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   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I: Apache Indian Tribe [series]:
 
Subseries A: Research Items [subseries]:
  7  
Aa-Aberk Journal Articles
  7  
Aberl Journal Articles
  7  
Aberm-Abz Journal Articles
  7  
Ac-Af Journal Articles
  8  
Ag-Al Journal Articles , 1901-1967
  8  
Am-And Journal Articles, 1867-1953
  8  
Ane-Aq Journal Articles, 1800-1987
  8  
Ar-As-Journal Articles, 1921-1967
  8  
As-Az-Journal Articles, 1924-1956
  7  
Abstracts
  8  
Baa-Bai Journal Articles, 1838-1984
  8  
Baj-Bal Journal Articles, 1835-1982
  8  
Bal-Ban Journal Articles, 1875-1963
  8  
History of Arizona and New Mexico 1530-1888 by Hubert How Bancroft, 1889
  8  
A.F. Bandelier Journal Articles, 1890-1892
  8  
A.F. Bandelier Journal Articles, 1892-1937
  8  
Bane-Banz Journal Articles, 1933-1971
  8  
Bao-Bark Journal Articles, 1902-1946
  8  
Barn Journal Articles, 1931-1941
  8  
Barr-Bars Journal Articles, 1857-1931
  8  
Bart Journal Articles, 1856-1951
  8  
Bas-Baz Journal Articles, 1893-1987
  8  
Bea-Beb Journal Articles, 1858-1953
  8  
Bec-Benc Journal Articles, 1869-1973
  9  
A.B. Bender Journal Articles (#1), 1933-1934
  9  
A.B. Bender Journal Articles (#2), 1941-1953
  9  
Bene-Bez Journal-Articles, 1909-1965
  9  
Bia-Bif Journal Articles, 1928-1940
  9  
Big-Biz Journal Articles, 1851-1968
  9  
Bittle, W.E. "The Position of Kiowa-Apache in the Apachean Group", 1956
  9  
Bla-Bly Journal Articles, 1871-1962
  9  
Blazer Family Papers from the University of Arizona (Box 1), 1857-1966
  9  
Blazer Family Papers from the University of Arizona (Box 3), 1857-1966
  9  
Blazer Family Papers from the University of Arizona (Box 4), 1857-1966
  9  
Blazer Family Papers from the University of Arizona (Box 4), 1857-1966
  9  
Blazer's Mill Business Records from the University of New Mexico, 1871-1896
  9  
Bloom, L.B. "Bourke on the Southwest", 1933-1938
  9  
Boa-Bols Journal Articles, 1850-1963
  9  
H.E. Bolton articles (#1), 1902-1914
  9  
H.E. Bolton articles (#2), 1915-1917
  9  
H.E. Bolton articles (#3), 1920-1952
  9  
Bolu-Bot Journal Articles, 1818-1964
  9  
John G. Bourke articles (#1), 1890-1891
  9  
John G. Bourke articles (#2), 1892
  10  
Bov-Boz Journal Articles, 1954-1974
  10  
Bra-Bri Journal Articles, 1857-1973
  10  
Bro-Bry Journal Articles, 1894-1970
  10  
Bu-By Journal Articles, 1900-1973
  10  
Caa-Caq Journal Articles, 1915-1968
  10  
Cara-Carri Journal Articles, 1854-1974
  10  
Carro Journal Articles, 1938-1971
  10  
Carru-Cars Journal Articles, 1964
  10  
Cart-Carz Journal Articles, 1900-1968
  10  
Cas-Caz Journal Articles, 1935-1968
  10  
Castaneda, C.E. Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, 1519-1936, 1936
  10  
Ce-Cham Journal Articles, 1931-1949
  10  
Chan-Chaq Journal Articles, 1916-1956
  10  
Char-Ci Journal Articles, 1854-1981
  10  
Cla-Clo Journal Articles, 1852-1973
  10  
Clum, John P. Journal Articles (#1), 1928-1929
  10  
Clum, John P. Journal Articles (#2), 1929-1930
  11  
Clum, John P. Journal Articles (#3), 1930-1936
  11  
Clum, John P.- Papers at the University of Arizona, 1868-1932
  11  
Coa-Coll Journal Articles, 1925-1974
  11  
Colm-Colz Journal Articles, 1920
  11  
Com-Con Journal Articles, 1902-1966
  11  
Coo-Coq Journal Articles, 1854-1957
  11  
Cora-Corm Journal Articles, 1924-1968
  11  
Corn-Coz Journal Articles, 1799-1967
  11  
Cortes, J. Articles
  11  
Cra-Cre Journal Articles, 1863-1968
  11  
Cri Journal Articles, 1928-1958
  11  
Cro-Cry Journal Articles, 1886-1971
  11  
Cu-Cy Journal Articles, 1887-1975
  11  
Curtis, Edward Journal Articles, 1907
  11  
Curtis, Edward, The North American Indian, 1928
  11  
Daa-Dav Journal Articles, 1908-1972
  11  
Daw-Daz Journal Articles, 1962-1968
  11  
Dea-Deq Journal Articles, 1905-1951
  11  
Der-Dez Journal Articles, 1870-1933
  12  
de Benavides, Fray Alonso Journal Articles, 1945
  12  
Di Journal Articles, 1934-1978
  12  
Doa-Dol Journal Articles, 1929-1964
  12  
Dom-Doz Journal Articles, 1858-1973
  12  
Dr Journal Articles, 1841-1969
  117  
Drawing by Don Kramer and Jicarilla Calendar
  12  
Dua-Dum Journal Articles, 1922-1965
  12  
Dun Journal Articles, 1930-1955
  12  
Dunn, W.E. Journal Articles, 1911-1914
  12  
Duo-Dy Journal Articles, 1936-1963
  12  
Ea-Ek Journal Articles, 1847-1960
  12  
El Journal Articles, 1882-1975
  12  
El Journal Articles, 1882-1975
  12  
Em-Et Journal Articles, 1844-1972
  12  
Em-Et Journal Articles, 1844-1972
  12  
Eu-Ez Journal Articles, 1838-1972
  7  
Early Apachean Bibliography
  7  
Early Apachean Miscellaneous
  12  
Faa-Fat Journal Articles, 1930-1982
  12  
Faa-Fat Journal Articles, 1930-1982
  12  
Fall, Albert B. Papers at Huntington Library, 1861-1944 (I)
  12  
Fall, Albert B. Papers at Huntington Library, 1861-1944 (II)
  13  
Fall, Albert B. Papers at the University of New Mexico, 1916-1927
  13  
Farish, Thomas E. the "History of Arizona Vol. I and II", 1915-1918
  13  
Farish, Thomas E. the "History of Arizona Vol. III", 1916
  13  
Farish, Thomas E. the "History of Arizona Vol. IV and V"
  13  
Farish, Thomas E. the "History of Arizona Vol. VI and VIII", 1918
  13  
Farish, Thomas E. the "History of Arizona Vol. VIII", 1918
  13  
Fau-Faz Journal Articles, 1935-1974
  13  
Fe Journal Articles, 1898-1977
  13  
Fi-Fl Journal Articles, 1858-1964
  13  
Foa-Forb Journal Articles, 1933-1964
  13  
Foa-Forb Journal Articles, 1933-1964
  13  
Forc-Foz Journal Articles, 1855-1970
  13  
Fra-Fre Journal Articles, 1885-1971
  13  
Fri-Fry Journal Articles, 1850-1971
  13  
Fu-Fy Journal Articles, 1968
  13  
Gaa-Gar Journal Articles, 1854-1977
  13  
Gaa-Gar Journal Articles, 1854-1977
  13  
Gas-Gatr Journal Articles, 1894-1967
  13  
Gatewood, C.B. Papers (1850-1950) from the Arizona Pioneer's Historical Society, 1850 (I)
  14  
Gatewood, C.B. Papers (1850-1950) from the Arizona Pioneer's Historical Society, 1850 (II)
  14  
Gatewood, C.B. Papers (1850-1950) from the Arizona Pioneer's Historical Society, 1850 (III)
  14  
Gatschet, Albert S. (#1), 1879-1883
  14  
Gatschet, Albert (#2), 1884-1891
  14  
Gatt-Gh Journal Articles, 1931-1968
  14  
Gi-Gl Journal Articles, 1925-1979
  14  
Goa-Gol Journal Articles, 1907-1969
  14  
Gom-Goz Journal Articles, 1933-1970
  14  
Gra-Gref Journal Articles, 1852-1972
  14  
Greg-Grei Journal Articles, 1852-1968
  14  
Grej-Gry Journal Articles, 1920-1961
  14  
Gua-Gum Journal Articles, 1920-1968
  14  
Gun-Guy Journal Articles, 1873-1972
  14  
Haa-Hah Journal Articles, 1912-1968
  14  
Hackett, C.W. "Pichardo's Treatis on the Limits of Louisiana and Texas, 1931-1946
  14  
Hai Journal Articles (#1), 1917-1943
  14  
Hai Journal Articles (#2), 1938-1954
  14  
Haile, Berard Papers from the University of Arizona, Box 2, 1907-1934
  15  
Haile, Berard Papers from the University of Arizona, Box 3, 1935-1960
  15  
Haile, Berard Papers from the University of Arizona, Box 5 (I)
  15  
Haile, Berard Papers from the University of Arizona, Box 5 (II)
  15  
Haile, Berard Papers from the University of Arizona, Box 9 (III)
  15  
Haj-Hal Journal Articles, 1944-1968
  15  
Hama-Haml Journal Articles, 1884-1957
  15  
Hamm Journal Articles, 1927-1965
  15  
Hammond, George P. Journal Articles, 1935-1966
  7  
Handwritten Notes for General Apachean Article
  15  
Han-Harq Journal Articles, 1940-1970
  15  
Harr-Harz Journal Articles, 1849-1964
  15  
Harrington, J.P. manuscripts in the Anthropological Archives in Washington, D.C., 1935-1939
  15  
Harrington Correspondence (#1), n.d.-1935
  15  
Harrington Correspondence (#2), 1936-1937
  15  
Harrington Correspondence (#3), 1938-1940
  15  
Harrington Correspondence (#4), 1941-1944
  15  
Harrington Correspondence (#5), 1945-1954
  15  
Has-Haz Journal Articles, 1927-1974
  16  
Hea-Her Journal Articles, 1903-1980
  16  
Hes-Hex Journal Articles, 1922-1963
  16  
Hia-Hilk Journal Articles, 1919-1938
  16  
Hill Journal Articles, 1936-1939
  16  
Hill Journal Articles, 1940-1944
  16  
Hilm-Hoc Journal Articles, 1939-1960
  16  
Hod Journal Articles, 1895-1962
  16  
Hoe-Hoh Journal Articles, 1891-1940
  16  
Hoijer, Harry Journal Articles (#1), 1931-1946
  16  
Hoijer, Harry Journal Articles (#2), 1948-1975
  16  
Hoj-Hom Journal Articles, 1929-1970
  16  
Hon-Hoq Journal Articles, 1931-1968
  16  
Hor-Hot Journal Articles, 1889-1970
  16  
Hou-Hoz Journal Articles, 1844-1972
  16  
Hr Journal Articles, 1900-1909
  16  
Hua-Hur Journal Articles, 1862-1964
  16  
Hus-Huz Journal Articles, 1942-1966
  16  
Hy Journal Articles, 1952-1967
  16  
I Journal Articles, 1880-1972
  17  
Ingstad, H.M. Journal Articles, 1939-1983
  17  
Ja Journal Articles, 1877-1972
  17  
Jea-Jehm Journal Articles, 1930-1967
  17  
Jeffords, T.J. Papers, 1832-1914
  17  
Jenn-Jez Journal Articles, 1933-1978
  17  
Jicarilla Oral History, 1970
  17  
Ji-Joh Journal Articles, 1935-1987
  17  
Joi-Jon Journal Articles, 1890-1970
  17  
Joo-Jy Journal Articles, 1935-1969
  17  
Ka Journal Articles, 1904-1974
  17  
Kea-Kelk Journal Articles, 1885-1964
  17  
Kell Journal Articles, 1928-1980
  17  
Kem-Kez Journal Articles, 1851-1978
  17  
Ki Journal Article, 1919-1967
  17  
Kluckhorn, Clyde Journal Articles (#1), 1923-1946
  17  
Kluckhorn, Clyde Journal Articles (#2), 1947-1966
  17  
Kn-Ko Journal Articles, 1875-1974
  17  
Kr Journal Articles, 1928-1976
  17  
Ku-Ky Journal Articles, 1939-1974
  18  
Laa-Lal Journal Articles, 1891-1958
  18  
Lam-Lanf Journal Articles, 1910-1971
  18  
Lang-Laz Journal Articles, 1886-1953
  18  
Lea-Leh Journal Articles, 1927-1967
  18  
Lei-Lez Journal Articles, 1897-1971
  18  
Li Journal Articles, 1909-1971
  18  
Loa-Lon Journal Articles, 1930-1970
  18  
Loo-Loz Journal Articles, 1854-1965
  18  
Lua-Luml Journal Articles, 1964-1973
  18  
Lumm Journal Articles, 1886-1928
  18  
Lumn-Ly Journal Articles, 1957-1975
  18  
Maa-Mak Journal Articles, 1875-1974
  18  
Mal-Maq Journal Articles, 1880-1963
  117  
Maps: Apache (Jicarilla, Chiricahua, General, Western)
  117  
Maps: Apache (Lipan, Mescalero)
  18  
Mar Journal Articles, 1866-1965
  18  
Margry, Pierre Journal Articles, 1614-1875
  18  
Mas-Mats Journal Articles, 1885-1957
  18  
Matthews, Washington Journal Articles, 1883-1888
  18  
Matt Journal Articles, 1889-1907
  18  
Matu-Maz Journal Articles, 1894-1968
  19  
Mazzanovich, A. Papers, 1886
  19  
McA-McCi Journal Articles, 1868-1965
  19  
McL-McD Journal Articles, 1907-1970
  19  
McL-McD Journal Articles, 1907-1970
  19  
McE-McZ Journal Articles, 1918-1962
  19  
Mea-Meq Journal Articles, 1926-1968
  19  
Mer-Mez Journal Articles, 1875-1972
  19  
Mia-Milk Journal Articles, 1897-1911
  19  
Mill-Miz Journal Articles, 1896-1984
  19  
Moa-Moom Journal Articles, 1899-1969
  19  
Montezuma, Carlos Papers from the University of Arizona, 1899-1922
  19  
Moon-Mooq Journal Articles, 1872-1898
  19  
Moor-Mooz Journal Articles, 1914-1977
  19  
Mop-Moz Journal Articles, 1822-1970
  19  
Mua-Mum Journal Articles, 1922-1965
  19  
Mun-Murq Journal Articles, 1937-1973
  19  
Murr-Muz Journal Articles, 1951-1983
  19  
Mya-Myz Journal Articles, 1960-1971
  19  
Naa-Neh Journal Articles, 1952-1980
  20  
Nei-Nel Journal Articles, 1936-1973
  20  
Neighbours, K.F. (Thesis), 1955
  20  
Nem-Nez Journal Articles, 1938-1971
  20  
Ni Journal Articles, 1890-1934
  20  
No-Ny Journal Articles, 1937-1971
  20  
Oa-Om Journal Articles, 189-1966
  20  
On-Oz Journal Articles, 1864-1980
  20  
Paa-Paq Journal Articles, 1865-1965
  20  
Palmer, Edward manuscripts from the University of Arizona, 1865-1889
  20  
Para-Parr Journal Articles, 1855-1967
  20  
Pars-Paz Journal Articles, 1905-1980
  20  
Pea-Perr Journal Articles, 1919-1978
  20  
Pers-Ph Journal Articles, 1878-1967
  7  
Photo Information
  20  
Pi Journal Articles, 1786-1980
  117  
Plant Names and Identification: Mescalero-Chiricahua and Jicarilla
  20  
Po Journal Articles, 1888-1966
  20  
Poston, Charles "History of the Apaches", 1886
  20  
Pr-Py Journal Articles, 1883-1975
  21  
Q Journal Articles, 1854-1966
  21  
Raa-Rax Journal Articles, 1904-1992
  21  
"Ramona Days", 1887
  21  
Ray-Raz Journal Articles, 1845-1966
  21  
Rea-Red Journal Articles, 1901-1960
  21  
Reagan, Albert B. "The White Mountain Apache Indians. . .", 1901 (I)
  21  
Reagan, Albert B. "The White Mountain Apache Indians. . .", 1901 (II)
  21  
Reagan, Albert B. "The White Mountain Apache Indians. . .", 1901 (III)
  21  
Ree Journal Articles (#1), 1941-1954
  21  
Ree Journal Articles (#2), 1937-1938
  21  
Ree Journal Articles (#3), 1933-1949
  21  
Ree Journal Articles (#4), 1950-1964
  21  
Ref-Rib Journal Articles, 1858-1974
  21  
Ric Journal Articles (#1), 1869-1963
  21  
Ric Journal Articles (#2), 1934
  21  
Ric Journal Articles (#3), 1942-1971
  21  
Rid-Rif Journal Articles, 1919-1984
  21  
Ris-Riz Journal Articles, 1878-1946
  21  
Roa-Rol Journal Articles, 1912-1955
  21  
Rom-Roz Journal Articles, 1864-1978
  22  
Russell, Frank-Jicarilla Apache vocabulary, 1898
  22  
Ru-Ry Journal Articles, 1886-1980
  22  
Saa-Sab Journal Articles, 1935
  22  
Sac-Saq Journal Articles, 1915-1968
  22  
Sar-Sce Journal Articles, 1934-1982
  22  
Scha-Sche Journal Articles, 1945-1972
  22  
Schm-Schn Journal Articles, 1927-1966
  22  
Schoa-Schon Journal Articles, 1930-1984
  22  
Schoo-Schoz Journal Articles, 1851-1853
  22  
Schur-Schy Journal Articles, 1873-1972
  22  
Sci-Scy Journal Articles, 1928-1962
  22  
Se-Shek Journal Articles, 1855-1985
  22  
Shel-Shy Journal Articles, 1887-1964
  22  
Si-Sj Journal Articles, 1849-1975
  22  
Sk-Sme Journal Articles, 1872-1968
  22  
Smi Journal Articles (#1), 1928-1970
  23  
Smi Journal Articles (#2), 1900-1972
  23  
Smo-Son Journal Articles, 1939-1968
  23  
Soo-Soz Journal Articles, 1904-1964
  23  
Sp-Sq Journal Articles, 1921-1971
  23  
Staa-Stank Journal Articles, 1949-1961
  23  
Stanl Journal Articles (#1), 1952-1961
  23  
Stanl Journal Articles (#2), 1963-1969
  23  
Stanl Journal Articles (#3), 1962
  23  
Stanm-Stec Journal Articles, 1889-1972
  23  
Steck Papers from the University of New Mexico, 1853-1855
  23  
Steck Papers (#1), 1841
  23  
Steck Papers (#2), 1855
  23  
Steck Papers (#3), 1856
  23  
Steck Papers (#4), 1857-1858
  23  
Steck Papers (#5), 1858-1859
  23  
Steck Papers (#6), 1859-1961
  23  
Steck Papers (#7), 1862-1863
  23  
Steck Papers (#8), 1864
  23  
Steck Papers (#9), 1865
  23  
Steck Papers (#10), 1866
  23  
Sted-Stev Journal Articles, 1879-1939
  24  
Stew-Sto Journal Articles, 1897-1994
  24  
Str-Sty Journal Articles, 1924-1963
  24  
Su-Sy Journal Articles, 1916-1983
  24  
Ta Journal Articles, 1862-1982 (I)
  24  
Ta Journal Articles, 1862-1982 (II)
  24  
Te Journal Articles, 1847-1962
  24  
Tha-Thol Journal Articles, 1931-1970
  24  
Thom Journal Articles (#1), 1928-1933
  24  
Thom Journal Articles (#2), 1940
  24  
Thom Journal Articles (#3), 1899-1972
  24  
Thon-Thy Journal Articles, 1879-1978
  24  
Ti-To Journal Articles, 1908-1941
  24  
Tr-Tu Journal Articles, 1907-1975 (I)
  24  
Tr-Tu Journal Articles, 1907-1975 (II)
  24  
Trennert, R.A., "The Far Western Indian Frontier..." Thesis, 1969
  24  
Twitchell, R.E., "The Leading Facts of New Mexican History," Parts I and II, 1911
  24  
Twitchell, R.E., "The Leading Facts of New Mexican History," Part III, 1917
  24  
Twitchell, R.E., "The Leading Facts of New Mexican History," Parts IV and V, 1917
  24  
Tw Journal Articles, 1909-1968
  24  
Ty Journal Articles, 1958-1968
  24  
Tyler, Barbara A. "Apache Warfare under the Leadership of Cochise", 1965
  24  
Ua-Uz Journal Articles, 1947-1973 (I)
  25  
Ua-Uz Journal Articles, 1947-1973 (II)
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Miscellaneous and Annual Reports, 1869-1874
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports , 1892-1949
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#1), 1850-1854
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#2), 1855-1858
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#3), 1859
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#4), 1860-1864
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#5), 1865-1867
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#6), 1868-1869
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#7), 1870-1871
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#8), 1872-1874
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#9), 1875-1879
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#10), 1880-1884
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports(#11), 1885-1889
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#12), 1890-1891
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#13), 1892-1894
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#14), 1895-1899
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#15), 1900-1904
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#16), 1875-1889
  25  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#17), 1890-1919
  26  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#18), 1919-1932
  26  
U.S. Government Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1968-1970
  26  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#19), 1905-1909
  26  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#20), 1910-1914
  26  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#21), 1915-1919
  26  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#22), 1920-1929
  26  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#23), 1930-1939
  26  
U.S. Government Board of Indian Commissioners Annual Reports (#24), 1940-1954
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-House of Representatives Committee on Indian Affairs, 1923-1939
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-House of Representatives Committee on Public Lands, 1950
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-House of Representatives Documents (29th-34th Congress), 1847-1854
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-House of Representatives (35th-38th Congress), 1857-1860
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-House of Representatives (39th-43rd Congress), 1866-1875
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-House of Representatives (44th-48th Congress), 1876-1881
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-House of Representatives (49th Congress), 1887
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-House of Representatives Reports, 1914
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-Joint Special Committee ("Condition of Indian Tribes"), 1867
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, 1931-1939
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-Senate Documents (32nd-50th Congress), 1851-1887
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-Senate Documents (51st-72nd Congress), 1890-1932
  26  
U.S. Government Congress-Senate Reports, 1895
  26  
U.S. Government Court of Claims, 1897
  26  
U.S. Government Executive Orders, 1909
  26  
U.S. Government Federal Writers' Project, 1937-1939
  26  
U.S. Government General Land Office, 1865-1890
  26  
U.S. Government Indian Claims Commission, 1974
  26  
U.S. Government-Department of Interior, 1894-1898
  26  
U.S. Government National Archives, 1885-1890
  26  
U.S. Government National Park Service, 1963-1976
  27  
U.S. Government-U.S. Army, 1870-1878
  27  
U.S. Government War Department, 1857-1933
  27  
U.S. Government Secretary of War, 1850-1886
  27  
Vaa-Vam Journal Articles, 1850-1971
  27  
Van-Vaz Journal Articles, 1866-1945
  27  
Van Valkenburgh, Richard F. Papers, 1890
  27  
Ve Journal Articles, 1861-1948
  27  
Vi Journal Articles, 1955-1970
  27  
Vo-Vy Journal Articles, 1933-1970
  27  
Waa-Walk Journal Articles, 1937-1975
  27  
Wall Journal Articles (#1), 1951-1965
  27  
Wall Journal Articles (#2), 1943-1958
  27  
Walm-Wea Journal Articles, 1858-1976
  27  
Web Journal Articles (#1), 1922-1952
  27  
Web Journal Articles (#2), 1913-1971
  27  
Wec-Wedd Journal Articles, 1964-1968
  27  
Wede Journal Articles, 1940-1972
  27  
Wede Journal Articles, 1950-1976
  27  
Wedf-Well Journal Articles, 1927-1954
  27  
Wellman, Paul, "The Indian of the West", 1947
  27  
Welm-Wem Journal Articles, 1887-1979
  28  
Wen-Wez Journal Articles, 1905-1955
  28  
Wha-Whe Journal Articles, 1902-1969
  28  
Whia-Whis Journal Articles, 1856-1965
  28  
Whit-Why Journal Articles, 1873-1971
  28  
Wia-Wilk Journal Articles, 1938-1974
  28  
Will-Wilr Journal Articles, 1899-1956
  28  
Wils-Wim Journal Articles, 1896-1979
  28  
Win-Wiz Journal Articles, 1896-1973
  28  
Winfrey and Day "The Indian Papers of Texas and the Southwest," Vol. I and II, 1966
  28  
Winfrey and Day "The Indian Papers of Texas and the Southwest," Vol. III, 1966
  28  
Winfrey and Day "The Indian Papers of Texas and the Southwest," Vol. IV and V, 1966
  28  
Woa-Wook Journal Articles, 1906-1962
  28  
Wool-Worl Journal Articles, 1898-1975
  28  
Worm-Wre Journal Articles, 1955-1971
  28  
Wri-Wyl Journal Articles, 1908-1961
  28  
Wym Journal Articles (#1), 1936-1943
  28  
Wym Journal Articles (#2), 1944-1959
  28  
Wm Journal Articles, 1932-1972
  28  
Wyn-X Journal Articles, 1963
  28  
Ya-Yot Journal Articles, 1856-1951
  28  
You-Yu Journal Articles, 1944-1961
  28  
Z Journal Articles, 1944-1959
  28  
Aa-Ag Reprint Journal Articles
  28  
Ah-Ak Reprint Journal Articles
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Al Reprint Journal Articles
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  7  
Miscellaneous
 
