E. Adamson Hoebel Papers

Mss.Ms.Coll.43

Date: 1925-1993 | Size: 11.75 Linear feet

Abstract

Edward Adamson Hoebel (1906-1993) was an anthropologist and educator best known for his studies of the legal systems of pre-literate societies. Graduating from Columbia, where he had studied with Ralph Linton, Franz Boas, and Ruth Benedict, Hoebel early became a scholar on the legal cultures of the Plains Indians, including the Comanches and Cheyennes. After appointments at New York University and the University of Utah, he spent the majority of his academic career at the University of Minnesota, from which he became emeritus professor in 1972. The E. Adamson Hoebel Papers (1925-1993) contain correspondence, subject files, manuscripts of published and unpublished works by Hoebel, papers by colleagues and students, Hoebel's research notes, course materials, and photographs.

Background note

Edward Adamson Hoebel (1906-1993) was an anthropologist and educator best known for his studies of the legal systems of pre-literate societies. Hoebel was born 16 November 1906 in Madison, Wisconsin. His father, Edward Charles Gilbert Hoebel, was vice president of Madison Saddlery Company; his mother, Kathryn Arnold, served as the Civil Service Commissioner for the state of Wisconsin. Hoebel received his undergraduate education in sociology and economics at the University of Wisconsin in 1928. After studying for a year as an American Exchange Fellow at the Universität Köln, Hoebel earned his master's degree at the New York University in 1930. His thesis was titled "Home Conditions and Delinquency Among Adolescent Boys."

Hoebel began his ground-breaking work in primitive law as a doctoral student at Columbia University, originally under the direction of Franz Boas and Ruth Benedict. However, when Hoebel expressed an interest in doing dissertation research on the legal systems of the Plains Indians, he noted that his advisors' reactions were typical of the anthropological views of primitive law at that time: "Franz Boas could tell me...that aboriginal American Indian tribes had no law. Ruth Benedict could simply say, 'I know nothing about it.'" (Ser. III, The American Behavioral Scientist--Preface, Nov. 1981) Boas put Hoebel in contact with Karl N. Llewellyn, Betts Professor of Law at Columbia. Llewellyn, a legal realist who believed that the heart of law is in how a society actually handles disputes rather than in written legal codes per se, was interested in Hoebel's ideas and agreed to serve as his advisor. Hoebel did field research on Comanche legal systems at the Santa Fe Laboratory of Anthropology (Ralph Linton, director), and his dissertation findings were published in an article titled "The Political Organization and Law-ways of the Comanche Indians." In 1934, Hoebel received his PhD degree in anthropology.

After graduation from Columbia, Hoebel and Llewellyn continued their fruitful collaboration, a relationship that established a model for interdisciplinary studies in law and anthropology. Together they developed the trouble-case method for investigating the legal systems of non-literate societies, which they presented in The Cheyenne Way: Conflict and Case Law in Primitive Jurisprudence (1941). Central to this method was the concept of law-jobs, which operate regardless of whether a legal system is considered primitive or advanced. To Hoebel, as well as to many legal scholars, the ideas presented in The Cheyenne Way suggested applications to the legal systems of contemporary literate societies. Hoebel pursued such a line of research in his studies of Pakistan's legal systems and through his involvement in activities such as the World Law Project, a pilot study that sought to compare legal systems throughout the world.

In addition to his field research, Hoebel contributed to anthropology as an educator, both as a teacher and as a writer. From 1929 until 1948 Hoebel taught sociology and anthropology at New York University, where he attained the rank of assistant professor. For the next six years he was professor and head of the anthropology department at the University of Utah. Hoebel served as Dean of Arts and Sciences during his last year at Utah (1953-1954), his only venture into university administration. While at the University of Utah, Hoebel published his first undergraduate textbook, Man in the Primitive World: An Introduction to Anthropology (1949). This highly successful and widely used text was translated into seven languages and updated in subsequent editions.

From 1954 until 1968, Hoebel chaired the anthropology department at the University of Minnesota, during which time he added ten new faculty members to the department. In keeping with his strong commitment to undergraduate education, Hoebel instituted a departmental policy requiring all professors to teach introductory sections to ensure that the student's first encounter with anthropology was a good one. In 1966, Hoebel published his second major introductory textbook, Anthropology: The Study of Man. That same year, the University of Minnesota honored him with the title of Regents Professor, the highest award given to faculty members. Hoebel remained actively involved at the University of Minnesota until 1972, after which time he continued as emeritus and adjunct professor of law.

Hoebel's academic career included several visiting professorships at the universities of Harvard, Chicago, Nijmegen, Arizona, and Lehigh. Concurrent with his academic work, Hoebel participated in several projects that applied anthropological theories and methods to contemporary problems. During the summer of 1944, Hoebel served as community analyst for the War Relocation Authority at the Granada Relocation Center in Amache, Colorado. In that capacity, he facilitated the reassimilation of evacuees into American life. Between 1943 and 1949, Hoebel worked with Llewellyn to study the law-ways of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico. Through these studies, Hoebel and Llewellyn were able to assist the Pueblo Indians in framing their legal codes in a way that would be understandable and acceptable in federal and state courts. Hoebel's other nonacademic service included consulting as a special officer of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (1969-1973), as well as participating in the development of specialized research and training programs of the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the Social Science Research Council.

Hoebel received wide recognition for his many contributions to the field of anthropology. His papers include letters of appreciation from his students, many of whom continued to correspond with him throughout their careers. Hoebel's professional colleagues elected him president of the American Ethnological Society from 1946-1947 and of the American Anthropological Association from 1956-1957. In 1963, he became a member of the American Philosophical Society. Hoebel died in 1993, survived by his wife Irene and his son, Bartley Gore Hoebel, a psychology professor at Princeton University.

Scope and content

The E. Adamson Hoebel Papers (1925-1993) contain correspondence, subject files, manuscripts of published and unpublished works by Hoebel, papers by colleagues and students, research notes by Hoebel, course material, and photographs, which document Hoebel's career as an anthropologist.

