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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Carpenter, Edmund, 1922-2011
Dates:
1950
Abstract:  

This is a report to the American Philosophical Society summarizing archaeological data on Pennsylvania tumuli contained in manuscripts deposited in its library. This report includes essays on earlier theories, the position of the Iroquois, Carpenter's conclusions, and summaries of the Irvine Mounds group and the Sugar Run Mounds. There are also essays on Sugar Run pottery and skeletal remains by James B. Griffin and T. Dale Stewart.
Call #:  
Mss.913.748.C223
Extent:
1 Volumes



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Hanson, H. O.
Dates:
1952-1957
Abstract:  

The Santa Fe Fiesta and the Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial are two of the major cultural events held annually in New Mexico, both involving substantial participation by the Indian population of the state and region. The older of these, the Fiesta, originated in 1712 when the Spanish governor, the Marqués of Pañuela, set aside a day in September to commemorate the reconquest of the province by Don Diego de Vargas. Since 1919, the festival has been held annually and has increasingly become a celebration of traditional New Mexican culture and the varied ethnicities of its population. The Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial of Gallup, New Mexico, was organized by local businessmen and Indian traders in 1922 for "the encouragement of Indian arts and crafts and the education of whites to the beauties of Indian life" and for the "perpetuation of the dances, traditions and customs of Indian life." The H. O. Hanson Photograph Collection contains 34 large format (8x10") black and white prints, including sixteen images of the Inter-Tribal Ceremonial at Gallup, 1953 and 1954, four images of the Jemez Pueblo, and nine images of the Santa Fe Fiesta, 1952 and 1953. Hanson has not been further identified, but he may have worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Call #:  
Mss.B.H198
Extent:
0.1 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Jones, William, 1871-1909
Dates:
1903-1905
Abstract:  

The collection includes material relating to government, history, festivals, customs, games, etc. of the Ojibwe people. Also includes comments on the language; vocabulary, some items with English glosses; lists of bands and locations; and photographs of people, activities, dwellings, canoes, etc.
Call #:  
Mss.497.3.J71
Extent:
1 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Shields, Walter C.
Dates:
1911-1928
Abstract:  

Walter C. Shields was the Superintendent of Schools of the Northwest district of the Alaska division for the Bureau of Education of the United States Department of the Interior from 1910-1918. The photograph album reflects the dual role the Bureau of Education played in creating schools for Iñupiat children and domestic reindeer herding for their parents as part of a government project to impose Euro-American models of education and subsistence on Iñupiat communities. The 199 original black and white photographs, dated 1911-1913, reflect individual and group portraits of Iñupiat, interior and exterior views of their homes and schools, reindeer sleds and round-ups. Taken by Shields and his colleague H. Barnette, some specific locations include Barrow, Wainwright, Noatak, Selawik, Buckland, Candle, Deering, Wales, and Shishmaref. Nine other photographs, dated 1916, 1928, are of dwellings and dog sleds in the White Mountains.
Call #:  
Mss.SMs.Coll.4
Extent:
1 Volumes



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Gillespie, John D.
Dates:
1949-1961
Abstract:  

This collection pertains principally to the Cherokees of North Carolina and Oklahoma and to their language, ethnography, folklore, archeology, history, music, etc. Includes Indian studies and correspondence by Gillespie, notes on Indian dances and linguistics, bibliographies, publications of the Archaeological Society of Brigham Young University, and newspaper clippings. Also comprised of materials on: Apache, Calusa, Chippewa, Choctaw, Delaware, Eskimo, Fox, Iroquois, Karankawa, Kuchin, Louchens, Mattaponi, Muskogee, Navajo, Onondaga, Pueblo, Sauk, Seminole, Seneca, Shawnee, Sioux, Slave, Timucua, Tuscarora, Tutelo, and Wyandot. Contains: Gillespie, "A grammar of western dialect of Cherokee language of the Iroquoian family," 1949-1954 (131 pages); "Miscellaneous material on the Cherokee Indians and language"; "Miscellaneous items pertaining to the American Indian."
Call #:  
Mss.497.3.G41
Extent:
1 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
United States.Work Projects Administration (Pa.)
Dates:
1918-1948
Abstract:  