Articles and Materials from Specific Places of Research
  7  
Arizona: Arizona Historical Society (Tuscon, Ariz.)
  7  
Arizona: Museum of Northern Arizona and No. Arizona University (Flagstaff, Ariz.)
  7  
Arizona: University of Arizona (Tucson, Ariz.)
  7  
California: Huntington Library and Art Gallery (San Marino, Calif.)
  7  
California: Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
  7  
California: University of California (Berkeley, Calif.)
  7  
California: University of Southern Calif. (Los Angeles, Calif.)
  7  
New Mexico: Alamorgordo
  7  
New Mexico: Laboratory of Anthropology (Santa Fe, N.M.)
  7  
New Mexico: Museum of Navajo Ceremonial (Santa Fe, N.M.)
  7  
New Mexico: Museum of New Mexico (Santa Fe, N.M.)
  7  
New Mexico: University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, N.M.)
  7  
Oklahoma: Fort Sill Museum (U.S. Army Artillery and Missile Center Museum, Fort Sill, OK)
  7  
Oklahoma: Oklahoma Historical Society
  7  
Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma (Norman, OK)
  7  
Oklahoma: Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art (Tulsa, OK)
  7  
Oklahoma: Philbrook Art Center (Tulsa, OK)
  7  
Pennsylvania: American Philosophical Society (Philadelphia, PA)
  7  
Texas: Baylor University (Waco, TX)
  7  
Texas: Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX)
  7  
Texas: Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX)
  7  
Texas: Texas State Archives (Austin, TX)
  7  
Texas: Texas Tech University (Lubbock, TX)
  7  
Texas: University of Texas (Austin, TX)
  7  
Texas: West Texas State University (Canyon, TX)
  7  
Utah: University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT)
  7  
Washington, DC: Anthropological Archives (Smithsonian)
  7  
Washington, DC: U.S. National Archives
 
Subseries B: Chiricahua [subseries]:
  35  
Manuscript notes for Chiricahua-alien people
  35  
Photographs of Apache dress
  35  
Chiricahua Bands-history and location, 1936
  35  
Chiricahua Biography
  35  
Chiricahua Bands
  35  
Chiricahua Biography
  35  
Chiricahua Biography (Charlie Smith)
  35  
Chiricahua Biography (Charlie Smith)
  35  
Chiricahua Biography (Charlie Smith)
  35  
Chiricahua Biography (Charlie Smith)
  35  
Chiricahua Biography (Charlie Smith)
  35  
Chiricahua Biography (Charlie Smith)
  35  
Chiricahua Biography (Charlie Smith)
  35  
Chiricahua Relationships
  51  
Chiricahua and Mescalero Vocabulary (A-Z) (English-Apache)
  51  
Chiricahua Vocabulary I (by subject categories) (English-Chiricahua)
  51  
Chiricahua Vocabulary II (by subject categories) (English-Chiricahua)
  35  
Dan Nicholas' Autobiography-typescript
  36  
Dan Nicholas' Autobiography
  36  
Sam Kenoi's Autobiography Part I
  36  
Sam Kenoi's Autobiography Part I
  36  
Sam Kenoi's Autobiography Part II
  36  
Sam Kenoi's Autobiography Part II
  36  
Sam Kenoi's Autobiography Part III
  36  
Sam Kenoi's Autobiography Part III
  36  
Sam Kenoi Materials
  36  
Sam Kenoi Materials, 1932
  36  
Sam Kenoi Materials
  36  
Ruth Boyer's Autobiography of a Chiricahua Woman, 1974
  36  
Settlement pattern, camp craft, communication
  36  
Customs and etiquette
  36  
Dancing, games, recreation
  36  
Death, ghost, owl
  36  
Dress and ornamentation
  36  
Economic life (divions of labor, property, inheritance, hunting)
  36  
Goodwin (Greenville) Diary of Search for Sierra Madre Appache
  36  
Goodwin (Neil) Diary of Journey to New Mexico
  36  
Health, medicine, sickness
  36  
Historical Material-Fort Sill
  36  
Historical Material-Fort Sill
  36  
Historical Material-Prisoners of War and Fort Sill
  36  
Fort Sill Records
  36  
Historical material related to removal and imprisonment
  36  
Data on alleged Chiricahua in Mexico
  36  
Houser, Allan (Apache Sculptor 1914-1994)
  37  
Television Project, 1982-1983
  37  
70th Centennial, 1983-1986
  37  
100th Anniversary of Removal from the West, 1986
  37  
Life Cycle
  37  
Miscellaneous
  37  
Myths and Tales
  37  
Myths and Tales (other field workers)
  37  
Negative Items
  37  
Miscellaneous Photographs
  37  
Photographs of Artifacts
  37  
Photographs of People
  37  
Photographs of artifacts
  37  
Photographs taken by John Green
  37  
Photographs taken by Morris Opler, Harry Hoijer or Thomas Miles
  37  
Photographs taken from the Heye Museum
  37  
Correspondence from the Heye Museum, 1940
  37  
Correspondence related to photographs, 1939-1947
  37  
Photographs
  37  
M.E.O. Rose Photographs
  37  
Oklahoma University Western History Collection
  37  
"The Apache Resistance"-A Goodwin Film
  37  
"The Apache Resistance"
  37  
Plants and Foods
  37  
Religion, 1983
  37  
Religion-Dreams and muscular tremors
  37  
Religon (Gahe)
  37  
Girl's puberty ceremony and spring haircutting
  37  
Religion
  37  
Paints, rocks, minerals, shells
  37  
Social Organizations-courtship, marriage, divorce
  37  
Social Organizations-Blood relatives and affinal relatives
  37  
Social Organizations-leadership, chieftainship, status
  37  
Songs
  37  
Time, calendar, seasons, heavenly bodies
  37  
War
  37  
American Indian Institute University of Oklahoma-Indian Oral History Material
  37  
Correspondence and Oral History Manuscript: "Sam Hauzous, Fort Sill Apache"
  37  
Lekson, Stephen's materials
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Chiricahua Apache Film
  48  
Chiricahua Apache Pilgrimage film
 
Subseries C: Mescalero [subseries]:
  37  
Acculturation
  37  
Alien People
  38  
Antelope, badger, bat
  38  
Bear
  38  
Beaver, buffalo
  38  
Cattle, chameleon, chipmunk
  38  
Coyote
  38  
Deer
  38  
Dog
  38  
Elk, fish, fox, frog
  38  
Gila monster, gopher, ground squirrel
  38  
Horse, burro, mule
  38  
Lizard, lynx
  38  
Mink, mountain goat, mountain lion, mountain sheep
  38  
Mouse, muskrat, otter
  38  
Peccary, porcupine, prairie dog
  38  
Rabbit, raccoon, rat
  38  
Skunk, snake, squirrel
  38  
Toad, turtle
  38  
Weasel, wildcat, wolf
  38  
Bands and Place Names
  38  
Biography
  38  
Blackbirds, bluebirds, buntings
  38  
Birds (creeper-duck)
  38  
Birds (bird-tit-cowbird)
  38  
Birds (eagle-goose)
  38  
Birds (Grackle-Hummingbirds)
  38  
Birds (Jays-Lark)
  38  
Birds (magpie-osprey)
  38  
Birds (owl)
  38  
Birds (parakeet-whippoorwill)
  38  
Birds (prairie chicken-snipe)
  38  
Birds (sparrows-turkey)
  38  
Birds (verdin-yellow throat)
  38  
Childhood and child training
  38  
Crime
  38  
Customs and Etiquette
  38  
Dances
  38  
Death
  38  
Designs, Photographs
  38  
Dreams
  38  
Dress and decorations
  38  
Economic life
  38  
Economic Life (artifacts)
  38  
Folk Beliefs
  38  
Food Preparation and Taboos
  38  
Games
  38  
History
  38  
History
  38  
Hunting
  38  
Insects
  38  
Medicine, disease, insanity
  38  
Miscellaneous
  38  
Instruments
  39  
Power Stories I
  39  
Power Stories II
  39  
Power Stories III
  39  
Power Stories Notes
  39  
Miscellaneous Power Stories Cards
  39  
Myths and Tales pages 252-419
  39  
Myths and Tales pages 420-642
  39  
Myths and Tales pages 643-803
  39  
Footnotes I
  39  
Footnotes II
  39  
Footnotes III
  39  
Footnotes IV, V and VI
  39  
Miscellaneous Myths and Tales
  39  
Regina Flannery-Coyote
  39  
Regina Flannery-Other than coyote
  39  
Names
  39  
U. of Arizona special collection photographs taken from the Blazer collection-mostly Mescalero, one or two of Jicarilla when stationed at Mescalero
  39  
John Gillin Photographs
  39  
Mescalero photographs
  39  
Mescalero photographs
  39  
Mescalero photographs and miscellaneous documentation
  39  
Mescalero photographs and documentation
  39  
Plants
  39  
Plants
  39  
Plants
  39  
Mescalero and Chiricahua plants
  39  
Mescalero and Chiricahua plants
  39  
Plants
  39  
Plants (1-40)
  39  
Plants (41-80)
  39  
Plants (81-120)
  39  
Plants (121-160)
  39  
Plants (161-200)
  39  
Plants (201-240)
  39  
Plants (241-280)
  39  
Plants (281-320)
  39  
Plants (321-360)
  39  
Plants (361-371)
  39  
Religion (crisis ceremonies
  40  
Religion (Gahe)
  40  
Religion (girl's puberty rite)
  40  
Religion (lightning and thunder)
  40  
Religion (love magic)
  40  
Religion (miscellaneous)
  40  
Religion (muscular tremor and ceremony for indigestion)
  40  
Religion (natural phenomena)
  40  
Religion (peyote)
  40  
Religion (power)
  40  
Religion (shaman and witches)
  40  
Religion (supernaturals)
  40  
Religion (sweet bathing)
  40  
Religion (war complex)
  40  
Religion (water, water beings)
  40  
Rocks, shells, paint, beads
  40  
Sex life
  40  
Social Organization
  40  
Social Organization
  40  
Social Organization
  40  
Social Organization
  40  
Time, calendar, seasons, etc.
  40  
Tobacco, smoking, pipe
  40  
War
  40  
War
  40  
Weapons
  40  
Acculturation
  40  
Acculturation
  40  
Acculturation
  40  
Sam Chino Records 1-10
  40  
Sam Chino Records 11-20
  40  
Sam Chino Records 21-30
  40  
Sam Chino Records 31-40
  40  
Sam Chino Records 41-50
  40  
Sam Chino Records 51-60
  40  
Sam Chino Records 61-70
  41  
Sam Chino Records 71-80
  41  
Sam Chino Records 81-87
  41  
Songs (first draft)
  41  
Songs (first draft)
  41  
Song materials from Paul Frank and Jules Blumensohn
  41  
Hearing on May 13, 1950 in Mescalero, New Mexico
  41  
New Mexico trip June 28-July 7, 1980
  41  
C. Weston's Chiricahua film
 
Subseries D: Jicarilla [subseries]:
  41  
Social Organizations
  41  
Centennial, 1982-1987
  41  
M.E. Opler and L. Balsam report on conditions at Jicarilla Apache reservation
  41  
Veronica Tiller Balsam Report
  41  
Agriculture, corn
  41  
Alien people and their influence
  41  
Animals and Hunting (A-E)
  41  
Animals and Hunting (F-Z)
  41  
Bands and place names
  41  
Bands and place names
  41  
Birds
  41  
Birds
  41  
Childhood and child training
  41  
Childhood and child training
  41  
Childhood and youth in Jicarilla society
  41  
Crime and Punishment
  41  
Custom and Etiquette
  41  
Dances and songs
  41  
Death, burial, afterworld
  41  
Dreams
  41  
Dress and decoration
  41  
Dwellings
  41  
Economic Life (A-G)
  41  
Economic Life (H-Z)
  42  
Folk beliefs
  42  
Food and drinks
  42  
Food and drinks
  42  
Games
  42  
Hunting
  42  
Insects
  42  
Personal correspondence
  42  
Personal correspondence
  42  
Modern Period
  42  
Muscular tremor and diagnostic signs
  42  
Musical instruments
  42  
Myths and tales
  42  
Myths and tales (Blue Jay Cycle pages 1-201)
  42  
Myth and tales (Blue Jay Cycle pages 202-352)
  42  
Myths and tales (Blue Jay Cycles pages 353-519)
  42  
Myths and tales (Hactcin and story telling)
  42  
Myths and tales (War tales)
  42  
Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-Text I)
  42  
Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-Text II)
  42  
Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-Text III)
  42  
Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-Text IV)
  42  
Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-Text V)
  42  
Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-translations)
  42  
Myths and tales (Father Berard Haile-Text)
  42  
Myths and tales (Father Berard)
  42  
Myths and Tales (Father Berard)
  42  
Names
  43  
Photographs
  43  
Photographs
  43  
Drawings and pictures
  43  
Plants
  43  
Plants
  43  
Plants and their uses
  43  
Plants and their uses
  43  
Plants and their uses
  43  
Religion (holiness rite)
  43  
Religion (September 15th Ceremony)
  43  
Religion (girl's puberty rite)
  43  
Religion (Shamanism)
  43  
Religion (Shamanism)
  43  
Religion (Shrines, etc.)
  43  
Religion (witchcraft)
  43  
Rocks, paints, minerals, etc.
  43  
Sickness, etc.
  43  
Smoking and tobacco
  43  
Social Organization
  43  
Social Organization (Blood relatives)
  43  
Social Organization
  43  
Social Organization (Blood relatives)
  43  
Social Organization (Blood relatives and affinal relatives)
  43  
Social Organization (Blood relatives)
  43  
Social Organization (Marriage Arrangements)
  43  
Social Organization (Marriage)
  43  
Social Organization (Itsa)
  43  
Social Organization (Marriage)
  43  
Social Organization (Marriage)
  43  
Social Organization (Sex Life: Courtship and love magic)
  43  
Social Organization (Sex life, pregnancy, childbirth, twining)
  43  
Social Organization (Sex Life: Abnormal behavior and venereal disease)
  43  
Social Organization (tribal endogamy)
  43  
Time, months, seasons
  43  
War and raid
  43  
Weapons
  43  
Woodlore and campcraft
  47  
Field notebooks
  47  
Field notebooks
  47  
Field notebooks
  47  
Field notebooks
  47  
Field notebooks
  47  
Field notebooks
  47  
Field notebooks
  47  
Field notebooks
  47  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  48  
Field notebooks
  49  
Field notebooks
  49  
Field notebooks
 