The papers (26 boxes; 14 linear feet) are divided into seven series:

Series I. Correspondence, 1925-1993(9 boxes; 4.5 linear feet)
Series II. Subject Files, 1927-1993(4 boxes; 2.0 linear feet)
Series III. Works by Hoebel, 1927-1987(4 boxes; 2.0 linear feet)
Series IV. Works by Others, 1934-1991(2 boxes; 0.5 linear feet)
Series V. Research notes, 1932-1950(9 boxes; 4.75 linear feet)
Series VI. Course materials, 1930s-1980(2 boxes; 0.25 linear feet)
Series VII. Photographs, 1928-1976?(1 box; 0.25 linear feet)
Series II. Oversized materials(4 boxes; 2.0 linear feet)

Oversized materials follow the same series arrangement as noted above. Cross referencing to oversized material appears on the folders in the standard sized boxes. All photographs and negatives have been removed from Series I-VI and placed in Series VII. Cross references appear in the original series. Reprints have been moved to the printed materials collection of the APS library. If a reprint was found as an enclosure, a photocopy of the title page was filed in its place. To retrieve reprints, consult the card catalog for printed materials.

Digital objects note

This collection contains digital materials that are available in the APS Digital Library. Links to these materials are provided with context in the inventory of this finding aid. A general listing of digital objects may also be found here.

Collection Information

Provenance

The Hoebel Papers were donated to the APS Library by E. Adamson Hoebel in 1985 (Accession 1985-924ms) and in 1987 (Accession 1987-1563ms). After his death, additions were made to the collection through the estate of E. Adamson Hoebel in 1993 (Accession 1993-1749ms), 1994 (Accession 1994-771ms), and 1995 (Accession 1995-960ms and Accession 1995-1180ms).

Accruals:

Addition of Sept. 16, 1994: Approximately 1 linear foot of correspondence with business associates and fellow anthropologists (1920s-1990s; bulk:1928-1945). Also included are notes Hoebel used for his doctoral dissertation on the Comanche Indians (1930s) and materials regarding the planning of the first summer training institute of the Social Science Research Council, which was held at the Harvard School of Law (1955). One linear foot of textbooks and articles written by Hoebel were donated with the manuscript materials, which have been transferred to the Printed Materials Department.

Addition of November 1995: Included correspondence, information on the Handbook of North American Indians, works by Hoebel, and works by others. ca. 30 items (1960s-1990s).

Preferred citation

Cite as: E. Adamson Hoebel Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information

Catalogued by Jan Ballard and Miriam Spectre, November 1995.

Bibliography

Hoebel, E. Adamson, Anthropology and the Human Experience, 5th ed. (New York: McGraw Hill, 1979). Call no.: 572 H67a

Cohoe, A Cheyenne sketchbook, commentary by E. Adamson Hoebel and Karen Daniels Petersen (Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1964). Call no.: 970.3 C66c

K.N. Llewellyn and E. Adamson Hoebel, The Cheyenne Way : conflict and case law in primitive jurisprudence (Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1961). Call no.: 970.3 L77

Ernest Wallace and E. Adamson Hoebel, The Comanches : Lords of the South Plains (Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1952). Call no.: 970.3 W15c

E. Adamson Hoebel, Man in the Primitive World: An Introduction to Anthropology (New York : McGraw-Hill, 1949). Call no.: 572 H67m

Indexing Terms


Corporate Name(s)

  • American Anthropological Association
  • Science Museum of Minnesota.
  • United States. War Relocation Authority

Genre(s)

  • Field notes.
  • Gelatin silver prints
  • Interviews
  • Lectures
  • Manuscripts (for publication)
  • Nitrate negatives
  • Photoprints
  • Slides.

Geographic Name(s)

  • Fort Hall Indian Reservation (Idaho)

Personal Name(s)

  • Adams, Richard E. W., 1931-2015
  • Beals, Ralph L. (Ralph Leon), 1901-1985
  • Benedict, Ruth, 1887-1848
  • Blumer, Herbert, 1900-1987
  • Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
  • Chiba, Masaji
  • Du Bois, Cora Alice, 1903-1991
  • Eggan, Fred, 1906-1991
  • Fenton, William N. (William Nelson), 1908-2005
  • Frost, Everett
  • Gluckman , Max, 1911-1975
  • Goldfrank, Esther Schiff
  • Gravel, Pierre Bettez
  • Hoebel, E. Adamson (Edward Ada
  • Hsu, Francis L. K., 1909-
  • Llewellyn, Karl N. (Karl Nicke
  • Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978
  • Nicholson, Maggi E.R.
  • Oliver, Douglas L.
  • Opler, Morris Edward, 1907-1996
  • Paddock, John
  • Petersen, Karen Daniels
  • Visscher, Maurice B., 1901-1983
  • Wallis, Ruth Sawtell, 1895-197
  • van den Steenhoven, Geert

Subject(s)

  • Arms control
  • Cheyenne Indians
  • Comanche Indians
  • Disarmament.
  • Indians of North America -- Idaho
  • Indians of North America -- Wyoming
  • Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
  • Law, Primitive
  • Plains Indians
  • Pueblos -- New Mexico
  • Shoshoni Indians
  • Sun-dance

Collection overview

1931-19929 boxes; 4.75 linear feet

Incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, carbons, telegrams, and postcards generated during Hoebel's career. Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then chronologically within each folder. When a correspondence file includes letters to a third party (i.e., not Hoebel), the name is indented under the folder title.

Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically. Enclosed manuscripts have been removed from this series and placed in Series III or IV as appropriate. As with the reprints, a photocopy of the title page was filed with the original letter. Cross references are also given for enclosed photographs, which have been removed to Series VII. Letters of reference are filed under the name of the person who is the subject of the letter.

