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Guide to the Frederick Starr Papers 1868-1935

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Descriptive Summary

Title:

Starr, Frederick. Papers

Dates:

1868-1935

Size:

48 linear feet (88 boxes)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

Frederick Starr (1858-1933) Assistant professor of anthropology, University of Chicago, 1892-95; associate professor, 1895-1923. Curator of the anthropological section, Walker Museum, University of Chicago, 1895-1923 Contains professional and personal correspondence; research material; field notebooks; diaries; class lecture notes; memorabilia; photographs; bibliographies; and scrapbooks. Correspondents include Frank Boas, W.E.B. Du Bois, Federico Gamboa, William Rainey Harper, John Haynes Holmes, Jenkin Lloyd Jones, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Julius Rosenwald, and Albion Small. Topics relate to Starr's interests and involvement in the former Belgian Congo, Liberia, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Mexico, Central America, and the World's Columbian Exposition.

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Biographical Note

Frederick Starr (1858-1933) was professor of anthropology at the University of Chicago from 1892 until his retirement in 1923. Starr was born in Auburn, New York, the fourth son of a Presbyterian minister. He was educated at the University of Rochester and received a Ph.D. in geology from Lafayette College in 1885. He served in various academic posts including registrar and professor of geography at Chautauqua where he became acquainted with William Rainey Harper.

In 1892, Harper asked Starr to help organize a program in anthropology at the new University of Chicago. Starr taught anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology under the leadership of Head Professor Albion W. Small. He was an active and popular lecturer throughout his tenure at the University, combining a heavy teaching load with extensive travel. He also served as curator of the Walker Museum from 1895 until retirement.

Starr's reputation was not based on his scholarship, but on a popular and controversial lecture style which did much to create an interest in the study of culture. Fay-Cooper Cole, Starr's successor at the University, praised him in the Dictionary of American Biography for "The wide interest he personally created in the subject of anthropology, and the appreciation of other peoples which he engendered in his students." Starr retired from active teaching in 1923. His students gave him a sum of money, which he used to buy a house in Seattle. Starr remained active during the last ten years of his life, making a number of trips to the Orient and lecturing throughout the western United States. He died in Tokyo of bronchial pneumonia in August 1933.

Scope Note

Starr did not run his life in a precise, orderly fashion (his apartment was said to have had books piled all over the floor). His files reflect this lack of personal organization. The collection is divided into nine series: I. Correspondence; II. Research materials; III. Lecture notes; IV. Diaries; V. Memorabilia; VI. Clippings; VII. Photographs; VIII. Card files; and IX. Scrapbooks. They document Starr's life from his college days at the University of Rochester until his death. While there are items in the correspondence dating as early as 1868, the bulk of the collection is representative of Starr's career at the University of Chicago. Each of the nine sections is preceded by an introduction explaining the organization of the material contained within it.

Series I: Correspondence

Correspondence has been divided into two subseries, General and Family. Under these headings, individual items are organized chronologically. Letters with no date are filed alphabetically by author at the beginning of each section. An index of selected correspondents precedes the inventory of general correspondence.

Subseries 1: General Correspondence

1868-90: Correspondence within this period follows Starr from high school student in Auburn, New York through his appointment as registrar and professor of geography at Chautauqua. The earliest surviving letters are mostly notes of congratulation and encouragement from family and friends. There is a small body of letters documenting his brief tenure as professor of biological sciences at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (1884-85).

1891-1906: William Rainey Harper first approached Starr about joining the faculty of the new University of Chicago in 1891. In order to accept Harper's offer, he left a position as professor and dean of sciences at Pomona College. Defining the role of anthropology at the new university within Harper's broader academic organization is reflected in letters between Starr, Harper, and Albion W. Small. Anthropology was to be taught under the supervision of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology of which Small was to be head. In 1892, Starr became involved with the World's Columbian Exposition as secretary to the local committee on ethnology and archaeology. His role in the Exposition is shown in an exchange of letters in 1892-93 with Franz Boas, secretary of the International Anthropological Congress (see notebook on World's Columbian Exposition, Box 29).

1907-23: By the time of Harper's death in 1906, Starr was a popular and well-traveled member of the faculty. He corresponded with leading anthropologists including Boas, David Barrows, Havelock Ellis, William H. Holmes and A. L. Kroeber. In 1901, Starr became involved with Unity (see Clippings, Box 34) and its founder-editor Jenkin Lloyd Jones, and throughout the early years of the twentieth century, he was a frequent contributor to the magazine. (Jenkin Lloyd Jones Papers are held by the University of Chicago Library and the Library of Meadville/Lombard Theological School.) This involvement is reflected in letters from Jones and his family and from Jones' successor as editor, John Haynes Holmes. Occasionally, Starr's outspoken attitudes got him into trouble with his sponsors. A good example of this is found in an exchange with the editor of National Geographic, William Grosvenor, over a series of lectures in 1908 where he attacked U.S. policy in the Philippines.

Starr considered himself an opponent of imperialism, corresponding frequently with the Anti-Imperialist League and its secretary Irving Winslow. In 1905-06, he visited the Congo Free State to investigate native conditions. Upon his return, he broke with the anti-imperialist forces opposed to Belgian activities. Starr's new friendship with the Belgian administration appears in letters from the Prince de Ligne, an administrator of the Congo stationed in Brussels. In 1907, the Prince de Ligne was instrumental in obtaining for Starr the Order of Leopold II.

Starr's efforts on behalf of the government of Liberia, which culminated in the publication of his book Liberia; Description, History, Problems in 1913, caused him to correspond with a number of prominent Americans interested in Africa and African affairs. There are letters from W.E.B. Du Bois, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, and Julius Rosenwald. He was also involved with Mexican problems, corresponding extensively with the noted author Federico Gamboa.

1923-33: Starr was a good friend of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Darrow and in 1923; he and Darrow participated in a series of friendly debates on such diverse topics as "Has the Human Race Justified its Existence?" (Starr argued affirmatively). This relationship is documented in a series of letters from 1923-32.

As early as 1904, Starr had traveled in Japan, but it was not until his later years that the country and its problems came to dominate his work. His retirement from the University of Chicago in 1923 and move to Seattle permitted him easier access to the Orient. Starr was a strong advocate of oriental tradition and identity which won him favor from the Japanese academic community. An interest in Korea brought him into contact with Dr. Syngman Rhee as early as 1919, yet in spite of his support for Dr. Rhee's nationalistic activities, Starr sided with Japan during its period of encroachment in China and over the Manchuko controversy. This increasing political involvement in the affairs of the Far East is visible in letters from Senators Wesley Jones and C.C. Dill of Washington state.

Index of Selected Correspondents in the General Correspondence

Edith Abbott April 17, 1926

David Barrows May 8, 1908; Nov. 16, 1914; Oct. 6, 1915

Franz Boas April 9, 1892; Feb. 20, 28, Mar. 17, May 5, 1893; Mar. 17, April 16, 1903

Mary B. Bryan May 15, 1913

Fay-Cooper Cole Feb. 15, Sept. 25, 1924

Clarence and Ruby Darrow 6 undated; Oct. 12, 1923; Oct. 6, 1924; Jan. 16, 1925; Jan. 13, 1932

Charles S. Deneen June 6, 1928

Melvil Dewey Aug. 9, 1889; Dec. 17, 1901

C. C. Dill Dec. 29, 1930; Feb. 20, May 11, 1931

W.E.B. Du Bois Sept. 4, 1892; Jan. 28, Nov. 11, 1915; Sept. 19, 1924

Havelock Ellis Dec. 15, 1908

Federico Gamboa Sept. 28, 1903; Aug. 15, Sept. 3, 19, 1904; Oct. 19, Nov. 3, Dec. 7, 1914; Sept. 15, 1915; July 11, 1916; July 2, 1917; Mar. 20, May 7, Aug. 20, Oct. 16, 1918; Feb. 5, Mar. 11, 1919; Jan. 28, Nov. 12, 1920; May 29, 1923; Jan. 20, July 10, 1929

Thomas Goodspeed Jan. 30, 1892

William Rainey Harper 1 undated; Feb. 19, Mar. 25, Dec. 31, 1891; Feb. 24, Mar. 2, Sept. 30, 1892; Mar. 15, 1897; Oct. 9, 1898; July 30, Sept. 9, 1904

John Haynes Holmes April 12, 1919; Aug. 3, 1921; April 20, 1926; Dec. 14, 1927; Jan. 12, Dec. 15, 1928; Dec. 2, 1929; June 2, 8, 1931

William H. Holmes Jan. 17, 1893; Oct. 22, 1900; Dec. 23, 1926

Albert J. Hopkins Sept. 17, 1904

Robert M. Hutchins Mar. 26, 1932

Harold Ickes Mar. 10, 1933

Edith Lloyd Jones Dec. 15, 1928

Jenkin Lloyd Jones Sept. 14, 1901

Richard Lloyd Jones Dec. 16, 1902; Feb. 17, 19, 1920; Aug. 17, 1931

Wesley Jones Dec. 28, 1923; Dec. 28, 1926; April 8, 1927; June 24, 1929; Feb. 3, Dec. 29, 1930

Harry P. Judson May 8, 1907; Feb. 14, April 13, 1908; Sept. 29, 1916

A.L. Kroeber 1 fragment; Feb. 6, 1908

Salmon O. Levinson Feb. 26, 1929

Prince de Ligne 1 undated; June 20, Dec. 4, 1906; Feb. 14, Mar. 8, 1907; Jan. 15, 1908; Aug. 3, 1929

Robert M. Lovett Aug. 17, 1921; Jan. 3, 1923

James R. Mann Sept. 24, 1904; Jan. 11, 1908; Nov. 29, 1916

Max Mason Jan. 6, 1927

W.E. Mason Feb. 25, 1903

Shailer Mathews July 27, 1904; Oct. 10, 1910; June 30, 1926; Mar. 26, 1932

Harriet Monroe Nov. 12, 1922

Syngman Rhee Jan. 17, 1919; Jan. 17, 1920

Julius Rosenwald Sept. 18, Oct. 4, 5, Nov. 1, 1915; Aug. 24, 1916

Viscount Shibusawa July 18, 1924; Dec. 31, 1926

James L. Slaydon May 22, 1912; April 17, 22, 1913

Albion Small 1 undated; Mar. 26, 1892; July 8, 1903; Sept. 1, 1904; May 2, 1913

Joseph Fielding Smith July 15, 1922

A.A. Stagg April 26, 1911

Harold H. Swift June 23, 1921

Elizabeth Wallace 1 undated

Ida B. Wells-Barnett Feb. 23, 27, Mar. 13, 1914

Subseries 2: Family Correspondence

Starr was very close to his mother Helen and his sister Lucy. He corresponded with them on a regular basis, particularly while traveling, and many of these letters have been preserved. They document his perceptions of foreign cultures in a forthright fashion, which illustrates Starr's keen observing eye and extraordinary sensitivity to cultural detail. The collection covers Starr's life after his advancement to associate professor at the University of Chicago in 1895 until 1932. It forms the largest body of Starr-generated correspondence in the papers. Letters to Starr from his mother and sister have not been preserved.

Series II: Research Materials, Field Work

Starr's interests were wide-ranging and his publications numerous. Most of his note-taking was done on small pieces of paper, which were then batched by subject or by order of appearance in a publication. These materials have been sorted by subject area and, whenever possible, Starr's original headings have been retained. The series is divided into eight subseries. In some cases, folders of notes are followed by bound field notebooks or diaries, kept while traveling, which relate directly to the general subject area under consideration.

One issue of concern for researchers is that the small notebooks often times had labels placed on the outside by an earlier archivist ordering this collection. Unfortunately, the information listed on the outside of the notebooks on these labels is not always correct. It is best to use the finding aid and folder labels in directing research.

Series III: Lecture Notes

Starr taught a wide variety of courses at the University of Chicago and lectured nationally on a number of subjects. The lecture notes preserved in this collection are scattered, making it difficult to organize them in the form in which they were delivered. Any original groupings have been retained, but the body of notes has been filed by subject area rather than by individual lecture topic.

Series IV: Diaries

While Starr was fastidious in detailing his fieldwork, records of his non-professional life, especially has early years, are sporadic. Preserved in this collection are three college diaries from the University of Rochester as well as a number of diaries from his pre-University of Chicago teaching career at the State Normal School in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania and Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

In addition, there are eight volumes, dating 1907-23, which form a daily record of Starr's activities at the University of Chicago. While not complete nor greatly detailed, they do provide an insight into his teaching schedule and attitudes toward the university community. The collection contains diaries recounting Starr's impressions of two world's fairs. One volume deals with the World's Columbian Exposition, describing a number of different buildings and displays in elaborate detail. The other records a 1901 trip to the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, New York.

