M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL ÉMIGRÉ COLLECTION

Finding Aid for the
PAUL LESER PAPERS, 1850-1984

(GER-058)

For reference queries contact Grenander Department Reference staff or (518)-437-3935

Finding Aid Compiled by
Sandra Hunt Hawrylchak
March 12, 2008

Leser Biographical Statement, Chronology, and
Series 8 and 9 Arrangement and Description by
Susan M. Edwards
July 14, 1993

 







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VOLUME: 95 cubic feet

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were transferred to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives by Walter Leser, nephew of Paul Leser, in 1985.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Chronology of Events

Scope and content note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List


Paul Leser Papers
Biographical Sketch

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Paul Leser was born on February 23, 1899 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, the youngest of Wilhelm and Helene (Rikoff) Leser's three children. He attended schools in Frankfurt and was graduated from the Goethe Gymnasium in 1917 with his Abitur. That year, Leser was inducted into the German Army and served in World War I; he later became ill and recuperated in the Army Hospital. During his hospitalization, he began taking classes at the University of Bonn. In 1919, he became a member of the Nerother-Bund, a part of the German youth movement which was founded by the brothers Karl and Robert Oelbermann. Also in that year, he returned to the University of Bonn to study under his mentor Fritz Graebner, one of the principal exponents of the cultural-historical approach to ethnology. He graduated from the University of Bonn with his Ph.D. in 1925.

Leser held positions at the Frankfurter Bund für Volksbildung and at the Ethnological Museum in Frankfurt before becoming a Privatdozent for Ethnology at the Darmstadt Institute of Technology. During this time period he became involved in the case against Dr. Julius Lips of the Raustenstrauch-Joest Museum, who was accused by Leser and others of plagiarizing from the works of Graebner, Schmidt, and Koppers. The case dragged on until 1933, when many of the participants were removed from their positions by the Nazis. Though the case took up much of his time in the early 1930's, his main interest was his own work on the history of the plow. In 1931, his most renowned work Entstehunq und Verbreitung des Pfluges was published (it was eventually reprinted in Denmark in 1971).

In 1936, because of the increasingly hostile political climate in Germany, Leser was forced to immigrate to Sweden. He took a position as translator for Folk-Liv in Stockholm. In 1941, he immigrated to the United States. Leser served in the United States Army in North Africa, Sicily, and Italy from 1942-1945. After the war, and a brief stint as a civilian employee at the U.S. War Department, Leser returned to the world of academia. Beginning in 1947, he held positions as Professor of Anthropology at Olivet College in Michigan, Black Mountain College in North Carolina, and The Hartford Seminary Foundation in Connecticut. In 1967, he retired from his teaching position at the Hartford Seminary and became an Emeritus member of the faculty. At the time of his death in December of 1984, Leser was a Research Professor of Anthropology at the University of Hartford. Leser died in Hartford at the age of 85 and was buried in the family plot in a cemetery in Frankfurt am Main.


Paul Leser Papers
Chronology of Events

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1899             Feb. 23, born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany to Wilhelm and Helene (Rikoff) Leser.

1908-1917    Attended Goethe Gymnasium in Frankfurt

1917-1919    Served in the German Army

1917-1918    Attended the University of Bonn while in Army Hospital

1919-1924    Attended the University of Frankfurt and the University of Bonn

1919-1936    Member of the Nerother Wandervogel

1925           Graduated with Ph.D. from University of Bonn

1924-1933    Lecturer in Ethnology, Frankfurter Bund für Volksbildung

1928-1933    Junior Assistant Curator, Ethnological Museum, Frankfurt am Main

1929-1933    Privatdozent for Ethnology, Darmstadt Institute of Technology

1931            Publication of major work Entstehung und Verbreitung des Pfluges

1936            Immigrated to Sweden

1937-1941    Translator for Folk-Liv, Stockholm, Sweden

1941           Immigrated to the United States

1942-1945    Served in U.S. Army in N. Africa, Sicily, and Italy

1945-1947    Civilian employee, U.S. War Dept.

1947-1949     Professor of Anthropology, Olivet College, Olivet, Michigan

1949-1951     Professor of Anthropology, Black Mountain College, Black Mountain, North Carolina.

1951-1952     Assistant Professor of Anthropology, The Hartford Seminary Foundation, Hartford, CT

1952-1967     Professor of Anthropology, The Hartford Seminary Foundation

1957           Visiting Professor of Anthropology, New School for Social Research, New York, NY

1958           Summer, Visiting Professor of Ethnology, University of Cologne, Germany

1966-1967     Visiting Professor (Fulbright scholar) University of Vienna, Austria 1967 Emeritus, Hartford Seminary Foundation

1967             Emeritus, Hartford Seminary Foundation

1968-1984     President of the Permanent International Committee for Research on the History of Agricultural Implements

1976-1984     Research Professor of Anthropology, University of Hartford

1984           December 21, died in Hartford, CT.


Paul Leser Papers
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The Paul Leser Papers consist of 95 cu. ft. of materials, 1850-1984. The collection, rich in family history, documents, and correspondence, documents not only the life and career of anthropologist Paul Leser, but also contains materials pertaining to Leser’s sister, Maria Lingemann and her husband Heinrich Lingemann, and earlier members of the Leser family. Although the collection contains correspondence between Paul and his brother, Albert (Leser) Lestoque, a separate collection, the Albert (Leser) Lestoque Papers, documents the life and career of Paul Leser’s brother as well as providing additional Leser family documents and material.

In addition to numerous family materials and related correspondence, the collection also contains: Leser’s vast correspondence with fellow anthropologists and ethnologists, colleagues, students, and life-long friends; a sizable reprint collection; manuscripts, typescripts and published versions of Leser’s own writings; course notes, materials and student files.

Two series in the collection of special interest to researchers are the materials pertaining to the ethnologist and mentor of Paul Leser, Fritz Graeber, and the collection of materials pertaining to Julius Lips (see descriptions below).

The collection is divided into twenty-one series: 1) Biographical materials, documents, 1882-1984; 2) Diaries, notebooks, account books, address books, 1914-1983; 3) Family and legal correspondence, 1850-1984; 4) Maria (Mira) and Heinrich (Heinz) Lingemann Collection, 1913-1964; 5) General Correspondence, 1913-1984; 6) Correspondence with institutions, associations, publishers, etc., 1920-1984; 7) Writings of Paul Leser, 1914-1979; 8) Fritz Graebner Collection, 1909-1980; 9) Julius Lips Collection, 1926-1940; 10)  Jugendbewegung Collection, 1913-1984; 11) Course (teaching) materials, ca. 1926-1974; 12) Notes on various topics, notebooks, 1915-1974; 13) Photographs, negatives, slides, ca. 1900-1980; 14) Manuscripts, reprints and publications by other authors; 15) Pamphlets; 16) Hartford Seminary Foundation materials, 1950-1984; 17) Student records/papers, ca. 1948-1976; 18) Clippings on individuals; 19) Materials on various subjects; 20) Miscellaneous memorabilia; and 21) Periodicals.


Paul Leser Papers
Series Description

Series 1 – Biographical materials, documents, 1882-1984.   108 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This series is divided into three sections: documents pertaining directly to Paul Leser, documents pertaining to other family members, and newspaper clippings primarily about Paul Leser. Included in this series are materials pertaining to the Leser family residence, located in the Plittersdorf section of Bonn, Germany, and include documentation of the estate, details of the original land purchase, wartime confiscation by the Nazis, later restitution claims, and final sale of the property in 1972.

Series 2 – Diaries, notebooks, account books, address books, 1914-1983.   60 file folders, arranged chronologically, plus one box containing index cards with addresses, and several address/telephone books.

This series contains a number of Leser’s early diaries (1914-1922) as well as a number from the last decade of his life (1973-1982). Calendars and appointment books date from 1923-1983. This series also contains a card address file, as well as personal address/telephone books.

Series 3 – Family and legal correspondence, 1850-1984, primarily 1945-1984.  7 cu. ft., 211 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains Paul Leser’s correspondence with family members and legal counsel. Much of the post-war correspondence deals with issues surrounding the family property and residence in Bonn (Plittersdorf), Germany. This includes a lengthy correspondence between Paul Leser and the other heirs to the Leser family properties, including brother Albert Lestoque, niece Bettina Coon and nephew Walter Lestoque, as well as with family lawyers Wolf Wassermeyer, Günter Kofferath, Agnes Küsel-Meise.

Series 4 – Maria (Mira) and Heinrich (Heinz) Lingemann Collection, 1913-1964.  6 cu. ft., 353 file folders, arranged chronologically.

Maria (Mira) Lingemann (b. January 20, 1894; d. May 23, 1964) was the older sister of Paul Leser. Her husband, Heinrich Lingemann (b. Sept. 23, 1880; d. June 29, 1962), was a lawyer by profession until he was forced by the Nazis to retire in 1938. In the years immediately following the end of World War II, Lingemann was recalled to public service in Germany and served as Oberlandesgerichtspräsident of the province of Nordrhein, Germany, helping to reshape the judicial system of postwar Germany. The materials in this series have been divided into two sections, the first being the papers of Maria Lingemann. These consist of documents, some early writings, diaries and notebooks, and correspondence. The largest amount of correspondence is between Maria Lingemann and Paul Leser and dates from 1913 until her death in 1964. The Heinrich Lingemann materials consist of a small number of documents, typescripts, correspondence pertaining to Lingemann’s activities in post-war Germany, and several case files, the most notable being that of Otto Bräutigam. In addition to Bräutigam, other notable correspondents represented in the Heinrich Lingemann papers include Konrad Adenauer, Heinrich Brüning and Emil Niethammer.

Series 5 – General Correspondence, 1913-1984. 16 cu. ft., 1548 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This is the largest series in the collection and contains Leser’s correspondence with other anthropologists and colleagues, life-long friends, as well as some students. (The bulk of the student correspondence is filed with the student records, Series 16).

Included in the anthropologists and colleagues with whom Leser carried on lengthy correspondences are: Ford L. Battles, Hermann Baumann, Wolfram Becker, Gösta Berg, Martin Block, Branimir Bratanic, Sigurd Erixon, Robert Heine-Geldern, P. Joseph Henninger, Martin Heydrich, Paul Honigsheim, Wilhelm Koppers, Melvin Kranzberg, Johannes Lehmann, Grith Lerche, Géza de Rohan-Csermak, P. Wilhelm Schmidt, Flola Shepard, Else and Hans Staudinger and Axel Steensberg. He also maintained contact with former students over the years, including Margaret Arnott, Gail Cromack, Hubert and Harriett Reynolds and Donald C. Johanson.

In addition to correspondence with colleagues and students, Paul Leser maintained his contact with former friends, many who remained in Germany and who were involved in the Youth Movement (Jugendbewegung) of the 1920s and 1930s. A number of these contacts spanned five to six decades and included: Eva Bramesfeld, Kurt Hanf-Dressler, Max Hoffmann, Else Homann, Wolf Kaiser, Friedrich (Bibich) Klemm, Willi J. (Knöppchen) Knoob, Gräfin Maria Lanckoronska, Richard (Lo) Lohmann, Heinrich (Heino) Moeller, Hanna (Hannako) and Hermann Pauli, Ernest (Benjo) Zeitel, and the brothers Robert, Bernhard, Karl Oelbermann.

Series 6 – Correspondence with institutions, associations, publishers, etc., 1920-1984.  9 cu. ft., 496 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains Leser’s institutional and organizational correspondence and documents his involvement with associations in the United States and worldwide, such as the African Studies Association, the American Anthropological Association, the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde, The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion and the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research. Also included in this series is correspondence concerning travel arrangements and conferences, with publishers, churches and missionary groups, book dealers and museums, and correspondence with colleges and universities, including those where Leser taught: Black Mountain College, Olivet College, The New School for Social Research and the University of Hartford.

Leser’s generosity to family members and friends who remained in Germany after the war is also documented in this series by records of gift packages sent through CARE and Overseas Parcel Services, as well as numerous gifts of flowers, books and candies.

Series 7 – Writings of Paul Leser, 1914-1979.  8 cu. ft., 253 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains the majority of Paul Leser’s essayistic publications, in manuscript or typescript, as well as in published form. Also represented in this series are samples of early poetry and prose attempts by Leser from his teen years, copies of his dissertation, and proof copies and reviews of his seminal work, Entstehung und Verbreitung des Pfluges (1931). Also present in this series are multiple copies of a Paul Leser Bibliography, published on the occasion of his 80th birthday.

Series 8 – Fritz Graebner Collection, 1909-1980. 75 file folders, arranged alphabetically within two series.

The Graebner series is of interest to researchers in the history of anthropology and ethnology, and specifically those concerned with the cultural-historical approach to ethnology which Graebner spearheaded. Graebner was Leser's mentor and perhaps the greatest influence on his academic career and scholarly interests; Leser remained loyal to Graebner's anthropological methodology even after it had fallen out of favor in academic circles.

Graebner was born in 1877 in Berlin. He received his Ph.D. in history at the University of Berlin in 1901; his dissertation was on a topic in medieval history. He went on to become a research assistant on the staff of the Royal Museum of Ethnology in Berlin, where he classified South Seas materials. In 1907, he became an assistant at the Raustenstrauch-Joest Museum. During this time, he, along with Bernhard Ankermann, developed the method of Kulturkreis, which examined the geographical diffusion of clusters of cultural traits. This development represented a break from the biological-evolutionary concepts which dominated anthropology at the time. Graebner thus remained true to his historical training and became one of the principal exponents of the cultural-historical approach to ethnology. Although this methodological approach was later abandoned by ethnologists, Graebner did exert lasting influence on ethnology in central and northern Europe, particularly on the Vienna school of Kulturkreislebre. In the later years of his life, he became the director of the Raustenstrauch-Joest Museum; he was forced to resign this position due to illness in 1928. In 1934, he returned to Berlin, where he died.

The series contains important published and unpublished manuscripts, photographs, and some correspondence (1920–1937) of both Graebner and his wife Paula. It also contains materials related to the articles written by Joseph Henninger and Paul Leser in honor of the 100th anniversary of Graebner's birth in 1977. Above all, the series helps illuminate the importance of Fritz Graebner, the man and the ethnologist, in the life and work of his student Paul Leser.The Graebner series is divided into two subseries and arranged alphabetically within the subseries. The series is divided into materials by Graebner and materials about Graebner. Materials by Graebner include: correspondence, photographs/negatives, book reviews, offprints, notebooks, and published and unpublished manuscripts. Materials about Graebner include: correspondence between Leser and Henninger, notes for Leser's writings on Graebner, newspaper articles by Leser about Graebner, and writings by both Leser and Henninger.

Series 9 – Julius Lips Collection, 1926-1940.   134 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

The Lips series is of interest not only because of the plagiarism case itself, but also because of the way the case reflects the academic and political climate of Germany in the early 1930s. The case began in 1928, when Martin Block, Lips' assistant at the Raustenstrauch-Joest Museum, complained to Johannes Lehmann, director of the Frankfurt Museum and head of the Association of German Ethnological Museums. Among other grievances, he charged Lips with plagiarizing the anthropologists Fritz Graebner, Wilhelm Schmidt, and Wilhelm Koppers in his work Einleitung in die vergleichende Voelkerkunde. Lehmann and his assistants, Ernst Vatter and Paul Leser, documented the plagiarism and quickly became embroiled in the controversy. The case (or cases, as many different charges and countercharges were filed), eventually reached the courts and involved many prominent German and Austrian academics. It also became a political conflict, played out in the newspapers, as Lips was a member of the Social Democratic Party. The Social Democratic newspapers supported him, while the more conservative papers used the charges as an excuse to attack Lips' character. The case, for all intents and purposes, ended when the Nazis came to power in 1933. Beyond the political and academic aspects, the case is also of note as it helps to illuminate Leser's continuing interest in academic honesty, plagiarism, and the critique of sources.

The case is well represented by correspondence (1926-1940) between most of the individuals involved, newspapers (1927-1939), manuscripts, reviews, reports, legal papers, and professional opinions on the charges. There is little material on the final disposition of the case(s) and there are no transcripts of actual court hearings.

The Lips series contains materials relating to the charges of plagiarism filed against Dr. Julius Lips by Paul Leser, et al. The series includes correspondence between many individuals involved in the case and the correspondence of the Deutscher Museum Bund relating to the case. It also contains drafts of manuscripts about the case, Leser's critically annotated copies of Lips' publications, reviews of Lips' Einleitung in die vergleichende Voelkerkunde, and professional opinions regarding the merits of the plagiarism charge. The series contains newspapers with articles about Lips and copies of newspaper clippings about the case. The series also includes subject files on cases related to the original plagiarism charges.

Series 10 – Jugendbewegung Collection, 1913-1984.  3 cu. ft., 77 file folders, arranged alphabetically within three sections.

The Jugendbewegung Collection is divided into three sections. The first section contains photocopies of the handwritten account by Wolfgang Kaiser of the activities of the Nerother Bund youth group from October 1928 through the year 1931. The second section contains clippings, materials and some correspondence pertaining to different aspects of the youth movement. The final section contains examples of Jugendbewegung periodicals, primarily from the 1920s and 1930s, but also contains examples of youth-oriented periodicals dating into the 1980s.

Series 11 – Course (teaching) materials, ca. 1926-1974.   59 file folders, arranged in two series.

The first series contains courses taught primarily between the years 1926-1957 and is arranged according to the college where Leser taught, beginning with the Technische Hochschule in Darmstadt, and continuing with courses taught at the New School for Social Research, Olivet College and Black Mountain College. The second series, arranged alphabetically, contains materials primarily from courses taught at the Hartford Seminary Foundation and later at the University of Hartford.

Series 12 – Notes on various topics, notebooks, 1915-1974.  47 files folders, arranged in two series, the first alphabetical, the second chronological.

This series contains primarily notebooks and some loose notes. The first section is arranged alphabetically by topic, whereas the second section contains notes and notebooks on a variety of topics, arranged chronologically.

Series 13 – Photographs, negatives, slides, ca. 1900-1980.  7 boxes, partially sorted and identified.

This series consists of 7 boxes, 4 of which contain family photographs and portraits, including childhood portraits of Leser and his siblings, as well as portraits of his parents and other relatives. Of the remaining three boxes, two contain adult photographs of Leser, his colleagues and friends, the family estate in Bonn/Plittersdorf, archeological artifacts and sites, as well as places of interest, including colleges where Leser taught. The final box contains negatives.

Series 14 – Manuscripts, reprints and publications by other authors.  12.3 cu. ft., 681 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains primarily reprints sent to Leser (many signed) by fellow ethnologists/ anthropologists, colleagues and former students. The series also contains some typescripts of essays and papers.

Series 15 – Pamphlets.  107 file folders, arranged alphabetically in two series.

The collection of pamphlets is arranged in two series: unauthored and authored.

Series 16 – Hartford Seminary Foundation materials, 1950-1984.   65 file folders, arranged in one chronological series, one alphabetical series.

This series is arranged in two sections. The first section is arranged chronologically by year, beginning with the academic year 1950/1951 (one year before Leser began teaching at the Hartford Seminary Foundation) and ending with the year 1983/1984. The second section is arranged alphabetically by department and/or program or topic.

Series 17 – Student records/papers, ca. 1948-1976.  433 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains class lists and files on many of Leser’s former students. Files often include student photos, questionnaires, some correspondence, student papers, and recommendations.

Series 18 – Clippings on individuals.   100 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series primarily contains clippings on other ethnologists/anthropologists, but also contains some clippings on public figures.

Series 19 – Materials on various subjects.   188 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains clippings, notes, brochures and other materials on a variety of subject areas. One series of files contains newspaper clippings on the family estate in Bonn/ Plittersdorf (1964-1984), which chronicle the property and surrounding area in local newspapers from its ownership by Leser family to the eventual conversion into a recreational park (Leserpark). Other files contain conference materials, materials on the plow, including photographs and early publications. Also contained in this series are a collection of postwar U.S. and occupation newspapers, primarily circulated to U. S. citizens working in postwar Germany.

Series 20 – Miscellaneous memorabilia  188 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

Series 21 – Periodicals, 1911-1981.  71 titles, arranged alphabetically.

 


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Series 1: Biographical materials, documents, 1882-1984

Box 1
Folder

1. Birth certificate, early documents.
2. Documents, 1945+.
3. Confirmation notebook, 1914.
4. Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms Universität, Bonn, 1924-1929.
5. Recommendation letters, 1927 (Ernst Vatter, A. von LeCoq).
6. Technische Hochschule, Darmstadt, 1927-1932.
7. Frankfurter Bund für Volksbildung, 1929-1932.
8. Leser’s attempt to emigrate to Peru, 1939-1940.
9. Immigration to U.S., 1942.
10. Naturalization papers, 1942.
11. U. S. Army service, 1942-1945.
12. Unemployment, 1945, 1947.
13. U.S. Military Intelligence questionnaire, 1945. Applications for employment.
14. U.S. Military Intelligence Service, 1945-1947.
15. U.S. Military Intelligence – miscellaneous materials.
16. Civil Service applications, 1949.
17. Employment inquiries, 1949-1950.
18. Employment in other countries.
19. Hartford Seminary Foundation, 1951-1966.
20. Trip to Africa, 1957.
21. Guest lecturer, Universität Köln, Summer 1958.
22. Address lists.
23. Book lists.
24. Curriculum vitae, early (German and English).
25. Curriculum vitae, Spanish, ca. 1939.
26. Curriculum vitae, 1945.
27. Curriculum vitae, 1948-1949.
28. Curriculum vitae, 1951-1952.
29. Curriculum vitae, 1958, 1967.
30. Gifts to relatives, 1978.
31. Bibliography.
32. 80th birthday commemorative bibliography.
33. Courses taught.
34. Names of prominent students.
35. References, excerpts from reference letters.
36. References, War Department (Carl E. Brose, Arthur W. Curtis, Walter P. Hertz, Edmond M. Rowan, Howard B. Smith, Mercer C. Walter, C. Warndorf, J. H. Zimmermann).
37. Reference letters (Franz Boas, Sigurd Erixon, Robert Heine-Geldern, Lawrence Herman, Milton Horn, Gerhard Lindblom, Lucien Scherman, Franz Weidenreich, Karl A. Wittfogel).
38. Reviews of writings, extracts.
39. Passport applications.
40. Passports, identification cards, etc.
41. Driver’s licenses, eye glass prescriptions.
42. Entschädigungsprozess (Restitution case): Paul Leser vs. Land Hessen, 1958.
43. List of personal possessions.
44. Travel insurance documents.
45. Trust agreement, 1973.

Box 2
Folder

1. Last Will and Testament, early versions.
2. Last Will and Testament, 1973.
3. Stationery, calling cards, etc.
4. Stock purchases.
5. Tax documents, 1967.
6. Tax records, 1971, 1972.
7. Tax documents, 1975.
8. Tax records, 1977.
9. Tax records, 1978.
10. Tax documents, 1982-1984.
11.Excerpts on the Leser family from Will Schaber’s work, A Tale of Two Continents.
12. Leser family geneology.
13. Leser family documents.
14. Rikoff family documents.
15. Family gravesites.
16. Ludwig Leser’sche Stiftung in Frankfurt am Main, 1907.
17. Leser’sche Familienstiftung taxes 1946-1952.
18. Leser’sche Familienstiftung correspondence (55 Büchelstrasse).
19. Leser, Helene Rikoff. Documents.
20. Leser, Helene Rikoff. Albums, 1882, 1899.
21. Leser, Helene Rikoff. Death certificate, gravesite.
22. Cahn family documents (ancestors of Helene Rikoff Leser).
23. Cahn/Rikoff account books.
24. Leser, Wilhelm. Documents.
25. [Leser, Wilhelm]. Notebooks.
26. Leser, Wilhelm and Helene Rikoff. Marriage documents, 1891.
27. Leser, Wilhelm. Death certificate, gravesite.
28. Leser, Emil; Leser, Bertha. Documents.
29. Leser, Philipp; Leser, Charlotte. Documents.
30. [Leser, Philipp]. Notebook.

Box 3
Folder

1. Villa Cahn, Plittersdorf. History.
2. Purchase documents, Plittersdorf property.
3. Plittersdorf tax documents, 1937.
4. Plittersdorf art work; photos; catalog.
5. Documents dealing with Plittersdorf property.
6. Legal proceedings: Walter P. Leser vs. Rheinpark Grundstück- Gesellschaft, 1976.
7. Sale of Plittersdorf property.
8. Autobiographical statement by Paul Leser.
9-10. Transcripts of interviews of Paul Leser.
11. Paul Leser’s birthday dictionary.
12. Leser family clippings, 1920-1923.
13. Clippings (Dean & Douglas Coon), 1969-1971.

Clippings about Paul Leser:
14. Clippings, 1924-1929, 1932.
15. Clippings, Oct. 24, Nov. 10, 1936.
16. Clippings, 1941.
17. Clippings, 1947-1948.
18. Clippings, 1951.
19. Clippings, 1952.
20. Clippings, 1953.
21. Clippings, 1956.
22. Clippings, 1959.
23. Clippings, 1960-1961.
24. Clippings, 1962-1963.
25. Clippings, 1966.
26. Clippings, 1968-1969.
27. Clippings, 1977.
28. Clippings, Feb. 16, 1979.
29. Clippings, Feb. 22, 1979.
30. Clippings, Feb. 23, 1979.
31. Clippings, Mar.-Apr. 1979.
32. Clippings, 1981, 1983.
33. Clippings, obituaries, 1984.


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Series 2: Diaries, notebooks, account books, address books, 1914-1982

Box 4
Folder

1. Student notebooks, 1914 and undated.
2. Diary: I. 1. Januar 1915 bis 20. Februar 1915.
3. Diary: II. 20. Februar 1915 bis 8. Mai 1915.
4. Diary: III. 8. Mai 1915 bis 29. Juni 1915.
5. Diary: IV. 30. Juni 1915 bis 20. August 1915.
6. Diary: V. 20. August 1915 bis 3. November 1915.
7. Diary: VI. 3. November 1915 bis 26. März 1916 (missing).
8. Diary: VII. 26. März 1916 bis 8. Juli 1916.
9. Diary: VIII. 8. Juli 1916 bis 15. September 1916.
10. Diary: IX. 16. September 1916 bis 19. November 1916.
11. Diary: X. 19. November 1916 bis 17. Februar 1917.
12. Diary: XI. 17. Februar 1917 bis
13. Diary: XII. 21. Mai 1917 bis
14. Diary, 1919.
15. Tagebuch. Ende Juni 1921 bis 16. November 1921.
16. Diary, 27. II. 1922-
17. Diary, 11. VI. 22 –
18. Diary, 1942.
19. Diary: 28. Juli 1951 – 13. April 1953.
20. Diary: 15. November 1973 – 9. Mai 1974.
21. Diary: July 3, 1974 – September 1975.
22. Diary: 24. August 1978 bis 16. Juni 1979.
23. Diary: 17. Juni 1979 bis 8. April 1980.
24. Hinweise, Vermerke, Entwürfe. Ab 25. Dezember 1979.
25. Diary: 9. April 1980 – 14. November 1980.
26. Diary: 15. November 1980 –
27. Tagebuch begonnen am 24. Oktober 1982.
28. Diary: 14. November 1982 –
29. Miscellaneous calendars, 1920s – 1930s.
30. Appointment books, 1923-1925.
31. Appointment books, 1926-1928.
32. Appointment books, 1929, 1931, undated.
33. Appointment books, 1934-1936.

Box 5
Folder

1. Appointment books, 1937-1940.
2. Appointment book, 1947.
3. Appointment books, calendars, 1954-1955.
4. Appointment books, 1958.
5. Appointment books, calendars, 1961-1962.
6. Appointment books, 1963-1964.
7. Appointment books, 1973-1976.
8. Appointment books, 1980-1982.
9. Appointment calendar, 1983.
10. Telefonbuch ab 1. Juli 1977.
11. Telefonbuch ab 27. Dezember 1978.
12. Sendungen, 1907, 1917.
13. “Briefbuch ab 1. Januar 1980”, “Briefbuch ab September 1982.”
14. Account books, 1927-1928.
15. Account books, 1934-1940.
16. Miniature account books, 1920s – 1930s.
17. Account book, 7. Februar 1950 – 17. Februar 1952.
18. Account book, Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, 1952.
19. Account book, 19. Feb. 1952 – 23. März 1953.
20. Account book, 26. März 1953 – 26. Dez. 1954.
21. Account book, 1. Jan. 1957 bis 22. März 1958.
22. Account book, 26. Juni 1959 –
23. Account book, 1. Januar 1975 – 8. Mai 1976.
24. Account book, 16. Juni 1977 – 30. November 1978.
25. Account books, Society for Savings, 1978-1980.
26. Account books, 1. September 1980 – 24. August 1982.
27. Account books, undated.

Box 6
Folder

1. Notecards with addresses; address and telephone books.

 


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Box 7
Folder

1. Abraham & Co., 1957.
2. Adler, Fritz, 1932.
3. Boesebeck, Ernst, n.d.
4. Browne, Hyde & Dickerson, 1959-1965.
5. Browne, Hyde & Dickerson, 1966-1971.
6. Buster, "mein treuer Hund". Photos, notes.
7. Buster. Application for dog licenses, etc., 1946-1957.
8. Coon, Bettina. “Some of my observations of our meetings and family conferences.” Dated Nov. 28, 1967.
9. Coon, Bettina, 1945-1952.
10. Coon, Bettina & Webster (Bud), 1953-1955.
11. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1956-1960.
12. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1961-1962.
13. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1963.
14. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1964.
15. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1965.
16. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1966.
17. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1967.
18. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1968.
19. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1969.
20. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1970.
21. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1971.
22. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1972.
23. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1973.
24. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1974.
25. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1975.
26. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1976.
27. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1977.
28. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1978-1979.
29. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1980.
30. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1981-1982.
31. Coon, Bettina & Webster, 1983-1984.
32. Coon, Bettina & Webster, undated.

Box 8
Folder

1. Coon/Leser/Lestoque settlement, 1964-1974.
2. Coon/Leser/Lestoque settlement, 1975.
3. Coon/Leser/Lestoque settlement, 1976.
4. Coon/Leser/Lestoque settlement, 1977-1983.
5. Coon/Leser/Lestoque settlement – Leser drafts.
6. Coon, Dean, 1973-1981.
7. Coon, Douglas W., 1971-1983.
8. Daniels, Daniel, 1967.
9. Downs, Nicole (Nicci Lestoque) & Jeffery, 1967-1984.
10. Finanzamt Bonn, 1965-1976.
11. Galleski, Werner / John H. Maass, 1945-1947.
12. Galleski, Werner / John H. Maass, 1948.
13. Galleski, Werner / John H. Maass, 1949.
14. Galleski, Werner / John H. Maass, 1950.
15. Galleski, Werner / John H. Maass, 1951.
16. Galleski, Werner / John H. Maass, 1952-1955.
17. Gellhaus, Wolfgang M., 1966-1967.
18. Goldschmid, Rosine (geb. Leser), 1890.
19. Gorsuch, Kirgis, Campbell, Walker and Grover, 1974.
20. Gregor, Margit (cousin), 1970-1984; family documents.
21. Haensel, Carl, 1937.
22. Hahn, Anna – Power of attorney, 1948.
23. Hahn, Anna, 1941-1942.
24. Hahn, Anna, 1944-1945.
25. Hahn, Anna, 1946.
26. Hahn, Anna, 1947.
27. Hahn, Anna, 1948; photos.
28. Hahn, Anna, 1949.
29. Hahn, Anna, 1950.
30. Hahn, Anna, 1951.
31. Hahn, Anna, 1952; death notice.
32. Jelkmann, Wilhelm, 1936.
33. Kofferath, Günter, 1958-1960.
34. Kofferath, Günter, 1966-1967.
35. Kofferath, Günter, 1968.
36. Kofferath, Günter, 1971.
37. Kofferath, Günter, 1972.
38. Kofferath, Günter, 1973.
39. Kofferath, Günter, 1974.
40. Kofferath, Günter, 1975.
41. Kofferath, Günter, 1976.
42. Kofferath, Günter, 1977.
43. Kofferath, Günter, 1978.
44. Kofferath, Günter, 1979.
45. Kofferath, Günter, 1980.
46. Kofferath, Günter, 1981.
47. Kofferath, Günter, 1982.
48. Kofferath, Günter, 1983.
49. Kofferath, Günter, 1984.

Box 9
Folder

1. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1949-1951; photo.
2. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1952.
3. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1953.
4. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1954.
5. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1955.
6. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1956.
7. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, Jan. – June 1957.
8. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, July – Dec. 1957.
9. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1958.
10. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, Jan. – June 1959.
11. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, July – Dec. 1959.
12. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, Jan. – June 1960.
13. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, July – Dec. 1960.
14. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1961.
15. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, Jan. – June 1962.
16. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, July – Dec. 1962.
17. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, Jan. – June 1963.

Box 10
Folder

1. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, July – Dec. 1963.
2. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, Jan. – June 1964.
3. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, July – Dec. 1964.
4. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, Jan. – June 1965.
5. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, July – Dec. 1965.
6. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, Jan. – June 1966.
7. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, July – Dec. 1966.
8. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, Jan. – June 1967.
9. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, July – Dec. 1967.
10. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, Jan. – June 1968.
11. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, July – Dec. 1968.
12. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1969.
13. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1970.
14. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1971.
15. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1972-1974.
16. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1975-1982.

Box 11
Folder

1. Leser, Bertha, 1938-1942.
2. Leser, Charles / Leser, Emil, 1917-1919.
3. Leser, Emil, 1913-1933.
4. Leser, Helene (geb. Rikoff), 1913-1940.
5. Leser, Helene. Correspondence with Joseph Christ, August W. Michel, 1939-1941.
6. Leser, Jeffrey & Marjorie, 1978-1984.
7. Leser, Philipp, 1850-1855.
8. Leser, Wilhelm, 1919.
9. Leser, Wilhelmine, 1963.
10. Leser’sche Familienstiftung, 1919-1921.
11. Leser’sche Familienstiftung, 1936.
12. Leser’sche Familienstiftung, 1937.
13. Leser’sche Familienstiftung, 1938.
14. Leser’sche Familienstiftung, 1939.
15. Leser’sche Familienstiftung, 1940.
16. Leser’sche Familienstiftung, 1941-1970.
17. Lestoque, Albert, 1898, 1913-1921.
18. Lestoque, Albert, 1928-1935.
19. Lestoque, Albert, 1936.
20. Lestoque, Albert, Jan. – Mar. 1937.
21. Lestoque, Albert, Apr. – Dez. 1937.
22. Lestoque, Albert, 1938.
23. Lestoque, Albert, 1939.
24. Lestoque, Albert, 1940.