These are site reports on archaeological excavations in northern and western Pennsylvania and upstate New York. Most of the excavations were sponsored by the Pennsylvania Historical Commission (1929-1948). The reports include photographs, maps, and diagrams.
Call #:  
Mss.913.748.Un3
Extent:
2 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Crawford, James Mack, 1925-1989
Dates:
1906-1988
Abstract:  

James M. Crawford was a linguist who mainly studied Native American languages, including Cocopa, Yuchi, and Mobilian trade language. He came to the field of linguistics halfway through his lifetime after pursuing a career in forestry in the West and Southwest. After receiving his PhD in 1966 from the University of California at Berkeley, he returned to his birthplace, Georgia, where he taught in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Georgia at Athens. The collection is organized into seven series: I. Correspondence, 1964-1986; II. Subject Files, 1949-1987; III. Works by Crawford, 1962-1986; IV. Research NOtes & Notebooks, 1906-1988; V. Card Files, 1960s-1980s; VI. Course Material, 1961-1986; VII. Photographs, 1963-1978.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.66
Extent:
69 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Reina, Ruben E.
Dates:
1951-2004
Abstract:  

The Reina Papers contain the professional papers of cultural anthropologist Ruben E. Reina (1924-2016). Reina is an emeritus professor of anthropology and curator of ethnology who taught at the University of Pennsylvania and worked at that institution's University Museum of Archeology and Anthropology from 1957-1990. Broadly interested in modern and historical cultures of Central America, South America, and Spain, he is most widely known for his contributions to the study of the culture and peoples of Guatemala. The collection contains Reina's correspondence, administrative records, teaching materials, research notes, subject files, and written works from his career. Of particular interest are the notes from his fieldwork in Guatemala, Argentina, Spain, and Puerto Rico. A further significant component of the papers is the records of the Hispanic-Latin American Research Project. Reina served as director of the long-term project (1967-1988), during which a team of scholars compiled thousands of pages of Spanish colonial materials from the Archivo General de Indias (AGI) in Seville, Spain and Archivos General de Centro America (AGCA) in Guatemala. The Reina Papers serve as a vital storehouse of this important historical material.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.67
Extent:
80 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Eugenics Record Office
Dates:
1670-1964
Abstract:  

In 1910, the Eugenics Record Office was founded in Cold Spring Harbor, New York, as a center for the study of human heredity and a repository for genetic data on human traits. It merged with the Station for Experimental Evolution in 1920 to become the Department of Genetics at the Carnegie Institution, and under the direction of Charles B. Davenport and later of Albert Blakeslee and Milislav Demerec, it became the most important center for eugenic research in the nation. However with intellectual currents shifting, the Carnegie Institution stopped funding the office in 1939. It remained active until 1944, when its records were transferred to the Charles Fremont Dight Institute for the Promotion of Human Genetics at the University of Minnesota. When the Dight closed in 1991, the genealogical material was filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah and given to the Center for Human Genetics; the non-genealogical material was not filmed and was given to the American Philosophical Society Library. Following the original order, the ERO Records are organized into thirteen series: I. Trait Files, 1670-1964 ; II. Trait Card Boxes, 1904-1939 ; III. Family Traits Card Boxes, 1920-1939 ; IV. RFT Submitters Card Catalog, 1910s-1930s ; V. Record of Family Traits, 1911-1940 ; VI. Fitter Family Studies, 1913-1936 ; VII. Field Worker Files, 1911-1926 ; VIII. Volunteer Collaborators, 1912-1939 ; IX. Pedigrees, 1828-1926 ; X. Harry H. Laughlin Files, 1915-1938 ; XI. Bibliographia Eugenica, 1734-1934 ; XII. Midget Schedules, 1919-1964 ; XIII. Index Card Boxes, 1910s-1930s.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.77
Extent:
330.5 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Siebert, Frank T. (Frank Thomas), 1912-1998
Dates:
1929-1998
Abstract:  

