See also Ser.I, Dorman, H.H.



    Adams, John D. 1905


    Addams, Jane n.d.


    Aginsky, Bert W. 1936


    Ainslee's Magazine 1907


    Austin, Annette



    Aitken, Barbara n.d. ALS

    Allves, Marie Louise n.d.


    Albuquerque Herald 1922


    -See Ser.VII, Bursum Bill



    American Anthropological Association 1917-18; 1935; n.d.


    American Anthropologist 1915-31


    Gifford, E.W.



    Goddard, P.E.



    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Linton, Ralph



    American Association for International Conciliation 1915


    American Association for Labor Legislation 1912


    American Association for the Advancement of Science 1917; 1923


    American Association of University Professors 1916-17


    American Breeders' Association 1906


    American Ehtnographic Society 1940 TLS

    American Folklore Society, Inc. [1933]


    -See also Ser.I, American Anthropological Association
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - American Folklore Society



    American League to Limit Armaments 1914-15


    Wood, L. Hollingsworth



    American Museum of Natural History 1917; 1927


    Dickerson, Mary C.



    -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes #1, 1918



    American Society for Comparative Musicology n.d.


    American Sociological Society 1917


    Amin, A. Gadir 1926


    Andrade, Manuel J. 1927 3 items

    Andrade, Manuel J. 1929


    Angell, James R. 1936


    Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 1914


    Lichtenberger, J.P.



    Associate Alumni of Barnard College 1911-12; 1935


    Association of the Bar 1898


    Atiyah, Edward 1926


    -See Ser.IV, [Sudanese tales], 1926



    Atlantic Monthly



    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "Marriage and Parenthood - a Distinction"



    Austin, Annette



    -See Ser.I, Ainslee's Magazine



    Ayres, Clarence 1927


    Badger, Richard G. 1912; 1933


    Bailey, Pearce 1921; n.d.


    Balch, Ernesto 1913


    Barbeau, C.M.



    -See Ser.IV, Nova Scotia - Notebook #1, 1923



    Barclay, Harold n.d.


    Beaglehole, Ernest



    -See Ser.I, Sapir, Edward



    Beals, Ralph L.



    -See also Ser.IV, [Mexico] - Notes [from Burgoa...], 1933
    -See also Ser.VI, Beals, Ralph L.



    Folder #1 1932


    Folder #2 1933


    Folder #3 1934-36


    Beals, Ralph L. - Mss. - "Mixe Ms." 1934 7 Folders

    Beals, Ralph L. - Notes - Burgoa 1933


    -See Ser.IV, [Mexico] - Notes



    Beckwith, M. 1917


    Beckwith, Martha W. 1922


    The Folk Lore Foundation



    (Vassar College)



    Benedict, Ruth 1923-37


    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr.
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spirituals in Alabama" by Clemmie S. Terrell
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Benedict, Ruth



    Bennett, Wendell C. 1931


    Bevin, S. Marie n.d.


    Black, High 1905


    Blatch, Harriot Stanton 1908


    Boardman, Mabel J. 1910-12


    Boas, Franz



    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - Stephen's Hopi Journal - Corr.
    -See also Ser.VI, Boas, Franz
    -See also Ser.VII, Clippings - Obituaries of ECP, 1941-42
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Boas, Franz



    Folder #1 1913-17


    Folder #2 1918-20


    Folder #3 1922-27


    Folder #4 1928-31


    Folder #5 1932-34


    Folder #6 1935-36


    Boekelman, H.J. 1936


    Bonilla, Guillermo 1930


    Bose, Somesh Chandra 1923

    -See also Ser.IV, Hindu (Bose) - Notebooks #1-3, 1923
    -See Ser.IV, Hindu - Notes, 1923



    Bourne, Randolph



    -See also Ser.I, Evening Post
    -See also Ser.I, Teall, Dorothy



    Folder #1 1915; n.d.


    Folder #2 1916; n.d.


    Folder #3 1917-18; n.d.


    Bovey, Charles C. 1932-36


    Brand, Donald D. 1936


    Brentano's 1914


    Brearley School 1918


    Van Doren, Carl



    Brew, J.O. 1936


    Kidder, A[lfred] V.



    Brice, Kirkpatrick 1909-13; n.d.


    Brooklyn Museum 1930; n.d.


    Brooks, Van Wyck 1917


    Browne, F.W. Stella 1916; 1920


    Brownell, S.B. 1907


    Brush, W. Franklin 1912


    Burlingham, Charles C. 1909


    Bunzel, Ruth L. 1929-35; n.d.


    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr.
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - Stephen's Hopi Journal - Corr.



    Burke, Charles Henry



    -See Ser.I, Cattell, Owen



    Bursum, Holm O. 1923


    Butler, Nicholas Murray 1899-1908


    Cadzow, D.A. 1933


    Calder, William M. 1917; 1919


    Caldwell, Otis W. 1918


    Cappanari, Stephen 1940 TLS

    Carpenter, Alan (Mrs.) 1917?


    Carrtens, Otto G. 1913


    Caruso, Maria G. n.d.


    Casiquito, Cristino 1932


    Cattell, James McKeen 1917


    -See also Ser.I, School and Society
    -See also Ser.I, Scientific Monthly



    Cattell, Owen 1923-24


    Burke, Charles Henry



    -See also Ser.IV, [Zuni] - Notebook, 1924 [by O. Cattell]



    Cecereu, Jeanne - Mss. - [French sayings and tale] n.d.


    in French



    Celler, Emanuel 1934


    Chang, P.C. 1921


    Chapman, Kenneth M. 1927; 1932


    Charities and the Commons 1906; n.d.


    Chicago Herald 1916; 1929


    Chicago Women's Aid 1916


    Christensen, A.H. n.d.


    Churchill, Winston (1871-1947) 1929


    Citizen's Charter Campaign Committee 1936


    City Club of Chicago 1916


    Cochise, George 1921-22


    Cochito[?], George Washington 1917


    Cole, Fay-Cooper 1932-1935


    College Women's Club of Washington n.d.


    Collegiate Equal Suffrage League of New York State 1906-08


    Collier, John [1922]; 1935; n.d.


    -See also Ser. VII, Bursum Bill



    Collier, John - Mss. - "Politicians Pillage the Pueblos" 1923


    Columbia University 1905-35


    Columbia University. Library 1933


    -See also Ser.IV, Hindu - Notes, 1923
    -See also Ser.IV, Nova Scotia - Notebook #9, 1923



    Columbia University Press 1931; 1936


    Comlaire-Sylvan, S. 1933


    Congrès International des Sciences Anthropologiques et Ethnologiques 1934


    Firth, Raymond



    The Crisis 1917


    Crist, J.H. 1920


    -See also Ser.I, Hare, Meredith



    Crockett, Delores N. - Mss. - ["Children's Rhymes from Michigan"] [1931?]


    Crooks, William



    -See Ser.I, Folk-Lore Society



    Cross, Tom Peete 1916


    -See also Ser.I, Dubois, W.E.B.
    -See also Ser.I, New York Times
    -See also Ser.I, American Assoc. of University Professors



    Culin, Alice Mumford 1929


    Culin, Stewart 1918; n.d.


    Cushing, Frank Hamilton - Mss. - "Oraibe Creation Myth"



    -See Ser.I, Hodge, F.W.



    Cushing, Frank Hamilton - Notes



    -See Ser.IV, Havasupai Lang. - Notes, 1881
    -See Ser.IV, Zuni [Vocabulary], 1880-81



    Cutting, Bronson M. 1920


    Davies, John A.V. 1935-36


    Davis, Arthur Kyle, Jr. 1936


    Davis, E. Mott, Jr. 1940 TLS

    Day, Clarence



    -See also Ser.I, Southwest Society
    - Membership Card file
    (Oversized)



    Folder #1 1911-16; n.d.


    Folder #2 1917-18; n.d.


    Folder #3 1919-25; n.d.


    Folder #4 1926-36; n.d.


    Day, Clarence - Biog. memoir by ECP 1919; 1936


    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "Portrait of an Adventurer"



    Day, Clarence - Mss. - "The Sorrows of a Chukro" [1915?]


    Day, Peg (Mrs.) n.d.


    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Portrait of an Adventurer"



    Deady, Henderson B. 1915


    Defrem, Herman 1917


    Dell, Floyd n.d.


    -See also Ser.I, The Masses
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Pacifist Snobbishness"



    Dellenbaugh, Frederick S. 1926 TLS, photo

    Dellenbaugh, Frederick S.



    -See Ser.III, Mss.- Stephen's
    Hopi Journal - Correspondence



    Democratic National Committee n.d.


    Densmore, Frances 1933; 1936


    The Dial 1920


    Dickerson, Mary Cynthia 1917


    -See also Ser.I, American Museum of Natural History



    Dorman, H.H. 1923-24


    Abreu, Carlos F. (Mrs.)



    -See also Ser.I, Edwards, A.M.



    Dorset, Wilfred I. 1931


    Dorsett, Alice E. 1928


    Dubois, W.E.B. 1916


    Dunlap, Knight 1916-17


    Dunn, Robert 1934-35


    Dutton, Bertha P. 1937 TLS

    Eastman, Max 1916?; n.d.

    -See also Ser.I, The Masses



    Eckerman, E.F. 1918


    Edwards, A.M.



    Abreu, Carlos F. (Mrs.)



    Dorman, H.H.



    Gonzales, Eligio



    Law, George



    True, Clara D.



    -See also Ser.I, True, Clara D.
    -See also Ser.IX, Pajarito Ranch, N.M.



    Folder #1 1920-21


    Folder #2 1922-23


    Folder #3 1924-25


    Eggan, Fred 1930-36


    -See also Ser.VI, Eggan, Fred



    Elwyn, James 1929-35


    Embree, Edwin R. 1937 TLS

    Embree, Edwin R. 1937


    Emergency Society in Aid of European Science and Art n.d.


    Emmett, William T. 1912-13


    Encyclopaedia of the Negro



    -See Ser.I, Stokes, Anson Phelps



    Espinosa, Aurelio M. 1926-1936 3 items

    Espinosa, Aurelio M.



    -See also Ser.I, Wheeler, Howard
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr.
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Tar Baby"
    -See also Ser.IV, Mexico - Notes, 1930-32 [La Conquista, Santa Ana del Valle]
    -See also Ser. VIII, Espinosa, Manuel



    Folder #1 1925-30


    Folder #2 1931


    Folder #3 1932-35; n.d.


    Espinosa, Aurelio M., Jr. 1936-37


    Eugenics Conference, 2nd International (1915) 1914


    Evans, Frank E. 1917


    Evans, John 1933; n.d.


    The Evening Post 1913-18; n.d.


    Fairchild, David 1906; 1913


    Fallaize[?], E.L. 1922


    Fansler, Dean S. 1915


    Fauset, Arthur Huff 1934


    -See also Ser.IV, Nova Scotia - Notebooks #1 & #9, 1923
    -See also Ser.VI, Fauset, Arthur Huff



    Félix, Modock 1926-29


    in French



    Fewkes, J. Walter 1917


    Ficke, Arthur Davison 1935


    Firth, Raymond



    -See Ser.I, Congrès International des Sciences Anthropologiques et Ethnologiques



    Fisher, Waller L. 1911


    Fitz, Reginald



    Folder #1 1906-09


    Folder #2 1910-31; n.d.


    Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley 1917


    Folk Lore Foundation (Vassar College)



    -See Ser.I, Beckwith, Martha W.



    Folk-Lore Society 1915-19; n.d.


    Crooks, William



    Milne, F.A.



    Forde, C. Daryll 1929-31


    -See also Ser.IV, Hopi - Notes, 1929; 1932; n.d.



    The Forum 1916


    Frank, Jerome N. 1917-18


    Freire-Marreco, Barbara 1914-18


    French, David n.d. TLS

    Fuller, Paul 1920


    Furbush, Edgar 1912


    Gachupin, Juan 1922; 1932


    Gallup, Charles 1916


    Garcelou, Lee (Mrs.) 1917


    Giddings, Franklin H. 1906


    Gifford, E. W. 1927 TLS

    Gifford, [Edward Winslow?] 1937


    -See also Ser.I, American Anthropologist



    Gilbertson, Albert N. 1915


    Gillett, Frederick H. 1906-19


    Johnson, Alvin



    Glenn, Nan Ashton 1939 2 TLsS

    Goddard, Pliny Earle



    -See Ser.I, American Anthropologist
    -See also Ser.IV, American Ethnology SW - Notebook, 1912
    -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes, 1918



    Folder #1 1913-17


    Folder #2 1918-23; n.d.


    Goldenweiser, Alexander A. 1914?-20


    Goldfrank, Esther 1925


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Goldfrank, Esther



    Gomme, Allan 1928 TLS

    Gonzales, Eligio 1923-24


    -See also Ser.I, Edwards, A.M.



    Goodwin, Grenville 1937


    Gorrell, Juan L. 1941-1942 3 items

    Gorell, Mercedes 1941 ALS

    Greenwich House 1912; 1930-1933; n.d.


    -See also Ser.I, Simkhovitch, Mary K.



    Gregory, Alyse 1919; 1923


    re: D.H. Lawrence



    Guernsey, S.J. 1918-19


    -See also Ser. VII, Bursum Bill, 1922-23



    Gunn, John M. 1918


    Gunst, Marie L. 1933


    Gwinn, H.G. 1932


    Habil, E. Cita Y. [?] 1912


    Hacket, Francis 1927 6 items, photo

    Hackett, Francis



    -See also Ser.I, Day, Clarence, 1922
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "In Terms of Crisis"



    Folder #1 1914-25


    Folder #2 1926-29; n.d.


    Hagerman, H.J. n.d.


    Haile, Benard n.d.


    Hall, G. Stanley 1915


    Halliman, Charles T. 1917


    Hand, Learned 1918-19


    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "In Terms of Crisis"



    Hapgood, Norman 1908-14?; n.d.


    -See also Ser.I, Harper's Weekly



    Hard, William 1912

    Hare, Meredith



    Crist, J.H.



    True, Clara D.



    Folder #1 1905-15?


    Folder #2 1920-31; n.d.