Box 12
Folder

1. Lestoque, Albert, 1941-1942.
2. Lestoque, Albert, 1944.
3. Lestoque, Albert, 1945-1946.
4. Lestoque, Albert, 1947.
5. Lestoque, Albert, 1948.
6. Lestoque, Albert. Power of attorney, 1948-1951.
7. Lestoque, Albert, 1949.
8. Lestoque, Albert, 1950.
9. Lestoque, Albert, 1951-1952.
10. Lestoque, Albert, 1953.
11. Lestoque, Albert, 1954; photos.
12. Lestoque, Albert, 1955; photos.
13. Lestoque, Albert, 1956.
14. Lestoque, Albert, 1957-1958.
15. Lestoque, Albert, 1959.
16. Lestoque, Albert, 1960 (including condolence letters).
17. Correspondence re: gravesite of Albert Lestoque, 1962-1971.
* Lestoque, Patricia J. see Nicolson, Patricia (Patsy).
* Lestoque, Sharla see Riead, Sharla.
18. Lestoque, Walter, 1948-1962; photos.
19. Lestoque, Walter, 1963-1965.
20. Lestoque, Walter, 1966-1968.
21. Lestoque, Walter, 1969-1972; photos.
22. Lestoque, Walter, 1973-1975; photos.
23. Lestoque, Walter, 1976-1979.
24. Lestoque, Walter, 1980-1984; photos.
25. Lingemann, Josef, 1964.
26. Lingemann, Maria. Power of attorney, 1948, 1964.
27-28. Lingemann, Maria. Condolence letters and cards to Paul Leser, 1964.
29. Massa & Stevens / Massa & Hinsley, 1962-1985.
30. Mertens, Fritz / Mayer, Georg, 1936.
31. Musil, Jennifer (Leser), 1982.


Box 13
Folder

1. Nicolson, Patricia (Patsy Lestoque), 1961-1984.
2. Riead, Sharla (Sharla Lestoque), 1972-1984.
3. Rikoff, F., 1901-1902.
4. Rubin and Rubin, 1980-1982.
5. Schaber, Gerda (formerly Gerda Lestoque), 1931-1941.
6. Schaber, Gerda, 1944-1945.
7. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1946-1947.
8. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1948.
9. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1949; photos.
10. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1950.
11. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1951.
12. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1952; photos.
13. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1953.
14. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1954.
15. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1955.
16. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1956-1957.
17. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1958-1962.
18. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1963-1965.
19. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1966.
20. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1967-1969.
21. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1970-1973.
22. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1974-1975.
23. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1976-1977.
24. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1978-1979.
25. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1980-1981; photos.
26. Schaber, Gerda & Will, 1982-1984.
27. Schulte-Wolff, M., 1951.
28. Sears & Goldsmith (Edwin M. Sears), 1950-1951.
29. Sullivan, Margaret, 1954-1956; photos.
30. Thiele, Günter (architect), 1958.
31. Tippel, Klaus D. (architect), 1946-1950.
32. Walter, Paul, 1936-1938.
33. Wassermeyer, Wolf (Wolfgang), 1931-1959.
34. Wenzel-Burchard, Gertrud, 1941-1979.
35. Wenzel-Burchard, Gertrud, 1980.
36. Wenzel-Burchard, Gertrud, 1981-1984.
37. Wenzel-Burchard, Gertrud. Reviews of Broken Star.
38. Wenzel-Burchard, Gertrud. Reviews of Granny.
39. Werner, Ernst, 1951.
40. Wertheimer-deBay, A., 1932-1949.
41. Wiedergutmachungskammer, 1954.
42. Miscellaneous family correspondence.



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Series 4: Maria (Mira, Mary; Boxes 14-17) and Heinrich (Heinz; Boxes 17-19) Lingemann Collection, 1913-1964

Box 14
Folder

1. Account books, notebooks.
2. Household accounts, 1963.
3. Address, telephone books.
4. Appointment book, 1963.
5. Calling cards.
6. Personal documents, including passport.
7. Confirmation book.
8. Tagebuch, 1913.
9. Wedding album, photographs.
10. Wedding congratulations, telegrams & letters, 1920.
11. Portrait photos.
12. “Lieder zur Lande”. Heft II, III, IV. 3 music notebooks containing music and lyrics, handwritten.
13. Miscellaneous notes.
14. Correspondence re: immigration to the U.S., 1942-1948.
15. Records of money transfers, 1944-1948.
16. Medical records.
17. Condolence letters on the death of Heinrich Lingemann, 1962 (A – H).
18. Condolence letters, I – O.
19. Condolence letters, P – Z.
20. Financial records, 1963-1964.
21. Last Will and Testament, several versions.
22. Death notices, 1964.

Box 15
Folder

Correspondence:
1. Leser, Paul, undated.
2. Leser, Paul, 1913-1916.
3. Leser, Paul, 1921.
4. Leser, Paul, 1928.
5. Leser, Paul, 1931-1934.
6. Leser, Paul, 1935-1936.
7. Leser, Paul, 1937.
8. Leser, Paul, 1938.
9. Leser, Paul, 1939-1944.
10. Leser, Paul, 1945.
11. Leser, Paul, 1946.
12. Leser, Paul, 1947.
13. Leser, Paul, 1948.
14. Leser, Paul, 1949.
15. Leser, Paul, 1950.
16. Leser, Paul, 1951.
17. Leser, Paul, 1952.
18. Leser, Paul, 1953.
19. Leser, Paul, 1954.
20. Leser, Paul, 1955.
21. Leser, Paul, 1956.
22. Leser, Paul, 1957.
23. Leser, Paul, 1958.


Box 16
Folder

1. Leser, Paul, 1959.
2. Leser, Paul, 1960.
3. Leser, Paul, 1961.
4. Leser, Paul, 1962.
5. Leser, Paul, 1963.
6. Leser, Paul, 1964.
7. Ärztliche Verrechungsstelle e.V., 1958.
8. Albes, Paula, 1945-1964.
9. Arnott, Margaret, 1957.
10. Auto-Schnellfahre, 1963.
11. Bauernfeind, Irene, 1953.
12. Beckman, Lars, 1953.
13. Berg, Gösta, 1948.
14. Behrendt, Friedel, 1952-1954, 1960.
15. Bloch, Birgit, 1953.
16. Bloch, Curt, 1952.
17. Blumberger, Gertrud, 1959.
18. Bornemann, Eduard, 1952, 1959.
19. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1947, 1950.
20. Brandt, Emmy, 1953-1954.
21. Breining, L., 1960.
22. Brüning, Lucie, 1954, 1956, 1959; photo.
23. Burkardt-Mori, Elisabet, 1952.
24. Cahn, Max L., 1953.
25. Coon, Bettina, 1953-1963.
26. Deutsche Bank, 1952-1963.
27. Dresdner Bank, 1960-1963.
28. Endemann, Harald, n.d.
29. Erixon, Sigurd, n.d.
30. Gerhardt, Hedwig, 1954.
31. Goldberg, Ludwig, 1953.
32. Gustafson, Gurli, 1953, 1960.
33. Hahn, Anna, 1943-1949.
34. Hanf-Dressler, Kurt, 1954, 1959.
35. Höchberg, Alexander, 1953.
36. Homann, Milly, 1963, 1964.
37. Johannes Klais, Orgelbauanstalt, 1960.
38. Koch, Dora, 1946, 1947.
39. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1951-1959.
40. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1960.
41. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1961.
42. Küsel-Meise, Agnes, 1962-1963.
43. Kullberg, Kläre von, 1954.
44. Langendorf, Lina, 1954.
45. Leser, Bertha, 1941-1942.
46. Leser, Helene, 1920-1939.
47. Lestoque, Albert, 1944-1959.
48. Lestoque, Walter, 1952-1962.
49. Lewy, Erna, 1953-1960.
50. Liessem, Martino, 1954.
51. Lüttke, M., 1940, 1952.
52. Mayer, Elisabeth, 1951-1954.
53. Meyer, Franz, 1944, 1947.
54. Mischlich, Marie, 1952, 1954, 1959.
55. Mittelstandshilfe Essen, n.d.
56. Pauli, Hanna, 1950-1954.
57. Pauli, Hermann, 1960.
58. Pauli, Peter & Sheila, 1952, 1959, 1963.
59. Pesch, Hildegunde, 1958.
60. Pustilnik, Mrs. William, 1963.
61. Reithmeier, Auguste, 1953-1954, 1959.
62. Rohren, Werner & Lisa, 1954.
63. Savvas, George E., 1953.
64. Schaber, Gerda, 1948, 1953-1963.
65. Schaus, Agnes, 1953.
66. Schleyer, Adelhaid, 1959.
67. Schubert, F., 1960.
68. Schulte-Wolff, Marga, 1952-1958.
69. Schweizerische Kreditanstalt, Zürich, 1961-1963.

Box 17
Folder

1. Söderman, Ingrid & Harry, 1951-1954, 1960.
2. Sponeck, Graf von, 1964.
3. Staudinger, Else, 1944.
4. Stevens, Eleanor, undated.
5. Sulzbach, Renée, undated.
6. Tengelmann, Herbert, 1929.
7. Theile, Günther, 1957, 1958.
8. Walraf, Josef, 1952-1954.
9. Walter, Paul, 1937-1938.
10. Wassermayer, Wolf, 1938-1951.
11. Wassermayer, Wolf, 1952-1962.
12. Wersebe-Hogrefe, Ingrid von, 1961.
13. Weydt, Sophie, 1942.
14. Wittgenstein, Thea von, 1952, 1954, 1960.
15. Wurmehl, Pfarrer Albert, 1952-1953.
16. Zahl, Gustav, 1947.
17. Zarth, Luise, 1963.
18. Zimmermann, Martha Schober, 1953-1954.
19. Miscellaneous correspondence, 1929-1965.
Heinrich Lingemann materials:
20. Personal documents, including passport.
21. Memberships.
22. Calling cards, stationery.
23. Clippings re: Heinrich Lingemann.
24. Death notices, 1962.
25. Photographs: portraits.
26. Heinrich Lingemann Nachlass.
27. Lingemann family members, death notices.
28. Tax records, 1950-1954.
29. Seating arrangements, dinner parties, 1929-.
Correspondence arranged by topic:
30. Anerkennung des juristischen Studium an den phil.theol. Hochschulen Bamberg und Regensburg, 1948.
31. Deutsche Zentrale für Jugendfürsorge, 1922-1923.
32. Deutscher Kinderschutz-Verband e.V., 1923-1924.
33. Building repairs, 1946-1947.
34. Association Internationale de droit Pénal, Paris, 1953-1954.
35. Deutsch-holländische Juristenvereinigung, 1958.
36. Deutsche Liga für föderalistische Union Europas (Liga für Weltregierung), 1947.
37. Deutsches Rotes Kreuz, Landesverbandes Nordrhein, 1947-1948.
38. Einrichtung einer Zentralstelle für Justizverwaltung in Köln, 1945.
39. Entfernung und Neuordnung der Eisen schaffenden Industrie, 1948.
40. Entnazifizierungsausschusses Düsseldorf, 1947.
41. Gemeinnützige Aktiengesellschaft für Wohnungen in Köln (K.-H. Dinslage), 1954.
42. Handwörterbuch der Kriminologie (Alexander Elster), 1929-1936.
43. Handwörterbuch der Kriminologie: Stichwörterliste, Inhaltsangabe, etc.
44. Hessische Staatsministerium, 1947.
45. Justizministerium des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, 1947.
46. Justizprüfungsamt, Bad Godesberg, 1946.
47. Justizprüfungsamt: Strafliche Fälle.
48. Kinderverschickung nach Schweden, 1948.
49. Niederrheinische Straffälligenbetreuung und Ermittlungshilfe e.V. Düsseldorf, 1954.
50. Rechtsanwaltskammer, Düsseldorf, 1947.
51. Rheinisch-Westfälische Gefängnis-Gesellschaft, 1947-1954.


Box 18
Folder

1. Tagung der Oberlandesgerichtspräsidenten, Bad Godesberg, 1948.
2. Tagung der Oberlandesgerichtspräsidenten, Bad Godesberg. Participants, A-Z.
3. Tagung der Oberlandesgerichtspräsidenten, Hamburg, 1947.
4. Tagung in Walberberg: Grundfragen des Strafrechts, 1947.
5. Verein der Richter und Staatsanwälte im Lande Nordrhein-Westfalen, 1953.
6. Verein für Bewährungshilfe e.V. Bad Godesberg, 1954-1955.
7. Wiedergutmachungsgesetz, 1946.
8. “Entwurf eines Wiedergutmachungsgesetzes in der Fassung gemäss Beratung des Deutschen Zonenbeirats vom November 1946.” Multiple copies.
9. Wiedergutmachungstagungen, 1947.
10. Wiedereröffnung von Deutschen Gerichten, 1948.
11. Zentral Justizamt für die Britische Zone, 1946-1947.
12. Zonenbeirat, Rechts- und Verfassungsausschuss, 1946.
13. Züricherischer Juristenverein, 1947.
Correspondence with family members:
14. Leser, Paul, 1930-1957.
15. Lestoque, Heinrich Walter, 195
16. Lingemann, Ferdinand, 1947.
17. Lingemann, Maria, 1938-1950.
18. Lingemann library, 1952.
Correspondence with others:
19. Adenauer, August, 1947.
20. Adenauer, Konrad, 1948.
21. Albin Klein Verlagsdruckerei, 1949-1950.
22. Atzler, Dr., 1948.
23. Bader, Karl, undated.
24. Baerns, Werner, 1945-1948.
25. Bartels, 1947.
26. Becher, Fritz, 1947.
27. Beyerle, Josef, 1955.
28. Bila, Dr. von, 1948.
29. Blum, Hermann, 1945.
30. Bonde, Ebba Gräfin, 1949.
31. Brüning, Heinrich, 1947.
32. Budde, Eugen, 1947.
33. Busch, 1955.
34. Canter, Karl, 1947.
35. Cental-Krankenversicherung a. G., 1958-1960.
36. Conrad, Rudolf E. Baron, 1951.
37. Cüppers, Joseph, 1945, 1947.
38. David, Alfons, 1947-1948.
39. Deutsche Rechts-Zeitschrift, 1948.
40. Dibelius, 1953.
41. Dittmann, Werner, 1947, 1955.
42. Dougill, Vera, 1948-1949.
43. Dreifuß, Julius, 1947.
44. Drost, H., 1949.
45. Dücker, Carl, 1947.
46. Erhard, Hans, 1947-1948.
47. Everling, Friedrich, 1947-1948.
48. Feisenberger, Ewing, 1947.
49. Frey, Erwin R., 1948, 1951.
50. Friedrich, Walter, 1947.
51. Gemeinschaft der rassisch und politisch verfolgten Christen e.V., 1947.
52. Gesellschaft für Christlich-Jüdische Zusammenarbeit in Bonn e.V., 1955.
53. Gippert, Pastor, 1952.
54. Gockeln, Oberbürgermeister, 1949.
55. Gottsmann, Walther, 1948.
56. Greinert, Ministerialrat, 1948.
57. Grimme, Adolf, 1955.
58. Grünhut, Max, 1948.
59. Hagemann, Max, 1948, 1955.
60. Hammerschlag, 1947.
61. Hauptwald, R., 1955.
62. Heinemann, Hans, 1947.
63. Hemer, Heinrich, 1947-1948.
64. Hemken, Ruth, 1947.
65. Hermes, Anna, 1960.
66. Heydrich, M., 1960.
67. Hippel, Ernst von, 1947.
68. Hoberg, 1955.
69. Hopmann, Heinrich, 1947.
70. Jewish Committee for Relief Abroad, 1947.
71. Jüttner, Ignaz, 1948.
72. Keimer, Ernst, undated.
73. Kesseböhmer, 1948.
74. Kiesselbach, W., 1947-1949.
75. Kirchner, 1948-1949.
76. Koch, Ekhard, 1947-1948.
77. Kohlhaas, Max, 1954-1955.
78. Konrad, Anton, 1947.
79. Kost, Heinrich, 1948.
80. Kuhnt, G., 1947.
81. Liesegang, Albert, 1947.
82. Linz, 1948.
83. Lüders, 1947.
84. Macaskie, N. L., 1948.
85. Marek, Christa, 1956, 1957.
86. Merrick, W., 1948.
87. Moehlen, Adolf Stier tom, 1947.
88. Mörike, 1947.
89. Moldenhauer, Margarete, 1953.
90. Moller, N. H., 1948-1949.
91. Muthesius, 1951.
92. Die Neue Zeitung, 1946.
93. Neuhaus, Carl M., 1960.
94. Neukamp, Franz, 1946.

Box 19
Folder

1. Neumann, Richard, 1954.
2. Niemeyer, Gerda, 1955.
3. Niethammer, Emil, 1947-1948, 1954-1955.
4. Niethammer, Emil, 80th birthday celebration.
5. Niethammer, Emil, 85th birthday celebration.
6. Orth, Hermann, 1947.
7. Passmore, Douglas G., 1948.
8. Pastor, Wilhelm L., 1948.
9. Peters, Karl, 1947, 1953.
10. Profitlich, Anni, 1945.
11. Pütz, Leopold, 1945.
12. Quaas, Friedrich, 1948.
13. Rahaus, Albert, 1947.
14. Rathbone, J. F. W., 1946-1949.
15. Richter, Elisabeth, 1954.
16. Rinck, Gerd, 1954.
17. Rintelen, 1945.
18. Rotberg, 1947.
19. Rothfels, Brigitte, 1948.
20. Saarbach, W. E., 1948, 1949.
21. Saller, K., 1953.
22. Schanz, Agnes, 1947.
23. Schetter, M., 1947.
24. Schiffer, Karl, 1953.
25. Schilling, Joseph, 1948.
26. Schmidt, Johannes, 1947, 1953.
27. Schmidt-Thomé, Franz, 1952.
28. Schneidewin, Karl, 1954.
29. Schönke, Adolf, 1947.
30. Schulte, Hubertus, 1953.
31. Schulz, Werner, 1946-1947.
32. Schwenk, Edmund H., 1955, 1957.
33. Schwering, 1954.
34. Sethe, Karl, 1947.
35. Söderman, Harry, 1948, 1951.
36. Spanier, Paul, 1947.
37. Stäcker, Otto, 1946.
38. Staff, Dr., 1947.
39. Stoltenhoff, D., 1948-1949.
40. Sträter, 1947.
41. Stück, Hans, 1954.
42. Universität Köln, Juristische Fakultät, 1945-1948.
43. Veith, Hans Joachim, 1948.
44. Veltman, Rudolf, 1948.
45. Vereinigung der Verfolgten des Naziregimes, 1948.
46. Verlag Götz Schwippert, 1947.
47. Vins, Wilhelm, 1946.
48. Vrij-Ledeboer, G. H., 1955.
49. Walter de Gruyter & Co., 1947, 1952-1953.
50. Wandersleb, Hermann, 1947.
51. Wedel, Graf Ernst von, 1947.
52. Weischenberg, Hubert, 1947-1948.
53. Westdeutsche Wirtschaftszeitung, 1947.
54. Wiefels, J., 1947-1948.
55. Wimmer, August, 1945-1947.
56. Wirtz, Carl, 1946.
57. Wolff, Ernst, 1948.
58. Zander, Josef, 1948.
59. Zimmermann, Elisabeth; Zimmermann, Otto, 1947-1948.
60. Miscellaneous correspondence, 1947-1949.
Writings of Heinrich Lingemann:
61. “Demokratie u. Justiz” (n.d., ca. 1947-1948).
62. “Fünftes Buch. Beteiligung des Verletzten be idem Verfahren” (1953).
63. “Handels- u. Wechselrecht.” Notes, dated 1901.
64. “Inwieweit unterliegen heute Staatliche Rechtsvorschriften der Nachprüfung durch die Gerichte?” (1949).
65. “Neugründung der Rhein.Westfälischen-Gefängnis Gesellschaft durch den Oberlandesgerichtspräsident Lingemann” (n.d.).
66. “Reisebericht” (1945).
67. Miscellaneous manuscripts and typescripts.
Case files:
68. Kriegsgefangenenlagern.
69. Military government / Militärregierung.
70. Reichsvereinigung Textilveredlung.
71. Reichsvereinigung Textilveredlung. Publications, 1942-1943.
72. Reichsvereinigung Textilveredlung. Publications, 1944.
73. Bader, Lydia (geb. Rantz), 1947.
74. Bräutigam, Otto / Leibbrandt, Georg, 1949-1950.
75. Bräutigam, Otto. “Meine Tätigkeit während des Krieges im Auswärtigen Amt, im Ostministerium und im Generalstab des Feldheeres, insbesondere meine Haltung in der Judenfrage.” Typescripts, correspondence, 1956.
76. Bräutigam, Otto. Correspondence with Heinrich Lingemann, 1956-1958.
77. Bräutigam, Otto. Clippings.
78. Gutachten Dr. Bräutigam.
79. Herbold, Josef, 1945.
80. Kipp, Karl Theodor, 1948.
81. Küppers, Heinrich; Heidenthal, Josef, 1946.
82. Lenzen, Ludwig, 1947.
83. Schmitz, Maria; Buschmann, Wilhelmine, 1946.
84. Tillmann, Max, 1947.
Typescripts by others:
85. Amelunxen, Dr.; texts of speeches.
86. Bauhofer, Arthur; reprint.
87. Beemelmans, Feldkriegsgerichtsrat. “Einzelbericht der Sektion III über die Militärstrafrechtspflege zum Gesamtbericht über die Verwaltung der besetzten Gebiete” (1918).
88. Haensel, Carl. “Die nach Kontrollratsgesetz Nr. 10 strafbare Organisationszuge-hörigkeit als Conspiracy” (1947).
89. Lange, Richard. “Mittel und Wege zur Überwindung der deutschen Rechtszersplitterung” (1947).
90. Schmidt, Albert. “Staatsanwaltschaft ohne Voruntersuchung. Stärkung ihrer Stellung” (n.d.).
91. Smend, Julius. Abhandlung über die Krebsbekämpfung (1946).
92. Weidemann, Heinrich. “Grundzüge meiner Verteidigung im Falle Watz” (1947).
93. Wimmer, Senatspräsident Dr. “Das englische Strafverfahren” (1946).
94. Nordrhein-Westfalen. Clippings, press releases.



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Series 5: General Correspondence, 1913-1984

Box 20
Folder

1. Abrahams, Roger, 1963.
2. Ackeren, Carl van, 1966.
3. Ackerman, Robert E., 1949-1951.
4. Adamczyk, Jan, 1957.
5. Adams, Evan M., 1961.
6. Adams, John B., 1951, 1955.
7. Adler, Arthur M., 1951.
8. Adler, Robert S., 1946-1947.
9. Aereboe, Friedrich, 1933-1934.
10. Aginsky, Burt, 1956.
11. Aigner, Hanna, 1946.
12. Aitken, Robert, 1954-1965.
Aitken, Barbara, 1965-1966.
13. Akeley, T. Barton & Margaret (Peggy), 1948-1953, 1962.
Akeley, Frances, undated.
14. Akim, Bertha, 1959.
15. Albert, Ludwig, 1926-1927, 1959-1960.
16. Albes, Paula, 1948, 1952.
17. Allen, Francis R., 1961-1962.
18. Almeida, António de, 1962.
19. Alpers, Ernst, 1921-1935.
20. Anderberg, Lisa, 1952.
21. Andernach, Dietrich, 1976-1979.
22. Anderson, Edward, 1957-1959.
23. Anderson, Jay Allan, 1969.
24. Anderson, Myrdene, 1978-1981.
25. Anderson, Robert T., 1966.
26. Andersson, Elisabeth, 1940-1941.
27. Andersson, Emil, 1948, 1951, 1952.
28. Andreae, Norah, 1945-1949; death notice.
29. Andrews, Arnold, 1949-1960.
30. Andriolo, Karin R., 1980-1981.
31. Angel, J. Lawrence, 1963.
32. Ankermann, Bernhard, 1925-1927.
33. Aptheker, Herbert, 1969.
34. Archer, Raymond L., 1957.
35. Arnott, Margaret, 1952-1953; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
36. Arnott, Margaret, 1954.
37. Arnott, Margaret, 1955.
38. Arnott, Margaret, 1956.
39. Arnott, Margaret, 1957-1958.
40. Arnott, Margaret, 1959-1961.
41. Arnott, Margaret, 1962-1965.
42. Arnott, Margaret, 1966-1968.
43. Arnott, Margaret, 1969-1971.
44. Arnott, Margaret, 1972-1977.
45. Arnott, Margaret, 1978-1984.
46. Arvefjord, Stig, 1951.
Kristiansson, Gunnar & Marianne, 1951.
47. Atkin, Adam, 1951.
48. Atkin, Robert, 1963.
49. Aubin, Hermann, 1924-1929.
50. Auerbach, Alfred, 1914, 1946, 1975.
51. Avitsur, Shmuel, 1971-1975.
52. Bacon, Elizabeth E., 1963.
53. Badner, Mino, 1973.
54. Badt, F., 1934-1936.
55. Baerwald, H[ans], 1932.
56. Bahr, Max Dietrich (Fuzzi), 1965-1966.
57. Bailey, L. Scott, 1961.
58. Bailey, Moses, 1959, 1967-1983.
59. Bailey, Paul, 1955.
60. Baisch, Erwin, 1932.
61. Baker, Fordyce, 1944-1954.
62. Balassa, Iván, 1956-1979.
63. Baldus, Herbert, 1965.
64. Bandke, Lotte, 1947.
65. Bardel, Ursula, 1974.
66. Barrett, Samuel A., 1961.
67. Barritt, Eugene R., 1972-1974.
68. Barry, Edward & Lotti, 1945-1984.
69. Barry, Mary S., 1970-1977.
70. Barthels, F., 1910.
71. Bartmann, Peter, 1953-1964.
72. Barton, Richard B., 1949.
73. Bary, Inge & Otto W. de, 1950-1984.
74. Basine, Patricia G., 1964-1974; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
75. Battles, Ford L., 1952-1964.
76. Battles, Ford L., 1965-1973.
77. Battles, Ford L., 1974-1979.
Battles, Marion, 1974-1984.
78. Bau, Berndt, 1959.
79. Bauer, Frederick E., 1963.
80. Bauer, William, 1953.
81. Baum (Notar), 1937-1938.
82. Baumann, Hermann, 1931, 1945-1972; death notice.
83. Baumgarten, Karl, 1961-1964.
84. Baxter, Edna M., 1976-1983.
85. Beardsley, Jane R. H., 1951-1972.
86. Beck, Earl R., 1963.
87. Beck, John, 1953.
88. Becker, Wolfram, 1941-1954.
89. Becker, Wolfram, 1955-1975.
90. Becker, Wolfram, 1976-1979.


Box 21
Folder

1. Becker, Wolfram, 1980-1984.
2. Becker, Wolfram. Clippings sent to Leser (1).
3. Becker, Wolfram. Clippings sent to Leser (2).
4. Beecker, William, 1971-1974; photos.
5. Beegle, J. Allan, 1963, 1968.
6. Behlen, Heinrich, 1926-1936.
7. Behrend, Edwin, 1914.
8. Behrend, Johanna, 1933, 1937.
9. Behrend, Max, n.d.
10. Behrendt, Friedel, 1971-1984.
11. Behrens, Hermann, 1961, 1977.
12. Ben Sliman, Brigitte, 1974-1978.
13. Benary, Margot, 1953.
14. Bender, Ille, 1972-1977.
15. Bender, Kurt, 1960-1975; photos.
16. Bender, Michael A., 1960.
17. Bennett, John, 1948-1965.
18. Bennett, Joseph & Peggy, 1949-1953.
19. Bentzien, Ulrich, 1964.
20. Berg, Gösta, 1929-1979.
21. Berg, Gunnel Hazelius, 1937.
22. Bergel, Egon E., 1953.
23. Berger, A. E., 1928-1929.
24. Berger, Peter L. & Brigitte, 1959-1984.
25. Berner, Ulrich, 1961.
26. Bernet Kempers, A. J., 1970.
27. Bernheim, Kurt, 1945.
28. Betts, Elaine, 1979.
29. Beuchelt, Eno, 1960-1961.
30. Bhaskar, Kali, undated.
31. Bicknell, Marguerite E., 1948-1956.
32. Bierhenke, Wilhelm, 1967; death notice.
33. Bijlefeld, Willem A. (Dean, Hartford Seminary), 1967-1982.
34. Billings, Dorothy K., 1967.
35. Billings, N. H., 1966.
36. Birum, Paul, 1945-1952.
37. Bittner, Franziska (Franzi), 1947-1951; photos.
38. Bittner, Franziska, 1952-1969.
39. Björneboe, Lisel, 1979.
40. Black, Henry & Isabella, 1959-1981, undated.
41. Blair, Naomi, 1957.
42. Blau, William L., 1984.
43. Blizzard, Samuel W., 1961.
44. Bloch, Jules, 1936.
45. Block, Martin, 1932-1961.
* Bloomquist, Norma see Brookhart, Norma Bloomquist.
46. Blumenfeld, Ed & Flora, 1955.
47. Blumenfeld, Eugene, 1955-1956.
48. Blumenthal, Fanny Bato & Henry, 1945-1951.
49. Bobrowski, Franziska, 1967-1979.
50. Bodenheimer, Sally, 1972-1979.
51. Bodrogi, Tibor, 1982.
52. Bödiger, Uta, 1984.
53. Bölte, Felix, 1934.
54. Böttcher, Otto, 1932.
55. Boggs, Stephen T., 1965.
56. Boissevain, Ethel, 1961.
57. Boissevain, J. F., 1968-1969.
58. Bolz, Ingeborg, 1958-1964.
59. Boock, Thomas & Bernice, 1957-1963.
60. Boos, Frank H., 1962.
61. Bornemann, Eduard, 1910-1924.
62. Bornemann, Eduard, 1937.
63. Bornemann, Eduard, 1947-1976; death notices.
       Bornemann, Doris, 1947.
       Bornemann, Ottilie, 1975-1979.
64. Bornemann, Fritz, 1953-1957, 1982.
65. Bosch-Gimpera, P., 1959.
66. Both, Deszo, 1952-1953.
67. Bothmer, Bernhard von, 1945.
68. Boullata, Issa J., 1968.
69. Bradley, William, 1957-1970.
70. Bragg, Wayne G., 1953.
71. Bram, Joseph, 1953.
72. Bramesfeld, Erwin, 1934.
73. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1933-1936; photo.
74. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1941-1942, 1946; photos.
75. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1947-1949; photos.
76. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1950-1951.


Box 22
Folder

1. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1952.
2. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1953-1954.
3. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1955-1957; photo.
4. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1958-1960.
5. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1961-1967.
6. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1969-1978.
7. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1979-1981.
8. Bramesfeld, Eva, 1982-1984.
9. Brancel, Margaret & Fred, 1952-1957; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
10. Brand, Donald D., 1961.
11. Brandewie, Ernest, 1981-1984.
12. Brandt, Emmy Luise, 1928-1946.
13. Brandt, Emmy Luise, 1947-1963.
14. Brandt, Emmy Luise, 1964-1984.
15. Bratanic, Branimir, 1940, 1952-1955.
16. Bratanic, Branimir, 1956-1962.
17. Bratanic, Branimir, 1963-1969.
18. Bratanic, Branimir, 1970-1983.
19. Braun, Andor, 1979.
20. Bray, Francesca, 1983.
21. Breceda, (General) Alfredo, 1940.
22. Breitscheid, Gerhard, 1937.
23. Brennan, Paul, 1965-1980; photos; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
24. Bretz, Frank H., 1967.
25. Brevich, Paul, 1920.
26. Brewster, Eleanor, 1953.
27. Bridges, William C., 1955-1956.
28. Bringéus, Nils-Arvid, 1973-1979.
29. Brock, Ernst C., 1952-1982.
30. Brock, Fred C., 1945-1983.
31. Brockway, Duncan, 1975.
32. Brodheim, A., 1945.
33. Brönner, Wolfgang, 1982-1984.
34. Bromley, David, 1955, 1979-1981.
35. Brookhart, Norma Bloomquist, 1956-1975; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
36. Bros, Anna, 1934.
37. Brown, Ina Corinne, 1954.
38. Brown, Ken, 1956.
39. Brown, Mosell M., 1950.
40. Brown, William O., 1966.
41. Bruck, Kurt, 1928, undated.
42. Brück, Emilie, undated.
43. Brugmann, Hermann, 1931-1945.
44. Bruner, Martha, 1947-1949.
45. Bryan, Harry Haywood, 1952-1954.
46. Buchanan, Osborne, 1962.
47. Buckman, Chester, 1960-1973.
48. Bücheler, Walther, 1934.
49. Bühler, Alfred, 1965-1967.
50. Bürger, Hans, 1920-1921.
51. Buettner-Janusch, John, 1980.
52. Bullen, Adelaide K., 1954.
53. Bullough, John F., 1961.
54. Burcaw, G. Ellis, 1973.
55. Burgstaller, Ernst, 1963.
56. Burkart, Herbert, 1928, 1946-1952.
57. Buscher, Paulus, 1982.
58. Bushala, Paull, 1958-1959.
59. Busoni, Rafaello, 1948-1952.
60. Buswell, James O. III, 1966.
61. Byhan, A., 1923, 1926.
62. Cage, John, 1954.
63. Cahén, P., 1945.
64. Cahen-Brach, Fritz, 1913-1914.
65. Cahen-Brach, Hans, 1916, 1931.
66. Cahn, Adolph L., 1972-1973.
67. Cahn, Marga, 1946-1949.
68. Cahn, Martha, 1946-1951.
69. Calverley, Edwin, 1966.
70. Campbell, ?ke, 1936-1937.
71. Canals, S., 1952.
72. Capolungo, Ralph, 1955-1973.
73. Carlson, Dick & Estelle, 1960.
74. Carlson, Robert E., 1961.
75. Carneiro, Robert L., 1956-1962.
76. Carpenter, Mary J., 1963, 1965.
77. Carpentieri, Peter F., 1954-1955.
78. Carter, Willard & Louisa, 1954-1966.
79. Caspari, H., 1940, 1975.
80. Cassel, Isidor L., 1963.
81. Cater, Catherine, 1948-1978.
82. Celi, Loredana, 1978.
83. Chakerian, Charles, 1952-1960.
84. Chambliss, Rollin, 1963.
85. Chamra, Frank, 1929.
86. Chapman, Daniel, 1951.
87. Chardon, Hans G., 1982-1983.
88. Charlip, Remy, 1953-1962.
89. Cheney, Betsy, 1970-1973.
90. Cheney, Jane, undated.
91. Chevalier, H., 1920-1921.
92. Chien-chung Yin, 1967.
93. Chrestin, F., 1933.
94. Clark, Walter Houston, 1953-1983.
95. Clarke, Delys, 1952.
96. Clausing, Günther, 1946-1949.
       Clausing, Helmut, 1951-1952.
       Clausing, Bernd, 1958-1960.
97. Clemens, C., 1924-1937.
98. Clever, Bernhard, 1927.
       Clever, Ludwig, 1927.
99. Closs, Alois, 1977-1978.
100. Coleman, William Henry, 1973.
101. Coley, Katharine T. S., 1963.
102. Comas, Juan, 1959.
103. Comhaire, Jean (United Nations Economic Commission for Africa), 1952-1964.
104. Conant, Francis, 1961.
105. Conant, Ruth Sanger, 1975; memorial.
106. Conklin, Harold (Hal) C. (American Anthropologist), 1956-1981.
107. Connolly, Diana Gilliland, 1960, 1968.
108. Connor, Mrs. Leonard, 1975.
109. Conrad, Hellmut, 1946.
110. Corkran, David, 1951, 1953.