Series V: Memorabilia

Starr's popularity as a lecturer and occasional after-dinner speaker is well documented by the numerous invitations, programs and announcements, which make up the memorabilia section of these papers. Individual items have been sorted by type and, where possible, placed in chronological order. Two areas of particular interest are the numerous foreign citations received by Starr and the announcements for a Starr Memorial erected by the Japanese in 1933.

Foreign Citations:

1900, Holland, Museums Medal

1907, Congo, Officer, Order of Leopold II

1911, Congo, Commander, Order of Leopold II

1908, France, Palms of Officer of Public Instruction

1911, Italy, Chevalier, Order of the Crown of Italy

1915, Liberia, Knight Commander, Order of African Redemption

1921, Japan, Third Grade, Order of Sacred Treasure

1929, Cuba, Academico Correspondiente, National Academy of Cuba

Series VI: Clippings

As well as being a frequent contributor to serious publications such as Unity and Dial, Starr's activities and positions often brought him to the attention of the general press. He had a combative side to his personality which relished the sort of controversy brought on by advocating stands such as the inferiority of women, the Japanese right to invade Manchuria, and the consolidation of Belgian rule in the Congo.

Most of the clippings in Box 34 are from Unity magazine. More general articles on Starr are preserved in the twenty-three scrapbooks, which follow the main body of the collection.

Series VII: Photographs

To complete his record of primitive culture, Starr took a great many photographs during his extensive travels abroad. He often took a photographer with him on his visits to villages in Africa, Mexico and the Orient.

Starr rarely placed identifying markings on his photographs, so classification in this collection has been largely by country, region of origin, or specialized subject area such as Deformates and Albinos. In the few cases where a packet of photographs was grouped and labeled, the original order and subject headings have been retained.

Series VIII: Card Files

While most of Frederick Starr's research notes were taken on small slips of paper, he kept files of index cards with general bibliographic information, addresses and general notes. They are organized by subject and have been left in the order in which they were received.

Series IX: Scrapbooks

The twenty-three scrapbooks in this collection contain clippings related to Starr's professional work and travels. They are organized chronologically from volume 1 to volume 16. The following three books contain articles and reviews by Starr, written for specific periodicals such as Unit. Numbers 20-23 are filled with clippings from Japanese newspapers.

Related Resources

The following related resources are located in the Department of Special Collections:

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Frederick Starr. Liberian Research Collection

Frederick Starr. Collection of Mexican Manuscripts

Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: Correspondence

Subseries 1: General Correspondence

Box 1   Folder 1

undated A-G

Box 1   Folder 2

undated H-M

Box 1   Folder 3

undated N-Z

Box 1   Folder 4

1868-1879

Box 1   Folder 5

1881-1888

Box 1   Folder 6

1889

Box 1   Folder 7

1890

Box 1   Folder 8

1891

Box 1   Folder 9

1892

Box 1   Folder 10

1893

Box 1   Folder 11

1894-1895

Box 1   Folder 12

1896

Box 1   Folder 13

1897

Box 2   Folder 1

1898

Box 2   Folder 2

1899

Box 2   Folder 3

1900

Box 2   Folder 4

1901

Box 2   Folder 5

1902

Box 2   Folder 6

1903

Box 2   Folder 7

1904

Box 2   Folder 8

1905

Box 2   Folder 9

1906

Box 2   Folder 10

Jan.-May 1907

Box 2   Folder 11

June-Dec. 1907

Box 3   Folder 1

Jan.-May 1908

Box 3   Folder 2

June-Dec. 1908

Box 3   Folder 3

1909

Box 3   Folder 4

1910

Box 3   Folder 5

1911

Box 3   Folder 6

1912

Box 3   Folder 7

1913

Box 3   Folder 8

Jan.-April 1914

Box 3   Folder 9

May-Dec. 1914

Box 3   Folder 10

1915

Box 4   Folder 1

1916

Box 4   Folder 2

1917

Box 4   Folder 3

1918

Box 4   Folder 4

1919

Box 4   Folder 5

1920

Box 4   Folder 6

1921

Box 4   Folder 7

1922

Box 4   Folder 8

1923

Box 4   Folder 9

1924

Box 4   Folder 10

Jan.-July 1925

Box 4   Folder 11

Aug.-Dec. 1925

Box 5   Folder 1

1926

Box 5   Folder 2

1927

Box 5   Folder 3

Jan.-April 1928

Box 5   Folder 4

May-Dec. 1928

Box 5   Folder 5

1929

Box 5   Folder 6

1930

Box 5   Folder 7

1931

Box 5   Folder 8

1932

Box 5   Folder 9

1933-1935

Box 5   Folder 10

fragments

Box 5   Folder 11

translations of Japanese correspondence

Subseries 2: Family Correspondence

Box 6   Folder 1

1895

Box 6   Folder 2

1897

Box 6   Folder 3

1899

Box 6   Folder 4

1900

Box 6   Folder 5

1904

Box 6   Folder 6

1905

Box 6   Folder 7

1906

Box 6   Folder 8

1907

Box 6   Folder 9

1908

Box 6   Folder 10

1909

Box 6   Folder 11

1910

Box 6   Folder 12

1911

Box 6   Folder 13

1913

Box 6   Folder 14

1914

Box 6   Folder 15

1915

Box 7   Folder 1

1916

Box 7   Folder 2

1917

Box 7   Folder 3

1918

Box 7   Folder 4

1919

Box 7   Folder 5

1920

Box 7   Folder 6

1921

Box 7   Folder 7

1923

Box 7   Folder 8

1926

Box 7   Folder 9

1928

Box 7   Folder 10

1930

Box 7   Folder 11

1932

Box 7   Folder 12

undated and fragments

Series II: Research Materials, Field Notes

Subseries 1: Africa, 1905-1912

Box 8   Folder 1-7

Tribal life and customs

Box 9   Folder 1-5

Tribal life and customs

Box 9   Folder 6-8

Religion and ritual

Box 9   Folder 9

Language

Box 9   Folder 10

Liberians in the United States

Box 9   Folder 11

History of Liberia

Box 9   Folder 12-13

Congo controversy

Box 9   Folder 14

Miscellaneous

Box 10   Folder 1

Congo trip, Field Notebook, August 1905

Box 10   Folder 2

Congo trip, Field Notebook, November 1905

Box 10   Folder 3

Congo trip, Field Notebook, December 1905

Box 10   Folder 4

Congo trip, Field Notebook, January 1906

Box 10   Folder 5

Congo trip, Field Notebook, January 1906

Box 10   Folder 6

Congo trip, Field Notebook, March 1906

Box 10   Folder 7

Congo trip, Field Notebook, April 1906

Box 10   Folder 8

Congo trip, Field Notebook, May 1906

Box 10   Folder 9

Congo trip, Field Notebook, July 1906

Box 10   Folder 10

Congo trip, Field Notebook, August 1906

Box 11   Folder 1

Congo trip, Field Notebook, September 1906

Box 11   Folder 2

Congo trip, Field Notebook, October 1906

Subseries 2: American Indians

Box 11   Folder 3

Speech patterns and music

Box 11   Folder 4

General notes on the Iroquois

Box 11   Folder 5

Iroquois language

Box 11   Folder 6

Iroquois people in 1903

Box 11   Folder 7

Indians of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin region

Box 11   Folder 8

Papers of Indian students

Box 11   Folder 9

Research Trips

Box 11   Folder 10

Fox Indians and notes on a visit to Indian Territory

Box 11   Folder 11

Philippines trip, Field Notebook, No. 1, 1908

Box 11   Folder 12

Philippines trip, Field Notebook, No. 2, 1908

Box 11a   Folder 1

Philippines trip, Field Notebook, No. 3, 1908

Box 11a   Folder 1a

Philippines trip, Field Notebook, No. 4, 1908

Box 11a   Folder 2

Philippines trip, Field Notebook, No. 5, 1908

Box 11a   Folder 3

Philippines trip, Field Notebook, No. 6, 1908 (July-August)

Box 11a   Folder 4

Philippines trip, Field Notebook, No. 7, 1908 (August)

Box 11a   Folder 5

Philippines trip, Field Notebook, No. 8, 1908 (September)

Box 11a   Folder 6

Philippines trip, Field Notebook, No. 9, 1908

Subseries 3: Japan and Korea, 1904-1933

Box 12   Folder 1

Notes on the Japanese epic Nihougi Aston

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Box 12   Folder 2

Essay on the author Katsushika Hokusai

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Box 12   Folder 3

Notes on the author Mokujike

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Box 12   Folder 4

Miscellaneous notes on color prints

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Box 12   Folder 5

Color prints, Hokaido series

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Box 12   Folder 6

Art

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Box 12   Folder 7

Book illustrations and photography

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Box 12   Folder 8

Photography

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Box 12   Folder 9

Revenue stamp catalogs

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Box 12   Folder 10

Match papers and tip envelopes

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Box 12   Folder 11

Longevity

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Box 12   Folder 12

Yokahama

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Box 12   Folder 13

Miscellaneous historical notes

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Box 12   Folder 14

Miscellaneous work notes

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Box 12   Folder 15

Mt. Fuji

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Box 12   Folder 16

Nosatsu pilgrimage

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Box 12   Folder 17

Miscellaneous notes on religion

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Box 13   Folder 1

Gardens and gastronomy

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Ritual

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Box 13   Folder 3

Ainu

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Box 13   Folder 4

Notes on a visit to Sanjo-do

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Box 13   Folder 5

Missionary activities in northern Japan

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Box 13   Folder 6

Archaeology

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Box 13   Folder 7

Ethnography

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Customs

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Box 13   Folder 9

History

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Box 13   Folder 10

Language

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Box 13   Folder 11

Count Masakata Terauchi

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Box 13   Folder 12

Theater

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Box 13   Folder 13

Religion in Ritual

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Box 13   Folder 14

Proverbs

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Box 14   Folder 1

Tokyo Anthropological Association

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Box 14   Folder 2

Tokyo Anthropological Association

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Box 14   Folder 3

Tokyo Anthropological Association

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Box 14   Folder 4

Earthquake benefit, 1914

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Box 14   Folder 5

Miscellaneous

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Box 14   Folder 6

Fragments

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Box 14   Folder 7

Notebook 2, Visit to Japan by Manuel Gonzales, 1909, (in Spanish)

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Box 14   Folder 8

Notebook 3, Visit to Japan by Manuel Gonzales, 1909, (in Spanish)

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Box 14   Folder 9

Notebook 4, Visit to Japan by Manuel Gonzales, 1909, (in Spanish)

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Box 14   Folder 10

Notebook, Visit to Japan by Manuel Gonzales, 1910, (in Spanish)

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Box 14   Folder 11

Notebook 4, Visit to Japan by Manuel Gonzales, 1910, (in Spanish)

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Box 14   Folder 12

Notebook 4, Visit to Japan by Manuel Gonzales, 1909, (in Spanish)

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Box 15   Folder 1

Notebook 1, Japan-Korea, 1904

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Box 15   Folder 2

Notebook 2, Japan-Korea, 1904

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Box 15   Folder 3

Notebook 3, Japan-Korea, 1904

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Notebook 1, Japan-Korea, 1909

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Notebook 2, Japan-Korea, 1909

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Notebook 3, Japan-Korea, 1909

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Box 15   Folder 7

Notebook 4, Japan-Korea, 1909

Box 15   Folder 8

Notebook 5, Japan-Korea, 1909

Box 15   Folder 9

Notebook 6, Japan-Korea, 1909

Box 15   Folder 10

Notebook 7, Japan-Korea, 1909

Box 15   Folder 11

Notebook 8, Japan-Korea, 1909

Box 15a   Folder 1

Notebook 9, Japan-Korea, 1910

Box 15a   Folder 2

Notebook 1, Japan-Korea, 1911

Box 15a   Folder 3

Notebook 2, Japan-Korea, 1911

Box 15a   Folder 4

Notebook 3, Japan-Korea, 1911

Box 15a   Folder 5

Notebook 4, Japan-Korea, 1911

Box 15a   Folder 6

Notebook 5, Japan-Korea, 1911

Box 15a   Folder 7

Notebook 2, Japan-Korea, 1913

Box 15a   Folder 8

Notebook 2, Japan-Korea, 1913

Box 15a   Folder 9

Notebook 4, Japan-Korea, 1913

Box 15a   Folder 10

Notebook 1, Japan-Korea, 1915

Box 15a   Folder 11

Notebook 2, Japan-Korea, 1915

Box 16   Folder 1

Notebook 3, Japan-Korea, 1915-1916

Box 16   Folder 2

Notebook 4, Japan-Korea, 1915

Box 16   Folder 3

Notebook 5, Japan-Korea, 1915-1916

Box 16   Folder 4

Notebook 6, Japan-Korea, 1915-1916

Box 16   Folder 5

Notebook 1, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16   Folder 6

Notebook 2, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16   Folder 7

Notebook 3, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16   Folder 8

Notebook 4, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16   Folder 9

Notebook 5, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16   Folder 10

Notebook 6, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16a   Folder 1

Notebook 7, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16a   Folder 2

Notebook 8, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16a   Folder 3

Notebook 9, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16a   Folder 4

Notebook 10, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16a   Folder 5

Notebook 11, Japan-Korea, 1917

Box 16a   Folder 6

Notebook 1, Japan-Korea, 1919

Box 16a   Folder 7

Notebook 2, Japan-Korea, 1919

Box 16a   Folder 8

Notebook 3, Japan-Korea, 1919

Box 16a   Folder 9

Notebook 4, Japan-Korea, 1919

Box 16a   Folder 10

Notebook 5, Japan-Korea, 1919

Box 17   Folder 1

Notebook 1, Japan-Korea, 1920-21

Box 17   Folder 2

Notebook 2, Japan-Korea, 1920-21

Box 17   Folder 3

Notebook 3, Japan-Korea, 1920-21

Box 17   Folder 4

Notebook 4, Japan-Korea, 1920-21

Box 17   Folder 5

Notebook 5, Japan-Korea, 1920-21

Box 17   Folder 6

Notebook 6, Japan-Korea, 1920-21

Box 17   Folder 7

Notebook 1, Japan-Korea, 1923

Box 17   Folder 8

Notebook 2, Japan-Korea, 1923

Box 17   Folder 9

Notebook 1, Japan, 1925 [sic?]