Subseries E: Lipan [subseries]:
  44  
History (Dobyns-Microfilm)
  44  
History (Historical Notes prepared for AAA paper and handbook article)
  44  
Themes
  44  
Birds
  44  
Artifacts
  44  
Childhood and Child Training
  44  
Dwellings
  44  
Animals and Hunting (A-G)
  44  
Animals and Hunting (H-Z)
  44  
Alien People
  44  
Food
  44  
Games
  44  
Horse and Pets
  44  
Insects
  44  
Localities and place names
  44  
Medicine and diseases
  44  
Plants
  44  
Social Organization
  44  
Social Organization
  44  
Death and stories of the dead
  44  
Folk beliefs and dreams
  44  
Peyote
  44  
Religion
  44  
Games (stave, hoophole)
  44  
Warpath and raid
  44  
Weapons
  44  
Dress and decoration
  44  
Photographs
  44  
Social Organization (status)
  44  
Sun, moon, stars, earth
  44  
Rocks, paints, minerals, shells
  44  
Miscellaneous
  44  
Custom and etiquette
  44  
Biography
  44  
Names
  44  
Musical Instruments
  44  
Myths and Tales
  44  
Medicinal Plants
  44  
Campcraft
  44  
Population data
  44  
Anthropological Theory-lecture
  44  
Apache Kinship outline sheets
  44  
M.E.O. article on Lipan for handbook
  44  
Hoijer (Lipan texts)
  44  
Used Material
  44  
Article/correspondence
  44  
MEO article on Lipan for handbook
  44  
MEO articles and books
  44  
"The Lipan and Mescalero Apache in Texas", October, 1970
  44  
"The Lipan and Mescalero Apache in Texas" draft copy
  44  
Lipan site near Corpus Christi
  44  
Lipan ethnography
  44  
Lipan ethnography
  44  
Lipan vocabulary and notes
  44  
Lipan history including bands
  44  
Lipan history (work of others)
  44  
History (Dobyns-Progress report)
  44  
History (Dobyns-microfilm)
  90  
Lipan-Mescalero Case: Digest List
  93  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (Lipan Bibliography) I
  90  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (Lipan Bibliography) II
  90  
Lipan-Mescalero Location Cards
  91  
Lipan-Mescalero Date Cards
  91  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (Lipan Chronology)
  92  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (Lipan Chronology) cont'd
  92  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (Persons in Contact with Lipan)
  93  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (Lipan- General) cont'd
  94  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (100-103) incl. Place Names/Areas, Provinces, Rivers, Towns
  94  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (103 cont'd)
  95  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (110-128) incl. Bibliography
  95  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (130-178) incl. Geography, History, etc.
  96  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (180-349)
  96  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (350-558)
  97  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (560-648) incl. International Relations
  97  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (648 cont'd, A) incl. International Relations
  98  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (648 cont'd, B) incl. International Relations
  98  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (648 cont'd, C) incl. International Relations
  99  
Dobyns' Lipan Research (650-888)
 
Subseries F: Western Apache [subseries]:
  45  
Greenville Goodwin among Western Apache-manuscript
  45  
Acculturation
  45  
Correspondence with Goodwin
  45  
Correspondence with Goodwin
  45  
Miscellaneous
  45  
Religion - Silas John. Contains list of images found in folder 10.
  45  
Religion - Silas John
  45  
Religion-Silas John cult Correspondence
  45  
Jules Henry report
  45  
4 Day Holy Ground Meeting, 1955 List of images in this folder is found in folder 6.
  45  
Silas John Cult-photographs, etc.
  45  
Silas John notes
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (alien people)
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (biographies)
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (biographies)
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (clans)
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (economic life)
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (miscellaneous)
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (religion)
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (religion)
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (religion)
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (religion)
  45  
Goodwin Field Notes (war)
  46  
Photographs
  46  
Photographs
  46  
Article for handbook
 
Subseries G: Kiowa [subseries]:
  46  
Oklahoma Project
  46  
Article for handbook
  46  
Material on William E. Bittle
  46  
Material on William E. Bittle
  46  
Brant material
  46  
Photographs
  46  
Brant material
  46  
Miscellaneous
  46  
Apachean Seminar
  46  
Miscellaneous notes, correspondence and journal articles
  46  
Miscellaneous notes, correspondence and journal articles
  46  
Miscellaneous notes, correspondence and journal articles
  46  
Photographs
  46  
Goddard manuscripts-correspondence, 1955-1968
  46  
Goddard manuscripts-Mescalero (Gotal)
  46  
Goddard manuscripts-Mescalero (texts)
  46  
Goddard manuscripts-Mescalero
  46  
Goddard manuscripts-Lipan
  46  
Apache Claims Cases-correspondence, 1950-1965
  46  
Chiricahua Claims Case-miscellaneous
  46  
Mescalero Claims Case-Findings (Weissbrodt)
  47  
Mescalero Claims Case-Findings (Weissbrodt)
  47  
Western Apache Claims Case-Digest
  51  
Navaho Phonetics and Grammar- Kiowa Apache Relationship Terms
 
Series II. Navaho Indian Tribe [series]:
  47  
Miscellaneous notes
  47  
Kinship
  47  
Miscellaneous correspondence and notes
  47  
Miscellaneous correspondence and notes
  47  
Minutes from the Navajo Tribal Council, March 12-13, 1934
  47  
Photographs
 
Series III. Miscellaneous Native American Material [series]:
  46  
Plains Indians
  46  
Southeast Indians
  46  
Southeast Indians
  46  
Southeast Indians
  46  
Southeast Indians
  46  
Southeast Indians
  48  
Handbook article (not yet corrected)-Apachean culture pattern and its origins
  48  
Handbook article (not yet corrected)-Chiricahua Apache
  48  
Handbook article (not yet corrected)-Mescalero Apache
  49  
Apache Indian Photograph scrapbook
  49  
Apache Indian Photograph scrapbook
  49  
Apache Indian Photograph scrapbook
  49  
Scrapbook of Photographs from New Mexico and Indian societies
  49  
Scrapbook of Morris Opler's family and friends
  50  
Jicarilla card file-vocabulary
  50  
Chiricahua card file-vocabulary
  50  
Mescalero card file-vocabulary
  50  
Mescalero card file-vocabulary (A-Z)
  50  
Mescalero card file-plants (Botanical-Mescalero)
  84  
Chiricahua and Mescalero card file-plants
  84  
Lipan card file-vocabulary
  84  
Jicarilla card file-vocabulary
  84  
Jicarilla card file-plants
  85  
Lipan/Mescalero expenses submitted for reimbursement
  85  
Lipan/Mescalero Texas claims case correspondence
  85  
Lipan/Mescalero miscellaneous style sheet
  85  
Lipan-legal material
  85  
Lipan/Mescalero case-M.E.O. report "The Lipan and Mescalero Apache in Texas"
  85  
Locations of the Lipan and Mescalero
  85  
Lipan/Mescalero Neighbors-comments
  85  
M.E. Opler's analysis of Ysleta
  85  
Lipan/Mescalero digest dates
  85  
Verne Ray's digest and cards
  85  
Verne Ray's digest
  85  
Verne Ray's digest
  85  
Lipan/Mescalero locations
  85  
Lipan/Mescalero locations
  85  
Lipan/Mescalero bibliography
  85  
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, articles, etc.
  85  
Correspondence, articles, etc.
  85  
Legislation and planning before 1934
  85  
Legislation and planning (1934)
  85  
Legislation and Planning (1934), 86
  86  
Indian Claims Commission Docket No. 22-C List and Digest Petitioner's exhibit Nos. 56-362
  86  
Indian Claims Commission Docket No. 22-C List and Digest Petitioner's exhibit Nos. 363-580
  86  
Legislation and Planning after 1934
  86  
Legislation and Planning after 1934
  86  
Health (general)
  86  
Lands, forests, waterways
  86  
Indian service materials and papers, 1936-1937
  86  
Education (general)
  86  
Miscellaneous photographs from California
  86  
Eastern Woodland Indians
  86  
Eskimo Indians
  86  
Northwest coast Indians
  86  
Plains Indians
  86  
Southeast Indians
  86  
Southeast Indians
  86  
Southwest Indians
  86  
Southwest Indians
  86  
Southwest Indians (photographs)
  86  
Education (general)
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero Digest-1-99
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero Digest-100-199
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero Digest-200-299
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero Digest-300-399
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero Digest-400-499
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero Digest-500-599
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero Digest
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero-1-99
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero-100-199
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero-200-299
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero-300-399
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero-400-499
  88  
Lipan/Mescalero-500-599
  88  
Dobyns' Lipan research-card file
 
Series IV. Morris Opler's Professional Material [series]:
  87  
American culture
  87  
American culture
  87  
Anthropology 349-"The People's of Asia" by Ralph Linton
  87  
Australia
  87  
Bibliographies, maps, general
  87  
Japan-general
  87  
Japan-cat, dog, snake, etc.
  87  
Oceania-notes, reports, general
  87  
Oceania-notes, reports, general
  87  
Russia
  87  
Southeast Asia-Bibliographies, maps, etc.
  87  
Tibet
  87  
World-peoples of
  87  
South America
  87  
Handbook of Native American Indians-orders and shipments
  87  
University of Buffalo-correspondence, 1990-1992
  87  
University of Chicago-correspondence, 1987-1992
  87  
Cornell University correspondence, 1974-1993
  87  
University of Oklahoma-miscellaneous
  87  
Appointment to University of Oklahoma, 1969
  87  
General Information
  87  
National Science Foundation Grant, 1974-1976
  87  
Publication information
  87  
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities
  87  
American Anthropological Association-correspondence, 1963
  87  
American Anthropological Association-constitution, etc.
  87  
American Folklore Society
  87  
Center for Advanced Study in Behavior Sciences-Stanford
  87  
Tibetan Program-correspondence, 1966-1977
  87  
Correspondence with students
  87  
Correspondence with students
 
Subseries A: 515- Anthropological Theory [subseries]:
  4  
Course Materials (General) (#1)
  4  
Course Outlines, Book Reserve Lists, Course Materials of Others
  4  
Miscellaneous (#1): MSS (A-G)
  4  
Miscellaneous (#2): MSS (H)
  4  
Miscellaneous (#3): MSS (I-P)
  4  
Miscellaneous (#4): MSS (Q-Wh)
  4  
Miscellaneous (#7): Newspaper Clippings, Magazine Articles, etc.
  4  
Student Papers
  4  
Bibliographies (Master file)
  4  
Departmental Seminar
  4  
Values: Seminar (Cornell Faculty)
  4  
Values: General
  4  
Values and Themes Bibliographies
  4  
MEO Themes: Nostrand
  4  
Marxism: Totalitarian Theory
  4  
Concepts Course, 1948 (MEO copy)
  4  
Methodology
  4  
MEO Themes: Manuscripts and Articles
  4  
MEO Themes: Correspondence
  4  
MEO Themes: Notes
  4  
Student Papers
 
Subseries B: 301- Cultural Anthropology [subseries]:
  4  
Course Notes (General) (#1)
  4  
Course Notes (General) (#2)
 
Subseries C: 424- Comparative Religious Systems [subseries]:
  4  
Bibliographies (Master File)
  4  
Course Notes (General)
  4  
Lectures and Papers of Others
  4  
Folklore
  5  
Peyote
 
Subseries D: 265- Culture and Personality [subseries]:
  5  
Course Notes (General)
  5  
Bibliographies
  5  
Work and Summaries of Others
  5  
Manuscripts, Printed Materials, etc. (Folder #1)
  5  
Manuscripts, Printed Materials, etc. (Folder #2)
  5  
Minturn- Socialization
  5  
McClelland- Achievement
  5  
Carstairs- Hijara (India)
 
Subseries E: Course Notes [subseries]:
  5  
Physical Anthropology (#1)- General (Course Notes, Reports)
  5  
Physical Anthropology (Kennedy) (#2)
  5  
Physical Anthropology (#3)- Anth. 545, Palaeoanthropology of So. Asia
  5  
Physical Anthropology (#4) Organic- Cultural MS.
  5  
Race (A--B)
  5  
Race (C--I)
  5  
Race (J--R)
  5  
Race (S--Z)
  5  
Race (Coon, Carleton S.)
  5  
Linguistics- General (Bibliographies, Reports, Newspaper Clippings, etc.)
  5  
Archaeology- General (Course Notes, Reports)
 
Subseries F: Unpublished and Miscellaneous [subseries]:
  5  
A
  5  
B
  5  
C
  5  
D
  5  
E
  5  
F
  5  
G
  5  
H
  5  
I
  5  
J
  6  
K
  6  
L
  6  
L
  6  
M
  6  
N
  6  
O
  6  
P
  6  
Q
  6  
R
  6  
S
  6  
T
  6  
U
  6  
V
  6  
W
  6  
X, Y, Z
 
Subseries G: Theory: Tylor, Edward B. [subseries]:
  6  
Writings
  6  
Writings
  6  
Writings
  6  
Writings
  6  
Writings
  6  
Writings
  6  
Writings
  6  
Writings
  6  
Items re: Tylor, A-C
  6  
Items re: Tylor, D
  6  
Items re: Tylor, E-K
  6  
Items re: Tylor, L
  6  
Items re: Tylor, M
  6  
Items re: Tylor, N-Z
  6  
Background Material, A-B
  6  
Background Material, C-G
  7  
Background Material, H-L
  7  
Background Material, R-S
  7  
Background Material, T-Z
 
Subseries H: Slides [subseries]:
  99  
India
  99  
India and Nepal
  99  
Nepal and Sikkim, Kuti, Banaras, Lucknow, Sonawal
  100  
Navaho
  100  
Mescalero and Chiricahua
  100  
Mescalero, Navaho, Chiricahua, Hopi, Misc. American Indian
  100  
Personal Slides: NW Europe, NW Coast, Western US, Rockies, Plains Southwest
  101  
Western Apache, Pueblo Indians, El Morro, Jicarilla, Philbrook and Catlin Paintings
  101  
Cherokees, Pueblos, Bandelier, National Monuments
  101  
Desert Flowers, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon, Great Smokey Mtns.
  101  
Great Smokies, Old Salem, Charlottesville, Misc.
  101  
Carter's Grove, Huntington Library, Salt Lake City, Zion Nat'l Park, Pleasant Valley Raches, SW Archaeology, OK City Zoo, Philbrook Art Center, Gilcrease Institute, Cedar Breaks Nat'l Monument
  101  
Sonawal (cont'd from C)
  101  
Personal Slides: Railroads, Museums, Nat'l Monuments
  101  
Picuris Pueblo, Hopi Dancers, Navajos, Canyon de Chelly, Inn of the Mt. Gods, Old Santa Fe Trail Landmarks
  101  
Navaho Coyoteway
  101  
Personal Slides: San Diego Zoo, Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell, Flagstaff
  105  
Index to India Color Slides
  105  
(smaller box) India Color Slides
  105  
(small box) India Color Slides
  106  
Bill Rowe, 151-300 (Color)
  106  
Barney Cohn I
  106  
Barney Cohn II, Allen Atwell (Senapur only), Unidentified Senapur Photographer
  106  
Shirley Marshall Planalp (SM or SP)
  106  
Kenneth Morgan
  106  
Bill Rowe, 1-150 (Color)
  107  
India, General
  107  
India, General
  107  
Bill Rowe, 301-389 (Color); Jack Planalp
  107  
Bob Smith, 1-92 (Color); David Wilson, 1-34 (Color)
  107  
American Indian
  107  
Arail (General)
  107  
Arail (Magh Mela and General), Allen Atwell (General)
 
Series V: Manzaner Japanese Internment Camp [series]:
  52  
Manzanar Guayule tire
  52  
Manzanar evacuation and bibiliography-card file
  53  
Japanese Internment Redress Bill, 1987
  53  
Manzanar items with pages missing
  53  
Letters from Manzanar to M.E. Opler, 1944-1945
  53  
Guide to the Japanese-American Relocation Centers (Cornell archives), 1935-1953
  53  
Miscellaneous Manzanar materials
  53  
Correspondence with the Cornell archives, Bob Smith, Angus Macbeth, etc., 1982
  53  
War Relocation Authority memorandum, Jan. 1, 1944
  53  
Frank Churman-copy of his manuscript made by the Fullerton Oral History Project
  53  
"The Manzanar 'Riot'" An Ethic Perspective" by Arthur A. Hansen and David A. Hacker
  53  
"Roger Baldwin: A Remembrance", 1982
  53  
Miscellaneous articles, phamplets, etc., 1940's
  53  
Miscellaneous articles, phamplets, etc., 1940's
  53  
War Relocation Documentation, 1943-1944
  53  
Legal War documentation, 1944-1948
  53  
Legal documents from the State of California
  53  
Outline of Yakushuo Dissertation
  53  
Japanese American Oral History Project (Conducted by California State University), 1978
  53  
Japanese American Oral History Program transcripts
  53  
Japanese American Oral History Project-Fullerton correspondence, 1979
  53  
Hirabayashi v. the United States
  53  
Hawaiian Supreme Court Cases, 1942-1944
  53  
Oyama v. the State of California, 1948
  53  
Y. Oshio Supreme Court case
  53  
War Relocation Authority names, staff, etc.
  53  
Supreme Court Cases including Korematsu v. the United States
  53  
Peter Suzuki correspondence, etc., 1980-1981
  53  
Correspondence, 1943-1948
  53  
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1942-1944
  53  
Takahashi Supreme Court Case, 1947
  53  
Correspondence with evacuees (A-K), 1945-1948
  53  
Correspondence with evacuees (L-S), 1944-1946
  53  
Correspondence with evacuees (T-Z), 1945-1976
  53  
Japanese American Project of the Oral History Program at California State University-Interview with Robert L. Brown, 1973-1974
  53  
War Relocation Authority Documentation
  53  
"The Loyalty Controversy-A Statement and a Suggested Program", 1943
  53  
Paper read before the American Anthropological Association, Nov. 18, 1978
  53  
Japanese magazine, 1947
  53  
Infantry Journal, March 1947
  53  
Summation of Non-Military Activities in Japan, September 1946
  53  
Infantry Journal, April 1947
  53  
Japanese Social Structure
  54  
Manzanar Scrapbook, 1942-1944
  54  
Manzanar Scrapbook, 1942-1944
  54  
Manzanar evacuation and bibliography-card file (A-K)
  54  
Manzanar evacuation and bibliography-card file (H-R)
  54  
Manzanar evacuation and bibliography-card file (L-Z)
  54  
Manzanar evacuation and bibliography-card file (S-Z)
  55  
Pacific Citizen newspaper, 1982
  55  
Pacific Citizen newspaper, 1983
  55  
Pacific Citizen newspaper, 1983
  55  
Pacific Citizen newspaper, 1984
  55  
Pacific Citizen newspaper, 1983
  55  
Miscellaneous newspaper articles
  55  
Miscellaneous newspaper articles
  55  
Miscellaneous newspaper articles
  55  
Miscellaneous newspaper articles
  55  
Miscellaneous newspaper articles
  55  
Miscellaneous newspaper articles
  55  
Miscellaneous newspaper articles
  55  
Miscellaneous newspaper articles
  58  
Japanese drawings
 