Box 23
Folder

1. Coulborn, Rushton, 1952-1969.
2. Cox, Berkeley, 1967, 1979; death notice.
3. Cox, H. L., 1979-1981.
4. Cramer, Pearle, 1965.
5. Cramerding, Catharine, 1941-1942.
6. Crawford, Marge & Bob, 1951.
7. Cressy, Earl H., 1952-1955.
8. Cretschmar, Max, 1934.
9. Cromack, Gail, 1965-1969; see also folder in Series 16, Student records/papers.
10. Cromack, Gail, 1971-1978.
11. Cromack, Gail, 1979-1984.
12. Crowley, Daniel J., 1963.
13. Currier, Margaret (Peabody Museum), 1956-1964.
14. Curth, Hermann, 1928.
15. Cushman, Bill & Betty, 1978-1982.
16. Dahlberg, Albert A., 1977-1978.
17. Dale, E., 1947.
18. Dalquen, Paul, 1959-1960.
19. Damaske, Hans, 1920.
20. Damm, Hans (Museum für Völkerkunde Leipzig), 1955-1966.
21. Dana, Malcolm, 1948-1977.
       Dana, Ellis Huntington, 1977.
22. Daniels, Ed, 1972.
23. Dannhauser, Walter, 1944-1952.
24. Davis, Alfred E. (Jack "Rainmaker"), 1964-1984.
25. Davis, Alfred E. Undated and miscellaneous correspondence.
26. Dawson, Fielding (Fee), 1950-1957, 1977-1980; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
27. Day, Marvin, 1954.
28. Deans, William, 1957.
29. DeBord, Samuel, 1957-1962.
30. Deer, Donald S., 1956-1970; see also folder in Series 16, Student records/papers.
31. Deer, Donald S., 1971-1981.
32. Dehn, Toni, 1950-1984.
       Dehn, Max.
33. Delamarre, Mariel Jean Brunhes, 1954-1961.
34. Della Penna, William R., 1955-1960; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
35. Dembowski, Theodor, 1964.
36. De Ridder, Richard, 1980.
37. Desmangles, Leslie G., 1981.
38. Dethorney, Ernesto, 1940.
39. DeWalt, Billie R., 1976-1978.
40. Dewing, Eustice, 1947.
41. Diamond, Stanley, 1960-1977.
42. Dias, António Jorge, 1953.
       Dias, Margot, 1953-1975.
43. Dickson, B.A. (Monk), 1957.
44. Diehl, Peter, 1968.
45. Dienst, Hans, 1928, 1932.
46. DiGrigorio, Rosa, 1980.
47. Dillenberger, John, 1980-1982.
48. Dillon, Wilton S., 1955.
49. Disselhoff, Hans-Dietrich, 1966.
50. Dittmar, Hans, 1927-1932.
51. Dittmar, Henry G. (Heinz), 1949-1987.
52. Dittmar, Julius (Kölnische Zeitung), 1934.
53. Dittmer, Kunz, 1954; photos.
54. Dodd, Senator Thomas J., 1959.
55. Dondorf, Clara, 1942, 1951.
56. Dorson, Richard N., 1968.
57. Dostal, Walter, 1966-1978.
       Dostal, Margarete.
58. Douglas, Elmer H., 1956-1981; photo; see also folder in Series 16, Student records/papers.
59. Duberg, Lillian, 1958-1969.
60. Duberman, Martin, 1975.
61. Duell, Barbara & Susan, 1976-1983.
62. Duncan, S. E. (Livingstone College), 1967.
62. Eberhardt, Hans, 1931.
63. Eckert, Gabriele, 1946.
64. Edel, Abraham, 1953-1954.
65. Edelstein, Segismundo, 1939.
66. Eder, Reverend Matthias, 1956.
67. Edick, Helen M., 1960-1983.
68. Ehrich, Robert W., 1956, 1973.
69. Eickstedt, Egon Freiherr von, 1952.
70. Elkan, Jurgen, 1947-1951.
71. Ellenwood, Lee, 1977-1980.
72. Elste, Lotte, 1941-1984.
73. Eltester, Barbara, 1974-1975.
74. Elwenspoek, Curt, 1927, 1931, 1956-1959.
       Elwenspoek, Gertie, 1960.
75. Elwenspoek, Hans-Joachim (Jochen), 1927-1934, 1958-1960.
76. Elwenspoek, Lotte, 1927.
77. Elwenspoek, William (Willi) W., 1927.
78. Emery, James H. & Gennet, 1962-1980; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
79. Emmerich, Robert, 1928.
80. Emsheimer, Ernst, 1940-1979.
       Emsheimer, Mia.
81. Engel, Harald, 1968-1975.
82. Engelbracht, Abby, 1948-1953.
83. Enking, Ottomar, 1924.
84. Epstein, Klaus, 1961.
85. Epstein, W., 1928.

Box 24
Folder

1. Erdican, Ali, 1975-1981.
2. Erhardt, Marie, 1941.
3. Erixon, Sigurd, 1936-1968.
      Erixon, Edit, 1968-1969.
4. Erlich, Elsie, 1950-1963.
5. Eskeröd, Albert, 1974.
6. Estel, Leo A., 1960.
7. Evans, John, 1952.
8. Ewald, Herbert, 1976-1984.
9. Ewald, Robert H., 1954.
10. Fahy, Julian, 1948-1955.
11. Falk, Ferdi, 1969-1970.
12. Farmer, Malcolm F., 1961.
13. Farrand, Jean T., undated.
14. Fauth, Hermann, 1960.
15. Fechter, Paul, 1931.
16. Feibusch, Hans, 1983.
17. Feilberg, C. G., 1954-1957, 1963.
18. Feisenberger, H. A., 1945.
** Fejos, Paul see Wenner-Gren Foundation
19. Fennelly, Catherine, 1961-1964.
20. Fenton, Alexander (Sandy), 1965-1979.
21. Fenton, William N., 1959.
22. Fiedler, Hermann, 1926.
23. Fiellin, Alan, 1948-1984; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
24. Fink, Otto E., 1982-1984; Leser family photos.
25. Finscher, Helmut, 1921.
26. Finscher-Galati, Stephen (East European Quarterly), undated.
27. Fischer, Hans, 1984.
28. Fishman, Leo, 1949-1956.
      Fishman, Hedy, 1960-1961.
29. Flanders, Ruth, 1956.
30. Fleming, Daniel J., 1954.
31. Flohr, Hermann, 1932.
32. Foelsing, Walter, 1965.
33. Foerster, D. Erich, 1934.
34. Forde, C. Daryll, 1932-1933, 1953, 1961-1963.
35. Forke, A., 1928.
36. Forni, Gaetano, 1961-1981.
37. Foster, George M., 1961.
38. Foy, Willy, 1976.
39. Francis, David L., 1965.
40. François, Michel, 1954.
41. Frank, Ernst, 1946-1951.
42. Frank, Lothar, 1946.
43. Franke, Hermann, 1927-1928.
44. Frankl, Hai & Topsy, 1942-1981.
45. Frantz, Charles, 1969-1976.
46. Fraser, Douglas, 1963, 1968.
47. Freeman, Donald C., 1967-1969.
48. Freeman, Margaret, 1950-1951.
49. Fried, Morton H., 1953, 1962-1963.
50. Friedeberg, Olga, 1971, 1975.
51. Friedenberg, Robert, 1949-1950.
52. Friend, Peggy, 1949-1952.
53. Friesen, Jacob, 1931.
54. Frimmannslund, Rigmor, 1949-1957.
55. Fröhlich, W., 1956-1962.
56. Fronemann, Otto, 1937-1946, 1964, 1982.
57. Fronemann, Wilhelm, 1946.
58. Fuchs, Stephen, 1967.
59. Gadacz, René R., 1981.
60. Gailey, Alan, 1978.
61. Gallagher, Maureen M., 1979.
62. Gallus, Alexander, 1973-1974.
63. Ganslmayr, Herbert, 1980.
64. Garbe, Hermann, 1937.
65. Garber, M. Delott, 1959, 1961.
66. Gavazzi, Milovan, 1957, 1960.
67. Gell, Jonathan, 1969-1970.
68. Gerlach, Edwin, 1934-1937.
69. Gerschenowitz, Ludwig, 1932.
70. Gerstl, S., 1931.
71. Gettemy, James N., 1965-1968, 1977.
72. Geulich, Toni, 1954.
73. Gewecke, Wolfgang, 1966.
74. Gilfillan, S. Colum, 1961.
75. Gillaspie, Leon W., 1963.
76. Gillespie, Merrill, 1953-1982; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
* Gilliland, Diana see Connelly, Diana.
77. Gilliland, William McKinley, 1959-1969; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
       Gilliland, Martha.
78. Gillin, John P., 1955-1961.
79. Giorgio, P. Anthony & Nina, 1981-1984.
80. Gipe, Robert & Gladys, 1954-1967; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
81. Gleason, Henry Allan (Al) Jr., 1956-1982; photos.
82. Glinski, Rudolf von, 1952-1954.
83. Goddard, David, 1965.
84. Goddard, Samuel (Rev.), 1838 (transcripts).
85. Godfrey, William S., Jr., 1959.
86. Goetz, Hans Herbert, 1956-1969.
87. Goetze, Martin, 1959-1960, 1969-1970.
88. Goff, Charles W., 1954-1966.
89. Goff, Charles W. Clippings; photograph.
90. Goldfrank, Walter L., 1979.
91. Goldowski, N., 1955.
92. Gompertz, Richard F., 1945.
93. Good, Edith, 1977-1980.
94. Goodenough, Ward, 1953.
95. Goodman, Paul, 1950-1951.
96. Gordon, Antoinette K., undated.
97. Gottschalk, Helen, 1947-1953.
98. Graberg, Maria-Luise von, 1958-1960.
99. Graetzer, Gert, 1971-1982.
100. Graf, Gisela, 1979.
101. Graff, Otto, 1957-1958.
102. Graham, Frances, 1959-1975.
103. Granlund, John, 1956-1959, 1976.
104. Grau, Eugene E., 1960.
105. Graves, Frances, 1975.
106. Gray, Robert F., 1959.
107. Green, Vera, 1978.
108. Greene, Theodore C., 1961.
109. Grenier, Jean-Pierre, 1969.
110. Grether, Emil, 1930, 1977-1984; photos.
111. Grigolia, Alexander, 1961.
112. Grislis, Lorraine, 1972.
113. Griswold, Helen, 1975-1984.
114. Grob, Fritz, 1949-1956.
115. Gross, Feliks, 1953.
116. Grossart, Fr., 1927.
117. Grünewald, Helmut, 1955.
118. Guenther, Klaus, 1958-1966.
119. Günzberg, Alfred, 1941-1945.
120. Guetermann, Erika M., 1945, undated.
121. Guhr, G., 1961.
122. Guinan, Gerald, 1950.
123. Guldbeck, Per Ernst, 1960-1963.
124. Gunda, Béla, 1963.


Box 25
Folder

1. Gunn, Harold D., 1954-1967.
2. Gunzburg, Paul, 1935, 1937.
3. Gusinde, Martin, 1949-1969.
4. Haas, Timothy, 1978; photo.
5. Haberland, Eike, 1968, 1977.
6. Hadidian, Dikran, 1963-1981.
7. Haekel, Josef, 1955-1972. <
8. Haensel, Carl, 1958-1966.
9. Hafela, Averil, 1968.
10. Hahn, Ida, 1932-1936.
11. Hahn, Ludwig, 1928.
12. Hahn, Th. J., 1937.
13. Haines, Perry Jr., 1957.
14. Hake, Herbert V., 1962.
15. Haller, Walter, 1947-1982; photo.
16. Halpern, Joel, 1976-1980.
17. Ham, Frank, 1950.
18. Hamburger, Michael, 1971.
19. Hamm, David Leopold, 1955, 1960.
20. Hammond, Charles Edward, 1947-1949.
21. Hanf-Dressler, Kurt, 1937, 1941-1958.
22. Hanf-Dressler, Kurt, 1959-1971.
23. Hanf-Dressler, Volker, 1965.
24. Hanf-Dressler, Waltrud (Tulla), 1965-1978.
25. Hanish, Michael, 1976.
26. Hanselmann, Johannes, 1956.
27. Hanson, George, 1949-1978.
28. Harberts, Julie (Hilger), 1952-1954.
29. Harder, Robert, 1946.
30. Harding, Vincent, 1969.
31. Hardy, J. Garrick, 1967.
32. Harney, Nancy, 1981, undated.
33. Harris, Ernest, 1962.
34. Harris, Mary Emma, 1976.
35. Hartmann, Paul, 1927.
36. Hasselbach, Margarete, 1978-1980.
37. Hauck, Allan, 1969.
38. Haudricourt, René, 1955.
39. Hawes, Edward L., 1969.
40. Hawks, James, 1948.
41. Hebel, Robert, 1969, 1975-1978.
42. Hedden, Mark, 1952-1968; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
43. Heede, Ivar, 1966.
44. Heggöy, Alf Andrew, 1962-1971.
45. Heim, Charles K., 1962-1964.
46. Heimann, Judith, 1964.
47. Heimeran, Ernst (Verlag), 1953.
48. Heine-Geldern, Robert (East Indies Institute of America), 1931-1965.
49. Heinemann, Gustav, undated.
50. Heinicke, Dieter, 1979.
51. Heinrich, Gerd, 1980.
52. Helbig, Alfred, 1981; photo.
53. Heller, Joan, 1952.
54. Helwig, Werner, 1952-1974.
55. Hendon, Rufus S., 1962-1966.
56. Hendriks, Walther, 1964.
57. Hennely, Della, 1977.
58. Henninger, P. Joseph (Anthropos Institut), 1963-1980; see additional correspondence in Fritz Graebner Series (Box 54).
59. Herculano De Carvalho, José Goncalo C., 1955.
60. Herdman, Donald, 1961.
61. Hergenröther, Kunigunde, 1934.
62. Herlehy, Thomas J., 1978-1979.
63. Herman, Lawrence, 1949-1963, 1974.
64. Herold, Reinhard, 1960.
65. Herrick, Earl M., 1973.
66. Herskovits, Melville J., 1955-1957, 1963.
67. Hertle, Rudolf, 1966.
68. Hertz, Rudolf, 1921, 1936-1938, 1952.
69. Herzberg, Irene & Ernest, 1957-1978.
70. Herzfelde, Wieland, 1974-1975.
71. Herzog, Rolf, 1956-1984.
72. Hess, Robert A., 1975.
73. Heun, Eugen, 1958-1971.
74. Heun, Friedrich (Friedel), 1947-1952; photos.
75. Heydrich, Jürgen, 1958.
76. Heydrich, Martin, 1932-1969.
77. Heydrich, Ursula, 1964.
78. Heyl, Maximilian Freiherr von, 1951-1952.
79. Hibbert, Dorothy, 1953.
80. Higdon, Idella W., 1963.
81. Higgs, John W. Y., 1956.
82. Hilger, Eduard, 1946-1966.
83. Hilger, Sister M. Inez, 1961.
84. Hilgers, Maria, 1964.
85. Hirschfeld, Walter, 1965.
86. Hissink, Karin Hahn, 1967.
87. Hjörker, Paul Oskar, 1937.
88. Hobley, June, 1962.
89. Hodges, Ruth Hall, 1953-1954.
90. Höchberg, Alexander, 1948-1952.
91. Höchst, Gyorgy, 1934.
92. Höltker, Georg; death notice 1976.
93. Hoffmann, Margaret H., 1960-1980; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
94. Hoffmann, Max, 1928-1934.
95. Hoffmann, Max, 1948-1984.
      Hoffmann, Hildegard.
96. Hofmann, Else (Ilse) & Paul, 1946-1968.
97. Hohenwart, Stury, 1983.
98. Hohenwart-Gerlachstein, Anna, 1980.
99. Hohlfeld, Emma, 1973-1984.
100. Hohlfeld, J. Maurice, 1953-1973.
101. Hojme, Nils, 1936.
102. Hollister, Frederick J., 1963.
103. Homann, Else, 1934-1941, 1958-1964; photos.
104. Homann, Else, 1965-1975; photos.
105. Homann, Else, 1976-1984; photo.

Box 26
Folder

1. Hommel, Rudolph P. (about), 1960-1964.
2. Honigmann, John J., 1961, 1971.
3. Honigsheim, Paul, 1948-1963; death notice.
4. Horn, Milton & Estelle, 1950-1969.
5. Hornák, Michal, 1971.
6. Hornbostel, E. M. von, 1928.
7. Horovitz, Samuel B. & Evelyn, 1950-1982.
8. Horwitz, Hugo Th., 1934.
9. Hourmusiades, Kriton, 1953-1955.
10. Huber, Annita K., 1978-1980.
11. Hubert, Mrs. Dean, 1948.
12. Hughes, Thomas P., 1961.
13. Hung, Frederick, 1955-1956.
14. Hungiville, Maurice, 1973.
15. Hunt, Elgin F., 1961.
16. Hyde, H.E., 1949.
17. Hymes, Dell H., 1959-1960.
18. Ilgner, Elsie Ehrlich, 1963.
19. Imhof, Manfred, 1979-1981.
20. Impekoven, Niddy, 1916.
21. Inderstradt, William L., 1974.
22. Isaac, Erich, 1963-1965.
23. Ishida, Eiichiro, 1965.
24. Italiaander, Rolf, 1961-1962, 1967.
25. Izikowitz, Karl Gustav, 1941.
26. Jackson, Elizabeth, 1949-1954.
27. Jackson, Norman W., 1953.
28. Jackson, Tommy, 1951-1952.
29. Jacob, Georg, 1931.
30. Jacobeit, Wolfgang, 1956-1965.
31. Jäckel, Erich, 1945.
32. Jaeger, Dietrich, 1945-1948.
      Jaeger, Else Pflanz, 1942-1948.
33. Jahn, Wilhelm (Willy), 1954-1963.
34. Jalowetz, J., 1952.
35. Janisch, Nora (Wentscher), 1965-1980; photo.
36. Jankuhn, H., 1961, 1963.
37. Janssen, Helmut, 1920.
38. Jansson, Sam Owen, 1945-1982.
39. Jaspan, M. A.; 1965.
40. Jassoy, Carl, 1957-1974; photo.
41. Jensen, Adolf E., 1945 (transcript), 1961, 1964.
42. Jerábek, Richard, 1969.
43. Jerome, Alfred C., 1947-1952.
44. Jirlow, Ragnar, 1931-1963.
45. Jockheck, Lillian, 1962.
46. Johanson, Donald Carl, 1961-1969; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
47. Johanson, Donald Carl, 1970-1979.
48. Johanson, Donald Carl, 1980-1984.
49. Johanson, Donald Carl; photographs.
50. Johanson, E. Jerome, 1951.
51. Johanson, L. L., 1952.
52. Johannsen, Uwe, 1963.
53. Johnson, Alvin, 1942, 1951, 1955.
      Deyrup, Felicia J., 1971.
54. Johnson, Bill & Kris, 1964.
55. Johnson, Hugh & Kathy, 1962-1963.
56. Johnston, Paul, 1975, 1982.
57. Johnston, Robert M., 1972-1982.
58. Jokipii, Mauno, 1966.
59. Jolas, Ernest (Jocko) & Paula, 1953-1984.
60. Jordan, Richard, 1950-1955.
61. Joseph, Willie & Wilma, 1952.
62. Joutz, Heinz, 1946-1951.
63. Jungst, Heinrich, 1936, 1946.
64. Justin, Julius, 1932, 1937.
65. Kaetzel, Samuel, 1953.
66. Kahn, Frederick L., 1973.
67. Kaiser, A., 1931-1932.
68. Kaiser, Wolf / Oelbermann, Robert. 41-page letter from Leser to Kaiser and Oelbermann, dated July 9, 1933.
69. Kaiser, Wolf, 1927-1945; photos.
70. Kaiser, Wolf, 1946-1965; photos.
71. Kaiser, Wolf, 1968-1976.
72. Kaiser, Wolf, 1977-1978; photos.
73. Kaiser, Wolf, 1979-1980; photos.
      Kaiser, Friedel, 1980-1983.
74. Kali, Bhaskar; notes.
75. Kallen, Horace M., 1959.
76. Kaplan, Bernice A., 1965.
77. Karner, Ingrid, 1972.
78. Kasambala, Hannah Rossie, 1960-1964.
79. Kaspar, Paul, 1963-1964.
80. Kasparer, Max Udo, 1961.
81. Katz, Grete, 1966.
82. Katz (?), Rudolf, 1931.
83. Kauffman, Alvin, 1949-1959.
84. Kauffmann, Hans E., 1956-1983.
85. Kaufman, Felix, 1945, 1949.
86. Kaufman, Herbert, 1961-1964; clipping.
87. Keefer, C. Murray, 1953.
88. Kegel, Wilhelm, 1954-1956.
89. Keiter, Friedrich, 1960-1965.
90. Kellar, Herbert A., 1954.
91. Kelly, C. Guyer, 1953.
92. Kelso, Jack, 1960-1962.
93. Kempers, A. J. Bernet, 1970.
94. Kempner, Robert M. W., 1973.
95. Kendall, Douglas, 1947-1948.
96. Kendall, Edward C., 1954-1963.
97. Kerri, James Nwannukwu, 1974.
98. Kettler, Wilhelm, 1936.
99. Khare, Ravindra S. (Commission on the Anthropology of Food and Food Problems), undated.
100. Khera, Sigrid, 1974-1975.
101. Kideckel, David, 1983.
102. Kijne, J. J., 1974.


Box 27
Folder

1. Kindt, Werner, 1971-1975.
2. King, Mary Elizabeth, 1964.
3. Kingori, Peter, 1957-1964.
4. Kisselbach, Theodor, 1961.
5. Klein, Walther, 1926.
6. Klemm, Friedrich (Bibich), 1932-1934.
7. Klemm, Friedrich (Bibich), 1948-1957; photos.
8. Klemm, Friedrich (Bibich), 1958-1961.
9. Klemm, Friedrich (Bibich), 1962-1967.
10. Klemm, Friedrich (Bibich), 1968-1974.
11. Klemm, Friedrich (Bibich), 1975-1977; photos.
12. Klemm, Friedrich (Bibich), 1978-1983; photo.
13. Klemm, Hans, 1921, 1931-1932, 1940.
14. Kline, Stephen J., 1945.
15. Kluckhohn, Clyde, 1956.
16. Knapper, Jan, 1960.
17. Knitsch, Gundel, 1978; clippings.
18. Knolle, Martin, 1964.
19. Knoob, Stefan, 1984, undated; photos.
20. Knoob, Willi J. (Knöppchen), 1938-1947; photos.
21. Knoob, Willi J., 1948-1954; photos.
22. Knoob, Willi J., 1955-1959.
23. Knoob, Willi J., 1960-1964.
24. Knoob, Willi J., 1965-1984; death notice.
      Knoob, Ute.
25. Knopik, Gisbert, 1979-1981.
26. Koch, Elisabeth, 1946.
27. Koch, Walter, 1949-1963.
28. Koebner, Ludwig, 1947-1953; photos.
29. Koehn, Henry, 1936.
30. Koekkoek, Byron, 1949-1953.
31. Koenig, Herbert, 1934, 1946.
32. Koenig, Karl, 1962-1980.
33. Kohl, Josef (Jupp; Verlagsbuchhandlung), 1932-1946.
34. Kolb, Walter, 1948; clipping.
35. Kolsrud, Knut, 1967.
36. Konen, Prof., 1925.
37. Koppers, Wilhelm, 1924-1926.
38. Koppers, Wilhelm, 1927-1929.
39. Koppers, Wilhelm, 1932-1962.
40. Korlath, Paul P. de, 1974-1975.
41. Korn, Salomon, 1974.
42. Kossakowski, Ludwig C., 1946.
43. Kostlin, Konrad, 1984.
44. Kothe, Heinz, 1953-1962, 1976.
45. Kovács, László K., 1956-1957.
46. Krader, Lawrence & Ruth, 1947-1962.
47. Kraemer, Karl, 1928.
48. Kraft, Charles, 1957-1962; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
49. Kraft, Daniel, 1953.
50. Kramer, Fritz L., 1957-1967.
51. Kranzberg, Melvin (Society for the History of Technology; Technology and       Culture), 1958-1962.
52. Kranzberg, Melvin, 1963-1978.
53. Krause, Friedrich (Fritz), 1920.
      Krause, Frau, 1944.
54. Krebs, Ludwig, 1931-1932.
55. Krogman, Wilton Marion, 1956.
56. Krüger, Fritz, 1931-1933.
57. Kühn, Hans, 1946, 1981-1983.
58. Küpferle, L., 1933.
59. Kürten, Emma, 1927.
60. Kulenkampff-Schenck, Elsbet, undated.
61. Kullberg, Claire von, 1965.
62. Kunz, K., 1932.
63. Kuznets, Simon, 1953.
64. Kwak, Konyong J., 1983, undated.
65. La Barre, Weston, 1956.
66. La Baume, Wolfgang, 1932, 1955-1958.
67. La Brune, Erica, 1950.
68. Lagercrantz, Sture, 1935-1948.
69. Lajti, E., 1967.
70. Lamb, Karl (Has), 1979-1984; photos.
71. Lampel, P. M., 1949.
72. Lanckoronska, Maria Gräfin, 1938-1978.
73. Landgrebe, Hermann, 1971-1981.
74. Landsberg, Paul, 1921.
75. Lane, Robert C. & Janet, 1968-1979.
76. Lang, Paula, 1979-1984.
77. Langer, William L., 1960.
78. Laporte, Paul M., 1949-1959.
79. Lasker, Gabriel W., 1955, 1962.
80. Laue, Karlheinz, 1964, 1966.
81. Lauritsen, John, 1975.
82. Lauterbach, Heide, 1973-1983.

Box 28
Folder

1. Law, Howard, 1966, undated.
2. Lazare, Heinz, 1938-1939.
3. Le Bar, Frank M., 1957-1963.
4. Le Carrer, Leone, 1945.
5. Lee, Frank F., 1965.
6. Lee, John Youn, 1951.
7. Leeds, Anthony, 1961-1962.
8. Leenhardt, R. H., 1953.
9. Leeser, Otto, 1933.
10. Lehmann, Dorothea, 1965-1966.
11. Lehmann, Johannes, 1946-1950.
12. Lehmann, Johannes, 1951-1957.
13. Lehmann, Marianne, 1958-1984; photos.
14. Lehmann-Remy, Karola, 1945.
15. Lehne, Fritz, 1927.
16. Leighly, John, 1949-1954.
17. Lengbach, Minnie, 1958-1959.
18. Leontif, Erwin, 1928.
19. Lepehne, George M., 1958-1964.
20. Lerche, Grith, 1967-1972.
21. Lerche, Grith, 1974-1984.
22. Lessa, William A., 1952-1954.
23. Lesser, Alexander, 1961-1962.
24. LeVesconte, Shirley Woodrick, 1949-1950.
25. Levi, Arthur, 1983-1984.
26. Levi, Dr., 1947.
27. Levi, Paul S., 1966.
28. Lewin-Dorsch, Eugen, 1937-1940; photo; transcripts.
29. Lewy, Willy, 1942-1954.
      Lewy, Erna, 1954-1974.
30. Lichnowsky, L. Gräfin, 1954.
31. Liefmann, Maria, 1946.
32. Lilienthal, Robinson, 1971-1984; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
33. Lindblom, Gerhard, 1936-1965.
34. Lindemann, Hermann, 1946.
35. Lindfors, Bernth, 1969.
36. Lindig, Wolfgang H., 1961-1964.
37. Lingis, Juozas, 1951-1953.
38. Linton, Ralph, 1953.
39. Lipstein, Hilda, 1941.
40. List, Friedrich, 1931-1932.
41. Lobigs, Peter (Pim), 1959.
42. Loeffler, Lorenz G., 1961.
43. Löwe, P., 1928-1929.
44. Loggie, Robert D., 1974-1979; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
45. Lohmann, Richard (Lo), 1928, 1941, 1945-1959.
46. Lohmann, Richard (Lo), 1960-1984.
47. Lohß, Max, 1954-1970; photos.
48. Lorden, John A., 1946.
49. Lorenz, Kurt, 1976-1984.
50. Losic, F. E., 1929.
51. Lossen, Wolf, 1972.
52. Lossky, Andrew, 1945-1956.
53. Lowell, Ralph D., 1952.
54. Lowenthal, Leo, 1950.
55. Lowie, Robert H., 1951-1953.
56. Loy, Pamela, undated.
57. Lozar, Raymond (Rajke), 1954-1955.
58. Lucas, Jack A., 1966-1983.
59. Luckmann, Thomas, 1965.
60. Lühning, Arnold, 1956-1979.
61. Lütge, F., 1961.
62. Lundberg, Ronald, 1950.
63. Lundman, Bertil, 1959-1964.
64. Luth, Dietrich, 1967-1969.
65. Luzbetak, Louis, 1963, 1978.
66. Lynch, Frank, 1958.
67. Lynn, Paul Ross, 1959, 1963-1964.
68. Lyons, David, 1965-1966.
69. Mabee, Carleton & Norma, 1949-1980.
70. MacGregor, Malcolm E., 1951.
71. Mach, Rudolf, 1956-1957.
72. MacHenry, Truman, 1950-1954.
73. Madalakis, Nadia, 1955.
74. Maday, Bela C., 1967-1969, 1979.
75. Mainzer, Fritz, 1920.
76. Manhard, Franzi, 1938-1941.
77. Manninen, J., undated.
78. Manowitz, Rosalyn, 1979.
79. Marks, M., 1923, 1926.
80. Martin, Ludwig, 1934.
81. Marx, Antonio von, 1969.
82. Masters, William, 1961-1966.
83. Mathias, James F., 1954.
84. Mayer, Alfred, 1945.
85. Mayer, Carl, 1945.
86. Mayer, Elisabeth, 1939-1968.
87. Mayer, Herbert, 1954-1979.
88. Mayer, Howard Andrew, 1973.
89. Mbatha, Mphiwa Buxton, 1962-1980; photos.
90. McAllester, David P., 1953-1983.
91. McAllester, Robert, 1951.
92. McArthur, Harvey K., 1953-1983.
93. McCarthy, E. Mae, 1971-1983 (cards).
94. McClosky, Jessica, 1983-1984.
95. McCullough, Joseph B., 1974.
96. McDonough, Bill, 1973.
97. McDowell, Henry & Ruth, 1969-1970.
98. McElroy, Robert T., 1960.
99. McInnis, Raymond G., 1971.
100. McLean, David A., 1961.
101. Mead, Margaret, 1952, 1954.
102. Meertens, P. J., 1967.
103. Meier, Henry, 1945.
104. Mertens, Peter P., 1947.
105. Merton, Robert, 1961.
106. Mertz, Rudolf, 1952.
107. Metzler, Albert von, 1982-1983.
108. Meunier, Frank Jr., 1976-1977.
109. Meusel, Harry, 1953.
110. Meyer, Franz, 1941-1954.
111. Meyer, Gerald, 1945-1947, 1963.
112. Meyers, Allan, 1969.


Box 29
Folder

1. Meyers, Käthe, 1971.
2. Meyerson, ?ke, 1938-1963.
3. Michael, James J., 1957.
4. Michail, Ronald, 1966.
5. Michelsen, Peter, 1954-1963.
6. Miedl, Josef, 1946.
7. Miles, John & Sara, 1967-1974.
8. Miles, Lyn, 1967.
9. Milke, Wilhelm, 1956.
10. Miller, Donald G., 1967.
11. Miller, Elmer S., 1958-1981; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
12. Miller, Margaret D. (Jim), 1954-1970; see also file in Series 16, Student       records/papers.
13. Miller, Margaret E., 1955-1966; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
14. Miller, Payson, 1953.
15. Miller, Robert I., 1960.
16. Miller, Roy Andrew, 1967.
17. Miroglio, Abel, 1960-1961.
18. Misra, Bhabagrahi, 1969, 1973.
19. Moasosang, Pongener, 1961-1966; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
20. Mobley, Harris, 1963-1975; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
21. Möhren, Toni, 1964.
22. Moeller, Heinrich (Heino), 1934-1984.
23. Moeller, Helmut, 1958-1965.
24. Moffatt, E. Michael, 1965-1966.
25. Mogeen, Ella, 1948.
26. Mohri, Karl, 1934.
27. Monsma, Tim, 1979.
28. Moon, William (Bill), 1952-1959; see also file in Series 16, Student records/files.
29. Moor, Arthur Prichard, 1950-1951.
30. Moore, Frank L., 1951.
31. Moore, LeRoy, 1970-1973.
32. Moorrees, C. F. A., 1953.
33. Morgalla, Michael M., 1967-1968.
34. Morris, Madeline A., undated.
35. Morris, Richard K. (Dick), 1955-1984.
36. Morton, Alasdair, 1960-1963.
37. Moser, Rupert, 1981.
38. Moskopp, Josef, 1947.
39. Mostny, Greta, 1961-1962.
40. Mount, Marshall, 1961.
41. Mühlmann, W. E., 1963, 1965.
42. Mueller, Elisabeth (Liesel), 1945-1981.
43. Müller, Emil, 1931.
44. Müller, Hermann, 1951-1984; photos.
45. Münster, Joachim, 1982.
      Münster, Sophie, undated.
46. Mullen, Mareen, 1979.
47. Mumba, Zirole, 1958-1959.
48. Murdoch, George P., 1961-1962.
49. Musoke, Michael K., 1974.
50. Nabholz-Kartaschoff, Marie-Luise, 1974.
51. Nadal, Thomas, 1948-1952.
52. Nadel, Stanley, 1980.
53. Nagle, Louise H., 1956-1963.
54. Narbeth, Gwendolyn, 1952.
55. Narr, Karl J., 1960-1966.
56. Nash, Dennison, 1961-1980.
57. Nauke, 1928, 1984.
58. Ndamse, Curnick M. C., 1958-1969.
59. Neisser, Hans, 1956.
60. Nellemann, George, 1963-1966.
61. Nessel, Ferdinand, 1932.
62. Nettelblatt, S., 1949.
63. Neugass, Dorothy (Petey), 1949-1952.
64. Neumann, Annemarie, 1971-1983.
65. Neumann, Elisabeth, 1964-1973.
66. Neumann, Gert, 1946.
67. Nichols, Ida Gray, undated.
68. Nida, Eugene A. (American Bible Society), 1954-1966, 1974-1975.
69. Nida, Frau von, 1947.
70. Nielsen, A. W., 1973.
71. Niemeyer, Gerda, 1964.
72. Niethammer, Emil, 1952.
73 Niggemann, Hermann, 1954-1957.
74. Nitzsche, L. C. H., 1959-1960.
75. Nölting, Lilli, 1928.
76. Noether, Gottfried E., 1966.
77. Nordenstreng, Rolf, 1937.
78. Norton, Eva Joan, 1945.
79. Nose, Beverly, 1949-1955.
80. Noss, Philip, 1968.
81. Notopoulos, James A., 1954-1960.
82. Nottelmann, Willy, 1928.
83. Nurge, Ethel, 1965-1966.
84. Nyce, Raymond, 1957-1970; see also files in Series 16, Student records/papers.
85. Oats, Andrew, 1960-1961.
86. O’Danachair, Caoimhín, 1978-1980.
87. Oelbermann, Bernhard (Bernd), 1928-1935, 1957-1959.
88. Oelbermann, Karl, 1920-1960.
89. Oelbermann, Karl, 1961-1979.
90. Oelbermann, Robert, 1920-1934.
91. Oehler, Guido, 1958-1960.
92. Oettinger-Niebuhr, Carl, 1969.
93. Ogden, Charles J., 1947.
94. Olderogge, D. A., 1956.
95. Oliver, Charles, 1978, undated.
96. Olmes, Jürgen, 1934.
97. Olsen, Borggaard, 1937.
98. Olson, Charles, 1954-1955, 1965.
99. Oppenheim, Adolf Leo, 1975; death notice.
100. Oppenheimer, Albert, 1927-1928.
101. Oppenheimer, Flora, 1937-1939.
       Liebrecht, Walter.
102. Oppenheimer, Joel, 1953-1978.
103. Oppenheimer, Oskar (Oscar), 1921, 1932, 1975-1982.
       Oppenheimer, Katharine.
104. Osborne, Richard H., 1967.
105. Oster, Otto, 1940-1941.
106. Otto, Eduard, 1928.
107. Otto, Romano, 1958-1967.
108. Otto, Uli, 1982.
109. Parain, Charles, 1961.
110. Parker, George Gordon, 1952-1955.
111. Parker, Leona, 1955-1959.
112. Parker, Scott, 1980-1981.
113. Parkinson, Barbara, 1949-1952.
114. Parsons, John T. (Jack) & Lou Ann, 1954-1963.


