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Series I. Vocabulary organized by root [series]:
Folder titles of the vocabulary are not all inclusive and are copied directly without verification of their contents. Due to poor handwriting on the folders there may be errors in spelling. Folder titles are made up of a "root" and contain words using that "root", followed by English definitions. There seems to be no order at all in any of the vocabularies and the folder titles have vague relationships to their contents. Presuming original order of the material has been maintained this would appear to be a naming and ordering system that only Schuller understood.

  10A  
Vus-kus, round-full, Vo-Kua
  10A  
Mul-pul, to congregate round
  10A  
Ul-ol-ur-or-il, ir-el-er
  10A  
Ub-up-pup-uba, hollow, round, blowing
  10A  
Up-op-pop, to congregate
  10A  
Mu-pu-po, celestial bodies
  10A  
Pu-po, celestial body
  10B  
Ama, ma, vua, maize and related ideas
  10B  
Ong-ung-eng-kung, etc, hollow-round
  10B  
Ib-ip, force, strength
  10B  
Is, to see, sight, eagle, bird, and so forth
  10B  
Ui-vui-hui
  10B  
Pa-pam-ap-apa
  10B  
Ek, black, cold, and related ideas
  10B  
Eu, teu cold; ras, fresh green etc.
  10B  
Co-tsu-su, might, black, cold
  10B  
Lum, earth and related ideas
  10B  
Ku-kuk-kok, recipient
  10B  
Different Animals
  10B  
Ka-ca-koi-cai-tsa-ka, tsa ta, sa, fish and so on
  10C  
Bibliography
  10C  
Tan, ak, kat, hol, fire and related ideas
  10C  
Kui, tree, hui fruits, flower, mountain, Maya
  10C  
Ki-si-ci-tsi, hot, sun, fire, tree, forest, etc.
  10C  
Ok-uk, us, is, to drink, throat, recipient
  10C  
Uh-ux-uk, to drink, smoke, breatje, to kiss and so on
  10C  
Su-tsu-cu-tsi
  10D  
Tel, ter
  10D  
Ethnography: dress
  10D  
mats, serpent, snake
  10D  
to, so, dug
  10D  
pek, s-pek, toad, frog, tortoise
  10D  
ala, sala, snake serpent
  10D  
koi-sui, rabbit, hare
  10D  
Uk-um, dove
  10D  
Pets, etc., duck, goose, zanate
  10D  
am, spider
  10D  
xex, fly, mosquito
  10D  
cic, iron
  10D  
ma, negative
  10D  
Mem, mo, dumb, stupid, silly
  10D  
Aur, corn, nose
  10D  
Cil, hair, beard
  10D  
Ti, meat, eat, mouth
  10D  
Pathology, sickness and so on
  10D  
ia, ya, was, quas, iya, water
  10D  
Lem, thunder, thunderbolt, flash, etc.
  10D  
Hen-mem, flash of
  10D  
Kap-kop, word, language
  10D  
Garrot
  10D  
Ik-uk-sik-suk, wing, point, top
  10D  
Ni, nose, point
  10D  
Mai, tobacco
  10D  
Gi, blood, sap, juice, sweat
  10D  
Ki-kik-ik-ic, blood
  10D  
Ut-tut-ot-tot
  10D  
Kot ko akat, dance, drum, mask
  10D  
Ma, celestial bodies
  10D  
Thunder, lightning, rain, storm, and related ideas
  10D  
At, ata, had, hot, sun, tree, wood, house
  10E  
Different Maya Kice
  10E  
Differnt Karib Arawak
  10E  
Plants
  10E  
Family and Affinity
  10E  
Tir-Ter
  10E  
BLV
  10E  
Al
  10E  
Al, recipient
  10E  
Bi-pe-be-pi, bin-pin-bu-bo
  10F  
San Jose
  10F  
Im-imu, mu-mu-ru
  10F  
Tir, Ter
  10F  
Ka-ch-tsa-sa, Ke-ki, stone, bone, hard, etc., ak-hag, xak, ok, uk, ek, ik
  10F  
Ak, stone
  10F  
Ca-sa, stone, hard, bone, tooth, and so on
  10F  
Ka, stone, bone, hard
  10F  
Sa, stone, tooth, earth, bone, hard
  10F  
Ca, stone, bone, hard
  10F  
Bak-pak, hard, bone, puak-poka
  10F  
Tsa-tsap-tso-tsop-tsu
  10F  
pac, pok, pox, po, stone, bone, hard, mud, etc.
  10F  
Ot-oc-ots, bone, hard, stone, etc.
  10F  
Ots-ok to enter
  10F  
Ko, co, stone, bone, hard
  10F  
Ok-uk, ots, oc, stone, bone, hard, etc.
  10F  
E, te, ek,ok, ce-ke, et, tet, it, cen-ken, gen, stone, tooth, earth, hard, bone, cave
  10F  
En, tsen, kill, mountain
  10F  
To, tu, stone
  10F  
Tun, ton, tu, stone
  10F  
Yu-ub, huy-ub
  10F  
Ka-ak-aka-aga, ca, akal, agal, sa, akua, gua, tsa, kua, gua
  10F  
Ko, ok, ku, tso, ots, uk, yo, kuk, xu, so, su, to, tu
  10F  
Ku-uk, up
  10F  
Ke, to, ye-he, ki, ti, yi
  10F  
Te
  10F  
Ap-tap-lak
  10F  
Ta-tan
  10F  
Guatuso The making pottery
  10G-10K  
Series II. Vocabulary cards with bibliographic information [series]:
3x5 cards of vocabulary, subject, and names. Divided into unlabeled sections with no apparent or decipherable order.