    Harper's Weekly 1913-16


    Hapgood, Norman



    Metz, Charles A.



    Harris, Annie Erna 1917


    Hart, Walter Morris 1919; n.d.


    Hasboune, [J.?] 1912-14


    Hayshaw, Beatrice M.



    -See Ser.IV. Nova Scotia - Notebook #1, 1923



    Heretics Club n.d.


    Herrera, Tanita 1922-23


    Herskovits, Frances 1929-31


    -See also Ser.I, Herskovits, Melville - Mss. - Suriname Folk-Lore



    Herskovits, Melville J. 1927-1941 3 items

    Herskovits, Melville J.



    Folder #1 1929-31


    Folder #2 1932-36


    Herskovits, Melville J. - Mss. - Suriname Folk-Lore [ca. 1936]


    Herskovits, Frances



    Herzog, George 1927 ALS

    Hibbert Journal 1915


    Hill, Mary A. 1907


    Hill, W. W. 1940-1941 2 items

    Hilles, Charles D. 1912


    -See Ser.IV, American Ethnology SW - Notebook



    Hispanic Society of America 1917; 1924


    Hitchcock, Frederick H. 1910


    Hodge, F.W. 1929


    Cushing, Frank Hamilton - Mss. - "Oraibe Creation Myth"



    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr.



    Hollingworth, Greta S. 1921


    Holmes, W.H. 1912


    -See Ser.IV, American Ethnology SW - Notebook



    Holt, Hamilton



    -See Ser.I, The Independent



    Henry Holt & Co.



    -See Ser.III, Mss. - Laws of Imitation - Correspondence



    House, Grace Bigelow 1919


    Howells, John Mead n.d.


    Huebsch, B.W. 1920


    Hughes, Lawrence



    Folder #1 1914


    Folder #2 1915-17


    Folder #3 n.d.


    Lawrence Hughes family 1915-22


    Hughes, Myra Hamilton 1913?; n.d.


    Hyllested, Mlle. 1915


    The Independent 1906-13


    Holt, Hamilton



    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Nursery Bug-A-Boos"



    Institute of Current World Affairs 1933


    The International Journal of Ethics 1915-17


    Tufts, James H.



    Jelliffe, Smith Ely 1915


    Johnson, Alvin S. 1928 ALS

    Johnson, Alvin S. 1918?-35; n.d.


    -See also Ser.I, Gillett, Frederick
    -See also Ser.I, The New Republic



    Johnson, Eleanor H. n.d.


    Johnson, Grace Nail n.d.


    Johnson, Melville - Mss. - "Taos the Brilliant" n.d.


    Johnstone, Arthur Edward 1917


    Journal of Abnormal Psychology 1915


    Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Method 1912-17


    Just, E.E. 1935


    Kelley, Florence n.d.


    Kennaday, Paul 1915


    Kennard, Edward A. 1934-36


    Kerr, Archibald 1912


    Keur, Dorothy L. 1940 ALS

    Kidder, Alfred V. 1926 TLS

    Kidder, Alfred V. 1920-35


    -See also Ser.I, Brew, J.O.
    -See also Ser. VII, Bursum Bill



    King, Epsie n.d.


    Knopf, Alfred A. 1936


    Knowles, Squire 1935


    Krempin, L. C. 1909?


    Kroeber, Alfred L.



    -See also Ser.I, Bourne, Randolph
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr.
    -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, [Journal #1], 1915
    -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, [Topics #2], 1915
    -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, 1915-16
    -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - [Notes by Alfred L. Kroeber] #1-5, [ca.1919?]
    -See also Ser,VI, Kroeber, Alfred
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Kroeber, Alfred L.



    Folder #1 1915-17


    Folder #2 1918


    Folder #3 1919


    Folder #4 1920-21


    Folder #5 1922-34


    Folder #6 n.d.


    Laboratory of Anthropology (Santa Fe, N.M.) 1931; 1935; n.d.

    -See also Ser.I, Nusbaum, Jesse



    Laboratory of Anthropology (Santa Fe, N.M.) - Minutes 1935


    La Farge, C. Grant



    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "An Island Bewitched"



    Folder #1 1913


    Folder #2 1914?-21; n.d.


    La Farge, C. Grant - Mss. - "Rivers and Recollections" n.d.


    La Farge, C. Grant - Poems 1918-21; n.d.


    LaFarge, Oliver 1926 TLS

    La Farge, Oliver



    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Correspondence



    Laroche, Thimoléon 1912


    in French



    Law, George 1925; 1929-1936


    -See also Ser.I, Edwards, A.M.
    -See also Ser.I, True, Clara D.
    -See also Ser.IX, Pajarito Ranch, N.M.



    Lebosse, Dan 1931


    Lesser, Alexander 1935


    Lewis, Margaret 1927 2 items

    Lewis, Margaret



    -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, 1915-17
    -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes, 1932



    Folder #1 1916?-33


    Folder #2 n.d.


    Lichtenberger, J.P.



    -See Ser.I, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science



    Lindeman, E.C. 1929


    Linton, Adeline 1940 TLS

    Lippman, Walter 1916; n.d.


    -See also Ser.I, The New Republic



    The Literary Agency of London 1915


    Loeb, Edwin M. 1932


    Lowie, Robert H.



    -See also Ser.IV, Hopi - Notes, 1929; 1932; n.d.
    -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, 1915-16
    -See also Ser.VI, Lowie, Robert



    Luhan, Mabel Dodge 1927 ALS

    Luhan, Mabel Dodge



    -See also Ser.IV, Taos - Notes, [ca.1930]
    -See also Ser.VI, Luhan, Mabel Dodge
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Luhan, Mabel Dodge



    Folder #1 [1922]; 1925; 1928; n.d.


    Folder #2 n.d.


    McCutcheon, John T. 1932; n.d.


    McGraw, Clara Louise (Mrs. Donald) n.d.


    McGuire, Mary C. 1905


    McLennan, Grace 1921


    Mack, Julian W. 1916


    Marlborough, Consuelo



    -See Ser.I, Spurgeon, Caroline



    Marn, John 1913?


    Martin, Paul S. 1933


    Martin, Walton 1906; 1932; n.d.


    Martinez, Lorenzo 1929; 1936


    Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association 1908


    The Masses 1915-19; n.d.


    Dell, Floyd



    Eastman, Crystal



    Eastman, Max



    Mayer, Julius M. 1906


    The Mayor's Independence Day Committee 1917


    Medical Review of Reviews 1915


    Mencken, H.L. 1916


    Merz, Charles 1920?


    Metz, Charles A.



    -See Ser.I, Harper's Weekly



    Miller, Alice Duer 1919?; n.d.


    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Shall We Send Our Daughters to College"



    Miller, H.W. 1906-12; n.d.


    Mills, Ogden L. 1922


    Milne, F.W.



    -See Ser.I, Folk-Lore Society



    Moffat, Yard & Company 1911


    Moody, M. 1906


    Moore, J.B. 1913


    Moorehead, [Warren K.] [1922]


    Montague, W.P. n.d.


    Morgan, C. Stuart 1923


    Morris, Newbold 1936


    Morris, Stephen



    -See Ser.IV, Nova Scotia - Notes, [1923]



    Morse, Edward S. 1920


    Museum of Northern Arizona 1935


    Museum of the American Indian 1918


    Nadal[?], F.W. n.d.


    Naismith, Grace 1934


    National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 1920


    Johnson, James Weldon



    National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control, Inc. 1934


    National Hughes Alliance. Women's Committee 1916


    The New International Encyclopedia 1914


    Colby, F.M.



    The New International Year Book 1914


    Colby, F.M.



    "The New Passion-alism" [1911?]


    The New Republic 1915-20?; n.d.


    Croly, Herbert



    Johnson, Alvin S.



    Littell, Philip



    Littell, R.



    -See also Ser.I, Hackett, Francis
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "In Terms of Crisis"
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Portrait of an Adventurer"



    New Review 1915


    New School for Social Research 1919


    New York (City). Office of the President of the Borough of Manhattan 1908


    New York Academy of Sciences 1917-35


    New York Times 1914-17; n.d.


    Wiley, Louis



    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - New York Times



    New York Tribune 1915-16


    The New Yorker



    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "Portrait of an Adventurer"



    Nock, Albert Jay 1921


    Nusbaum, Jesse L. 1931-35


    O'Brien, Katherine M. 1936

    O'Donovan, Gerald 1909


    Open Court Publishing Company 1915


    Opler, Morris Edward 1939-1941 2 items

    Opler, Morris E.



    -See also Ser.VI, Opler, Morris



    Folder #1 1931-32


    Folder #2 1933-34


    Folder #3 1935-36; n.d.


    Opler, Morris E. - Mss. - "An Analysis of Mesclavo and Chiricahua Apache Social Organization 1932


    Opler, Morris E. - Notes n.d.


    Pan American Union 1913


    Pardo de Tavera, T.H. 1905


    Parsons, Elsie Clews. Fragment of "Bahama article" mss. n.d. TMs

    Parsons, Geoffrey 1922


    Parsons, Mary n.d. ALS

    Peabody, Charles 1920; n.d.


    Peabody, George Foster 1926 2 TLsS

    People's Council of America 1917; n.d.


    Lochner, Louis P.



    Percy, E. 1913-14?


    Peters, Andrew J. 1907?-36


    Peters, Martha R. Phillips 1910-35; n.d.


    Philadelphia Conference on Parenthood 1917


    Piedra Lumbre Cattle Company Ghost Ranch 1934


    Pinchot, Gifford 1905-08


    Plaza, M. Avelina de 1915


    Popular Science Monthly 1917


    Pospísil, Francis 1931; 1933


    Poyntz, Juliet Stuart 1914


    Price, B.S. 1916


    Pronger, Dorothy M. 1926


    -See Ser.IV, Egyptian, Sudanese, and Arabian Tales - Notes, 1926



    Psychoanalytic Review 1915


    The Psychological Review 1915


    The Public n.d.


    Public Education Association 1914


    Pulitzer, Joseph 1907


    Putnam, Emily James 1906-19; n.d.


    Putnam, Herbert 1905?; n.d.


    G.P. Putnam's Sons 1907-19


    Race 1935


    Radin, Paul 1930


    Raup, Ida n.d.


    Ravage, M.E. 1918-19


    Ravenel, W. de C. 1919


    plant specimen



    Realso, Cleveland H. 1919


    Redfield, Robert 1939 TLS

    Redfield, Robert 1929-35


    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - Mitla: Town of the Souls
    -See also Ser.VI, Redfield, Robert
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Redfield, Robert



    Redfield, [Robert] - Mss. - "The Coati and the Ceiba" [1935?]


    Reichard, Gladys A. 1927-1941 7 items

    Reichard, Gladys A.



    -See also Ser.VI, Reichard, Gladys A.
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Reichard, Gladys



    Folder #1 1923-31


    Folder #2 1932-36; n.d.


    Reuter, E.B. 1930


    Reynolds, Paul R. 1906


    Rhodes, Harrison 1913


    Ricard, Robert - Mss. - "Les F[UNK]etes de «Moros y Cristianos» au Mexique (Addition)" 1932


    -See Ser.IV, Mexico - Notes, 1930-32 [La Conquista, Santa Ana del Valle]



    Roberts, Helen H. 1919-36


    Robinson, Evangeline M.



    -See Ser.IV, Nova Scotia - Notebook #9, 1923



    Robinson, James Harvey 1914; 1920; n.d.


    Rodman, Henrietta 1917


    Roosevelt, Theodore 1906-09


    Root, Elihu 1909


    Rosenbloom, Samuel 1918


    Ross, E.A. 1915


    Royal Anthropological Institute 1918; 1920


    Russell, William F. 1939 3 items

    Rydberg, P.A. 1919


    Sanger, Margaret 1916


    Sanger, William



    Sanger, William 1916-17


    -See also Ser.I, Sanger, Margaret



    Sapir, Edward 1918-36


    Beaglehole, Ernest



    Santiago, Eligio 1932


    Sargent, Mary T. 1920


    Schapiro, J. Salwyn 1915

    School and Society 1915


    Cattell, James McKeen



    The School of Philanthropy 1906


    Schroeder, Theodore 1906; 1914


    Scidmore, Eliza R. 1908?


    Scientific Monthly 1916-36; n.d.


    Cattell, James McKeen



    Scofield, S.W. 1914; 1916


    Seager, Henry N.



    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "Property and Habit"



    Sedgwick, Mary K. 1922


    Seligman, Edwin R.A. 1907


    Sedgwick, Shan 1939 3 items

    Selmer, Carl 1930


    Service Espagnol d'Information 1936


    in French



    The Seven Arts 1917


    Shank, Burgess 1915


    Shaw, Marion K. 1916


    Silva, Adela 1905-16


    Simkhovitch, Mary K. 1899-1935


    -See also Ser.I, Greenwich House



    Skinner, Alanson B. 1917


    Small, Albion W. 1913-16


    Smith, T.R.



    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "In the Southwest", Folders #1, #6, #10



    Smythe, B.M. n.d.


    Snyder, Homer P. 1923


    Society of Friends of Mexico 1935


    Sociological Review 1915


    Sonneborn, H.B., Sr. 1916


    Southwest Museum 1935-36


    Southwest Society 1919-23


    ledger



    Southwest Society - Membership Card file 1919-22


    Day, Clarence



    -See Oversized



    Spier, Ann Gayton 1935-36


    Spier, Leslie



    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Christian Rites in Zuni Ceremonialism" - Corr.
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - White, Leslie A.



    Folder #1 1918; 1920-1934


    Folder #2 1935-37


    Spinden, Herbert J. 1922


    -See also Ser.VII, Bursum Bill



    Spurgeon, Caroline 1918


    Marlborough, Consuelo



    Starr, Frederick 1922


    Stimson, Henry L. 1906; 1920


    Stirling, Matthew W. 1940-1941 3 TLsS

    Stirling, Matthew W. 1930-37


    Stokes, Anson Phelps 1915; 1936


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Stokes, Anson Phelps



    Stokes, Helen Phelps n.d.


    Strong, Duncan 1937 TLS

    Strong, Duncan 1935; 1937


    The Suffragist 1920


    Sunday World 1916


    Wood, Charles W.