Box 30
Folder

1. Parsons, Richard, 1951-1962.
2. Parsons, Robert T., 1952-1980.
3. Patai, Raphael, 1955-1979.
4. Paul, Bushala, 1958.
5. Paul, J. Irven, 1957-1981.
6. Paul, Robert S., 1978.
7. Paul, Sister J. Marita, 1972-1983.
8. Pauli, Hanna (Hannako; geb. Koch), 1927-1928.
9. Pauli, Hanna, 1932-1933.
10. Pauli, Hanna, 1936-1937.
11. Pauli, Hanna, 1940-1942.
12. Pauli, Hanna, 1946.
13. Pauli, Hanna, Jan. – June 1947; photos.
14. Pauli, Hanna, July – Dec. 1947; photos.
15. Pauli, Hanna, Jan. – July 1948; photos.
16. Pauli, Hanna, Aug. – Dec. 1948; photos.
17. Pauli, Hanna, 1949; photos.
18. Pauli, Hanna, 1950.
19. Pauli, Hanna, 1951.
20. Pauli, Hanna, 1952.
21. Pauli, Hanna, 1953; photos.
22. Pauli, Hanna, 1954.
23. Pauli, Hanna, 1955.
24. Pauli, Hanna, 1956; photos.
25. Pauli, Hanna, 1957.
26. Pauli, Hermann, 1937-1956.
27. Pauli, Hermann, 1957-1958.
28. Pauli, Hermann, 1959-1960.
29. Pauli, Hermann, 1961-1962.
30. Pauli, Hermann, 1963-1966.
31. Pauli, Peter; early writings.
32. Pauli, Peter, 1947-1956; photos.
33. Pauli, Peter, 1957-1958.
34. Pauli, Peter, 1959.
35. Pauli, Peter, 1960-1961; photos.
36. Pauli, Peter, 1962-1964; photos.
37. Pauli, Peter, 1965-1967; photos.
38. Pauli, Peter, 1968-1973; photos.
39. Pauli, Peter, 1974-1978; photos.
40. Pauli, Peter & Sheila, 1979-1984; photos.
41. Payne, Francis G., 1954-1955.
42. Peat, Carrie, 1954.
43. Peck, H[orace] Dudley, 1950-1970; photo; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
44. Peters, Lotte R., 1964-1981.
45. Peters, Till J. N., 1973-1983.


Box 31
Folder

1. Petri, Helmut, 1958-1961.
2. Pettit, Mary Lou, 1953-1960.
3. Peuckert, Will-Erich, 1958.
4. Pfannenstiel, Dora, 1953.
5. Pflanz, Kurt R., 1941-1963.
6. Pfleger, Wilhelm & Caroline, 1931-1962.
7. Philpot, William M., 1953-1962.
8. Piché, Ronald J., 1949-1954.
9. Pineau, Roger (Dept. of State), 1963.
10. Pitt, Malcolm, 1953, 1957.
11. Pittioni, R. (Univ. Wien), 1961.
12. Pittman, Dean, 1955.
13. Plant, Richard, 1976-1977.
14. Plenge, Johann, 1931.
15. Plessner, W., 1936.
16. Plischke, Hans, 1961-1962.
17. Podolák, Jan, 1966-1971.
18. Pohl, Robin, 1975.
19. Pollitzer, William S., 1980.
20. Pollock, J. W., 1960.
21. Popp, Hans & Nellie, 1982-1983.
22. Popp, Maria, 1964-1967.
23. Poppelreuter, Hans, 1981-1983; photos.
24. Porter, Frank W. III, 1981.
25. Postenezy, Hildegard, 1956-1957.
26. Power, Rose, 1979, 1982.
27. Präwer, Wolfgang, 1983.
28. Prahl, T., 1959.
29. Prentiss, Anne, 1955.
30. Priest, John F., 1963-1967.
31. Pringle, Lois & Jim, 1981-1982.
32. Prinz-Wechner, Josef, 1931-1932.
33. Pustilnik, Irmelin (Rena Lederfine), 1948-1980.
34. Pustilnik, Walter, 1979-1981.
35. Quelle, O., 1936, 1939.
36. Quiring, Wilmer A., 1953.
37. Rademeyer, Rowland T., 1941, 1950.
38. Raffalovich, Ada, 1951-1957.
39. Raglan, Lord, 1963.
40. Rahbar, Daud, 1961-1962.
41. Rahmann, P. Rudolf, 1955-1963.
42. Rainey, Froelich, 1955-1956.
43. Ramsey, John, 1953-1957.
44. Ramsey, Robert G., 1948-1950.
45. Ranberg, Johan, 1955.
46. Rapp, E. L., 1952.
47. Rasmussen, Holger, 1956, 1966.
48. Rauber, Ulrich, 1960-1972.
49. Raudnitz, Max, 1946.
50. Ray, H. J. (Bud), 1952.
51. Redfield, Robert, 1954.
52. Reed, Arthur L., 1963.
53. Reggio, L. Erdna, 1945-1962.
54. Reid, Gene (Cyclone), 1951-1952.
55. Reid, J. Jefferson, 1981.
56. Reif, Franz, 1945.
57. Reif, Paul, 1948-1978.
58. Reinemann, John Otto, 1972.
59. Reining, Conrad (American Anthropological Association), 1949-1976.
60. Reithmeier (Schäfer), Margot, 1944-1953.
61. Reitzenstein, Joseph (Baron), 1937.
62. Renner, Natasha, 1959.
63. Reuss, Irmelin, 1963, 1965.
64. Reuter, Alfred, 1928.
65. Reyburn, William D., 1961.
66. Reynolds, Douglas L., 1964.
67. Reynolds, Hubert & Harriet, 1952-1955; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
68. Reynolds, Hubert & Harriet, 1956.
69. Reynolds, Hubert & Harriet, 1957-1958.
70. Reynolds, Hubert & Harriet, 1959-1962.
71. Reynolds, Hubert & Harriet, 1963-1964.
72. Reynolds, Hubert & Harriet, 1965-1982.
73. Rheinwald, H., 1961.
74. Rhoades, Earl J., 1972.
75. Rice, Heinz, 1945.
76. Rice, Nell, 1951-1957.
77. Richards, James A., 1949-1967.
78. Richards, M. C. [Mary Caroline], 1951-1979.
79. Richey, Foy, 1967.
80. Richmond, Bunnie, 1952.
81. Ricken, Richard, 1978-1984; photos.
82. Riediger, Horst Günter, 1960.
83. Riedl, Norbert F., 1970-1976.
84. Ries, Ferdinand (Nandl), 1947, 1965-1974; death notice.
85. Riesman, David, 1959.
86. Riggan, George & Merle, 1965, 1977-1983.
87. Riggs, David, 1951.
88. Rikoff, Ketty Sara, 1941.
89. Ring, Reinhard, 1973; death notice.
90. Ritgen, Albert, 1956, 1958.
91. Ritter (Rosenfelder), Carl, 1947-1961.
92. Ritter, George J. & Patricia, 1956-1966.
93. Roberts, Warren, 1968.
94. Robinson, Henry Burnett, 1966-1970; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
95. Robinson, Mary Sue, 1956-1957.
96. Robinson, William, 1948-1957; photos.
97. Roco, Herbert, 1950-1967.
98. Roedel, Heino, 1960-1961.
99. Röhrich, Lutz, 1982.
100. Römer, Herbert, 1982.
101. Rogers, David E., 1974.
102. Rohan-Csermak, Géza de, 1966-1974.
103. Ropeid, Andreas, 1977.
104. Rosanes, Leo & Ilse, 1947-1974.
105. Rose, Edward L., 1932.
106. Rosengren, Maja-Lisa, 1941, 1946.
107. Rosenthal, Jo Anne, 1962.
108. Rosenwald, Kurt, 1973-1974.
109. Rotenberg, Robert, 1970.
110. Roth, Lydia P., 1937.
111. Rothschild, Felix & Lily, 1942, 1945-1954.
112. Rothschild, Felix & Lily, 1955-1962.
113. Rothschild, Nora, 1962-1984.

Box 32
Folder

1. Rouse, Irving, 1947-1948.
2. Rowan, Col., 1947.
3. Rubel, Arthur J., 1948-1979.
4. Rudd, James, 1945.
5. Rudwick, Elliott, 1969.
6. Rumpelt, Hilde & Karl, 1945, 1978; death notice.
7. Rupp-Eisenreich, Britta, 1979.
8. Rustin, Bayard (The Fellowship of Reconciliation), 1952-1979.
9. Šach, František, 1955-1964.
10. Salinger, Herman, 1945-1964.
11. Salomon, Robert, 1975.
12. Salz, Beate, 1950.
13. Samarin, William, 1965-1974.
14. Sampson, Akko, 1973.
15. Sanders, Ralph, 1961-1962.
16. Sandklef, Albert, 1936, 1961.
17. Sandred, Karl Inge, 1967-1968.
18. Sanna, Salvatore A., 1974.
19. Sawatzki, Olga, 1947, 1967.
20. Schaad, Loyd & Margaret, 1952.
21. Schäfer, Friedrich L., 1955-1956; death notice.
      Schäfer, Hermann, 1956.
22. Schaller, Rolf, 1952-1953.
23. Schapera, I., 1953.
24. Schatzki, Walter, undated.
25. Schaus, Agnes, 1948-1968; photos.
26. Schauss, W., 1928.
27. Schebesta, P. Paul, 1966.
28. Scheffel, Richard, 1946.
29. Schenk, Paul J. & Shirley LeVesconte, 1967.
30. Scherman, Lucien, 1942-1946; photo.
31. Scherman, Richard & Olga, 1944-1958.
      Scherman, Rolf.
32. Scherneck, Georg, 1947-1954.
33. Scheuner, Horst Dieter, 1932.
34. Schleiffer, Hedwig, 1958.
35. Schlesier, Karl H., 1966.
36. Schlösser, Manfred, 1974.
37. Schmidt, Edda, 1946.
38. Schmidt, Gertrud, 1962.
39. Schmidt, Hans, 1931.
40. Schmidt, Heini, 1923.
41. Schmidt, Leopold, 1955-1963.
42. Schmidt, Margarete, 1928.
43. Schmidt, P. Wilhelm, 1922, 1938, 1952-1954.
44. Schmiede, Hans, 1920-1921, 1928.
45. Schmitz, Carl August, 1955-1966; photo.
46. Schmitz, Hans, 1927-1928.
47. Schmoker, J. Benjamin, 1953.
48. Schneider, Albrecht, 1979.
49. Schneider, Gilbert D., 1956-1967; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
50. Schoeps, Hans Joachim, 1945, 1957, 1962.
51. Scholte, Robert, 1970-1979.
52. Scholz, Friedhelm, 1961.
53. Schott, Margarethe, 1931.
54. Schott, Rüdiger, 1965-1966, 1978.
55. Schubarth, Gertrud, 1934.
56. Schubert, F., 1962; photos.
57. Schuchhardt, C., 1927.
58. Schulhofer, Edith, 1942.
59. Schulz, F. M. (F.M.), 1974-1984.
60. Schulze, Hermann, 1979-1980.
61. Schuman, E. L., 1955, 1957.
62. Schuster, Carl, 1955-1963.
63. Schwab, William, 1953.
64. Schwind, Johannes, 1981.
65. Seaford, H. Wade Jr., 1963.
66. Seagar, Robert, 1961.
67. Seale, Morris S., 1969.
68. Sebeok, Thomas A., 1956.
69. Seidel, Heinz-Peter, 1983.
70. Seigel, Sylvia, 1949.
71. Sell, Wilhelm, 1952.
72. Selleck, George, undated.
73. Sellin, Gustav, 1921, 1934.
74. Selmer, Ernst W., 1937.
75. Seltzer, Carl C., 1951.
76. Senn, Alfred, 1959.
77. Sevenich, Maria, 1932, 1946; clippings.
78. Shaffer, E. N., 1973-1976.
79. Sheline, Yvonne & Raymond K., 1973-1984.
80. Shepard, Flola, 1948-1959; photos.
81. Shepard, Flola, 1960-1976; photos.
82. Shepard, Flola; memorial service, 1977-1979.
83. Sheppard, E. L., 1955-1956.
84. Shoben, Edward Joseph, 1959.
      Kuethe, James L.
85. Sieber, Sylvester A., 1950-1962.
86. Sigg, Bishop Ferdinand, 1958, 1964-1965.
87. Silloway, Janet, 1976-1984.
88. Šimleša, Petar, undated.
89. Simmons, Donald C., 1959-1960.
90. Simon, Hans O., 1958-1961.
91. Simon, Richard O., 1961-1964.
92. Simoons, Frederick J., 1959-1961.
93. Simpson, Frank T., 1953, 1956.
94. Singer, Henry A., 1945-1946, 1961-1963.
95. Sizer, Ted, 1949-1951.
96. Skasa-Weiß, Eugen, 1970.
97. Sliman, Brigitte Ben, 1974.
98. Smalley, William A. (Nida-Festschrift), 1960, 1972-1973.
99. Smallwood, Ann, 1973-1978.
100. Smith, E. Hoyt & Edna, 1952-1964; photos.
101. Smith, Elmer W., 1959-1960.
102. Smith, J. Gorman, 1962, 1964.
103. Smith, Jeff, 1971-1975.
104. Smith, M. Estellie, 1977, 1979.
105. Smith, Robert E., 1962-1981; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
106. Smith, Steven, 1973-1976, undated; photos.
107. Smith, Tucker P., 1948-1951.
108. Smulkstys, Else, 1958.
109. Snell, LeRoy, 1949-1950.
110. Snyder, Ross, 1960-1961.
111. Söderberg, Bertil, 1957-1961.
112. Soffer, Jacques, 1946-1951; photos.
113. Solares, Rafael F., 1948-1951.
114. Solenberger, Robert R., 1963-1964.
115. Solomon, Norman, 1953-1954.
116. Solow, Herbert, undated.
117. Somin, Willy O., 1945-1961.
       Somin, Ilse, 1962-1965.
118. Sonntag, Christine von, 1952-1953.
119. Sorell, Oscar (Butz), 1945-1984.
120. Spalek, John M., 1979-1982.
121. Speiser, Felix, 1926, 1928, 1931.
122. Spencer, Sheila, 1961.
123. Sperber, Helmut, 1982-1983.
124. Spinka, Matthew, 1961.
125. Springer, George, 1957, 1962.
126. Spuhler, James N., 1955.
127. Stachowitsch, Alexej (Axi), 1973-1983.
128. Stafford, Russell Henry, 1953-1971.
129. Stahl, Walter O., 1939-1940.
130. Stalder, Anton, 1928, 1951.
131. Stalder, Elise, 1920-1938.
132. Stalson, Alpha, 1952, undated.
133. Stark, Leonard, 1949-1983; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
       Stark, Betty T.

Box 33
Folder

1. Staudinger, Else (American Council for Emigrés in the Professions), 1943-1949.
2. Staudinger, Else, 1950-1965.
3. Staudinger, Else (tribute).
4. Staudinger, Hans, 1956-1980.
5. Steckhan, Otto (Gustav Wyneken-Gesellschaft), 1954-1964.
6. Steele, Robert L., 1975.
7. Steensberg, Axel, 1936-1959.
8. Steensberg, Axel, 1960-1979.
9. Steggerda, Morris, 1946-1951; photo.
      Steggerda, Inez, 1951-1976.
10. Steiger, Arnald, 1956.
11. Steinbach, 1926.
12. Steiner, Detlev, 1945-1964; photos.
13. Steiner-Prag, Eleanor, 1945-1955.
14. Steiner-Prag, Hugo, 1943
-1944.
15. Steinitz, Wolfgang, 1951-1961, 1967; death notice.
16. Stekert, Ellen, 1962.
17. Stennes, Leslie H., 1969.
18. Stenström, Oscar, 1959-1967.
19. Stephens, Robert, 1958-1959.
20. Stern, Desider, 1978-1981.
21. Stern, Hugh J. (Hugo), 1954-1983.
22. Stern, Lilo, 1980.
23. Stern-Pelz, Emmy, 1937-1938, 1953, 1955.
24. Stern-Pelz, Fritz, 1936-1951.
25. Sternfeld, Wilhelm, undated.
26. Stevens, Eleanor, 1960-1964.
27. Stevens, Eleanor, 1965-1967.
28. Stevens, Eleanor, 1968-1984.
29. Stevens, Nancy & Phil, 1965, 1977.
30. Stewart, Thomas Dale, 1952, 1955.
31. Stiglmayr, Elisabeth, 1967.
      Stiglmayr, Engelbert, 1977.
32. Stocking, George W. Jr., 1966.
33. Stoeckel, Paul, 1953.
34. Stöhr, W., 1960-1967.
35. Stöve, Eberhard, 1965-1966.
36. Stone, Frank Fairbanks, 1955-1962.
37. Strahl, 1924-1925.
38. Straube, Helmut, 1961.
39. Strauss, Hans, 1959.
40. Strehlow, Fr., 1929.
41. Struck, Bernhard, 1930.
42. Stuestøl, Torgrim, 1940.
43. Stützel, Helmut, 1928.
44. Sturtevant, William C. (American Anthropologist), 1955-1965.
45. Subak, Carl H., 1946.
46. Sulzbach, Walter, 1948-1951.
47. Svensson, Sigfrid, 1951-1979.
48. Swadesh, Morris, 1956.
49. Sweet, Richard W., 1953.
50. Swing, Bill, 1949-1951.
51. Swinney, H. J., 1960-1964.
52. Swords, G. Lilly, 1965-1969.
53. Takacs, Lajos, 1965.
54. Tananbaum, David, 1950-1953.
55. Tancos, Joseph, 1945.
56. Tanja, Victor I., 1972-1979.
57. Tax, Sol (Current Anthropology), 1955-1977.
58. Taylor, Mark L., 1979.
59. Telle, Michael, 1978.
60. Terner, Franz, 1947-1950.
61. Teuteberg, 1977.
62. Thacker, R. W., 1961.
63. Theimer, Harald, 1976-1980.
64. Theodoratus, Robert J., 1970-1978.
65. Thiel, J. F. (Anthropos-Institut), 1971-1979.
66. Thiele, Albert (Deutsche Blätter), 1946.
67. Thilenius, G., 1927.
68. Thomsen, Niels (The Scandinavian Economic History Review), 1966, 1969.
69. Tischhöfer, Luise, 1927.
70. Titus, John, 1980.
71. Tokarev, S. A., 1956, 1959.
72. Tolstoy, Paul, 1967.
73. Tomashevich, George Vid, 1956-1963.
74. Tomforde, H., 1946.
75. Tonquist, Herman, 1945.
76. Topf, Mel A., 1974-1975.
77. Tornow, Wolfgang (Benjamin), 1977.
78. Trimborn, Hermann, 1956.
79. Tripp, C. A., 1976.
80. Troche, Alfred, 1932.
      Troche, Erna, 1931.
81. Tsao, Lien-En, 1962-1963.
82. Tsurumi, Shunsuko, 1948.
83. Tucker, John T., 1953.
84. Turner, Lorenzo, 1953.
85. Tylski, Karl, 1946-1951.
      Tylski, Selma, 1946.
86. Uhlinger, Ruth, 1957.
87. Underwood, Richard, 1965-1966, 1975.
88. Usinger, H. C., 1945.
89. Vajda, László, 1957.
90. Vakarelski, Hristo (Christo), 1955, 1975.
91. Vance, Will, 1975.
92. VanDenHeuvel, Elaine, 1972-1973; photos.
93. Vanderbeek, Stan, 1950-1956.
94. Vanderlind, John H., 1949-1950.
95. VanDeusen, Thomas, 1950-1952.
96. vanDyke, Tertius & Betty, 1952.
97. van Hirtum, Andrée, 1955.
98. Vannicelli, Luigi, 1965.
99. Vatter, Ernst, 1926-1927, 1946; photos.
100. Vatter, Johanna (Hanna), 1956-1957, 1979.
101. Vaubel, Ludwig, 1958.
102. Vazquez, Juan, 1961.
103. Veiga de Oliveira, Ernesto, 1973.
104. Vella, Joseph A., 1943.
105. Vernon, Glenn M., 1967.


Box 34
Folder

1. Vicedom, Georg F., 1953-1957; photos.
2. Vidich, Arthur J., 1960-1964.
3. Vidil-Rock, Alta (Vidil-Rock School), 1953.
4. Viets, Wallace T., 1953.
5. Vilakazi, Absolom, 1957-1983.
6. Vilakazi, Herbert, 1962-1984.
7. Vilkuna, Kustaa, 1936, 1962-1970.
8. Voegelin, Erminie W., 1949-1954.
9. Voehinger, Walter, 1945.
10. Vogel, Diether, 1963.
11. von der Becke, Heinrich, 1966.
12. von LeCoq, Albert, 1921-1927.
13. Vranicki, Predrag (Zagreb conference), 1965.
14. Wagner, Paul & Mabel, 1952-1965.
15. Wagner, Willi, 1950-1982.
16. Wahle, E., 1931.
17. Waldman, Eric L. & JoAnn, 1946-1952.
18. Wallace, Anthony F.C., 1958.
19. Wallach, Gerda, 1972-1977.
20. Wallach, Martha, 1978, 1980.
21. Wallenberg, Hans, 1974-1975.
22. Wallis, Wilson D., 1955-1967.
23. Walraf, Hans Josepf, 1965.
24. Walraf, Heinrich, 1965-1982.
25. Walraf, Joseph, 1948-1965.
26. Walter, Mercer C., 1945-1949.
27. Walther, Emma, 1947-1949.
28. Warburg, Betty, 1921-1941.
29. Warner, Frederick W., 1965-1970; see also file in Series 16, Student records/papers.
30. Washburn, Sherwood L., 1952, 1963.
31. Watkins, Mark Hanna, 1949-1953, 1959.
32. Weaver, Michael, 1967.
33. Weber, Hermann, 1940-1955; photos.
34. Weidenreich, Franz, 1942.
35. Weidmann, Fred & Angelika, 1971-1981; photos.
36. Weil, Erwin, 1979-1983.
37. Weil, Hans H., 1952-1966.
38. Weil, Hans H., 1967-1975.
39. Weil, Hans H., 1976-1984.
40. Weisch, Tom, 1931.
41. Weishaupt, N. von, 1958.
42. Weiss, Peter, 1953.
43. Wentscher, Else, 1928-1931, 1941-1942.
44. Wentscher, Gerhard, 1968-1978.
45. Wentscher, Heinz, 1927-1952; photos.
46. Wentscher, Heinz, 1953-1969.
47. Wentscher, Max, 1926-1934, 1957-1969; photo.
*       Wentscher, Nora see Janisch, Nora
48. Wentscher, Ruth, 1966-1969.
49. Wentscher, Wolf, 1947-1956.
50. Wenzel, Erich, 1956-1960.
51. Werner, George Perry, 1952-1954.
52. Werner, George P., 1955-1960.
53. Wersebe-Hogrefe, Ingrid von, 1958-1960; photos.
54. Whitaker, Ian, 1963.
55. White, Leslie A., 1949.
56. White, Lynn, 1961-1964.
57. White, Tim, 1981.
58. Whitson, Robley Edward, undated.
59. Wiegandt, Ernst, 1926-1927.
60. Wiegelmann, Günter, 1968-1980.
61. Wildhaber, Robert, 1954-1969.
62. Wilgus, D. K., 1966-1967.
63. Wilisch, Antonia, 1941, 1949.
64. Will, Christoph, 1982.
65. Willems, Emilio, 1953-1966.
66. Willert, Käthe, 1947, 1980-1982.
67. Willey, C. Francis, 1956-1957.
68. Williams, Jonathan (Jargon Books), 1955-1959.
69. Williams, Marilynn, 1953.
70. Williams, Paul & Vera, 1949-1952.
71. Williams, Richard A., 1978.
72. Williams, Richard T. & Mildred, 1972-1973.


Box 35
Folder

1. Willoughby, Bill, undated.
2. Wilson, Arthur E., 1967.
3. Wilson, R. Norris, 1949.
4. Winters, Carl, 1929.
5. Wittfogel, Karl August, 1942, 1953.
6. Wittmann, Will (Bubi), 1948-1984.
7. Woelfel, Josef, 1956.
8. Wöltn, F., 1934.
9. Wörler, Erna, 1933-1934.
10. Wolf, Erna, 1964-1965.
11. Wolf, Hubert W. (Bert), 1953-1984.
12. Wolf, Richard Jayson, 1969.
13. Wolfe, Alfred, 1946.
14. Wolff, Werner, undated.
15. Wolfram, Richard, 1976.
16. Wood, William W., 1963.
17. Wrede, A., 1926-1932.
18. Wright, Peter S., 1965.
19. Wurmehl, Albert, 1965.
20. Wyneken, Gustav, 1918 (transcript), 1955.
21. Wysocki, Mary, 1974.
22. Yang, Martin M.C., 1953, 1955.
23. Yoder, Don, 1966.
24. Yoder, Naomi & Phebe, 1953.
25. Yonz, Herbert, 1928.
26. Young, Andrew, 1955-1976; see also folder in Series 16, Student records/papers.
27. Yount, Diana, 1966.
28. Zahl, Alexander Gustav, 1937-1951.
29. Zahradnik, John & Miriam, 1955-1956.
30. Zambrzycka-Kunachowicz, Anna, 1983.
31. Zamora, Mario D., 1967.
32. Zander, Edmund, 1965-1966.
33. Zeitel, Ernest (Benjo), 1938-1957.
34. Zeitel, Ernest (Benjo), 1959-1983.
35. Zender, Matthias (Atlas der deutschen Volkskunde), 1967-1979.
36. Ziegert, Max, 1921.
37. Zimmerman, Vernon K., 1966.
38. Zinn, Ministerpräsident, 1959.
39. Zuurdeeg, Willem F., 1956.
40. Correspondence lists.
41. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1913-1914.
42. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1916.
43. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1919-1921.
44. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1922-1924.
45. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1925-1926.
46. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1927.
47. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1928.
48. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1929-1931.
49. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1932-1933.
50. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1934-1935.
51. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1936-1937.
52. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1938-1939.
53. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1941-1945.
54. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1946.
55. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1947-1948.
56. “Bettelbriefe von Unbekannten”, 1947-1948.
57. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1951-1953.
58. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1954-1955.
59. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1956-1957.
60. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1958-1959.
61. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1960-1961.
62. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1962-1964.
63. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1965.
64. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1966.
65. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1967-1968.
66. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1969-1972.
67. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1973.
68. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1974.
69. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1975-1976.
70. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1977-1979.
71. 80th birthday congratulations, 1979.
72. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1980-1982.
73. 83rd birthday congratulations, 1982.
74. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1983-1984.
75. Miscellaneous & unidentified, undated.
76. Miscellaneous cards, 1930s-1940s.
77. Miscellaneous cards, 1950s.
78. Miscellaneous cards, 1960s.
79. Miscellaneous cards, 1970s.
80. Miscellaneous cards, 1980s.



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Series 6: Correspondence with institutions, associations, publishers, etc.

Box 36
Folder

1. Abraham & Company (stockbrokers).
2. Abraham & Company. Newsletters.
3. Abstracts of Folklore Studies.
4. Academic apparel.
5. The Academy of Political Science.
6. Achenbach’s Ltd.
7. The Adirondack Museum.
8. Adult Education Program, Olivet, MI.
9. The Advocate.
10. African Studies Association, 1958-1965.
11. African Studies Association, 1966-1979.
12. AGFA.
13. Aging.
14. Agricultural Missions, Inc.
15. Akademie-Verlag.
16. Albert-Limbach-Verlag.
17. Albert Teachers Agency.
18. The American Academy of Political and Social Science.
19. American Anthropological Association, 1948-1958.
20. American Anthropological Association, 1959-1963.
21. American Anthropological Association, 1964-1981.
22. American Anthropological Association – programs.
23. American Anthropologist.
24. American Association for the Advancement of Science.
25. American Association of Emeriti.
26. American Association of Physical Anthropologists, 1950-1956.
27. American Association of Physical Anthropologists, 1956-1981.
28. American Association of Theological Schools in the U.S. and Canada.
29. American Association of University Professors.
30. American Baptist Foreign Mission Societies.
31. American Biographical Institute.
32. American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions.

Box 37
Folder

1. American College Bureau.
2. American Council for Emigrés in the Professions (see also Staudinger, Else).
3. American Council of Learned Societies.
4. American Ethnological Society.
5. American Express Company, Berlin.
6. American Farm School.
7. American Folklore Society.
8. American Friends Service Committee, Inc.
9. American Genetic Association.
10. American Historical Association.
11. American Indian Charter Conference.
12. American Men of Science.
13. American Museum of Natural History.
14. American Philosophical Society.
15. American Society for Ethnohistory.
16. American Society of African Culture.
17. American Sociological Association.
18. American Statistical Association.
19. The American University at Cairo.
20. Americanists.
21. Anatolia College.
22. Anatomiska Institutionem.
23. Anthropological Film Festival, 1969.
24. Anthropologische Gesellschaft, Bonn.
25. Anthropologische Gesellschaft, Wien.
26. Anthropologisches Institut und Ethnographische Sammlung der Universität Breslau.
27. Anthropology Tomorrow.
28. Anthropos-Institut (Arnold Burgmann, P. Joseph Henninger, J. F. Thiel; see also correspondence under Thiel).
29. Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith.
30. Antiquarians.
31. Arbeitsgemeinschaft Burg Waldeck.
32. Archeological Research Services.
33. Aschendorff Verlag.
34. Atlanta University, Georgia (Rushton Coulborn), 1949-1951.
35. Atlas der Deutschen Volkskunde.
36. Aufbau (NY).
37. Auswärtiges Amt, Berlin.
38. Berliner Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte.
39. Bernard Samter.
40. Besoldungskasse Hessen in Wiesbaden.
41. Beth Israel Congregation.
42. BJG International, Inc.
43-44. Black Mountain College.
45. Blumenhaus Hugo und Max Jansen.
46. Board of Home Missions.
47. Bonner Turnverein.
48. Book orders, 1924-1926.
49. Books & Cheese.
50. Boston University.
51. Bradley Field Enterprises / Air Travel Insurance Counter.
52. Brandeis University.


Box 38
Folder

1. Bratislava (Comenius University).
2. British Visa Office.
3. Brockhaus Enzyklopädie.
4. Buchladen Hans Linz.
5. Der Bücherwurm, Antiquariat.
6. Bund-Verlag GmbH, Köln.
7. Burian-Moss Photographers.
8. Burt Franklin Bookseller.
9. Canyon Records.
10. CARE.
11. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH.
12. Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.
13. Central Intelligence Agency.
14. Chacmol, The Archeological Association of the University of Calgary.
15. Chaney, Ben (legal case).
16. Charlotte Child Study Club.
17. Charter Oak Community Church.
18. Chatsworth Florist.
19. Christian Science Monitor.
20. Christian Youth Corps.
21. CIBA Pharmaceutical Products.
22. The City Church (William J. Villaume).
23. Civitan Club.
24. Clark-Brewer Teachers’ Agency.
25. Colby Hill Inn, Henniker, NH.
26. College Specialist Bureau.
27. Colloquium on Religious Presence.
28. Colonia-Versandbuchhandlung.
29. Committee for the Scientific Study of Religion.
30. Committee on International Exchange of Persons (Fulbright-Hays).
31. Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, MO.
32. Connecticut Association of Secondary Schools.
33. Connecticut Band and Trust Company.
34. Connecticut Blue Cross.
35. The Connecticut Conference of Social Work.
36. Connecticut Council of Churches.
37. Connecticut Eye Bank.
38. Crusade for the Abolition of Cruelty.
39. Current Anthropology (Sol Tax, Ethel Nurge).
40. Current Anthropology – “one” discussion.
41. Daniels Defense Committee.
42. Danish Ethnological Association / Dansk Etnografisk Forening.
43. Dauber & Pine Bookshops.
44. Deutsch-nordische Film-Union G.m.b.H.
45. Deutsche Afrika-Gesellschaft e.V.
46. Deutsche Bank.
47. Deutsche Bücherei, Leipzig.
48. Deutsche evangelisch-reformierte Gemeinde, Frankfurt a.M.
49. Deutsche Gaue.
50. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde.
51. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Volkskunde e.V.
52. Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt.
53. Deutsches Museum von Meisterwerken der Naturwissenschaft und Technik,       München.
54. Dictionary of International Biography.
55. Directory of Social Sciences, Africa.
56. Dog Welfare Association of Connecticut.
57. Dokumentationszentrum des Bundes Jüdischer Verfolgter des Naziregimes.
58. Doubleday & Company.
59. E. I. Dupont de Nemours & Company.
60. E. Scheuer Books.
61. East European Quarterly (Stephen Fischer-Galati).
62. Ebony.
63. Encyclopedia of Modern Christian Missions.
64. Encyclopedia of Religion.

Box 39
Folder

1. Epstein Travel Service.
2. The Erie Railway.
3. Ethnografski muzej.
4. Ethnologia Eurpaea (Günter Wiegelmann, G. de Rohan Csermak).
5. Ethnologia Scandinavica.
6. Ethnological Atlas of Europe and its Bordering Countries.
7. Ethnologist’s Book Exchange.
8. Eugen Diederichs Verlag, Jena.
9. Evangelische Kirchensteuer.
10. Exposition Press (see also Gertrud Wenzel).
11. Fachingen (mineral water).
12. Fellowship of Professors of Missions.
13. Finanzamt, Frankfurt am Main.
14. Finnish National Commission for UNESCO.
15. First Congregational Church, Brimfield, MA (Reverend Robert D. Loggie).
16. First Congregational Church, Olivet, MI.
17. Fleisch-Daum (Familie Reiffenstein).
18. Folklore of Ireland Society.
19. Food parcels.
20. Fort Washington Collegiate Church.
21. Foster’s Pen Shop, Olivet, MI.
22. Foto Wagner.
23. Frankfurter Anthropologische Gesellschaft.
24. Frankfurter Bücherstube.
25. Frankfurter Bund für Volksbildung.
26. Frankfurter General-Anzeiger.
27. Frankfurter Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte.
28. Frankfurter Nachrichten.
29. Frankfurter Sozietät-Druckerei.
30. Frankfurter Zeitung.
31. Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., Inc.
32. Freies Bildungswerk Balduinstein e.V.
33. Friedhofsgärtnerei Friedrich Müller.
34. Friends Committee on National Legislation.
35. Frobenius-Institut.
36. Fulbright Commission (Austrian-American Educational Commission).
37. Furniture, Berlin.
38. G. & C. Merriam Company.
39. G.E.C. Gads Forlag.
40. German Consulate General.
41. Gesellschaft für den Volkskundeatlas in Österreich.
42. Gesellschaft für Erde- und Völkerkunde, Bonn.
43. Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde.
44. Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde, Mitteilungsblatt.
45. Gramercy Shipping Company.
46. Greater Hartford Community Council, Health Division.
47. Greece, Consulate General.
48. Greyvan Lines, Inc.
49. Gustav Wyneken-Gesellschaft, Göttingen e.V.