Frank Siebert (1913-1998) is one of the key contributors to the field of Algonquian linguistics. While he did not pursue a degree in linguistics or anthropology, he independently acquired the skills and knowledge of a professional scholar. His work on Penobscot is some of the best and most comprehensive in existence. The Siebert Papers document the interest and work of Frank Siebert in the linguistics of the Algonquian family of languages, particularly Penobscot. The collection includes correspondence, research notes, drafts and published manuscripts by Siebert, as well as secondary sources consulted by Siebert. To a lesser extent, it contains material that documents Siebert's personal life, his interest in book collecting and his career as a physician.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.97
Extent:
41 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
American Philosophical Society
Dates:
1500-2000
Abstract:  

This online guide brings together photographs, engravings, lithographs, and paintings from a legacy APS collection known as the Prints and Photographs collection. The guide was created to provide online access to descriptive information for prints and photographs that were not associated with manuscripts collections. Some of these items are also described in the APS online public access catalog for printed materials. An in-house Print Collection card file arranged by name and subject provides item-level access to some of the items below and additional prints and photographs that do not yet have online descriptions. Former designations for these included the following: Persons, Places and things, Group pictures, Collections (manuscripts); Oversize--Persons, Oversize--Places and things, and Oversize--Collections (manuscripts). When researching at the library, please consult with reference staff to locate these items.
Call #:  
Mss.Prints
Extent:
1000 items



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Radin, Paul, 1883-1959
Dates:
Circa 1912-1959
Abstract:  

THIS COLLECTION IS CURRENTLY BEING PROCESSED. THE INVENTORY OF CONTENTS IS IN PROCESS, AS IS THE ORGANIZATION OF THE COLLECTION. There are notes, transcriptions, essays, etc., on the language and customs of several Indian tribes. There are numerous vocabularies, dictionaries, and grammatical notes on the Ho-Chunk, Patwin, and Huave tribes, and some items on the Fox, Tukudh, Pomo, Wappo, and Wintu; 79 notebooks, in English and Ho-Chunk, on myths, legends, stories, customs, dances, religious observances, costume, etc., of the Ho-Chunk, with some on the Ottawa and Ojibwa; notes on Ho-Chunk history; 2 boxes of Ho-Chunk phonetic texts; and significant material on Mexican Indians (Zapotec). Some of the items are typed copies of Radin's published studies.
Call #:  
Mss.497.3.R114
Extent:
12.5 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Sellers, Charles Coleman, 1903-1980
Dates:
Circa 1940-1978
Abstract:  

The collection of Charles Coleman Sellers (1903-1980) contains copious and detailed documentation of the art of Charles Willson Peale and his family. It consists of working files for Sellers's numerous publications, including his Portraits and Miniatures by Charles Willson Peale (1952); Charles Willson Peale with Patron and Populace (1969); C. W. Peale's Portraits of Washington (1951); Benjamin Franklin in Portraiture (1962); Mr. Peale's Museum (1980). Most files include photographs of the art work, notes on the piece, and correspondence with authorities or owners. Other series include one relating to the paintings of various other Peales, including Anna C., James, Mary Jane, Raphaelle, Rembrandt, Rubens, and Sarah Miriam, and a miscellaneous artist file, which includes the same type of material and information on many eighteenth- and nineteenth-century artists, including Thomas Eakins, George Healy, Robert Edge Pine, William Rush, Thomas Sully, Benjamin West, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, etc. There is a separate Sellers collection at Dickinson College, primarily personal in nature.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.3
Extent:
19.5 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Snyderman, George S., 1908-2000
Dates:
1758-1995
Abstract:  