Correspondents in Series I include:

The bulk of this series covers the 1950s to the 1970s. Correspondents include anthropologists, students, some Native Americans (Juanito Medina), and publishers (McGraw-Hill). Among the topics covered in this series are: Hoebel's affiliations with the American Anthropological Association and the Science Museum of Minnesota; his career at the University of Minnesota; his involvement in the War Relocation Authority; and conferences that he attended.

Missing Title
  1. Adams, Richard E.W.
  2. Beals, Ralph L.
  3. Blumer, Herbert
  4. Chiba, Masaji
  5. Du Bois, Cora
  6. Eggan, Fred
  7. Fenton, William N.
  8. Frost, Everett
  9. Gluckman, Max
  10. Hsu, Francis L.K.
  11. Llewellyn, Karl N.
  12. Mead, Margaret
  13. Nicholson, Maggi E. Read
  14. Oliver, Douglas L.
  15. Opler, Morris
  16. Paddock, John
  17. Petersen, Karen Daniels
  18. van den Steenhoven, Geert
  19. Visscher, Maurice B.
  20. Wallis, Ruth
  21. Wittfogel, Esther S.
1927-19934 boxes; 2.0 linear feet

Reports, clippings, programs, transcripts, awards, and reviews and publishers' promotional materials for Hoebel's books. The folders are arranged alphabetically by topic, and items within the files are arranged chronologically. Seven of the files contain case reports from the archives of the United Pueblos Agency, which Hoebel and Llewellyn used to supplement their research on the law-ways of the Keresan Pueblo Indians. This series also includes materials documenting Hoebel's career at the universities of Utah and Minnesota, as well as his involvement in the War Relocation Authority, the World Law Project, and the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. A file with biographical information is included in this series.

1927-19874 boxes; 2 linear feet

Handwritten and typed notes, outlines, and drafts of lectures, articles, books, and reviews; in some instances published works are also included. This series is arranged alphabetically by title. For each work, the notes, drafts, and published versions are filed together. The series contains several papers Hoebel wrote as a student, including his thesis and dissertation; the oldest item in the series is a paper written in 1927 for an introductory course in economics. Manuscript versions of A Cheyenne Sketchbook and The Cheyennes: Indians of the Great Plains are included in this series, as well as unpublished legal codes written for the use of the Kerasan Pueblo Indians. A file with bibliographic information is included in this series.

1934-19912 boxes; 0.25 linear feet

Papers written by students of Hoebel for courses that he taught, as well as articles and papers written by colleagues such as Max Gluckman. O. Meredith Wilson's lecture about Hoebel's contribution to anthropology is in this series. Also included is a review written by Pierre Bettez Gravel of Hoebel's book, Anthropology: The Study of Man, and Hoebel's response to the review. This series is arranged alphabetically by author and then by title.

1932-19509 boxes; 4.75 linear feet

Notes on the subjects of the Mandans; Pueblos; Sioux; and the "General Phonetic Scheme." There are also notes on interviews with Zia Pueblos; Shoshone tales, including Coyote Tales; and notes and collected materials on the Plains Indians. Also in this series are seven card files: "Comanche Field Notes"; "Ethnographic Notes From Library Sources" (2 boxes); "Hopi Notes"; "Northern Cheyenne Field Notes"; "Northern Shoshone Notes, Seedeater Shoshone Folktales, and Unidentified Notes"; and "Pueblo Notes."

1930s-19802 boxes; 0.25 linear feet

Course notes and outlines for lectures that Hoebel gave for anthropology courses at the University of Minnesota in the 1960s and 1970s; a legal anthropology course at the University of Arizona, 1974-1975; and an anthropology and law seminar at Lehigh University in 1980. Also included in this series are notes that Hoebel took as a student at Columbia University in the classes of Franz Boas and Ruth Benedict, among others.

1928-1976?2 boxes; 0.25 linear feet

Prints, slides, and one negative. Subjects and people depicted are often identified by Hoebel on the back of the photograph, and Hoebel himself appears in most of the pictures. Several of the photographs are attached to passports, which range in date from 1928 to 1975. One photograph shows Hoebel talking to two of his Shoshone informants.

Native American Images Note : In 1933-1935, while studying the legal systems of the pre-literate, E. Adamson Hoebel took these photographs and slides of the Cheyenne, Comanche and Shoshone of Wyoming and Idaho, respectively. The fifteen black and white gelatin silver prints present native Cheyenne consultants and a brief look at the Comanche brush dance. Of note, twenty-six glass negative slides giving step-by-step detail of the Shoshone sun dance, including the sun-pole, the buffalo-head, and the grass offering. Other images in the collection include color slides of an undated trip to Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado that show cliff dwellings of the Pueblos. An oversize blueprint map includes Native American tribe settlements in Wyoming, Idaho, Utah and Nevada.



Detailed Inventory

Series I. Correspondence
1931-19929 boxes; 4.75 linear feet

Incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, carbons, telegrams, and postcards generated during Hoebel's career. Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then chronologically within each folder. When a correspondence file includes letters to a third party (i.e., not Hoebel), the name is indented under the folder title.

Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically. Enclosed manuscripts have been removed from this series and placed in Series III or IV as appropriate. As with the reprints, a photocopy of the title page was filed with the original letter. Cross references are also given for enclosed photographs, which have been removed to Series VII. Letters of reference are filed under the name of the person who is the subject of the letter.

Correspondents in Series I include:

The bulk of this series covers the 1950s to the 1970s. Correspondents include anthropologists, students, some Native Americans (Juanito Medina), and publishers (McGraw-Hill). Among the topics covered in this series are: Hoebel's affiliations with the American Anthropological Association and the Science Museum of Minnesota; his career at the University of Minnesota; his involvement in the War Relocation Authority; and conferences that he attended.