Box 17   Folder 10

Notebook 2, Japan, 1926

Box 17a   Folder 1

Notebook 3, Japan, 1926

Box 17a   Folder 2

Notebook 4, Japan, 1926

Box 17a   Folder 3

Notebook 5, Japan, 1926

Box 17a   Folder 4

Notebook 6, Japan, 1926

Box 17a   Folder 5

Notebook 1, Japan, 1930

Box 17a   Folder 6

Notebook 2, Japan, 1930

Box 17a   Folder 7

Notebook 3, Japan, 1930

Box 17a   Folder 8

Notebook 4, Japan, 1930

Box 17a   Folder 9

Notebook 5, Japan, 1930

Box 17a   Folder 10

Notebook 6, Japan, 1930

Box 17b   Folder 1

Notebook 7, Japan, 1930

Box 17b   Folder 2

Notebook 8, Japan, 1930

Box 17b   Folder 3

Notebook 1, Japan, 1932

Box 17b   Folder 4

Notebook 2, Japan, 1932

Box 17b   Folder 5

Notebook 3, Japan, 1932

Box 17b   Folder 6

Notebook 1, Japan, 1933

Box 17b   Folder 7

Notebook 2, Japan, 1933

Subseries 4: Asia, General

Box 18   Folder 1

Manchuria

Box 18   Folder 2

Foreign activity in Manchuria and China

Box 18   Folder 3

People of Korea

Box 18   Folder 4

Korean history and religion

Box 18   Folder 5

Korean literature and printing

Box 18   Folder 6

Korean ocean temples

Box 18   Folder 7

Korean Buddhism

Box 18   Folder 8

Korean customs and children

Box 18   Folder 9

Japan and Korea

Box 18   Folder 10

General observations of Korea

Box 18   Folder 11

Miscellaneous notes on Korea

Box 18   Folder 12

Miscellaneous notes on the Philippines

Subseries 5: Mexico

Box 19   Folder 1

Early draft of manuscript of In Old Mexico

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Box 19   Folder 2

Historical notes re: births, deaths, migrations, and diseases

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Box 19   Folder 3

Mormons in Mexico

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Box 19   Folder 4

Edward Palmer in Mexico circa 1885

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Box 19   Folder 5

United States occupation of Vera Cruz, 1914

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Box 19   Folder 6

Archaeology and ethnography, including copy of Notes on Mexican Archaeology by Frederick Starr

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Box 19   Folder 7

Religion, ritual and language

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Box 19   Folder 8

Bulletin of the Free Museum of Science and Art of the University of Pennsylvania, Vol. II, Philadelphia, May 1900, No. 4

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Box 19   Folder 9

Mexican centennial celebrations

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Box 19   Folder 10

Miscellaneous notes on Mexico

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Box 19   Folder 11

Fragments

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Box 19   Folder 12

Notebook 1, Mexico and Chiapas, 1894-1896

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Box 19   Folder 13

Notebook 1, Mexico and Chiapas, 1897

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Box 20   Folder 1

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1898-1899

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Box 20   Folder 2

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1899-1902

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Box 20   Folder 3

Notebook 1, Mexico, undated

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Box 20   Folder 4

Notebook 2, Mexico, undated

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Box 20   Folder 5

Notebook 3, Mexico, undated

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Box 20   Folder 6

Notebook 4, Mexico, undated

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Box 20   Folder 7

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1895

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Box 20   Folder 8

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1895

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Box 20   Folder 9

Notebook 3, Mexico, 1895

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Box 20a   Folder 1

Notebook 4, Mexico, 1895

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Box 20a   Folder 2

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1896

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Box 20a   Folder 3

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1896

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Box 20a   Folder 4

Notebook 3, Mexico, 1896

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Box 20a   Folder 5

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1896 (October)

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Box 20a   Folder 6

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1896 (December)

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Box 20a   Folder 7

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1897

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Box 20a   Folder 8

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1897

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Box 20a   Folder 9

Notebook 3, Mexico, 1897

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Box 20a   Folder 10

Notebook 4, Mexico, 1897

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Box 20b   Folder 1

Notebook 5, Mexico, 1897

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Box 20b   Folder 2

Notebook 6, Mexico, 1897

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Box 20b   Folder 3

Notebook 1, Mexico, June 1898

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Box 20b   Folder 4

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1898-1899

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Box 20b   Folder 5

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1898-1899

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Box 20b   Folder 6

Notebook 3, Mexico, 1898-1899

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Box 20b   Folder 7

Notebook 4, Mexico, 1898-1899

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Box 20b   Folder 8

Notebook 5, Mexico, 1898-1899

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Box 20b   Folder 9

Notebook 1, Mexico, December 1899

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Box 20b   Folder 10

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1900

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Box 20b   Folder 11

Notebook 3, Mexico, 1900

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Box 21   Folder 1

Notebook 4, Mexico, 1900

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Box 21   Folder 2

Notebook 5, Mexico, 1900

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Box 21   Folder 3

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1901

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Box 21   Folder 4

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1901

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Box 21   Folder 5

Notebook 3, Mexico, 1901

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Box 21   Folder 6

Notebook 4, Mexico, 1901

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Box 21   Folder 7

Notebook 5, Mexico, 1901

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Box 21   Folder 8

Notebook 6, Mexico, 1901

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Box 21   Folder 9

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1902

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Box 21   Folder 10

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1902

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Box 21   Folder 11

Notebook 3, Mexico, 1902

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Box 21a   Folder 1

Notebook 4, Mexico, 1902

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Box 21a   Folder 2

Fragments, excerpts from Notebook 5, Mexico, 1902

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Box 21a   Folder 3

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1903

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Box 21a   Folder 4

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1904

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Box 21a   Folder 5

Notebook 3, Mexico, 1904

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Box 21a   Folder 6

Notebook 3 [sic?], Mexico, 1904

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Box 21a   Folder 7

Notebook 4 [sic?], Mexico, 1904

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Box 21a   Folder 8

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1910

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Box 21a   Folder 9

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1910-1911

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Box 21a   Folder 10

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1911

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Box 21a   Folder 11

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1912

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Box 22   Folder 1

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1920

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Box 22   Folder 2

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1920

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Box 22   Folder 3

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1921

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Box 22   Folder 4

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1921

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Box 22   Folder 5

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1922 (?)

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Box 22   Folder 6

Notebook 1, Mexico, 1928

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Box 22   Folder 7

Notebook 2, Mexico, 1928

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Box 22   Folder 8

Notebook 3, Mexico, 1928

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Subseries 6: Central America and Cuba

Box 22   Folder 9

Notebook 1, Cuba, 1916

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Box 22   Folder 10

Notebook 1, Central America, 1918

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Box 22   Folder 11

Notebook 2, Central America, 1918

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Subseries 7: Deformates

Box 23   Folder 1

Questionnaires

Box 23   Folder 2

Male measurements and characteristics

Box 23   Folder 3

Questionnaires regarding extra digits

Box 23   Folder 4

Surveys

Box 23   Folder 5

Drawings of deformities

Box 23   Folder 6

Special correspondence relating to deformities

Box 23   Folder 7

Genealogy and correspondence regarding deformates, including asexual or hermaphrodite persons (?)

Box 23   Folder 8

Miscellaneous notes on deformates

Box 23   Folder 9

Publications

Box 23   Folder 10

History of deformates

Box 23   Folder 11

Crime and Insanity

Box 23   Folder 12

Fingerprint data

Box 24   Folder 1

Fingerprint data

Box 24   Folder 2

Fingerprint data

Box 24   Folder 3

Fingerprint data

Box 24   Folder 4

Deformates, Notebook, State Asylum for the Feeble-minded, Lincoln, IL, 1896

Box 24   Folder 5

Deformates, Notebook, Dwarves and Giants

Box 24   Folder 6

Deformates, Notebook, "Puck Eyed" Pittsley Family History

Box 25   Folder 1

Fingerprint data

Box 25   Folder 2

Finger print cards, ages 8-20, various (North American) Indian tribes’ children

Box 25   Folder 3

Finger print cards, ages 8-20, (North American) various Indian tribes’ children

Box 25   Folder 4

Finger print cards, ages 8-20, (North American) various Indian tribes’ children

Box 25   Folder 5

Finger print cards, ages 8-20, (North American) various Indian tribes’ children

Box 25   Folder 6

Finger print cards, ages 8-20, (North American) various Indian tribes’ children

Box 25   Folder 7

Finger print cards, ages 8-20, (North American) various Indian tribes’ children

Box 25   Folder 8

Finger print cards, ages 8-20, (North American) various Indian tribes’ children

Subseries 8: General Notes and Observations

Box 26   Folder 1

Proverbs and riddles

Box 26   Folder 2

Folktales

Box 26   Folder 3

The family

Box 26   Folder 4

Religious customs

Box 26   Folder 5

Language

Box 26   Folder 6

Notebook, Pampangan

Box 26   Folder 7

Notebook, Notes on European Work, Ethnographical and Anthropological Notes

Box 26   Folder 8

Notebook, Ethnographical and Anthropological Notes

Box 26   Folder 9

Starr's student lecture notes from the Course, "The History of the Roman Empire," Sept.-Dec. 1879

Box 26   Folder 10

Student notes

Box 26   Folder 11

Miscellaneous notes

Box 26a   Folder 1

Notes on several scientific aspects when Dr. Starr lived at Easton, PA; Alton, IL; Luck Hanon, PA; and Cedar Rapids, IA

Box 26a   Folder 2

Miscellaneous notes

Box 26a   Folder 3

Excerpts of Notebook, The Genese Valley, 1891

Box 26a   Folder 4

Photostats of Library of Congress cards of Frederick Starr's work

Series III: Lecture Notes

Box 27   Folder 1-12

Japan and the Orient

Box 27   Folder 13-17

Mexico

Box 28   Folder 1

Central America

Box 28   Folder 2

American Indian

Box 28   Folder 3

Jews

Box 28   Folder 4

Africa

Box 28   Folder 5

Politics and foreign policy

Box 28   Folder 6

Science and religion

Box 28   Folder 7

University education

Box 28   Folder 8

Music

Box 28   Folder 9

General Anthropology

Box 28   Folder 10

Miscellaneous and fragments

Box 28   Folder 11

Student papers

Box 28   Folder 12

Publications

Series IV: Diaries

Box 29   Folder 1

Notebook 1, Auborn, NY, 1878

Box 29   Folder 2

Notebook 2, Auborn, NY, 1878-80

Box 29   Folder 3

Notebook, Rochester, NY, 1880?

Box 29   Folder 4

Notebook, Easton, PA, 1881?

Box 29   Folder 5

Notebook, Upper Alton, 1883 or 1884?