Box 40
Folder

1. H. Delliehausen (Spedition).
2. H. G. Ollendorff, Inc.
3. H. L. Bronner’s Druckerei.
4. Hambros Bank Limited.
5. Hartford Anthropological Society/Association.
6. Hartford Churches.
7. Hartford Consumers’ Cooperative Association, Inc.
8. The Hartford Courant.
9. Hartford Despatch and Warehouse Co., Inc.
10. Hartford Get-Together Club.
11. The Hartford Times.
12. Harvard University Press.
13. Hauptstaatsarchiv, Düsseldorf.
14. Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society.
15. Herbert Lang & Cie, Berne.
16. Heye Foundation, Museum of the American Indian.
17. Hillyer College.
18. Historisches Museum, Frankfurt a.M.
19. Holland-America Line.
20. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.
21. Hospitalization.
22. Hudson Parcels.
23. Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) Press.
24. Hutchings Psychiatric Center.
25. Idaho Historical Society.
26. Ideal Book Store.
27. Imperial Wear.
28. Income Tax.
29. Independent Cultural Association.
30. Individual Learning Systems.
31. Institut für deutsche Volkskunde, Berlin (1955 meeting).
32. Institut für Völkerkunde, Wien.
33. Institute for Sex Research, Inc.
34. Institute for the Development of Alternatives to the Incarceration of Children       (Edward Daniels).
35. Institute of Ethnology.
36. Institute of Pastoral Care, Inc.
37. Institutet för folklivsforskning.
38. Insurance (Penrose).
39. International Association for European Ethnology and Folklore.
40. International Association for Mission Studies (IAMS).
41. International Biographical Archives and Dictionary of Central European Émigrés, 1933-45.
42. International Bookfinders.
43. The International Conference for Research of Plowing Implements.
44. International Conference on theoretical and practical problems of the ethnology of Europe, Stockholm, Sept. 1-2, 1965.
45. International Congress, Elisabethville, Congo, 1961.
46. International Congress of Africanists.
47. International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (III, 1948; IV, 1952).
48. International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (V, 1956).
49. International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (VI, 1960; VII, 1964).
50. International Congress of Historical Sciences.
51. International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies.
52. International Development Placement Association.
53. International Directory of Anthropologists.
54. International Institute of Differing Civilizations.
55. International Journal of African Historical Studies.
56. International Review of Missions.
57. International Scholars Directory.
58. International Secretariat for Research on the History of Agricultural Instruments (George Nellemann, Axel Steensberg).
59. International Sociological Association.
60. International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences.
61. Interart – Buchversand.
62. Investments.
63. Israeli Embassy.
64. James Keiller & Son, Ltd.
65. The Japan International Christian University Foundation, Inc.
66. JET.
67. Johannesburg, City of.
68. John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
69. Journal of American Folklore.
70. Jüdische Gemeinde von Berlin.
71. Jüdische Gemeinde, Frankfurt am Main.
72. Julius Fröbus.


Box 41
Folder

1. Karl Hardach.
2. Karl Malkames, Inc.
3. Kirurgiska Instrument Fabriks A.-B.
4. Klaus Renner (Buchhandlung).
5. Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger.
6. Kölnische Volkszeitung.
7. Kölnische Zeitung.
8. Konditorei Leidenheimer.
9. Kothe Akademie der Wissenschaften.
10. Der Kreis / Le Circle.
11. Kürschners Deutscher Gelehrten-Kalender.
12. Kunsthaus Lempertz.
13. Lansen-Naeve Corporation.
14. Lectures.
15. Libraries.
16. Library of Congress.
17. Library of Science.
18. Limbach Verlag.
19. Little, Brown and Company.
20. Livingstone College, Salisbury, NC.
21. Long’s College Book Co.
22. Louis Lécuyer, Paris.
23. M. Edelmann Buchhandlung.
24. Mahlzeit Foods / Mimosa.
25. Marboro Books Inc.
26. Mathias Düren K. G.
27. Max Franz Haus.
28. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.
29. Medical.
30. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
31. Mexico City College.
32. Meyers Historisch-Geographischen Kalender.
33. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, Michigan State College.
34. Michigan Folklore Society.
35. Middletown Scientific Association.
36. Missionaries of Africa.
37. Mount Hermon School.
38. Mouton Publishers.
39. Moving expenses.
40. Müller & Gräff Buchhandlung.
41. Museum für Völkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum für Volkskunde, Basel.
42. Museum of English Rural Life, Berkshire, England.
43. Museums, 1920-1921.
44. Museums, 1922-1928.
45. N.A.A.C.P. (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People).
46. NACCA (National Association of Claimants’ Compensation Attorneys).
47. The National Conference of Christians & Jews, Inc.
48. National Council of the Churches of Christ.
49. National History Press.
50. National Roster of Scientific and Specialized Personnel.
51. National Science Foundation.
52. National Social Welfare Assembly, Inc.
53. National Teacher Placement Service.
54. Natural Health Physicians.
55. Near East College Association.
56. Negro History Week.
57. New Directions (James Laughlin).
58. New Jersey State Museum.
59. New School for Social Research (Alvin Johnson, Hans Neisser, Hans Staudinger, Arthur Swift).
60. New South.
61. New World Books.
62. The New York Academy of Sciences.
63. New York Public Library.
64. New York State Historical Association, Cooperstown, NY.
65. New York State Public High School Association.
66. The New York Times.
67. The New Yorker.
68. Nordiska Museet.
69. Northeastern Anthropological Association.
70. Northeastern University Press.
71. Notgemeinschaft Deutscher Wissenschaftler im Ausland.
72. Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften.
73. Österreichische Ethnologische Expeditions- und Forschungsgesellschaft.
74. Österreichische Ethnologische Gesellschaft.
75. Office of Strategic Services.
76. Old Sturbridge Village, 1955-1959.

Box 42
Folder

1. Old Sturbridge Village, 1960-1966.
2. Olivet College – correspondence.
3. Olivet College – materials.
4. Olivet College Cooperative.
5. Olivet College Teachers Union.
6. Oskar Schloss Verlag.
7. Overseas Associates, Inc. / Food Parcel Services.
8. Overseas Mail Order Service, Inc. (OMOS).
9. Overseas Ministries Study Center.
10. Oxfam-America.
11. P. & Ch. Cox.
12. Pace College.
13. Pan American Airways.
14. Paris hotels.
15. Paulus Verlag / Editions Saint-Paul.
16. Peabody Museum Library.
17. Penn-Post Hotel.
18. Pension Fønss (Anna Jensen).
19. Peter Thomas Fisher.
20. Peters Office Equipment.
21. Pfüller (August).
22. Pinkus & Co., Zürich.
23. Plows.
24. Post Office, Roxbury, CT.
25. Program Research Media Associates, Inc.
26. Purdue Conference on American Culture.
27. R. Behle & Co.
28. Radio-Uni.
29. Random House, Inc.
30. Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum, Köln.
31. Reader’s Digest.
32. Real estate.
33. Red Cedar Book Shop.
34. Regierungspräsident in Darmstadt.
35. Reichsvereinigung Deutscher Lichtspielstellen e.V.
36. Reprints sent.
37. Residenz Luisenpark.
38. Resistance Magazine.
39. Rheingold-Druckerei, Mainz.
40. Robert Peppmüller Buchhandlung.
41. Rosenthal Studio-Haus.
42. Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd.
43. The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland.
44. The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters (Grith Lerche, Axel Steensberg).
45. S. W. Theise, Inc.
46. Sabbatical leaves.
47. Sandbergs Bokhandel.
48. Sarah Marquis Travel Service.
49. Save A Friend in Europe, Inc. (SAFE).
50. Schenkman Publishing Company, Inc.
51. Schepeler, Georg, 1961-1973.


Box 43
Folder

1. Schepeler, Georg, 1974-1984.
2. Schweizerischer Bankverein Basel.
3. Seattle Art Museum.
4. The Second International Working Conference for Research on Ploughing Implements.
5. Seminar für freiheitliche Ordnung.
6. Shipherd College.
7. Skidmore College, Saratoga, NY.
8. Slovenská Akadémia Vied.
9. Smithsonian Institution.
10. Social Science Research Council.
11. Social Security Administration.
12. Society for Animal Protective Legislation.
13. Society for Applied Anthropology.
14. Society for Ethnomusicology.
15. Society for Savings.
16. Society for the History of Technology.
17. Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.
18. Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.
19. Sociologists.
20. Sofia Brothers, Inc.
21. Southern New England Telephone Company.
22. Southern Poverty Law Center.
23. Spec-Bands.
24. Special Delivery complaint.
25. Spiratone Laboratories.
26. Staats-Herold Corporation.
27. Städtisches Völkermuseum, Frankfurt am Main.
28. Stechert-Hafner, Inc.
29. Südmarkverlag (Joachim Münster).
30. Swedish legation.
31. Swiss Bank Corporation.
32. Technische Hochschule, Darmstadt.
33. Technology and Culture (Melvin Kranzberg).
34. Thrifty Book Club.
35. Time.
36. Torch Club.
37. The Town Crier, Fairfield, CT.
38. Travel, 1951-1952.
39. Travel, 1953-1955.
40. Travel, 1956-1959.
41. Travel, 1960.
42. Travel, 1963-1965.
43. Travel, 1966-1971.
44. Travel, 1973.
45. Travel, 1976-1978.
46. Travel, 1979.
47. Trinity College, Hartford, CT.
48. Trinity College Library / Trinity College Library Association.
49. Unione Tipografico – Editrice Torinese (UTET).
50. United Business Service.
51. United States Custom Service.
52. U. S. Department of Justice.
53. U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service.
54. U.S. Postal Service.
55. University of Chicago Press.
56. University of Hartford.
57. University of Hawaii.

Box 44
Folder

1. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
2. University of Michigan.
3. University of Parano.
4. University of Pennsylvania.
5. Verde Valley School.
6. Verlag Adolf Holzhausens Nachfolger.
7. Veterans Administration (National Savings Life Insurance).
8. Victory Exporting Corporation.
9. Victory Shipping Co.
10. Village Books and Press.
11. Völkerkundliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft.
12. Die Volksstimme (Frankfurt a.M.).
13. VPR-Film International.
14. Waddell, Sluder, Adams & Company.
15. Wadsworth Atheneum.
16. Walter de Gruyter & Co.
17. Warburton Community Church.
18. Washington addresses.
19. Washington University, St. Louis.
20-22. Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research (formerly Viking Fund)       (Paul Fejos, Lita Osmundsen).
23. The West End Civic Association, Inc.
24. Western Folklore.
25. Western Union.
26. Whiting Greenhouses.
27. Who’s Who.
28. Wilhelm Büttel.
29. William R. Penrose & Co.
30. William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art.
31. Wilmington College.
32. Winterthur-Versicherungs-Gesellschaft.
33. Wisconsin Farms.
34. Workmen’s Compensation Commission.
35. World Fellowship, Inc.
36. World Literacy and Christian Literature.
37. Worldview.
38. WTIC.
39. YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association).
40. Yugoslav-American Commission for Educational Exchanges.
41. YWCA (Young Women’s Christian Association).
42. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie.
43. Zeitschrift für Sozialforschung.

 


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Box and Folder List

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Series 7: Writings of Paul Leser, 1914-1979

Box 45
Folder

1. Poetry. Early manuscripts and typescripts.
2. “Die allgemeine Erziehung.” Typescript, undated.
3. “Carl Spitteler.” Typescript, ca. 1916.
4. “Kunde von Gott.” Typescript, undated.
5. Poetry, 1915-1917.
6. Prose writings, ca. 1917-1920.
7. Early play sketch, incomplete.
8. Novel, incomplete (pp. 65-159).
9. “Bemerkungen zum Sozialismus.” Dated Dec. 1919.
10. Miscellaneous bibliography and index entries.
11. Bibliography, dated June 1973.
12. “Briefwechsel.” Typescript, undated.
13. Copenhagen conference, 1954. Reports.
14. “Flucht!” Manuscript, undated.
15. “Felix” sketches. Manuscript, undated.
16. “Fritz Graebner. Das Lebenswerk des verstorbenen Dichters.” Periodical issues.
17. “Der Geist. (Die Welt in den Augen eines Sechzehnjährigen. Spektralanalyse des Lebens durch das Spektrum meiner 16 Jahre.” Typescript, ca. 1915.
18. “Germany: Interpreting cultural history. Proofs, corrections.
19. “Der Grösste.” Manuscript.
20. “Der große Umsturz.” Notebook, manuscripts, typescripts. July-Aug. 1918.
21. “Das Karl May-Museums.” Typescript, ca. 1928.
22. “Das Leben in der Zeit der Romantik.” Manuscript, typescript, undated.
23. “Lieder (Blätter) der Liebe.” Bound manuscript, undated.
24. Negro in German Anthropology. Notes, undated.
25. “Rasse, Veranlagung, Verbreitung, Kultur.” Manuscript, undated.
26. “Der Sieg der Vernunft. Trauerspiel.” Typescript, dated Feb. 1919. Another version in notebook, dated 8. Mar. 1919.
27. “Tagebuch I (1. Feb. 1914 – 9. März 1916).” Manuscript.
28. “Tagebuch II (23. Feb. 1917- ).” Manuscript.
29. “Treue.” Notes on friendship, friends, etc.
30. “Unser Wollen. Stimmen aus einem jungen Orden.” Typescript, manuscript, 1926 and undated.
31. “Das Verbrechen.” Typescript, undated.
32. “Völkerkunde und Rassengeschichte.” Habilitationsschrift. Manuscript.
33. “Völkerkunde und Rassengeschichte.” Manuscripts, undated.
34. “Wyneken und der Nerother Bund.” Manuscript, typescript, ca. 1972.
35. G. Görz. “Ueber den urgeschichtlichen Pflug von Georgsfeld” (review, 1929).
36. Miscellaneous unidentified and incomplete manuscripts and typescripts.


Box 46
Folder

1. Early book of drawings.
2. Early notes, undated.
3. Poetry and prose writings, in notebooks, dated Feb. 1, 1914 – June 31 [sic!], 1915 and undated.
4. Miscellaneous manuscripts, ca. 1914-1915.
5. Prose writings, in notebooks, ca. 1915-1917.
6. Manuscript of an untitled novel, in two notebooks, dated Weihnachten 1916.
7. “Abschied.” Poems in a notebook, loose pages, ca. 1918.
8. “Anfang und Ende.” Notebook with poetry, undated.
9. “Aus der ‘Posse’.” Handwritten notes in a notebook, ca. 1918-1919.
10. “Bemerkungen zum Sozialismus.” Notebook, dated Dec. 1919.
11. “ Briefwechsel.” Manuscript, dated Mar. 8, 1921.
12. “Ein Wegweiser.” Bound manuscript with the inscription “meinen lieben Eltern zur silbernen Hochzeit als schwachen Dankesabtrag. 9 Juli 1916.”
13. “Ein Wegweiser.” Typescript, undated.
14. “Das erste Opfer.” Notebook with poems, dated 1919-1920.
15. “Kunde von Gott.” Notebook, dated Mar. 8, 1918. Also typescript, undated.
16. “Der letzte Abschied” and other poems, 1922.
17. Poems, ca. 1927-1928.
18. Lecture texts, 1920s.
19. Untitled play sketch. Typescript, undated.
20. Untitled story. Manuscript, ca. 1944.
21. “Baby-Wuerger Europa.” Playscript, undated.
22. “The Publications by Paul Leser.” Bibliographies of Leser’s writings.
23. Geschichte der Pflugforschung. Dissertation, 1929.
24. Entstehung und Verbreitung des Pfluges (1931). Page proofs, with corr.
25. Entstehung und Verbreitung des Pfluges. Proofs used for indexing.
26. Entstehung und Verbreitung des Pfluges. Partial unbound copy.
27. Entstehung und Verbreitung des Pfluges. Photographs and drawings.
28. Entstehung und Verbreitung des Pfluges. Publisher’s advertisements.
29. Entstehung und Verbreitung des Pfluges. Reviews.
30. Errata sheets (in German) to accompany various reprints.


Box 47
Folder

1. “The Academic Position of European Ethnology in North America” (1967). Typescripts, reprints.
2. “Adolescence” lecture, charts.
3. Africa lecture for Syracuse. Manuscript, dated June 17, 1973.
4. “Analecta et Additamenta (1925)”. Reprints, photocopies.
5. “And Who Is My Neighbor?” (1952). Reprints, photocopies, typescripts.
6. “Anthropological Musings: Profane and Sacred (1965)”. Typescript.
7. “Anthropological Musings: Profane and Sacred.” Reprints.
8. [“Anthropology in a theological institution”]. Typescript, undated.
9. “Auf meinen Händen will ich meinen Haß vor mir hertragen und lobsingen” (Aug. 1919). Photocopy.
10. “Aus den Beständen des Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museums” (Apr. 1927). Reprints.
11. “Die Bedeutung der Erforschung der materiellen Kultur für die Ethnologie” (1972). Reprints, proofs, typescript.
12. “Die Bedeutung ethnologischer Atlanten fuer die Geschichtswissenschaft” (1968,       1970). Reprints, photocopies, typescript.
13. “Beispielspädagogik.” Photocopies, undated, ca. 1919.
14. “The Belief in Diffusion vs. the Belief in Independent Evolution.” Typescript, ca.       1979.
15. “Bemerkenswerte Ausstellung im ‘Museum of the American Indian’ ” (Oct. 24, 1969). Clipping, photocopies, typescript.
16. “Bemerkung” (1930). Reprints, photocopies.
17. “Bericht über die I. Tagung in Leipzig” (1930). Photocopies.
18. “Bericht über die Plittersdorfer Bürgerversammlung am 28. April 1965 abends im Hof von Holland.” Typescript.
19. “Bodenbaugeräte mit Stelztritt” (1927). Reprints, photocopies.
20. “Breaking Ground” (1954). Manuscript of speech.
21. “Der Bund und die Freiheit”. Photocopies, typescript, undated.
22. “The Causes of and Conditions for Technological Progress”. Manuscript notes for speech, undated.
23. “Chinese Influences on Western Civilization” (Jan. 9, 16, 1970). Typescript of lecture.
24. “Critique of Sources”. Typescripts in English, undated.
25. “Critique of Sources” (“Woher wissen Sie das?”). Typescripts in German, undated.
26. “Culture, Religion and the Christian Mission”. Notes for a lecture.
27. “Dank an Sigurd Erixon”. Typescript, proofs.
28. “Dank an Sigurd Erixon” (1968-1969). Reprints.
29. “Darwin und die Rahmensterze”. Typescript, undated.
30. “Dermaleinst oder: Sinn und Aufgabe des Bundes”. Typescript, undated.
31. “Deutsche Rechtschreibung” (Aug. 17, 1979). Photocopy.
32. “Do you really WANT another war in 1970?” Notes for a lecture.
33. “Dreschen und Worfeln in Kabylien”. Typescripts of 5 versions, proofs.
34. “Dreschen und Worfeln in der Großen Kabylei. Kulturwandel und Kulturstillstand in Nordafrika” (1968). Reprints.
35. “Dreschen und Worfeln in der Großen Kabylei.” Photographs, negatives, captions.
36. “Ein Besuch bei den Dajak auf Borneo” (June 22, 1929). Clipping, typescript.
37. “Ein Buch feiert seinen 50. Geburtstag. Eduard Engels ‘Entwelschung’ sollte neu aufgelegt werden” (Jan. 5, 1968). Clipping, typescript.
38. “Entweder/Oder” (1919). Photocopies.
39. “Erinnerung an Benedikt Friedländer” (Nov. 8, 1968). Clippings, photocopies, typescript.
40. “Erwachsene und Kinder” (Jan. 1919). Photocopies.
41. “Ethnology in Czechoslovakia and Germany”. Typescript, manuscript, undated.
42. “Ethnology in Germany” (1968). Typescripts, proofs.
43. “Ethnology in Germany” (1970). Reprints.
44. Eugen Fischer lecture, undated.
45. “Eugen Lewin-Dorschs Forschungen über sardische Landwirtschaft” (1974). Typescripts, proofs.

Box 48
Folder

1. “Eugen Lewin-Dorschs Forschungen über sardische Landwirtschaft” (1974). Reprints.
2. “European vs. American Anthropology” (1965). Typescripts, manuscripts.
3. “European vs. American Anthropology” (1965). Reprint, photocopies.
4. “Felder und Bodenbaugeräte der Nyakyusa” (1960). Typescripts.
5. “Felder und Bodenbaugeräte der Nyakyusa”. Photos, illustrations, proofs.
6. “Felder und Bodenbaugeräte der Nyakyusa” (1960). Reprints.
7. “Folk-, Lokal-, and Tele-interpretatinon” (Apr. 1968). Typescripts, proofs.
8. “Folk-, Lokal-, and Tele-interpretatinon” (Apr. 1968). Reprints.
9. Frankfurt seminar, Jan. 20, 1956. Typescript.
10. “Frieden mit Spitteler” (Jan. 17, 1920). Clipping.
11. “Fritz Graebner” (Mar. 3, 1927). Typescript, clippings, photocopies.
12. “Fritz Graebner. Das Lebenswerk des Verstorbenen” (July 20, 1934). Clippings, photocopies.
13. “Fritz Graebner – Eine Würdigung” (1977). Proofs.
14-15. “Fritz Graebner – Eine Würdigung” (1977). Reprints.

Box 49
Folder

1. “Fritz Graebner. 4. März 1877 bis 13. Juli 1934” (1934). Reprints, photocopies.
2. “Fritz Graebner. Zum 50. Geburtstag des Direktors des Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museums am 4. März” (Mar. 4, 1927). Typescript, clippings, photocopies.
3. “25 Jahre Frankfurter Völkermuseum” (Dec. 5, 1929). Clipping.
4. Geburtstagsfeiern u.d.gl. Manuscripts.
5. “Geleitwort”. Typescripts, undated.
6. “Germany: Interpreting culture traits” (1975). Typescripts, proofs.
7. “Germany: Interpreting culture traits” (1975). Reprints.
8. “Die Geschichte der Rheinpfalz” (1918). Photocopy.
9. “Graebner without footnotes”. Typescript, undated.
10. “Gustav Wyneken” (1922). Photocopy.
11. “Historical Reconstruction, Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow” (Sept. 1, 1966). Typescript.
12. “Historical Reconstructions in Cultural Anthropology”. Manuscript, undated.
13. “The History of foreign ethnology”. Manuscript, undated.
14. “Hitler, ein ‘Judd’”. Manuscript, undated.
15. “Huru. Skal jag wedergella herranom?” (1967). Reprints.
16. “Hymnen von Johannes Maria Verweyen. Gedichtet in der Gefangenschaft. Gestorben am 21. März 1945…” Bound typescript.
17. “Indianerschätze am Broadway” (Nov. 1970). Clipping, photocopies, typescript.
18. “Israel als 51. Bundesstaat?” Photocopy, undated.
19. Johannes Lehmann. Manuscript, undated.
20. Jugendbewegung / Jugend manuscripts.
21. “Jugendbewegung und Buendische Jugend” [1977]. Typescript.
22. “[Karl May und Patty Frank]” (Dec. 1, 1928). Clippings, manuscript.
23. “Karl Spitteler” (Jan. 15, 1925). Clippings.
24. “Kleine Geschichten aus Buenos”. Typescript, undated.
25. “Knöchelchen (Those Silly Little Bones)” [1978]. Typescripts.
26. “Das Kontinuitätskriterium”. Typescript, manuscript, undated.
27. “Kunstgenuss. Ein ergebnisloses Gespräch” (1927). Reprint, photocopy.
28. “Landwirtschaftliche Sommerschlitten” (Dec. 1926). Clipping, photocopies.
29. “Lebensdauer und Welterkenntnis” (1968). Typescript.
30. “Main Concepts of the Cultural Historical Method”. Notes for a lecture, undated.
31. “Migration. Diffusion. Impossible Questions?” (1981). Typescript.
32. “Müdigkeit des Alters”/”Weariness of the Aged” (1979). Typescript of a poem, German and English versions.
33. “Mut und Geist. Zum 70. Wiederkehr des Geburtstags Adolf Reichweins” (Jan. 3, 1969). Clippings, photocopies.
34. “Der Neue Geist und die Schulausgabe”. Manuscript, undated.
35. “No man, having put his hand to the plow, and looking back, is fit for the Kingdom of God” (1974). Typescripts, proofs.
36. “No man, having put his hand to the plow, and looking back, is fit for the Kingdom of God” (1974). Reprints.
37. Olivet College, Talk to Phi Alpha’s. Manuscript of a talk.
38. “On the Role of Fritz Graebner in the Development of Historical Ethnology” (1977). Typescripts, proofs.
39-40. “On the Role of Fritz Graebner in the Development of Historical Ethnology” (1977/1978). Reprints.
41. “One Hundred” lectures. Manuscripts, undated.
42. “P.P. (Das schrieb man vor 70 Jahren…)”. Manuscript, undated.
43. “Paul Honigsheim 1885-1963”. Typescripts, proofs.
44. “Paul Honigsheim 1885-1963” (1968). Reprints.

Box 50
Folder

1. “Pflüge von Wehr” (1925). Reprints, photocopies.
2. “Der Pflug von Dabergotz” (1925). Reprints, photocopies.
3. “Plow Complex, Culture Change and Cultural Stability” (Sept. 1956). Typescripts, proofs.
4-5. “Plow Complex, Culture Change and Cultural Stability” (Sept. 1956). Reprints.
6. “Post-Graebner Scholars: Critical, Orthodox, Deviating.” Advertisement of lecture.
7. “Problems in the Reconstruction and Classification of Ancient Cultures”. Manuscript, undated.
8. “Recht und Ordnung im Jahre 1728” (Aug. 30, 1968). Clippings, photocopies, typescript.
9. “Rheinische Pflüge” (Feb. 1927). Reprints, photocopies.
10. “Schwedische Eigenheiten”. Lecture notes, undated.
11. “Some post-Graebner scholars: critical, orthodox, deviating”. Typescript of a lecture.
12. “Southern View Reconsidered” (June 17, 1963). Clippings, typescript.
13. “Spitteler” (Jan. 7, 1925). Clippings.
14. “Syllabus. How do you know? Exercises in Critique of Sources”. Course syllabus, written with Ford Battles. Typescript.
15. “Das Theater um die blaue Blume”. Typescript, undated.
16. “Thema: Konfirmandenunterricht” (May 1978). Clippings, typescript.
17. “To Attract Teachers” (Dec. 16, 1955). Photocopy.
18. “Tod eines grossen Völkerkundlers” (July 12, 1968). Clippings, photocopies.
19. “Verschiedene Erträge von Pflug und Spaten?” Typescripts, photos.
20. “Verwertungs-A.-G. fuer menschliche Leichen”. Typescript, undated.
21. “Vitae”. Typescripts, undated.
22. “Völker, Rassen, Sprachen”. Manuscript, undated.
23. “Vom Mittelmeer nach Südostasien” (1931). Reprints.
24. “Was heist ‘Hochkultur’?” Typescript, notes.
25. “Was ist ‘anthropology’?” (May 21, 1966). Manuscript.
26. “Was sind ‘Arier’?” Typescript, undated.
27. “Weltgeschichte der Erziehung”. Typescript, undated.
28. “Der Wertbrief am Sonntag” (Mar. 21, 1930). Clipping.
29. “Westöstliche Landwirtschaft” (1928). Reprints, photocopies.
30. “Wie Kinder getragen warden” (Oct. 1933). Reprints.
31. “’Wilde’ Erziehung”. Manuscript, undated.
32. “Wutschnaubendes Klagelied (zur Entschuldigung fuer mein langes Schweigen)” (Feb. 1976). Typescript, manuscript.
33. “Zum Geleit” (1957). Reprints.
34. “Zur Geschichte des Wortes Kulturkreis” (1963). Typescript.
35. “Zur Geschichte des Wortes Kulturkreis” (1963). Reprints.

Box 51
Folder

1. “Zur Geschichte des Wortes Kulturkreis” (1963). Reprints.
2. “Zwanzig Jahre spaeter: Der ‘Kinsey Report’” (1968). Typescript.
3-4. Chapel talks. Manuscripts and typescripts of lectures.
5. Balassa, I. Getreidebau in Ost- und Mitteleuropa (review, 1969). Reprints, typescripts.
6. Beiträge zur Volkskunde (review, 1962). Reprints, typescript.
7. Berg, Gösta. Den Svenska sädesharpan och den Kinesiska (review, 1929?). Reprint.
8. Bratanic, Branimir. Some similarities between ards of the Balkans, Scandinavian, and Anterior Asia, and their methodological significance (review, 1956). Reprints, photocopies, typescript.
9. Curwen, E. Cecil & Hatt Gudmund. Plough and pasture (review, 1954). Typescript, manuscript notes.
10. Curwen, E. Cecil & Hatt Gudmund. Plough and pasture (review, 1954). Reprints.
11. Engel, Eduard. Entwechselung (review, 1968). Clipping, photocopies.
12. Filchner, Wilhelm. Hui-Hui. Asiens Islamkämpfe (review, 1928). Clipping, photocopies.
13. Frazer, James George. Mensch, Gott und Unsterblichkeit (review, 1932). Reprints.
14. Görz, G. Ueber den urgeschichtlichen Pflug von Georgsfeld (review, 1932?). Photocopy.
15. Heine-Geldern, Robert. Review, undated. Typescript.
16. Helwig, Werner. Reise ohne Heimkehr (review, 1954). Clipping.
17. Honko, Lauri. Krankheitsprojektile (review, 1959). Reprints, photocopies, typescript.
18. Hultkrantz, A. The Aims of Anthropology (review, 1968). Photocopies, typescripts.
19. Jensen, A. E. Myth and Cult (review, 1965). Photocopies, typescripts.
20. “Juvenito und sein Nachfolger” (review, 1924). Clippings.
21. Levin, M. G. History, evolutionism and diffustion (review, 1956).
22. Lips, Julius. Einleitung in die Vergleichende Völkerkunde (review, 1931). Typescript, reprints.
23. Müller, Werner. Die ältesten amerikanischen Sintfluterzählungen (review, 1930). Typescript.
24. Murdoch, George. Africa. Its Peoples and Their Culture History (review, 1960). Typescript, proofs.
25. Murdoch, George. Africa. Its Peoples and Their Culture History (review, 1960). Reprints.
26. Notes and Queries on Anthropology (review, 1952). Reprints, typescript.
27. Ratzel, Federico. Las Razas Humanes (review). Typescript.
28. Rosinger, Lawrence K. et al. The State of Asia (review, 1952). Reprints, photocopies.
29. Sauer, Marc-R. Les Races de l’Europe (review, 1954). Reprints, typescript.


Box 52
Folder

1. Schmidt, P. Wilhelm. Handbuch der kulturhistorischen Ethnologie (review, 1937). Typescript, manuscript notes.
2. Schmidt, P. Wilhelm. Handbuch der kulturhistorischen Ethnologie (review, 1937). Reprints.
3. Schmidt, P. Wilhelm. Der Ursprung der Gottesidee (review, 1959). Reprints, typescripts.
4. Schmidt, P. Wilhelm. Wege der Kulturen (review, 1955). Reprints.
5. Schmitz, Carl A. Historische Probleme in Nordost-Neuguinea, Huon Halbinsel (review, 1960). Reprints, proofs.
6. Schwidetzky, Ilse. Grundzüge der Völkerbiologie (review, 1950). Reprints, typescript.
7. Söderbäck. Rågöborna (review, 1940). Photocopies.
8. Steensberg, Axel (ed.). Dogligliv i Danmark i det nittende og tyvende århundrede (review, 1963). Reprints, typescript.
9. Teßmann, Günther. Menschen ohne Gott (review, 1928). Clippings, photocopies.
10. Theodoratus, Robert J. Europe: A Selected Bibliography (review, 1969). Typescripts.
11. Theodoratus, Robert J. Europe: A Selected Bibliography (review, 1969). Reprints.
12. Völkerkunde: zwölf Vorträge zur Einführung in ihre Probleme (review, 1960). Typescript, proofs.
13. Völkerkunde: zwölf Vorträge zur Einführung in ihre Probleme (review, 1960). Reprints.
14. Weinert, Hans. Der geistige Aufstieg der Menschheit vom Ursprung bis zur Gegenwart (review, 1952). Reprints, typescript.
15. Weiß, Carl. Pädagogische Soziologie (review, 1931). Reprints, photocopies.
16. Wilson, Monica. For men and Elders (review, 1979). Reprints, photocopies.
17. Winthuis, J. Einführung in die Vorstellungswelt primitive Völker (review, 1932). Reprint, photocopies, typescript.
18. Wirz, Paul. Der Totenkult auf Bali (review, 1928). Clipping.
19. Bibliography Paul Leser. On the occasion of his 80th birthday on February 23, 1979. Edited by Absalom Vilakazi. West Hartford, CT: University of Hartford, 1979. Multiple copies.



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Series 8: Fritz Graebner Collection, 1909-1980

Box 53
Folder

Folders 1 – 9 – writings of Fritz Graebner, original manuscripts.
1-2. Nachlass I. Includes manuscripts and notes of “Die Urvölker in ihrer Bedeutung für die Menschheitsgeschichte”.
3-4. Nachlass II.
5. Nachlass III.
6. Nachlass IV.
7. Untitled notebook.
8. “Ethnologie.” Bound typescript with corrections.
9. “Schiller als Geschichtsphilosoph. Vortrag.” Original manuscript, photocopies.

Publications by Fritz Graebner:
10. “Der afrikanische Schild” (1923/1924). Photocopy.
11. Böhmische Politik vom Tode Ottokars II. bis zum Aussterben der P?emysliden. Dissertation, 1901. Multiple copies.
12. “Causality and Culture.” Photocopy.
13. “Ein Teil des melanesischen Sprachtypus und seine Träger.” Reprint.
14. “Eine Zosimosquelle” (1905). Reprint.
15. “Der Erdofen in der Südsee” (1913). Reprint.
16. “Ethnographie” (1922). Section from book.
17. “Handel bei Naturvölkern” (1910). Photocopy.
18. “Krückenruder” (1913). Reprint.
19. “Kunst und Wissen. Der Ursprung des Staates” (1923). Photocopy.
20. “Marinestabsarzt Dr. Emil Stephan” (1909). Photocopy.
21. Metodología Ethnológica (1940). Spanish translation, photocopy.
22. El Mundo del hombre primitive (1925). Spanish translation of Das Weltbild der Primitiven, photocopy.