    Sunwise Turn Bookshop 1929


    The Survey 1916


    Swanton, John R. 1919; 1922


    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Escape Up the Tree"



    Swift, Charles N. 1906


    Taft, William Howard 1906-27


    -See also Ser.VI, Taft, William



    Tanenbaum, Florence L. 1919?


    Teachers' Defense Committee 1918


    Teall, Dorothy 1932


    Teresa, L.M. Imilia 1912


    Terrell, Clemmie S. - Mss. "Spirituals in Alabama" 1930


    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "Spirituals in Alabama"



    Thomas, William I.



    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "Two Methods of Ethnological Hypothesis"



    Thompson, Martha n.d.


    Thown, Miss [?] 1905


    Thurnwald, Richard C. 1933


    Titiev, Morris



    -See also Ser.VI, Titiev, Mischa



    Folder #1 1933-34


    Folder #2 1935-37; n.d.


    Toksvig, Signe K. 1920-29; n.d.


    Signe Toksvig is Mrs. Francis Hackett
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "In Terms of Crisis"



    Toor, Frances 1929-34; n.d.


    Torrence, R. 1917-20


    Trager, George L. 1937

    True, Clara D.



    Edwards, A.M.



    Law, George



    -See also Ser.I, Hare, Meredith
    -See also Ser.II, Parsons, Herbert, 1920



    Folder #1 1910-13


    Folder #2 1914-19


    Folder #3 1920-22; 1934; n.d.


    Tufts, James H.



    -See Ser.I, International Journal of Ethics



    Tutting[?], R. Fulton 1906


    Tutuiler, Julia R. 1911-13; n.d.


    Underhill, Ruth n.d.


    Unidentified n.d.


    United States. Dept. of Justice 1918


    United States. Dept. of the Interior 1912; n.d.


    -See also Ser.IV, American Ethnology SW - Notebook



    United States. Dept. of the Interior. Office of Indian Affairs 1935


    United States Civil Service Commission 1935


    University of California Press 1935


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Univ. of California Press



    University of Chicago 1914-15


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Univ. of Chicago



    Vaillant, George C. 1934


    Van Doren, Carl



    -See Ser.I, Brearley School



    Vassar College. Folk Lore Foundation



    -See Ser.I, Beckwith, Martha W.



    Viking Press, Inc. 1934-35


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Viking Press, Inc.



    Villarán, Benjamin, Jr. 1930


    -See also Ser.IV, [Mexico] - Notes [taken by Benjamin Villarán, Jr.], 1930



    Wallis, Wilson D. 1932-35


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Wallis, Wilson D.



    Walton, Eda Lou 1919


    Warrinder [?], Eleanor 1906


    Way, George P. [1925]


    Weiant, C.W. 1935


    Wheeler, Howard T. 1930; n.d.


    Espinosa, Aurelio M.



    Wheelwright, Mary C. 1935


    White, Amelia [Elizabeth?] 1923


    White, Leslie A. 1927-1941 4 items

    White, Leslie A.



    -See also Ser.IV, Hopi - Notes, 1929; 1932; n.d.
    -See also Ser.VI, White, Leslie
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - White, Leslie A.



    Folder #1 [1927?]- Jun. 1930


    Folder #2 Jul. 1930-31


    Folder #3 1932-33


    Folder #4 1934-37; n.d.


    Whitman, A. 1921?


    Whooley, Mary n.d.


    Whorf, Benjamin L. 1933; 1935


    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - Stephen's Hopi Journal - Corr.



    Wiley, Louis n.d.


    -See also Ser.I, New York Times



    Williams, William 1934


    Wilson, G.R. 1926; 1931


    Winters, John D. 1912


    Winthrop, B. 1912


    Wisdom, Charles 1935


    Wisdom, Charles - Mss. - "Mem. from the Chorti of Eastern Guatemala" [ca. 1935?]


    -See Ser.IV, Chorti - Notes [taken by Charles Wisdom]



    Wissler, Clark 1918-22


    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Corr.



    Woman's City Club (Boston, Mass.) 1921?


    Woman's Forum 1916


    Women's Trade Union League 1917


    Women's University Club (New York City) 1909


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Realty Company of the Women's University Club



    Wood, Charles W.



    -See Ser.I, Sunday World



    Wood, L. Hollingsworth



    -See Ser.I, American League to Limit Armaments



    Wood, M.R. 1905?


    Woodall, N.F. - Mss. - "Old Signs in Alabama" 1930


    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - "Spirituals in Alabama" by Clemmie S. Terrell



    Woodson, Carter G. 1926-1927 2 items

    Woodson, Carter G. 1934


    Woodward, Dorothy 1933


    Woolston, Florence Guy - Mss. - "Marriage Customs and Taboos Among the Early Heterodites" [1919?]


    -See Ser.VII, "Marriage Customs Among the..."



    Work, Monroe N. 1919


    -See Ser.IV, [African Proverbs]



    Wyman, Leland C. 1936


    Yale Review 1915


    Young, George



    Folder #1 1909-11


    Folder #2 1912


    Folder #3 1913-33; n.d.


    Yves-Guyot, [?] 1919


    Zingg, Robert M. 1934-36; n.d.


    Zoro, Angèlica Q. de 1931-32; 1935


    in Spanish



    Zuraik, Philip 1926


    Unidentified 1926-1936 2 items

    Series II. Personal Correspondence 1882-1941; 1965


    Abbott, Holken n.d.

    Adams, F.C. 1888; 1890; n.d.


    Adams, Lilian 1890; n.d.


    Adams, Marion H. 1886; 1888; n.d.


    Aldrich, Chester Holmes 1906?; n.d.


    Aldrich, Nelson W. n.d.


    Allison, W.B. 1906; n.d.


    Andersen, Andreas 1901


    Anderson, Sarah E. 1912-13


    Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company 1920


    Baker, George Bramwell 1929-30


    Banks, Lucette 1885-90; n.d.


    Bannard, Otto T. n.d.


    F.A. Bartlett Tree Expert Co. 1932-33; 1941


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Bartlett Tree Expert Co.



    Belknap, Alice 1882-90; n.d.


    Bend, Beatrice 1890?


    Bennet, William S. 1906-11


    Berberich, Peter 1936


    Berndt, Charles 1914-27


    Blake, George Baty 1909?


    Boggs, Miss 1901


    Boit[?], John n.d.


    Boney[?], P. n.d.


    Borden, Alfred 1914


    Borden, Effie Brooks 1888; 1890; n.d.


    Borden, Leonora 1888-90; n.d.


    Bower, Anna E. 1884-89; n.d.


    Boynton, Stanley C. 1934-35


    Brice, M. n.d.


    Bright, Leslie 1890; n.d.


    Brown, Caroline 1938; 1965


    Parsons, Fanny (Mrs. John)



    Brownell, Matilda 1906?; n.d.


    Buker, Lou C. 1890


    Bull, Harry A. n.d.


    Burden, Evelyn B. 1889; n.d.


    Bureau for the Requirements of Social Life n.d.


    Burns, Gerald R. 1930


    Burton, T.E. 1907; n.d.


    Busch, Bella C. 1887


    Butler, Lawrence 1901


    Cameron, Anne F. 1890?


    Camp Chocórua 1889


    Carmody, Mary J. 1906-36


    Chappell, Walter F. 1901


    Church, Ulina Estelle 1908


    Clews, Henry, Jr. 1885-1930; n.d.


    brother
    -See also Ser.VI, Clews, Henry, Jr.



    Clews, Henry, Sr. 1888-1921; n.d.


    father



    Clews, Henry n.d.


    nephew



    Clews, James B. 1920-28


    Clews, Lucy Madison Worthington



    mother
    -See also Ser.II, Clews, Robert Bower



    Folder #1 1887-1909


    Folder #2 1910-35; n.d.


    Clews, Robert Bower 1890?


    brother



    Clews, Lucy Madison Worthington



    Clews Family - Genealogy n.d.


    Clotilde, L.M. n.d.


    Cohn, Sigmund 1890?


    Collins, Kathleen n.d.


    Colton, Bertha 1888-90


    Cooley, Alford W. 1909-11


    Crane, W.M. 1906


    Culberton, Louise n.d.


    Cushing, Howard G. 1906


    Cushing, Lily D. n.d.


    Davies, Julien T. 1888

    de Koven, Hana F. (Mrs. Reginald) 1936


    Dennett, Elizabeth 1914?


    Dewey, George n.d.


    Dexter, Josephine 1894


    Dexter, Samuel



    Folder #1 1893-94; n.d.


    Folder #2 n.d.


    Folder #3 1893-94; n.d.


    letters from ECP silk purse



    Folder #4 n.d.


    Dillard, Calvin 1913-14


    Drury, Samuel S. 1917


    Durand, Mortimer, Sir (and Lady) n.d.


    Durham, Jesse L. 1905


    Early, Mary 1910


    Eckerman[?], Elizabeth S.M. 1917-18


    Eddy, Marie Seymour 1890?


    Edgar, Mary N. 1890?


    Emery, Henry C. n.d.


    Erlandsen, Clarita K. n.d.


    Fawcett de Cappeti, Laura 1890


    Fearing, George R. 1890


    Fish, Lillie 1889


    Fisher, Irving 1908


    Foster, Murphy J. 1906


    Fowler, Edward M. 1890?


    Fowler, Louise M. 1890?


    Francfort, Lena (Mrs. J.) 1906-11


    Frankel, Rose 1932


    Fritsche, H. 1889


    Gedon, Anna 1919


    Gerard, James W. 1889; 1935


    Greenough, J.T. 1890?


    Griscom, Else n.d.


    Grondahl, Edla 1930


    Hackett, C.F. 1914


    Hammond, Emily n.d.


    Hansbrough, H.C. n.d.


    Harding, Jewell C. 1921-25


    Harriman, Mary n.d.


    Hasking, Tom 1901


    Hawxhurst, George W. 1911


    Heather II (Ship) 1912


    -See also Ser.I, Day, Clarence, 24 Jan. 1912



    Henderson, Nathalie 1911


    Herrick, Robert



    -See Ser.IX, Pajarito Ranch, N.M.



    Herrick, Robert - Mss. - "A Feline World" 1929


    page proof; inscribed "To E.C.P." under title



    Herter, Christian A. 1908-09


    Hindle[?], Jim n.d.


    Hirst, Francis W. 1908


    Hoar, R. 1906


    Howard, Mrs. 1934


    Idle, Henry 1906


    Irving, Teresa 1928


    Jenkins, Edwin 1920


    Johnson, Jennie 1919


    Joy, Walter T. 1935


    Joyce, Alden P. 1928-29


    Kearny, Thomas 1890?


    Kemp, Kate 1906


    Kennedy, John Drummond n.d.


    son-in-law



    Kimball, Madeleine 1925


    Kingman, John J. 1935


    Kirk, Adelaide C. 1920


    Knollwood Cemetery 1910


    Kuhn, Laura 1934


    Ladd, Elizabeth B. 1889


    Ladenburg, Emily 1889


    La Farge, Mabel n.d.


    La Faye[?], H.B. n.d.


    Lawrence, A.T.



    Folder #1 1888-90; n.d.


    Folder #2 1890; n.d.


    Lawrence, John 1890


    Lee, Maud Stewart 1889-90

    Lherbette, M. 1888


    Liggett, [?] W. 1901


    Light, Gertrude U. 1924-32


    The Lincoln School of Teachers College (N.Y.C.) 1921


    Lockwood, Louise B. 1901


    Lodge, H.C. 1906


    Lufis[?], L.L. 1887


    McCormick, M. n.d.


    McKay, J.H. n.d.


    MacLeay, Luena B. 1919


    Maddell, Laura A. 1909


    Madeira, Lucy 1909


    Manhattan Storage & Warehouse Co. 1929-32


    Marmon, R.O. 1931


    Matsuka, Mrs. 1906


    Mijarda[?], B. n.d.


    Millard, M.W. 1889-90; n.d.


    Millett, F.D. 1914?


    Morgan, E.P. n.d.


    Morgan, Helen ca. 1901


    Morris, Arthur n.d.


    Nagle, Anne 1935


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Nagle, Anne



    Nearing, Scott 1917


    Nechida, Masa 1911


    Noble, Raymond Hull 1914


    Osharu, L.P. n.d.


    Pagenstecher, Misses 1886


    Parsons, Bertha Brush n.d.


    Parsons, Constance 1901; 1906


    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    daughter
    -See also Ser.II, Young, J.H.
    -See also Ser.VI, Kennedy, Elsie (Lissa) Parsons
    -See also Ser.VII, [Journal of Lissa's Health and Growth]



    Folder #1 1909-12


    Folder #2a 1915-31


    Folder #2b 1932-35


    Folder #3 n.d.


    Parsons, Fanny W. (Mrs. John E.) 1940; n.d.


    daughter-in-law
    -See also Ser.II, Brown, Caroline



    Parsons, Herbert



    husband
    -See also Ser.VI, Parsons, Herbert



    Folder #1 1891; 1896


    Folder #2 1897


    Folder #3 1898


    Folder #4a Jan.-Aug. 1899


    Folder #4b Sep.-Dec. 1899; n.d.