 
Series III. Papers and Correspondence [series]:
  10L  
Index, printed guides, calendars for the collection. Provenance information.
  10L  
Lists of materials offered for sale by Schuller; correspondence between Schuller and Hodge re the acquisition of the collection, etc.
  10L  
Biographic info and old index.
Includes photos of Schuller.

  10L  
Microfilm sequence index
  10L  
About 5,000 words taken from each one of the known Maya-K'ice (Quiche) languages. A semantic study of different archaic Maya- K'ice forms.
434 large sheets. A few have notes on versos, a few inserted small sheets.

  10L  
Maya-K'ice elements in a series of Karib-Aruak (Arawak) languages, embracing the archaic forms in all known Maya-K'ice tongues.
138 large sheets.

  10L  
Comparative Maya-K'ice glossary.
152 sheets. Materials taken from Stoll, Rockstroh, Sapper, and so forth, each sheet dedicated to a particular word (man, woman, etc.) with definitions for 1-22A [languages?] on each sheet.

  10L  
Spanish-Totonaca glossary
77 sheets, unpublished. Compiled from a manuscript in the possession of Tulane University.

  10L  
Extract of the Doctrina Christiana in the Mexican Indian language
9 sheets, at the end of the above Spaish-Totonaca glossary. Annotated by R. Schuller.

  10L  
Maya-K'ice studies, mostly a linguistic comparison of Maya-K'ice forms with the respect.
96 large sheets. Includes: Archaic roots Mixe-Ayook (Balimar) p.1-8. Maya-K'ice studies: Sexual parts p.9-11; U1- atole, and related ideas p.12-13; Roots: Ac-aci, etc. p.14-23; Vocabulary from Steinen, Leipzig 1892 p.24-28; Roots: Kua, etc. p.29-49; Extracts from Steinen, Greenberg p.50-59; Extracts from the Motul Maya dictionary (ms, Peabody Museum, Harvard) p. 60-78; Extracts from "Brebe Noticia de 10s vocablos mas usuales de la lengua Kakchiquel," Peabody Museum ms. p.79-96.

  10L  
A study of the linguistic map of Hondorus, C.A., according to Indian geographical nomenclature.
187 sheets, containing several thousand Indian place names. Materials gathered by R. Schuller in 1927 which were to be published to show the geographical distribution of the different Indian languages of Honduras.

  10L  
Extracts made from Membreño, Alberto. Nombres Geográficos Indigenas de la República de Honduras. 1901. 26p.
  10L  
Guia de Agrimensores o sea Recopilacion de Leyes Agrarias. Por Antonio Vallejo. Tegucigalpa. Tipografia Nacional. Avenida Cervantes Número 42. 1911.
  10L  
Maya K'ice. Lenca-Karib-Arawak
43 sheets

  10L  
Maya-K'ice elements in Zoque-Mixe taken from Lenguas Indigenas de Centro America by Ferraz y Fernandez Guardia
19 sheets

  10L  
Mam glossary taken from Arte y Vocabulario de la lengua Mame by Father Diego de Reynoso
21 sheets with annotations.

  10L  
Additions to Stoll's Aguacateca glossary
7 sheets

  10L  
Comparative Vocabularies of different Maya-K'ice Dialects
9 sheets. Four languages, Aguacateca, Mam, Jacalteca, Cuxe.

  10L  
Extracts of Stoll's Ixil tract, a Maya-K'ice language
61 sheets with annotations by Schuller.

  10L  
Contribucción a1 Estudio de Las Lenguas Aborigines de El Salvador. (Especialmente de la antigua Provincia de Chaparrastique-San Miguel), por Rudolf Schuller.
54 sheets.

