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  • Descriptive Summary
  • Administrative Information
  • Cataloguer's Notes
  • Biographical Note
  • Scope and Content Note
  • Indexing: Added Entries
  • Indexing: Subjects
  • List of Printed Items contained in the Leroy Freeman Jackson Papers

  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: Leroy F. Jackson Papers
    Date (inclusive): 1830-1994
    Creator: Jackson, Ruth W., 1830-1994
    Repository: The Huntington Library
    San Marino, California 91108
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

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    Publication Rights

    In order to quote from, publish, or reproduce any of the manuscripts or visual materials, researchers must obtain formal permission from the office of the Library Director. In most instances, permission is given by the Huntington as owner of the physical property rights only, and researchers must also obtain permission from the holder of the literary rights. In some instances, the Huntington owns the literary rights, as well as the physical property rights. Researchers may contact the appropriate curator for further information.

    Preferred Citation

    Leroy F. Jackson Papers, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

    Acquisition Information

    The collection was given to the Huntington Library by Ruth W. Jackson in three separate gifts in 1986, 1994, and 1998. It is semi-catalogued and contains 1,457 items. The inclusive dates of the collection are 1830-1994, with the bulk of the material being 1900-1936. The collection is arranged in the following order:
    • Series One - General Manuscripts, Box 1
    • Series Two - Correspondence, Boxes 2-4
    • Series Three - Education Items, Boxes 5-9
      • Boxes 5-7 - Education Manuscripts
      • Boxes 8-9 - Education Ephemera
    • Series Four - General Ephemera, Boxes 10-12
      • Boxes 10-11 - Ephemera
      • Box 12 - Index Cards
    • Series Five - Oversize Items, Box 13

    Cataloguer's Notes

    1. All items are arranged alphabetically by author, then title or addressee, except the ephemera, which is arranged according to subject.
    2. The following subjects were not subject indexed due to the number of items in which they occur: Carolina New College, early Native American Missions, the Dakota Indians, the Ojibwa, the Hopi, the Navajo, the Wrangell Institute, the Charles H. Burke School, and the Taos Day School.
    3. At the end of the finding aid is a list of the printed material contained in the Leroy Freeman Jackson Papers; this list is by box number.
    Acquisition number: 1322

    Biographical Note

    Leroy Freeman Jackson, born July 15, 1881, in London, Ontario, Canada, moved with his family to North Dakota in the early 1890s. Jackson received his bachelors degree in 1902 from the University of North Dakota. In 1905 he married Emilie Caroline Baehr; they had two children, Robert Charles and Ruth Allene. In 1909 Jackson received his masters degree from the University of Chicago and in 1912 he went to Harvard for a year to conduct research under Frederick Jackson Turner. After several years of holding teaching positions throughout North Dakota and Minnesota, Jackson began teaching at the State College of Washington in Pullman, where he ultimately became acting Head of the Social Science Division. His teaching career was put on hold during World War I, when in 1917, Jackson went overseas to serve as first lieutenant in the Coast Artillery Corps. He later served with the Army Educational Corps as the conductor of the Citizenship Institutes. In 1921 he moved to Burnsville, North Carolina to become director of the Stanley McCormick School (which later became the Carolina New College), an experimental progressive education school funded by Nettie Fowler McCormick. When the school closed down in 1928, Jackson became Dean of the College of the City of Asheville in North Carolina.
    Jackson went to work for the U. S. Indian Service in 1932 and would spend the next four years working with Native American students. The Indian Service first sent him to Alaska to be the director of the newly established Wrangell Institute, which included students from the Tlingit and Yakama tribes. In 1934, Jackson was sent to Fort Wingate, New Mexico to work with the Navajo as director of the Charles H. Burke School. In 1935 he was transferred to the Taos Day School. In 1936 Jackson retired from teaching and moved to Olympia, Washington where he worked for the State Department of Social Security. Jackson was the author of several published articles, monographs, and children's books of nursery rhymes, including The Peter Patter Book (1918) and Jolly Jinks Song Book (1922). He died in Pomona, California in 1958.