Box 54
Folder

1. “Noch einmal P. Schmidt und die südostaustralische Kulturgeschichte” (n.d.). Photocopy.
2. “Prof. Haberlandts Kritik der Lehre von den Kulturschichten und Kulturkreisen” (1911). Reprints.
3. “Thor und Maui” (1919/1920). Reprint.
4. “Ueber die Theorien von der Herkunft der Arier” (n.d.). Photocopy.
5. “Wanderung und Entwicklung sozialer Systeme in Australien” (1906). Reprints.
6. “Zur australischen Religionsgeschichte. Eine kritisch-methodische Studie” (Dec. 16, 1909). Photocopy.
7. “Zur Wissenschaftslehre” (1903). Photocopy.
8. Correspondence of Fritz Graebner, 1920-1930.
9. Recommendation letter by Graebner for Paul Leser, 1926.
10. Correspondence of Paul Leser with Graebner family members, 1934-1937.
11. Correspondence of Paul Leser with Paul & Margarete Graebner, 1977-1980.
12. Correspondence of Paul Leser with B. G. Teubner Verlag, 1930.
13. Reviews of Graebner’s writings.
14. Lexicon entries on Fritz Graebner, bibliographic entries.
15. Sections in books on Graebner.
16. Clippings on Graebner.
17. Obituaries on Graebner, 1934.
18. Photographs of Graebner.
19. Henninger, P. Joseph. Correspondence with Paul Leser, 1977.
20. Henninger, P. Joseph. Typescripts of articles on Graebner.
21. Henninger, P. Joseph. Seminar on P. Wilhelm Schmidt.
22. Henninger, P. Joseph. “Die kulturhistorische Methode von Fritz Graebner” (1969).
23. Leser, Paul. Notebooks from Graebner lectures, 1919-1921.
24. Leser, Paul. Notebooks from Graebner lectures, 1922.
25. Leser, Paul. Notebooks from Graebner lectures, undated.
26. Leser, Paul. Typescripts of Graebner articles.
27. Leser, Paul. “Der Bahnbrecher”. Typescripts.
28. Leser, Paul. “Bemerkungen zu den Bildern.” Typescript.
29. Leser, Paul. “Einleitung und Schluss.” Typescript.
30. Leser, Paul. “Der Forscher.” Typescript.
31. Leser, Paul. “Graebners Arbeitsweise.” Typescript.
32. Leser, Paul. “Graebners Lebenswerk.” Typescript.
33. Leser, Paul. “Graebners Verhältnis zu Bernheim.” Typescript.
34. Leser, Paul. “Graebners Vorläufer und Anreger.” Typescript.
35. Leser, Paul. “Kulturkreis.” Typescript.

Box 55
Folder

1. Leser, Paul. “Kulturwandel, Kulturstillstand, Kulturverfall.” Manuscript.
2. Leser, Paul. “Der Lehrer.” Typescript.
3. Leser, Paul. “Märchen, Missverständnisse, Irrtümer.” Typescript.
4. Leser, Paul. “Der Museumsmann.” Typescript.
5. Leser, Paul. “Noch einmal Graebner.” Manuscript.
6. Leser, Paul. “Der Professor.” Typescript.
7. Leser, Paul. “Wiederentdeckung der Graebnerschen Methode.” Manuscript.
8. Leser, Paul. Notes on Graebner from a conference, Chicago, 1947.
9-11. Miscellaneous notes & materials on Graebner.
12. Graebner, Norman. Clippings.
13. Graebner, Otto. Materials, notes.
14. Graebner, Paul. Materials, notes.
15. Graebner, Robert. Publications.
16. Graebner, Th. Publications.
17. Materials on Graebner’s contemporaries.
18. Graebner, John. Correspondence with Paul Leser, 1980.



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Series 9: Julius Lips Collection

Box 55 Continued
Folder

Correspondence files pertaining to Lips:
19. Ankermann, Bernhard, 1930-1932.
20. B. G. Teubner Verlag, 1930.
21. Baumann, Hermann, 1932.
22. Beyer, Wolfgang, 1931.
23. Block, Martin, 1930-1932.
24. Bürger, Hans, 1933.
25. Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, 1931.
26. Deutscher Museumsbund (Johannes Lehmann, Werner Noack, Martin Block), 1930-1931.
27. Deutscher Museumsbund, 1932-1933.
28. Fechter, Paul, 1932.
29. Foy, Dankwart (Nachlass Willy Foy), 1930-1932.
30. Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde (Fritz Krause, Johannes Lehmann), 1930-1931.
31. Goldschmidt, Max, 1931-1932.
32. Graebner, Paula, 1930.
33. Heydrich, Martin, 1931-1932.
34. Honigsheim, Paul, 1930-1931.
35. Kinder-Rettungs-Verein (re: Foy Nachlass), 1930.
36. Kölnische Volkszeitung, 1930-1931.
37. König, Herbert, 1930-1933.
38. Koppers, Wilhelm, 1930.
39. Krause, Fritz, 1930-1932.
40. Krickeberg, Walter, 1930-1932.
41. Kroll, Herbert, 1931, 1934.
42. Lauscher, 1931.
43. Lehmann, Johannes, 1932.
44. Lips, Julius, 1926-1931.
45. Nölting, 1931.
46. Quadflieg, Eberhard, 1930-1931.
47. Rheinische Zeitung, 1930.
48. Röck, Friedrich, 1930-1931.
49. Schmidt, P. Wilhelm, 1931-1932.
50. Sevenich, Maria, 1930-1931.


Box 56
Folder

1. Sierp, Hermann, 1931.
2. Stein, Wilhelm Freiherr von, 1930-1932.
3. Struck, 1932.
4. Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, 1930.
5. Thilenius, Georg, 1930-1932.
6. Trimborn, Hermann, 1930.
7. Vatter, Ernst, 1927-1932.
8. Zimmer (Städtisches Völkermuseum), 1932.
9. Miscellaneous correspondence, 1930-1932, 1954-1959.

Legal case files:
10-11. Martin Block vs. Julius Lips (mail tampering), 1928-1931.
12-13. Paul Leser vs. Julius Lips (general files), 1930-1932.
14. Paul Leser vs. Julius Lips (Foy Nachlass), 1930-1931.
15-16. Paul Leser vs. Julius Lips (Foy Nachlass). “Bericht über strafbare Handlungen des Privatdozenten Dr. Lips, Direktor des Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museums (Museum für Völkerkunde) zu Köln.” (Lehmann report).
17. Paul Leser vs. Julius Lips (plagiarism), 1930-1932.
18. Paul Leser vs. Julius Lips (plagiarism). Statement by Paul Leser with supporting documentation.
19. Paul Leser vs. Julius Lips (plagiarism). Opinions and statements by others.
20. Paul Leser vs. Prof. Menghin, 1931.
21. Paul Leser vs. Friedrich Röck, 1931.
22. Paul Leser vs. Friedrich Röck. Correspondence with Carl Haensel, 1931.
23. Paul Leser vs. Friedrich Röck. Correspondence with Max Lauer, 1931.
24. Paul Leser vs. Friedrich Röck. Correspondence with Paul Walter, 1931, 1934.
25. Paul Leser vs. Friedrich Röck. Affidavits, statements by others.
26. Albert Leser vs. Prof. Thorbecke, 1930.
27-28. Miscellaneous notes, materials re: legal cases.


Box 57
Folder

1. Leser, Paul. “Ein Plagiat.” Typescripts.
2. Leser, Paul. Untitled typescript about the Lips plagiarism.
3. Vatter, Ernst. “Plagiat Lips.” Typescripts.
4. zur Heyden, Hanns. “Der Fall Lips.” Typescript.
Folders 5-58: Newspaper clippings covering various aspects of the Lips plagiarism case:
5. Bergisch-Märkische Zeitung, March 15, 1933.
6. Berliner Tageblatt, May 21, 1929.
7. Braunschweigische Landeszeitung, July 23, 1931.
8. Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, March 18, 1931.
9. Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, April 28, 1931.
10. Deutsche Reichs-Zeitung, May 2, 1932.
11. Düsseldorfer Nachrichten, August 2, 1930.
12. Düsseldorfer Nachrichten, October 25, 1931.
13. Düsseldorfer Nachrichten, November 17, 1931.
14. Frankfurter Zeitung, October 5, 1928.
15. Frankfurter Zeitung, April 3, 1931.
16. Frankfurter Zeitung, August 1, 1931.
17. Frankfurter Zeitung, November 8, 1931.
18. General-Anzeiger für Elberfeld-Barmen, October 26, 1931.
19. Kölner Tageblatt, August 1, 1930.
20. Kölner Tageblatt, September 6, 1930.
21. Kölner Tageblatt, October 1, 1930.
22. Kölner Tageblatt, January 28, 1931.
23. Kölner Tageblatt, February 4, 1931.
24. Kölner Tageblatt, April 18/19, 1931.
25. Kölner Universitäts-Zeitung, Nr. 12.
26. Kölnische Volkszeitung, July 31, 1930.
27. Kölnische Volkszeitung, August 5, 1930.
28. Kölnische Volkszeitung, January 27, 1931.
29. Kölnische Volkszeitung, February 3, 1931.
30. Kölnische Volkszeitung, August 4, 1931.
31. Kölnische Zeitung, July 7, 1931.
32. Kölnische Zeitung, October 24, 1931.
33. Kölnische Zeitung, April 5, 1932.
34. Kölnische Zeitung, May 31, 1932.
35. Kölnische Zeitung, May 3, 1933.
36. Neue Freie Presse, July 30, 1931.
37. Neue Zürcher Zeitung, April 11, 1933.
38. Pariser Tageszeitung, December 5, 1939.
39. Reichspost, July 30, 1931.
40. Rheinisch-Westfälische Zeitung, August 5, 1930.
41. Rheinische Zeitung, July 31, 1930.
42. Rheinische Zeitung, August 1, 1930.
43. Rheinische Zeitung, December 19, 1930.
44. Rheinische Zeitung, January 29, 1931.
45. Rheinische Zeitung, February 5, 1931.
46. Rheinische Zeitung, July 22, 1931.
47. Rheinische Zeitung, October 24/25, 1931.
48. Rheinische Zeitung, November 13, 1931.
49. Der Samstag, January 31, 1931.
50. Stadt-Anzeiger, December 19, 1930.
51. Stadt-Anzeiger, April 2, 1931.
52. Stadt-Anzeiger, November 9, 1931.
53. Westdeutscher Beobachter, December 19, 1933.
54. Westdeutscher Beobachter, May 18, 1938.
55. Westdeutscher Beobachter, May 19, 1938.
56. Westdeutscher Beobachter, October 24, 1931.
57. Westfälische Landeszeitung, March 15, 1933.
58. Miscellaneous or unidentified clippings about Lips.
59. Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museums. Clippings.
60. Newspaper clippings, miscellaneous related topics.
61. Lips, Julius. List of publications, bibliographic references.

Folders 62-73: Publications by Julius Lips:
62. Einleitung in die Vergleichende Völkerkunde (1928). Multiple copies.
63. Einleitung in die Vergleichende Völkerkunde. Reviews by Paul Leser, Hermann Trimborn.
64. Ferdinand Lassalle. Eine Tragödie (1924).
65. “Die Anfänge des Theaters bei den Naturvölkern” (1927). Clippings, photocopies.
66. “Dr. Lips Fights Back” (1937). Clippings.
67. “Die Plastik der Naturvölker” (1929). Clipping, photocopies.
68. “Schulen ohne Bücher” (n.d.). Clippings.
69. “So sieht der Schwarze den Weissen Mann” (n.d.). Photocopies.
70. “Trap Systems among the Montagnais-Naskapi Indians of Labrador Peninsula” (1936). Reprint.
71. “Völkerkunde als Wissenschaft” (n.d.). Typescripts.
72. “Willy Foy†” (1929). Photocopy.
73. Miscellaneous publications by Lips.
74. Lips, Eva. Publications by E.L.



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Series 10: Jugendbewegung Collection, 1913-1984

Box 58
Folder

1-3 Kaiser, Wolf et al. “Fähnlein Frankfurt a/M. Orden der Rabenklasse im Nerother Bund: Chronik I. Vom 11. Oktober 1928 bis Mai 1929.” Photocopy. 289pp. 3 copies.
4-6 Kaiser, Wolf et al. “Chronik II. Von Pfingsten (Mai) 1929 bis Mitte Dezember 1929.” Photocopy. 288pp. 3 copies.
7-9 Kaiser, Wolf et al. “Chronik III. Von Weihnachten 1929 bis zum Bundestag zu Ostern 1931.” Photocopy. 511pp. 3 copies.
10-12 Kaiser, Wolf et al. “Chronik 4.” Photocopy. 557pp. 3 copies.
13 Krolle, Stefan. Die Bündische Jugend im Nationalsozialismus. Zwischen Konformität und Widerstand. Dargestellt am Beispiel des Nerother Wandervogels (1984).

Box 59
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1. Arbeitsgemeinschaft Burg Waldeck. Correspondence.
2. Deutsche Jungenschaft e.V. Correspondence.
3. Nerother Wandervogel. Correspondence.
4. Archiv der deutschen Jugendbewegung. Materials.
5. Bündische Jugend. Materials.
6. Bündischer Arbeitskreis. Materials.
7. Burg Waldeck. Materials, clippings.
8. Entscheidende Jugend. Materials.
9. Frankfurter Verein für Geschichte und Landeskultur e.V. Rundschreiben.
10. Hitlerjugend. Clippings.
11. Hochschulen. Materials.
12. Jüterboger Kriegerverein. Materials.
13. Lieder / Songs.
14. Nerother Wandervogel. Materials.
15. Nerother Wandervogel. Miscellaneous publications.
16. Oelbermann, Karl. Clippings, photographs.
17. Oelbermann, Robert. Manuscript.
18. Photographs.
19. Playbills.
20. Rheinische Jugendburgbund. Materials.
21. Wandervogel. Clippings.
22. Books on Jugendbewegung topics.
23. Miscellaneous general clippings on Jugendbewegung topics, 1917-1920.
24. Miscellaneous general clippings on Jugendbewegung topics.
25. Miscellaneous notes (Paul Leser).
26. Miscellaneous manuscripts on Jugendbewegung topics.
27. Miscellaneous Jugendbewegung publications.

Box 60
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1. Die Alabasterschale. Lagerzeitung, Nr. 3 (1965).
2. Der Aufbau. Flugblätter an Jugend, Nr. 4, 5, 6, 9, 10.
3. Aus dem Nerother Bund, Nr. 1-3 (1924).
4. Christliche Volkswacht, Nr. 3 (1932).
5. Durch Südamerika, Nr. 1 (1932).
6. Der Eisbrecher, Nr. 67 (1974), Nr. 69, Nr. 78 (1977), Nr. 80-84 (1978-79), Nr. 97-98 (1982), Nr. 1, 4 (1983), Nr. 4 (1984).
7. Fahrten und Abenteuer, n.d.
8. Freideutsche Jugend, Nr. 1-12 (1920), Nr. 1-12 (1921).
9. Die freie Schulgemeinde Nr. 1 (1920).
10. Der Herold, Nr. 1 (1926) – Nr. 8 (1928), Nr. 13/14 (1930), Nr. 18/19 – Nr. 20/21 (1932), Nr. 2-3 (1954), Nr. 4/5 (1956), Nr. 7 (1959), Nr. 13 (1983).
11. Die Hochschule, vol. 2, Nr. 1.
12. Der Jugendring, Nr. 1, 9/10 (1921).
13. Kaperbrief, Nr. 2 (1970).
14. Das Kohtenkreuz, Nr. 9 (1954).
15. Kraft und Schönheit, Nr. 5 (1913).
16. Der Mensch, Nr. 1 (1919).
17. Mitteilungen des Collie-Club, Nr. 2, 3 (1898).
18. Mitteilungen des Verbandes der Deutschen Hochschulen, Nr. 1/2 (1930), Nr. 5/6, 9/10 (1931), Nr. 1/2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 (1932), Nr. 1/2 (1933).
19. NENA. Nerother Nachrichten aus Südafrika, Nr. 18 (1970), Nr. 58 (1981), Nr. 59 (1982).
20. Nerother Stand, Nr. 1 (1930).
21. Nerother Wandervogel. Astrachan Zeitung, Nr. 12 (1975).
22. Nerother Wandervogel. Blau rote Zeitung (1964).
23. Nerother Wandervogel. Rundbrief, Nr. 5 (1955), Nr. 8 (1956), Nr. 12 (1958) – Nr. 16 (1960), Nr. 22 (1962) – Nr. 25 (1963), Nr. 30 (1966), Nr. 34 (1967), Nr. 36 (1968), Nr. 39, 41 (1969), Nr. 44 (1970) – Nr. 48 (1972), Nr. 50 (1974) – Nr. 64 (1981), Nr. 66 (1982), Nr. 70 (1984); also Jung-Wandervogel. Rundbrief, Nr. 73 (1981).
24. Der Oberreiter, Nr. 1 (1926).
25. Pädagogische Reform, Nr. 50 (1918).
26. Das Pfalzheft vom Bau Mittelrhein (n.d.). 3 copies.
27. Das Pflaumenschiff, Nr. 1 (1921).
28. Das Riff, Nr. 2, 4 (1920).
29. RingendeJugend, Nr. 1 (1920).
30. Rundbrief der Alt-Nerother, Nr. 2 (1959), Nr. 2, 3 (n.d.).
31. Rundbrief der Jungsozialistischen Gemeinschaft Frankfurt a.M., Nr. 1 (1919).
32. Der Schulkampf, Nr. 2, 3 (1928).
33. Der Stand, Nr. 2 (1931).
34. Stichwort, Nr. 1 (1979), Nr. 1 (1983), Nr. 4 (1984).
35. Unsere Strasse, Nr. 1 (1958), Nr. 13 (1960), Nr. 16 (1965).
36. Wandervogel im Rheinland, Nr. 1, 3 (1918), Nr. 1 (1919).
37. Der ‘wohltempierte’ Baybach-Bote, Nr. 11 (1962) – Nr. 13 (1963), Nr. 21 (1975).


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Series 11: Course materials (teaching materials).

Box 61
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1. Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, 1932/1933.
2. Cultural anthropology (New School).
3. Cultural anthropology. Student comments.
4. Introduction to Anthropology (New School).
5. Morals and Law among Primitive Peoples (New School).
6. The Methods of Ethnology (New School).
7. The Races of Europe (New School).
8. The Religions of Primitive Peoples (New School).
9. Anthropology of Africa (Olivet/Black Mountain).
10. Contemporary European History (Olivet).
11. Ethnology (Olivet).
12. Methods of Anthropology (Olivet).
13. Physical Anthropology (Olivet/Black Mountain).
14. Principles of Sociology (Olivet).
15. Races of Mankind (Olivet).
16. Sources of the New Testament (Olivet).
17. Anthropology of Oceania (Black Mountain).
18. Comparative Anthropology (Black Mountain).
19. Cultural Anthropology (Black Mountain).
20. Ethnology (Black Mountain).
21. History, Theories and Methods of Anthropology (Black Mountain).
22. European History from 1848 to Present (Black Mountain).
23. Introduction to Genetics (Black Mountain).
24. Physical Anthropology (Black Mountain).
25 Social Anthropology (Black Mountain).
26. Church History.
27-28. Critique of Sources.
29. Critique of Sources: Boas vs. Lowie.
30. Critique of Sources: Calverton and Schmidt.
31. Critique of Sources: Dickson vs. Musil.
32. Critique of Sources: Dreiser vs. Thompson.
33. Critique of Sources: Fortune vs. Bromilow.
34. Critique of Sources: Haddad vs. Whiting.
35. Critique of Sources: McGiffert vs. Randall.
36. Critique of Sources: Petra.
37. Critique of Sources: Readings.
38. Culture Change.
39. Examinations.
40. Examination questions.

Box 62
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1. Field Techniques in Anthropology.
2. Historical Ethnology.
3. Historiography. Student papers.
4. History of Anthropological Theories.
5. History, Theory & Methods.
6. Human Genetics.
7. Interrogation (Interview): Evolution.
8. Introduction to Anthropology.
9. Introduction to Anthropology. Student evaluations.
10. Physical Anthropology.
11. Races of Mankind.
12. Reading Lists.
13. The Role of African ethnology in a theological curriculum.
14. Social Anthropology.
15. Systems of Sociology.
16. Techniques of Anthropological Fieldwork.
17. Thesis Seminar (with Ford L. Battles).
18. Trinity College, Summer 1953.
19. Miscellaneous lecture texts & materials.


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20. Africa & Tanganyika.
21. Anmerkungen zu Sozialismus.
22. Attitudes toward Sexual Behavior.
23. Book notes.
24. Genetics & Evolution Today.
25. Importance of Understanding other cultures.
26. Krieg.
27. Methode, Quellenkritik.
28. Plagiarism.
29. Race.
30. Translations.

Box 63
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1. “Ein Wegweiser” (ca. 1915).
2. Notes, 1915.
3. Notebook, ca. 1918.
4-5. Early essays, notes on various topics (ca. 1916 – early 1920s).
6. Mannstadt, Finanzwissenschaft, 1920.
7. Miscellaneous notes, 1924.
8. Miscellaneous notes, ca. 1942.
9. Class notes, 1948.
10. Course notes, 1953.
11. Course notes, 1954.
12. Notebook, dated June 1954.
13. Course notes, 1955.
14. Notes on the plow, undated.
15. Notes on historical figures.
16. Peabody, undated.
17. English words, phrases, notes.
18. Swedish words, phrases.
19. Miscellaneous notes, undated.
20. Spiral notebooks, undated, pages numbered 1-69, 70-116, 117-163, 164-189.
21. Spiral notebooks, undated, pages numbered 189-243, 244-295, 317-366, 367-380.

Box 64
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1. Miscellaneous notes, 1968.
2. Notebooks, undated, ca. 1968-1969.
3. Notebook A, [1968].
4. Notebook B, 1968.
5. Notebook C, [1968].
6. Notebook D, [1968].
7. Notebook E, [1968].
8. Notebook F, 1968.
9. Notebook G, [1968].
10. Notebook H, 1967, 1969.
11. Miscellaneous notes, 1969.
12. Notebook, dated March 1972 – 10. August 1972; 20. Juli 1974 – 27. Juli 1974.
13. Notes on various topics, 1972-1974.
14. Miscellaneous, undated.
15. Stenographer’s notebooks (3) containing drafts of letters.


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16. Miscellaneous audio-visual materials: 3 audio tapes (Jugendbewegung topics); 2 reel-to-reel tapes; tape letter from Friedrich Klemm to Paul Leser; negative rolls (5).
17. Miscellaneous slides: archeological artifacts (3); landscape (5); vacation (1); Paul Leser in his library (1).
18. Small photo album with photographs of Paul Leser (circa 2 years – 20 years) and family members.

Boxes 65 – 68 – Leser family photographs (unsorted)
Folder

Box 69
Folder

1. Portrait photos of Paul Leser.
2. Paul Leser in Finland, ca. 1949.
3. Paul Leser’s residence, dated 11/7/1960.
4. Paul Leser and friends.
5. Paul Leser and colleagues (identified).
6. Paul Leser and colleagues (unidentified).
7. Leser family home, Plittersdorf (Bonn) on the Rhine River, Germany.
8. Photographs of 16th and 17th century Dutch portraits from the Leser family home, exhibited at the Denver Art Museum, 1946.
9. Jugendbewegung. Photos of Paul Leser, friends, places, from the 1920s and 1930s; primarily unidentified.

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1. Anthropologists.
2. Plows.
3. Farming, farm implements.
4. Artifacts.
5. Archeological sites.
6. Indigenous peoples.
7. Black Mountain College.
8. Olivet College; Olivet, Michigan.
9. Hartford Seminary Foundation; Hartford, CT.
10. Travel photos.
11. Unidentified locations.
12. Miscellaneous postcards.

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Series 14: Manuscripts, reprints and publications by other authors (** indicates oversized items, filed in Boxes 83-84)

Box 72
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1. “Die Schuld ist eine Liebesgeschichte.” Author unknown; notebook.
2. Abel, Herbert; reprint.
3. Abshagen, K.H.; book jacket.
4. Ackermann, Charles. “The Rural Demography of Medieval England.” Typescript.
5. Adams, Robert M.; reprints.
** Adler, Bruno.
6. Aereboe, Friedrich; reprint.
7. Aginsky, Burt W.; reprints.
** Aitken, Robert.
8. Akeley, Carl E.; reprint.
9. Albright, L. S.; “Christian Conversion, Co-Existence, Re-Conception or Replacement?” Typescript.
10. Almeida, António de; reprint.
11. Anderson, Gerald H. “Bibliography of The Theory of Missions in the Twentieth Century.” Typescript.
12. Anderson, Robert T.; reprints.
13. Andriolo, Karin R. “The Return of the Noble Savage in Anthropological Theory.” Typescript; “The Cost/Benefit Account of Cultural Materialism: Critique and New Directions.” Typescript; “Kulturkreislehre and the Austrian Mind.” Typescript; reprints.
14. Angel, J. Lawrence; reprints.
15. Ankermann, Bernhard; reprint.
16. Aptheker, Herbert. “Du Bois As Historian.” Typescript.
17. Arapura, John G. “Suggestions Towards a Policy for the Admission of Students from Developing Countries of the World for Advanced Studies in Theological Schools.” Typescript.
18. Arnott, Margaret L.; reprints, 1950s.
19. Arnott, Margaret L.; reprints, 1960s-1970s.
20. Arnott, Margaret L. Typescripts.
21. Arnott, Margaret L. “Food Customs Surrounding the Great Days of Easter in Greece.” Typescript of M.A. thesis.
22. Assmuth, Bernd. “Litterature – report from Finland.” Typescript.
23. Atgier; reprint.
24. Badner, Mino. “Some Evidences of Dongson-Derived Influence in the Art of the Admiralty Islands.” Typescript; reprint.
25. Baer, Gerhard; reprints.
26. Bailey, Moses; manuscript; clippings.
27. Baker, Sheridan; reprint.
28. Balassa, Iván; reprints.
29. Baldus, Herbert; reprints.
30. Baschmakoff, Alexandre; reprint.
31. Bascom, William R.; reprints.
32. Basgöz, Ilhan. “Nationalism and Folklore in Turkey.” Typescript.
33. Battles, Ford Lewis; reprints.
34. Baumann, Hermann; reprints.
35. Baumgarten, Karl; reprint.
36. Bayard, Donn; reprint.
37. Beck, Rudolf H. / Thomas F. Hill. “The Interactive Method.” Typescript.
38. Beddoe, John; reprint.
39. Begemann, Heinrich; reprint.
** Behlen, Heinrich.
40. Behn, Friedrich; reprint.
41. Béla, Gunda; reprint.
42. Bentzien, Ulrich; reprints.
43. Bentzien, Ulrich. “Second International Working Conference for Research on Ploughing Implements.” Mimeo. typescript.
44. Beranová, Magdalena. Untitled typescript, photocopy.
45. Berch, Andrea (Anders); reprint.
46. Berg, Gösta. “Die schwedische und chinesische Getreidemaschine.” Mimeo. typescript; reprints.
** Berger, Peter L.
47. “Bericht über die Einsatz bei Tetaigne.” Typescript, author unknown, dated May 22, 1940.
48. Berman, Muriel M. “A Conversation with Dr. Muriel M. Berman. Typescript.
49. Bernatzik, Max Hugo Adolf; reprints.
50. Berner, Ulrich; reprints.
51. Bertholet, Alfred; reprint.
52. Bharati, Agehananda; reprints.
53. Biasutti, Renato; reprint.
54. Bierhenke, Wilhelm; reprints.
55. Bijlefeld, Willem A. “Report of and Reflections on a Visit to Pakistan and India January-February 1977.” Typescript.

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1. Black, Isabella; reprint.
2. Black, Lydia T. “Art as a Datum of People’s History.” Typescript.
3. Blizzard, Samuel W.; reprint.
4. Blüher, Hans; covers.
5. Blümlein, Carl; reprint.
6. Boas, Franz; reprint.
7. Bogucki, Peter I. “Carrying Capacity Models and the Early Neolithic of Central Europe.” Typescript.
8. Bonino, José Míguez. “Theological Education for a Church in Transition.” Typescript.
9. Bordaz, Jacques; reprint.
10. Bornemann, E.; reprint.
11. Bornemann, Fritz; reprints.
12. Bosch-Gimpera, Pedro; reprints.
13. Bose, Walter B. L.; reprint.
14. Bradley, William. “Religion and Public Affairs.” Typescript; reprint.
15. Braidwood, Robert J.; reprints.
16. Brandewie, Ernest. “Wilhelm Schmidt and the Roots of the Methodology of Culture-History.” Typescript; reprint.
17. Bratani?, Branimir; reprints.
18. Bratani?, Branimir; manuscripts.
19. Brentjes, Burchard. “Über das Problem des Verwendungszwecke der Schuhleisten-keile des Neolithikums.” Typescript.
20. Brentjes, Burchard; reprints.
21. Bringéus, Nils-Arvid; reprints.
22. Brönner, Wolfgang; reprint.
23. Brokensha, David W.; reprint.
24. Bromley, David; reprint.
25. Brown, Harrison. “How Big Need a Big Bomb Be?” Typescript.
26. Buckman, Chester A. “Musca Domestica (An Unfinished Soliloquy).” Typescript.
27. Bühler, Alfred; reprints.
** Bürger, Hans.
28. Buettner-Janusch, John; reprint.
29. Bullen, A. K.; reprints.
30. Burckhardt-Seebass, Christine; reprint.
31. Burgmann, Arnold; reprints.
32. Byhan, Arthur; reprints.
33. Campbell, ?ke; reprints.
34. Cardoso, Carlos Lopes; reprints.
35. Carneiro, Robert L.; reprints.
36. Cederström, Rudolf; reprints.
37. Chakerian, Charles G.; reprints.
38. Chamberlain, John; reprint.
39. Chernoff, John Miller; abstract.
40. Civrieux, Marc de; reprint.
41. Clark, Walter Houston. “The Place of Drugs in the Religion of the Counter Culture.” Typescript; reprints.
** Claudel, Calvin.
42. Cline, Howard F.; reprint.
43. Cloete, Stuart; clippings.
44. Closs, Alois; reprint.
45. Coelho, Maria Angelina Teixeira; reprint.
46. Comas, Juan; reprint.
47. Comhaire-Sylvan, S.; reprints.
48. Conklin, Harold C.; reprints.
49. Coulborn, Rushton. “Uniformities in History.” Typescript; reprints.
50. Count, Earl W.; reprints.
51. Cox, Harvey L.; reprints.
52. Cragg, Kenneth. “Near East Christian Council Study Program in Islam.” Mimeo. typescript.
53. Cressy, Earl Herbert. “City Churches in East Asia.” Typescript.
54. Dahlberg, Albert A.; reprints.
55. Dalquen, J. M.; reprint.
56. Darnell, Regna; reprint.
57. Daudi, Philippe; reprint.
58. de Josselin de Jong, P. E.; reprint.
59. Delamarre, Mariel J.-Brunhes. “L’outillage agricole premachniste en Bretagne.” Mimeo. typescript.
60. “Dem Andenken an Gregor Mendel”; reprint.
61. Desroche, Henri; reprint.
62. Dettmer, Bob. “The Blue Journal.” Mimeo. typescript.
63. DeWalt, Billie R.; reprint.
64. Diamond, Stanley; reprint.
65. Dias, Jorge; reprints.
66. Dias, Margot; reprints.
67. Diggs, Irene; reprints.
68. Dittmer, Kunz; reprints.
69. Dodd/Wainwright. “The Leading Question.” Typescript.
70. Dohna, Graf zu; reprint.
71. Dosedla, Heinz-Christian; reprints.
72. Douglas, Elmer H.; reprint.

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1. Duffey, Joseph. “Law and Society.” Typescript; “The Corporation and the Individual.” Typescript.
2. Dunger, George A. “An African Marriage Survey.” Mimeo. typescript.
3. Dunn, Stephen P. “Notes on Aims, Methods, and Style in Current Soviet Ethnography.” Typescript.
4. Dupierreux, Richard; reprint.
5. du Toit, Brian M. “The Development and Profession of Anthropology in the Netherlands.” Typescript.
6. Ebeling, Walter; reprint.
7. Eberhard, Wolfram; reprints.
8. Eckert, Georg; reprint.
9. Edel, Abraham; reprints.
10. Edel, May; reprint.
11. Egenter, Nold; reprints.
** Ehrenreich, P.
12. Ehrich, Robert W. “On the Persistences and Recurrences of Culture Areas and Culture Boundaries During the Course of European Prehistory, Protohistory, and History.” Mimeo. typescript; “Ceramics and Man: A Cultural Perspective.” Mimeo. typescript.
13. Ehrich, Robert W.; reprints.
14. Elbert, Joh.; reprint.
15. Emsheimer, Ernst; reprints.
16. Epstein, Klaus; reprint.
17. Eriksson, Manne; reprints.
18-19. Erixson, Sigurd; reprints.
20. Erixson, Sigurd; manuscripts.
** Eskeröd, Albert.
21. Estel, Leo; reprint.
22. Estermann, Carlos; reprints.
23. Fahnbulleh, Fatima M.; reprints.
24. Farmer, Malcolm F.; reprint.
25. Feilberg, Carl Gunnar; reprint.
26. Feldkeller, Paul; reprints.
27. Fennelly, Catherine. “The Industrial Revolution and the New England Village, 1790-1840.” Typescript.
28. Fenton, Alexander; reprints.
29. Fenton, William N.; reprint.
30. Finestone, Harold; reprint.
31. Finscher, Helmut; reprint.
** Fischer, Eugen.
32. Fischer, J. L. “Ethnic Relations on Ponape, 1800 to Present.” Typescript.
33. Fishman, Leo; reprints.
34. Fishwick, Marshall; reprint.
35. Flor, Fritz; reprint.
36. Foerster, Erich; reprints.
** Ford, Josephine Massyngberde.
37. Forni, Gaetano; reprints; manuscripts.
** Fortuyn, A. B. Droogleever.
38. Fouss, E.-P.; reprints.
39. Frantz, Ch. “The 20th Century Development of U.S. Anthropology: Universities, Government, and the Private Sector.” Typescript.
40. Fraser, Douglas; reprint.
41. Freilich, Morris. “The Comparative Method: Name it a rose and twill sweetly smell.” Typescript.
42. Fried, Morton H.; reprint.
43. Friederici, G.; reprints.
44. Friedl, Ernestine; reprint.
45. Friedlaender, Benedict; reprint.
46. Friis, Herman R. “The Cartographic Record: A Challenging Source for the Study of the History of the United States.” Typescript.
47. Frimannslund, Rigmor; reprints.
48. Frobenius, Leo; reprints.
49. Gabel, C.; reprint.
50. Ganslmayr, Herbert; reprint.
51. Garn, Stanley M.; reprints.
** Gavazzi, Milovan.
52. Geertz, Clifford; reprint.
53. Gesell, Silvio; reprints.
54. Gleason, H. A. Jr.; reprints.
55-56. Gleason, H. A. Jr. “Introduction to Descriptive Linguistics.” Typescript.

