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Series IV. Printed Material [series]:
Folders with reprints of Schuller's scientific papers and others, partially annotated by Schuller

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Repertorio Americano vol. 16, no. 22
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Repertorio Americano vol. 17, no. 3
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El Maestro vol. 1, nos. 5 and 6.
"La posicion etnologica de los indios de Talamanca, Costa Rica, C. A, por Rodolfo Schuller"

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Buschmann, J. C. E.
One typed sheet of titles by this author.

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Anales del Museo Nacional de Arqueologia, Historia y Etnografia vol. 1, no. 2.
"La lengua Chinanteca del estado Oaxaca, por Rudolf Schuller."

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Schuller Rudolf Revista Americana vol. 1, no. 9.
"Um livro americano unico."

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Lehmann, Walter Revista Americana
"Problemas Americanistas"

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Schuller, Rudolph Journal of American Folk-Lore vol. 28, no. 60
"Native poetry of northern Brazil"

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Schuller, Rudolph Journal of American Folk-Lore, vol. 26, no. 52
"Paraquay native poetry"

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Schuller, Rudolpho R. Boletim do Museu Goeldi, vol. 6
"A Couvade"

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Schuller, Rudolfo R, Revista de Archivas, Bibliotecas y Museos
"Linguistica Americana: notas Bibliograficas" with correspondence.

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Schuller, Rudolph Archivos del Folklore Cubano, vol. 4, no. 2
"El huracán; dios de la tormenta, y el Popol-Vuh"

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Schuller, Rudolph Anales Universitarios, vol. 1, no. 4
"La organizatión de la familia de los pueblos mas primitives."

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Casanova, P. González Anales del Museo Nacional de Arguelogia, Historia y Etnografias, vol. 1, no. 5
"Los idiomas popolocas."

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Fernandez, Miguel Angel Monumentos Arquelogicos, vol. 1
"El juego de pelota de Chichen-Itza, Yucatan."

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Casanova, P. González Anales del Museo Nacional de Arquelogia, Historia, y Etnografia, vol. 1, no. 1
"Nota sobre la lengua Chinanteca."

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Department of Middle American Research of the Tulane University of Louisiana Its Activites and Its Aims
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Schuller, Rudolph American Anthropologist, vol. 29, no. 2
"The native country of the Maya-K'ice Indians"

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American Anthropologist, vol. 18, no. 4 Discussion and correspondence
"Discovery of New Materials of the Moseten Idiom"

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Anthropos: Revue Internationale d 'Ethnologie et de Linguistique, vol . 7, no. 6
Pages 987-1018.

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Anthropos: Revue Internationale d 'Ethnologie et de Linguistique, vol. 8, nos. 2 and 3
Pages 365-396.

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Anales Universitarios, vol. 1, no. 5
Just the cover.

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Bibliography sheets attributed to Schuller
Cards and typed half sheets. Half sheets cover 1904-1931 with entries of his publications arranged chronologically.

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Seven extracts from newspapers.
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Photostats of title pages of manuscripts relating to Matlatzinca language
Copied from the original in the John Carter Brown Library.

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Schuller, Rudolph The Oldest Known Illustration of South American Indians
Reprint from Indian Notes, vol . 7, no. 4, 1930. Associated letter from C. Wilberforce Eames, 12/14/30.

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Morley, Sylvanus Griswold Congres des Americanists, compte-rendu de la 21st session
"The earliest Mayan dates." Published by the Goteborg Museum. . Signed by Frans Blom.

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Palino, Celstino Vocabulario Totonaco
Xalapa- Enriquez: Oficina tipografica del gobierno desestado.

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Revista del Archivo y de la Biblioteca Nacional de Honduras, vol. 3, nos. 2-16
"El Popol Vuh"

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Revista de etnología arquelogía, y lingüística, vol. 1, nos. 1 and 2
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Drawings for proposed book plate.
Appear to be by Schuller for his own books.

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Schuller, Rodolfo R. Accerca del "Yslario General" de Alonzo de Santa Cruz"
Extracted from the 18th International Congress of Americanists. Marshall H. Saville Collection.

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A Nova Gazeta da Terra do Brasil (Newen Zeytunq auss Presillg Landt) e sua origem mais provavelu
Published in Rio de Janeiro. Extr. do vol. 33 dos Annaes da Biblioteca Nacional. Includes a pasted in photograph of Schuller and annotations.

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Schuller, Rudolf R. Zur affinitát der Tapúya-Indianer des 'Theatrum Rerum Naturalium Brasiliae