Missing Title
  1. Adams, Richard E.W.
  2. Beals, Ralph L.
  3. Blumer, Herbert
  4. Chiba, Masaji
  5. Du Bois, Cora
  6. Eggan, Fred
  7. Fenton, William N.
  8. Frost, Everett
  9. Gluckman, Max
  10. Hsu, Francis L.K.
  11. Llewellyn, Karl N.
  12. Mead, Margaret
  13. Nicholson, Maggi E. Read
  14. Oliver, Douglas L.
  15. Opler, Morris
  16. Paddock, John
  17. Petersen, Karen Daniels
  18. van den Steenhoven, Geert
  19. Visscher, Maurice B.
  20. Wallis, Ruth
  21. Wittfogel, Esther S.

Aborn, Murray
1963 box 1
Acosta, June
1983-1984 box 1
Adair, John
  box 1

See Ser.I, Wittfogel, Esther S.

Adams, Richard Edward Wood
1969, 1976-1986 box 1
Aldine Publishing Company
1970 box 1
Allen, Jerry
1967-1972, n.d. box 1
Alliance College
1966-1971 box 1
Alpenfels, Ethel J.
1958 box 1
American Anthropological Association
1938-1974 box 1

See also Ser.II, same title; Mead, Margaret; Murdock, George P.; Sapir, Edward; Tax, Sol

American Anthropologist
1938-1941, n.d. box 1

Linton, Ralph

American Antiquity
1940-1941 box 1
American Association for the Advancement of Science
1970 box 1
American Association of Law Schools
1962 box 1
American Bar Foundation
1968 box 1
American Book Company
1945-1947 box 1
American Council of Learned Societies
1939, 1947 box 1
American Ethnologist
1977 box 1
The American Folklore Society, Inc.
1940-1941 box 1
American German Student Exchange, Inc.
1928-1929 box 1
American Indian Culture and Research Journal
1982, 1984 box 1
American Indian Quarterly
1974 box 1
American People's Encyclopedia
1945 box 1
American Philosophical Association
1962 box 1
American Philosophical Society
1960-1987 box 1
The American University
1973 box 1
Amherst College
1963 box 1
Amo, D. Curtis
1962-1963 box 1
Anderson, Jacquelyn
1962 box 1
Archer, Roger W.
1976-1992 box 1
Arensberg, Conrad M.
1979-1981 box 1
Arnold, Louis G.
1964 box 1
Aron, Terry
1975 box 1
Aschenbrenner, Peter J.
1971 box 1
Aschenbrenner, Stan E.
1968 box 1
Asenap, Herman
1933-1934 box 1
Ashley-Montagu, M.F.
1938 box 1
The Asia Foundation
1956 box 1
Assier-Andrieu, Louis
1988 box 1
Association for Anthropological Diplomacy
1982 box 1
Atheneum Press
1971 box 1
Auerbach, Carl A.
1968, 1980 box 1
Baber, Ray E.
1932-1949 box 1

University of Maine

Ball, Jane A.
1979, 1983 box 1
Barker, Robert W.
1957-1958 box 1
Barnes and Noble
1940 box 1
Barnett, H.G.
1940 box 1
Barnum, Cyrus
  box 1

See Ser.III, Barnum, Cyrus--Memorial

Barry, J. Neilson
1941 box 1
Beals, Ralph L.
1958-1982 box 1

Currier, Richard L.; Kaiser, Susan; See also Ser.I, Currier, Richard L.

Bean, Atherton
1972, 1981 box 1
Beardsley, Richard K.
1956 box 1
Beattie, J.H.M.
1958 box 1
Becker, Georg
1974-1975 box 1

Becker, The

Becker, The
  box 1

See Ser.I, Becker, Georg

Beidelman, Thomas O.
1962 box 1
Benedict, Ruth
1938, 1947 box 1
Benjamin, Gail R.
1969 box 1
Bentley, Harold W.
1954, 1956 box 1
Berea College
1931 box 1
Berman, Harold J.
  box 1

See Ser.I, Social Science Research Council. Institute in Law and Social Relations

Bernheimer, Charles L.
1935-1936 box 1
Bicchieri, Marco
1973, 1981, 1985 box 1
Bieder, Robert E.
1970-1975, n.d. box 1

See also Ser.I, Center for the History of the American Indian; See also Ser.I, Modell, Judy

Birdwhistell, Ray L.
1942, 1959 box 1
Bittle, William E.
1974 box 1

See also Ser.I, Carlson, Gustav G.

Blakeway, Martin
1969 box 1
Blegen, Theodore C.
1958 box 1
Blumer, Herbert
1935 box 1
Boas, Franz
1933 box 1
Bodine, Ann
1979, n.d. box 1

Currier, Richard L.; See also Ser.I, Currier, Richard L.

Boggs, Steve
1967 box 1
Bohannan, Paul
1961 box 2
Bolton, Ralph
1973 box 2
Boynton, David P.
1982-1983 box 2
Brand, Elizabeth
1981 box 2
Brandes, Stanley H.
1979-1982 box 2
Brawner, Marlyn R.
1973 box 2
Bray, Kingsley, M.
1980-1981 box 2
Breckenridge, W.J.
1978 box 2
Brew, J.O.
1954 box 2
Britt, Steuart Henderson
1941 box 2
Brockman, Albert Daniel
n.d. box 2
The Brooklyn Museum
1939 box 2
Brophy, William A.
1948 box 2
Brown, Anna Vivian
1939 box 2
Brown, Stephen W.
1971 box 2
Burke, Samuel M.
1960-1983 box 2

Karamet, U.; See also Ser.I, Lal, Kanwar Prem; See also Ser.I, University of Minnesota

Butler, Lucius
1972 box 2
Callis, Helmut G.
1961-1962 box 2
Cameron, Cate
1981 box 2

See also Ser.I, Gatewood, John Brooking

Cameron, Donald
1971 box 2
John C. Campbell Folk School
1931 box 2
Cancian, Francesca M.
1979-1980 box 2
Canty, Carol Shannon
1984, 1986 box 2
Carlson, Beth
1935 box 2
Carlson, Gustav G.
1935-1988 box 2
Carlston, Kenneth S.
1963 box 2
Carneiro, Robert L.
1968 box 2
Casagrande, Joseph B.
1956-1982, n.d. box 2

See also Ser.I, Goldschmidt, Walter

Caudill, William
1968 box 2
Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange between East and West
1963-1967 box 2

See also Ser.II, same title

Center for the History of the American Indian
1975-1977 box 2

Bieder, Robert E.