Box 29   Folder 6

Notebook Fragments, Cedar Rapids, IA, 1885-1886

Box 29   Folder 7

Notebook, Cedar Rapids, IA, 1886-1887

Box 29   Folder 8

Notebook, France - Paris Notes, 1891-1893

Box 29   Folder 9

Notebook 2, 1893

Box 29   Folder 10

Notebook, World’s Fair, 1893

Box 29   Folder 11

Notebook, Denmark, 1893

Box 30   Folder 1

Notebook, England, 1899

Box 30   Folder 2

Notebook, Pan-American Exposition, 1901

Box 30   Folder 3

Notebook, undated

Box 30   Folder 4

Notebook, 1888

Box 30   Folder 5

Notebook, New Haven?, 1889-1890

Box 30   Folder 6

Notebook, 1890-1891

Box 30   Folder 7

Notebook, September 1891

Box 30   Folder 8

Notebook, October 1891

Box 30   Folder 9

Notebook, 1891-1893

Box 30   Folder 10

Notebook, California, 1894

Box 30   Folder 11

Notebook, New Mexico, 1897

Box 30a   Folder 1

Notebook, New Mexico, 1899

Box 30a   Folder 2

Notebook, 1907

Box 30a   Folder 3

Notebook, The Northwest, No. 1, 1914

Box 30a   Folder 4

Notebook, The Northwest, No. 2, 1914

Box 30a   Folder 5

Notebook, The West, No. 3, 1914

Box 30a   Folder 6

Notebook, 1923-1926

Box 30a   Folder 7

Notebook, 1925

Box 30a   Folder 8

Daily Record Book, 1902-1904

Box 30a   Folder 9

Daily Record Book, 1904-1907

Box 30a   Folder 10

Daily Record Book, 1907-1909

Box 31   Folder 1

Daily Record Book, 1909-1912

Box 31   Folder 2

Daily Record Book, 1912-1914

Box 31   Folder 3

Daily Record Book, 1914-1916

Box 31   Folder 4

Daily Record Book, 1916-1919

Box 31   Folder 5

Daily Record Book, 1920-1922

Series V: Memorabilia

Box 32   Folder 1-2

Menus and programs

Box 32   Folder 3-4

Invitations, estate sale listings

Box 32   Folder 5-8

Announcements

Box 33   Folder 1

Tickets, to both events Starr attended and to events at which he spoke

Box 33   Folder 2

Bookplates and drawings (Japanese)

Box 33   Folder 3

Cards, calling cards, holiday cards, and postcards

Box 33   Folder 4

Blank postcards (Japanese, photos of landscapes and artifacts)

Box 33   Folder 5

Citations, awards and appointments

Box 33   Folder 6

Grade reports

Box 33   Folder 7

Addresses and receipts

Box 33   Folder 8

Miscellaneous, primarily Pan-Pacific and Japanese related

Box 33   Folder 9

Starr monument in Japan

Box 33   Folder 10

Locks of hair (numbered and named) (origin and purpose unknown)

Box 33   Folder 11

Scrapbook, Miscellaneous newspaper clippings pertaining to the Starr family, many related to slavery debate

Box 33   Folder 12

Newspapers clippings that fell out of the scrapbook

Box 33   Folder 13

Sign-in book for the Folklore Society Dinner in Starr’s honor

Series VI: Clippings

Box 34   Folder 1-9

Unity clips

Box 34   Folder 10

Japanese newspapers

Box 34   Folder 11

Translations of Japanese clippings

Box 34   Folder 12

Comments on Starr's work

Box 34   Folder 13

Miscellaneous

Series VII: Photographs

Subseries 1: Japan, Korea, China, and India

Box 35   Section 1

Photo 1 of Starr in Japanese garb

Box 35   Section 1

Glass negative of Starr in Japanese garb

Box 35   Section 1

Glass negative 1 of D.M. Lord, decoration party

Box 35   Section 1

Photo of Tokaido, Chiryu. Muryoji Group, 1915

Box 35   Section 1

Glass negative of Tokaido, Chiryu. Muryoji Group, 1915

Box 35   Section 1

Glass negative of Tokaido, Chiryu. Muryoji Group, 1915, copy 2

Box 35   Section 1

Glass negative of Ensohima, maker of shell trumpets, 1909-1910

Box 35   Section 1

Photo 2 of Starr in Japanese garb

Box 35   Section 1

Glass negative of Tokaido, Fukurei (Furukawa grave)

Box 35   Section 1

Glass negative of 2 men in boat

Box 35   Section 2

Glass negative of Tokaido, Hakone, Kago, 1915

Box 35   Section 2

Glass negative of Tokyo, Meal at Home, 1909 (broken)

Box 35   Section 2

Glass negative, unknown 1

Box 35   Section 2

Glass negative 2 of D. M. Lord, decoration party

Box 35   Section 2

Glass negative, unknown 2

Box 35   Section 2

Glass negative, Arai, Aajiwara, Cook and old lady, 1909-1919

Box 35   Section 3

Photo of Tokaido, Omachi Group at Ojabe’s House

Box 35   Section 3

Glass negative of Tokaido, Omachi Group at Ojabe’s House

Box 35   Section 3

Glass negative, unknown 3

Box 35   Section 3

Glass negative of Starr at University of Chicago

Box 35   Section 3

Photo of Starr and helpers, Sannukiya, Enoshima, 1915

Box 35   Section 3

Glass Negative of Starr and helpers, Sannukiya, Enoshima, 1915

Box 35   Section 3

Glass positive of Starr at University of Chicago

Box 35   Section 4

Negatives (unknown date) and Photos (1917?)

Box 35   Section 4

Negatives of the Orient (12 negatives), undated

Box 35   Section 4

Shikoku pilgrimage fuda

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, The Harbour of Kobe

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, Lower class bridal garments

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, The foxes sent away

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, The beans laid out

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, Shimenawa at season market

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, Shimenawa at season market (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, Doll market, Tokyo

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, Plum trees, Narita

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, Doll outfitters, Tokyo

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, Gateway pines

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, Battledores for sale

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, Feeding deer, Nara

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, The approach, Nara

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, The approach, Nara (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, The pagoda, Nara

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, The pagoda, Nara (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 4

Photo, The pagoda, Nara (copy 3)

Box 35   Section 5

Photos (1917?)

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Pounding mochi

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, The Mountains of Inari, Anamori

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Filling out the figures, Dangozaka

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, The bean cage

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Outside Dangozaka

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Pile of surplus torii, Anamori

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Inside the torii tunnel, Anamori

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, The Torii Tunnel, Anamori

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, The bear’s head on the nusa

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Trained chrysanthemum, sailing vessel

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, High class bridal garments

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, The kumade market

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Kwannen shrine, Konosu

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Vegetables shop

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, ?? and seeds shop

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Flower figure group at Dangozaka

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, The Tononoma

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Inari’s Mount., Anamori

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Kwannen Figures, Konasu

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Omi and mochi for sale

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, no name 5

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, no name 5 (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, The Entrance, Benten’s Cave

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, The Entrance, Benten’s Cave (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, no name 2

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, no name 2 (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, no name 1

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, no name 1 (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Fresh fish shop

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Fresh fish shop (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Dividing the catch

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Dividing the catch (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Scene in the Jidai Matsuri

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Scene in the Jidai Matsuri (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, no name 3

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, no name 3 (copy 2)

Box 35   Section 5

Photo, Rinzaiji, Shizuoka, 1915

Box 36   Section 1

Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1915

Box 36   Section 2

Negatives of the Orient (15 negatives), 1915

Box 36   Section 3

Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36   Section 4

Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36   Section 5

Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36a   Section 1

Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36a   Section 2

Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36a   Section 3

Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36a   Section 4

Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36a   Section 5

Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36b

Section 1: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36b

Section 2: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36b

Section 3: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1917

Box 36b

Section 4: Negatives of the Orient (15 negatives), 1917

Box 36b

Section 5: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1919

Box 36c

Section 1: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1919

Box 36c

Section 2: Negatives of the Orient (18 negatives), 1919

Box 36c

Section 3: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1921

Box 36c

Section 4: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1921

Box 36c

Section 5: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), 1921

Box 36d

Section 1: Negatives of the Orient (21 negatives), 1921

Box 36d

Section 2: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), undated

Box 36d

Section 3: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), undated

Box 36d

Section 4: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), undated

Box 36d

Section 5: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), undated

Box 36e

Section 1: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), undated

Box 36e

Section 2: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), undated

Box 36e

Section 3: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), undated

Box 36e

Section 4: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), undated

Box 36e

Section 5: Negatives of the Orient (20 negatives), undated

Box 36f

Negatives of the Orient

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, Music shop, Asakusa, 1909 (10 copies)

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, Japanese performance 1 (3 copies)

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, Japanese performance 2 (3 copies)

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, Ama-no Hashidate

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, no name (Japanese figurines)

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, no name (Japanese figurines)

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, no name (Japanese figurines)

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, Hurmade (Japanese figurines), 1909

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, Store at Hongo, 1909

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, Pine tree - old man and old woman. Wedding outfitter. Shimbashi

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, Sumiyoshi dancers: Kojiris shrine, 1909

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, 195 New Year decoration. Store. Hongo, 1909

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, New Year decoration. Store. Hongo, 1909

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, New Year decoration. Store. Hongo, 1909

Box 36g   Section 1

Photo, New Year decoration. Store. Hongo, 1909

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Cranes. Wedding outfitter. Shimbashi, 1909

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Meguro. Mochi, 1909

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, New Year decoration. Store. Hongo, 1909

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Sack, coral, ? Wedding outfitter. Shimbashi, 1909

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Cakes. Tokyo, 1909

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Elephant. Wedding outfitter. Shimbashi, 1909

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, no name (engraved rock)

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Doll’s festival: Ms. Nishizawa’s

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, no name (Japanese figurines)

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Doll’s festival: Marquis Tokugawa’s

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Photo, Doll’s festival: Marquis Tokugawa’s

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Doll’s festival: Marquis Tokugawa’s

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Shopping for the Doll’s festival

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Doll’s market: little furniture, doll shop, Tokyo, 1916

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Daruma Horse, Oha Collection

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Battle?, as offered for sale in the December market

Box 36g   Section 2

Photo, Doll shops: Tokyo, 1916

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, The Library of Meiji as destroyed by the great earthquake and fire

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, Doll’s festival, J. Oyabe’s house (the most typical of the lot)

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, no name (engraved rock), copy 2

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, The Stone Buddha, Shirakawa, Kyoto

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, Doso Shin, Hirao mura, Shimo Takai-gori, Shimano

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, The Stone Buddha, The ? side of Yamanakagoe between Yamashiro and Omi

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, The gate of Mishima - shrine, Kyoto

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, The Library of Meiji as destroyed by the great earthquake and fire (copy 2)

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, Starr’s home in Tokyo, 1923

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, ?

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, Children waiting as Abuto-Kwa?, February 8

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, Male and female stores, Matsunaga, February 8

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, Lying dragon ?, Garyoho, February 4

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, no name (parade 1)

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, no name (parade 2)

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, Music shop, Asakusa, 1909 (copy 11)

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, Shirako: Toji, January 29

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, Kobe fifty years ago, "movies"

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, The Shinto gateway at Atsuto (Miyao)

Box 36g   Section 3

Photo, ? house at Mariko

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, How we crossed the Fuji River

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Typical scene of the Tokaido: above Tatsuka

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Kobe fifty years ago, plum tree

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Kobe fifty years ago, City Hall

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Kobe fifty years ago, Saumomya

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Kobe fifty years ago, Mitsubishi Storage Co.

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Wrestler, boy of thirteen

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, no name (wrestlers 1)

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, no name (wrestlers 2)

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, no name (wrestlers 3)

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, no name (wrestlers 4), 1913

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Monument to No dancer at Kaianji

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, One-mat room, from side, 1913

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Grave of Matsuura Takeshiro, Somei Cemetery, Tokyo, 1913

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Mirror presented to Dazaifu Tenjin in Meiji, 1913

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Small mirror presented to various Tenjin temples, 1913

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Ariru Kakemoro, Matsuura Takeshiro, 1913

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Prince Katsu grave

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Photo, no name (wrestlers 5), 1913

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Photo, no name (wrestlers 6), 1913

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Photo, no name (wrestlers 7), 1913

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Photo, no name (wrestlers 8), 1913

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Photo, no name (wrestlers 9), 1913

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, no name (wrestlers 10), 1913

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, no name, 1913

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, ? Castle, February 2

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, no name (building)

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Asano Shrine, Hiroshima, February 11

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, Sir Harry Parke’s monument (1876), separation of Kusunoka, father and son, January 29

Box 36g   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Stock of stones, Taikoh-en, 1909

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Prince Keiki, 1909

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Admiral Togo at Tamba Maru, 1911

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Tattoo, Tokyo, 1911

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Tattoo, Tokyo, 1911

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, no name (parade 1)

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Photo, no name (parade 2)

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, no name (parade 3)

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, no name (parade 4)

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Fukugawa Hachiman, albino horse

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Plum garden, Narita, 1916

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, no name (bridge 1)

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, no name (bridge 2)

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Masquerade party, star-man (Yoshida gift)

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Copy of photographs of "Sacho" (Gakenouchi)

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, The Neban portrait, death of Matsuura Takeshiro under the Hokkaido tree, 1913

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Mountains of ?, Matsuuro Takeshiro, 1913

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Drawings by Matsuura Takeshiro, 1913

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Mirror presented to Kiposan-jinja, Yoshiro Meiji, 1913