    Folder #5a Jan.-Jul. 1900


    Folder #5b Aug.-Dec. 1900


    Folder #6 1901


    Folder #7 1902


    Folder #8 1903

    Folder #9a Jan.-Jun. 1904


    Folder #9b Jul.-Dec. 1904


    Folder #10 Feb.-Sep. 1905


    Folder #11 Oct.-Dec. 1905


    Folder #12 Jan.-Jun. 1906


    Folder #13 Jul. 1906


    Folder #14 Aug. 1906


    Folder #15 Sep. 1906


    Folder #16a 1-15 Oct. 1906


    Folder #16b 16-31 Oct. 1906


    Folder #17 Nov. 1906


    Folder #18 Jan.-Feb. 1907


    Folder #19 Mar. 1907


    Folder #20 Apr. 1907


    Folder #21 May-Jun. 1907

    Folder #22 Jul. 1907


    Folder #23 Sep. 1907


    Folder #24 Oct. 1907


    Folder #25 Jan.-Apr. 1908


    Folder #26 Jun. 1908


    Folder #27 Jul. 1908


    Folder #28 Aug. 1908


    Folder #29a 1-9 Sep. 1908


    Folder #29b 16-30 Sep. 1908


    Folder #30 Oct. 1908


    Folder #31 Nov.-Dec. 1908


    Folder #32 Mar.-May 1909


    Folder #33 Jun. 1909


    Folder #34 Jul. 1909


    Folder #35 Aug. 1909


    Folder #36 Sep. 1909


    Folder #37 Nov. 1909


    Folder #38 Feb.-May 1910

    Folder #39 Jun. 1910


    Folder #40 Jul.-Aug. 1910


    Folder #41 Sep. 1910


    Folder #42 Oct. 1910


    Folder #43 Nov.-Dec. 1910


    Folder #44 Feb.-Mar. 1911


    Folder #45 Apr. 1911


    Folder #46 May 1911


    Folder #47 Jun. 1911


    Folder #48 Jul. 1911


    Folder #49 Aug. 1911


    Folder #50 Sep. 1911


    Folder #51 Oct. 1911


    Folder #52 Nov.-Dec. 1911


    Folder #53 Jan.-May 1912

    Folder #54 Jun.-Jul. 1912


    Folder #55 Aug. 1912


    Folder #56 Sep.-Dec. 1912


    Folder #57 Jan.-Feb. 1913


    Folder #58 Apr.-Jun. 1913


    Folder #59 Jul.-Aug. 1913


    Folder #60 Sep.-Oct. 1913


    Folder #61 Nov.-Dec. 1913


    Folder #62 Jan.-Jun. 1914


    Folder #63 Jul.-Aug. 1914


    Folder #64 Sep. 1914


    Folder #65 Oct.-Dec. 1914


    Folder #66 Jan.-Jun. 1915


    Folder #67 Jul.-Sep. 1915


    Folder #68 Oct.-Dec. 1915


    Folder #69 Feb.-May 1916

    Folder #70 Jun.-Aug. 1916


    Folder #71 Sep.-Dec. 1916


    Folder #72 Jan.-May 1917


    Folder #73 Jun.-Jul. 1917


    Folder #74 Aug.-Sep. 1917


    Folder #75 Oct.-Dec. 1917


    Folder #76 Jan.-Feb. 1918


    Folder #77 Mar.-Apr. 1918


    Folder #78 May-Jun. 1918


    Folder #79 Jul.-Sep. 1918


    Folder #80 Oct. 1918


    Folder #81 Nov. 1918


    Folder #82 Dec. 1918


    Folder #83 Jan. 1919


    Folder #84 Feb. 1919


    Folder #85 May-Jul. 1919


    Folder #86 Aug.-Dec. 1919


    Folder #87 Feb.-Jul 1920

    Folder #88 Aug.-Oct. 1920


    Folder #89 Nov.-Dec. 1920


    True, Clara D.



    Folder #90 Mar.-Jul. 1921


    Folder #91 Aug.-Nov. 1921


    Folder #92 1922


    Folder #93 1923


    Folder #94 1924


    Folder #95 1925; n.d.


    Parsons, Herbert - Power of Attorney 1917


    Parsons, Herbert, Jr. 1912; 1922-1935; n.d.


    son



    Parsons, John E.



    father-in-law



    Parsons, John E.



    son



    Folder #1 1910-12


    Folder #2a Jul.-Oct. 1916


    Folder #2b Nov.-Dec. 1916


    Folder #3 1917


    Folder #4 1918


    Folder #5 1919-20


    Folder #6 1921


    Parsons, McIlvaine



    Folder #7 1922-23


    Folder #8 1924-25

    Folder #9 1926


    Folder #10 1927-28


    Folder #11 1929-30


    Folder #12 1931


    Folder #13 1932


    Folder #14 1933-1934


    Folder #15 1935-36


    Reichard, Gladys



    Folder #16 1937-41; n.d.


    Parsons, McIlvaine



    Parsons, John E. - Poems 1940-41; n.d.


    Parsons, John E. - "Talk Among the Tories" by B.R.T. 1937-39; n.d.


    Parsons, McIlvaine



    -See also Ser.II, Parsons, John E. [son], Folders #6 and #16



    Folder #1 1919-26


    Folder #2 1927-28


    Folder #3 1929-30


    Folder #4 1931-35


    Parsons, McIlvaine - Daily News Editorials [Yale] 1931


    Parsons, McIlvaine - Mss. - "Indian Life" 1925


    Parsons, McIlvaine - Mss. - "An Interpretation of the Communist Theory of State" 1931


    Parsons, McIlvaine - Mss. - "Of Swimming in Duck Ponds" 16 Feb. [1931?]


    Parsons, McIlvaine - Mss. - "Whitehead's Concept of Time" n.d.


    Parsons, McIlvaine - Poems 1928-29; n.d.


    Parsons, Mary 1936; n.d.


    Parsons family 1901; n.d.


    Patterson, Rufus L. 1931; n.d.


    Perla, Doris 1885-90; n.d.

    Potomac School 1909-10


    Potter, Dorothea 1890; n.d.


    Prentice[?], Ezra n.d.


    Putnam, Ruth n.d.


    Redman, Rose 1910


    Remsen, Robert G. 1887?


    Reynolds, George P. 1936


    Richman, Julia 1905


    Robbins, A.M. 1901


    Robbins, Harry Pelham n.d.


    Robinson, Kenneth 1911


    Rogers, Janet Pierpont 1911


    Roony, Henry F. 1909


    Rose, Antonio 1921


    Roosevelt, Alice Lee n.d.


    Rosenblatt, Herman P. 1930


    Ruel, [?] 1888


    Ruhl, Anna 1914


    Russell, Jane n.d.


    Rye Country Club (N.Y.) 1930


    Salem, Clara R. 1906


    Schaefer, Kathryn C. 1920


    Seaman, Stanley M. 1914?


    Sedgwick, Alexander 1911


    Seton, G.G. 1908?


    Silva, Gregory T. 1917-19


    Silva, Pennie 1917


    Smadbeck, Warren 1928


    Smith, James G. 1908


    Smith, Margaret A. Stewart 1916; 1918


    Smith, P.C. 1912


    Station Master (Great Barrington) 1915?


    Stebbins, Mary 1890; n.d.


    Stewart, Lispenard 1888


    Stickney, C.L. 1913


    F.W. Stillman Company 1930; 1941


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Stillman Co.



    Stokes, Mr. 1884


    Strang, Louisa L. 1894


    Sullivan, Mark 1908?


    Swift, George Montague 1905-09?


    Sylvester, Richard 1911


    Tanenbaum, Florence Lucy n.d.


    Thompson, Frank E. n.d.


    Tiffany & Co. Safe Deposit Dept. 1916; 1919


    Todd, R.H. 1906


    Torrell, Carlotta Russell 1901


    Townsend, Amy 1889


    Trevore, Emily H. 1890


    Tusserand, [?] 1909


    Unidentified



    Folder #1 1883-1907


    Folder #2 1908-10


    Folder #3 1911-13


    Folder #4 1914-19


    Folder #5 1920-36


    Folder #6 n.d.


    Folder #7 n.d.


    Folder #8 1885-1933; n.d.


    written by ECP



    Vaillant, Abby A. 1888-89


    Van Hoorde, Raoul n.d.


    Vatable, Jules J. 1890; n.d.


    Ward, Mary A. n.d.


    Washington (D.C.). Office of the Engineer Commissioner of the District of Columbia 1907


    Watson, John M. 1934


    Westervelt, Florence 1889


    Wickersham[?], Neil n.d.


    Wild, S.E. 1906


    Williams, L.W. 1884


    Winters, John D. 1911


    Winthrop, Bronson n.d.


    Woely, M.H. n.d.


    Worthington, Edward Stanley 1885; 1889


    uncle



    Young, J.H. 1910-11


    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    Zuni, Flora 1924


    Series III. Lectures and Manuscripts 1898-1947


    Addresses


    Addresses - "Cultural Uniformity" 1921


    Addresses - Higher Education of Women and The Family 1908


    Addresses - [On Mitla, Oaxaca] 1935


    Addresses - "Remarks at Sanger dinner" 1916


    Anthropology game n.d.


    Articles about or referring to ECP 1915-36


    Articles by ECP 1905-06; 1915-17; n.d.


    Bibliography 1914-20


    Bibliography of Southwest Mythology [1927?]


    Lectures



    Lectures - "Folk-Lore at Home" n.d.


    Lectures - Lecture notes n.d.


    Lectures - Remarks to Prof. Boas' class in anthropology 1918


    Lectures - "The Social Conventions" n.d.


    Lectures - "Spanish Folk Culture in America" 1935


    Lectures - "The Value of Folk Ethics" n.d.


    Letters to Editors 1917-18; n.d.


    Manuscripts



    Manuscripts - "Adivinanzas de Mexico, D.F." 1932?


    Manuscripts - "Afternoon Tea" [ca. 1912?]


    skit



    Manuscripts - "The Antagonism of the Private to the Public School System" [ca. 1905]


    Manuscripts - [Arab Folk Tales] n.d. 15 Folders

    Manuscripts - "Arabic Elements in Negro Folk Tales" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "An Automobile Demonstrator, His Mother, and Old Joe Washington" 1924

    Manuscripts - "The Aversion to Anomalies" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Avoidance in Custom and in Ceremonialism" n.d.


    Manuscripts - Bibliography n.d.


    work unknown skit



    Manuscripts - "The Board of Trustees" [1913?]


    Manuscripts - "The Canes" [ca. 1932]


    Manuscripts - "Carnival at Zaachila" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "The Case for Cross-Cousin Marriage among Pueblo Indians" 1921


    Manuscripts - "Ceremonial Defloration" [1917]


    Manuscripts - "Ceremonial Reluctance" n.d. 9 Folders

    Manuscripts - "Christian Rites in Zuni Ceremonialism" [1918?]


    Manuscripts - "Christian Rites in Zuni Ceremonialism" - Correspondence 1918


    Spier, Leslie



    Manuscripts - "Class Lines in 1914-15" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Conventionality" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "The Criminal" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Cultural Change among Spanish Indians" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Decorative Scenery" [1915?]


    Manuscripts - "A Derelict of Progress" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Discomfiture and Evil Spirits" [1915]


    Manuscripts - "Discussion of Prof. Weatherly's Paper" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Dual Organization" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Eden or Athens" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "The End of Gerontocracy: a Warning to the middle-Aged" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Engagements" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Escape Up the Tree" 1919; [1922]


    Swanton, John R.



    Manuscripts - "Ethnology in a Liberal Education" [1914?]


    Manuscripts - The Family - Correspondence



    Folder #1 1905-Nov. 1906


    Folder #2 Dec. 1906-1911


    Manuscripts - The Family - Reviews 1907; 1909


    Manuscripts - Fear and Conventionality - Correspondence 1914-15


    Manuscripts - Fear and Conventionality - Reviews 1914-20


    Manuscripts - "Feminism and Men" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Die Flucht auf den Baum"



    English translation
    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "Escape Up the Tree"



    Manuscripts - "Folklore from Dacca District, Bengal" [ca.1923]


    -For related materials, see Ser.IV, Hindu (Bose) - Notebooks #1-3, 1923; and Ser.IV, Hindu - Notes, [1923]



    Manuscripts - "Folk Lore from Georgia" [1934?]


    Manuscripts - "Getting Information from Pueblo Indians" n.d.

    Manuscripts - "The Good of Society" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Gratifications and Consolation in War Time" 1917


    Manuscripts - "Heaven" [1914?]


    Manuscripts - [Hindu Culture] n.d.


    Manuscripts - "The History of the Monroe Doctrine from 1822 to 1861" [ca.1898?] 2 Folders

    Manuscripts - "Home Study in Ethnology" n.d.


    Manuscripts - Hopi Journal by Alexander M. Stephen



    -See Ser.III, Mss. - Stephen's Hopi Journal



    Manuscripts - "How Civilization Might Jump" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Humiliation in Crisis Ceremonialism" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "The Imaginary Mistress" n.d.


    photocopy



    Manuscripts - "In New York State" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "In Terms of Crisis" [1917]


    Manuscripts - "In Terms of Crisis" - Correspondence 1917-20


    Hackett, Francis



    Hand, Learned



    Smith, T.R.



    Toksvig, Signe K.



    Manuscripts - "In the Beginning of Society" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "In the Nursery - Militarism or Pacifism?" [1915]


    Manuscripts - "In the Southwest"



    Folder #1 [ca. 1919]


    "The Accident of the Forester"



    Smith, T.R.



    Folder #2 [ca. 1919]


    "From Paharito Ranch to Taos and Back"



    Folder #3 [ca. 1919]


    "Pedro Baca and I Go Visiting"



    Folder #4 [ca. 1919]


    "The Governor of Zuni"



    Folder #5 [ca. 1919]


    "In the Room Below"



    Folder #6 1921


    "The Price of Fear [UNK] Zuni"



    Smith, T.R.



    Folder #7 [ca. 1919]


    "The Dance North [UNK] Houck's Tanks"



    Folder #8 [ca. 1919]


    "Where the Chief Lives"



    Folder #9 [ca. 1919]


    "Laguna Lodging Houses"



    Folder #10 1920


    "How My Head [UNK] Washed at Sichumovi"



    Smith, T.R.



    Folder #11 [ca.1919]


    "Third Degree at Lamy"



    Folder #12 [ca.1919]


    "The Hotavilla Revival"



    Folder #13 [ca.1919]


    "Melika"



    Folder #14 [ca.1919]


    "We Attend the Night Chant"



    Manuscripts - "Indians Ku-Klux-Klanned" [ca.1920]


    Manuscripts - "International Representation" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Interpreting Ceremonialism" n.d.