Series VI: India [series]:
  56  
Card files
  57  
Card files
  59  
Keys to Senapur file materials
  59  
Senapur file materials
  59  
Senapur research-general, Jan. 7, 1953
  59  
Senapur research on agriculture and animal husbandry, Oct. 10, 1952
  59  
Senapur research on agriculture and animal husbandry, Oct. 10, 1952
  59  
Research on community action, May 31, 1949
  59  
Research on National Extension Service, April 30, 1955
  59  
Research on public health and children, June 18, 1954
  59  
Research on school, Nov., 1952
  59  
Animals-general, 1944
  59  
Attitudes towards foreigners-general, Oct. 6, 1952
  59  
Case histories-general, Jan. 13, 1953
  59  
Caste-general, Feb. 19, 1947-Dec. 20, 1947
  59  
Caste-general, Feb. 19, 1947-Dec. 20, 1947
  59  
Caste-general, Jan. 3, 1948-Dec. 21, 1952
  59  
Caste-general, Jan. 10, 1953-Dec. 1, 1955
  59  
Caste-general, Jan. 11, 1956-1966
  59  
Caste-Ahira, Feb. 25, 1947-April, 1966
  59  
Caste-Barais, March 20, 1947-1955
  59  
Caste-Bari, March 18, 1947-Nov. 18, 1955
  59  
Caste-Bhar, March 10, 1947-Feb. 23, 1956
  59  
Caste-Bhat, 1947-1956
  59  
Caste-Brahman, 1947-1968
  59  
Caste-Brahman, 1947-1968
  59  
Caste-Chaman, 1947-1959
  59  
Caste-Chamar, 1947-1959
  59  
Caste-Dafali, 1947-1956
  59  
Caste-Dharikar, 1947-1956
  59  
Caste-Dhobi, 1947-1955
  59  
Caste-Dhunia, 1947-1956
  59  
Caste-Gond, 1947-1968
  59  
Caste-Hela, 1947-1956
  59  
Caste-Kahar, 1947-1966
  59  
Caste-Kalvar, 1947-1955
  59  
Caste-Kandu, 1947-1955
  59  
Caste-Kahatik, 1947-1955
  59  
Caste-Kohar, 1947-1961
  59  
Caste-Lohar, 1947-1958
  59  
Caste-Musahar, 1947-1956
  59  
Caste-Muslim, 1947-1966
  59  
Caste-Nai, 1947-1957
  59  
Keys to Senapur file materials
  60  
Caste-Nonia, 1947-1954
  60  
Caste-Nonia, 1947-1957
  60  
Caste-Teli, 1947-1955
  60  
Caste-Thakur, 1946-1952
  60  
Caste-Thakur, 1946-1956
  60  
Caste tension and caste attitude studies
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur and Borsar
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur and Borsar
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur high caste responses
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur low caste responses
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur low caste responses
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Ahir
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Bania
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Chamar
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Chamar
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Chamar
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Lohar
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Thakur
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Thakur
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Nonia
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Nonia
  60  
Caste tension study-Borsar, Bhar and Chamar
  60  
Caste tension study-Borsar, Bhar and Chamar
  60  
Caste tension study-Borsar low caste responses
  60  
Caste tension study-Borsar high-caste responses
  60  
Caste tension study-Senapur-Thakur
  61  
Caste tension study-Kori
  61  
Caste tension study-Borsar-Kori
  61  
Caste tension study-Borsar Thakur
  61  
Caste tension study-Borsar Thakur
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur and Borsar
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur high caste responses
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur low caste responses
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur low caste responses
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur-Ahir
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur-Ahir
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur-Bania
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur-Chamar
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur-Chamar
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur-Chamar
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur-Lohar
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur (Nonia)
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur (Nonia)
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur (Thakur)
  61  
Caste attitude study-Senapur (Thakur)
  61  
Caste attitude study-Borsar (High caste responses)
  61  
Caste attitude study-Borsar (Low caste response)
  61  
Caste attitude study-Borsar (Bhar and Chamar)
  61  
Caste attitude study-Borsar (Bhar and Chamar)
  61  
Caste attitude study-Borsar (Koiri)
  61  
Caste attitude study-Borsar (Koiri)
  61  
Caste attitude study-Borsar (Thakur)
  62  
Caste attitude study-Borsar (Thakur)
  62  
Change , 1947-1953
  62  
Change , 1953-1954
  62  
Change, 1955-1957
  62  
Change interview guide and responses, 1955-1957
  62  
Change interview guide and responses, 1956
  62  
Change-Kuti, 1961-1968
  62  
Seminars, papers, reports and memos on change in Senapur, 1951-1956
  62  
Seminars, papers, reports and memos on change in Senapur, 1954-1964
  62  
Seminars, papers, reports and memos on change in Senapur, 1954-1964
  62  
Concepts, 1947-1965
  62  
Conflict and crime, 1947-1953
  62  
Conflict and crime, 1953-1954
  62  
Conflict and crime, 1955
  62  
Conflict and crime, 1956-1957
  62  
Custom and etiquette, 1947-1968
  62  
Daily reports-weather, 1955-1956
  62  
Daily reports-agriculture, 1955-1956
  62  
Daily reports-animal husbandry, 1955-1956
  62  
Daily reports-other economic activities, 1955-1956
  62  
Daily reports-life cycle, 1955-1956
  62  
Daily reports-Calendrical rites, 1955-1956
  62  
Daily reports-Religious activity, 1955-1956
  62  
Daily reports-Social activity, 1955-1956
  62  
Daily reports-social activity, 1955-1956
  62  
Daily reports-Human sickness, 1955-1956
  63  
Daily reports-Animal sickness, 1955-1956
  63  
Daily reports-miscellaneous, 1955-1956
  63  
Daily reports-Intra family activity, 1955-1956
  63  
Daily reports-travel, 1955-1956
  63  
Dreams, 1955-1956
  63  
Dreams, 1956
  63  
Dreams, 1953
  63  
Dresses and ornaments, 1947-1966
  63  
Economy-agricultural activity, 1947-1953
  63  
Economy-agricultural activity, 1953
  63  
Economy-agricultural activity, 1953-1954
  63  
Economy-agricultural activity, 1953-1954
  63  
Economy-Nonagricultural activity, 1955-1964
  63  
Economy-Economic relations, 1947-1948
  63  
Economy-Economic relations, 1948-1953
  63  
Economy-Economic relations, 1954-1956
  63  
Economy-Economic relations, 1956-1962
  63  
Economy-property-land, 1947-1952
  63  
Economy-property-land, 1954-1965
  63  
Economy-Property other than land, 1944-1957
  63  
Education, 1947-1953
  63  
Education, 1953-1955
  63  
Education, 1956
  63  
Education, 1957
  63  
Entertainment and Recreation, 1947-1967
  63  
Food-customs and beliefs, 1947-1965
  63  
Food-preparation, 1947-1964
  63  
General policy, 1955-1961
  63  
Health
  63  
Health, 1947-1952
  63  
Health, 1952-1953
  63  
Health, 1954-1955
  63  
Health, 1956-1966
  63  
House, 1956-1966
  63  
Language
  64  
Language
  64  
Language
  64  
Language, 1952-1953
  64  
Life Cycle, 1956-1966
  64  
Life Cycle-birth (6th and 12th day ceremonies), 1947-1954
  64  
Life Cycle-birth (6th and 12th day ceremonies), 1954-1966
  64  
Life Cycle-childhood and adolescence, 1947-1952
  64  
Life Cycle-childhood and adolescence, 1952-1968
  64  
Life Cycle-death (i.e. sati and suicide), 1947-1967
  64  
Ear piercing, 1947
  64  
Hair cutting ceremony, 1947-1967
  64  
Life Cycle-initiation, 1947-1968
  64  
Life cycle-marriage (Thakur), 1947-1948
  64  
Life cycle-marriage (Thakur), 1950-1953
  64  
Life cycle-marriage (Thakur), 1954-1956
  64  
Marriage-non-Thakur, 1947-1968
  64  
Marriage-events preceeding, 1947-1965
  64  
Marriage-events following, 1947-1965
  64  
Life Cycle-naming ceremony, 1947-1955
  64  
Life Cycle-pregnancy rite, 1947-1956
  64  
Material culture-general, 1947
  64  
Material culture-general, 1947-1966
  64  
Measurements to weigh, 1947-1965
  64  
Methodology
  64  
Methodology
  64  
Methodology
  64  
Methodology, 1951-1956
  64  
Miscellaneous, 1947-1968
  64  
Miscellaneous material from Watt,George
  64  
Miscellaneous material from Watt,George
  64  
Miscellaneous material from Watt,George
  64  
Miscellaneous material from Watt,George
  64  
Miscellaneous material from Watt,George
  64  
Miscellaneous material from Watt, George
  64  
Miscellaneous material from Watt, George
  64  
Miscellaneous material from Watt, George
  65  
Musical intruments, 1947-1956
  65  
Outside relations, 1947-1957
  65  
Outside employment (W. Rowe), 1955-1966
  65  
Outside relations-Kerakat Study, 1953-1956
  65  
Outside relations-outside employment, 1952-1965
  65  
Outside relations-outside marriage, 1953-1956
  65  
Pictures-miscellaneous
  65  
Pictures-miscellaneous
  65  
Pictures-Bernard Cohn, 1952-1953
  65  
Pictures-Jack Planalp, 1952-1954
  65  
Pictures-Shirely Planalp, 1952-1954
  65  
Pictures-W. David Hopper, 1953-1954
  65  
Pictures-Toshio Yatsushiro, 1954
  65  
Pictures-William L. Rowe, 1955-1957
  65  
Pictures-William L. Rowe, 1955-1957
  65  
Partap C. Aggarwal, 1963-1965
  65  
Plants and trees-general, 1947
  65  
Plants and trees-general, 1947-1966
  65  
Cultivated plants and trees, wild but utilized, 1948
  65  
Population and census
  65  
Population and census
  65  
Population and census-1952 general chamar census
  65  
Population and census: 1953 census
  65  
Population and census-1962 Census study (P. Aggarwal)
  65  
Population and census-1962 Census study (P. Aggarwal)
  66  
Population and census-1962 Census study (P. Aggarwal)
  65  
Proverbs and sayings, 1947-1962
  65  
Proverbs and sayings, 1947-1953
  65  
Proverbs and sayings, 1953-1954
  65  
Proverbs and sayings, 1954-1956
  65  
Proverbs and sayings, 1956-1957
  65  
Proverbs and sayings-Learned instruction in agriculture
  65  
Proverbs and sayings-Learned instruction in agriculture
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Learned instruction in agriculture
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-miscellaneous
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material, 1965
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material
  66  
Proverbs and sayings-Shaligram Shukla material
  66  
Questionnaires-Child training, 1955-1957
  66  
Questionnaires-Communication, 1952-1954
  66  
Authoritarian attitude, 1953
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1953
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1953
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1953
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1953
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1954
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1954
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1954
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1955
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1955
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1954-1955
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1955
  66  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1955
  67  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1955
  67  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1955
  67  
Questionnaires-mobility, 1954
  67  
Questionnaires-prestige ratings, 1953-1957
  67  
Questionnaires-U.S.I.S. Film Showing, 1952
  67  
Questionnaires-Value questionnaires, 1953-1957
  67  
Questionnaires-Value questionnaires, 1953-1957
  67  
Questionnaires-Ramayan, 1953
  67  
Religion-beliefs, omens, etc., 1947-1952
  67  
Religion-beliefs, omens, etc., 1947-1952
  67  
Religion-beliefs, omens, etc., 1953-1955
  67  
Religion-beliefs, omens, etc., 1955
  67  
Religion-beliefs, omens, etc., 1956-1961
  67  
Religion-beliefs, omens, etc., 1965-1968
  67  
Religion-beneficial spirits and their ceremonies, 1947-1953
  67  
Religion-beneficial spirits and their ceremonies
  67  
Religion-Malevolent spirits and their ceremonies, 1955-1966
  67  
Religion-Malevolent spirits and their ceremonies, 1955-1966
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites, 1947-1955
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites, 1955-1966
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Anant Chaudash, 1947-1955
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Basiaura, 1947-1955
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Dashara, 1947
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Dashmi-Ram Lila, 1947-1954
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Dashmi, 1954-1956
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites, 1948-1955
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites, 1947-1966
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites, 1948-1966
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites, 1947-1966
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Juita, 1947-1955
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Kartik Punima, 1948-1955
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Krishna's Birthday, 1948-1956
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Muslim, 1953-1957
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Nag Panchami, 1947-1956
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Narratra, 1954-1957
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Pitri-Paksha, 1948-1956
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Rakshu Bandhan, 1947-1965
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Ruma's Birthday, 1947-1966
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Sankrant, 1947-1957
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Shivarati, 1948-1956
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Swinging rituals, 1947-1955
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Ty, 1947-1955
  67  
Religion-Calendrical rites-Vasant, 1947-1957
  67  
Religion-Folklore, 1950-1956
  67  
Religion-Folklore, 1956-1966
  67  
Religion-gods, goddesses, etc., 1947-1948
  67  
Religion-gods, goddesses, etc., 1948-1957
  67  
Religion-gods, goddesses, etc., 1961-1968
  67  
General Senapur material, 1947-1954
  68  
General Senapur material, 1947-1954
  68  
General Senapur material, 1947-1954
  68  
General Senapur material, 1955-1956
  68  
General Senapur material, 1956-1957
  68  
General Senapur material, 1957-1965
  68  
Senapur materials-Duncan records
  68  
Senapur materials-Duncan records
  68  
Senapur materials-Jaunpur and Banars Records, B. Cohn Papers
  68  
Sex materials, 1947-1966
  68  
Social Organization, 1946-1955
  68  
Social Organization, 1955-1966
  68  
Social Organization-Clan, Patti, Gotra, etc., 1947-1957
  68  
Social Organization-Kinship and family, 1947
  68  
Social Organization-Kinship and family, 1947-1950
  68  
Social Organization-Kinship and family, 1947-1950
  68  
Religion-Calendrial rites-Dhelahiya Chauth, 1955
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family, 1956
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family, 1957-1967
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family-Senapur kinship terms
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family-Senapur kinship terms
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family-Senapur kinship terms
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family-Senapur kinship terms
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family-Senapur kinship terms
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family-Senapur kinship terms
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family-Senapur kinship terms
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family-Senapur kinship terms
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family-Senapur kinship terms-Affinal Relationships
  68  
Social Organization-kinship and family-Senapur kinship terms-Affinal Relationships
  68  
Social Organization-Other Village of Dobhi
  68  
Social Organization-Political divisions, 1947-1966
  68  
Social Organization-Village Government and Leadership, 1947-1953
  69  
Social Organization-Village Government and Leadership, 1954-1955
  69  
Social Organization-Village Government and Leadership, 1954-1955
  69  
Social Organization-Village Government and Leadership, 1956
  69  
Social Organization-Village Government and Leadership, 1956-1957
  69  
Social Organization-Village Government and Leadership, 1957-1965
  69  
Songs-originals, 1947-1955
  69  
Songs-originals, 1955
  69  
Songs-originals, 1955-1956
  69  
Songs-revised versions, 1947-1954
  69  
Songs-revised versions, 1954-1955
  69  
Songs-revised versions, 1955-1956
  69  
Songs-revised versions, 1956
  69  
Songs-Shaligram Shukla material
  69  
Songs-miscellaneous
  69  
Songs-song types
  69  
Songs-Bhojpuri Village Songs-by Upadhyay
  69  
Songs-Bhojpuri Village Songs-by Upadhyay
  69  
Songs-Bhojpuri Village Songs-by Upadhyay
  69  
Songs-Bhojpuri Village Songs-by Upadhyay
  69  
Stimulants, 1947-1966
  69  
Thematic Apperception Tests, 1953-1961
  69  
Thematic Apperception Tests, 1953
  69  
Thematic Apperception Tests
  69  
Thematic Apperception Tests
  69  
Thematic Apperception Tests
  69  
Thematic Apperception Tests
  69  
Thematic Apperception Tests Responses
  69  
Thematic Apperception Drawings
  69  
Thematic Apperception Drawings
  69  
Thematic Apperception Drawings
  69  
Thematic Apperception Drawings (originals)
  69  
Thematic Apperception Drawings (originals)
  69  
Rorschach Tests, 1956-1957
  69  
Rorschach Tests-drawings
  69  
Time
  70  
Values, 1956-1957
  70  
Weekly staff meetings in Senapur, 1955-1956
  70  
Women, 1947-1948
  70  
Women, 1952-1954
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1948-1951
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1952
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1953
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1954
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1954
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1955
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1955
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1956
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1956
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1956
  70  
Correspondence with Senapur, 1957-1966
  70  
Senapur Personnel
  70  
Senapur correspondence, 1967
  70  
Correspondence with R.D. Singh, 1961-1968
  70  
Correspondence with Shirley Marshall Kennedy, 1964
  70  
Correspondence with Mildred Luschinsky, 1955-1961
  70  
Senapur tapes
  70  
Senapur movie notes
  70  
Senapur, Rankhandit Jhabian file categories
  70  
Orthography for Senapur monographs
  70  
Migration questionnaire for the village of Senapur
  70  
K.K. Singh's thesis
  70  
Senapur books-Cornell University press, 1967-1971
  70  
General Electric, 1961
  70  
General Electric-(Preliminary report and Technical report), 1961
  70  
Ajama-Kuti (Village near Senapur), 1968
  70  
Ajama-Kuti (Village near Senapur)
  70  
Miscellaneous reference items
  70  
Allahabad
  70  
Arail-Magh Mela
  70  
Arail-Magh Mela
  70  
Arail Photographs
  70  
Arail Photographs
  70  
Arail Photographs
  70  
Arail religion
  71  
Arail Social Organization
  71  
Arail women
  71  
Arail duplicates
  71  
Dandupur
  71  
Jhusi
  71  
1984 Newsweek and Times articles on Indira Gandhi
  71  
Arail Notes, 1949
  71  
Arail Notes, 1949
  71  
Arail Anthropological Research
  71  
Arail-attitudes
  71  
Arail-caste, 1949
  71  
Arail-dress and ornaments
  71  
Arail-economy
  71  
Arail-Food and drink
  71  
Arail-Games and recreation
  71  
Arail-Health
  71  
Arail-History and general background
  71  
Arail-Houses
  71  
Arail-Life Cycle
 