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Mirror presented to Temmanji, Kyoto, 1913

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Prince Go’s grave

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, no name (bark)

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 36g   Section 5

Photo, Daigo memorial

Box 36h   Section 1

10 Unidentified photos (many of bridges and harbors)

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, Phallic shrine before Kusatsu

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, Shrine to Ninomiya Sentoku, Odawara

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, no name (building on water), 1917

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, Gemmangu, January 29

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, Daimyal procession

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, Daimyal procession, Kioto

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, Ball-rolling, school near Mariko

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, View of Lake Hakone, Hakone Village

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, Nishinomiya, Ebisu, January 30

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, Hitomaro’s shrine, Akashi, January 31

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, Chrysanthemums, Futabaya, Kusatsu

Box 36h   Section 1

Photo, Above Tatsuka, typical Tokaido

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Stone shop, near Otsu

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, no name, 1913

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Abekawa, Prince Shimadzu’s sendai

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Stone shop, near Otsu

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Doll’s festival, Oyabe’s, 1916

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Quarry-view, near Ishi-no-hoden, February

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Onoye pine, February

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, ? (carts carrying people), January 30

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, ?, January 31

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, MIyako-?-matsu, February

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Mizuno Kenkai, Kodzu

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Kago men at Genmoto

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Gateway of ?, January 29

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Dolls market, hina

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Iyeyasu’s well, Okazaki

Box 36h   Section 2

Photo, Stone shop, near Otsu

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Yeyo at Saidayi 1

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Yeyo at Saidayi 2

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Memorial ?, Nanmon, near Torai, 1913

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Northern houses, Anju

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Kimchi materials market, ?, 1911

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, The pagoda, detail, Seoul, 1911

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Gen. Kim’s grave, Hyong Ju, 1911

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, no name, 1911

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, ? Temple, ?, 1913

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, The hotel at Ishibe

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Chang sung, ?, 1913

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, no name, 1913

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, no name, 1917

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Photo, no name (miniatures), 1910

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Doll ceremony

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Doll ceremony (copy 2)

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Doll ceremony (copy 3)

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Doll ceremony (copy 4)

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Small plum tree, Daikoh-en (6 copies)

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, Humade, Uzume masks (2 copies)

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, The favorite humade, a mass of symbols

Box 36h   Section 3

Photo, A Shimadai (2 copies)

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name (figurines)

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, The view of Itoman

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name (rock 1, copy 1)

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name (rock 1, copy 2)

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name (rock 2)

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name (rock and man)

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, Iwaso Hotel 1

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, Iwaso Hotel 2

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, Mimato gawa

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, Nauko Sha

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, Ikutano ume

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, Hachino miya jinsha

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, Kanigawa

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, ? ginsha

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, Matsuura Takeshiro, monument no. 8 of 25 Teijin shrines (2 copies)

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name (figurine)

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Photo, no name

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Photo, no name (procession 1)

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Photo, no name (procession 2)

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Photo, no name (procession 3)

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Photo, no name (procession 4)

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Photo, no name (procession 5)

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Photo, no name (procession 6)

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Photo, no name (procession 7)

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name (procession 8)

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, Front gate of Kamei palace, Suigen Shaso - great wing - is kept within the building

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36h   Section 4

Photo, Suigen: "gallant rainbow" gate and "flower and willow viewing" pavillion

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, Waterfall of the West Lake, at the model farm, Suigen

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, Scene before the gate of ?, Kagan, Suigen-gun

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, Kanaya machi from Hiyaka pass

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, Suigen-gun, Kagan, Shoso, great king tomb: about 120 years

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, Inside of Castle of Suigen - named Shimporo

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Photo, ? building of ? of Kagan, Suigen-gun

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Photo, no name

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Photo, no name

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Photo, no name (painting)

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, Rokuu Yasushi

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, Yabakei Buzen province

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, Mitamura Kagikei, February 11

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, The mochi shops of Abekawa, Shizuoka

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, Tengu Gatake, Ishizuchi mountain

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, no name (tattooed man)

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, ? Tsunoka

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Photo, no name (procession 1)

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Photo, no name (procession 2)

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Photo, no name (procession 3)

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Photo, no name (procession 4)

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Photo, no name (procession 5)

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, no name (procession 6)

Box 36h   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 1

30 Unidentified photos of diverse subjects (buildings, people, landscapes)

Box 36i   Section 1

22 Photos of tatooed men, labeled "Choyukai"

Box 36i   Section 1

Photo, Oguri Bungo, no-kami

Box 36i   Section 1

Photo, The Masaki waterfall, Goratsusan uma county, Iyo

Box 36i   Section 1

Photo, Omogo gorge, Kami ? county, Iyo

Box 36i   Section 1

Photo, Strange view of Ohboke, Awa

Box 36i   Section 1

Photo, Suie, Tosa

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, American Consulate, Mukden, 1916

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Street signs, Mukden

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, This picture was taken in Shanghai Palace, 1923

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Barrow, Antung, 1916

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Cartmakers, Antung

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, ?, Mukden

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Plum trees, Narita

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Bato - Kwanwon (stone), Akakura hot spring, Nakakubiki-gun, Echingo

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Ishizuchi yama (the highest peak in Shikoka)

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Akaishi yama (a peak in the Ishizuchi range)

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, The city of Kochi

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Tochu bashi (upstream of Niyodo River), Tosa

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, The Dragon Peak (Ishizuchi Yama)

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, An attempt to take some flowers

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Juso (Silver-thaw), Futatsu Gatake uma county, Iyo

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Juso (Silver-thaw), Futatsu Gatake uma county, Iyo

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Juso (Silver-thaw), Futatsu Gatake uma county, Iyo

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Juso (Silver-thaw), Futatsu Gatake uma county, Iyo

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Plum trees, Narita

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, The city of Tokushima

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Takshashi Fuji, 1932

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Pottery street, Osaka, Showa

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Pottery street, Osaka, Showa

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Pottery street, Osaka, Showa

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Pottery street, Osaka, Showa

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Pottery street, Osaka, Showa

Box 36i   Section 2

Photo, Choyukai

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Isshiri, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Isshiri, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Isshiri, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Isshiri, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Isshiri, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Isshiri, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Tokyo, Okachi-machi, bead screen, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, no name (forest)

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Photo, Fukagawa jinja, great anikoshi, with offerings

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Fukagawa jinja, Showa

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Photo, Fukagawa jinja, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Fukagawa jinja, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Fukagawa jinja, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Tabata nio-do, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Nio-do, Stone ?, Tabata

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Worshippers at Tabata Mt. Fuji shrine, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Gardener at Bonsai-mura, Amiya, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Bonsai-mura, Amiya, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Pottery street, Osaka, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Pottery street, Osaka, Showa

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, Small plum tree, Diakoh-en

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, ? tower base, Mukden

Box 36i   Section 3

12 Unidentified photos of diverse subjects (buildings, people, landscapes)

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, Old Tanabata Sama ceremony

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Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, no name

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Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, Carpenter ceremony beyond ?, January 30

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, After Kasaoka, February 7

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, no name

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Photo, no name

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Photo, no name

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Photo, Carpenter's emblems

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 4

Photo, Carpenter's emblems, Fujisawa

Box 36i   Section 5

Postcard

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, Entrance to the Bay of ?, Tosa

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, The outside view of the Kawasaki Dockyard, Kobe

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, A giant tree at Mokusai

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, Kobe fifty years ago, Husunoke monument

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, ? pounding mochi

Box 36i   Section 5

7 Unidentfied photos

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, An elevated railway car in Tokyo

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, Nakanoshima, one of the most prosperous places in Osaka

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, The Mitsukoshi department store, Toyko

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, The Yokohama silk conditioning house

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, The airplane factory in the Kawasaki dockyard, Kobe

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, A liner of the Nippon Yusen Kaisha

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, "Gyoko" Road, or a road for the passage of the Imperial cortege, at Marunouchi, Tokyo

Box 36i   Section 5

Photo, The outside view of the Yawate steel foundry

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, A group of musicians performing a piece of music called "Miyako-odori" around a microphone, while it was being sent outu by the Tokyo Broadcasting Station

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, The interior equipment of the Tokyo Broadcasting Station

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, Veiw in the district of Kyobashi

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, The rolling stock factory in the Kawasaki Dockyard, Kobe

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, An electric-car at the cultural railway station

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, The Marunouchi building in front of Tokyo station

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, The Mitsubishi Bank, Tokyo

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, The Nakatsugawa power-station of the Shin-yetsu Electric Power Company

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, The Yokohama silk conditioning house

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, View of the district of the Kyobashi, Tokyo

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, The neighbourhood of the Public Hall at Nakanoshima, Osaka

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, The interior of the Tokyo subway

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, An omnibus in Tokyo

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, The blast-furnace of the Yawata steel foundry

Box 36j   Section 1

Photo, The library of the liner

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, The Yokohama silk conditioning house

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, The view of the Tokyo Broadcasting Station

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, The view of Nihombashi

Box 36j   Section 2

5 Unidentified photos

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, "Bush" sign, Nakamura

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Microcephal, Matsuo

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Grave of ?

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Grave of Shiba Kokan

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Pilgrim grave

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Guide stone

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Cart left at No. 18

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Jizo shrine, whooping cough, Shikoku

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Offerings to Koyasa Jizo

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Anzahu Shrine

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Rebus, Osaka

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Rebus, Kawasaki

Box 36j   Section 2

Photo, Okumasan at work, ?

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Yoshioka and ?, ?

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Uso monument, Sakura-?, Nagoya

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Wayside 88

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Dancers

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Six ? ribbed

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Blind girl pilgrim

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Old tower

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Round stone shrine

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Cart with sick man

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Water-drip cloths

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Ushigoni celebration, Uajima, July 23

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Ushigoni celebration, Uajima

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Tree jizo

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Woman with puppet near Anabuki Shikokei

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Phallic stone

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Shaku offerings

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, ?, seven Buddhas milk temple

Box 36j   Section 3

6 Unidentified photos of various subjects

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Daruma-making, near Oiso

Box 36j   Section 3

Photo, Daruma-making, near Oiso

Box 36j   Section 4

7 Unidentified photos of various subjects

Box 36j   Section 4

Photo, Sela-no-Karahashi

Box 36j   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36j   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36j   Section 4

Photo, Abekawa, Prince Shimadzu's sendai

Box 36j   Section 4

Photo, Stone shop, near Oisu

Box 36j   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36j   Section 4

Photo, no name (landscape)

Box 36j   Section 4

12 Unidentified photos of various subjects (people, buildings, art)

Box 36j   Section 4

Photo, Sanko ? (Aguri)

Box 36j   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36j   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, The Christian tombs in olden times, Kyoto

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Six jizos

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Bioshamon's altar, ?

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Double figure, "Dosojiu," near Kozu

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Pebbled jizo, Kaianji, near ?

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Priests' graves, Tsu

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Five Buddhas, Kokuburi-ji, ?

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Pagoda, ?

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Mikage, ?, January 30

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Myoko-in, February 7

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Myoko-in, February 7

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Onomichi, Jaikoku-ji, February 9

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Earth god, near ?, February 8

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Abuto ?, February 8

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Kwayasa jizo, near Goryoho, February 4

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Tamabushi, near Ishiyama

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Inari

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Onomichi, Jaikoku-ji, February 9

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Inari

Box 36j   Section 5

Photo, Wash figure, Kamakura

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, Vishinomiya, Ebisu

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, Vishinomiya, Ebisu

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, Toji, Kyoto, January 29

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, 47 ronin memorial, Ako, February 3

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, Shrine to Kashin, beyond Kanagawa

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, no name (Buddha statue)

Box 37   Section 1

12 Unidentified photos (mostly of art and statuary)

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, ? Oguri, Tokyo

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, ? bell, ? Oguri, Tokyo

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, Kashin figures, Fujisawa

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, Kashin, Fujisawa

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, Kashin figures, Fujisawa

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, The rosary service, Hanjoji

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, Sauko, Oguri

Box 37   Section 1

Photo, Toko, Aguri

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, Mr. Mizuno and rosary, Hanjoji

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, Rosary, Hanjoji

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, ? shrine, island near ?, Jizo with pebbles

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, Ganjino ?, Toshadaiji

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, Eura at Nine-no-Yakushi, Horiuji

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, Horiuji painting, Oguri

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, Horiuji painting, Oguri

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, Horiuji painting, Oguri

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, Koshin, Fujisawa

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, ? figure at Katase, ?