    Manuscripts - [An Island Bewitched]



    La Farge, C. Grant



    -See also Ser.I, Day, Clarence, 23 Feb. 1914



    Folders #1-3 1914


    Folder #4 1913


    Manuscripts - "It Costs" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Japan and Preparedness" [ca.1917]


    Manuscripts - "Journal of a Feminist, 1913-1914" n.d. 10 Folders

    Manuscripts - "Journal of a Pacifist" n.d. 5 Folders

    Manuscripts - Laws of Imitation - Correspondence Henry Holt and Co. 1902-20


    Manuscripts - "The Legal Mind" [1915]


    Manuscripts - "Links Between Religion and Morality in Early Culture" [1914]


    -See also Ser.I, Goddard, P.E., 29 June 1914



    Manuscripts - "Little Essays in Lifting Taboo" [ca.1906?] 2 Folders

    Manuscripts - "Marriage, A New Life" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Marriage and Parenthood - a Distinction" 1914


    The Atlantic Monthly



    Manuscripts - "Masks in the Southwest of the United States"



    -See Ser.IV, Mexico - Notes, 1929-30; 1932



    Manuscripts - "The Mass of the Cock in Ihuatzia, Michoacan" [ca.1932]


    Manuscripts - "Meetings" n.d.


    Manuscripts - [Mexican Riddles] n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Mistaking a Lady" n.d.


    Manuscripts - Mitla: Town of Souls - Correspondence Redfield, Robert 1935-36


    Manuscripts - "The Near Conjugal" n.d.


    Manuscripts - [Negro Folklore] n.d. 5 Folders

    Manuscripts - "New England Folklore" 1919


    original microfilmed then discarded; see Manuscripts Librarian for film



    Manuscripts - "Note on Parallels Between the Cora-Huichol and the Pueblos" [1933]


    Manuscripts - "Nursery and Savagery" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Nursery Bug-A-Boos" [1912]-15


    The Independent



    Manuscripts - "Nursery Taboos" n.d.


    Manuscripts - The Old-Fashioned Woman - Reviews and Correspondence 1913-16


    Manuscripts - "Old Signs in Alabama" by N.F. Woodall [1930]


    -See Ser.III, Mss. - "Spirituals in Alabama" by Clemmie S. Terrell



    Manuscripts - "On Certain Phases of Poor-Relief in the City of New York" [ca.1898] 2 Folders

    Manuscripts - "On Dueling and Reprisals" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "On the Loose" - Reviews and Corr. 1915


    Manuscripts - "On the Training of the Will" [ca.1898]


    Manuscripts - "Pacifist Snobbishness" n.d.


    Dell, Floyd



    Manuscripts - [Pawnee Indians] [1925]


    Manuscripts - [Patriotism] n.d.


    Manuscripts - Peguche: a Study of Andean Indians - Correspondence n.d.


    -See Ser.X, Corr. - Redfield, Robert
    -See Ser.X, Corr. - Reichard, Gladys A.
    -See Ser.X, Publications



    Manuscripts - Peguche: a Study of Andean Indians - Reviews 1945-47


    Manuscripts - "A Plan for a National Employment Agency" n.d.


    Manuscripts - [Plates and Figures to Unidentified Works] n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Pleas for Marriage" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "A Poor Boy" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Portrait of an Adventurer" 1919; 1936


    re: Clarence Day



    Day, Peggy



    The New Republic



    The New Yorker



    Manuscripts - "Primitive Custom in Modern Culture" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "The Procession of St. Sebastian and the Virgin at Santa Maria Azompa" [ca.1932]


    Manuscripts - "Property and Habit" 1914


    Seager, Henry N.



    Manuscripts - "Provenience of Certain Negro Folk-Tales" n.d. 6 Folders

    Manuscripts - "Proverbs from Barbados and the Bahamas" [1930?]


    Manuscripts - "Psychological Aspects of the Taboos and Ceremonials of Pregnancy" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Pueblo Indian Parallels: an Ethnologic Study in Behaviors and Psychology" [ca. 1920]


    Manuscripts - "The Puppet of the Ceremonial" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Religion of Middle Age" [1917?]


    -See Ser.III, Mss. - Review of H.G. Wells' God the Invisible King



    Manuscripts - Religious Chastity - Reviews and Corr. 1912-14


    Manuscripts - "Religious Folk Dances of Mexico" 1929


    Manuscripts - "The Reluctant Bridegroom" n.d.


    Manuscripts - Review of N.W. Thomas' Kinship Organization and Group Marriage in Australia [1907?]


    Manuscripts - Review of H.G. Wells' God the Invisible King [1917?]


    Manuscripts - "Ring Games and Jingles in Barbados" [1930?]


    Manuscripts - "A Romantic in Bengal and in New York" [1925?] 2 Folders

    -See also Ser.IV, Hindu (Bose) - Notebooks #1-3, 1923
    -See also Ser.IV, Hindu - Notes, [1923]



    Manuscripts - "A Romantic in Bengal and in New York" 1925


    page proofs
    -See Oversized



    Manuscripts - "Saints of Uruápan" [ca. 1932]

    Manuscripts - "Selfishness" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "The Sentimentalists" [ca. 1913?]


    skit



    Manuscripts - "Sentimentality and Ceremonialism" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Sex and the Elders" [1915]


    Manuscripts - "Sexual Taboo" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Shall We Send Our Daughters to College?" n.d.


    Miller, Alice Duer



    Manuscripts - "Sincerity in Love Affairs" n.d.


    Manuscripts - Social Freedom - Correspondence 1915-16


    Manuscripts - Social Freedom - Reviews and Critiques 1916


    Manuscripts - Social Rule - Reviews and accounts 1917


    Manuscripts - "Social Solidarity" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" 1930


    Manuscripts - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Correspondence 1928-29


    Benedict, Ruth



    Bunzel, Ruth L.



    Espinosa, Aurelio M.



    Hodge, F.W.



    Kroeber, [Alfred L.]



    La Farge, Oliver



    Wissler, Clark



    Manuscripts - "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" - Notes [ca. 1930]


    Manuscripts - "Spanish Influence in Pueblo Indian Folktales" [ca. 1925?]


    Manuscripts - "Spanish Influences in Pueblo Indian Folktales" - Cover [ca. 1925?]


    Manuscripts - "Spirituals in Alabama" by Clemmie S. Terrell [1930]


    Manuscripts - Alexander M. Stephen's Hopi Journal [ca. 1936]


    proofs
    -See also Oversized



    Folder #1a



    original proofs photocopy of Folder #1a



    Folder #1b



    Folders #2-8



    Manuscripts - Alexander M. Stephen's Hopi Journal [ca. 1936]

    proofs



    Folder #9



    Manuscripts - Alexander M. Stephen's Hopi Journal - Correspondence 1903; 1926-1936


    Boas, Franz



    Bunzel, Ruth L.



    Dellenbaugh, Frederick S.



    Whorf, Benjamin L.



    -See also Ser. VIII, Stephen, Alexander M.



    Manuscripts - "Suffrage and Feminism" n.d. 2 Folders

    Manuscripts - "A Suggestion for Ethnology in the Philippines" n.d.


    Manuscripts - [Supernaturalism] n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Survivals of Indian Culture among Zapoteca-Speaking Mexicans" [ca. 1932]


    Manuscripts - "Taos Pueblo" 1936


    proofs



    Manuscripts - "Time-Keeping" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Tar Baby" [1929]


    Manuscripts - "The Tourist Eliminated" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Towards Keeping the Peace: Essays of a Pacifist" [ca. 1917] 7 Folders

    Manuscripts - "Towards Keeping the Peace: Essays of a Pacifist" - Clippings 1914-17 6 Folders

    Manuscripts - "Towards Keeping the Peace: Essays of a Pacifist" - Notes [1914-17]

    Manuscripts - "Toy Soldier" - Correspondence 1915


    Manuscripts - "Two Hindu Genealogies" [ca. 1925] 3 Folders

    -For related information, see also Ser.IV, Hindu (Bose) - Notebooks #1-3, 1923; and Hindu - Notes



    Manuscripts - "Two Hindu Genealogies" [Revised] [ca. 1925] 3 Folders

    Manuscripts - "Two Methods in Ethnological Hypothesis" 1917


    Manuscripts - "Vitance" n.d. 2 Folders

    Manuscripts - [War Essays] n.d. 8 Folders

    Manuscripts - "War Verses" [1934?]


    Manuscripts - "The Will to Power among Sociologists" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Women and War" n.d.


    Manuscripts - "Zapoteca Serpents" 1930


    Manuscripts - "Zuni Tales" [ca. 1930?]


    Miscellaneous Writings [1885?]


    Poems n.d.


    Series IV. Research Notes 1880-1935?


    Acoma - Notebook 1915-16

    -See Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, 1915-16



    Acoma - Notebook 1917


    [African Proverbs] collected by Monroe N. Work 1919


    some in French



    Work, Monroe N.



    Alaskan Eskimos - Notes 1920


    American Ethnology SW - Notebook 1910-12; n.d.


    Goddard, P.E.



    Hilles, Charles D.



    Holmes, W.H.



    Parsons, Herbert, [1912]



    U.S. Dept. of the Interior



    [American Folklore] - Notes 1895-1903; 1919; n.d.


    incl. tales, riddles
    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - [Negro Folklore]
    -See also Ser.IV, [Negro Folklore] - Notes



    American Folklore - Notes 1920; n.d.


    tales



    Azores - Notes



    riddles and tales
    -See Ser.IV, Cape Verde Islands/Azores - Notes
    -See Ser.IV, [Negro Folklore] - Notes



    Bahamas/Haiti - Notebook 1912


    -See also Ser.IV, [Negro Folklore] - Notes



    Barbados - Notebook 1924


    Bermuda 1923 2 Notebooks

    -See also Ser.IV, [Negro Folklore] - Notes



    Black American Folklore



    -See Ser.IV, [American Folklore] - Notes, 1895-1903; 1919; n.d.
    -See Ser.IV, [Negro Folklore] - Notes



    Boas Address to American Folklore Society - Notes 1900


    Cape Verde Islands/Azores - Notes n.d.


    in Portuguese



    Chorti - Notes taken by Charles Wisdom [ca. 1935?]


    "Mem. from the Chorti of Eastern Guatemala (ms.) - Charles Wisdom"



    Cora/Huichol - Notes [1933]


    Domingo Kinship Terms - Notes n.d.


    Duke, James B.[?] - Notes n.d.


    Egypt/Khartoum


    tales
    -For related materials, see also: Ser.IV, Egyptian, Sudanese and Arabian Tales - Notes, 1926; Khartoum - Notebook by George Boutros, 1926; Sudanese Tales - Notes, 1926



    Notebook #1 1926


    Egypt 1-27



    Notebook #2 [1926]


    Egypt 28-45, list of contents



    Notebook #3 1926


    Egypt, Khartoum 1-21, list of contents



    Notebook #4 [1926]


    Khartoum



    Notebook #5 [1926]


    Khartoum



    Notebook #6 1926


    Khartoum 62-77, some in Arabic, list of contents



    Notebook #7 [1926]


    Khartoum 78-92



    Notebook #8 [1926]


    Khartoum 93-110



    Notebook #9 [1926]


    Khartoum, Egypt 47-62



    Notebook #10 [1926]


    Egypt 63-83



    Notebook #11 [1926]


    Egypt 84, lists of contents & informants



    [Egyptian, Sudanese and Arabian Folk Tales] - Notes 1926


    some in Arabic



    Pronger, Dorothy



    -For related materials, see also: Ser.IV, Egypt/Khartoum - Notebooks; Khartoum - Notebook by George Boutros, 1926



    Guatemala - Notes n.d.


    in Spanish, riddles



    Haiti - Notebook 1912


    -See Ser.IV, Bahamas/Haiti - Notebook, 1912



    Hano - Notebook [1920]


    -See also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes by Alfred L. Kroeber, Folders #1-5, [ca. 1919?]



    Havasupai Language - Notebook taken by Frank Hamilton Cushing 1881


    Hindu



    -For related materials, see also: Ser.III, Mss. - Folklore from the Dacca District, Bengal; A Romantic in Bengal and in New York; Two Hindu Genealogies



    Hindu (Bose) 1923 3 Notebooks

    Informant: Somesh Chandra Bose



    Hindu - Notes [1923]


    Columbia University. Library



    -See also Oversized



    Hopi



    -For related materials, see also: Ser.IV, [Indian Languages] - Notebook; Zuni - Notes by Alfred L. Kroeber, Folders #1-5, [ca. 1919?]



    Hopi Jun. 1920


    Notebook #1 Jun. 1920


    Notebook #2 10 Jun.


    Notebook #3 9 Jun.


    Notebook #4 10 Jun.


    Notebook #5 11 Jun.


    Notebook #6 [Jun.]


    Hopi Nov.-Dec. 1920

    8 notebooks



    Notebook #1 20 Nov.


    Notebook #2 20 Nov.


    Notebook #3 22 Nov.


    Notebook #4 24 Nov.


    Notebook #5 24 Nov.


    Notebook #6[a] 28 Nov.


    Notebook #6[b] 30 Nov.


    Notebook #7 3 Dec.


    [Hopi] - Notebook [1922?]


    reading notes



    Hopi - Notes 1929; 1932; n.d.


    Forde, C. Daryll



    Lowie, Robert H.



    White, Leslie A.



    Box 4



    Hopi-Tewa 1924 2 Notebooks

    Huichol - Notes [1933]


    -See Ser.IV, Cora/Huichol - Notes



    [Indian Languages] - Notebook [1880?]


    languages collected include: Hopi, Tewa



    [Indians of North America] n.d.


    map
    -See Oversized



    Isleta



    Notebook #1 1920


    -See Ser.IV, San Felipe - Notebook, 1920



    Notebook #2 1920


    contains San[to] Domingo material



    Isleta at Zuni - Notebook 1926


    -See Ser.IV, Laguna - Notebook, 1926



    Jemez, N.M.



    -For additional materials, see also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes by Alfred L. Kroeber, Folders #1-5, [ca.1919?]



    Jemez, N.M. 1921 3 Notebooks

    Jemez, N.M. - Notebook 1922


    Kaiowa 1927


    Notebooks #1-2



    Notebook #3


    Khartoum - Notebooks by ECP 1926


    -See Ser.IV, Egypt/Khartoum - Notebooks #1-11, 1926



    Khartoum - Notebook by George Boutros Boutros, George 1926


    Laguna



    -For additional materials, see also Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes by Alfred L. Kroeber, Folders #1-5, [ca.1919?]