Subseries A: Gohana Kala [subseries]:
  71  
Orientation, 1955
  71  
Bibliography, 1953-1955
  71  
Methodology, 1954
  71  
Geography, 1954
  71  
Behavior processes and personality, 1954-1955
  71  
Demography
  71  
History and culture change, 1955
  71  
Total communication, 1954
  71  
Food quest
  71  
Animal Husbandry, 1955
  71  
Agriculture, 1954-1955
  71  
Food processing and consumption, 1954
  71  
Drinks, drugs, clothing and adornment
  71  
Exploitative activities
  71  
Processing of basic materials and structures, 1954-1955
  71  
Machines and property, 1954
  71  
Exchange and marketing, 1954
  71  
Finance and labor, 1953-1954
  71  
Business and industrial organization/Travel and transportation, 1953-1955
  71  
Land transport and living standards, 1954-1955
  71  
Recreation and fine arts, 1955
  71  
Entertainment and Individual Mobility, 1954
  71  
Social stratification, 1954-1955
  71  
Interpersonal relations, 1954-1956
  71  
Marriage, 1955
  71  
Family, 1955-1956
  71  
Kinship and kin group
  71  
Community and state, 1954-1955
  71  
Government activities and political behavior, 1953-1955
  71  
Law and offenses and sanctions, 1952-1955
  71  
Armed forces and social problems, 1953-1955
  71  
Health and welfare and sickness, 1955
  71  
Death and religious beliefs, 19564-1956
  71  
Numbers and exact knowledge, 1954-1956
  71  
Community and state, 1954-1955
  71  
Religious practices and ecclesiastical organizations, 1954-1956
  71  
Sex and reproduction
  71  
Infancy, childhood and adulthood, 1954
  71  
Education, 1953-1955
  71  
Personnel, 1954
  71  
Cornell University India Project, 1954
  71  
Cornell University India Project, 1954
  71  
Cornell University India Project, 1954
  71  
Cornell University India Project, 1954
  71  
Cornell University India Project
  71  
Dudhi-Dhanaura, 1955
  71  
Reels of audio tape, Senapur, music, songs
  72  
Reels of Film
  74  
Reels of Film
  73  
Code for Senapur Study
  73  
Population and census-1953 census (main settlement)
  73  
Population and census-1953 census (main settlement)
  73  
Population and census-1953 census (Kotiya)
  73  
Population and census-1953 census (Eastern Basti)
  73  
Population and census-1953 census (Western Basti)
  73  
Population and census-1953 census (Southern Basti)
  73  
Population and census-1953 census (Baranpur)
  73  
Population and census-1953 census (Daudpur)
  73  
Population and census-1953 census (Corrections)
  73  
Population and census-1961 census (Main settlement)
  73  
Population and census-1961 census (Kotiya)
  73  
Population and census-1961 census (Eastern Basti)
  73  
Population and census-1961 census (Western Basti)
  73  
Population and census-1961 census (Southern Basti)
  73  
Population and census-1961 census (Baranapur)
  73  
Questionnaires-input/output (Hopper), 1955
  73  
Arail-census
  73  
Health-health survey
  74  
Reels of Film
  87  
Population and Census-1956 census study (V.J. Ram)
  87  
Population and Census-1960 census study (D. Regenstreif)
  87  
Population and Census-1960 census study (D. Regenstreif)
  87  
Population and Census-1962 census study (P. Aggarwal)
  87  
Population and Census-1960 census study (D. Regenstreif)
  89  
Photographs
  89  
Photographs
  89  
Photographs
  89  
Photographs
  89  
Key to Permapak boxes
  89  
M.E.O. slides (captions)
  111  
Senapur Study notes, October, 1947
  111  
Senapur Study notes, November, 1947
  111  
Senapur Study notes, December, 1947
  111  
Senapur Study notes, Jan., 1948
  111  
Senapur Study notes, Feb., 1948
  111  
Senapur Study notes, March, 1948
  111  
Senapur Study notes, April, 1948
  111  
Senapur Study notes, May, 1948
  111  
Senapur Study notes, Feb., 1947
  111  
Senapur Study notes, March, 1947
  111  
Senapur Study notes, April, 1947
  111  
Senapur Study notes, May, 1947
  111  
Senapur Study notes, June, 1947
  111  
Senapur Study notes, July, 1947
  116  
Correspondence and photographs
  116  
Hoffman, Joseph Killer of Enemies
  116  
India, bibliographies, general
  116  
India, bibliographies, specific topics
  116  
Opler, M.E., Bibliography
  116  
Opler, M.E., Issues Arising from the Evacuation and Detention of Nisei and Issei During World War II
  116  
Opler, M.E., Special Bibliographies
  116  
The Case for the Nisei Reprinted by JACL
  116  
Hirabayashi case
  116  
Pamphlets and photographs of St. Joseph's Mission, Mescalero, NM
  116  
The First Ancestors of Hui Muslims
  116  
Opler, M.E., Anthropological Theory Bibliography
  116  
Address Book
  116  
US Supreme Court: Korematsu Case, Evacuation, US Ninth Circuit of Appeals Court Brief, Citizenship
 
Subseries B: Senapur Enlargement File [subseries]:
  103  
Extra (smaller, mounted) Rankhandi Photos
  105  
Rankhandi Photo Prints (Material Culture)
  105  
Rankhandi Photo Prints (Material Culture)
  104  
Jhabiran Photos
  76  
Senapur File Categories
  76  
Senapur Photos
  105  
Senapur Photo Categories (Dividers only)
  105  
Senapur Proverbs and Sayings
  108  
Senapur Photos Key (BC 101-500)
  108  
Senapur Photos (BC 401a-523a) JP, SP, WH, TY, ANON, PA, WR 1-100
  109  
Senapur Photos (WR 101-700)
  109  
Senapur Photos (WR 701-1162), Mo Photos (1949-50): A2-A85
  110  
Mo Photos (1949-50): A86-D64
  110  
Mo Photos (1949-50): D68-F93b
 
Senapur Enlargement File
  76  
Action Research, Misc.: Community Hand Pump
  76  
Action Research, Misc.: Government Program
  76  
Action Research, Misc.: Shramdan
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Project Personnel
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Project Worker with Informant
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Project House
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Project House (Baranpur)
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Furniture for Project House
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Hand Pump Installed by Project
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Potato Contest
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Improved Plow
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Furniture and Generator Donated to School by Project
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Generator Donated to School by Project
  76  
Action Research, Cornell U. Project: Science Equipment Donated to School by Project
  76  
Animals, Misc.: Domestic Animals
  76  
Animals, Misc.: Snakes
  76  
Animals, Animal Husbandry: Feeding Cattle
  76  
Animals, Animal Husbandry: Inoculating Cattle
  76  
Caste, Misc.: Chamar Caste Panchayat
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Ahir
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Barai
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Bhat
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Bin
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Chamar
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Dafali
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Darzi
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Dasunhi
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Dharikar
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Dhobi
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Garariya
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Hela
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Kahar
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Kalvar
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Kohar
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Lohar
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Mochi
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Musahar
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Nai
  76  
Caste, Caste Work: Noniya
  76  
Change, Land Consolidation: Old Land Map
  76  
Change, Land Consolidation: New Land Map
  76  
Change, Land Consolidation: Court
  77  
Change, Land Consolidation: Ceremonial Activies
  77  
Change, Land Consolidation: Marked Fields
  77  
Change, Land Consolidation: Old Agricultural Methods in Consolidation Area
  77  
Change, Kuti: Mill Complex
  77  
Change, Kuti: Sugar Mill
  77  
Conflict and Crime, Miscellaneous
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Miscellaneous: Basket Making
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Miscellaneous: Basket Weaving
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Miscellaneous: Cleaning Kitchen Utensils
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Miscellaneous: Daily Activities
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Miscellaneous: Domestic Tasks
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Miscellaneous: Parda Behavior
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Fuel Preparation: Making Dung Cakes
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Fuel Preparation: Drying Dung Cakes
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Fuel Preparation: Stacking Dung Cakes
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, House Care: Applying Cow Dung Paste to Floor
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, House Care: Plastering Wall
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Personal Care: Daily Activities- Bathing
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Personal Care: Daily Activities- Tooth Care
  77  
Custom and Etiquette, Personal Care: Daily Activities- Washing Clothes
  77  
Dress and Ornaments, Miscellaneous: Thakur
  77  
Dress and Ornaments, Miscellaneous: Jewelry
  77  
Dress and Ornaments, Miscellaneous: Chamar Bracelets
  77  
Dress and Ornaments, Miscellaneous: Shoes
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Miscellaneous- Cutting Grass
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Miscellaneous- Carrying Grass
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Miscellaneous- Cutting Fodder
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Preparation of Fields- Digging with Mattock (Kudar)
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Preparation of Fields- Plowing
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Preparation of Fields- Leveling
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Preparation of Fields- Fertilizing
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Seed Selection and Sowing- Seed Selection
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Seed Selection and Sowing- Obtaining Seed
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Seed Selection and Sowing- Sowing
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Irrigation- Irrigation
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Irrigation- Basket Irrigation
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Irrigation- by long, scoop-like implement (Don)
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Irrigation- by wooden scoop (Hatta)
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Irrigation- Well Irrigation
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Growing Crops and Crop Cutting- Growing Crops
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Growing Crops and Crop Cutting- Guarding Growing Crops
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Growing Crops and Crop Cutting- Crop Cutting
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Growing Crops and Crop Cutting- Crop Cutting and Burning
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Harvesting, Threshing, and Winnowing- Harvesting
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Harvesting, Threshing, and Winnowing- Threshing
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Harvesting, Threshing, and Winnowing- Threshing by Bullocks
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Harvesting, Threshing, and Winnowing- Threshing by Hand
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Harvesting, Threshing, and Winnowing- Winnowing
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Barley Cultivation
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Corn Cultivation- Good Corn Crop
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Corn Cultivation- Poor Corn Crop
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Millet Cultivation
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Potato Cultivation
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Rice Cultivation- Plowing Rice Fields
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Rice Cultivation- Sowing Rice Seed
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Rice Cultivation- Transplanting Rice
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Rice Cultivation- Harvesting Rice
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Rice Cultivation- Threshing Rice
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Soaking Sugar Cane Stalks
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Sowing Sugar Cane
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Hoeing Sugar Cane
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Irrigating Sugar Cane Fields
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Good and Poor Sugar Cane Crops
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Harvesting Sugar Cane
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Crushing Sugar Cane
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Straining Sugar Cane Juice
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Boiling Sugar Cane Juice
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Manufacturing Brown Sugar (Gur)
  77  
Economy, Agriculture: Sugar Cane Cultivation- Brown Sugar (Gur)
  77  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Miscellaneous- Economy, Payment in Kind
  77  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Miscellaneous- Land Records Officers (Patvaris)
  77  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Miscellaneous- Tax Collecting
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Industrial Activities (Non-Caste)- Basket Making
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Industrial Activities (Non-Caste)- Fishing
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Industrial Activities (Non-Caste)- Making Brass Tacks
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Industrial Activities (Non-Caste)- Making Spice Grinder
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Industrial Activities (Non-Caste)- Making Sweets
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Industrial Activities (Non-Caste)- Metal Working
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Industrial Activities (Non-Caste)- Rope Making
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Industrial Activities (Non-Caste)- Sewing
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Industrial Activities (Non-Caste)- Spinning
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Marketing- Economy
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Marketing- General Store
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Marketing- Brown Sugar (Gur)
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Marketing- Selling Fish
  78  
Economy, Non-Agricultural Activities: Marketing- Transporting Goods
  78  
Education, Miscellaneous: Meeting Re Senapur Jr. HS
  78  
Education, Miscellaneous: Partly Constructed School Building
  78  
Education, Miscellaneous: Education Week
  78  
Education, Miscellaneous: Laying the Foundation of Kanaura School
  78  
Education, Teaching and Studying: Classes in Session
  78  
Education, Teaching and Studying: Senapur Primary School Children
  78  
Education, Teaching and Studying: Senapur Students
  78  
Education, Teaching and Studying: Studying
  78  
Entertainment and Recreation, Miscellaneous: Games- Cowries (Kauri)
  78  
Entertainment and Recreation, Miscellaneous: Recreation
  78  
Entertainment and Recreation, Miscellaneous: Playing Cards
  78  
Entertainment and Recreation, Miscellaneous: Swimming in Ponds
  78  
Entertainment and Recreation, Miscellaneous: Wrestling (Kushati)
  78  
Entertainment and Recreation, School Tournaments: Gymnastic Tournament- Kanura
  78  
Entertainment and Recreation, School Tournaments: School Tournament
  78  
Entertainment and Recreation, School Tournaments: School (Circle) Tournament
  78  
Food, Miscellaneous: Milking Buffalo
  78  
Food, Food Preparation: Cleaning Grain
  78  
Food, Food Preparation
  78  
Food, Food Preparation: Grinding Grain
  78  
Food, Food Preparation: Grinding Spices
  78  
Food, Food Preparation: Pounding Grain
  78  
Food, Food Preparation: Pounding Rice
  78  
Health, Miscellaneous
  78  
House, Miscellaneous: House Types
  78  
House, Miscellaneous: Inner Courtyards
  78  
House, Miscellaneous: Man's Apartment (Dalan)
  78  
House, Building Construction: Building Construction
  78  
House, Building Construction: Digging Mud for Walls
  78  
House, Building Construction: Leaf Roof
  78  
House, Building Construction: Tile Making
  78  
House, Building Construction: Senapur Jr. High School
  78  
House, Building Construction: Baranpur School
  78  
Life Cycle, Birth (6th and 12th Day Ceremonies): Sixth Day Ceremony
  78  
Life Cycle, Birth (6th and 12th Day Ceremonies): Women Singing Sohar
  79  
Life Cycle, Birth (6th and 12th Day Ceremonies): Mul Shanti
  79  
Life Cycle, Childhood and Adolescence: Miscellaneous- Child Behavior
  79  
Life Cycle, Childhood and Adolescence: Miscellaneous- Child Care and Bathing
  79  
Life Cycle, Childhood and Adolescence: Miscellaneous- Children Playing
  79  
Life Cycle, Childhood and Adolescence: Pictures of Children
  79  
Life Cycle, Childhood and Adolescence: Pictures of Children- Chamar
  79  
Life Cycle, Childhood and Adolescence: Pictures of Children- Dharikar
  79  
Life Cycle, Childhood and Adolescence: Pictures of Children- Kahar
  79  
Life Cycle, Childhood and Adolescence: Pictures of Children- Noniya
  79  
Life Cycle, Childhood and Adolescence: Pictures of Children- Teli
  79  
Life Cycle, Childhood and Adolescence: Pictures of Children- Thakur
  79  
Life Cycle, Death: Death Rites
  79  
Life Cycle, Death: Death Rites- Chulha Nikalna
  79  
Life Cycle, Hair Cutting Ceremony
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Thakur Tilak Ceremony
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Urda Chuna
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Haldi Matmangara
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Parchan Ceremony
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Departure of Groom for Bride's Village
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: House Decorations
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Food Preparation
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Band
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Band and Entertainers
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Thakur
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Thakur Tilak Wedding Jewelry
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Bandanvar
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Gauna (I)
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Gauna (Marikpur) (II)
  79  
Life Cycle, Marriage: Gauna (III)
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Bicycle
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Bullock Cart
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Cattle Troughs
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Digging Tool (Pharasa)
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Grain Baskets
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Grain-Grinding Mill
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Grinding Stones for Spices
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Hand Mill
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Harmonium
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Household Utensils
  79  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Kitchen Utensils
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Lamps
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Mechanical Chaff Cutter
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Medicine Dispenser for Animals
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Metal Buckets
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Metal Container often used for water
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Metal Trunk
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Net for Picking Mangoes
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Plow(s) incl. Improved Plow
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Pottery Kiln
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Rice Pounder
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Spear(Bala)
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Stool
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Stool and Metal Containers for a Meal
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Storage Containers
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Stove (Chulha)
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Stove- Special
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: String Cots (Charpoys)
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Sugar Cane Crusher- Stone
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Utensils for Making Curds
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Water Pipe (Hookah)
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Water Vessels
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Wheel Barrow
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Winnowing Baskets and Sieves
  80  
Material Culture, Miscellaneous: Wooden Bed
  80  
Musical Instruments, Miscellaneous: Harmonium
  80  
Musical Instruments, Miscellanous: A Nona (Chamar), Musician
  80  
Musical Instruments, Miscellaneous: Singing Birhas
  80  
Outside Relations, Miscellaneous: Interants- Magician
  80  
Outside Relations, Miscellaneous: Interants- Mallah
  80  
Outside Relations, Miscellaneous: Interants- Muslim Pot Mender
  80  
Outside Relations, Miscellaneous: Outside Employment
  80  
Outside Relations, Miscellaneous: Transportation- Bus
  80  
Outside Relations, Places other than Senapur: Agra
  80  
Outside Relations, Places other than Senapur: Allahabad
  80  
Outside Relations, Places other than Senapur: Banaras
  80  
Outside Relations, Places other than Senapur: Calcutta
  80  
Outside Relations, Places other than Senapur: Jaunpur
  80  
Outside Relations, Places other than Senapur: Kerakat and Karakat Bazaar
  80  
Outside Relations, Places other than Senapur: Lucknow
  80  
Outside Relations, Places other than Senapur: New Delhi
  80  
Outside Relations, Places other than Senapur: Sarnath
  80  
Outside Relations, Places other than Senapur: Agra
  80  
Pictures (of People), Miscellaneous: People
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Ahir
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Bari
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Bhar
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Brahman
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Chamar
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Dafali
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Dhobi
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Kahar
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Kohar
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Lohar
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Musahar
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Nai
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Noniya
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Teli
  80  
Pictures (of People), People by Caste (alpha. by first name): Thakur
  80  
Plants and Trees, Miscellaneous
  81  
Religion, Miscellaneous: Godan Ceremony
  81  
Religion, Miscellaneous: Meditation
  81  
Religion, Miscellaneous: Worship
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Dashmi (see Ram Lila)
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Divali
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Godhana Ceremony
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Ekadashi
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Jiutiya
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Kartik Purnima- Ritual Bathing
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Kartik Purnima- Trimohini Mela
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Khichari- Sakrant
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Khichari- Barley
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Khichari- Decorations
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Khichari- Field Hockey
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Nag Panchami
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Nauratra
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Pitri Paksh
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Ram Lila
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Sankrant
  81  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Shivaratri
  82  
Religion, Calendrical Rites: Vasant Panchami
  82  
Religion, House Ceremonies: House-Beginning
  82  
Religion, House Ceremonies: Laying Door Supports
  82  
Religion, House Ceremonies: Entering
  82  
Religion, House Ceremonies: School Construction
  82  
Religion, Malevolent Spirits and Their Ceremonies: Ahir Kashidas
  82  
Religion, Malevolent Spirits and Their Ceremonies: Ceremonial Objects
  82  
Religion, Malevolent Spirits and Their Ceremonies: In Fields Due to Sickness
  82  
Religion, Malevolent Spirits and Their Ceremonies: Mahadev Puja- Ojhai
  82  
Religion, Malevolent Spirits and Their Ceremonies: Protection Against the Evil Eye
  82  
Religion, Mohammedanism: Circumcision
  82  
Religion, Mohammedanism: Moharram
  82  
Religion, Satya Narayan Katha
  82  
Religion, Satya Narayan Katha: Shivaratri- Markande Mela
  82  
Religion, Sects and Holy Men: Aghorapanth
  82  
Religion, Sects and Holy Men: Holy Men
  82  
Religion, Sects and Holy Men: Shiva Narayan Sect
  82  
Religion, Sects and Holy Men: Shiva Narayan Sect- Burial
  82  
Religion, Village Shrines: Offering at Village Shrine
  82  
Religion, Village Shrines: Village Shrine
  82  
Religion, Village Shrine: Women at Shrine
  82  
Religion, Village Shrine: Women at Shrine
  82  
Religion, Village Shrines: Amhit Village Shrine
  82  
Religion, Village Shrines: Bachila Devi Shrine
  82  
Senapur- General, Miscellaneous: Village Scene
  82  
Social Organization, Miscellaneous: Electioneering
  83  
Social Organization, Miscellaneous: Election- Village Panchayat
  83  
Social Organization, Miscellaneous: Election- Village Panchayat, Cont'd
  83  
Social Organization, Miscellaneous: Local Judicial Body (Panchayati Adalat)
  83  
Social Organization, Miscellaneous: Election- National
  83  
Stimulants, Miscellaneous
  83  
Women, Miscellaneous
  83  
Miscellaneous India Photos, Matted and Non-Matted
 