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, Domingo Chuchihashi Fakinyo, Juana Chuchihashi Ryo, Catalina Chuchihashi Ritsuno, ?, 1916

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, ? de Chuchi Nashi Rokuemon, muerto en 1741

Box 37   Section 2

Photo, Fudo of Narita, Chiba prefecture

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, Narita Fudo, Chibaken

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, no name (Buddha statue)

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, no name (structure in water)

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, no name (wall covered in papers)

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, no name (buildings)

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, no name (figurines)

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, no name (stone)

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, Five Buddhas, Oiso

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, no name (three men)

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, no name (statue)

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, ? Yamabushi disputing in this way, which is their solemn ceremony

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, Mekko-san and Okko-san mountains

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, Position of the leader in goma ceremony while the crowd fillsoutside the outer stone parapet in the ceremony day

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, The gate of Kurodani, Kyoto

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, Mr Tsukumo's ? at the tea ceremony

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, Posture of the leader in goma geremony when he regulates the fire before him

Box 37   Section 3

Photo, Mr Tsukumo's temple and his father

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, partial of group of men

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, Mr Tsukomo's ema displayed

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, Ema in Mr Tsukomo's native place

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, The chief building of Gayaim

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, The leader of goma ceremony temporarily acted and Mr Tsukomo as a retainer

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, One of the building of Gayaim

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, Eno-gyoja, the chief Buddha statue of Gayaim, temple we visited

Box 37   Section 4

6 Unidentified photos of various subjects

Box 37   Section 4

6 Unidentified photos of artwork

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, no name (2 copies)

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, no name (seated man)

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 4

Photo, To make the crane design from modern book

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, Paper-folding designs from my little friends

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, Tai, wedding outfitters, Shimbashi

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, Old broadside, directions for Fukusuke figure

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, Kangyo, cold season pilgrimage

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, no name (crowd of people)

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, Ainu on the trail

Box 37   Section 5

Photo, Men in ceremonial dress before the hut

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, A set bow with poison arrow

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, Ainu men, good types

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, Ainu group, bear cage behind

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, The street, horses and store houses

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, Ainu man and woman

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, Dancing the "bird dance"

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, ?, Hokkaido

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, Chief of Poratori, Hokkaido

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, ?, Hokkaido

Box 37a   Section 1

Photo, ?, Hokkaido

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ?, Hokkaido

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ?, Hokkaido

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ?, Hokkaido

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ?, Hokkaido

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ? at Matsushimia

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ?, Hokkaido

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ?, Hokkaido, village scene

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ?, Hokkaido, "a dance"

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ?, Hokkaido, ? girls and ?

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ?, Hokkaido, ? men going on a journey

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ?, Hokkaido, grinding grain, Poratori

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, Japanese temple

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, Two old men going on a journey, Poratori

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, ? Poratori, Hokkaido

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, no name (diseased child)

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, Mirijok, Arisung

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, "He is unmarried, boy carrier"

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, no name (boys playing)

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, no name (group of men)

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 37a   Section 2

Photo, no name (building)

Box 37a   Section 3

10 Unidentified photos

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, no name (large crowd)

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, no name (two men in regalia)

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Anniversary celebration

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Cake seller, Seoul

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Rake seller, ? market

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Women ?, stepping stones, Dongdo

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Woman, Seoul

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Ripening manure, ?

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Ancient grave, near crash pass, Lake ?

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Dead man, met on road to ?, Kongo

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Woman's headdress

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, ? near Shakuoji station

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Mudang scene, ? Seoul

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Woman's headdress, Dongo, 1916

Box 37a   Section 3

Photo, Country boys, near Fuken-do, Kongo

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Music and dancing girl, Seoul

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Nandaimon, Seoul

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Bridgeview, Seoul

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Rest house for the king's guests, in Shatokei garden, Seoul

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Institute of Korean Industrial Arts, Seoul

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Stone bridge near blood-stained bridge out for Songdo

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Worshipping at graves near ?

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Hailing, Torai-Namon

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Worshipping at graves near Unjin

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Weighing cotton, Kuisen market

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Pottery carrier, Kuisen market

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Old woman and hat, Torai-Namon

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Mode of riding, Kuisen

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Married man, Ansung market

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Carrier at lunch, Ansung market

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Rice reapers, Suwan

Box 37a   Section 4

Photo, Carrier, Ansung market

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Carriers visiting, Ansung market

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Wood carriers, Seoul

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Vegetable, ? market

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, ? on trail to monastery, Seoul

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Woman's headdress, ?

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Northern style house, ?

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Chang Sung, (a) Shakuoji

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Woman's hat, ?

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Udong, Shop sign, Seoul

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Brass, Kuisen market

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Memorial stones, Suwan

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Street scene in Seoul, the city woman's outdoor dress

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Mudang scene, outside Seoul

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, Women at market, Namon

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, J.H. Morris, ? Chun Ju

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, ? trail to monastery, near Seoul

Box 37a   Section 5

Photo, ? trail to monastery, near Seoul

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, no name (children on statue)

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, no name (crowd)

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, no name (woman)

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, Namdemon (Nandaimon), Songdo

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, Stone bridge, near Torai

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, Rickety dwarf, Songdo

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, Bull-drivers, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, Woman with headdress, Songdo

Box 37b   Section 1

Photo, Mourner, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Manmulsang, Kongo

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, ? market square, Naumon, near Torai

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, ? market square, Naumon, near Torai

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Chilsung do, Anju, 1916

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Portrait of ? first king, Chun Ju

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Gate at Nanmon, near Torai

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Royal library, Hang Hwa

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, View through monastery gate, Hang Hwa Island

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Marriage outfitters shop, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Shop of wedding and funeral outfitter, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Breaking stone, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Ice house, Kyong Ju

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, View from ice house, Kyong Ju

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Stones and rag tree, near East Gate, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Framework of house, Swan

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Korean village at ?, Unsan mines

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Unsan mines, view from upper camp, ?

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Wedding outfitters shop, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 2

Photo, Riverside villa (now PO), Pyong Yang

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, ?, battle site near Pyong Yang

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Shrine of ?, Songo

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Namdemon (Nandaimon), Songo, 1916

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Stone bridge, Songdo

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Gate, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Lakelet of the Islands of the Seven Stars, ? Sung-do, Anju

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Woman's headdress, ?

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Portrait, Cheung Mong Ju, Songdo

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Lake Mika, near Sea Kongo

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Confucian Hall, near Songo

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, J.H. Morris, Kun San Sa, Chun Ju

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, J.H. Morris, Kun San Sa, Chun Ju

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Arrangements for funeral, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Woman laundreying, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Sedan-chari, carriers waiting, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Bullock loaded with fuel, Songdo, 1916

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Stone piling, near Fuko-an, Kongo

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Stone heap and rag tree, road to Fuken-do, Kongo

Box 37b   Section 3

Photo, Boys, winter head gear, Songdo

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Platform for royal temple, temple of ? General, East Gate, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Platform for royal temple, temple of ? General, East Gate, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Power line, Pyon Yang, 1911

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, The creature at the Palace Gate, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Chung-do-kyo, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Woman's head-band, mode of baby carrying, ?, 1916

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Coming to market, Kuisen bridge

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Ripening manure, ?

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Painting objects for funerals, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Pak-sang-nu (Hyaku-shoro), Anju

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Hill with graves, ?, 1916

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, View in Manmulsang, diamond mountains

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Bull market, Pyong Yang

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, General view Anju, from within, looking to East Gate

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, Northern house, Anju

Box 37b   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 37b   Section 5

Photo, Grains and seeds shop, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 5

Photo, Pottery shop, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 5

Photo, Amphitheatre, Manmulsang, Kongo

Box 37b   Section 5

Photo, Portrait of first king, Chun Ju

Box 37b   Section 5

Photo, Street scene in Seoul, the common mode of freighting

Box 37b   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 37b   Section 5

Photo, Hall of reception, north palace, Seoul

Box 37b   Section 5

Photo, Koike Okukichi, age 49, Kainei, Chosen

Box 37b   Section 5

38 Unidentified photos of buddha statues and drawings, Korea

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, Unjin Mirjok

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, Mr. Tsukumo hunting persimon

Box 38   Section 1

17 Unidentified photos of various subjects

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, Kija's shrine

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, Kija's shrine

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, J.H. Morris, Kun San Sa, Chun Ju

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, The Buddhas, main temple, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, Painting exterior, Sinkei-Sa

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, Painting, ? kuigo, ?

Box 38   Section 1

Photo, Painting, Yuchan-sa

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, The bell, Kiyong Ju

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Great bell at Pyong Yang

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, The fifty-three Buddhas, Yo-chom-sa

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, White Buddha shelter

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Buddha figures, Kyong Ju

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Miryok, Buddhas, near ? Gate

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Small shrine, Unjin at Miryok

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Tsudo-ji, Gong-do-sa

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Bogyoji

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Pawp-chu-sa

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Bogyoji, ?

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, no name (Buddha statues)

Box 38   Section 2

Photo, Wall painting, salvation ship, ?

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Chik-chi-sa (=Chokushi-ji)

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Bogyoji

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Hoi-am-sa, portrait, muhak, Chikong, Nan Oong

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Bogyoji, Pom-o-sa

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Bogyoji, Pom-o-sa

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Ryu-sho-ji, Gong-ju-sa

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Painting, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Kai-in-ji, Ha-ku-sa

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Kai-in-ji, Ha-ku-sa

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Kai-in-ji, Ha-ku-sa

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Kai-in-ji, Ha-ku-sa

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, White Buddha, near Seoul

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Pagoda, Kyong Ju

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Old stone work at monastery, Pul-kon-sa

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Kanghwa Island monastery, Hell Kings Hall

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Chokushi-ji, Chik-chi-sa

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Little priest, Lady Omis celebration, Chung-yang-sa

Box 38   Section 3

Photo, Hoi-am-sa, Chikong's monument

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Song-kwang-sa

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Details of rafters, Great hall, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Ceiling timbers, Great hall, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Shitenno, Luchon-sa

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Three miryok in temple at Anju

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Memorial on approach to Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Bridge gate, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Bell tower, oldest building, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Monks a Mochi, Fuko-an, Kongo

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Lecture hall, Luchon-sa

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Monuments near Luchon-sa, Kongo

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Song-kwang-sa

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Ho-ju-ji, Pawp-chu-sa

Box 38   Section 4

Photo, Ho-ju-ji, Pawp-chu-sa

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, Shitenno, Shakuoji (2 copies)

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, Pawpchu-sa, Ho-ju-ji

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, Shitenno, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, Shitenno, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, The head priest and stone pagoda, Shinkeji

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, Fifty ? Buddhas, Yuchon-sa

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, Chief priest at Sinkei-sa, Shinkeiji

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, Main temple entrance, Sinkei-sa, Shinkeiji

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, God of the mountain, Fuko-an (Sinkei-sa)

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, Shitenno, Yuchon-sa

Box 38   Section 5

7 photos of wall paintings, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, Buddha, Shakuoji

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, no name

Box 38   Section 5

Photo, Lama tower, Mukden, 1916

Box 38a   Section 1

Section 1:Photo, Painting, Fuchonisa

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Japanese Buddha, October 24, 1913, ?

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Rakan, Sinkei-sa

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Hoju-ji, Pawp-chu-sa

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Song-kwang-sa

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Hoi-am-sa, Nan-oong's monument

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Song-kwang-sa

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Hoi-am-sa, Nan-oong's monument

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Ryu-sho-ji, Yong-ju-sa

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Pong-cum-sa

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Wall painting, exterior of large temple, Yuchon-sa

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Danzoku-mon, "common people stop," Shakuoji

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Domway, temple at Yuchon-sa

Box 38a   Section 1

Photo, Sinkei-sa with ?

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Three Buddhas, Kongo

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Shakuoji

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Eura-do, Shakuoji

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, General view at Shakuoji

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Pong-cum-sa

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Shakuoji

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Painting, ten kings, Shakuoji

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Miryok, natural ?

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Bogyoji

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Rakan hall? Yuchoon-sa

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Wall painting, main temple, Shakuoji

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, Wall painting, Shakuoji, 1916

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo, East gate, Shakuoji

Box 38a   Section 2

5 Unidentified landscape photos, taken in either China or Korea

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo/Postcard, Tall wine cups of stone age, found in Kainei

Box 38a   Section 2

Photo/Postcard, The East Gate of Kainei wall immediately after the Russo-Japanese War

Box 38a   Section 3

Photo, Stone fist-hatchet, discovered in Kainei

Box 38a   Section 3

Photo, Buddhas, Kainei

Box 38a   Section 3

Photo, Stone implement, Kainei

Box 38a   Section 3

6 Unidentified photos of various subjects

Box 38a   Section 3

Photo, Stone Buddha, Anuradha Jura, Ceylon

Box 38a   Section 3

Photo, Temple, Rameswaren, India

Box 38a   Section 3

Photo, Entrance to temple, Rameswaren, India

Box 38a   Section 3

Photo, Restoration work, Anuradhapura, Ceylon

Box 38a   Section 3

Photo, Dagoba Rumawaddi, Anuradhapura, Ceylon

Box 38a   Section 3

Photo, Temple, Rameswaren, India

Box 38a   Section 3

Photo, Resting corridor, temple, Rameswaren, India

Subseries 2: The Americas

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo, The Geo. Taylor House, Easton, Pennsylvannia, 1881-82

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo, Gorge between Clifford and Ringing Rocks, Pennsylvannia, 1881-82

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo, Northhampton Co. Fair house, Easton, Pennsylvannia, 1881-82

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo, Paul Coe, expert royal photographer

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo, no name (house)

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo, no name (house)

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo, no name (house interior)

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo, Stone heap, road to ?