    Scope and Content Note

    The papers consist of the following series:
    1. General Manuscripts (Box 1), are arranged alphabetically by author and title. Most of these items are written by Leroy Jackson; however, there are a few items by other people including Ben Bergunder, David Greene, William Hobart Hare, and Isabella Riggs Williams. This material includes essays, notes, research material, speeches, articles, poems, and short stories. The manuscripts deal with the following subjects: early missions and missionaries in Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin; the Navajo and Hopi tribes; American history; and America's role in World War I. This material also includes some biographical material on Leroy Jackson, including completed job applications.
    2. Correspondence (Boxes 2-4), is arranged alphabetically by author and addressee. There are 529 pieces of correspondence, of which 133 are written by Leroy Jackson. Other authors included in the correspondence are: Walter Greenwood Beach, John Collier, John Johnson Enmegahbowh, Joseph Alexander Gilfillan, Mabel Dodge Luhan, W. Carson Ryan, Alfred L. Riggs, Thomas Lawrence Riggs, Frederick Jackson Turner, and several other missionaries, historians and professors of history from various universities in the United States. The majority of the correspondence deals with early missions and missionaries in Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. A few of the letters talk about the Indian Schools where Jackson taught, as well as the Navajo and Hopi Indians. The correspondence also deals with Jackson's campaign to keep the Carolina New College open, and his search for a teaching position after the school closed (as well as several other times in his life when he found himself unemployed); many of the pieces are letters of recommendation written by Jackson's friends and colleagues.
    3. Education Items (Boxes 5-9), are made up of manuscripts and ephemera related to Jackson's education and teaching career; it also includes items regarding American education and the roles of schools and universities in the United States. The manuscripts, mostly written by Jackson, are arranged alphabetically by author and title. These include essays, notes, research material, and papers written by Jackson while he was in college. Also included are reports, school assignments, and letters written by Jackson's students. The ephemera, arranged by topic, includes photographs, newspaper clippings, articles, and publications. Most of the ephemera was collected by Jackson while he was living in New Mexico. The ephemera also includes several items from the Indian Schools including artwork by the students, yearbooks and newspapers. There are also photographs of the students and campuses of the Carolina New College, Wrangell Institute and the Charles H. Burke School. The ephemera also includes brochures and publications from several American universities, as well as some experimental progressive education schools. Both the manuscripts and ephemera deal with the following subjects: progressive education and the American university; the development of school curriculums; the Carolina New College; the Wrangell Institute and several Alaskan Indian tribes; the Charles H. Burke School and the Navajo and Hopi Indians; the Taos Day School and the Pueblo Indians; world history; and probation and the juvenile court.
    4. General Ephemera (Boxes 10-12), is arranged by topic, and include photographs, documents, articles, magazine illustrations, newspaper clippings, and maps. The general ephemera deals with the following subjects: Jackson's service during World War I; American southwest archaeology; Southwest Native Americans, including their ceremonial dances, and arts and crafts; New Mexico tourism; World War I; and World War II. Jackson collected the material regarding World War II to write several published articles concerning America's role in the war. The box of index cards contains Jackson's research material for his thesis regarding early Native American missions.
    5. Oversize Items (Box 13), are arranged alphabetically by author and title. This material includes six essays and one piece of correspondence. These items were removed from the General Manuscripts series and the Education Manuscripts series and deal with education and American history.

    Indexing: Added Entries

    Blaine, Anita McCormick -
    Addressee of Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letter (1931, Mar. 28). Box 3 (6)
    Bureau of Indian Affairs -
    Addressee of Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letter [between 1932 and 1934]. Box 3 (10)
    Cass, Lewis, 1782-1866 -
    Addressee of David Greene, 1797?-1886, letter [between 1831 and 1836]. Box 2 (83)
    Collier, John, 1884-1968 -
    Addressee of seven Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letters (1934-1935). Box 3 (16)
    Addressee of William H. Zeh, Thomas Dodge, and F. M. Parker letter (1934, June 21). Box 4 (108)
    Frazier, Lynn J. (Lynn Joseph), 1874-1947 -
    Addressee of Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letter (1932, Feb. 21). Box 3 (26)
    Pond, Samuel W. (Samuel William) -
    Addressee of fourteen Thomas S. (Thomas Smith) Williamson letters (1839-1849). Box 4 (100)
    Riggs, Thomas Lawrence, 1847-1940 -
    Addressee of Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letter ([19]12, July 5). Box 3 (61)
    Ryan, W. Carson (Will Carson), b. 1885 -
    Addressee of John Collier, 1884-1968, letter (1934, Jan. 31). Box 2 (49)
    Addressee of Emilie Baehr Jackson letter (1932, Aug. 15). Box 3 (1)
    Addressee of six Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letters (1932-1941). Box 3 (62)
    Addressee of Roy Nash letter (1933, Oct. 21). Included with Roy Nash letter to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958 (1933, Oct. 21). Box 3 (54)
    Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932 -
    Note on Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, Some Phases of German-American Influence in the Formation of the Republican Party (1913, June 9). Box 6 (22)