Series VII: Authors- Additional Research Articles, Theories, and Abstracts [series]:
  1  
Bachofen, Johan Jacob (1815-1887)
  1  
Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse (1840-1914)
  1  
Barnet, Homer G. (1906- )
  1  
Bastian, Adolph (1826-1905)
  1  
Benedict, Ruth Fulton (1887-1948)
  1  
Bidney, David (1908- )
  1  
Boas, Franz (1858-1942)
  1  
Boucher de Perthes, Jacques (1783-1868)
  1  
Briffault, Robert Stephen (1876-1949)
  1  
Brinton, Daniel Garrison (1837-1899)
  1  
Bukharin, Nikolai Ivanovich (1888-1938)
  1  
Childe, V. Gordon (1892-1957)
  1  
Comte, Auguste (1798-1857)
  1  
Durkeim, Emile (1858-1917)
  1  
Firth, Raymond (1901- )
  1  
Freud, Sigmund and Jung, Adler (1856-1917)
  1  
Frazer, James George (Sir) (1854-1941)
  1  
Gillin, John P. (1907-1973)
  1  
Goldenweiser, Alexander A. (1880-1940)
  1  
Graebner, Fritz (1877-1934)
  1  
Grosse, Ernst (1862-1927)
  1  
Haddon, Alfred Cort (1855-1940)
  1  
Hahn, Eduard (1856-1928)
  1  
Hale, Horatio Emmons (1817-1896)
  1  
Hallowell, A. Irving (1892- )
  1  
Herskovits, Melville J. (1895- )
  1  
Hoijer, Harry (1904-1976)
  1  
Horney, Karen
  1  
Kardiner, Abram (1891- )
  1  
Klemm, Gustav (1802-1867)
  1  
Kluckhorn, Clyde K.M. (1905-1960)
  1  
Kroeber, Alfred Louis (1876-1960)
  1  
Levi-Strauss, Claude (1908- )
  1  
Levy-Bruhl, Lucien (1857-1939)
  1  
Linton, Ralph (1893-1953)
  1  
Lowie, Robert Heinrich (1883-1957)
  1  
Lubbock, John (Sir) (Lord Avebury)(1834-1913)
  1  
Maine, Henry James Sumner (1822-1888)
  1  
Malinowski, Bronislaw (1884-1942)
  2  
Marett, Robert R. (1866-1943)
  2  
Mason, Otis Tufton (1838-1908)
  2  
McGee, William John (1853-1912)
  2  
McLennan, John Ferguson (1827-1881)
  2  
Mead, Margaret (1901-1978)
  2  
Meiners, Christoph (1747-1810)
  2  
Morgan, Lewis Henry (1818-1881)
  2  
Murdock, George Peter (1897- )
  2  
Nadel, Seigfried Frederick (1903-1956)
  2  
Ogburn, William Fielding (1886-1959)
  2  
Opler, Morris Edward (1907-
  2  
Ostwald, Wilhelm (1853-1932)
  2  
Parsons, Elsie Clews (1875-1941)
  2  
Plekhanov, Georgy Valentinovich (1857-1918)
  2  
Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)
  2  
Radclidde-Brown, Alfred Reginald (1881-1955)
  2  
Radclidde-Brown, Alfred Reginald- Course Notes
  2  
Radclidde-Brown, Alfred Reginald- Lecture Outlines
  2  
Radclidde-Brown, Alfred Reginald- Unpublished Writings
  2  
Radin, Paul (1883-1959)
  2  
Ratzel, Friedrich (1844-1904)
  2  
Redfield, Robert (1897-1958)
  2  
Redfield, Robert- Mexico and Middle America, General II
  2  
Redfield, Robert- Class Notes, cultural anthropology
  2  
Redfield, Robert- History of Anthropology
  2  
Redfield, Robert- Mexico and Middle America, General I
  2  
Rivers, W.H.R. (1864-1922)
  2  
Sapir, Edward (1884-1939
  2  
Sapir, Edward- Linguistics
  3  
Schmidt, Wilhelm (1868-1954)
  3  
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe (1793-1864)
  3  
Smith, G(rafton) Elliot (1871-1937)
  3  
Spencer, Herbert (1820-1903)
  3  
Steward, Julian H. (1902- )
  3  
Sumner, William Graham (1840-1910)
  3  
Thurnwald, Richard (1869-1954)
  3  
Tylor, Edward Burnett (1832-1917)
  3  
Waitz, (Franz) Theodor (1821-1864)
  3  
Westermarck, Edward Alexander (1862-1939)
  3  
White, Leslie A. (1900-1975)
  3  
Whorf, Benjamin Lee (1897-1941)
  3  
Wissler, Clark (1870-1947)
  3  
Miscellaneous Articles- Multiple Authors
  3  
Miscellaneous Articles- Single Authors
  3  
Theory Abstracts: A
  3  
Theory Abstracts: Ba-Be
  3  
Theory Abstracts: Bi-Bo
  3  
Theory Abstracts: Br-Bu
  3  
Theory Abstracts: C
  3  
Theory Abstracts: D
  3  
Theory Abstracts: E
  3  
Theory Abstracts: F
  3  
Theory Abstracts: G
  3  
Theory Abstracts: H
  3  
Theory Abstracts: I-J
  3  
Theory Abstracts: K
  3  
Theory Abstracts: L
  3  
Theory Abstracts: Ma-Me
  3  
Theory Abstracts: Mi-My
  3  
Theory Abstracts: N
  3  
Theory Abstracts: O
  3  
Theory Abstracts: P-Q
  3  
Theory Abstracts: R
  3  
Theory Abstracts: S
  3  
Theory Abstracts: T
  3  
Theory Abstracts: T
  3  
Theory Abstracts: U-V
  3  
Theory Abstracts: Wa-Wh
  3  
Theory Abstracts: Wi-Wy
  3  
Theory Abstracts: X, Y, Z
 