Chambers, Clarke A.
1960, 1970-1977 box 2
Chambers, Robert
1978, n.d. box 2
Chase, Harold
1970 box 2
Chiba, Masaji
1967-1989, n.d. box 2

Chiba, Mieko

Chiba, Mieko
  box 2

See Ser.I, Chiba, Masaji

Chronica Botanica
1945 box 2
Clapp, Frederick H.
1974-1983 box 2
Claremont Colleges
1941 box 2
Cockburn, Michael
1968 box 2
Cohen, Fay G.
1972-1983, n.d. box 2
Cohen, Julius
1958, 1966 box 2
Cohen, Saul
1969 box 2
Cohn, Bernard S.
1957, 1960 box 2
Colajanni, Antonino
1973 box 2
Colin, David
1949 box 2
Collier, Donald
1938-1939 box 2
Collier, Jane Fishburne
1979-1980 box 2
Collura, Patricia
1960 box 2
Commission on the Rights, Liberties, and Responsibilities of the American Indian
1957 box 2
Committee on International Exchange of Persons
1968-1969 box 2
Comparative Studies in Society and History
1961 box 2
Conference Board of Associated Research Councils
1954-1961 box 2
Coon, Carleton S.
1972 box 2
Cooper, John M.
1939 box 2
Cottrell, Leonard S., Jr.
1940 box 2
Council for the Study of Mankind
1964 box 2
Cousins, Norman
1953 box 2
Crawford, Alfred R.
1949 box 2
Crocombe, Ron G.
1965, 1967 box 2
Crow, Ev Tough
1968 box 2
Current Anthropology
1968 box 2
Currier, Richard L.
1975-1983 box 2

Beals, Ralph L.; Bodine, Ann; Eggan, Fred; Hsu, Francis L.K.; Kirsch, Anthony Thomas; Lancaster, Jane B.; Scholte, Bob; See also Ser.I, Beals, Ralph L.; See also Ser.I, Bodine, Ann; See also Ser.I, Eggan, Fred; See also Ser.I, Foster, George M.; See also Ser.I, Hockett, Charles F.; See also Ser.I, Hsu, Francis L.K.; See also Ser.I, Kirsch, Anthony T.; See also Ser.I, Lancaster, Jane B.; See also Ser.I, Scholte, Bob; See also Ser.I, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research

Currier, Susan K.
  box 2

See Ser. I, Kaiser, Susan

Dandler-Hanhart, Jorge
1966 box 2
Data-Guide, Inc.
1961-1966 box 2
Davitt, Thomas E.
1964 box 2
de Laguna, Frederica
1941 box 2
De Micheli Consonni, Cristina
1986-1988 box 2
Dermen, Judith de Ponceau
1966 box 2
Dernen, Diran
1966 box 2
Desai, A.R.
1968-1971 box 2
Deutschen Gesellschaft Für Soziologie
1947 box 2

in German

Diamant, Philip
1940 box 2
Dickey, Anthony
n.d. box 2
Dingman, Helen H.
1931 box 2
di Salvatore, Elen
1972 box 2
Dittmer, C.G.
1940, n.d. box 2

See also Ser.I, New York University; See also Ser.I, The University of Wisconsin

Dobyns, Henry F.
1968, 1973 box 2
William H. Donner Foundation
1974 box 2
Dow Chemical Company
1968 box 2
Downing, Theodore E.
1979-1980 box 2
Downs, Sabra W.
1974-1975, n.d. box 2
Drucker, Peter F.
1955 box 2
Du Bois, Cora
1976-1982 box 2
Dunning, R.W. (Bill)
1960 box 2
Durham, G. Homer
1953, 1955, 1964 box 2

See also Ser.I, University of Utah

Dworkin, Rochelle
n.d. box 2
Dwyer, Daisy Hilse
1980 box 2
Eastman, Elaine Goodale
1941 box 3
Ediger, Theodore A.
1940 box 3
Edwards, McCoy, and Kennedy
1991 box 3
Eggan, Fred
1944-1985, n.d. box 3

Currier, Richard L.; Kaiser, Susan; See also Ser.I, Currier, Richard L.

Elmendorf, William
1971 box 3
Elwood, Debra
1988 box 3
Encyclopedia Britannica
1959-1962 box 3
Engel, David M.
1980 box 3
Epstein, A.L.
1967-1985, n.d. box 3
Esquire
n.d. box 3
Esselstyn, T.C.
1947, 1981-1983 box 3
Eubank, Lisbeth
1953 box 3
The Explorers Club
1986 box 3
Fairbanks, Robert A.
1976 box 3
Fairchild, Henry Pratt
1934, 1940-1941 box 3
Fenton, William N.
1947, 1953, 1968 box 3
Ferrara, Anthony
1972 box 3
Fikentscher, Wolfgang
1992 box 3
Finch, Ron
1975 box 3
Firth, Raymond
1958 box 3
Fischer, Jack
1968 box 3
The Ford Foundation
1960-1963 box 3
Fordham University
1966 box 3
Foreman, Harry
1973 box 3
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
1974 box 3
Fortes, Meyer
1972-1973 box 3
Foster, George M.
1979-1983 box 3

Currier, Richard L.