  10L  
Pipil poetry and a short vocabulary from El Salvador, C.A.
Obtained from an Indian of Izalco, 1925.

  10L  
Facsimile of the Pineda Map of America, 1519.
From Navarrete "Coleccion de Documentos". Madrid.

  10L  
On the value of the Spanish money (coins) and weight of the earlier part of the 16th century.
Notebook titled Medidas Pesos Moneda with inserts. Compiled by R. Schuller according the most reliable sources of information.

  10L  
Correspondenz über den Historiographen Ulrich Schmiedel.
Letters, unpubl., on the historian Ulrich Schmiedel between R. Schuller and Dr. Mondschein of Straubing, the birthplace of that famous chronicler of the first and the most important Spanish settlement in the countries of River Platte, (1535-1555.)

  10L  
Notes on Uspanteca (Pokonchi dialect) of Guatemala.
43 sheets

  10L  
Notes on the Tzotzil language of Chiapas.
According to Jose Maria Sanchez, 1895 and others, 21 sheets.

  10L  
Notes on the linguistic map of El Salvador, C.A.
  10L  
Notes mostly geographical , or place-names of Indian origin.
Unpublished, 10 large sheets.

  10L  
Extracts from Father Beltrán, Maya grammar.
1859 (2nd edition) with notes by R. Sch. 40 sheets.

  10L  
Extract from a very short Trique glossary, with place names in Mexican and in Trique (native tongue of Oaxaca).
  10L  
Modo deaprender la lengua Ixil.
Copy of an unpubl. ms. fragment dealing with the Ixil language, a Maya- K'ice dialect of Guatemala, C.A. 10 sheets with notes by R. Sch.

  10L  
Folklore: Native poetry of South America including Bolivia.
148 sheets collected during many years in South America partly from very scarce broad-sides, and partly from mss. sources.

  10L  
Grammar and vocabulary 1685-1695 from Moran, Francisco. Art en lengua Ch'olti, 1695.
Annotated copy of ms. in Gates collection , Tulane University . Also included: parts of the human body; Indian community, family and so forth; ethnography; nature; adjective attributive; verbs; participles; colours.

  10L  
29 negatives of the famous collection of gold objects from burial-places in Caldas, the Quimbaya region of Central Colombia, S.A.
  10L  
13 Maps of different Middle American republics, from Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen.
Maps are folded and are large. Maps by Dr. Carl Sapper.

  10L  
Unpublished Barbacoa glossary.
Taken by R. Sch. at Popayan, Southern Colombia, S.A.

  10L  
Place names of southern Colombia, all of Indian origin, elements for a linguistic chart of that section of Colombia.
  10L  
Geographical names, mostly of the Choco languages of central and western Colombia.
  10L  
A Choco glossary
From a scarce printed book by Uribe

  10L  
List of place names of Indian origin of northern Colombia, Cartagena.
  10L  
Notes on the relationship of the Xinca language of Guatemala to Maya-K'ice.
Unpublished linguistic comparisons, with notes which the author intended to publish but left unfinished.

  10L  
An unpublished account made in Latin by the Jesuit Father Sanmartoni (Szehtmartony)
A Hungarian, former astronomer of the Indians of the Jesuit Missions on the Upper Amazon and its tributaries. XVIII century. Original preserved at the National Library, Rio de Janeiro. See Catalogo da Exposigao Brazileira.

  10L  
Notes on entirely unknown Indian languages of Ecuador, S.A.
Gathered by R. Schuller, from "Relaciones Geograficas."

  10L  
Catalina II, the Empress of Russia, and her relations to American linguistics.
Notes on a very scarcely known document.

  10L  
On the Motilon Indians, of Western Venezuela.
Unpublished ms. copies by R. Schuller (1910) in the Deposito Hidrografico, Madrid.

  10L  
Relacion del Alto Orinoco.
Unpublished ms. from the Munoz Collection, Madrid. Copied by R. Schuller. 1910.

  10L  
Fragment of Betoye Glossary.
Unknown if this was published. 5 sheets (Segue o vocabulario do Rio Putumayo).

  10L  
Fragment of Karth Glossary from Upper Orinoco.
Unpublished ms. copied by R. Schuller, 1910, Madrid. (Idioma Carihe de Cuando estuve en el Orinoco).

  10M  
Copy of a Matlatzinca vocabulary
From the handwritten annotations in Vocabulario en lengua Castelland y Mexicans, 1555 by Alonso de Molina. 1544 sheets.

  10M  
Photostat of mss. "A List of the Native Languages of the Latin American Countries,"
Compiled by Dr. Rudolph R. Schuller.