Series VIII. Additional Uncategorised Material [series]:
  112  
(Misc. Items) Decorative Square Box
  112  
(Misc. Items) Metal Plate
  112  
(Misc. Items) Elephant Figurine
  112  
(Misc. Items) Smaller Animal Figurines
  112  
(Misc. Items) Candleholder
  112  
(Misc. Items) Heavy Metal Figurines
  112  
(Misc. Items) Smaller Figurines
  112  
(Misc. Items) Circular Decorative Box
  112  
(Misc. Items) Large Circular Basket
  112  
(Misc. Items) (2) Large Circular Baskets
  113  
(Misc. Items) India- Misc. Small Objects
  113  
(Misc. Items) Circular Metal Plate
  113  
(Misc. Items) Wooden Wall Hanger
  113  
(Misc. Items) Wooden Wall Hanger
  114  
Untitled Paintings #25-27 and Painting #30, belonging to Lucille Opler
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Correspondence to be filed
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Correspondence-- A 1961-1988
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Correspondence--B 1959-1992
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Correspondence--C 1961-1990
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Correspondence--D 1959-1993
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Correspondence--E 1941-1989
  120  
Correspondence--F 1963-1994
  120  
Correspondence--G 1960-1985
  120  
Correspondence--H 1947-1993
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Correspondence--I 1937-1989
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Correspondence--J 1968-1986
  120  
Correspondence--K 1955-1993
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Correspondence--L 1943-1990
  120  
Correspondence--M 1941-1989
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Correspondence--N 1973-1985
  120  
Correspondence--O 1940-1992
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Correspondence--P 1944-1991
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Correspodence--Q
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Correspondence--R 1955-1995
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Correspondence--S 1954-1989
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Correspondence--T 1964-1989
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Correspondence--U
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Correspondence--V 1946-1988
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Correspondence--W 1915-1992
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Correspondence--X,Y,Z 1973-1991
  121  
The Ethnobiology of the Chiricahua and Mescalero Apache.(With Edward F. Castetter) ("University of New Mexico Bulletin, Ethno-biological Studies in the American South-west," No. III; "Biological Series," Vol.4, No.5.) Albuquerque, N.M.: University of New Mexico Press 1936
  121  
"An Outline of Chiricahua Apache Social Organization," in Social Anthropology of North American Tribes, ed. Fred Eggan. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1937, pp.171-239 (second edition) 1955
  121  
"Ethnological Notes" in Chiricahua and Mescalero Apache Texts by Harry Hoijer. Chicago: University of Chicago Press,pp. 141-156, 214-219. 1938
  121  
Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians. ("Memoirs of the American Folk-Lore Society," Vol. XXXI.) New York: G.E. Stechert Co. 1938
  121  
Myths and Legends of the Lipan Apache Indians. ("Memoirs of the American Folk-Lore Society," Vol. XXXVI.) New York: J.J. Augustin 1940
  121  
An Apache Life-Way: The Economic, Social, and Religious Institutions of the Chiricahua Indians. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1941. Reissued by Cooper Square Publisher, Inc., New York 1965
  121  
"Three Types of Variation and Their Relation to Culture Change," in Language, Culture, and Personality: Essays in Memory of Edward Sapir, eds. Leslie Spier, A. Irving Hallowell, and Stanley S. Newman. Menasha, Wis.: George Banta Publishing Co., pp.146-157. 1941
  121  
Myths and Tales of the Chircahua Apache Indians. ("Memoirs of the American Folk-Lore Society," Vol. XXXVII.) Menasha, Wis.: George Banta Publishing Co. 1942
  121  
The Character and Derivation of the Jicarilla Holiness Rite. ("University of New Mexico Bulletin, Anthropological Series," Vol. 4, No.3) Albuquerque, N.M.: University of New Mexico Press 1943
  121  
Childhood and Youth in Jicarilla Apache Society. ("Publications of the Frederick Webb Hodge Anniversary Publication Fund," Vol. V.) Los Angeles: The Southwest Museum 1946
  121  
"The Role of Science in Determinating Democratic Policy," in Science for Democracy ed. Jerome Nathanson. New York: King's Crown Press, pp.118-124, 142-143, 168-169. 1946
  121  
"Caste and Village Organization in a Community of Northern India," (with Rudna Dett Singh) in A Reader in General Anthropology, ed. Carleton S. Coon. New York: Henry Holt and Co., pp.464-496. 1948
  121  
"Culture: The Human Enterprise," in Cultural Patterns. ("Patterns for Modern Living," Division 3.) Chicago: The Delphian Society, pp.1-39. 1950
  121  
"Indian Nomads of New Mexico," in Cultural Patterns. ("Patterns for Modern Living," Division 3.) Chicago: The Delphian Society, pp.177-223. 1950
  121  
"Village Life in North India," in Cultural Patterns. (Patterns for Modern Living," Division 3.) Chicago: The Delphian Society, pp.277-320. 1950
  121  
"Japan: The West of the East?" in Cultural Patterns. ("Patterns for Modern Living," Division 3.) Chicago: The Delphian Society, pp.417-466. 1950
  121  
"Living Patterns in the U.S.A." in Cultural Patterns. ("Patterns for Modern Living," Division 3.) Chicago: The Delphian Society, pp.517-577 1950
  121  
"A Failure Culture: The Siriono of Bolivia," in Cultural Patterns. ("Patterns for Modern Living," Division 3.) Chicago: The Delphian Society, pp.773-825. 1950
  121  
"An Approach to Mutual Understanding," in Cultural Patterns. ("Patterns for Modern Living," Division 3.) Chicago: The Delphian Society, pp.827-878. 1950
  121  
"The Creek 'Town' and the Problem of Creek Indian Political Reorganization," in Human Problems in Technological Change: A Casebook, ed. Edward H. Spicer. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1952, pp.165-180. Also published in a Spanish edition: Problemas Humanos en el Cambio Tecnologico (Mexico, D.F.: Editorial Letras, S.A.) 1963
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India. (Pamphlet.) Fund for Adult Education 1952
  121  
"India," in World Affairs Are Your Affairs. ("Publication Prepared for the Experimental Discussion Project of The Fund for Adult Education,") Karr Publication Service, pp.36-57 1952
  121  
"The Problem of Selective Culture Change," in The Progress of Underdeveloped Areas, ed. Bert F. Hoselitz. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp.126-134. 1952
  121  
"A Current Phase of Separatism in Social Science," in Problems in Social Psychology: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry, eds. J.E. Hulett, Jr., and Ross Stagner. Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press, pp.205-213. 1952
  121  
"Mass Communications and the Anthropologist," in Mass Communications Seminar, ed. Hortense Powdermaker. New York: Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Inc., pp.62-65, 97-100. 1953
  121  
Social Aspects of Technical Assistance in Operation. ("Publication of United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.") Printed by Drukkirij, Holland, N.V. Amsterdam April, 1954
  121  
Foreword in Indian Village by S.C. Dube. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, pp.ix-xii. 1955
  122  
"Nonpolitical Factors Conditioning India's Asia Policy," in India's Role in Asia. ("Proceedings of the 31st Institute of the Norman Wait Harris Memorial Foundation.") Chicago, p. 70-76. 1955
  122  
"The Village as an Entry to a Course on Indian Civilization," in Introducing India in Liberal Education, ed. Milton Singer. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp.80-89. 1957
  122  
"Spirit Possession in a Rural Area of Northern India," in Reader in Comparative Religion: An Anthropological Approach, eds. William A. Lessa and Evon Z. Vogt. Evanston. Ill. Row, Peterson and Co., pp.553-566. 1958
  122  
"Factors of Tradition and Change in a Local Election in Rural India," in Leadership and Political Institutions in India, eds. Richard L. Park and Irene Tinker. Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp.137-150. 1959
  122  
"Family, Anxiety, and Religion in a Community of North India," in Culture and Mental Health ed. Marvin K. Opler. New York: The Macmillan Co. Chapter 11. pp.273-289. 1959
  122  
"Cultural Anthropology," in A New Survey of the Social Sciences, ed. Baidya Nath Varma. Bombay, London, and New York: Asia Publishing House, Chapter 6, pp.59-72. 1962
  122  
"Cultural Anthropology and the Training of Teachers of Foreign Languages," in Seminar in Language and Language Learning: Final Report by Dwight L. Bolinger and others. Seattle: Univ. of Washington, pp.90-96. 1962
  122  
"Cultural Context and Population Control Programs in Village India," in Fact and Theory in Social Science, eds. Earl W. Count and Gordon T. Bowles. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, Chapter XIII, pp.201-221. (Douglas Gilbert Haring Festschrift) 1964
  122  
"Values and Education in Cultural Perspective," in Values in American Education, Bloomington, Indiana: Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., pp.115-137. (The report of a symposium sponsored jointly by Phi Delta Kappa International, Alpha Lambda Campus Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, Boston University.) Discussion of Opler's paper on pp.137-150. Comments by Opler on pp. 28-31, 53, 64-65, 65-66, 66-67, 69-70, 73, 74, 103, 172. 1964
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"Cultural Dynamics and Evolutionary Theory," in Social Change in Developing Areas: A Reinterpretation of Evolutionary Theory, eds. Herbert R. Barringer, George I. Blanksten, and Raymond W. Mack. Cambridge, Mass.: Schenkman Publishing Company, Inc., pp.68-96. Also published in Spanish edition, entitled Cambios Sociales en Legiones en Desarrollo. Mexico, D.F.: Editorial Roble, pp.79-110. 1965 and 1968
  122  
Recommendations for Future Research on the Processes of Cultural Change. (with Henry F. Dobyns, Allan R. Holmberg, and Lauriston Sharp). (A Report to the Office of Technical Cooperation and Research, U.S. Agency for International Development). Ithaca, N.Y.: Comparative Studies of Cultural Change, Dept. of Anthropology, Cornell University 1966
  122  
Some Principles of Cultural Change. (With Henry F. Dobyns, Allan R. Holmberg, and Lauriston Sharp). (A Report to the office of Technical Cooperation and Research, U.S. Agency for International Development). Ithaca, N.Y.: Comparative Studies of Cultural Change, Dept. of Anthropology, Cornell University. 1967
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Strategic Intervention in the Cultural Change Process. (With Henry F. Dobyns, Allan R. Holmberg, and Lauriston Sharp) (A Report to the Office of Technical Cooperation and Research, U.S. Agency for International Development). Ithaca, New York: Comparative Studies of Cultural Change, Dept. of Anthropology, Cornell University. 1967
  122  
Methods for Analyzing Cultural Change. (With Henry F. Dobyns, Allan R. Holmberg, and Lauriston Sharp). (A Report to the office of Technical Cooperation and Research, Agency for International Development). Ithaca, New York: Comparative Studies of Cultural Change, Dept. of Anthropology, Cornell University. 1967
  122  
"Developmental Change and the Nature of Man," in Perspectives in Developmental Change, ed. Art Gallaher, Jr. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, pp.17-35. 1968
  122  
"Culture and the Human Potential," in Human Potentialities: The Challenge and the Promise, ed. Herbert A. Otto. St. Louis, Mo.: Warren H. Green, Inc., pp.21-45. 1968
  122  
Apache Odyssey: A Journey between Two Worlds. New York: Holt, Reinehart, and Winston. 1969
  122  
(ed., with Keith H. Basso). Apachean Culture History and Ethnology. (Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, Number 21). Tucson: University of Arizona Press. 1971
  122  
"Pots, Apache, and the Dismal River Culture Aspect," in Apachean Culture History and Ethnology, eds. Keith H. Basso and Morris E. Opler. (Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, No.21). Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp.29-33. 1971
  122  
"Introduction," in Caste, Religion and Power: An Indian Case Study by Partap Centre for Industrial Relations, pp.ix-xi. 1971
  122  
"North Indian Themes--Caste and Untouchability," in The Untouchables in Contemporary India, ed. J. Michael Mahar. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp.3-13. 1972
  122  
The Creek Indian Towns of Oklahoma in 1937. Papers in Anthroplogy (University of Oklahoma), 13, No. 1 (Spring, 1972), 1-116. (whole issue) Spring, 1972
  122  
(ed.). Grenville Goodwin among the Western Apache: Letters from the Field. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. 1973
  122  
Lipan Ethnography- Miscellaneous Items
  122  
FERG (Alan): Correspondence, Photos, etc. 1937-1991
  122  
HEYE Foundation (Museum of the American Indian) 1987-1988
  122  
IRONS (Correspondence, etc.) 1982-1984
  122  
MANZANAR-Letters Prou ACLD and JACL, Inscriptions by Winin, (MEO File Drawer) Lucy Adams Letter, etc. 1943-1944
  122  
OMORI, Emiko and Chizu (Files on Internment and Loyalty Question) 1993
  122  
MATT MINES- Correspondence dictionary article on MEO
  122  
Perry, Edgar 1989
  122  
NORMAN- Current Items 1985-1987
  122  
Oklahoma and University of Oklahoma 1982-1985
  122  
M.E.O.- Ideas 1947-1978
  122  
M.E.O. Houors at O.U. (Authropology Award to Senstro and Native American Language Laboratory 1992
  122  
PENDING 1984-1986
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APACHE Research Items: Pending on Library 1917-1980
  122  
Peace River Films (Neil Goodwin) (Catalog) 1975
  122  
Houser, Allan Sculpture of Navajo Shepherders on O.U. Campus (from Houser file) (LRO copy) 1995-1996
  122  
Nostrand-Letter to MEO 1991
  122  
MANZANAR- Letters from ACLU and JACL Inscriptions by Wiring Master Copies from Xeroxing (Also Lucy Adams letter) 1943-1944
  122  
MANZANAR: Letters to MED from ACLU and JACL (Xerox copies) (Originals in File No.18-36) (Extras) 1943-1944
  122  
MANZANAR-uscriptions in briefs written by MEO and JACL foreward (Extra Copies) 1944
  122  
MANZANAR: Memo to MEO from Lucy Adams (Original in file No. 16-27) February 14, 1944
  122  
Lipan Ethnography-typed copy
  122  
Lipan Ethnography-to be typed
  122  
Oklahoma Observer: M.E.O. Items 1981-1982
  122  
MEO Bibliography-LRO copy, MEO biography-LRO copy 1907-1977
  122  
Morris E. Opler Bibliography (numbered) Extra Copies 1935-1977
  122  
Morris E. Opler Bibliography (not numbered) Exra Copies 1936-1977
  122  
Extra Copies of B58 "Apache Religion" 1989-1990
  122  
Extra Copies of B53 ("The Scott County Pueblo Site in Historical, Archaeological and Ethnological Perspective") 1982
  122  
Extra Copies of Articles (MEO) 1987
  122  
"The Apachean Culture Pattern and Its Origins," in Vol. 10, Southwest, ed. Alfonso Ortiz, of Handbook of North American Indians (gen. ed. William C. Sturtevant). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, pp.368-392. (Synonymy by William J. de Reuse, pp.385-392) 1983
  122  
"Chiricahua Apache," in Vol. 10, Southwest, ed. Alfonso Ortiz, of Handbook of North American Indians (gen. ed. William C. Sturtevant). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, pp.401-418. (Synonymy by Ives Goddard, pp.416-418) 1983
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"Mescalero Apache," in Vol.10, Southwest, ed. Alfonso Ortiz, of Handbook of North American Indians (gen. ed. William C. Sturtevant). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, pp.419-439. (Synonymy by Ives Goddard, pp.437-438) 1983
  122  
"Foreword," in The Western Apache: Living with the Land Before 1950 by Winfred Buskirk. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, pp.xi-xii. 1986
  122  
"Apache Religion," in The Encyclopedia of Religion, ed. Mircea Eliade et al. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. 1987
  122  
"Grenville Goodwin," in Western Apache Material Culture: The Goodwin and Guenther Collections, ed. Alan Ferg. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press (Published for the Arizona State Museum, The University of Arizona), pp.27-40 (Chapter 3). 1987
  122  
"The Scott County Pueblo Site in Historical, Archaeological, and Ethnological Perspective," in Pathways to Plains Prehistory: Anthropological Perspectives of Plains Natives and Their Pasts. Papers in Honor of Robert E. Bell, eds. Don G. Wyckoff and Jack L. Hoffman. (Oklahoma Anthropological Society Memoir 3. The Cross Timbers Heritage Association Contributions 1). Duncan, Oklahoma: The Cross Timbers Press, pp.135-144. 1982
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The Lipan and Mescalero Apache in Texas. (Report Prepared for the Lipan-Mescalero Land Claims Case in October, 1970). New York and London: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1974. (Published, together with the report of Verne F. Ray, as Apache Indians X, in series autitled "American Indian Ethnohistory.") 1973-1974
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General Information RE MEO Materials (Key to bibliography system, filing system, serials lists, courses given, etc.) 1935-1967
  123  
"The Concept of Supernatural Power among the Chiricahua and Mescalero Apaches," American Anthropologist, 37, No.1, 65-70. 1935
  123  
"The Mescalero Apache Bow-Drill," American Anthropologist, 37, No.2, 370. 1935
  123  
"A Note on the Cultural Affiliations of Northern Mexican Nomads," American Anthropologist, 37, No.4, 702-706. 1935
  123  
"The Psychoanalytic Treatment of Culture," Psychoanalytic Review, XXII, No.2, 138-157. 1935
  123  
"A Summary of Jicarilla Apache Culture," American Anthropologist, 38, No.2, 202-223. 1936
  123  
"The Kinship Systems of the Southern Athabaskan-Speaking Tribes," American Anthropologist, 38, No.4, 620-633 1936
  123  
"The Influence of Aboriginal Pattern and White Contact on a Recently Introduced Ceremony, the Mescalero Peyote Rite," Journal of American Folk-Lore, 49, Nos. 191-192, 143-166. 1936
  123  
"An Interpretation of Ambivalence of Two American Indian Tribes," Journal of Social Psychology, 7 (1936), 82-116. Reprinted in Reader in Comparative Religion, eds. William Lesa and Evon Vogt. Evanston, Ill.: Row, Peterson and Co., 1958 pp.374-389. Also New York, Evanston and London: Harper and Row, Publishers, 1965 (2nd ed.), pp.421-432. 1936-1965
  123  
"Some Points of Comparison and Contrast between the Treatment of Functional Disorders by Apache Shamans and Modern Psychiatric Practice," American Journal of Psychiatry, 92, No.6, 1371-1387. 1936
  123  
"Apache Data Concerning the Relation of Kinship Terminology to Social Classification," American Anthropologist, 39, No.2, 201-212. 1937
  123  
"A Chiricahua Apache's Account of the Geronimo Campaign of 1886," New Mexico Historical Review, No. 4, 360-386. 1938
  123  
"Further Comparative Anthropological Data Bearing on the Solution of a Psychological Problem," Journal of Social Psychology, 9, 477-483. November, 1938
  123  
"Humor and Wisdom of Some American Indian Tribes," New Mexico Anthropologist, III, No.1, 3-10. 1938
  123  
"Personality and Culture: A Methodological Suggestion for the Study of their Interrelations," Psychiatry, I, No.2, 217-220. 1938
  123  
"The Scared Clowns of the Chiricahua and Mescalero Indians," El Palacio, XLIV Nos. 10-12, 75-79. 1938
  123  
"The Use of Peyote by the Carrizo and Lipan Apache Tribes," American Anthropologist, 40, No.2, 271-285. 1938
  123  
"Anthropology, Democracy, and the School," California Journal of Elementary Education, VII, No.4, 206-209. 1939
  123  
"A Description of a Tonkawa Peyote Meeting Held in 1902," American Anthroplogist, 41, No.3, 433-439. 1939
  123  
"The Raid and War-Path Language of the Chiri. cahua Apache," (with Harry Hoijer), American Anthroplogist, 42, No.4, 617-634. 1940
  123  
"A Jicarilla Apache Expedition and Scalp Dance," Journal of American Folklore, 54, Nos. 211-212, 10-23. 1941
  123  
"Adolescence Rite of the Jicarilla," El Palacio, XLIX, No.2, 25-38. 1942
  123  
"Examples of Ceremonial Interchanges among Southwestern Tribes," The Masterkey, XVI, No.3, 77-80. 1942
  123  
"The Identity of the Apache Mansos," American Anthroplogist, 44, No.4, 725. 1942
  123  
Review article of The Status System of a Modern Community by W. Lloyd Warner and Paul S. Lunt, in American Sociological Review, 7, No.5, 719-722. 1942
  123  
"A Late Subscription," New Mexico Quarterly Review, XIII, No.1, 28-31. 1943
  123  
"Navaho Shamanistic Practice among the Jicarilla Apache," New Mexico Anthroplogist, Vols. VI, VII, No.1, 13-18. 1943
  123  
"On Method in the Writing of Anthropological Monographs," American Anthropologist, 45, No.2, 329-332. 1943
  123  
"The Jicarilla Apache Ceremonial Relay Race," American Anthropologist, 46, No.1, 75-97. 1944
  123  
"Cultural and Organic Conceptions in Contemporary World History," American Anthroplogist, 46, No.4, 448-460. 1944
  123  
"Resistances to Resettlement," Proceedings of the Western Farm Economics Association, pp.266-271. 1944
  123  
"Japanese Folk Belief Concerning the Snake," Southwestern Journal of Anthroplogy, I, No.2, 249-259. 1945
  123  
"The Bio-Social Basis of Thought in the Third Reich," American Sociological Review, X, No.6, 776-786. 1945
  123  
"Japanese Folk Belief Concerning the Cat," Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 35, No.9, 269-275 1945
  123  
"A Mescalero Apache Account of the Origin of the Peyote Ceremony." El Palacio, LII, No.10, 210-212. 1945
  123  
"Social Science and Democratic Policy," Applied Anthroplogy, 4, No.3, 11-15. 1945
  123  
"Themes as Dynamic Forces in Culture," The American Journal of Sociology, LI, No.3, 198-206. (Reprint No. A-179 in the Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in the Social Sciences.) 1945
  123  
"The Rice Goddess and the Fox in Japanese Religion and Folk Practice," (with Robert Seido Hashima), American Anthropologist, 48, No.1, 43-53. 1946
  123  
"A Recent Trend in the Misrepresentation of the Work of American Ethnologists," American Anthropologist, 48, No.4, 669-671. 1946
  123  
"The Use and Abuse of the Word 'Aryan'," El Palacio, LIII, No.1, 9-12. 1946
  123  
"The Slaying of the Monsters, A Mescalero Apache Myth," El Palacio, LIII, No.8, 215-225 and No.9, 242-258. 1946
  123  
"An Application of the Theory of Themes in Culture," Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 36, No.5, 137-166. 1946
  123  
"Chiricahua Apache Material Relating to Sorcery," Primitive Man, XIX, Nos.3 and 4, 81-92. 1946
  123  
"The Creative Role of Shamanism in Mescalero Apache Mythology," Journal of American Folklore, 59, No.233, 268-281. 1946
  123  
"Mountain Spirits of the Chiricahua Apache," The Masterkey, XX, No.4,125-131. 1946
  123  
"Psychiatry and Applied Anthropology in Psychological Warfare against Japan," (with Alexander H. Leighton), The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, VI, No.1, 20-27. Reprinted in The Process and Effects of Mass Communication, ed. Wilbur Schramm. Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press, pp.157-169. Also reprinted in part under title, "Psychological Warfare and the Japanese Eurperor," in Personalities and Cultures: Readings in Psychological Authroplogy, ed. Robert Hunt. Gardeu City, N.Y.: The Natural History Press (for the American Museum of Natural History), pp.251-260. 1967
  123  
"Reaction to Death among the Mescalero Apache," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 2, No.4, 454-467. 1946
  123  
"Rejoinder," The American Journal of Sociology, LII, No.1, 43-44. (Rejoinder to Albert K. Cohen's comment.) 1946
  123  
"Cultural Alternatives and Educational Theory," Harvard Educational Review, 12, No.1, 28-44. 1947
  123  
"The Use of the Political-Behavior Approach in Civic Education," (with William O. Penrose), Harvard Educational Review, 17, No.4, 242-253. 1947
  123  
"Fact and Fallacy Concerning the Evolution of Man," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, VII, No.4, 635-642. 1947
  123  
"Mythology and Folk Belief in the Maintenance of Jicarilla Apache Tribal Endogamy," Journal of American Folklore, 60, No.236, 126-129. 1947
  123  
"Notes on Chiricahua Apache Culture. 1.Supernatural Power and the Shaman," Primitive Man, 20, Nos. 1 and 2, 1-14. 1947
  123  
"Rule and Practice in the Behavior Between Jicarilla Apache Affinal Relatives," American Anthropologist, 49, No.3, 453-462. 1947
  123  
"Theories of Culture and the Deviant," An Educational Philosophy for Exceptional Children: Proceedings of the Spring Conference on Education and the Exceptional Child of the Child Research Clinic of The Woods Schools, Langhorne, Pa., pp.8-14. May, 1947
  123  
"Jicarilla Apache Fertility Aids, and Practices for Preventing Conception," American Anthropologist, 50, No.2, 359-361. 1948
  123  
"A Redefinition of Prejudice for Purposes of Social Science Research," (with William E. Vickery), Human Relations, 1, No.4, 419-428. 1948
  123  
"Some Implications of Culture Theory for Anthropology and Psychology," The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, XVIII, No.4, 611-621. 1948
  123  
"Some Recently Developed Concepts Relating to Culture," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 4, No.2, 107-122. 1948
  123  
"The Context of Themes," American Anthropologist, 51, No.2, 323-325. 1949
  123  
"Words Without Meaning or Culture," Word (Journal of the Linguistic Circle of New York), 5, No.1, 42-44. April, 1949
  123  
"The Tasks before Free India," The Delphian Quarterly, 33, No.3, 6-9. 1950
  123  
"India Plans Her Rural Economy," The Delpian Quarterly, 33, No.4, 4-7, 21. 1950
  123  
"Mescalero Apache History in the Southwest," (with Catherine H. Opler), New Mexico Historical Review, XXV, No.1, 1-36. 1950
  123  
"The Changing Status of Women in India," The Delphian Quarterly, 34, No. 2, 6-8, 21. 1951