Fowler, Catherine S.
1969 box 3
Fowler, F.C.
1931 box 3
Fowler, Manet
1938-1988, n.d. box 3
Francis, E.K.
1949 box 3
Franke, Walter
1942, 1986-1987 box 3

Franke, Hildi

Franke, Hildi
  box 3

See Ser.I, Franke, Walter

Frankel, Barbara
1985 box 3
Fraser, Donald M.
n.d. box 3
Freeman, Derek
1983-1992 box 3
W.H. Freeman and Company
1971 box 3
Frees, Joseph W.
1974-1977, 1982 box 3
Frontier Nursing Service
1931 box 3
Frost, Everett
1971-1976 box 3
Frost, Ruth
1974, 1979 box 3
Fuller, Varden
1941 box 3
Funk & Wagnalls Company
1958 box 3
Galea'i, Apelu
1969 box 3

See also Ser.I, Humphrey, Hubert H.

Galloway, Ewing
1934 box 3
Gang, Kenneth M.
1940 box 3
Garland, William
1975 box 3
Garland STPM Press
1979-1982 box 3
Gartner, Murray
1941 box 3
Gatewood, John Brooking
1981-1985 box 3

See also Ser.I, Cameron, Cate

Gebhardt, Th.
1928 box 3

in German

Geerings, Paul F.
1985 box 3
Gerlach, Luther P.
1983 box 3
Ghiselin, Brewster
1960 box 3
Gibbs, James Lowell, Jr.
1955, 1969-1985 box 3
Gifford, Edward
1941 box 3
Gilles, Albert S., Sr.
1977 box 3
Gillin, John P.
1941-1972 box 3
Gladwin, Thomas
1961 box 3
Glaser, Ezra
1941 box 3
Gluckman, Mary
1974-1979 box 3
Gluckman, Max
1948-1977, n.d. box 3
Gold, Gerald Louis
1970 box 3
Goldfrank, Esther S.
  box 3

See Ser.I, Wittfogel, Esther S.

Goldman, Ira
1970 box 3
Goldsby, Richard A.
1971 box 3
Goldschmidt, Walter
1952-1956 box 3

Casagrande, Joseph

Grand Canyon Corporation
1968-1972 box 3

See also Ser.II, Grand Canyon Expedition

Graziano, William G.
1977 box 3
Graubard, Mark
1983 box 3
Greenamyre, Edward L.
1986 box 3
Griffith, Gwendolyn
1952 box 3
The Grolier Society, Inc.
1946 box 3
The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation
1982 box 3
Gulliver, Philip
1969-1970 box 3
Haar, Charles M.
1968 box 3
Hall, Jerome
1962 box 3

Schiller, A. Arthur

Hallowell, A. Irving
1960 box 3
Hamdani, L. Hasan Jahangir
1962 box 3
Hamline University
1978, 1984, n.d. box 3
Hampshire College
1969 box 3
Hamson, Daniel M.
1972 box 3
Handbook of North American Indians
1971-1983, n.d. box 4

See also Ser.II, same title

Hanson, Richard
1941 box 4
Harcourt, Brace and World
1969 box 4
Harper and Brothers Publishing
1938 box 4
Harvard University
1941, 1952, 1961 box 4
Harvard University Press
1953-1954, 1975 box 4
Haskell Indian College
1991 box 4
Hatcher, Evelyn Payne
1969-1988, n.d. box 4

McGraw-Hill

Hatcher, Jack
1970 box 4
Haury, Emil W.
1985, 1988 box 4
Hawkins, Carl S.
1970 box 4
Hawkins, Gerald S.
1968 box 4
Headrick, Cecil W.
1941, 1955-1957, n.d. box 4
Headrick, Daniel
1982 box 4
Heckel, Robert L.
1961-1962 box 4
Hehmyer, Alexander
1970 box 4
Herring, Pendleton
1960 box 4

See also Ser.I, The Social Science Research Council

Hester, E.D.
1944 box 4
Hidy, Ralph W.
1956 box 4
Hiebert, Paul G.
1969-1984 box 4
Hockett, Charles F.
1972-1982 box 4

Currier, Richard L.

Hoebel, Irene
1975, 1981, 1985 box 4
Holleman, J.F.
1970-1973, 1985 box 4
Holsopple, J.Q.
1941 box 4
Holt, Rinehart and Winston
1965, 1979 box 4
Honeywell, Inc.
1970 box 4
Hossain, Kamal
1955 box 4
Hostetler, John A.
1964 box 4
Houge, Benjamin S.
1971 box 4
Houghton Mifflin Company
1942 box 4
Howell, F. Clark
1967 box 4
Howells, W.W.
1970 box 4
Hsu, Francis L.K.
1954-1984 box 4

Currier, Richard L.; Kaiser, Susan; Merriam, Alan; See also Ser.I, Currier, Richard L.

Huber, O.A.
1955 box 4

Wallace, Ernest

Hughes, Everett C.
1968 box 4
Human Relations Area Files, Inc.
1990 box 4
Humphrey, Hubert H.
1967, 1971 box 4

See also Ser.I, McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C.; See also Ser.I, Visscher, Maurice B.

Illinois State University
1979-1980 box 4

Reyman, Jonathan E.

Ing, Dean C.
1968 box 4
Institute for World Understanding
1985 box 4
Inter-Allied Publications
1945 box 4
International Cooperation Administration
1960 box 4
International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences
1964-1966 box 4
Islam, A.K.M. Aminul
1967-1971 box 4
Iverson, Noel
1973 box 4
Jacobs, Melville
1938-1946, n.d. box 4
Jacobs, Sue-Ellen
1979-1980, n.d. box 4
Jennings, Jesse D.
1963 box 4
Jerome Foundation, Inc.
1979 box 4
Johnson, Cheryll A.
1972 box 4
Johnson, Nourse
1943 box 4
Johnson, O. Elden
1969, 1980-1985 box 4
Johnson, Rich
1986 box 4
Jonassen, Christen T.
1968-1969, 1982 box 4
Jones, Harry
1945 box 4
Journal of American Folk-Lore
1938-1941 box 4
Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology
1941 box 4
The Journal of Developing Areas
1975 box 4
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
  box 4
Kaiser, Susan
1979 box 4