    Laguna - Notebook 1917


    Laguna 1918 2 Notebooks

    Laguna - Notes Oct. 1918


    Laguna - Notebook 1919


    Laguna - Notes 1919 3 Folders

    Laguna - Notebook Jun. 1920


    ethnobotany
    -See Ser.IV, Hopi-Notebook #3, 9 Jun. 1920



    Laguna 1920 2 Notebooks

    Laguna - Notebook 1926

    Isleta at Zuni, 1926



    Pima - Notebook, 1926



    [Laguna - Border of Church Floor in?] n.d.


    -See Oversized
    -For related materials, see Ser.IV, Laguna - Notebooks



    Laguna Songs - Notes



    -See Ser.IV, Zuni and Laguna Songs - Notes



    Living Arrangements - Inventory and Summary n.d.


    Martha's Vineyard - Notes 1919


    Lucinia Jeffers, informant



    Mexico - Notes 1929-30; 1932


    Toor, Frances



    -See also Ser.VIII, Mexico - Notes, 1929-30; 1932
    -See also Oversized



    Mexico - Notes [1929?-30]


    La Conquista, mexican dances; some in Spanish



    Mexico 1930 2 Notebooks

    in Spanish



    [Mexico] - Notes taken by Benjamin Villarán, Jr. 1930


    in Spanish



    Villarán, Benjamin, Jr.



    Mexico - Notes 1930-32


    La Conquista, Santa Ana del Valle; some in Spanish & French



    Espinosa, Aurelio M.



    Ricard, Robert - Mss. - "Les F[UNK]etes de <<Moros y Cristianos>> au Mexique (Addition)", 1932



    Mexico - Notes 1931; n.d.


    "La Conquista acquired at Mitla"



    [Mexico] - Notes from Burgoa sent by Ralph L. Beals 1933


    Beals, Ralph



    Mexico - Notes n.d.


    [Mexico] - Notes n.d.


    tales
    -See also Ser.VIII, [Mexico] - Notes, n.d. [tales]



    [Michoacan] - Notebook 1931


    excerpt
    -For additional materials, see Ser.IV, [Mexico] - Notes, n.d.



    Miscellaneous - Notes n.d. 4 Folders

    Nambé - Notebook 1926


    Navaho - Notebook 1915-16


    -See Ser.IV, Zuni - Notebook, 1915-16



    [Negro Folklore] - Notes 1899; 1916-1918; n.d.

    -See also Ser.III, Mss. - [Negro Folklore]
    -See also Ser.IV, [American Folklore] - Notes, 1895-1903; 1919; n.d.



    Nova Scotia 1923


    numbered 1-8, 9a, 9b



    Barbeau, C.M.



    Columbia University. Library



    Fauset, Arthur Huff



    Hayshaw, Beatrice M.



    Robinson, Evangeline M.
    10 Notebooks

    -See also Oversized



    Nova Scotia - Notes 1923


    Morris, Stephen



    -See also Oversized



    Pima - Notebook 1926


    -See Ser.IV, Laguna - Notebook, 1926



    Pueblo Indian Culture, Distribution in n.d.

    chart
    -See Oversized



    Pueblo Indian Dances 1925


    Santa Fe Fiesta program



    [Pueblo Indians, Ceremonial Organization and Ceremonies] n.d.


    charts
    -See Oversized



    Pueblo Indians, Distribution of Rites n.d.


    charts
    -See Oversized



    San Felipe - Notebook 1920


    contains Isleta and Sandia material



    San Ildefonso [1923?] 2 Notebooks

    San Juan 1923 4 Notebooks

    Sandia 1920


    -See Ser.IV, San Felipe - Notebook, 1920



    Santa Clara [1923?] 2 Notebooks

    San[to] Domingo - Notebook 1920


    -See Ser.IV, Isleta - Notebook #2, 1920



    Sia



    -See Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes by Alfred L. Kroeber, Folders #1-5, [ca.1919?]



    Portia Smiley n.d. 2 Notebooks

    Spain - Notebook 1928


    -See Oversized
    -See also Ser.VIII, Spain, 1928



    Spanish Riddles & Tales - Notebook 1922


    in Spanish



    [Stenographer's Notebooks]


    all in Gregg shorthand



    Notebook #1 Nov.-Dec. 1929


    Notebook #2 [1929]


    Notebook #3 Apr.-Jun. 1930


    Notebook #4 Jun.-Sep. 1930


    Notebook #5 Sep.-Nov. 1930


    Notebook #6 1930-31


    Notebook #7 1931


    Notebook #8 1932


    Notebook #9 1932-33


    Notebook #10 Apr.-Oct. 1933


    Notebook #11 Mar.-May 1934


    Notebook #12 Oct.-Nov. 1934


    Notebook #13 1934


    Notebook #14 1935?


    Notebook #15 n.d.


    Notebook #16 n.d.


    [Sudanese Tales] - Notes collected by Edward Atiyah 1926


    Atiyah, Edward



    -For additional materials, see also: Ser.IV, Egypt/Khartoum - Notebooks #1-11, 1926; Khartoum - Notebook by George Bourtos, 1926; [Egyptian, Sudanese and Arabian Tales] - Notes, 1926



    Taos - Notes ca.1930

    [Luhan], Mabel [Dodge]



    -See also Ser.I, Johnson, Melville
    - Mss. - "Taos the Brilliant"



    Tesuque - Notebook 1923


    Tesuque - Notebook 1925


    Tesuque - Notes n.d.


    Tewa



    -For additional materials, see Ser.IV, [Indian Languages] - Notebook; Zuni - Notes by Alfred L. Kroeber, Folders #1-5, [ca.1919?]



    [Tewa] - Notebook 1920-21


    journal, not taken by ECP



    Tewa - Notebook 1923


    Tewa - Notebook 1924


    -See Ser.IV, Hopi-Tewa - Notebook, 1924



    Tiwa



    -See Ser.IV, Zuni - Notes by Alfred L. Kroeber, Folders #1-5, [ca.1919?]



    Zuni - Notebooks - [Journal] 1915 2 Notebooks

    Zuni - Notebook - [Topics] 1915 4 Notebooks

    [Zuni] - Notebook [1915?]


    Zuni - Notebook 1915-16

    includes material on Acoma and Navaho



    Kroeber, A[lfred] L.



    Lowie, Robert H.



    Zuni - Notebook - [Journal] 1915-16


    Zuni - Notebook 1915-17


    Lewis, Margaret L.



    [Zuni] 1917 8 Notebooks

    [Zuni] - Notebook [1917?]


    Zuni Feb. 1918


    Notebooks #1-5



    Notebooks #6-7 Feb. 1918

    Zuni - Notes [Feb. 1918?]


    -See also Ser.VIII, Zuni - Notes, [Feb. 1918?]



    Zuni - Notes 1918


    American Museum of Natural



    History



    Goddard, P.E.
    2 Folders

    Zuni - Notes 1919


    calendar



    Zuni - Notes by Alfred L. Kroeber [ca.1919?] 5 Folders

    contains material on Hano, Hopi, Jemez, Laguna, Sia, Tewa, and Tiwa



    Zuni 1920 3 Notebooks

    Zuni - Notebook 1921


    Zuni - Notebook 1923

    -See also Oversized



    [Zuni] - Notes 1923; n.d.


    [Zuni] - Notebook by Owen Cattell [1924]


    Zuni - Notebook 1932


    Zuni - Notes 1932


    Lewis, Margaret



    Zuni and Laguna Songs - Notes n.d.


    re: recordings made from 1915 to early 1920



    Zuni, Isleta at - Notebook 1926


    -See Ser.IV, Laguna - Notebook, 1926



    Zuni Ceremonial Pottery - Notes [1932]


    Laboratory of Santa Fe, N.M. designs



    [Zuni Pottery Designs] 1918?


    Zuni [Vocabulary] - Notebook recorded by Frank Hamilton Cushing 1880-81


    Series V. Herbert Parsons Papers 1894-1931


    American Expeditionary Forces 1918; n.d.

    American Expeditionary Forces - Bills and Receipts 1918


    American Express Co. 1918


    Berndt, Charles 1918


    Brinley, Godfry M. 1916


    Burrill, William L. 1918


    Calder, William M. [1919]


    Clews, Lucy n.d.


    mother-in-law of HP



    Day, Clarence [1920]


    Flanagan, Mary A. 1894


    Fontaine, Marie Louise 1918; n.d.


    Hackett, Francis n.d.


    Hamilton, Angus 1913


    Handy, Ethalinda T. 1918


    Haslam, Lewis S. 1918


    Hecht, William C. 1918


    Hecht, William C., Jr. 1918


    James, Lucy 1916-18


    Lee, Ivy L. 1918


    Lenox Library Association 1918


    McCain, [?] 1918


    Merrill, William Pierson 1918


    Mills, Ogden L. 1918


    Morgan, D.P. 1917; 1919


    nephew of HP



    Morgan, D. Percy 1895-98


    Morgan, Edith Parsons 1903-15; n.d.


    sister of HP



    Morgan, Helen 1914


    niece of HP



    Morgan, J.P. 1914; n.d.


    nephew of HP



    Nolan, Dennis E. 1918


    Olcott, J. Van Vechten 1919


    Olympic (Ship). Marine Dept. 1914


    Parsons, Constance 1902-20; n.d.


    Parsons, Edward L. 1912-16; n.d.


    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    Folder #1 1909-17


    Folder #2 1918


    Folder #3 1919-21; n.d.


    Parsons, Florence Van Cortlandt Bishop (Mrs. John Edward) 1912-15; n.d.


    Parsons[?], Gertrude 1902-18; n.d.


    Parsons, Herbert 1910


    Parsons, Herbert - Account Book of European Trip 1921


    Parsons, Herbert - Address Book 1918


    Parsons, Herbert - Biographical Material 1906-31


    Parsons, Herbert - Christmas Lists 1919-20


    Parsons, Herbert - Ephemera 1918; n.d.


    Parsons, Herbert - Trip to Yosemite 1910 3 Folders

    includes maps
    -See also Oversized



    Parsons, Herbert 1912-24

    son of HP



    Parsons, John E. 1909-15


    father of HP



    Parsons, John E.



    son of HP



    Folder #1 1909-Jun. 1917


    Folder #2 Aug. 1917-18


    Folder #3 1919-Jun. 1920


    Folder #4 Sep. 1920-24; n.d.


    Parsons, McIlvaine (Mac) 1918-24; n.d.


    -See also Ser.II, Parsons, Herbert, 1918-24; n.d.



    Parsons, Mary P. 1905-20; n.d.


    Parsons, Closson and McIlvaine 1916-19


    Peters, Martha 1912


    Reynolds, James Bronson 1918


    Sayre, Henry D. 1914


    Schneider, Albert 1918


    Scranton, John W. 1918


    Scudder, Marvyn 1918


    Sheffield, James R. 1918


    Spemenbeere[?], Jesse R. 1918


    Strang, Louise L. 1894-98


    Supper Club 1916


    Unknown 1895-1919; n.d.


    Vollmer, Edward R. n.d.


    Whitehouse, V.B. 1918


    Willcox, William R. 1918


    Series VI. Peter H. Hare Papers 1900-1980


    Collected from various institutions and people, some correspondence and supporting material which appears in this series carries restrictions on duplication. All restrictions are noted on the folder.



    Background Material 1919-64

    Beals, Ralph L. 1933-35; 1978-80


    -See also Ser.I, Beals, Ralph L.



    Boas, Franz 1907-15


    -See also Ser.I, Boas, Franz



    Clews, Henry, Jr. 1923-59


    subject file
    -See also Ser.II, Clews, Henry, Jr.



    Eggan, Fred 1936; 1970


    -See also Ser.I, Eggan, Fred



    Fauset, Arthur Huff 1970


    -See also Ser.I, Fauset, Arthur Huff



    Hollinger, David 1974


    Kennedy, Elsie (Lissa) Parsons 1962


    original interview at Columbia Univ. Oral History Project
    -See also Ser.II, Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    Kroeber, Alfred L. 1916-39; 1970


    subject file



    Quinn, Theodora Kroeber



    Steward, Julian



    Lowie, Robert 1914-41; 1970


    -See also Ser.I, Lowie, Robert H.



    Luhan, Mabel Dodge



    -See also Ser.I, Luhan, Mabel Dodge



    Folder #1 1970


    Folder #2 1922-23


    Folder #3 1924-39


    Notes n.d.

    Opler, Morris E. 1932-36; 1970


    -See also Ser.I, Opler, Morris E.



    Parsons, Elsie Clews - Biographical Material 1900-73


    Parsons, Elsie Clews - Correspondence - Miscellaneous 1925-26


    Parsons, Elsie Clews - Notes on War 1917-18


    Parsons, Elsie Clews - Publications 1915-20; n.d.


    Parsons, Elsie Clews - Publications - Reviews 1915-46


    Parsons, Elsie Clews - References to 1919-71


    Parsons, Elsie Clews - War Essays n.d. 2 Folders

    -For originals see Ser.III, [War Essays]



    Parsons, Herbert 1910-48


    ECP's husband subject file
    -See also Ser.II, Parsons, Herbert



    Redfield, Robert



    -See also Ser.I, Redfield, Robert



    Folder #1 1970


    subject file



    Folder #2 1935-41


    Reichard, Gladys A. 1923-33; 1970


    -See also Ser.I, Reichard, Gladys



    Taft, William H. 1905; 1970


    -See also Ser.I, Taft, William Howard



    Titiev, Mischa 1933-40; 1970


    -See also Ser.I, Titiev, Morris



    White, Leslie A. 1973


    -See also Ser.I, White, Leslie A.



    Series VII. Ephemera 1888-1942


    Bacou n.d.

    postcard



    Barnard College Registration book 1895-99


    Bursum Bill 1922-23


    Albuquerque Herald



    Collier, John



    Guernsey, S.J.



    Kidder, A.V.



    Spinden, H.J.
    2 Folders

    -See also Ser. VII, Clippings - Indian Rights/Bursum Bill



    Calendar 1924


    -See Oversized



    Cartoon "Sacred to Fear and Conventionality" n.d.