Trained as an anthropologist under Frank Speck at the University of Pennsylvania, the ethnohistorian George Snyderman (1908- ) spent his career studying Seneca Indian religion, history, and culture. Snyderman edited the previously unpublished diaries of Halliday Jackson and John Phillips, Quaker missionaries to the Senecas in the late 18th and early 19th century. The Snyderman Papers includes a small volume of correspondence, along with manuscripts of works by Snyderman and colleagues, and copies of primary source materials pertaining to Seneca history. Of particular interest is his correspondence with anthropologists William N. Fenton, Merle Deardorff, and Frank Speck and with his Seneca consultant Clara Redeye and her daughter, Helen Harris, and photographs of the Allegany Senecas taken by Fenton and Speck.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.51
Extent:
3 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Wallace, Paul A. W.
Dates:
1920-2000
Abstract:  

The Paul A. W. Wallace Papers include correspondence to and from 20th century anthropologists, ethnologists, historians, linguists, and psychiatrists and provides a wealth of resources for the study of technological and social change, American Indians, culture and personality, revitalization movements, the anthropological study of religion, and the cultural and biological bases of behavior. The collection includes extensive correspondence with fellow scholars and Indian consultants, interviews with Indians of the Six Nations Reserve in Canada, and notes and photographs collected during his fieldwork among the Indians of New York State, Pennsylvania, and Canada.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.64b
Extent:
6.5 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Flexner, Simon, 1863-1946
Dates:
1891-1946
Abstract:  

Simon Flexner, born in 1863, one of the nation's leading experts in pathology and bacteriology, was most renowned for his research on cerebrospinal meningitis, polio and infantile paralysis. Arguably though, Flexner's stewardship of the Rockefeller Institute was his greatest contribution to medical and scientific research. His rise in the medical community began in the late nineteenth century in Louisville, Kentucky, where despite not having completed even the seventh grade, Flexner taught himself basic bacteriology by conducting experiments at home using a microscope borrowed from the pharmacy where he served as an apprentice. Granted a medical degree from the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 1889, he went on to a pathology fellowship at the newly opened John Hopkins School of Medicine. Within two short years of leaving Louisville, Flexner received an assistant of pathology appointment at Johns Hopkins. It was a quick ascent and the beginning of a long and brilliant career that included a prestigious appointment at the University of Pennsylvania and then a directorship at the new Rockefeller Institute where he realized his lifelong dream of creating a dynamic and productive research laboratory. The Rockefeller Institute became instantly famous worldwide as the preeminent research facility for virology and under Flexner's direction produced invaluable contributions in pathology, bacteriology, and immunology. This collection does not reflect the early phases of Flexner's career at Johns Hopkins but does document an early interest in meningitis and other infectious diseases with science-related correspondence, laboratory notebooks, and administrative correspondence with the New York City and State Departments of Health. There is abundant material on Flexner's directorship of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, including Flexner's search for staff, an involved process which is detailed in correspondence with the scientists, many of whom became quite famous. Also included is material relating to the other institutions and Rockefeller philanthropies with which Flexner was involved. (Among the most significant correspondence, however, may be that which documents the support of the General Education Board and the Rockefeller Foundation in the development and subsequent reorganization of medical schools following brother Abraham Flexner's scathing report on medical education in the United States and Canada). This collection would be of great interest to anyone interested in the history of bacteriology, histology, and immunology or the general history of modern medicine and philanthropy.
Call #:  
Mss.B.F365
Extent:
115.5 Linear feet
Subjects:  