See also Ser.I, Beals, Ralph L.; See also Ser.I, Eggan, Fred; See also Ser.I, Hsu, Francis L.K.; See also Ser.I, Kirsch, Anthony T.; See also Ser.I, Lancaster, Jane B.; See also Ser.I, Scholte, Bob

Kando, Thomas F.
1962-1973 box 4
Kane, Stanley D.
1971-1972 box 4
Katholieke Universiteit
1967-1981 box 4
Kavanagh, Thomas W.
1990 box 4
Keithahn, Edward L.
1939-1942 box 4
Kemper, Robert V.
1979 box 4
Kennedy, Raymond
1945 box 4
Keshavjee, Rafique H.
1971-1972 box 4
Khajanchi, M.G.
1961-1962 box 4
Kimura, Craig C.
1971 box 4
Kimura, Emi
1945 box 4
Kirsch, Anthony Thomas
1975-1980 box 4

Currier, Richard L.; Kaiser, Susan; See also Ser.I, Currier, Richard L.

Kiste, Robert Carl
1970-1987, n.d. box 4
Kluckhohn, Clyde
1941 box 4
Knudson, Ruthann
1983 box 4
Konner, Melvin Joel
1979-1982, n.d. box 4
Kozolchyk, Boris
1987 box 4
Krinkin, Alexandra
[194-] box 5
Kroeber, Alfred L.
1940-1945 box 5
Krout, John A.
1940 box 5

Llewellyn, Karl N.

La Barre, Weston
1936-1982 box 5
Laboratory of Anthropology
1933-1940 box 5

Mekeel, H. Scudder

Lal, Kanwar Prem
1978 box 5

Burke, S.M.

Lancaster, Jane Beckman
1979-1980, n.d. box 5

Currier, Richard L.

Landes, Ruth
1940 box 5
Landheer, B
1953, 1985 box 5

See also Ser.II, World Law Project

Lane, Richard B.
1969 box 5
Lane, Robert B.
1973 box 5
Lang, Gottfried O.
1954-1983 box 5
Lange, Charles H.
1959, 1968, 1973 box 5
Lantis, Margaret
1945 box 5
Law and Behavioral Research Symposium
1980-1981 box 5
Law and Society Association
1989 box 5
Law and Society Review
1968-1972 box 5
Leh, L.L.
1938 box 5
Lehigh University
1980 box 5
Lehmann, F.R.
1950 box 5
Leonard, Joan
1981 box 5
Leslie, Charles
1957-1968 box 5
Lewin, Julius
1948 box 5
Lewis, Sandra
1971 box 5
Leydet, Francois G.
1986 box 5
Lin, Vincent T.G.
1965-1966, 1971 box 5
Lindig, Wolfgang
1964 box 5
Linton, Ralph
1933-1948 box 5

See also Ser.I, American Anthropologist

Lippo, Susie
  box 5

See Ser.I, Lippo, William

Lippo, William
1945 box 5

Lippo, Susie

Lips, Julius E.
1935, 1938-1939 box 5
Livermore, Joseph M.
1975, 1987 box 5
Llewellyn, Emma
1971, n.d. box 5
Llewellyn, Karl N.
1934-1946, 1987, n.d. box 5

See also Ser.I, Krout, John A.; See also Ser.I, Social Science Research Council. Institute in Law and Social Relations

Lock, Michele R.
1978 box 5
Lockhart, William B.
1968 box 5
Loeb, Edwin M.
1941 box 5
Long, Joseph K.
1967 box 5
Ray Long and Richard R. Smith, Inc.
1933 box 5
Lord, Anthony
1972 box 5
Lovell, Tom
1970 box 5
Lowie, Robert H.
1933-1947 box 5
Luomala, Katharine
1979 box 5
Lynch, Owen W.
1979-1983 box 5
McAllester, David P.
1968 box 5
McCabe, Gerry
1971 box 5
McCown, Theodore D.
1947 box 5
McGraw-Hill
  box 5

See also Ser.I, Hatcher, Evelyn

***Folder #1
1934-1969 box 5
***Folder #2
1970-1991, n.d. box 5
McGregor, Gordon
1945 box 5
MacIver, R.M.
1933 box 5
McLaughlin, Ronald (Mr. & Mrs.)
1956 box 5

Humphrey, Hubert H.; See also Ser.II, World Law Project

McMillan, Robert L.
1973 box 5

See also Ser.I., Mead, Margaret

The Macmillman Company
1948 box 5
McNickle, D'Arcy
1973 box 5
Mandelbaum, David
1957-1981, n.d. box 5
Martin, Elizabeth
1959 box 5
Mead, Margaret
1972-1973 box 5

McMillman, Robert L.; See also Ser.I, American Anthropological Association

Medina, Juanito
1946, 1982 box 5
Medina, Lena
1983 box 5
Medina, S.J.
1946 box 5
Mekeel, H. Scudder
  box 5

See Ser.I, Laboratory of Anthropology; See Ser.I, United States Department of the Interior

Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association
1940 box 5
Merriam, Alan
  box 5

See Ser.I, Hsu, Francis L.K.