    Clippings - Indian Rights/Bursum Bill 1922-23


    -See also Ser. VII, Bursum Bill



    Clippings - Miscellaneous 1906-23; n.d.


    Clippings - Obituaries of ECP 1941-42


    Boas, Franz



    Clippings - Suffrage 1910-16


    Concert Programs 1889-90; 1919


    -See also Oversized



    Examinations 1888; n.d.


    [Exhibition Catalogue of the Works on Antoine-Louis Barye] [1889-90]


    German Examination 1890


    [Golin's "Floréal"] n.d.


    plate



    Gutenberg Museum brochure n.d.


    Indian Bowl [?] Design n.d.


    L'Institute d'Ethnologie booklist [ca. 1928]


    in French



    [Italian Art] n.d.


    photos., plates
    -See also Oversized



    "The Jewish People - A Spiritual Force" 1917


    [Journal of Lissa's Health and Growth] 1902


    "Marriage Customs and Taboos Among the Early Heterodites" [by?] Florence Guy Woolston [1919?] 2 copies

    Martinique n.d.


    postcards



    Millet's "The Angelus" 1889


    Milton Harbor, N.Y. 1935


    New York City Street Maintenance n.d.


    Ralph Pando painting n.d.


    Passport



    Folder #1 1927


    Folder #2 1929


    Folder #3 1938


    Penny Provident Fund 190?


    stamp book



    Philippine Party - "As great as the age of a dwarf Jap pine..." 1909


    [Pieces of Mahogany bookcase] n.d.


    [Pieces of ring of Samuel Dexter] n.d.


    [Poem to] Mr. Herbert Parsons - "Men are very brave you know..." n.d.


    [Poem to] Mrs. Parsons - "Driving her foes to the verge of insanity..." n.d.


    Portfolio - "Les The[UNK]atres" n.d.


    See Oversized



    Red Cross Chain Letter n.d.


    [Ribbon] n.d.


    San Angel Inn brochure n.d.


    School Reports 1889-90


    [Score card of batting order kept by ECP] [1889?]


    ECP as scorekeeper



    Shoe from Louis XIV horse n.d.


    [Sketch of an unidentified man] n.d.


    charcoal



    "Les The[UNK]atres" portfolio n.d.


    -See Oversized, Ser. VII, Portfolio



    Watercolor - "In Appreciation of the [Oriole?] by Edna S. Hals[etine?]" 1929


    Series VIII. Photographs and Scrapbooks [ca.1885?]-1935; 1963


    Allen, Fred K. 1899

    -See Ser. VIII, Lake Colden



    Bailey, Harry 1899


    -See Ser. VIII, Lake Colden



    Boas, Franz n.d. 1 print

    Borden, Leonora 1890 1 print

    Bull, Harry A. n.d. 4 prints

    Cartoon "Sacred to Fear and Conventionality" n.d. 1 neg.

    -For original, see Ser. VII, Cartoon "Sacred to..."



    Clews, Elsie



    -See Ser. VIII, Parsons, Elsie Clews



    Clews, Henry, Jr. 1908


    [brother]
    -See Ser. VIII, Clews, Henry, Sr.



    Clews, Henry, Sr.



    [father]
    -See also Ser. VII, "Record of Family Faculties"



    Folder #1 1908 1 print; 1 neg.

    Clews, Henry, Jr.



    Folder #2 1908 1 print; 1 neg.

    Parsons, John E. [son]



    Parsons, Herbert [husband]



    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    Clews, Lucy Madison Worthington



    [mother]
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons family, n.d.



    Folder #1 1902 1 print

    Folder #2 1908 3 prints; 2 neg.

    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    [Collins, Dickie] n.d. 2 prints

    Espinosa, Manuel n.d. 1 print

    Graham Island n.d. 1 print

    [Hackett, Francis?] n.d. 2 prints

    Kroeber, Alfred L. n.d. 1 print

    Lake Colden / [Tahawks?] Club 1899; 1904


    Album [#1]



    Folder of loose photographs [#2]
    14 prints

    "Lounsberry" (Harrison, N.Y.) n.d. 1 print

    Lowie, Robert H. n.d. 1 print

    Luhan, Mabel Dodge - House n.d. 1 print

    -See Oversized



    Martin, Walton 1899


    -See Ser. VIII, Lake Colden



    Mead, Margaret n.d.


    -See Ser. VIII, Reichard album, n.d.



    Mexico - Notes 1929-30; 1932


    Folder #1
    8 prints

    Folder #2 [Tepic & dances]
    7 postcards

    Folder #3
    23 prints

    Folder #4
    15 prints

    Folder #5
    10 prints

    Folder #6
    33 prints

    [Mexico] - Miscellaneous



    Folder #1 n.d. 39 prints

    Folder #2 1930; n.d. 4 prints

    Mexico - [Los Moros] 1930 8 prints

    [Mexico] - Notes taken by Benjamin Villarán, Jr. 1930 12 prints

    Mexico - [Las Tres Potencias] 1930 7 prints; 1 neg.

    Mexico - [dances] [ca.1930?] 99 prints

    Folder #1



    #1-24



    Folder #2



    #25-47



    Folder #3



    #48-73



    Folder #4



    #74-99



    Mexico - [Guerrero masks] [ca.1930?] 6 prints

    Mexico - [dances] n.d. 5 prints; 1 neg.

    [Mexico] - Notes - [tales] n.d. 23 postcards

    Miscellaneous Group Photographs 1908 2 prints; 2 neg.

    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    Parsons, John E. [son]



    Morgan, Edith Parsons 1899


    -See Ser. VIII, Lake Colden
    [sister-in-law]



    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    -See also Ser. VII, Passports
    -See also Ser. VIII, Lake Colden, 1899; 1904



    Folder #1 [ca.1885?] 5 prints; 1 neg.

    -See also Oversized
    Studio: The Misses Selby



    Folder #2 1902


    1 4x6 print, 2 mounted prints
    -See also Oversized
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, Elsie (Lissa), 1902



    Folder #3 1905 1 print; 1 neg.

    -See also Ser. VIII, [Taft Congressional Junket, 1905]



    Folder #4 1908


    -See Ser. VIII, Parsons family, 1908



    Folder #5 1911


    1 print; bathing suit



    Folder #6 ca.1913 3 prints; 2 neg.

    Folder #7 [1916] 1 neg.

    Folder #8 1930 2 prints; 3 neg.

    Toor, Frances



    Folder #9 n.d. 9 prints

    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, John E. [father-in-law], n.d.
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons family, n.d.
    -See also Ser. VIII, Reichard album, n.d.



    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    [daughter]



    Folder #1 1902 1 print

    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    -See Oversized



    Folder #2 1902 1 glass neg.

    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    Folders #3a-3b 1902 1 print; 1 glass neg.

    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    Folders #4-6 1902 3 glass neg.

    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    Folder #7 [1905] 6 neg.

    Folder #8 [1905] 2 prints; 4 neg.

    Parsons, John E. [son]



    Folder #9 [1906?] 1 neg.

    Parsons, John E. [son]



    -See also Parsons family, 1906?



    Folder #10 1908 2 prints; 2 neg.

    -See also Ser. VIII, Clews, Henry, Sr., 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Clews, Lucy Madison Worthington, 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Miscellaneous Group Photographs, 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, Herbert [husband], 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons family, 1908



    Folder #11 1908 5 prints; 5 neg.

    Parsons, John E. [son]



    Folder #12 1908


    3 copies of 1 print



    Parsons, John E. [son]



    Folder #13 n.d. 3 prints

    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, John E. [son], n.d.



    Parsons, Herbert [husband]



    -See also Ser. VIII, Lake Colden, 1899; 1904



    Folder #1 [1905; 1906?] 1 print

    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons family, [1906?]
    -See also Ser. VIII, [Taft Congressional Junket, 1905]



    Folder #2 1908


    Parsons, John E. [son]



    -See also Ser. VIII, Clews, Henry, Sr., 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, John E. [father-in-law], 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons family, 1908



    Folder #3 1908 2 prints; 2 neg.

    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, John E. [father-in-law], 1908



    Folder #4 [ca. 1918]; n.d.


    2 prints (military photo.; snapshot)
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, John E. [father-in-law], n.d.
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons family, n.d.



    Parsons, Herbert [son]



    -See also Ser. VII, Passport, 1929



    Folder #1 1918 2 prints

    Parsons, McIlvaine



    Folder #2 n.d. 2 prints

    [Parsons, Margaret?]



    Parsons, John E. [father-in-law]


    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons family, [1906?]



    Folder #1 1908 3 prints; 3 neg.

    Parsons, Herbert [husband]



    Parsons, John E. [son]



    Folder #2 n.d. 3 prints

    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    Parsons, Herbert [husband]



    Parsons, John E. [son]



    Folder #1 [1905] 2 neg.

    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, Elsie (Lissa), 1905



    Folder #2 [1906?]


    -See Ser. VIII, Parsons, Elsie (Lissa), [1906?]
    -See Ser. VIII, Parsons family, [1906?]



    Folder #3 1908 1 print; 1 neg.

    -See also Ser. VIII, Clews, Henry, Sr., 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Miscellaneous Group Photographs, 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, Elsie (Lissa), 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, Herbert [husband], 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, John E. [father-in-law], 1908
    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons family, 1908



    Folder #4 1918 4 prints

    Folder #5 [ca. 1913?] 1 print; 1 neg.

    Folder #6 n.d. 3 prints

    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    Parsons, McIlvaine



    [son]
    -See also Ser. VII, Passport, 1929



    Folder #1 1918 2 prints

    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, Herbert [son], 1918



    Folder #2 1929; 1935 3 prints

    Parsons family



    Folder #1 [1906?] 2 neg.

    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    Parsons, Herbert [husband]



    Parsons, John E. [father-in-law]



    Parsons, John E. [son]



    Folders #2-4 1908 12 prints; 12 neg.

    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    Parsons, Elsie (Lissa)



    Parsons, Herbert [husband]



    Parsons, John E. [son]



    Folder #5 1918 1 print

    Folder #6 n.d. 4 prints; 3 neg.

    Clews, Lucy Madison



    Worthington



    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    Parsons, Herbert [husband]



    Pecos [1916?] 1 print

    Philippines, Congressional Junket to the 1905


    -See Ser. VIII, Taft Congressional Junket...



    [Pueblo Indians] n.d. 4 prints2 Folders

    "Record of Family Faculties"



    Folder #1 1901-11


    original album



    Folder #2 n.d. 3 tintypes

    Folder #3 1906-15; 1963; n.d.


    loose clippings



    Folder #4 1890-1908; n.d.


    loose pages of photos., bound 8/90



    [Reichard albums]



    mini-albums by Gladys A. Reichard



    Folder #1 1928 7 prints

    Folder #2 n.d. 4 prints

    Boas, Franz



    Mead, Margaret



    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    San Felipe n.d. 1 print

    Sanlamuli, Chief of Rocky Point, Prince Edward Island n.d.


    Santa Ana - "French Soldiers" dance Feb. 1929 1 print

    San[to] Domingo [1923?]; n.d. 2 prints

    [Scrapbook] [1887-99?]


    -See Oversized



    Spain 1928 41 postcards

    "Spanish Elements in the Kachina Cult of the Pueblos" 1930 5 postcards

    Stephen, Alexander M. 1903 1 mounted print

    Stonover Farm (Lenox, Mass.)



    Folder #1 ca. 1907 1 print; 1 neg.

    Folders #2-3 1918 4 prints

    Folder #4 1919 1 print

    Taft, William Howard 1905

    -See Ser. VIII, [Taft Congressional Junket...]



    [Taft Congressional Junket to the Philippines and Japan] 1905


    Folder #1
    2 prints; 2 neg.

    Parsons, Elsie Clews



    Parsons, Herbert [husband]



    Taft, William Howard



    -See also Ser. VIII, Parsons, Elsie Clews, 1905



    Folder #2
    5 prints; 2 neg.

    Taft, William Howard



    Folders #3-8
    168 neg.

    Taos [1923?]; n.d. 2 prints

    Toor, Frances 1930


    -See Ser. VIII, Parsons, Elsie Clews, 1930



    True, Clara D. - Home in Santa Fe, N.M. n.d. 1 print

    Unidentified



    3 Folders n.d. 20 prints; 3 neg.

    -See also Oversized



    Villarán, Benjamin, Jr. 1930 1 print

    Washington, D.C. House n.d. 1 postcard

    Zuni [1923?] 2 prints

    Zuni - Notes [Feb. 1918?] 3 prints

    Series IX. Financial Records 1906-1941


    Accounts


    Accounts - Bankers Trust Co. 1926-39


    Accounts - Henry Clews & Co.



    Folder #1 1925-26


    Folder #2 1928-32


    Folder #3 1933; 1936


    Accounts - Estate of Herbert Parsons 1927; 1929


    Accounts - Guaranty Trust Co. of New York 1909-12; 1920


    Accounts - Mabon & Co. 1906-09; 1924-25


    Accounts - Mabon & Co. - Balance Sheets 1906-12; 1925


    Accounts - Parsons, Closson & McIlvaine



    Folder #1 1909-28


    Folder #2 1929-32


    Accounts - G.P. Putnam's Sons 1916-19


    Accounts - Wilsey Investment Co. 1925-27


    Bills and receipts



    Folder #1 1906-11


    Folder #2 Jan.-Nov. 1912


    Folder #3 Dec. 1912


    Folder #4 Jan. 1913


    Folder #5 Feb.-Mar. 1913


    Folder #6 Apr.-Dec. 1913


    Folder #7 Jan.-Sep. 1914


    Folder #8 Oct.-Nov. 1914

    Folder #9 Dec. 1914


    Folder #10 Jan. 1915


    Folder #11 Feb.-Mar. 1915


    Folder #12 Apr.-May 1915


    Folder #13 1917-33; 1941


    Estate of John E. Parsons 1917


    father-in-law



    Guardianships 1928-30; n.d.


    Income Tax Calculations



    Folder #1 [1924?]