    Indexing: Subjects

    James Lloyd Breck, 1818-1876 -
    J. A. (Joseph Alexander) Gilfillan, 1838-1913, letters (1908) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 2 (75)
    H. F. Parshall letter ([19]08, Mar. 13) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (45)
    George Copway, 1818-1863? -
    R. M. Moore letter (1908, Jan. 8) to Charles N. Akers. Box 4 (29)
    John Johnson Enmegahbowh, 1812-1902 -
    Charles N. Akers letter (1908, July 24) to H. B. Burrell. Box 2 (3)
    Charles N. Akers letters (1907-1910) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 2 (2)
    Francis L. Palmer letter (1912, July 12) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (44)
    Nettie Fowler McCormick, 1835-1923 -
    Robert C. Jackson letter [c.1975] to ----- Herd. Box 3 (81)
    John S. Le Fevre letters (1935-1944) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (5)
    Oahe Industrial School (Hughes County, S.D.) -
    Thomas Lawrence Riggs, 1847-1940 letter (1912, Aug. 8) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (57)
    John H. Pitezel, 1814-1906 -
    Mrs. C. E. Painter letters (1911) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (43)
    Stephen Return Riggs, 1812-1883 -
    John Poage Williamson, 1835-1917, letters (1907) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (99)
    Thomas S. (Thomas Smith) Williamson, 1800-1879, letters (1893-1849) to Samuel W. (Samuel William) Pond. Box 4 (100)
    Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, The American Board Among the Sioux: essay [c.1912]. Box 1 (8)
    Samuel Spates -
    Charles N. Akers letters (1907-1910) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 2 (4)
    Charles N. Akers letter (1908, Feb. 17) to O. G. Libby. Box 2 (5)
    White Earth Indian Reservation (Minn.) -
    J. A. (Joseph Alexander) Gilfillan, 1838-1913, letters (1908) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 2 (75)