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo, View in Barranca

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo,The professor ?

Box 38a   Section 4

Photo, J.D.P. ? nat. ?, 1939

Box 38a   Section 4

4 Unidentified portrait photos

Box 38a   Section 5

Section 5:3 Unidentified portrait photos

Box 38a   Section 5

Photo, ?, 1891 (portrait)

Box 38a   Section 5

Photo, ? (portrait)

Box 38a   Section 5

Photo, no name (group of men, some of which are identified: Ranke, ?)

Box 38a   Section 5

Photo, Richard Andree, born at Brunswick, 16 February 1835

Box 38a   Section 5

Photo, ? (portrait)

Box 38a   Section 5

Photo, Johannes Ranke

Box 38a   Section 5

Photo, no name (portrait)

Box 38a   Section 5

Photo, no name (buildings)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, Tomas Ceron Camargo, Dillon, Montana, May 12, 1914

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, no name

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, "Point of Rock" shelter, Davis County

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, no name (man)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, Dr. Buttikofer, director of the Rotterdamsche Diergaarde, 1911 (with primate)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, no name (statue)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, Columbia Exposition

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, no name (body of water)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, no name (body of water)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, Indian writings?, San Fernando, Lower Cal, Mexico

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, Plenyons ? Wolo, Liberia (portrait)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, Paul N. Revere (portrait)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, James J. Rundles, Central Christian Institute, Crofton, Kentucky (portrait with title "Help save Africa")

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, Douma (portrait)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, no name (two men)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, no name (portrait)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, "With best regards to Prof. F. Starr from Hilary R.W. Johnson" (portrait)

Box 38b   Section 1

Photo, no name (portrait)

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, George ?

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Aaron Dewalt

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, S. Waryan Nyaffer, Marshall, Texas

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Lieutenant Chad J. ?

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Seabron F. Hall

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Thomas S. ?

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, At the river's side, Chiapa

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, ? Igoroto, preparing construction material

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, The Indian government at San Bartolome

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Bridge of vines, near ?

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Husk mask

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Doorkeeper's mask

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Doorkeeper's mask

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Cloud cataract near Juquila

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Ayuila

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, Comanche Springs

Box 38b   Section 2

Photo, no name (house frame)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, Carnival at Progreso

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, The cross, San Nicolas Panorla

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name (bull)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, Dr. Caparo says the base of this wall is pre-Inca (stone ruins)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name (low stone wall)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, Stone covered with hieroglyphics

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name (landscape)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, Women, San Blas

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name (man)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name (man)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name (woman)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name (woman)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name (two men)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, Case of white pinto, Tuxila Gutierrez

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, Indian hut, Santa Anita

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, The huchuetl or ancient drum, Los Reyes

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 38b   Section 3

Photo, Fiesta of San Marcos, Juquila

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, Dancers in the Danza de la Conquista, Juquila

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, Cactus near Cuicatlan

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, Cart and olla, San Geronimo

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, San Geronimo ware

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, The church at ?

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, Chippewa ? birch house, rainy lake region

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, Where the tree ferns grow

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, Fence of organo cactus

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, A street in San Lorenzo

Box 38b   Section 4

13 Unidentified photos of a plantation and its inhabitants

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, Indian near carved tree, southwest corner of Chihua (state), Mexico

Box 38b   Section 4

Photo, Self flagellation/purification

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, The Padre’s house at Medeltin

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, no name (pantry shelves)

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, no name (street scene)

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, Ready for church, Tehuantepec

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, no name (pottery)

Box 38b   Section 5

Photo, no name (woman)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, no name (man)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, no name (woman)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, no name (boy)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, no name (two men)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, no name (buildings in a field)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, no name (woman)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, no name (man)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, no name (man)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, no name (woman)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, Alberto Santoscoy, Guadalajara, 1902 (with inscription to Starr)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, ?, 1899 (with inscription to Starr)

Box 39   Section 1

Photo, Luis Gonzalez Obregon (with inscription to Starr)

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, Jose Sanchez, Chiapas, Mexico, 1901 (with inscription to Starr)

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, Lic. Manuel G. Revilla, escritor Mexicano, 1903

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, Miguel F. Palma, professor de idioma Azteca o Mexicano

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, ? Cubas (with inscription to Starr)

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, Lic. Alejandro Villasenor, escritor Mexicano, 1903

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, Standards at Mitla celebration

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, Straw ? on Lake Titicaca

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, View taken from the observatory of the seminary of Zapoltan

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, View from the hacienda de San Marcos, March 11, 1903

Box 39   Section 2

4 Unidentified photos of rock drawings

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, no name

Box 39   Section 2

Photo, no name

Subseries 3: Deformities

Box 39, Section 3

2 X-rays of hands with extra digits

Box 39, Section 3

Photo, baby with extra digit

Box 39, Section 3

Photo, Hand of six fingered negro

Box 39, Section 3

Photo, Boy, 11 months old (extra finger)

Box 39, Section 3

Photo, Albert Lea Brinham, 1929 (extra fingers)

Box 39, Section 3

Photo, Double thumb of Illinois man

Box 39, Section 3

Photo, Gracie Reed, extra fingers

Box 39, Section 3

Photo, R. Brinham and A. L. Brinham (extra fingers)

Box 39, Section 3

Photo, Ethel Price, Chicago (extra fingers, 3 copies)

Box 39, Section 3

Photo, no name (extra fingers)

Box 39, Section 3

Photo, no name

Box 39, Section 3

Postcard, The wild Australian children

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, "Supposed to be #6 Saturnino Goloso"

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, #5 Francisco Namucot

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, #5 Francisco Namucot

Box 39, Section 4

Postcard, Major Mite (midget)

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, no name (man and woman, midgets)

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, #4 Dalmacia Madrea

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, #4 Dalmacia Madrea

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, #7 Jacoba Madronero

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, #7 Jacoba Madronero

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, no name (boy with deformed head)

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, no name

Box 39, Section 4

Photo, The sacred hairless family of Aquitania, 1892

Box 39, Section 5

Photo, Deformed chicken egg

Box 39, Section 5

Postcard, Grace Gilbert, bearded lady

Box 39, Section 5

Postcard, Norwegian giant

Box 39, Section 5

Postcard, Giant

Box 39, Section 5

Postcard, Giant

Box 39, Section 5

Postcard, no name

Box 39, Section 5

Drawing, no name

Box 39, Section 5

Photo, Father and daughters, albinos, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur

Box 39, Section 5

Photo, Sisters, albinos

Box 39, Section 5

Postcard, Kiko and Sulu, pinheads from Zanzibar

Box 39, Section 5

Postcard, no name (man without arms)

Box 39, Section 5

Postcard, Identical triplets

Box 39, Section 5

Photo, The Cabasug children

Box 40   Folder 1

  • Postcard, Two-headed Russian
  • Photo, Jojo, 1892 (Hairy man)
  • Postcard, no name (man with three legs)
  • Postcard, Ralph the elephant hide boy
Box 40   Folder 2

  • Postcard, Filipina with four legs
  • Photo, Che Mah (dwarf)
  • Photo, The Cabasug family, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur
  • Photo, no name (albino child)
Box 40   Folder 3

  • Photo, Washington Jones (deformed limbs)
  • Drawing, Art department, Brooklyn Times (siamese twins)
  • Photo, ? Thomson, 1892 (armless woman)
  • Photo, Giovanni and Giocomo Tocci, 1892 (siamese twins)
  • Photo, Laloo, 1892 (siamese twins)

Subseries 4: Africa

Box 40   Folder 4

  • Photo, The foreign graves at ?, Loochoo
  • Photo, Baron de Saint Laurent, Madagascar
  • Photo, ? village (group of men)
  • Photo, no name (group of men)
Box 40   Folder 5

  • Photo, no name (two boys)
  • Photo, no name (two men)
  • Photo, no name (two men)
  • Photo, no name (men and boys)

Subseries 5: Oversize photos

Box 40a   Folder 1

Photo, ? (two boys with primate)

Box 40a   Folder 2

  • Photo, Numba chief, near Ikoko
  • Photo, Fetish post in grave shelter, Moie, Boloko
  • Photo, Woman's enclosure, Yakusu
  • Photo, Bangala woman
Box 40a   Folder 3

  • Photo, no name (women and huts)
  • Photo, no name (man)
  • Photo, no name (man with children)
Box 40a   Folder 4

  • Photo, no name (front and profile of man's face)
  • Photo, no name (two women)
Box 40a   Folder 5

  • Photo, no name (group of children)
  • Photo, A Batua house at Ndombe, Congo
  • Photo, no name (three boys)
Box 40a   Folder 6

Print, no name (three men, 8 copies)

Box 40a   Folder 7

Print, no name (woman, child)

Box 40a   Folder 8

Print, no name (man, woman, 2 copies)

Box 40a   Folder 9

Print, no name (huts, 5 copies)

Box 40a   Folder 10

Print, no name (man, 2 copies)

Box 40a   Folder 11

9 Unidentified photos of landscape drawings/paintings

Box 40a   Folder 12

4 Unidentified photos of landscape drawings/paintings

Box 40a   Folder 13

Photo, no name, mounted

Box 40a   Folder 14

  • Print, no name (coin)
  • Photo, no name (mother and child doing laundry)
  • Photo, no name (men with gun and dogs)
Box 40a   Folder 15

  • Photo, no name (primates dressed as humans)
  • Photo, no name (primates)
  • Photo, no name (man with primates)
Box 40a   Folder 16

  • Print, no name
  • Print, no name
Box 40a   Folder 17

  • Photo, ? coming from fishing, San Mateo del Mar
  • Photo, House and Temascal
  • Photo, Chinantic women with babies, San Juan Zautla
  • Photo, Zapotec indians, Tlacolula
  • Photo, Iguanas for sale, Tehuantepec (2 copies)
Box 40a   Folder 18

  • Print, I. Opa de S.S. Potosi (portrait)
  • Photo, View at Cuicatlan
Box 40a   Folder 19

  • Photo, Surviving paganism, Mixistlan
  • Photo, ?
  • Photo, ?
Box 40a   Folder 20

  • Photo, Chinantec girl spinning, San Juan Zautla
  • Photo, Cascade near Quezaltepec
  • Photo, The tree fern in tropical forest, Quezaltepec
  • Photo, The mapaho in use, San Juan Zautla
Box 40a   Folder 21

  • Photo, Don Guillermo and his family, Chicahuaxtla
  • Photo, Typical Zapotec House, Hacolula
  • Photo, Mixtec woman carrying water, Tilantongo
  • Photo, Mixtec woman's costume, Tilantongo
Box 40a   Folder 22

  • Photo, These are said to be granaries
  • Photo, Chinantec weaving, San Juan Zautla
  • Photo, Godocono, on its lakelet
  • Photo, Coixtlahuaca
  • Photo, Houses at Uruapan
Box 40a   Folder 23

  • Photo, no name
  • Photo, San Juan Zautla
  • Photo, View at San Bartolo from our corridor
  • Photo, Houses at Coixtlahuaca
Box 40a   Folder 24

  • Photo, On the edge of Cuicatlan
  • Photo, Cactus near Cuicatlan
  • Photo, Santa Fe de la Laguna
  • Photo, Mixtec houses, Tilantongo
Box 40b   Folder 1

  • Photo, The contrast, past and present, Mitla
  • Photo, The people receiving the Padre, Tilantongo
  • Photo, View at Chicahuastla
  • Photo, Mixtec house with beehives, San Bartolo
Box 40b   Folder 2

  • Photo, View at Chicahuastla
  • Photo, View at Quezaltepec
  • Print, General view of 4 inch clearing and nursery, November 1902
  • Print, Trees in old nursery, November 1902
Box 40b   Folder 3

  • Print, General view of old nursery, November 1902
  • Print, Group of planation buildings, November 1902
  • Photo, Fountain in Cuzco
  • Photo, Tarascan fishermen, Janicho
Box 40b   Folder 4

  • Photo, Tlaxcalan schoolboys, San Nicolas Panotla
  • Photo, Tolenac women, Pantepec
  • Photo, Iguanas for sale, Tehuantepec
  • Photo, no name
Box 40b   Folder 5