    Folder #2 1926


    Malabar V (ship) 1932


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Conway, J.A.
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Wm. Edgar John & Co.
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Parsons, McIlvaine
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Stillman Co.
    -See also Ser.X, Malabar V



    Pajarito Ranch, N.M. 1921-23


    Edwards, A.M.



    Herrick, Robert



    Law, George



    -See also Oversized
    -See also Ser.I, Edwards, A.M.
    -See also Ser.I, Law, George
    -See also Ser.I, True, Clara D.



    Record of Investments and Income n.d.


    Securities 1919; 1926


    Stocks 1910-36


    Yacht Charter [for "Hardi Biaou"] 21 Oct. 1926


    Series X. Estate of Elsie Clews Parsons 1927-1967


    Accounts


    Accounts - Bankers Trust Co. - Advice slips 1942


    Accounts - Bankers Trust Co. - Correspondence 1942-53


    Accounts - Chemical Bank & Trust Co. 1954-55


    Accounts - Henry Clews & Co. - Advice slips and receipts 1942-47


    Accounts - Henry Clews & Co. - Broker's statements 1941-47


    -See also Oversized
    -See also Ser.X, Taxes



    Accounts - Henry Clews & Co. - Correspondence 1941-46


    Accounts - Grove, Palmer & Co., Inc. - Receipts 1943


    Accounts - Parsons Trading Co. 1953


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Plyley, Chauncey A.

    Note: (end of Accounts)



    Assets 1940-45


    Clippings 1941


    Correspondence


    Correspondence - Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 1942


    Correspondence - American Car and Foundry Co. 1942; 1944


    Correspondence - American Folklore Society, Inc. 1942


    Davidson, D.S.



    -See also Ser.I, American Folklore Society
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Parsons, Closson & McIlvaine
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Reichard, Gladys A.
    -See also Ser.X, Publications



    Correspondence - Ames Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. 1942-50; n.d.


    Correspondence - Anderson, Clinton P. 1942


    Correspondence - Appel, Paul P. 1967


    Correspondence - J.J. Augustin, Inc. 1942-58


    Correspondence - Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. 1945


    Correspondence - Bankers Safe Deposit Co. 1942


    Correspondence - F.A. Bartlett Tree Expert Co. 1940-42


    -See also Ser.II, Bartlett Tree Expert Co.



    Correspondence - Benedict, Ruth 1942


    -See also Ser.I, Benedict, Ruth



    Correspondence - Bird, Alan L. 1942


    Correspondence - Bird, Henry 1945


    Correspondence - Charles W. Bliven & Co. 1943


    Correspondence - Boas, Franz 1942


    -See also Ser.I, Boas, Franz



    Correspondence - Brogan, Maud 1942


    Correspondence - Brown, Wheelock, Harris, Stevens, Inc. 1942


    Correspondence - Bull, Will[ia]m L. 1942


    -See also Ser.X, Parsons, Closson & McIlvaine



    Correspondence - Campbell, Louise 1942


    Parsons, John



    Correspondence - Central Aguirre Associates 1942


    Correspondence - Chase Safe Deposit Co. 1942


    Correspondence - City & Suburban Homes Co. 1943-52


    Correspondence - Colonial Families of America 1942


    Correspondence - Consolidated Edison Co. 1942; 1946


    Correspondence - Conway, J.A.



    [Parsons], John [E.]



    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Palmer, William P.



    Folder #1 1941-May 1942


    Folder #2 Jun. 1942-46


    Correspondence - Davidson, D.S.



    -See Ser.X, Corr. - American Folklore Society



    Correspondence - Dorson, Richard M. 1959-60


    Correspondence - Douglas L. Elliman & Co. 1942


    Correspondence - Equitable Appraisal Co., Inc. 1942


    Correspondence - Freeborn & Co. 1942


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Parsons, Closson & McIlvaine



    Correspondence - General Store (North Haven, Maine) 1942


    Correspondence - Goldfrank, Esther S. 1954-60


    -See also Ser.I, Goldfrank, Esther



    Correspondence - Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. 1942


    Correspondence - Great Western Sugar Co. 1942-44


    Correspondence - Robert Heard Hale 1945


    Correspondence - Hare, Betty 1945


    Correspondence - Hibbard, Charles L. 1942-46


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Milbank, Tweed & Hope



    Correspondence - Hudson Trust Co. 1944-45


    Correspondence - Huron Holding Corp. 1946-55


    Correspondence - Industrial Trust Co. 1942


    Correspondence - Internal Revenue Service 1942-46


    Correspondence - Jackson, L.C. 1958


    Correspondence - Wm. Edgar John & Assoc., Inc.



    Folder #1 1942


    Folder #2 1943-46


    Correspondence - Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 1945


    Correspondence - Kennedy, Elsie Parsons (Lissa)



    Realty Company of the Women's University Club



    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Hare, Betty
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Page, Anne



    Folder #1 Jan.-Mar. 1942


    Folder #2 Apr.-Dec. 1942


    Folder #3 1943-45


    Folder #4 1946-60


    Correspondence - Keweenaw Land Association, Ltd. 1941-46


    Correspondence - Kroeber, Alfred L. 1945


    -See also Ser.I, Kroeber, Alfred



    Correspondence - Laclede Gas Light Co. 1945


    Correspondence - La Guardia, F.H. 1942


    Correspondence - Lenox Library Association 1945


    Correspondence - Lenox National Bank (Lenox, Mass.) 1941-42


    Correspondence - Linton, Ralph 1942


    -See also Ser.I, American Anthropolgist
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - White, Leslie A.
    -See also Ser.X, Publications



    Correspondence - Loesch, George 1942


    Correspondence - Luhan, Mabel Dodge 1945


    -See also Ser.I, Luhan, Mabel Dodge



    Correspondence - McGee, John 1942


    Correspondence - Maine. Industrial Accident Commission 1942


    Correspondence - Manufacturers Trust Co. 1944-45


    Correspondence - Stephen Merritt Burial and Cremation Co. 1941


    Correspondence - Milbank, Tweed & Hope 1941-42


    Hibbard, Charles L.



    Correspondence - Murra, John 1945


    Correspondence - Nagle, Anne 1942-49


    -See also Ser.II, Nagle, Anne



    Correspondence - The New School 1953


    Correspondence - New York Hospital 1942


    Correspondence - New York State. Dept. of Labor, Division of Placement and Unemployment Insurance 1942-43


    Correspondence - New York Telephone 1942-43


    Correspondence - New York Times 1943


    -See also Ser.I, New York Times



    Correspondence - Nielson, Sophie 1942


    Correspondence - North Haven Casino 1942


    Correspondence - Page, Anne 1945


    aunt of EPK



    Kennedy, Elsie Parsons



    Correspondence - Palmer, William P. 1946


    Conway, J.A.



    Correspondence - Parsons, Fanny (Mrs. John E.) 1943


    daughter-in-law
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Parsons, Margaret W.



    Correspondence - Parsons, Herbert



    son



    [Parsons], Mc[Ilvaine]



    Reichard, Gladys A.



    Folder #1 1942


    Folder #2 1946-60


    Correspondence - Parsons, John E. 1942-58


    son
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Campbell, Louise
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Conway, J.A.



    Correspondence - Parsons, McIlvaine 1942-60


    son
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Parsons, Herbert



    Correspondence - Parsons, Margaret W. (Mrs. Herbert) 1942-46; n.d.


    daughter-in-law



    Parsons, Fanny (Mrs. John E.)



    Correspondence - Parsons, Closson & McIlvaine



    American Folklore Society



    Bull, William L.



    Freeborn & Co.



    Realty Company of the Women's University Club



    Redfield, Richard



    University of Chicago Press



    Folder #1 1941-Mar. 1942


    Folder #2 Apr.-Dec. 1942


    Folder #3 1943-45


    Folder #4 1946-50


    Correspondence - Pennroad Corp. 1945


    Correspondence - L.C. Peters Shop n.d.


    Correspondence - Phillips, Philip R. 1958


    Correspondence - Phipps, W[illia]m A. Pond 1942


    Correspondence - Plyley, Chauncey A. 1952-53


    Correspondence - Porcupine Land Association, Ltd. 1941-46


    Correspondence - Pressed Steel Car Co., Inc. 1945


    Correspondence - Prince & Ripley, Inc. 1942


    Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts



    Correspondence - Realty Company of the Women's University Club 1942


    -See also Ser.I, Women's University Club
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Kennedy, Elsie Parsons
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Parsons, Closson & McIlvaine



    Correspondence - Redfield, Robert



    Reichard, Gladys



    -See also Ser.I, Redfield, Robert
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Parsons, Closson & McIlvaine
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Reichard, Gladys



    Folder #1 1942


    Folder #2 1943-45


    Correspondence - Reichard, Gladys 1942-49

    American Folklore Society, Inc.



    Redfield, Robert



    Rydal Press



    -See also Ser.I, Reichard, Gladys
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Parsons, Herbert
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Redfield, Robert



    Correspondence - Root, Lin 1951


    Correspondence - Rydal Press



    -See Ser.X, Corr. - Reichard, Gladys



    Correspondence - Rye (N.Y.). Board of Assessors 1942


    Correspondence - Rye (N.Y.). City Clerk 1942


    Correspondence - Saarinen, Aline B. 1959-60


    Correspondence - Charles Scribner's Sons 1942


    Correspondence - Serven, James E. 1958


    Correspondence - Sheffield Farms Co., Inc. 1942


    Correspondence - Siedle, Edward V. 1942-44


    Correspondence - Smithsonian Institution 1958


    Correspondence - P. Stammer & Son 1942


    Correspondence - Standard Oil Company of California 1942


    Correspondence - G.E. Stechert & Co. 1942


    Correspondence - F.W. Stillman Co. 1942-47


    -See also Oversized
    -See also Ser.II, Stillman Co.



    Correspondence - Stokes, Anson Phelps 1945


    -See also Ser.I, Stokes, Anson



    Correspondence - Superintendent [of 320 E.72nd St. apartment building] 1942


    Correspondence - Thousand Island Bridge Authority 1943


    Correspondence - Torrey, J. Howard 1942-52


    Correspondence - Towne Securities Corp. 1942-46


    Correspondence - Travelers Insurance Co. 1942


    Correspondence - Tybor Stores, Inc. 1947


    Correspondence - University of California Press 1953


    -See also Ser.I, University of California Press



    Correspondence - University of Chicago 1943


    -See also Ser.I, University of Chicago



    Correspondence - University of Chicago Press 1944-49


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Parsons, Closson & McIlvaine



    Correspondence - University of Oregon. Library 1967


    Correspondence - Veterans Administration 1942


    Correspondence - Viking Press Inc. 1941-49


    -See also Ser.I, Viking Press Inc.



    Correspondence - Wallis, Wilson D. 1939-43


    -See also Ser.I, Wallis, Wilson



    Correspondence - White, Leslie A. 1936; 1942


    Linton, Ralph



    Spiers, Leslie



    -See also Ser.I, White, Leslie A.



    Correspondence - Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts 1942-47


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Prince & Ripley, Inc.



    Correspondence - Wittfogel, Esther Goldfrank



    -See Ser.X, Corr. - Goldfrank, Esther S.



    Correspondence - Zimmerman, Thomas L., Jr. 1946


    Death Certificate [of ECP] 1946


    photostat. copies



    Distribution of estate 1942-50


    Distribution - original receipts for shares 1945-50


    Distribution, [Final] 1952


    Estate Activity - Summaries 1942-45


    Estate Tax Return - Federal 1942-44


    Estate Tax Return - New York State 1943-44


    Malabar V [yacht] - Sale 1943-53


    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Conway, J.A.
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Wm. Edgar John & Co.
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - Parsons, McIlvaine
    -See also Ser.X, Corr. - F.W. Stillman Co.



    Miscellaneous n.d.


    Probate - Maine 1942-43


    Probate - Massachusetts 1942


    Publications 1939-44


    Taxes 1941-44


    Henry Clews & Co.



    -See also Ser.X, Estate Tax Ret.



    Vinal Haven, Maine - Deed of Property 1927


    Will [of ECP] 1938; 1942


    Series III to X. Oversized 1889-1947 1 box

    Series III, Lectures and Manuscripts



    -Mss. - A Romantic in Bengal and in New York 1925


    -Mss. - Alexander Stephen's Hopi Journal [ca.1936]


    Series IV, Research Notes and Notebooks



    -Hindu - Notes [1923]


    -[Indians of North America] n.d.


    map



    -[Laguna, Border of church in?] n.d.


    -Mexico - Notes 1929-30; 1932


    -Nova Scotia - Notebook #1 1923


    -Nova Scotia - Notes 1923


    -Pueblo Indian Culture, Distribution n.d.


    chart



    -[Pueblo Indians, Ceremonial Organization and Ceremonies] n.d.


    charts



    -Pueblo Indians, Distribution of Rites n.d.


    chart



    -Zuni - Notebook 1923


    Series V, Herbert Parsons Papers



    -Parsons, Herbert. Trip to Yosemite 1910


    Series VII, Ephemera



    -Calendar 1924


    -Concert Programs 1889-90; 1919


    -[Italian Art] n.d.


    Series VIII, Photographs and Scrapbooks



    -Luhan, Mabel Dodge - House n.d.


    -Parsons, Elsie Clews [ca.1885?]


    5 mounted prints



    -Parsons, Elsie Clews 1902


    2 mounted prints



    -Parsons, Elsie (Lissa) and Elsie Clews Parsons 1902


    1 mounted print



    -Unidentified n.d.


    5 mounted prints



    Series IX, Financial Papers



    -Pajarito Ranch, N.M. 1921-23


    map



    Series X, Estate of Elsie Clews Parsons



    -Accounts - Henry Clews & Co. - Broker's Statements 1941-47


    -Corr. - F.W. Stillman Co. 1942-47


    Misc. Formats, Oversized 1887-1928 1 box

    Series I, Professional Correspondence



    -Southwest Society - Membership Card file 1919-22


    Series IV, Research Notes and Notebooks



    -Spain - Notebook 1928


    Series VII, Ephemera



    -Portfolio n.d.


    Series VIII, Photographs and Scrapbooks



    -[Scrapbook] [1887-99?]