Cairns, Hugh, Sir, 1896-1952 | Cannon, Walter B. (Walter Bradford), 1871-1945 | Carrel, Alexis, 1873-1944 | Cohn, Alfred E. (Alfred Einstein), 1879-1957 | Cole, Rufus Ivory, 1872-1966 | Conklin, Edwin Grant, 1863-1952 | Councilman, W.T. (William Thom | Diaries. | Diseases | Education-United States | Epidemics -- United States | Flexner, Abraham, 1866-1959 | Flexner, Simon, 1863-1946 | Gelatin silver prints | Gowen, John Whittemore, 1893-1 | Immunology | Indians of North America -- Arizona | Indians of North America -- New Mexico | Landscape photographs | Lee, Frederic S. (Frederic Sch | Leishman, William B., Sir, 186 | Levene, P. A. (Phoebus Aaron), | Mall, Franklin P. (Franklin Pa | Medical education-United States | Medical sciences-United States | Medicine-United States | Meltzer, Samuel James, 1851-19 | Meningitis, Cerebrospinal-United States | Mirsky, Alfred E. | Navajo Indians | Noguchi, Hideyo, 1876-1928 | Olitsky, Peter K. | Opie, Eugene L. (Eugene Lindsay), 1873-1971 | Osborn, Henry Fairfield, 1857- | Osten, Anna L. von der | Papago Indian Reservation (Ariz.) | Pathology-United States | Poliomyelitis-United States | Portrait photographs | Public Health-United States | Rockefeller Foundation | Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research | Sabin, Albert B. (Albert Bruce) | Saddington, Ronald S. | Shaw, Edward B. | Shope, Richard E. (Richard Edwin) | Smith, Theobald, 1859-1934 | Spielmeyer, W. (Walther), b. 1 | Stewart, Walter B. | Stokes, Joseph (1896-1972) | Thomas, M. Carey (Martha Carey | Vallery-Radot, Pasteur, 1886 | Van Slyke, Donald Dexter, 1883-1971 | Veblen, Oswald, 1880-1960 | Wadsworth, Augustus Baldwin, 1 | Welch, William Henry, 1850-1934



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Creator:
Heiser, Victor (Victor George)
Dates:
1890-1972
Abstract:  

Victor George Heiser, who was a preeminent public health physician, created a rich archive of material documenting all phases of his career, especially the international health work of the Rockefeller Foundation from 1915-1934. There are voluminous, detailed, and interesting diaries for the whole course of his adult life (1890-1972). There are notebooks reflecting on his early training and work (1890-1907), and lectures he attended at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia (1897).
Call #:  
Mss.B.H357.p
Extent:
64.5 Linear feet
Subjects:  

American Medical Association | American Red Cross. Italian Commission of 1917 | Appleman, Leighton F. | Asia, Southeastern -- Politics and government. | Asia, Southeastern -- Social conditions. | Aztec calendar | Banana plants -- Central America | Buck, Pearl S. (Pearl Sydenstricker), 1892-1973 | Burrows, Samuel J. | Carpenter, Frank W. (Frank Watson), 1871-1945 | Central America -- Politics and government. | Central America -- Social conditions. | China -- Politics and government. | China -- Social conditions. | Diaries. | Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955 | Emerson, Haven, 1874-1957 | Epstein, Max, 1875-1954 | Flexner, Abraham, 1866-1959 | Forbes, W. Cameron (William Cameron), 1870-1959 | Gelatin silver prints | Harrison, Francis Burton, 1873-1957 | Heiser, Victor (Victor George) | Indians of Central America -- Languages -- Writing | Industrial hygiene -- United States. | Italy -- History -- 1914-1922. | Lambert, S. M. (Sylvester Maxwell) | Leprosy. | Letterbooks. | Mayan languages -- Writing | Medical care -- Asia, Southeastern. | Medical care -- Central America. | Medical care -- China. | Medical care -- Philippines. | Medicine. | Miller, Fred D. | National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) | Newspaper clippings. | Philippines -- Politics and government -- 1898-1935. | Philippines -- Social conditions -- 1898-1935. | Phinney, Charles H. | Physicians -- United States. | Rockefeller Foundation | Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960 | Rose, Wickliffe, 1862-1931 | Thomas Jefferson University. Jefferson Medical College. | United States. Public Health Service | University of the Philippines. | Wood, Leonard, 1860-1927



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Russell, Richard Joel, 1895-1971
Dates:
Circa 1930-1971
Abstract:  

This collection includes correspondence, lectures, notebooks, reports, photographs, and maps. There is much in Russell's papers concerning the Department of Geography at L.S.U., as well as faculty and research concerns and other needs of the university.
Call #:  
Mss.B.R91,.d,.m,.n
Extent:
6 Linear feet