  • Photo, Mixtec indian potter, Cuquila
  • Photo, Guave indians, San Mateo del Mar
  • Photo, Zapotec basket making, Tlacolula
  • Photo, Otoni indians, Huixquilucan
Box 40b   Folder 6

  • Photo, Otoni indians, Huixquilucan
  • Photo, ? indians, Chicahuaxtla
  • Photo, Guave indians, San Mateo del Mar
  • Photo, Indian ox cart, Tlacolula
Box 40b   Folder 7

  • Photo, Santiago Guavea, State of Oaxaca
  • Photo, Indian spear thrower, Lake Patzcuaro
  • Photo, The land of the Mixec, State of Oaxaca
  • Photo, The land of the Mixec, State of Oaxaca
  • Photo, Guave indian girl selling fish, San Mateo del Mar
Box 40b   Folder 8

Photo, Volcano, Colima, Mexico

Box 40b   Folder 9

Photo, Volcano, Colima, Mexcio

Box 40b   Folder 10

Photo, Las Viejos, Santa Fe de la Laguna

Box 40b   Folder 11

  • Photo, Francisco Lora (portrait)
  • Photo, Home of Cuezcomate, Los Reyes
Box 40b   Folder 12

  • Photo, Maya man, 30 years
  • Photo, Maya girl, 20
Box 40b   Folder 13

Photo, "From J.F. Harp, Bonita, Louisiana"

Box 40b   Folder 14

Photo, Frederick Starr, Mexico

Box 40b   Folder 15

Drawing, View from San Gabriel, volcano to the southeast

Box 40b   Folder 16

  • Photo, Inhabited caves, Rancho Riparo, Concho River, 75 miles west of Parral Chi, Mexico
  • Photo, Churihyari, Tzintzuntzan
Box 40b   Folder 17

  • Photo, no name (tattooed man)
  • Photo, Indian at Los Tarros, 40 miles north of Guadeloupe Y Calvo, Chihuahua, Mexico
  • Photo, Carved pine tree, southwest part of state of Chihuahua, Mexico
Box 40b   Folder 18

  • Photo, Ruined pueblo, cliff dwelling and natural caverns, Arizona
  • Photo, no name (village)
Box 40b   Folder 19

  • Photo, no name (street scene)
  • Photo, Edwardo ?, 1903 (with inscription to Starr)
Box 40b   Folder 20

  • Photo, Yreneo Paz, Mexico, 1903
  • Photo, ? Armstrong when 50 years old
Box 40b   Folder 21

  • Photo, Manuel Priga y Acal, Rastillo 14, Brumel, critica sobre autores Mexicanos
  • Photo, ? (with inscription to Starr)
Box 40b   Folder 22

  • Photo, no name (landscape)
  • Photo, View of Janicho, Lake Patzcuaro
Box 40c   Folder 1

Photo, no name (group of men and boys with instruments)

Box 40c   Folder 2

  • Photo, The church at Tehax
  • Photo, Chol women, Trinidad
  • Drawing, no name (landscape)
  • Drawing, no name (landscape)
Box 40c   Folder 3

  • Drawing, no name (landscape)
  • Drawing, no name (landscape)
  • Drawing, Crater of the volcano Colima after the eruption of March 2, 1903
  • Drawing, Crater of the volcano Colima, December 1902
Box 40c   Folder 4

  • Drawing, Crater of the volcano Colima, after the eruption of March 10, 1903
  • Drawing, no name (landscape with volcano)
  • Photo, A chol family, Trinidad
  • Photo, no name
Box 40c   Folder 5

  • Photo, no name
  • Photo, no name
  • 6 Unidentified drawings of a mountain/volcano
Box 40c   Folder 6

  • 4 Photos of the volcano at Colima, Mexico
  • Drawing, no name (mountain/volcano)
Box 40c   Folder 7

7 X-rays of hands with extra digits

Box 40c   Folder 8

  • X-ray, no name
  • X-ray, rib cage with extra rib
Box 40c   Folder 9

  • Photo, Lobster claw hands
  • Photo, Nine toed foot of Mexican girl
Box 40c   Folder 10

  • Photo, no name (extra fingers)
  • Photo, no name (extra fingers)
Box 40c   Folder 11

  • Photo, no name (extra fingers)
  • Photo, May-Joe (hermaphrodite)
Box 40c   Folder 12

  • Photo, Mrs. Mary Alskey and Chloe Robinson (extra fingers)
  • Photo, Dora Alsky (extra fingers and cleft toes)
Box 40c   Folder 13

  • Photo, Walter Alsky (extra fingers and cleft toes)
  • Photo, ? (deformed hands and feet)
Box 40c   Folder 14

  • Photo, Julian Boresca
  • Photo, #6 Saturnino Goloso
Box 40c   Folder 15

  • Photo, #3 Louis Madrea
  • Photo, Eliza Robinson Wright (deformed hands)
Box 40c   Folder 16

  • Photo, no name (woman with deformed hands)
  • Photo, no name (deformed hands)
Box 40c   Folder 17

  • Photo, no name (woman with deformed hands)
  • Photo, no name (deformed feet)
Box 40d

Physical Characteristics of the Indians of Southern Mexico, photo album, circa 1902

Box 40e

Physical Characteristics of the Indians of Southern Mexico, photo album, circa 1902

Series VIII: Card Files

Box 41

North American Indian diseases

Box 41

Albinism

Box 41

Atavism

Box 41

Degeneration

Box 41

Crime and criminals

Box 41

Education

Box 41

Pathological

Box 41

General problems

Box 41

Special Somatological

Box 41

Biological

Box 41

Animal psychology

Box 41

Psychology

Box 41

Psychic peculiarities

Box 41

Teratology

Box 41

Laboratory methods

Box 41

Museums

Box 41

Societies

Box 41

Folklore

Box 41

Miscellaneous

Box 41

Work in progress

Box 41

Cultivated plants

Box 41

Addresses

Box 41

Books

Box 41

Work agencies

Box 41

Biographical

Box 41

Unclassified

Box 42

Philippine Islands

Box 42

Philippine languages

Box 43

Asian

Box 43

China

Box 43

Korea

Box 43

Jews

Box 43

Persia

Box 43

Unclassified

Box 43

Unclassified Peoples

Box 43

Pueblos

Box 43

American

Box 43

Insular and littoral

Box 43

Austrafrican

Box 43

General

Box 43

Customs

Box 43

Eurafrican

Box 44

Insanity

Box 44

Unclassified

Box 44

Offerings

Box 44

Prayer

Box 44

Divination

Box 44

Beliefs

Box 44

Superstitions

Box 44

Folk psychology

Box 44

Priests and leaders

Box 44

Ceremonial

Box 44

Ceremonial objects

Box 44

Symbols

Box 44

Monetary

Box 44

Religious sects

Box 44

Phallic worship

Box 44

Ancestor worship

Box 44

Legends and stories

Box 44

Archaeology

Box 45

Asia

Box 45

Europe

Box 45

Culture history

Box 45

Ethnography

Box 45

America

Box 45

Pueblo

Box 45

China

Box 45

Cochin China

Box 45

Tartory

Box 45

Tibet

Box 45

Australia

Box 45

Oceania

Box 45

Archaeology

Box 45

General

Box 45

Palawhites

Box 45

Copper

Box 45

Mounds

Box 45

Quarternary

Box 45

Neolithic

Box 45

Megalithic monuments

Box 45

Bronze Age

Box 45

Iron Age

Box 45

Racial

Box 45

Unclassified

Box 45

Africa

Box 46

Japanese language

Box 46

Addresses

Box 46

Bibliography

Box 47

Polydactyly

Box 47

Original cases

Box 47

To be cared for

Box 47

Dr. Wilde's cases

Box 47

Newspaper notes

Box 47

Demunition in number

Box 47

Ectromely

Box 47

Varia

Box 47

Catalogue of collection

Box 47

References

Box 48

Proverbs

Box 48

Miscellaneous bibliography

Box 48

Addresses

Box 48

Korea

Series IX: Scrapbooks

Box 49   Folder 1

Volume 1, 1876-1887

  • Clippings on archaeology and geologySchool news
  • Lecture notices
  • Newspaper articles by and about Starr
Box 49   Folder 2

Volume 2, 1888-1892

  • Lecture notices
  • Book reviews
  • Chautauqua
  • Outlines of lecture courses in anthropology; American Folklore Society; Peabody Institute lectures
Box 49   Folder 3

Volume 3, 1892-1894

  • World's Fair talks
  • Pre-Glacial origin of man
  • University Extension
  • Rockford lectures on American Indians
  • Book reviews
  • Lectures on early man and First Steps in Human Progress
  • Criminal anthropology
  • Mexican trip, 1894
Box 50   Folder 1

Volume 4, 1895-1896

  • Lectures on native races of North America
  • Book reviews
  • St. Louis Ethical Society lectures
  • North Americans are becoming Indians
  • Mexican trip, 1895
  • University Extension lectures in Dubuque
  • Idiot races of Mexico and Guatemala
Box 50   Folder 2

Volume 5, 1895-1896

  • Mexico and Guatemala trip
  • Folklore Society
  • Idiot races of Mexico and Guatemala
  • Lincoln Asylum for the Feeble Minded
  • Lectures on prehistoric races of North America
  • Aztecs
  • Early man in Europe
  • Autopsy Society
  • New Mexican trip, 1897
  • Plaster casts of Pueblo Indians
  • Hexdactylism
Box 50   Folder 3

Volume 6, 1897-1900

  • Book reviews
  • Autopsy Society
  • Lectures on native races of North America
  • Anti-Imperialist League
  • Defense of cannibalism
  • Defense of China
  • Denunciation of McKinley and Bryan
  • Medal from Queen Wilhelmina
Box 51   Folder 1

Volume 7, 1900-1902

  • Opening of Science Hall
  • Davenport, Iowa
  • Mexican trip, 1901
  • Book reviews
  • Lectures on Indian tribes of Southern Mexico
  • Native races of North America
  • American Indian religions
Box 51   Folder 2

Volume 8, 1902-1904

  • Mexican trip, 1902
  • Claims Asian origin for Mayas
  • Ainus at St. Louis Exposition
  • Cannibalism
  • Americans becoming Indians
  • Lectures on native races of North America
  • Cornplanter Medal
Box 52   Folder 1

Volume 9, 1904-1906;

  • St. Louis Exposition
  • Ainus
  • Cornplanter Medal
  • Will seek lost white race in China
  • Marijuana parties
Box 52   Folder 2

Volume 10, 1906-1907

  • African trip
  • The Congo question
  • Review of The Truth About the Congo
  • China greatest nation of future
  • Women responsible for barbarism
Box 53   Folder 1

Volume 11, 1907-1909

  • Congo question
  • Philippines trip
  • Decorated by French government
  • Prediction of Roosevelt's death in Africa
Box 54   Folder 1

Volume 12, 1909-1911

  • Lectures on Philippines
  • Articles on Japan
  • Upholds Leopold II in Congo
  • Lectures on Mexican Indians
  • Japanese trip, 1909
  • Urges Philippine independence
Box 54   Folder 2

Volume 13, 1911-1914

  • Honored by Belgium
  • Korean trip
  • Liberian trip
  • Lectures on Mexico
  • Liberia
  • Korea
  • Criticizes Wilson's Mexican policy
Box 55   Folder 1

Volume 14, 1914-1916

  • Book reviews
  • Lectures on Mexico
  • Liberia
  • Japan
  • Articles on Japan and Korea Decorated by Liberian government; Japanese trip
Box 55   Folder 2

Volume 15, 1916-1920

  • Lectures on Liberia
  • Mexico
  • Korea
  • Wilson wrong in Mexico
  • Book reviews
  • Articles on Cuba
  • Japanese trip
  • Guatemalan trip
Box 56   Folder 1

Volume 16, 1919-1927

  • Book reviews
  • Lectures on Japan
  • Mexico
  • Korea
  • Darrow-Starr debates
  • Lectures on the Belgian Congo
  • China
  • Philippines
  • International questions
Box 56   Folder 2

Volume 17, 1922-1930, Book reviews written for Unity

Box 57   Folder 1

Volume 18, 1898-1922, Reviews and articles written for Unity

Box 57   Folder 2

Volume 19, 1916, Articles from Chicago News about Cuba

Box 57   Folder 3

Volume 20, 1915-1916, Japan-Korea trip-clippings from Japanese newspapers

Box 58   Folder 1

Volume 21, 1917, Clippings from Japanese newspapers

Box 58   Folder 2

Volume 22, 1917, Clippings from Japanese newspapers

Box 58   Folder 3

Volume 23, 1921, Clippings from Japanese newspapers

Box 59   Folder 1

List of deformates

Box 59   Folder 2

List of deformates

Box 59   Folder 3

List of deformates

Box 59   Folder 4

List of deformates

Box 59   Folder 5

Hand and feet imprints of deformates

Box 59   Folder 6

Family tree of deformates