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1. Gleason, H. A. Jr. “The Architecture of Language and the Strategy of Description.” Typescript.
2. Goetz, Hans Herbert; clippings.
3. Goetz, Hermann; reprints.
4. Goff, Charles W.; reprint.
5. Goldschmidt, Walter; reprint.
6. Golightly, Cornelius L.; reprints.
7. Good, Paul; reprint.
8. Granlund, John; reprints.
9. Grau, Rudolf; reprint.
10. Graul, Ilse; reprint.
11. Greenberg, Leon A.; reprint.
12. Gretzer, W.; reprint.
13. Gropengießer, Hermann; reprint.
14. Grosse, E.; reprint.
15. Grottanelli, Vinigi L.; reprints.
16. Grounds, Vernon. “The Case Against Cooperation with the National Council and the World Council of Churches.” Typescript.
17. Gunda, Béla; reprint.
18. Gunn, Harold D.; reprints.
19. Gusinde, Martin; reprints.
20. Haberland, Eike; reprints.
21. Haddad, Anis Charles; bibliography.
22. Hadidjian, Dikran. “Prinderella and the Cince” and “The Mion and the Louse”. Typescripts.
23. Haekel, Josef; reprints.
24. Hagen, B.; reprint.
25. Hallowell, A. Irving; reprints.
26. Halpern, Joel. “East European Peasantries – Interwar Perspectives from Economics, Ethnology and Social Anthropology.” Typescript.
** Hambly, W. D.
27. Handsman, Russell G. “Machines and Gardens: Structures in and Symbols of America’s Past.” Typescript.
28. Hartmann, Horst; reprint.
29. Haudricourt, André G.; reprints.
30. Heath, Dwight B. “Land Tenure and Social Organization: An Ethnohistorical Study from the Bolivian Orients.” Mimeo. typescript.
31. Hecker, Howard M. “Domestication Reconsidered: Its Implications for Faunal Analysis.” Mimeo. typescript.
32. Hedden, Mark; reprints.
33. Hedden, Mark. “Evidence for Eurasian Influences on the Prehistoric Art of the Columbia River, Washington and Other Areas of the Western Hemisphere.” Typescript.
** Hedenus, H.
34. Hedin, Svend; reprint.
35. Heimpel, Hermann; reprint.
36. Heine-Geldern, Robert; reprints, 1930s & 1940s.
37. Heine-Geldern, Robert; reprints, 1950s.
38. Heine-Geldern, Robert; reprints, 1960s.
39. Heine-Geldern, Robert. “One Hundred Years of Ethnological Theory in the German-Speaking Countries: Some Milestones” (Dec. 1964) – numerous copies. 40. Heine-Geldern, Robert; manuscripts.
41. Helwig, Werner; reprints, clippings.
42. Helwig, Werner. “Memorandum Helwig.” Typescript.
43. Hendon, Rufus S.; reprint.
44. Henninger, Joseph; reprints, 1950s.
45. Henninger, Joseph; reprints, 1960s.
46. Henninger, Joseph; reprints, 1970s.
47. Henninger, Joseph. “Fritz Graebner und die kulturhistorische Methode der Ethnologie. Zum 100. Geburtstag von Fritz Graebner (4. März 1977).” Typescript.

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1. Hentig, Hans von; reprint.
2. Herculano de Carvalho, José de; reprint.
3. Herman, Lawrence; reprints.
4. Herrmann, Ferdinand; reprint.
5. Herskovits, Melville J.; reprints.
6. Herzog, Rolf; reprint.
7. Heun, Eugen; reprints; manuscripts.
** Heydrich, M.
8. Hilger, M. Inez; reprints.
9. Himmelheber, Hans; reprint.
10. Hirschberg, Walter; reprints.
11. Hockett, Charles D.; reprints.
** Höltker, Georg.
12. Hofer, Tomas. “Anthropologists and Native Ethnographers in Central European Villages: Comparative Notes on the professional personality of two disciplines.” Typescript.
13. Hohlfeld, Maurice; reprint.
14. Honigsheim, Paul; reprints, 1920s; bibliography.
15. Honigsheim, Paul; reprints, 1930s.
16. Honigsheim, Paul; reprints, 1940s.
17. Honigsheim, Paul; reprints, 1950s.
18. Honigsheim, Paul; reprints, 1960s.
19. Honigsheim, Paul; manuscripts.
20-21. Honigsheim, Paul; class syllabi & outlines.
22. Hoops, Johannes; reprint.
23. Hornbostel, Erich M. von; reprints.
24. Horner, Norman A. “A Theological Curriculum with International Dimensions.” Typescript.
25. Horovitz, Samuel B.; reprint.
** Horwitz, Hugo Th.
26. Hübner, A. H.; reprints.
** Hultkrantz, ?ke.
27. Hungiville, Maurice; reprints.
28. Hymes, Dell H. “Toward a History of Linguistic Anthropology.” Typescript.
29. Iglehart, Charles. “The Dialectic of the World Christian Mission.” Typescript.
30. Internationaler Arbeitskreis Sonnenberg; reprints.
31. Isaac, Erich; reprints.
32. Ishida, Eiichiro; reprints.
33. Italiaander, Rolf; reprints.
34. Jacobeit, Wolfgang; reprints.
35. Jacobeit, Wolfgang; manuscripts.
36. Jacobs, Walter Darnell; reprint.
37. Jaenecke-Nickel, Johanna; reprints.
38. Jankuhn, Herbert; reprint.
39. Jansson, Sam Owen; reprints.
40. Jaritz, Kurt; reprints.
41. Jensen, Adolf E.; reprints.
42. Je?ábek, Richard; reprints.

Box 77
Folder

1. Jirlow, Ragnar; reprints, undated.
2. Jirlow, Ragnar; reprints, 1920s.
3. Jirlow, Ragnar; reprints, 1930s.
4. Jirlow, Ragnar; reprints, 1940s.
5. Jirlow, Ragnar; reprints, 1950-1953.
6. Jirlow, Ragnar; reprints, 1955-1961.
7. Jiro, Iinuma; reprint.
8. Johanson, Donald; reprints.
9. Johanson, Donald; manuscripts.
10. Johnson, Charlotte I.; reprint.
11. Johnston, Robert M.; manuscripts.
12. Jokipii, Mauno; reprint.
** Kaiser, Wolfgang.
13. Kallen, Horace M.; reprint.
14. Kaplan, Bernice A.; reprint.
15. Kapp, Franz; reprint.
16. Karsten, Rafael; reprints.
17. Kasdan, Leonard; reprint.
18. Kauffmann, Hans Eberhard; reprints, 1937-1959.
19. Kauffmann, Hans Eberhard; reprints, 1960-1965.
20. Kauffmann, Hans Eberhard; reprints, 1966-1971.
21. Kaufmann, Christian; reprint.
22. Kayser, Vilhelm. “Jagd auf Eingeborene.” Typescript.
** Keintzel, Raimar E.
23. Keiter, Friedrich; reprints.
24. Kendall, Edward C.; reprint.
25. Khera, Sigrid; reprints.
26. Kideckel, David A. “Secular Ritual and Social Change: A Romanian Case.” Typescript.
27. Klein, Ernst; reprint.
28. Knabenhans, Alfred; reprints.
29. Knolle, Martin. “Father’s Always Right.” Typescript.
30. Koch, Gerd; reprints.
31. Koch-Grünberg, Theodor; reprint.
32. König, Herbert; reprint.
33. Koenig, Karl F. “An American Student in Leipzig (1932-33).” Typescript.
34. Koppers, Wilhelm; reprints, 1920s-1930s.
35. Koppers, Wilhelm; reprints, 1950s-1960s.
36. Kopytoff, Igor; reprint.
37. Košak, Vera; reprint.
38. Kossinna, Gustaf; memorial volume (1932).
39. Kothe, Heinz; reprints.
40. Kova?evi?, Josip; reprints.
41. Kovács, L. K.; reprint.
42. Kraft, Charles; reprint; manuscripts.
43. Kraft, Viktor; reprint.
44. Krama?ík, Jaroslav; reprint; manuscript.
45. Kramer, Fritz L.; reprints.
46. Krause, Fritz; reprints.

Box 78
Folder

1. Krenek, Ernst; reprint.
2. Kretzenbacher, Leopold; reprint.
3. Krickeberg, Walter; reprint.
4. Kroll, Hubert; reprint.
5. Krüger, Fritz; reprints.
6. Kükenthal; reprint.
7. Kunst, Jaap; reprint.
8. La Baume, Wolfgang; reprints.
** Lagercrantz, Sture.
9. Lajos, Takács; reprints.
10. Lanckoronska, Maria Gräfin; reprints.
11. Laporte, Paul M.; reprints.
12. Larsen, Hjalmar; reprints.
13. Lasker, Gabriel Ward; reprints.
** Leakey, M. D. & L. S. B.
14. LeBar, Frank M.; reprint.
15. Lebzelter, Viktor; reprints.
16. Lee, Dorothy; reprint.
17. Leeds, Anthony; manuscripts.
18. Leenhardt, Maurice; reprints.
19. Lehmann, Dorothea; reprint.
20. Lehmann, Johannes; reprints.
21. Lerche, Grith; reprints.
22. Lersch, Heinrich; reprint.
23. Leser, Walter; notebooks.
24. Lessa, William A.; reprint.
25. Lesser, Alexander; reprint.
26. Levi-Strauss, Claude; bibliography.
27. Levy, Jerrold E.; reprints.
28. Levy, Jerrold E.; manuscripts.
29. Lewin-Dorsch, Eugen; manuscripts.
30. Lewin-Dorsch, Eugen; reprints.
31. Lindblom, Gerhard; reprints.
32. Lindfors, Bernth. “Cyprian Ekwensi: An African Popular Novelist.” Typescript.
33. Lindig, Wolfgang H.; reprints.
34. Lingis, Juozas; reprints.
35. Little, Kenneth; reprint.
36. Littmann, Enno; reprint.
37. Löffler, Lorenz G.; reprints.
38. Lohss, Max; reprints.
39. Lommel, Andreas; reprints.
** Lowie, Robert H.
40. Lucas, Jack A.; manuscripts.
41. Lühning, Arnold; reprints.
42. Lundman, Bertil; reprints.
43. Luschan, F. v. reprints.
44. Lynch, Frank; reprint.
45. Maaß, Alfred; reprint.
46. Malinowski, Bronislaw; reprints.
47. Manndorff, Hans. “Die Lokalinterpretation. Eine grundsätzliche Studie zur Methode der Kulturhistorik der schriftlosen Menschen.” Typescript, photocopy.
48. Manshard, W.; reprint.
49. Mareschal, Jeanne-Marie; reprint.
50. Marmora, Albert de la. “Voyage en Sardaigne. Attrezzi Rurali.” Typescript.
51. Martins, Joachim; reprint.
52. Masters, William H. / Johnson, Virginia E.; reprints.
53. Mathews, R. H.; reprints.
54. Matthews, Harold S. “Lessons to be Learned from the Experiences of Christian Missions in China.” Mimeo. typescript.
55. May, Mark A.; reprint.
56. McArthur, Harvey K.; reprints; typescript.
57. McCall, D. F. “R.B. vs. Historical Ethnology.” Typescript.
58. Meier, Joseph; reprint.
59. Melady, Thomas Patrick; reprint.
60. Menghin, Oswald; reprint.
61. Merton, Robert K.; reprint.
62. Métraux, Alfred; reprints.
63. Meyer, Eduard; reprints.
64. Meyer-Lübke, W.; reprint.
** Meyerson, ?ke.
65. Michelson, Peter; reprints.
66. Milke, Wilhelm; reprints.
67. Miller, Payson (Reverend); sermons.
68. Miller, Elmer S.; reprints.
69. Miller, Elmer S. “Pentecostalism among the Argentine Toba.” Typescript.

Box 79
Folder

1. Miller, Elmer S.; manuscripts.
2. Miller, Margaret E.; reprint.
3. Mills, James Philip; reprint.
4. Misra, Bhabagrahi; reprint.
5. Moebius, P.; reprint.
6. Möller, Helmut; reprints.
7. Møller, Kristen; reprint.
8. Moerchen, Fr.; reprint.
9. Morris, Richard Knowles; reprints.
10. Morrison, Charles. “Notes for a Study of Indian Imperial Ethnography & the Role of British Officials as Anthropologists in South Asia.” Typescript.
11. Morton-Williams, P.; reprint.
12. Moss, Len. “In Quest of the Black Virgin: She is Black Because She is Black.” Typescript.
** Mostny, Greta.
13. Mowrer, O. Hobart; reprints.
14. Mühlmann, Wilhelm E.; reprints.
15. Müller, Ernst Wilhelm; reprints.
16. Müller, Werner; reprint.
** Müller-Wismar, W.
17. Muhsam, H. V.; reprint.
18. “The Murngin Controversy.” Unauthored typescript.
19. Murphy, Robert F.; reprint.
20. Nabholz-Kortascheff, Marie-Louise; reprints.
21. Nachtigall, Horst; reprints.
22. Nadel, Stanley. “German Particularism in the New World Metropolis: The Persistence of Regional Identity in Mid-nineteenth Century New York.” Typescript.
23. Nadler, Josef; reprint.
24. Nándor, Ikvai; reprint.
25. Narr, Karl J.; reprints.
26. Nash, Dennison; reprints.
27. The National Association of Foreign Student Advisers (NAFSA); reprint.
28. Nellemann, George; reprints.
29. Nernst, W.; reprint.
30. Nettelbladt, Sölve; reprint.
31. Neukamp, Franz; reprints.
32. Nickel, Karl Eugen; reprint.
33. Niederle, L. “Hakenpflug und Pflug.” Typescript.
34. Nilsson, Albert; reprints.
35. Nordberg, Tord O:son; reprint.
36. Notopoulos, James A.; reprints.
37. Nuoffer, Oskar; reprint.
38. Numelin, Ragnar; reprint.
** Oelbermann, Robert.
39. Olderogge, D. A.; reprint.
** Olson, Howard S.
40. Oncken, Hermann; reprint.
41. Oppenheimer, Katharine. “An Unexpected Meeting with Albert Schweitzer – A Cherished Memory.” Typescript.
42. Oppenheimer, Oscar; reprints.
43. Orel, Boris; reprint.
44. Oschinsky, Lawrence; reprints.
45. Parain, Charles; reprints.
46. Parkinson, R.; reprint.
47. Parsons, Robert T.; reprint.
48. Patai, Raphael; reprints.
49. Patterson, G. James. “National Styles in the Development and Profession of Anthropology: The Case of Romania.” Typescript.
50. Paul, Irven. “Some Observations of the Christian Mission in Latin America. A visit to eleven countries of Central and South America, August 23-January 8, 1958-59.” Typescript.
51. Paul, Robert S.; reprint.
52. Pauli, Hanna; clipping.
53. Pereira, Benjamin Enes; reprint.
54. Peßler, Willi; reprints (photocopies).
55. Petersen, H.; reprint.
56. Petri, Hans-Hermann; reprints.
57. Pichl, W. J.; reprint.
58. Planhol, M. X. de; reprint.
59. Plaut, Paul; reprint.
60. Plenge, Johann; reprints.
61. Plischke, Hans; reprints.
62. Podach, E. F.; reprint.
63. Podolák, Jan; reprints.
64. Potekhin, I.; reprint.
65. Pouillon, Jean; reprint.
66. Presler, H. H.; reprint.
67. Priest, John; reprints.
68. Prümm, Karl; reprint.
69. Ränk, Gustav. “Report on the ard investigations in Estonia.” Typescript; reprints.
70. Rahbar, Daud; typescripts.
71. Rahmann, Rudolf; reprints.
72. Rasmussen, Holger; reprints.
73. Reinemann, John Otto; reprint.
74. Reining, Conrad C.; reprint.
75. Reining, Priscilla Copeland; reprints.
76. Revelle, Roger; reprint.

Box 80
Folder

1. Reynolds, Harriet R.; typescripts; reprints.
2. Reynolds, Hubert; typescripts; reprints.
3. Reyner, Anthony S.; reprint.
4. Rhenman, Eric; reprint.
5. Richards, M. C.; clippings.
6. Ripley, S. Dillon; clipping.
7. Ritter, Gerhard; reprint.
8. Robinson, Burnett; typescripts.
9. Rohan-Csermak, Géza de; reprints.
10. Rohan-Csermak, Géza de; typescripts.
11. Rohner, Ronald P.; reprints.
12. Rohner, Ronald P.; typescripts.
13. Rosen, Eric von; reprint.
14. Rosenthal, Jo. “Stars, Spaceships and Society: A Study of American Science Fiction.” Typescript.
15. Rotenberg, Robert. “Changing Patterns of Mealtimes in Vienna, Austria.” Typescript.
16. Rüstow, Alexander; reprints.
17. Šach, František; reprints.
18. Šach, František; typescripts.
19. Sackett, Marjorie. “Meatless Dishes among the Volga Germans of Ellis County, Kansas.” Typescript.
20. Saldana, P. H. “Race Admixture in Chile.” Typescript.
21. Salzmann, Zden?k. “Czech Ethnography Since World War II.” Typescript; reprint.
22. Sandklef, Albert; reprints.
23. Sandred, Karl Inge; reprints.
24. Sarasin, Fritz; reprint.
25. Sarmela, Matti; reprint.
** Sazenhofen, Gabriele von.
26. Schaber, Will; reprints; clippings; photocopies.
** Schacht, Hjalmar.
27. Schäfer, Friedrich L.; reprints.
28. Schebesta, Paul; reprint.
29. Scherman, Lucien; reprints.
30. Schinkel, Hans-Georg; reprint.
31. Schlesier, Erhard; reprints.
32. Schlesier, Karl-Heinz; reprint.
33. Schmeltz, J. D. E.; reprint.
34. Schmidt, Leopold; reprints.
35. Schmidt, Leopold. “Antike und mittelalterliche Pflugscharen in Österreich.” Typescript.
** Schmidt, P. Wilhelm.
36. Schmitz, Carl A.; reprints.
37. Schmitz, Carl A.; typescripts.
38. Schneider, Gilbert A.; reprints.
39. Schneider, Gilbert A. “Cameroons Creole.” Mimeo. typescript; “A Preliminary Glossary. English > Pidgin English (Wes-Kos).” Mimeo. typescript.
40. Schneider, Gilbert A. “Kom Material Culture.” Mimeo. typescript.
** Snethlage, E. Heinrich.
41. Schoeps, Hans-Joachim; reprints, clippings.
42. Scholte, Bob; typescripts.
43. Scholte, Bob; reprints.
44. Schott, Rüdiger; reprints.
45. Schuchat, Molly G. “Love Food, Life Food.” Typescript.
46. Schütz, Jacob Hubert; reprints.
47. Schulze, C. Richard; reprint.
48. Schuman, E. L. [Leon]; reprint.
49. Schumpeter, Joseph; reprint.
50. Schuster, Carl; reprints.
51. Schuster, Meinhard; reprints.
52. Schwabedissen, Hermann; reprints.

Box 81
Folder

1. Seale, Morris S.; reprint.
2. Seltzer, Carl C.; reprints.
3. Seweryn, Tadeusz; reprint.
4. Shahn, Ben. “Aspects of Realism.” Mimeo. typescript.
5. Shippee, Arthur. “The Mirror of Time: Myth, History and Freedom.” Typescript.
6. Sieber, S. A.; reprints.
7. Silvert, Kalman H.; reprint.
8. Simmons, Donald C.; reprints.
9. Simonsson, Sten; reprint.
10. Simoons, Frederick J.; reprints.
11. Singer, Henry A.; reprints.
12. Singer, Ronald; reprints.
13. Skasa-Weiß, Eugen; typescripts; clippings.
14. Skoglund, John E. “The Missionary Significance of Lund.” Mimeo. typescript.
15. Smalley, William A.; reprints.
16. Smith, Donald P.; reprint.
17. Smith, Marian W.; reprint.
18. Smith, Robert E.; typescripts.
19. Smith, Robert E.; reprints.
20. Smock, Audrey C. & David R.; reprint.
21. Smolla, Günter; reprints.
22. Sobchenko, A. I. “Africa in Contemporary American Ethnographic Literature.” Typescript.
23. Söderberg, Bertil; reprints.
24. Solenberger, Robert R. “The Changing Role of Rice in the Marianas Islands.” Typescript.
25. Sordinas, Augustus; reprint; clipping.
26. Sordinas, Augustus; typescripts.
27. Soreil, Arsène; reprint.
28. Sorenson, E. Richard; reprint.
29. Spannaus, G.; reprints.
30. Speiser, Felix; reprints.
31. Springer, George P.; reprint.
32. Sramko, B. A. “Der Hakenpflug der Bronzezeit in der Ukraine.” Typescript.
33. Stafford, Russell Henry; reprint.
34. Stagl, Justin; reprint.
35. Steensberg, Axel; reprints 1936-1945.
36. Steensberg, Axel; reprints 1950s.
37. Steensberg, Axel; reprints 1960-1982.
38. Steensberg, Axel; typescripts.
39. Steggerda, Morris; reprints 1928-1939.
40. Steggerda, Morris; reprints, 1940-1950.
41. Steggerda, Morris. “Anthropometry of the Living.” Typescript.
42. Steinitz, Wolfgang; reprints.
43. Sternberg, Leo J.; reprint.
44. Stewart, T. D.; reprints.
45. Stiglmayr, Engelbert; reprints.
46. Stocking, George W. Jr. “The History of Anthropology: Where, Whence, Whither?” Typescript; reprint.
47. Strasser, Judith; reprints.
48. Straube, Helmut. “Leo Frobenius.” Typescript (photocopy); reprint.
49. Strömbom, Nils; reprints.
50. Struck, Bernhard; reprints.
51. Strübel, Hans; reprint.
52. Sturtevant, William C.; reprints.
53. Svärdström, Svante; reprint.
54. Svensson, Sigfrid; reprints.
55. Svensson, Sigfrid. “On the Concept of Cultural Fixation.” Typescript.
56. Swadesh, Morris; reprints.
57. Szalay, M. “Vom Feld zum Archiv.” Typescript.

Box 82
Folder

1. Takács, Lajos; reprints.
2. Temehameha, Merla; typescript.
3. Tenbruck, Friedrich H.; reprint.
4. Thilenius, Georg; reprints.
5. Thörnell, G.; reprint.
6. Thomsen, Thomas; reprints.
7. Thurnwald, Richard C.; reprints.
8. Ting, Nai-tung; abstract.
9. Többen; reprint.
10. Toivonen, Y. H.; reprint.
11. Tokarew, S. A.; reprints.
12. Tolstoy, Paul; reprints.
13. Torday, E.; reprint.
14. Trimborn, Hermann; reprints.
15. Turmangelov, B. “Stand und Entwicklungsperspektiven des Bulgarischen ethnographischen Atlas.” Typescript.
16. Vajda, László; reprints.
17. Vakarelski, Christo; reprints.
18. Valentin, Veit. “Geschichtsfälschungen.” Typescript.
19. van der Poel, J. M. G.; reprints.
20. Vannicelli, Luigi; reprints.
21. Vatter, Ernst; reprint; clippings.
22. Vatuk, Ved Prakash; abstract.
23. Veiga de Oliveira, Ernesto; reprints.
24. Vidich, Arthur; reprints.
** Vilakazi, Absalom.
25-26. Vilakazi, Herbert; manuscripts.
27. Vilkuna, Kustaa; reprints.
28. Vincze, István; reprints.
29. Voegelin, Carl F.; reprint.
30. Voegelin, Eric; reprint.
31. Voegelin, Erminie W.; reprints.
32. Wagatsuma, Hiroshi. “The Development and Profession of Cultural Anthropology in Japan.” Typescript.
** Waldow, H. Eberhard.
33. Waldschmidt, Ernst; reprint.
34. Walk, Leopold; reprints.
35. Wallis, Ruth Sawtell; reprint.
36. Wallis, Wilson D.; reprints; typescript.
37. Wallmark, Lennart; reprint.
38. Warner, Wellman J.; reprint.
39. Washburn, Sherwood L.; reprints.
40. Watkins, Mark Hanna; reprint.
41. Watson, Cecil. “Schismatic Groups and the Church of God.” Typescript.
42. Weber, Gertrud & Matthias Strecker; reprint.
43. Weber-Kellermann, Ingeborg; reprints.
44. Weihe, Carl; reprints.
45. Weiss, Richard; reprint.
46. Welmers, William E. “List of Words, Phrases, and Sentences for a survey of African Languages.” Typescript.
47. Wentscher, Else; reprint; clipping.
48. Wenzel-Burchard, Gertrud; manuscript.
49. Wenzel-Burchard, Gertrud; typescripts.
50. Werner, Oswald; abstract.
51. Wernhart, Karl L. “On Culture History and Ethnohistory in Vienna.” Typescript.
52. Werth, Emil; reprint.
53. White, Lynn Jr.; reprints.
54. White, Tim D.; reprints.
55. Wiedemann, A.; reprint.
56. Wiegelmann, Günter; reprints.
57-58. Wildhaber, Robert; reprints.
59. Wilk, Stan. “The Individual and Symbolic Anthropology: The Teaching of a Human Life.” Typescript.
60. Willems, Emilio; reprints.
61. Williams, Robin M. Jr.; reprint.
** Wilson, Monica.

Box 83
Folder

1. Winchell, Wallace; abstract.
2. Wölfel, Josef & Walter Hirschberg; reprint.
3. Wolfe, Alvin William; reprint.
4. Wolfram, Richard; reprint.
** Wright, Milton S. J.
** Wyneken, Gustav.
** Young, Andrew.
5. Zerreis, Otto; reprints.
6. Zirkle, Conway; reprint.
7. Zwernemann, Jürgen; reprints.

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Oversized Folders

8. Adler, Bruno; reprints.
9. Aitken, Robert; typescripts; reprints.
10. Behlen, Heinrich; clipping.
11. Berger, Peter L.; typescripts.
12. Berger, Peter L.; reprints.
13. Bürger, Hans; reprints.
14. Claudel, Calvin. “The Folklore in the Gospel According to Saint Matthew.” Typescript.
15. Ehrenreich, P.; reprints.
16. Eskeröd, Albert; reprint.
17. Fischer, Eugen; reprints.
18. Ford, Josephine Massyngberde. “Sovereignty in Revelation and the Gospel of John.” Typescript.
19. Fortuyn, A. B. Droogleever. “’Shift’ and ‘Non-Genetic Sib Resemblance’ Affecting the Inheritance of Quantitative Characters.” Bound typescript.
20. Gavazzi, Milovan; reprints.
21. Hambly, W. D.; reprint.
22. Hedenus, H.; reprint.
23. Heydrich, Martin; reprints.
24. Höltker, Georg; reprints.
25. Horwitz, Hugo Th.; reprints.
26. Hultkrantz, ?ke; reprints (mostly photocopies).
27. Kaiser, Wolfgang; typescripts.
28. Kaiser, Wolfgang; reprints.
29. Keintzel, Raimar E.; reprints; clippings.
30. Lagercrantz, Sture; reprints.
31. Leakey, M. D. & L. S. B.; reprints.

Box 84
Folder

1. Lowie, Robert H.; reprint.
2. Meyerson, ?ke; reprints.
3. Mostny, Greta; typescripts.
4. Müller-Wismar, W.; reprint.
5. Oelbermann, Robert; photocopies.
6. Olson, Howard S.; typescripts.
7. Sazenhofen, Gabriele von; reprint.
8. Schacht, Hjalmar; clipping.
9. Schmidt, P. Wilhelm; reprints.
10. Snethlage, E. Heinrich; reprint.
11. Vilakazi, Absalom; reprint; typescript.
12. Waldow, H. Eberhard. “Die Umbanda-Religion in Brasilien.” Typescript (photocopy).
13. Wilson, Monica; typescripts; reprints.
14. Wright, Milton S. J.; reprint.
15. Wyneken, Gustav; reprints.
16. Young, Andrew. “Some Thoughts On ‘The Challenge of the 70’s’.” Typescript.
17. Young, Andrew; clippings about.


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Series 15: Pamphlets

Box 85
Folder

1. A Pocket Reference Guide. Army, Navy, Marine Corps Insignia (1943).
2. Alien Property Today (n.d.).
3. The Beginning of World Government (n.d.).
4. Bishop Oxnam and the Un-American Activities Committee (June 1953).
5. Cardinal Bertram and the Polishness of Opole Silesia (1960).
6. Communist Infiltration in the United States (1946).
7. Experimental Operations on Prisoners of Ravensbrück Concentration Camp (1960).
8. Facts About the World’s Largest Liner Queen Elizabeth (Aug. 1946).
9. The FBI Laboratory (n.d.).
10. Der Flughafen der Stadt Köln (n.d.).
11. From Darkness to Light. New Developments in British Africa (Dec. 1949).
12. Handbook for Fellowships of Muslims and Christians (1954).
13. Hugo Steiner Prag 1880-1945. Exhibition. Paintings, Drawings, Prints (1947).
14. Ideology and Co-existence. Moral Re-Armament (Sept. 1959).
15. Introducing the Colonies (1949).
16. Irredentism and Provocation. A Contribution to the History of German Minority in Poland (1960).
17. The Myth of the Nation Without Space (1961).
18. The Nazi Tyranny (1961).
19. 1955. Year of Decision. A Survey of the Clark Proposals for Revising the United Nations Charter (July 1952).
20. The Population Bomb: Is Voluntary Human Sterilization The Answer? (n.d.).
21. Präsident Carter in Frankfurt (Oct. 1978).
22. South African Quiz (1957).
23. Terezin 1942-1945. Through the Eyes of Norbert Troller (1981).
24. The United Nations (1958).
25. What to do about China (n.d.).
26. American Civil Liberties Union. “The Sacred Fire of Liberty” (n.d.).
27. American Historical Association. Job Ben Solomon and Abd al-Rahm?n: The Stories of Two Men in Slavery (1970).
28. Auerbach, Alfred. Kampf um die Erde (Juli 1925).
29. Badeau, John S. America’s Stakes in the Middle East (1947).
30. Bardine, C. Myers. How to Become an American Citizen (1942).
31. Barth, Karl. “So wahr mir Gott helfe!”: Die Frage des Führereides (1938).
32. Below, Georg von. Das Duell und der germanische Ehrbegriff (1896).
33. Bolliger, Adolf. Deutschlands letzte und grösste Not (1918).
34. Brès, Emile. L’Assimilation des immigrés (1928).
35. British Information Services. African Achievement. Bulding Tomorrow in British West Africa (1946).
36. Brunner, Otto. Das Fach “Geschichte” und die Historische Wissenschaften (1959).
37. Bücheler, Walther. Bier und Bierbereitung in den frühen Kulturen und bei den Primitiven (1934).
38. Chevalier, M. H. Les Charrues anciennes de l’Amerique et de l’Océanie (1920).
39. Clark, Grenville. A Condensation of A Plan for Peace (1950).
40. Connecticut Commission on Alcoholism. Alcoholism is Everybody’s Business (1952).
41. D’Atgier. Les Touareg a Paris (1910).
42. Davie, Maurice R. & Samuel Koenig. The Refugees are Now Americans (1946).
43. Engelken, Ernst. Der Innere Kreis (1947).
44. Enßlen, Richard. Der modern Kraftpflug, seine technische Entwicklung und volkswirtschaftlich Bedeutung (1927).
45. Falkowski, Jan. Narz?dzia Rolnicze typu Rylcowego. Studyum Paleoetnologiczne (1931).
46. Felton, Ralph A. That men may plow in hope (n.d.).
47. Finck, Claussen von. Drei zeitgemäße Erfordernisse zunächst für den Landbesitz und seine Bewohner, für “Das Land” (1871).
48. Frater VIII. America in Time and Eternity (1939).
49. Gantner, Theo. Liebe und Hochzeit. Ausstellung im Schweizerischen Museum für Volkskunde Basel. Februar 1972 bis Mai 1973 (1973).
50. Gareis, Carl. Die Klagbarkeit der Differenzgeschäfte (1882).
51. Gérard, Auguste S. Private Enterprise – Blueprint for Progress in the Congo (1961).
52. Hagar, Helmut. A Bibliography of Works Published by Estonian Ethnologists in Exile 1945-1965 (1965).
53. Hartmann, Gustav. Internationale Geldschulden. Beitrag zur Rechtslehre vom Gelde (1882).
54. Heimann, Eduard. Das Sexualproblem der Jugend (1914).
55. Hieronymi, W. Herr Herostrat-Lassalle, der ökonomische Kronprätendent, oder Agitation und Ehrgeiz (1864).
56. Jencks, Christopher. A Reappraisal of the Most Controversial Document of Our Time (1969).
57. Kappes, Matthias. Die Metaphysik als Wissenschaft (1898).
58. Kardorff-Wabnitz, Wilhelm von. Die Goldwährung. Ihre Ursachen, ihre Wirkungen und ihre Zukunft (1880).
59. Karutz, Richard. Von Sinn und Ziel des Museums für Völkerkunde zu Lübeck (1921).
60. Kefauver, Grayson N. Peace Aims Call For International Action In Education (May 1943).
61. Kempke, Ernst. Der Porträt- und Gruppen-Photograph beim Setzen und Beleuchten (1930).
62. Kennan, George F. Foreign Policy and Christian Conscience (n.d.).
63. Kerr, Chester. The American University as Publisher: A Digest of A Report on American University Presses (1949).
64. Kleber, F. Der Ackerpflug. Eine kulturgeschichtliche Abhandlung mit Abbildungen zur Neuzeit (n.d.).
65. Knorozov, Y. A Brief Summary of the Studies of the Ancient Maya Hieroglyphic Writing in the Soviet Union (1955).
66. Lee, Alfred McClung. Race Riots Aren’t Necessary (1945).
67. Lemm, Alfred. Der Weg der Deutschjuden (n.d.).
68. Locher, Josef. Geld- und Währungs-Regelung (May 1947).
69. Löwe, Adolf. Arbeitslosigkeit und Kriminalität. Eine kriminologische Untersuchung (1914).
70. Lord, Daniel A. of Dirty Stories (Feb. 1944).
71. Manchester, William. Meet the Press (Feb. 1967).
72. Meyer, J. Zur Währungsfrage (1880).
73. Misch, Carl. Gesamtverzeichnis der Ausbürgerungslisten 1933-1938 (1939).
74. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Defending Your Civil Rights. Handbook on What to Do (n.d.).
75. Niess, Peter. Die Ronneburg (n.d.).
76. Oppeln-Bronikowski, Friedrich von. Gerechtigkeit! Zur Lösung der Judenfrage (1932).
77. Pauli, Hermann Christian. Hier ging ganz leise… Aufsätze und Gedichte (July 1977).
78. Planck, Max. Dynamische und statistische Gesetzmässigkeit (1914).
79. Rasmussen, Jens Elmegård. Haeretica Indogermanica (1974).
80. Reiche, Maria. Mystery on the Desert (1949).
81. Reyburn, William D. The Toba Indians Of the Argentine Chaco: An Interpretive Report (2nd printing, 1959).
82. Riesser, Dr. Die handelsrechtlichen Lieferungsgeschäfte. Eine Kritik der Rechtsprechung des Reichsgerichts (1900).
83. Ruben-Wolf, Martha. Abtreibung oder Verhütung? (n.d.).
84. Schaefer, August. Die Verwandlung der menschlichen Gestalt im Volksaberglauben (1905).
85 Schnitzler, Leo. Die Aberkennung der Staatsangehörigkeit. Inaugural-Dissertation (1907).
86. Schumacher, K. Der Ackerbau in vorrömischer und römischer Zeit (1922).
87. Send, Ernst. Der Hauptirrthum in der Goldwährung (1880).
88. The Shade Tobacco Growers Agricultural Association, Inc. The Story of Tobacco Valley (n.d.).
89. Soustelle, Jacques. Lettre d’un intellectual á quelques autres á propos de l’Algérie (Nov. 1955).
90. Stachowitsch, Alexej. Sinn und Un-Sinn. “Eine Herausforderung” (Nov. 1974).
91. Städtisches Völkermuseum, Frankfurt am Main. Ein seltenes Gewebe aus Alt-Peru (1920); Ein Gang durch das Völkermuseum (1920); Was will unser Völkermuseum? (1920).
92. Staudinger, Hans. Dampfkraftwerk “Staudinger”. Grundsteinlegung am 26. Juni 1963 in Großkrotzenburg bei Hanau/Main (1963).
93. Stoll, Adolf. Deutsche Kriegsziele im Westen (1917).
94. Szabadfalvi, József. Die Ornamentik der ungarischen Schwarzkeramik (1960).
95. Tolstoy, Leo. The Dream Shattered Over Sixty Years Ago (n.d.).
96. Tze-Tung, Mao. The Chinese Revolution and the Communist Party of China (1939).
97. UNESCO. In Work Camps for Peace (n.d.).
98. UNESCO. Universities in Need (1948).
99. Varney, Harold Lord. The Italians in Contemporary America (n.d.).
100. Vogels, Alois. Von Mensch zu Mensch (1946).
101. Wandelt, Hans. Die rechtliche Natur des Kommissions-Geschäfts nach dem Entwurf eines Handelsgesetzbuches (1897).
102. Weil, Friedrich. Volkswirtschaftslehre (1920).
103. Weir, Ernest T. Notes on the Foreign Situation based on a Trip Abroad (June 1953).
104. Wilbert, Johannes. Zur Kenntnis der Yabarana (1959).
105. Wilkie, Leighton. Tools … Creator of Civilization. The Development of Man as Revealed by the Discoveries of Dr. Raymond A. Dart (1965).
106. Wirth, Hermann. Bedeutung, Einrichungskosten, Rentabilität und Organisation der Erwerbsgartensiedlung (1931).
107. Zotz, Lothar F. Kultur der älteren Steinzeit in Mitteleuropa (1929).