  10M  
A list of the Native Languages of the Latin American Countries.
Typescript compiled by Dr. Rudolph R. Schuller. Includes correspondence from T. Franklin Currier of Harvard College Library.

  10M  
Misc. correspondence and newspaper clippings.
Includes letters from A. Breton, 1912, 1913, 1914. List of folio contents of ms J. 92 in Biblioteca National and letters from staff members there. List of contents of folios of unidentified ms. from Ville de Besançon, Bibliotheque Publique made by George Gazier, conservateur and letters from staff there. News clippings about Schuller.

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

  10M  
Repertorio Americano vol. 16, no. 22
  10M  
Repertorio Americano vol. 17, no. 3
  10M  
El Maestro vol. 1, nos. 5 and 6.
"La posicion etnologica de los indios de Talamanca, Costa Rica, C. A, por Rodolfo Schuller"

  10M  
Buschmann, J. C. E.
One typed sheet of titles by this author.

  10M  
Anales del Museo Nacional de Arqueologia, Historia y Etnografia vol. 1, no. 2.
"La lengua Chinanteca del estado Oaxaca, por Rudolf Schuller."

  10M  
Schuller Rudolf Revista Americana vol. 1, no. 9.
"Um livro americano unico."

  10M  
Lehmann, Walter Revista Americana
"Problemas Americanistas"

  10M  
Schuller, Rudolph Journal of American Folk-Lore vol. 28, no. 60
"Native poetry of northern Brazil"

  10M  
Schuller, Rudolph Journal of American Folk-Lore, vol. 26, no. 52
"Paraquay native poetry"

  10M  
Schuller, Rudolpho R. Boletim do Museu Goeldi, vol. 6
"A Couvade"

  10M  
Schuller, Rudolfo R, Revista de Archivas, Bibliotecas y Museos
"Linguistica Americana: notas Bibliograficas" with correspondence.

  10M  
Schuller, Rudolph Archivos del Folklore Cubano, vol. 4, no. 2
"El huracán; dios de la tormenta, y el Popol-Vuh"

  10M  
Schuller, Rudolph Anales Universitarios, vol. 1, no. 4
"La organizatión de la familia de los pueblos mas primitives."

  10M  
Casanova, P. González Anales del Museo Nacional de Arguelogia, Historia y Etnografias, vol. 1, no. 5
"Los idiomas popolocas."

  10M  
Fernandez, Miguel Angel Monumentos Arquelogicos, vol. 1
"El juego de pelota de Chichen-Itza, Yucatan."

  10M  
Casanova, P. González Anales del Museo Nacional de Arquelogia, Historia, y Etnografia, vol. 1, no. 1
"Nota sobre la lengua Chinanteca."

  10M  
Department of Middle American Research of the Tulane University of Louisiana Its Activites and Its Aims
  10M  
Schuller, Rudolph American Anthropologist, vol. 29, no. 2
"The native country of the Maya-K'ice Indians"

  10M  
American Anthropologist, vol. 18, no. 4 Discussion and correspondence
"Discovery of New Materials of the Moseten Idiom"

  10M  
Anthropos: Revue Internationale d 'Ethnologie et de Linguistique, vol . 7, no. 6
Pages 987-1018.

  10M  
Anthropos: Revue Internationale d 'Ethnologie et de Linguistique, vol. 8, nos. 2 and 3
Pages 365-396.

  10M  
Anales Universitarios, vol. 1, no. 5
Just the cover.

  10M  
Bibliography sheets attributed to Schuller
Cards and typed half sheets. Half sheets cover 1904-1931 with entries of his publications arranged chronologically.

  10M  
Seven extracts from newspapers.
  10M  
Photostats of title pages of manuscripts relating to Matlatzinca language
Copied from the original in the John Carter Brown Library.

  10M  
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.

  10M  
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.

  10M  
Palino, Celstino Vocabulario Totonaco
Xalapa- Enriquez: Oficina tipografica del gobierno desestado.

  10M  
Revista del Archivo y de la Biblioteca Nacional de Honduras, vol. 3, nos. 2-16
"El Popol Vuh"

  10M  
Revista de etnología arquelogía, y lingüística, vol. 1, nos. 1 and 2
  10M  
Drawings for proposed book plate.
Appear to be by Schuller for his own books.

  10M  
Schuller, Rodolfo R. Accerca del "Yslario General" de Alonzo de Santa Cruz"
Extracted from the 18th International Congress of Americanists. Marshall H. Saville Collection.

  10M  
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.

  10M  
Schuller, Rudolf R. Zur affinitát der Tapúya-Indianer des 'Theatrum Rerum Naturalium Brasiliae