  123  
"The Chinese Family under Communism," The Delphian Quarterly, 34, No.4, 1-4. 1951
  123  
"Economic, Political and Social Change in a Village of North Central India," (with Rudra Datt Singh), Human Organization, ll, No.2, 5-12. 1952
  123  
"Kashmir: Past Events and Future Prospects," The Delphian Quarterly, 35, No.3, 9-13. 1952
  123  
"North American Indians," Encyclopdia of the Tamil Academy, Madras, India. 1952
  123  
"Two Villages of Eastern Uttar Pradesh (U.P.), India: An Analysis of Similarities and Differences," (with Rudra Datt Singh), American Anthropologist, 54, No.2, 179-190. 1952
  123  
"Problems Concerning Official and Popular Participation in Development and Cultural Change, II. No.4, 269-278. 1954
  123  
"Some Recent Ethnographic Work in India," Bulletin of the Philadelphia Anthroplogical Society, 8, No.3, 4-5. May, 1955
  123  
Review article of Village India: Studies in the Little Community, ed. McKim Marriott, Far Eastern Quarterly, 26, 146-153. November, 1955
  123  
"The Extensions of an Indian Village," The Journal of Asian Studies, XVI, No.1, 5-10. Reprinted in Peasant Society: A Reader, eds. Jack M. Potter, May N. Diaz, and George M. Foster, Bosten: Little, Brown and Company, pp.42-47. Also reprinted in Articles and Excerpts to Accompany the Civilization of India Syllabus, Vol.I, ed. Joseph W. Elder (with the assistance of Willard L. Johnson and Christopher L. King). Madison, Wis: Dept. of Indian Studies, U. of Wisconsin, pp.2-4. 1956, 1966 and 1967
  123  
"Indian National and State Elections in a Village Context," (with William L. Rowe and Mildred L. Stroop), Human Organization, 18, No.1, 30-34. Reprinted in Studies in Indian Democracy, ed. S.P. Aiyar and R. Srinavasan, Bowbay, New Delhi, Calcutta, Madras, London and New York: ALlied Publishers Private, Ltd.), pp. 641-653. 1965
  123  
"Elsie Clews Parsons," Encyclopaedia Britannica, Chicago, Illinois. (Article written in 1959.) 1959
  123  
"Apache," Encyclopaedia Britannica, Chicago, Illinois. (Article written in 1959.) 1959
  123  
"New Approaches to North American Indian Traditions;" Journal of American Folklore, 72, No.284, 95-96. 1959
  123  
"Technological Change and Social Organization in a Village of North India," Anthropological Quarterly, 32, No.3, 127-133. Reprinted in condensed form in Selected Abstracts in Development Administration: Field Reports of Directed Social Change, eds. Donn V. Hart and Paul Meadows. (Publication No.3, Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University.) January, 1962
  123  
"Jicarilla Apache Fertility Aids, and Practices for Preventing Conception," American Anthropologist, 50, No.2, 359-361. 1948
  123  
"The Place of Religion in a North Indian Village," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 15, No.3, 219-226. 1959
  123  
"Component, Assemblage, and Theme in Cultural Integration and Differentiation," American Anthropologist, 61, No. 6, 955-964. 1959
  123  
"Considerations in the Cross-Cultural Study of Mental Disorders," The International Journal of Social Psychiatry, V, No.3, 191-196. 1959
  123  
"Recent Changes in Family Structure in an Indian Village," Anthropological Quarterly, 33, No.2, 93-97. 1960
  123  
"The Hijara (Hermaphrodites) of India and Indian National Character: A Rejoinder," American Anthropologist, 62, No.3, 505-511. 1960
  123  
"Myth and Practice in Jicarilla Apache Eschatology," Journal of American Folklore, 73, 288, 133-153. 1960
  123  
"Political Organization and Economic Growth--The Case of Village India," International Review of Community Development, No.5, 187-197. (Summary in Italian on pp. 199-201.) (This issue deals with and is entitled "Theories and Values.") 1960
  123  
"Cultures and Customs Throughout History," New York Herald Tribune, (Review article on paperbacks in archaeology and anthropology.) January 15, 1961
  123  
Articles on "Brahman", "Caste", "Kshatriya", "Sudra", and "Vaishya" in The Grolier Encyclopedia, New York, N.Y. (Written in 1961) 1961
  123  
"Cultural Evolution, Southern Athapaskans, and Chronology in Theory," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 17, No.1, 1-20. 1961
  123  
"Further Comparative Notes on the Hijara of India," American Anthropologist, 63, No.6, 1331-1332. 1961
  123  
"The Death Practices and Eschatology of the Kiowa Apache," (with William E. Bittle), Southwestern Journal of Anthrophology, 17, No.4, 383-394. 1961
  123  
"Two Converging Lines of Influence in Cultural Evolutionary Theory," American Anthropologist, 64, No.3, Pt.1, 524-547. 1962
  123  
"Integration, Evolution, and Morgan," Current Anthropology, 3, No.5, 478-479. 1962
  123  
"The Cultural Definition of Illness in Village India," Human Organization, 22, No.1, 32-35. 1963
  123  
"Testing and Evolutionary Theory," Human Organization, 22, No.2, 159-162. 1963
  123  
"Cultural Anthropology: An Addendum to a 'Working Paper," American Anthropologist, 65, No.4, 897-903. 1963
  123  
"Reflections on the Downgrading of Man and the Grading of Cultures: A Reply," American Anthroplogist, 66, No.2, 401-404. 1964
  123  
"Morgan and Materialism: A Reply to Thomas G. Harding and Eleanor Leacock," Current Anthropology, 5, No.2, 110-114. 1964
  123  
"Particularization and Generalization as Processes in Ritual and Culturre," Journal of Asian Studies, XXIII, 83-87 (special issue). Also appears as article in book entitled Religion in South Asia, ed. Edward B. Harper (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1964), pp.83-87. June, 1964
  123  
"The Human Being in Culture Theory," American Anthropologist, 66, No.3, 507-528. Reprinted in Readings in Anthroplogy. Vol.II, Cultural Anthropology, ed. Morton H. Fried. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, (2nd ed.), pp.19-42. 1964 and 1968
  123  
"The Lipan Apache Death Complex and Its Extensions," Southwestern Journal of Anthroplogy, I, No.1, 122-141. 1945
  123  
M.E.O.-Festschrift #2 and Dinner at AAA Meetings (Houston 12/1/77) 1976-1978
  123  
An Apache Life-Way-Republication 1965-1971
  124  
Larry Kelly Interviews of M.R.O. and Correspondence (File with M.E.O. Biographical Morris) 1976-1980
  124  
M.E.O.-Festschrift #1 1972-1977
  124  
"Cause, Process, and Dynamics in the Evolutionism of E.B. Tylor," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 20, No.2, 123-144. 1964
  124  
"The History of Ethnological Thought," in the Discussion and Criticism section of Current Anthropology, 6, No.3, 319-320. 1965
  124  
"Comment on Theodore Brameld," Human Organization, 24, No.4, 295. 1965
  124  
"More on the History of Ethnological Thought," in the Discussion and Criticism section of Current Anthropology, 7, No.3, 355. 1966
  124  
Article on "Apache Indians" in The American Peoples Encyclopedia, New York, N.Y. (Article written in 1966.) 1966
  124  
Article on "Themes of Culture" ("Kulturthemen"), in Worterbuch der Soziologie, ed. Wilhelm Bernsdorf. Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke. (Written in 1967: published in 1969.) Pages 609-611. 1967 and 1969
  124  
"Franz Boas: Religion and Theory," in the Letters to the Editor section, American Anthropologist, 69, No.6, 741-745. 1967
  124  
"Tylor's Application of Evolutionary Theory to Public Issues of His Day," Anthropological Quarterly, 41, No.1, 1-8. 1968
  124  
"Remuneration to Supernaturals and Man in Apachean Ceremonialism," Ethnology, 7, No.4, 356-393. 1968
  124  
"The Themal Approach in Cultural Anthroplogy and Its Application to North Indian Data," Southwestern Journal of Anthroplogy, 24, No.3, 215-227. 1968
  124  
"Palanquin Symbolism: The Special Vocabulary of the Palanquin-bearing Castes of North Central India," (with Shaligram Shukla), Journal of American Folklore, 81, No.321, 216-234. 1968
  124  
"Cultural Relativity, Modern Research, and Melville Herskovits," American Anthroplogist, 70, No.3, 563-564. 1968
  124  
"Western Apache and Kiowa Apache Materials Relating to Ceremonial Payment," Ethnology, 8, No.1, 122-124. 1969
  124  
"The Son and Daughter in Eastern Uttar Pradesh Proverbs and Sayings," (with Shaligram Shukla), The Anthroplogist (University of Delhi), Special Volume II, pp.15-21. (Issued in 1969). 1968-1969
  124  
"Jicarilla Apache Territory, Economy, and Society in 1850," Southwestern Journal of Anthroplogy, 27, No.4, 309-329. 1971
  124  
"Cause and Effect in Apachean Agriculture, Division of Labor, Residence Patterns, and Girls' Puberty Rites," American Anthropologist, 74, No.5, 1133-1146. 1972
  124  
"Lipan Apache Navigation," The Masterkey, 49, No.2, 70-72. 1975
  124  
Review article on The Jicarilla Apaches: A Study in Survival by Dolores A. Gunnerson, in Plains Anthropologist, 20, No.68, 150-157. Corrigenda are published in Plains Anthropologist, 20, No.70, 306. 1975
  124  
"Applied Anthropology (University of Oklahoma), 16, No.2, 1-77. 1975
  124  
Comment on "The Bow and the Hoe: Reflections on Hunters, Villagers, and Anthroplogists" by Sol Tax, Current Anthropology, 16, No.4, 531. (Issue in honor of Sol Tax) 1975
  124  
"Doctrinal vs. Statistical Interpretations: An Examination of Apachean Endogamy," The Masterkey, 49, No.4, 139-146. 1975
  124  
"Problems in Apachean Cultural History, with Special Reference to the Lipan Apache," Anthropological Quarterly, 48, No.3, 182-192. (Special issue, edited by Michael Kenny, in honor of Regina Flannery Herzfeld). 1975
  124  
"The Indian Consolidation Policy and the Chiricahua Apache," Papers in Anthroplogy (University of Oklahoma), 17, No.1, 43-50. 1976
  124  
"Harry Hoijer, 1904-1976: An Ethnologist's Appreciation," Papers in Anthropology (Univ. of Oklahoma), 17, No.2, 229-231. 1976
  124  
"Addendum to the Obituary of John P. Gillin," American Anthropologist, 78, No.4, 896-897. 1976
  124  
Comment on "Ancient Society and Morgan's Kinship Theory 100 Years After" by Raoul Makarius, Current Anthropology, 18, No.4, 720. 1977
  124  
"Preface," in special issue on the Philippines, Papers in Anthropology (University of Oklahoma), 19, No.1, i. (Spring) [First of two volumes on the Philippines]. 1978
  124  
"Preface," in special issue on the Philippines, Papers in Anthropology (University of Oklahoma), 19, No.2, i. [Second of two volumes on the Philippines] Fall, 1978
  124  
"Marvin Kaufmann Opler, 1914-1981," American Anthropologist, 83, No.3, 617-621. 1981
  124  
"Footnote to Woodbury's Letter," in the "Correspondence" section of Anthropology Newsletter, 28, No.1, 2. Jan., 1987
  124  
"Response to Dr. Farrer," in the "Past Is Present" section ("Further Amplification on Apache Fieldwork and the Schmerler Death"), Anthropology Newsletter, 28, No.3, 3. March, 1987
  124  
"Comment on 'Engineering Internment'," American Ethnologist, 14, No.2, 383. [Re article by Orin Starn on anthropologists and the War Relocation Authority] May, 1987
  124  
"A Further Note about the 1931 Field Party," in the "Past Is Present" section, Anthropology Newsletter, 28, No.8, 4. November, 1987
  124  
Reviews, R1-R8 inclusive 1930-1939
  124  
Reviews, R9-R18 inclusive 1940-1944
  124  
Reviews, R19-R29 inclusive 1945-1949
  124  
Reviews, R30-R37 1950-1954
  124  
Reviews, R38-R54 inclusive 1955-1959
  124  
Reviews, R55-R96 1960-1964
  124  
Reviews, R97-R102 inclusive 1965-1969
  124  
Reviews, R103-R111 inclusive 1970-1974
  124  
Reviews, R112-R inclusive 1975
  124  
MEO Biography--Biographical Materials (Folder #1) 1935-1994
  124  
MEO Biography--Biographical Materials (Folder #2) 1929-1984
  124  
MEO Biography--Biographical Materials (Folder #3) 1970-1992
  124  
MEO Biography--Biographical Materials (Folder #4) Minutes of meeting of Submcommittee on Training Fellowships, of Committee on Personality in Relation to Culture of Division of Anthropology and Psychology of National Research Council (M.E.O. correspondence with Kelly and Nyce) December 21, 1935
  124  
MEO Work in Press 1943-1995
  125  
MEO Bibliography--Extra Copies 1936-1977
  125  
Certificate and Citation from the University of Buffalo 1948
  125  
MEO Biography--Master Copy and Annual Report Material 1907-1989
  125  
MEO Bibliography--Master Copy (Also Themes Bibliography and South Asia Program Bibliography) 1936-1976
  125  
MEO Biography--Comments, Publicity, etc., on MEO Work 1937-1977
  125  
MEO Biography--Extra Copies 1907
  125  
Morris Opler Award Morris Op in Cultural Anthropology (Univ. of Oklahoma) (Extra Copies) May 10, 1992
  125  
Morris E. Opler Nature American Language Laboratory Dedication (Extra Copies) April 30, 1993
  125  
"The Territories of the Apache Groups of the American Southwest." (Typescript in 3 parts): Part I: Before American Occupation (23pp.) Part II: At and Immediately After American Occupation (26 pp.) Part III: The Evidence of Modern Investigation (59 pp.) (Report prepared for use in Indian claims.) Unpublished. 1907-1940
  125  
"Report on Observations at the Mescalero Reservation." (Report for Office of Indian Affairs, mimeographed for distribution by this office in September, 1936.) (Mimeographed, 23 pp.) Now published in M.E.O. article: "Applied Anthropology and the Apache," Papers in Anthropology (Univ. of Oklahoma), 16, No.2, 1-77. (A119) 1936 and Fall, 1975
  125  
"An Analysis of Mescalero and Chiricahua Apache Social Organization in the Light of Their Systems of Relationship" (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago, 1933. Typescript, 112pp., reproduced copy--in black binder) In this folder is a part of the dissertation (19 pp.), printed as a private edition, distributed by the University of Chicago Libraries, 1936. 1933 and 1936
  125  
"The Jicarilla Apache Indians and Their Territories." (Typescript, 28 pp.) (Report prepared for use in Indian claims for Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park, Calif.) Unpublished. 1846
  125  
"Anthropology and Indian Administration." (Outline of a course given at Sequoyah Indian School, summer, 1937.) (Mimeographed, 3 pp.) Unpublished. Summer, 1937
  125  
"Indian Organization and Related Problems on the San Carlos Reservation." (Report for Office of Indian Affairs in August, 1936.) (Typescript, 19 pp.) Now published in M.E.O. article: "Applied Anthropology and the Apache," Papers in Anthropology (Univ. of Oklahoma), 16, No.2 (Fall, 1975), 1-77. (A119) August, 1936 and Fall, 1975
  125  
"Report on the Fort Apache Indians of Arizona" (Report for Office of Indian Affairs, mimeographed for distribution by this office in 1936.) (Mimeographed, 37 pp.) Now published in M.E.O. article: "Applied Anthropology and the Apache," Papers in Anthropology (Univ. of Oklahoma), 16, No.2 (Fall, 1975), 1-77 (A119) 1936 and Fall, 1975
  125  
"Report of Meeting Feb. 8, 1937, with Fort Sill Apaches." (7 pp.) 1937
  125  
M.E.O. Correspondence with Collier (1937) and Beatty (1944). 1937 and 1944
  125  
Confidential Memorandum re conditions on the Jicarilla Apache reservation, submitted to John Collier, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, with covering letter dated July 10, 1936. 26 pp. (xeroxed copy) July 10, 1936
  125  
"Background Material for Film Documentary on the Removal of the Chiricahua Apache from the West." Prepared for Station KENW-TV, Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, New Mexico 88130. (Keith Kolb, Production Director). 1982
  125  
"Serious Thoughts about Laughter." (For office of Indian Affairs, prepared for a Gov't. pamphlet, 1936.) (Typescript, 4 pp.) 1936
  125  
Brief of Japanese American Citizens League in the Supreme Court of the United States (October term, 1944). (No. 22--Korematsu case re detention.) Unpublished. Reprinted as "The Case for the Nisei" by the Japanese American Citizens League. 1944
  125  
Brief of Japanese American Citizens League in the United States Circuit States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (No. 10, 299-- Citizenship case). Unpublished. 1943
  125  
"India Today." (Typescript, 9pp.). Unpublished.
  125  
"The Pattern of Spirit Possession in a Village of Northern India." (Typescript, carbon, 8pp.) Unpublished. 1947-1948
  125  
"Some Background Factors Pertinent to Population Control Efforts in Rural India." (Later revised for Haring Festschrift) 1958
  125  
Foreword prepared for book on suicide in comparative cultures by Elna Smith Melvin (Mrs. Bruce L. Melvin). (Typescript, 4pp.) The book was not published. 1947
  125  
"Education and the Development of Social Attitudes in a Preliterate and in a Modern Community." (A paper read before Symposium on Environmental Influences on Child Development, October 30, 1936, in Washington, D.C., under the auspices of the Society for Research in Child Development.) (Typescript, 11pp.). Unpublished. October 30, 1936
  125  
"Education and Social Science." (Typescript, 12pp.). Unpublished. 1947
  125  
"Survey of the Grosse Pointe Country Day School and the Detroit University School, Grosse Pointe, Michigan, 17-21 February 1948." (With P.J. Rulon, E.W. Flinton, L.J. Barry, F.G. Watson, and F.A. Zehrer). Unpublished. 1948
  125  
"Problems concerning Official and Popular Participation in Development Projects" (Prepared for UNESCO conference on Social Aspects of Technical Assistance Programmes for Economic Development). March, 1953. Unpublished. 1953
  125  
"Development of Pre-Industrial Areas: Theory, Research, and Policy." (Columbia University, University Seminar 415-416, Meeting of April 17, 1956.) Unpublished. 1956
  125  
Review of: Social Economy of a Polyandrous People by R.N. Saksena. Agra: Agra University Press. Pp. vii and 120. (Sent to American Journal of Sociology on December 26, 1956. Cannot find that it was published.) 1956
  125  
"Loyalty" Paper by MEO- Xerox Copies (3 MEO file copies and 1 working Copy) 1945
  125  
"Loyalty" Paper by M.E.O.- Xerox Copy for Frank Chuman 1943
  127  
"Loyalty" Paper by MEO 2nd (Final) Draft (Hold-Rough, Edited Copy) 1943-1982
  125  
"Loyalty Paper" by MEO- Typescript and Correspondence 1985
  125  
"Report on the History and Contemporary State of Aspects of Creek Social Organization and Government." (Report for Office of Indian Affairs, mimeographed for distribution by this office in July, 1937.) (Mimeographed, 43pp.) Now published in M.E.O. monograph: The Creek Indian Towns of Oklahoma in 1937. Papers in Anthropology (Univ. of Oklahoma), 13, No.1 (Spring, 1972), 1-116 (whole issue) (B50) 1937
  125  
"Report on Meeting with Creek Indians near Hana, Oklahoma." (Report for Office of Indian Affairs.) (Typescript, 6pp.) Now unpublished in M.E.O. monograph: The Creek Indian Towns of Oklahoma in 1937. Papers in Anthropology (Univ. of Oklahoma), 13, No.1 (Spring, 1972), 1-116 (whole issue) (B50) 1937
  125  
"Report of Meeting Held with Members of a Creek Town near Wetumka, Oklahoma, March 11." (Report for Office of Indian Affairs, 1937.) (Typescript, 10pp.) Now published in M.E.O. mongraph: The Creek Indian Towns of Oklahoma in 1937. Papers in Anthropology (Univ. of Oklahoma), 13, No.1 (Spring, 1972), 1-116 (whole issue) (B50) 1972
  125  
"Memorandum in Regard to Creek Towns." (Report for Office of Indian Affairs, 1937.) (Typescript, 7pp.) Now published in M.E.O. monograph: The Creek Indian Towns of Oklahoma in 1937. Papers in Anthropology (Univ. of Oklahoma), 13, No.1 (Spring, 1972), 1-116 (whole issue) (B50) 1937 and 1972
  125  
Miscellaneous Unpublished Materials 1947
  125  
Apache Odyssey- Publication 1968-1971
  125  
The Lipan and Mescalero Apaches in Texas (Univ. of Oklahoma Press) 1971
  125  
Lipan Ethnology- Publication 1969-1971
  125  
Cultural Anth. Book- Allyn and Bacon Publication 1965-1971
  125  
Theory Book-Harper Publication 1961
  125  
MEO Theoretical Essays- Publication 1963-1965
  125  
Arail- Publication (Spindler) 1958
  125  
Dobyns, Henry. "Historical Perspective" Newberry Library 1989
  125  
"Economic Realities, Factionalism, and the American Indian" Akwesashe Notes 1982
  125  
Book Reviews: Oglala Women: Myth, Ritual and Reality by Marla Powers 1988
  125  
Biolsi, Thomas "The American Indian and the Problem of Culture" American Indian Quarterly 1989
  125  
Hemphill, Joseph A. "The Development of Tribal Gov't. on the Wind River Indian Res. M.S.
  125  
Straus, Anne Sawyier "Being Human in The Cheyenne Way" 1976
  126  
Leacock, Eleanor "Some Aspects of the Philosophy of the Cheyenne and Arapano Indians"
  126  
Goddard, Ives. "Sketch of Arapaho Linguistic History" MS 1965
  126  
Gross, Feliks "Language and Value Changes Among the Arapaho" 1951
  126  
Weist, Katherine Morrett "The Northern Cheyennes: Diversity in a Loosely Structured Society" 1958 and 1962
  126  
A Problem and a Point of Departure
  126  
Golla, Susan "History and Social Structure Among the Indians of Western Vancouver Island 1986
  126  
Johnson, Thomas Hoevet "The Enos Family and Wind River Shoshone Society: A Historical Analysis" 1965,1969 and 1975
  126  
Copies of MEO articles for Western History. [Also update bibliography first] 1987
  126  
Songs-Social Dances, English Translations of 68-102
  126  
Xerox Copies fo Social Dance Songs 68-102
  126  
Songs Translations 27-67
  126  
Gahe Song, 27-67 Xerox Copy
  126  
Ludtke, Jean Edwards "The Mashpee Wampanoags: A Case of Ethnic Resurrection" 1974
  126  
Girl's Puberty Rite, Tipi Pole Song
  126  
English Translation- Puberty Rite Song 1-26
  126  
Norman Items 1994
  126  
War and Victory Songs Translations-2nd Copy English 103-107
  126  
Translation- War and Victory 103-107, Xerox Copy # 1
  126  
Moccasin Game Song, 108-110
  126  
Moccasin Game Song, 108-110, Xerox Copy # 1
  126  
Songs-Ceremonial Music, English Translation 2nd Copy, 111-124
  126  
Songs-Ceremonial Music, English Translation, 111-124, Xerox Copy # 1
  126  
Translation-Social Dances 68-102, Xerox Copy # 2
  126  
Song Texts, Girls Puberty 1-26, 2nd Copy in Apache
  126  
Cornell University Letter 1990
  126  
Correspodence- Luckert Texts-symbols
  126  
LRO- To Do
  126  
Gahe Songs-Texts-2nd Copy 27-67
  126  
Song Texts-2nd Copy, Social Dances, 68-102
  126  
War and Victory Dance Songs, 103-107, carbon song texts-2nd copies
  126  
Moccasin Game-108-110, Song Texts-2nd Copy-Carbon
  126  
Song Ceremonial Misc. 111-124, Texts 2nd Copy carbon
  126  
Moccasin Game-108-110 Texts 1st Copy
  126  
Ceremonial Songs 111-124, Texts 1st Copies
  126  
MEO Items to be sent Also Neil Goodwin List 1993
  126  
Trans-War and Victory 103-107, Xerox Copy # 2
  126  
McClellan (Type Cards) 1956-1981
  126  
Correspondence Apacheau Items, 1980-1984
  126  
trans.-Ceremonial Misc. 111-124, Xerox Copy # 2
  126  
Trans. Gahe, 27-67, Xerox Copy # 2
  126  
Apache Texts, Girls Puberty, 1-26, 1st Copy Apache
  126  
trans.-Puberty Rite-1-26, Xerox Copy # 2 1907-1997
  126  
Trans.-Moccasin Game 108-110 Xerox and Copy # 2
  126  
Articles about Bob Smith from Cornell Chronicle 1992-1993
  126  
Song Texts-Gahe-1st Copy, 27-67
  126  
Social Dances 68-102
  126  
War and Victory Dance Texts 1st Copy 103-107
  126  
Senior Citizen Information 1994
  126  
Allan Houser 1994
  126  
MEO Review- To Type 1983-1989
  126  
To Do
  126  
University of Oklahoma, Indiana University, and Meschalero-Chiricahua Songs, Misc.
  127  
Corrected Galleys of Apache, Song Texts in Apache Xerox Copy
  127  
Corrected Galleys of Apache Song Texts (in Apache) 1st Copy 1-124
  127  
"India." (Legal-sized typescript, 130pp.). Unpublished.
  127  
Court Cases 1861-1977
  127  
Court Cases 1831-1977
  127  
Court Cases 1975-1977
  127  
Mashpee Tribe v. New Seabury Corporation April 25,1977
  127  
Award Plaque on Morris E. Opler
  127  
Picture of Mr. Morris E. Opler and Mrs. Opler
  127  
(Large grey metal box) Morris E. Opler Addresses
  127  
(smaller grey metal box) Morris E. Opler: Biography Unpublished Material Themes Bibliography
  127  
(smaller grey metal box) Morris E. Opler: Bibliography
  127  
Wooden Award, Morris Opler, Fellow Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences 1956-1957
  127  
Morris and Lucille Opler Photo Album pictures taken by Peter and Monika Krawer 1980's
  127  
2 VHS tapes
  127  
Color Slides of India, 120-180 slides
  127  
Book, Ledger, Harriet E. Peterson 1956-1978
  127  
The University of Oklahoma Library 1724
  127  
Mrs. Lucille R. Opler, Photograph 1997
  127  
Mrs. Lucille R. Opler, Important Genealogical Information 1997
  127  
Mrs. Lucille Ritter Opler and/or Family 1997
  128  
Photography Of Mr. Morris E. Opler and Mrs. Lucille Ritter Opler
  128  
Diplomas, etc.
  132  
Varma, Baidya Nath A New Survey of the Social Sciences 1962
  132  
Nathonson, Jerome Science for Democracy 1946
  132  
Hulett, J.E. Jr., Stagner, Ross Problems in Social Psychology 1952
  132  
Opler, Morris E. Social Aspects of Technical Assistance in Operation 1954
  132  
Meister, Albert, editor Community Development 1960
  132  
Karr Publication Service World Affairs Are Your Affairs 1952
  132  
University of Chicago Press The American Journal of Sociology Nov. 1945
  133  
U. S. Declaration of Independence (printed copy) 7/4/1776
  133  
Virginia Declaration of Rights (printed copy) 6/12/1776
  133  
Navajo paintings and photographs
  133  
Apache photographs
  133  
Jicarilla and Navajo paintings
  133  
Jicarilla Girl's Puberty Rite (Paintings)
  133  
Jicarilla Relay Race (Paintings)
  133  
Jicarilla Holiness Rite (Paintings)
  133  
Unidentified ceremony (Paintings)
  133  
Unidentified paintings
  143  
Photo Album A: Indian [U.S.] Pictures and Manzanar 1935-1945
  143  
Photo Album B: U.S. 1932-1935
  143  
Photo Album: U.S. 1929-1931
  143  
Roll film negatives: Apache Mat. Cult. negatives/Possible negatives for an Apache Life-Way n.d.
 
Series IX. Oversize Material [series]:
  AA-16  
Maps- Manzanar
  AA-16  
'Combinations of Masks'
  AA-16  
Maps- Indian Lands and Reservations
  AA-16  
Maps- General Apache
  AA-16  
Maps- Lipan Apache
  AA-16  
Maps- Texas, Chisholm Trail
  AA-16  
Maps- Indian Reservation
  AA-16  
Maps- Senapur
  118  
Misc. Building Plans- Opler
  S18  
Maps- U.S.
  S18  
Maps- Mexico
  S18  
Maps- New Mexico
  S18  
Maps- Indian Reservations in U.S.
  S18  
Maps- Mescalero
  S18  
North American Indian Languages
  S18  
Maps- Western Apache (mostly AZ)
  S18  
Maps- U.S., 1857
  119  
Misc. hand-drawn maps of Indian towns and states