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Series 16: Hartford Seminary Foundation materials

Box 86
Folder

1. HSF, 1950-1951.
2. HSF, 1951-1952.
3. HSF, 1952-1953.
4. HSF, 1953-1954.
5. HSF, 1954-1955.
6. HSF, 1955-1956.
7. HSF, 1956-1957.
8. HSF, 1957-1958.
9. HSF, 1958-1959.
10. HSF. Self-Study Program, 1958-1959.
11. HSF, 1959-1960.
12. HSF, 1960-1961.
13. HSF. Recruitment, 1960-1961.
14. HSF, 1961-1962.
15. HSF, 1962-1963.
16. HSF, 1963-1964.
17. HSF, 1964-1965.

Box 87
Folder

1. HSF, 1965-1966.
2. HSF, 1966-1967.
3. HSF, 1967-1968.
4. HSF, 1968-1969.
5. HSF, 1969-1970.
6. HSF, 1970-1971.
7. HSF, 1971-1972.
8. HSF, 1972-1973.
9. HSF, 1973-1974.
10. HSF, 1974-1975.
11. HSF, 1975-1976.
12. HSF, 1976-1977.
13. HSF, 1977-1978.
14. HSF, 1978-1979.
15. HSF, 1979-1980.
16. HSF, 1980-1981.
17. HSF, 1981-1982.
18. HSF, 1982-1983.
19. HSF, 1983-1984.
20. HSF. Undated memos, etc.
21. HSF. General information, brochures, etc.
22. HSF. Carnegie Corporation Grants.
23. HSF. Case Memorial Library, general.
24. HSF. Case Memorial Library, 1932-1952.
25. HSF. Case Memorial Library, 1956-1965.

Box 88
Folder

1. HSF. Case Memorial Library. Acquisitions.
2. HSF. Council for Advanced Studies, 1954-1960.
3. HSF. Council for Advanced Studies, 1961-1962.
4. HSF. Council for Advanced Studies, 1963-1965.
5. HSF. Council for Advanced Studies, 1966+.
6. HSF. Faculty housing.
7. HSF. Institute of Church Social Science (ICSS).
8. HSF. Kennedy School of Missions, 1954-1962.
9. HSF. Kennedy School of Missions Conference, April 15-16, 1955.
10. HSF. Kennedy School of Missions, general.
11. HSF, Publications. Campus Chat.
12. HSF, Publications. Hartford Seminary Record, 1894-1895.
13. HSF, Publications. The Hartfordian.
14. HSF, Publications. HSF News Forum.
15. HSF, Publications. Praxis.
16. HSF, Publications. Tower Topics.
17. HSF. Museum.
18. HSF. Statement of Academic Freedom, 1953.
19. HSF. M.A. degree requirements.
20. HSF. Ph.D. degree requirements.
21. HSF. Student enrollment.
22. HSF. Clippings.
23. HSF. Pay stubs (Paul Leser).


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Series 17: Student records/papers, ca. 1948-1976

Box 89
Folder

1 Student class lists, Black Mountain College.
2. Student class lists, Olivet College.
3. Student class lists, Hartford Seminary Foundation.
4. Hartford Seminary Foundation. Student group photos, 1956-1957, 1960.
5. Unidentified student photos.
6. Student class lists, New School for Social Research.
7. Student class lists, University of Hartford.
8. Student records – A
9. Addison, Douglas W.
10. Ahrens, Earl; Ahrens, Lois.
11. Alicea, Neftali.
12. Allison, G. S.
13. Alter, Robert C.; Alter, Ellen.
14. Anderson, Curtis.
15. Ankrah, Maxine.
16. Argelander, Frank.
17. Arnott, Margaret.
18. Ashkenazi, Raamah.
19. Aurbakken, Hans L.
20. Austin, Robert C.
21. Axelrod, Rima.
22. Student records – B.
23. Bahmann, Manfred Kurt.
24. Barbera, Edmund.
25. Barbour, Willi.
26. Barnett, Robert W.
27. Barron, J. T.; Barron, Marjorie.
28. Basine, Patricia.
29. Beacham, C. Gordon.
30. Beckley, Elouise.
31. Bengtson, Dale.
32. Benney, Alfred F.
33. Bergman, Richard Kenneth.
34. Birns, L.
35. Blakney, Charles.
36. Blaschke, Robert.
37. Blatt, Harold.
38. Bledsoe, William.
39. Bloom, Sholem.
40. Bodine, J. Jermain.
41. Bowman, Lowell.
42. Brady, Samuel.
43. Brancel, Fred.
44. Brandenfels, John Frederick.
45. Brennan, Paul W.
46. Brenneman, Lyle.
47. Brès, Paul; Brès, Akulla.
48. Bridgman, George B.
49. Brock, Randolph.
50. Brockhart, Norma L. Bloomquist.
51. Brown, Ralph E.
52. Buker, Raymond.
53. Burch, Maxine M.
54. Burstein, Shoshana.
55. Student records – C.
56. Camerman, Elliott.
57. Cammack, Edward.
58. Cannon, John G. (Jack).
59. Carleton.
60. Carothers, Constance.
61. Carpenter, George.
62. Cason, Maidel; Cason, Walter.
63. Castor, Howard P.
64. Cate, Patrick O’Hair.
65. Caughey, Frank M.
66. Cernovich, Nick.
67. Chaffee, Arthur W.; Chaffee, JoAnn.
68. Chang, Wilson.
69. Chase, Maron E.
70. Chatterjee, Suhas.
71. Choi, Chaanshik.
72. Clapp, Marie Welles
. 73. Clark, Robert H.
74. Coan, Josephus R.
75. Coates, Ruth.
76. Coats, Robert.
77. Coburn, Frank.
78. Collins, Charlotte H.
79. Colwel, Clarence A.
80. Connolly, Hugh.
81. Connors, Donald R.
82. Cornwell, Dean; Cornwell, Sarah
. 83. Count, Earl W.
84. Cromack, Gail.
85. Cromack, Robert E.
86. Student records – D.
87. Davis, Jane.
88. Davis, Rachel; Davis, Raymond.
89. Dawson, Charles; Dawson, Joyce.
90. Dawson, Fee.
91. DeBlois, Albert D.
92. Decker, Robert W.
93. Dedeyan, Aline.
94. Deer, Barbara; Deer, Donald S.
95. Della Penna, William R.
96. Demetriades, James N.
97. Den Ouden, Bernard D.
98. De Young, Robert J.
99. Diehl, David.
100. Dodson, Joy L.
101. Doi, Masatoshi.
102. Dolbeer, Martin L.
103. Douglas, Elmer H.
104. Drehmer, Richard.
105. Dretzin, Bill.
106. Duffey, Joseph D.
107. Dutton, Barbara Ann.
108. Student records – E.
109. Eastman, Addison J.
110. Eichrodt, Max Martin.
111. Elder, William J.
112. Elkins, Phillip W.
113. Emery, James H.; Emery, Gennet.
114. Engwall, Ruth V.
115. Enright, Kenneth.
116. Entwistle, Maurice S.; Entwistle, Judy C.
117. Ericksen, Earl C.
118. Student records – F.
119. Falls, Helen Emery.
120. Faust, Harold.
121. Ferguson, John.
122. Fiellin, Alan.
123. Finkelstein, Philip.
124. Finney, Margaret R.
125. Fitton, Mary; Fitton, Herbert; Fitton, Pauline.

Box 90
Folder

1. Flatt, Donald C.
2. Ford, Edith G.
3. Frick, Heinrich.
4. Furcha, Edward J.
5. Student records – G.
6. Gamage, Nelson.
7. Garwick, Geoffrey.
8. Gates, John Edward.
9. Gilchrist, Ruth Wentworth.
10. Gill, Harjeet Singh.
11. Gill, Rafael.
12. Gillespie, Merrill.
13. Gilliland, Dean.
14. Gilliland, William M.
15. Gingrich, Paul M.
16. Gipe, Robert F.
17. Glazier, William S., II.
18. Gnanadurai, Lawrence.
19. Goff, Maude.
20. Golden, Wendell.
21. Good, Claude Edgar.
22. Goodwin, Robert.
23. Goodwin, Russell.
24. Goodwin, Sarah Hall.
25. Gotwald, William F.
26. Gray, Ellen.
27. Griffes, Frances; Griffes, Kenneth.
28. Griswold, Nina.
29. Grosenbacher, Clifford.
30. Gross, Franklin S.
31. Student records – H.
32. Haddad, Yvonne Y.
33. Hammond, Thelma.
34. Hanmer, Patricia M.
35. Hansen, Paul.
36. Harmon, Harvey.
37. Harris, George C.
38. Hartig, Elisabeth.
39. Hatton, John F.; Hatton, Anna.
40. Hedden, Mark.
41. Heggöy, Willy Norman.
42. Heimer, Haldor E.; Heimer, Ruth.
43. Hesselgrave, William S.
44. Heyl, John.
45. Hobgood, Ben C.
46. Hoffmann, Margaret H.
47. Horber, John T.; Horber, Medrith E.
48. Horn, David.
49. Horton, Bennett.
50. Hostetter, Paul E.
51. Housman, E. Howard.
52. Hudson, Margaret.
53. Huffman, Donald Waldo.
54. Hunt, Arnold Dudley.
55. Hutchinson, H.
56. Student records – I.
57. Ipema, Peter.
58. Irle, Roger D.
59 Israel, Sondra.
60. Student records – J.
61. Jackson, Lucy.
62. Jacobson, Anna Mae.
63. Jacobson, William E.
64. Johanson, Donald.
65. John, Tharayil.
66. Johnson, Ava Dale; Johnson, Charles.
67. Johnson, Charlotte I.
68. Johnstone, William.
69. Jolly, Audrey Grace.
70. Jones, Lillian.
71. Student records – K.
72. Kaercher, Wilhelm.
73. Kang’ethe, Peter.
74. Kasden, Leonard.
75. Katz, Rachel.
76. Katzin, Margaret.
77. Kaufmann, Maurice.
78. Keefer, James B.
79. Keeler, Elizabeth.
80. Keintzel, Raimar E.
81. Keller, William.
82. Kemling, Max V.
83. Kent, Carl.
84. Kerns, Bill.
85. Kintner, Dwight L.
86. Kleban, Hazel.
87. Kobashi, Yoshitomo.
88. Kraft, Charles.
89. Kratz, James D.
90. Kunow, Kathleen.
91. Kurtz, Ivan G.
92. Student records – L.
93. LaBreque, Yvonne L.
94. LaFarge, Tim.
95. Langeland, Melvin C.
96. Lanham, Joann; Lanham, Ray.
97. Larson, Robert J.
98. LaRue, Eunice.
99. Latter, Margaret.
100. Lawless, Agnes Cunningham.
101. Leidenfrost, Theodore von.
102. Leidner, Milton.
103. Levy, Jerrold.
104. Liao, Paul S. H.
105. Lieben, Beatrice.
106. Lilienthal, Robinson.
107. Lindland, Petter.
108. Littlejohn, Jean B.
109. Loehlin, Clinton.
110. Loewen, Melvin.
111. Lofgren, Melvin.
112. Logan, James Patrick.
113. Loggie, Robert D.
114. Loomis, Robert C.; Loomis, Ruby G.
115. Lowdermilk, Max K.
116. Luoma, John K.
117. Luyben, Karl.
118. Student records – M.
119. MacDonald, Peter Stuart.
120. MacKesson, Jean.
121. Mader, John F.; Mader, Shirley.
122. Mainhood, Dorothy J.
123. Martin, Newell.
124. Martin, Randel O.
125. Maryott, Kenneth Robert; Maryott, Alice.
126. Mast, Michael.
127. Matchak, Stephen.
128. Mathew, Karimpanamannil C.
129. Mattson, Alvin D.
130. Matthias, Robert Frank.
131. Mayes, Edward R.
132. Maze, Roger M.
133. McKnight, Martha; McKnight, Theodore.
134. McNeill, Susan.
135. Meissner, Alvin G.
136. Metcalf, Robert.
137. Meyer, Jane E.
138. Miles, Helen White.
139. Miller, Elmer S.
140. Miller, Margaret D.
141. Miller, Margaret E.
142. Miller, Roland E.
143. Moasosang, Pongener.
144. Mobley, Harris.
145. Moede, Arnold.
146. Montgomery, Simon Peter.
147. Moon, Stephen T.
148. Moon, William R.
149. Morgan, Jesse Elbert.
150. Morgan, John Henry.
151. Morgan, Lewis.
152. Morrill, Peter.
153. Mulally, Karen.
154. Mulira, Enoch.
155. Myers, Joyce B.

Box 91
Folder

1. Student records – N.
2. Nelson, Russell Einander.
3. Neuberger, Wendy.
4. Newton, Eleanor.
5. Nijim, Badie.
6. Niles, Donald C.
7. Njiiri, Kariuki K.
8. Noble, Lowell.
9. Nolin, Kenneth E.
10. North, Dorothy; North, Ian.
11. Norquist, Nels Leroy.
12. Nussbaum, Gregory.
13. Nussbaum, Loren.
14-15. Nyce, Ray.
16. Student records – O.
17. Olson, Donald W.
18. Olson, Howard; Olson, Louise.
19. Orjala, Paul R.
20. Osborne, Byron Lindley.
21. Student records – P.
22. Paull, Rafael R.
23. Pearson, Keith Lawrence.
24. Peck, H. Dudley.
25. Philip, Plamparampil P.
26. Philip, T. V.
27. Phillips, John.
28. Piburn, Carolyn.
29. Pinton, Giorgio.
30. Pittman, Grace.
31. Ploch, Donald R.
32. Porter, Alice.
33. Potter, Robert A.
34. Powell, Donald H.; Powell, Marion G.
35. Powicke, F. M.
36. Student records – R.
37. Reck, Bette Mejdrich.
38. Redenbaugh, Eula.
39. Register, Ray G.
40. Reid, Charlotte.
41. Resnikoff, M. Bernard.
42. Reynolds, Charles; Reynolds, Maud.
43. Reynolds, Harriett R.; Reynolds, (Ira) Hubert.
44. Richters, John E., III.
45. Rittenberg, Barbara.
46. Robbins, William F.
47. Roberts, Thomas.
48. Robinson, ArDelia.
49. Robinson, Dow F.; Robinson, Lois L.
50. Robinson, Henry Burnett.
51. Rohner, Evelyn Constance; Rohner, Ronald.
52. Romao, Joshua.
53. Royster, James E.
54. Rue, Loyal Duane.
55. Rutherford, Vincent.
56. Student records – S.
57. Saenz, Michael; Saenz, Nancy.
58. Sams, John.
59. Samuelson, Robert D.
60. Schneider, Gilbert D.
61. Schreck, Gerhard; Schreck, Herta.
62. Schur, Edwin.
63. Scott, Donald Lee.
64. Sear, David.
65. Sellers, Alexander D.
66. Setlow, Barbara Jane.
67. Shäffer, Harrison L.
68. Shahn, Judy.
69. Shelley, George L.
70. Shields, Ed; Shields, Edna.
72. Shull, Daniel.
73. Sicilian, Nancy E.
74. Simonson, Paul S.
75. Simpson, Nadine; Simpson, Robert.
76. Smith, Arthur.
77. Smith, Charles E.
78. Smith, David M.
79. Smith, Edward F.
80. Smith, Grover.
81. Smith, Robert E.
82. Smith, Terryl A.
83. Sneeringer, Stanley.
84. Snell, Wayne.
85. Snow, Julie (Juliana).
86. Soffer, Deborah.
87. Southwick, Niles.
88. Stabell, Clifford.
89. Stadtlander, John.
90. Stam, Ruth L.
91. Stanton, Gerdine; Stanton, Robert E.
92. Stark, Betty T.; Stark, Leonard.
93. Stimson, David P.
94. Stull, James R.
95. Sukowsky, Donald G.
96. Sun, Yoon Kyung (Peter).
97. Sundling, Ronald.
98. Swain, Nancy.
99. Sweeney, Mark.
100. Student records – T.
101. Taber, Charles.
102. Taylor, Richard; Taylor, Virginia.
103. Tennenbaum, Shoshana.
104. Thomas, Herman.
105. Thompson, William G.
106. Titus, Nicholas.
107. Travis, William D.
108. Tross, Friedrich C.
109. Tupper, Gerald E.
110. Twentyman, John.
111. Student records – V.
112. Vander Bilt, Maas.
113. Van Laan, Gordon J.
114. Van Landingham, Glendene.
115. Varni, Dennis.
116. Vilakazi, Absalom.
117. Virgint, John.
118. von Heyl, Baron Maximilian Cornelius.
119. Student records – W.
120. Wade, Ben F.
121. Walchenbach, John R.
122. Walker, David; Walker, Dorothy.
123. Warner, Frederick W.
124. Wasson, Sara Joan.
125. Watkins, Morris.
126. Weber, Richard D. (Dick).
127. Webster, Warren.
128. Welch, Alford T.
129. Wells, Roberta.
130. Welmers, Beatrice.
131. Wheeless, Carl.
132. Whetstone, Harold.
133. White, John F.; White, Kathryn (Kay).
134. White, Ralph Gardner.
135. Whiteley, N. Willine.
136. Whiting, John.
137. Wilson, Marjorie A.
138. Wilson, Talmage.
139. Winard, Arno.
140. Winbush, Lillian (Mrs. James Durodala).
141. Winchell, Wallace.
142. Winston, Raphael.
143. Wolff, Wallace J.
144. Wolfman, Marvin.
145. Wolfram, Walter.
146. Wollney, LeRoy.
147. Wright, Robert B.
148. Yates, Walter L.
149. Young, Andrew J.
150. Younkin, Anita; Younkin, Frank.
151. Ziergow, Mrs.
152. Zigmund, Helen A.
153. Zijderveld, Anton C.


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Series 18: Clippings on individuals

Box 92
Folder

1. Albers, Anni.
2. Allegro, John M.
3. Ankermann.
4. Arendt, Hannah.
5. Arndt, Ernst Moritz.
6. Auerbach, Alfred.
7. Banner.
8. Barnett, Ross.
9. Bastian, Adolf.
10. Baumann, Hermann.
11. Berger, Peter L.
12. Blueher, Hans.
13. Bornemann, Eduard.
14. Brod, Max.
15. Burchard, Gertrud.
16. Cage, John.
17. Cole, Fay-Cooper.
18. Conant, Ruth.
19. Congdon, Thomas.
20. Crump, Ed.
21. Curtius, Ludwig.
22. Dreiser, Theodore.
23. Drexel, Albert.
24. Eisner, Kurt.
25. Erman, Adolf.
26. Evans-Pritchard, E. E.
27. Ferguson, Adam.
28. Forde, Daryll.
29. Fränkel, Jonas.
30. Friedrich, Adolf.
31. Friesen, Jakob.
32. Frobenius, Leo.
33. Gisevius, Hans Bernd.
34. Goodman, Paul.
35. Grant, Anne.
36. Grüber, Heinrich.
37. Guggenheim, Werner Johannes.
38. Gusinde, Martin.
39. Hanf-Dressler, Kurt.
40. Hart-Davis, Rupert.
41. Heim, Karl.
42. Heine-Geldern, Robert Freiherr von.
43. Helwig, Werner.
44. Hitler, Adolf.
45. Honigsheim, Paul.
46. Hornbostel, Erich von.
47. Humperdinck, Engelbert.
48. Jefferson, Thomas.
49. Jensen, Adolf.
50. Jensen, Arthur R.
51. Johanson, Donald, 1974-1976.
52. Johanson, Donald, 1977-1979.
53. Johanson, Donald, 1980-1986.
54. Johnson, Alvin.
55. Kessler, Harry Graf.
56. Knitsch, Gundel.
57. Koppers, Wilhelm.
58. Krickeberg, Walter.
59. Kroeber, A. L.
60. Lanckoronska, Maria Gräfin von.
61. Lanckoronski, Leo.
62. Landsberg, Paul.
63. Leakey, L. S. B.
64. Leakey, Richard.
65. LeCoq, Albert von.
66. Lehmann, Johannes.
67. Lesser, Alexander.
68. Lestoque, Albert.
69. Lévi-Strauss, Claude.
70. Lowie, Robert H.
71. Lund, Henrietta.
72. Marr, Nikolay.
73. Mawbetch (Maubach), Gerda.
74. McGee, Willie.
75. Mead, Margaret.
76. Neumann, Carl.
77. Quesnay, François.
78. Raum, Otto Friedrich.
79. Reich, Wilhelm.
80. Röhm, Ernst.
81. Schmidt, P. Wilhelm.
82. Serkin, Rudolf.
83. Sevenich, Maria.
84. Söderman, Harry.
85. Solzhenitsyn, Alexandr.
86. Spielhagen, Friedrich.
87. Spitteler, Carl.
88. Stalin, Joseph.
89. Staudinger, Hans.
90. Sulzbach, Ernst.
91. Thompson, Dorothy.
92. Tolstoy, Leo.
93. van Baal, J.
94. Wallis, Ruth O. S.
95. Warburg/Windmüller families.
96. Weber, Max.
97. Weigand, Günter.
98. Wingert, Paul S.
99. Woltmann, Ludwig.
100. Wyneken, Gustav.


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Series 19: Materials on various subject

Box 93
Folder

1. Acculturation.
2. Adolescence.
3-4. Africa.
5. Africa – bibliography.
6. African cultural achievements.
7. African music.
8. African Old Testament parallels.
9. Agencies.
10. Agricultural Missions Foundation, Inc.
11. Akeley case, Olivet, MI.
12. American Defense Service Medal.
13. The American Legion.
14. American Youth Hostels, Inc.
15. Anthropological Film Festival (1969).
16. Anthropologists, Women.
17. Anthropology, general.
18. Anthropology programs.
19. Apes.
20. Astrology.
21. The Back to God Hour.
22. Bicycle races.
23. Bonn, Leserpark, 1964.
24. Bonn, Leserpark, 1965.
25. Bonn, Leserpark, 1967.
26. Bonn, Leserpark, 1968.
27. Bonn, Leserpark, 1969.
28. Bonn, Leserpark, 1970.
29. Bonn, Leserpark, 1971.
30. Bonn, Leserpark, 1972.
31. Bonn, Leserpark, 1973.
32. Bonn, Leserpark, 1974.
33. Bonn, Leserpark, 1975.
34. Bonn, Leserpark, 1976.
35. Bonn, Leserpark, 1977.
36. Bonn, Leserpark, 1978.
37. Bonn, Leserpark, 1979.
38. Bonn, Leserpark, 1980.
39. Bonn, Leserpark, 1981.
40. Bonn, Leserpark, 1982.
41. Bonn, Leserpark, 1983.
42. Bonn, Leserpark, 1984.
43. The Center for Field Research.
44. Chicago-Frankfurt Inter-University Project.
45. Childhood (Montaigne).

Box 94
Folder

1. The Children’s Museum of Hartford.
2. China.
3. Christmas gifts.
4. Civil rights.
5. Common Cause.
6. Concentration camps.
7. Conference on Anthropology and Africa Today, May 1-3, 1961.
8. Conference on Culture and Communication, Temple University, Mar. 9-12, 1977.
9. Conference proceedings.
10. The Congress of Scientists on Survival.
11. Course catalogs, 1911-1926.
12. Course listings, Giessen 1928-1929.
13. Cycles.
14. Democratic party.
15. Diffusionism.
16. Dogs.
17. Dues.
18. Eastern Fellowship of Professors of Missions.
19. Educational achievement tests.
20. XIth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences.
21. English words and phrases.
22. Erziehung.
23. Evolution.
24. Exhibition catalogs.
25. Exploratory Studies on Empiric Approaches to Religion.
26. Folklore Institute.
27. Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 1930s-1940s.
28. Friends of Animals.
29. Fulbright.
30. Germanisches Museum.
31. Gesellschaft für Geschichte des Landvolks und der Landwirtschaft, Stuttgart-Hohenheim.
32. Hadrian – photographs and notes.
33. Hitler lithograph.
34. Hochkulturen / high cultures.
35. Hodler, Ferdinand – clippings.
36. Holocaust.
37. Homosexuality.
38. Human Relations Area Files, Inc. (HRAF).
39. Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
40. Immigrants.
41. Inflation.
42. Institut International de Sociologie.
43. Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia (I.N.A.H.).
44. International Association for Mission Studies. Newsletter.
45. International Congress of Americanists, 1960-1966.

Box 95
Folder

1. International Federation for Internal Freedom (IFIF).
2. International Folk Music Council.
3. International Rescue Committee.
4. The Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
5. Julita-Symposium on Ethnology, Sept. 1-3, 1966.
6. Knots.
7. Kriminalität, Strafrecht.
8. Kulturkreis.
9. Kyriakides.
10. Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
11. Lions Club.
12. Maturation.
13. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters.
14. Micronesia.
15. Missionaries.
16. Museums.
17. National Association of Foreign Student Advisors.
18-19. Native Americans.
20. Nazis.
21. Nestle Boycott.
22. New England Association of Oral History. Newsletter.
23. New England Fellowship of Reconciliation. Newsletter.
24. New Guinea.
25. New School for Social Research. Bulletins, newsletters.
26. IXth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Chicago, Aug. 28 – Sept. 8, 1973.
27. 1975 Conference on Culture and Communication.
28. Nordiska Museet, Stockholm.
29. Northeastern Anthropological Association (NEAA), 1965.
30. Northeastern Anthropological Association, 1969.
31. Northeastern Anthropological Association, 1974.
32. Northeastern Anthropological Association, 1975-1977.
33. Northeastern Anthropological Association, 1978.
34. Northeastern Anthropological Association, 1979.
35. Northeastern Anthropological Association, 1980.
36. Northeastern Anthropological Association, 1981.
37. Northeastern Anthropological Association, 1982.
38. Oak Street Christian Parish.
39. Old Testament lecture.

Box 96
Folder

1. Oral History Association.
2. Periodicals.
3. Plow – early research materials, photographs.
4-6. Plow.
7. Plows (from early American literature).
8-9. Race, racism.
10. Rape.
11. Rassenfrage (Judenfrage), 1930s.
12. Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum, Köln.
13. Religion.
14. VI. Internationale Arbeitstagung der Organisationskommission für den Ethnologischen Atlas Europas und seiner Nachbarländer (EA).
15. VIth International Conference of the Ethnologia Europaea.
16. Sleep research.
17. Society for Ethnomusicology. Newsletter.
18. Society for the Prevention of World War III.
19-20. Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Newsletters, etc.
21. Source criticism.
22. Southern Poverty Law Center.

Box 97
Folder

1. Spanking.
2. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
3. Study Abroad Programs.
4. Study of History.
5. Study skills.
6. Sunday School – First St. Paul’s United Methodist Church.
7. Symposium Early Chinese Art and Its Possible Influence in the Pacific Basin, Columbia University, Aug. 21-25, 1967.
8. Temple University Anthropological and Documentary Film Conference, Mar. 8-11, 1972.
9. Textkritik.
10. Theological Education Fund.
11. Theresianstadt / Terezin.
12. Third Annual Baguio Religious Acculturation Conference.
13. III. International Atlas Conference for Folk Culture of Europe, Helsinki, May 11-14, 1970.
14. Threshing.
15. Translation.
16. U.N.E.S.C.O. Economic Commission for Africa.
17. University of Hartford.
18. 34. Internationaler Amerikanisten-Kongress, Vienna, July 18-25, 1960.
19. Visual anthropology.
20-21. Wenner-Gren – American Anthropological Association – Ph.D. Curricula Conference, Nov. 23-24, 1958.
22. Wiedergutmachung.
23. Winnowing maching – photos.
24. Youth/Youth movement.
25. Zagreb conference.
26. Miscellaneous materials.

Folders 27-18 : Postwar U.S. and occupation newspapers:
27. Army talks.
28. The Bavarian.
29. The Dog Tag.
30. E.T.I.S. News.
31. New York Times Magazine.
32. The New York Times Overseas Weekly.
33. News of Germany.
34. The Occupation Chronicle.
35. The Stars and Stripes.
36. Third U.S. Army Newsletter.
37. Yank. The Army Weekly.


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Series 20: Miscellaneous memorabilia

Box 98
Folder

1. Glass slides, Mount Everest.
2. Keys.
3. Audio tape.
4. Theater programs.
5. Retirement scrapbook.
6. Miscellaneous memorabilia.


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Series 21: Periodicals

Box 99
Folder

1. Afrika und Übersee (1975-1976).
2. Allgemeine Zeitung (1919).
3. Anthropological Linguistics (1976).
4. Anthropologie / Anthropogenie (1954).
5. Archéocivilisation (Antiquités nationales et internationales).
6. Awake! (1948).
7. Bibliografiska meddelanden från Nordiska Museets Bibliotek (1964-1965, 1969-1970, 1974-1975).
8. Die Brücke. Übersetzungen aus der Weltpresse (1948).
9. Bulletin. American Anthropological Association (1953-1959).
10. Bulletin of the American Academy of Religion (1969).
11. Bulletin of the International Committee on Urgent Anthropological and Ethnological Research (1979, 1981).
12. The Christian Century (1949).
13. The Crisis (1960).
14. Deutsche Republik (1930, 1931).
15. Deutsche Universitätszeitung (1950).
16. Deutscher Volksgeist (1919).
17. Discussions of Foreign Affairs (1954).
18. Folk-liv (1940).
19. Forschungen und Fortschritte (1933).
20. Fragen der Freiheit. Eine Schriftenreihe (1961, 1969).
21. Frankfurter Hefte (1949).
22. Future. A Journal of Modern World Issues by Students of Enfield High School (1964, 1967).
23. Die Godesberger Woche (1934, 1936).
24. Histoire Locale (1953, 1960, 1962-1963).
25. Idea and Experiment. A University at Work (1952).
26. Indian Voices (1963-1966).
27. Korrespondenzblatt der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Anthropologie / Ethnologie und Urgeschichte (1911, 1923).
28. Der Kreis / Le Cercle / The Circle (1958).
29. Das Landhaus (1919).
30. Das literarische Echo (1919).

Box 100
Folder

1. Loma Matters.
2. Manas (1951).
3. Meddelanden. Institutionen för Folklivsforskning vid Lunds Universitet (1970).
4. Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Völkerkunde, Leipzig (1963, 1981-1983).
5. Mitteilungen der Berliner Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte (1968, 1971, 1973).
6. Mitteilungsblatt der Gemeinschaft der rassisch und politisch verfolgten Christen e.V. (1947, 1948).
7. New South (1949).
8. Newsletter on Religious Inquiry (1956).
9. Notes Africaines. Bulletin d’information et de correspondence de l’Institut francais d’Afrique noire (1942, 1943).
10. Nyt fra Lejre (1968).
11. The Oral History Review 1979.
12. Phylon. The Atlanta University Review of Race & Culture (1950).
13. Plittersdorfer Heimatblätter (1951).
14. The Plough. The Quarterly of the Bruderhof Communities (1954).
15. Propaganda Dienst (1944).
16. Psychoanalytische Bewegung (1931).
17. RE. Review of Ethnology (1974, 1976, 1982).
18. Reformiertes Kirchenblatt (1928, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1963, 1964, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1975) – isolated issues.
19. Reformiertes Kirchenblatt (1976-1983).
20. Religious Inquiry. Exploratory Studies on Empiric Approaches to Religion (1960).
21. Rundschreiben seiner Heiligkeit Pius’ XI. Durch Gottes Vorsehung Papst (1937).
22. The Rural Visitor (1961-1963).
23. Schweizerland (1915).
24. Der Stern (1929).
25. Studium Generale (1952).
26. S.R.Z. Südwestdeutsche Rundfunk Zeitung (1933).
27. Die Tat (1916/17, 1919).
28. Theologische Literaturzeitung (1928).
29. Le Trait d’Union de l’Eglise Méthodiste en Afrique du Nord (1954, 1957-1959, 1962).
30. Uranos. Blätter für ungeschmälertes Menschentum (1922).
31. Zeitschrift des Reichsbundes der höheren Beamten (1928-1929).
32. Zeitschrift des Vereines deutscher Ingenieure (1894, 1902, 1915, 1916).
33. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie (1982).
34. Die Zukunft (1900).
35. Miscellaneous publications from the 1930s.

Box 101
Folder

1. Union. Contemporary Cultural Review, XX, No.3 (Mar. 1958) – XXXVIII, No. 1 (Apr. 1976); missing: XX, No. 4-5, 7, 9, 11; XXII, No. 1; XXVI, No. 5; XXVII, No. 8; XXVIII, No. 3; XXX, No. 5; XXXII, No. 5, 7; XXXIII, No. 3; XXXIV, No. 2-4; XXXV, No. 1; XXXVII, No. 3-4.


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