Merrill, William L.
1983 box 5
Middlebury College
1935 box 5
Miller, Jay
1975, 1981-1982 box 5
Miller, Richard E.
1981 box 5
Minneapolis Public Library and Information Center
1986 box 5
Minnesota. Department of Health
1973 box 5
Modell, Judy
1972 box 6

Bieder, Robert E.; See also Ser.I, Wallis, Ruth

Mondale, Walter F.
1973, 1983 box 6
Montagu, Ashley
1967 box 6
Moore, Harvey C.
1959 box 6
Moore, John H.
1972 box 6
Moore, Sally
1974 box 6
Moos, Malcolm
1968 box 6
Mordy, Wendell Allen
1977, n.d. box 6

See also Ser.I, The Science Museum of Minnesota

Moreau, Frederick
1973, n.d. box 6
Morrill, J. L.
1955 box 6
Morin, Alexander J.
1979 box 6
Morrison, Charles
1982 box 6
Mosely, Philip E.
  box 6

See Ser.I, United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency

Movius, Hallam L., Jr.
1953 box 6
Murdock, George P.
1939, 1942, 1947 box 6

See also Ser.I, American Anthropological Association; See also Ser.I, The Society for Applied Anthropology

Muti-Ul-Haq, Shafiqua
1970 box 6
Nader, Laura
1964-1971 box 6
Narain, S.
1968 box 6
National Association on Standard Medical Vocabulary
1962 box 6
National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement
1931 box 6
National Endowment for the Humanities
1983, n.d. box 6
National Science Foundation
1967-1982, n.d. box 6
Natural Law Forum
1963-1969 box 6
Needham, Claudia
1968 box 6
Needham, Rodney
1959, 1978 box 6
Nelson, Lowry
1954 box 6
Nemzoff, Sol
1945 box 6
Neubert, Ruth
1945 box 6
The New York School for Social Research
1940 box 6
New York State Bar Journal
1970 box 6
New York University
1929-1955 box 6

Dittmer, C.G.

Ney, Edward P.
1971 box 6
Nicholson,
1970 box 6
Nicholson, Maggi E. Read
1971-1989, n.d. box 6
Norbeck, Edward
1960 box 6
Northrop, Filmer S.C.
1963 box 6
Nowles, Marguerite K.
1970 box 6
Oceana Publications
1962 box 6
Odenyo, Amos
1970-1971 box 6
Ogren, Quentin
1970 box 6
Okie, Richardson B.
1968 box 6
O'Leary, E. John
1982 box 6
Olila, James H.
1984-1985 box 6
Oliver, Douglas
1952-1988, n.d. box 6

Oliver, Margaret

Oliver, Margaret
  box 6

See Ser.I, Oliver, Douglas

Oneale, Lila M.
1945 box 6
Opler, Marvin K.
1937, 1941 box 6
Opler, Morris E.
1940-1941, 1975, n.d. box 6
The Pacific Northwest Quarterly
1940-1941 box 6
Paddock, John
1971-1978, n.d. box 6
Paredes, J. Anthony
1978 box 6
Park, Willard Z.
1935, 1940 box 6
Parker, Scott
1971 box 6
The Pepperdine School of Law
1970 box 6
Perlman, Isadore
1971 box 6
Petersen, Karen Daniels
1961, 1964, 1967 box 6
Piedmont Publishing Company
1970 box 6
Pilling, Arnold R.
1966-1968 box 6
Plains Anthropologist
1979-1984 box 6
Plains Conference
1987 box 6
Porter, Philip W.
1981-1983 box 6
Pospisil, Leopold
1959-1973 box 6
Potter, Nigel J.
1970 box 6
Powell, Peter J.
1960-1984 box 6
Praus, Alexis A.
1938-1984 box 6
Price, H. Marcus III
1988-1989 box 6
Provine, John H.
1938 box 6
Pryor, Frederic L.
1974 box 6
Quimby, George
1947 box 6
Radford, Peter
1968 box 6
Radin, Max
1941 box 6
Radin, Paul
1942 box 6
Rajput, Mohammad
1971-1983 box 6
Raup, Phillip M.
1971 box 6
Ray, Verne F.
  box 6
The Reader's Digest
1949 box 7
Ream, Davidson
1965 box 7
Redfield, Robert
1954 box 7

See also Ser.I, The University of Chicago; See also Ser.II, World Law Project

The Religion in Education Foundation
1968-1969 box 7
Reyman, Jonathan E.
1975-1980 box 7

See also Ser.I, Illinois State University

Rijksuniversiteit Te Leiden
1970 box 7

See also Ser. III, "National Law, Legal Pluralism, and Civil Liberties"

Robbins, Mike
1972 box 7
Roberts, John M.
1959, 1964, 1968 box 7
Robison, Barbara
1974 box 7
Robison, Roy C.
1974 box 7
Rohrl, Vivian J.
1973-1989 box 7
The Rockefeller Foundation
1963 box 7
The Ronald Press Company
1944 box 7
Rose, Arnold
1954 box 7
Rose, Daniel M.
1968 box 7
Rosenbaum, D.L.
1964 box 7
Ross, E.A.
1928-1940 box 7

See also Ser.I, The University of Wisconsin

Roth, Maren
1972 box 7
Rowland, Willis
1939, 1941 box 7
Ruger, Mary
1945 box 7
Russell, J. Townsend
1933-1934 box 7
Rutgers Law Review
1962-1964 box 7
Sacks, Ruth
1966 box 7
Saetveit, Philip
1972 box 7
San Diego. Police Department
1970 box 7
Sanford, Nevitt
1980, n.d. box 7
Saint Bridget School
1973 box 7
Saint Paul Institute
1954 box 7
Sánchez Pérez, Ana Q.
1963 box 7

some in Spanish

Sane
1968 box 7
Sapir, Edward
  box 7

See Ser.I, American Anthropological Association

Scheier, Edwin
1979 box 7
Schiller, A. Arthur
  box 7

See Ser.I, Hall, Jerome; See Ser.I, Social Science Research Council. Institute in Law and Social Relations

Scholte, Bob
1975-1982 box 7

Currier, Richard L; Kaiser, Susan

Schorin, Howard
1970 box 7
Schroeder, Eileen M.
1978 box 7
Schwartz, Alta
1941 box 7
Schwartz, Richard D.
1966 box 7
The Science Museum of Minnesota
1966-1986, n.d. box 7
The Scientific Monthly
1947 box 7
Scullin, Michael
1972 box 7
Scully, Bede
1940-1941 box 7
Seagle, William
1941, 1947, n.d. box 7