    List of Printed Items contained in the Leroy Freeman Jackson Papers

    • Box 2
      • The Advance of an Indian Community. Charles Lemon Hall, 1847-1940.
      • Indian Appeal. David Beaton.
      • Indian Needs. Thomas Lawrence Riggs, 1847-1940.
      • Indian Progress. Charles Lemon Hall, 1847-1940.
      • The Old and the New Indian Life. Charles Lemon Hall, 1847-1940.
      • Tracts from the American Missionary Association, Congregational Rooms, New York, NY., [1900-1901]. Correspondence, A-H, Box 2, Charles Lemon Hall, 1847-1940, letter (1907, Aug. 13) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.
    • Box 4
      • Obituary of the Rev. Moses Merrill, Late Missionary to the Otoes. The Gazette Print, Hastings, MN., [1840]. Correspondence, L-Unidentified, Box 4, Moses D. Merrill letter ([19]07, Aug. 5) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.
      • Oahe Industrial School. Oahe Industrial School, Oahe, SD., [c.1900].
      • Correspondence, L-Unidentified, Box 4, Thomas Lawrence Riggs, 1847-1940, letter (1912, Aug. 8) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.
    • Box 7
      • Outline and Guide to History 52. State College of Washington, Pullman, WA., 1916. Education Manuscripts, Box 7, Outline and Guide to History 52: monograph by State College of Washington, 1916.
    • Box 8
      • Fourth Annual Report of the Chairman of the Commission on Scholastic Aptitude Tests. College Entrance Examination Board, New York, NY., 1929. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States I.
      • Commonwealth College Fortnightly Supplement: Education for Workers, Commonwealth Colleges, 1927-28. Commonwealth College, Mean, AR., 1927, Dec. 1. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States I.
      • Humanism: What It WasAnd Is. Bruce McCulley, Pomona College Magazine, Pomona, CA., 1932, Mar. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States II.
      • Suggestions and Source Material for Forum and Discussion Groups. Program, Research and Survey Service, Home Division, National Council, Y.M.C.A., New York, NY., 1930. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States II.
      • Disciplinary Devices...Rewards. Child Study Association of America, New York, NY., [c.1930]. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States II.
      • Founder's Day Address. Thomas Jesse Jones, 1873-1950, Tuskegee Institute, 1934, Apr. 8. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States II.
      • Graphic: Magazine of Social Interpretation. Survey Associates, Inc., Concord, NH., 1933. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States II.
      • Probation: The Official Bulletin of the National Probation Association. Volume X, No. 6 and 9, 1932, February and May, National Probation Association, Albany, N.Y., 1932. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Documents and Publications regarding Probation and the Juvenile Court.
      • The Stanley McCormick Herald. Stanley McCormick School, Burnsville, NC., 1925. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) and North Carolina.
    • Box 9
      • Carolina New College Bulletin, Vol. 1, No.3, November 1928. Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, Carolina New College, Burnsville, NC., 1928. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications by Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.). Three copies.
      • Stanley McCormick School. Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, Stanley McCormick School, Burnsville, NC., 1924. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications by Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.).
      • Announcing Carolina New College (Formerly Stanley McCormick School): A Venture in the New Education. Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, Carolina New College, Burnsville, NC., 1928. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications by Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.).
      • Carolina New College Bulletin, Catalogue and Announcements of Carolina New College, Vol. 1, No. 1, An Institution of Newer Education 1928-1929. Carolina New College, Burnsville, NC., 1928. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications by Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.).
      • History and Geography of Yancey County. The Teacher Training Class of Burnsville, Burnsville, NC., 1930. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications by Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.).
      • Burke Navajo Vocational School. The United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Washington, D.C., June 1932. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of the Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.).
      • The Shush Be Toh News, Vol. V, No. 6. Charles H. Burke School, Fort Wingate, NM., 1936, Mar. 16. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of the Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.).
      • The Navajo Trail. Senior Class of Charles H. Burke School, Fort Wingate, NM., 1935. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of the Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.).
      • Tchla-Wa-Wa-A-Na. Vol. 1, No. 2; Vol. 3, No. 1; and Vol. 3, No. 3, Taos Day School, Taos, NM., 1936-1937. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Taos Day School (Taos, N.M.).
      • The Birds Nest. Santee Normal Training School Press, Santee Agency, NE., [c.1896]. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
      • Santee Normal Training School. Santee Normal Training School Press, Santee, NE., 1896. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
      • Evolution of Indian Education. Mission, Public School, U. S. Auspices in Sawyer County, Wisconsin, Hayward, WI., 1901. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
      • The Oglala Light, Sixth Year, No. 9. Oglala Boarding School, Pine Ridge, SD., 1905, Dec. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
      • The Oglala Light, Volume 9, Number 1. Oglala Boarding School, Pine Ridge, SD., 1908, Mar. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
      • Woonspe Wankantu, Santee, Nebraska, Santee Normal Training School. Santee Normal Training School Press, Santee Agency, NE., 1912. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
      • The World Carrier, Volume XXXIVV, Number 3. Santee Normal Training School Press, Santee Agency, NE., 1908, May-June. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
      • Indian Home Life: Part I-The Past, Part II-The Present. Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Bulletin, 1927, No. 22, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, KS., 1927. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools II.
      • The Indian Leader, Commencement Number, Volume 38, Number 37-38. Haskell Institute, Lawrence, KS., 1935. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools II.
      • The North Carolina Conference for Social Service. Winston-Salem, NC., 1928, Apr. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • An Informal Report of the Work of The Friendly Nurse Miss Lydia Holman in the Mountains of North Carolina. Boston Committee, 1923. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • Rollins Plan of College Instruction. George F. Carrothers, Ph.D., Rollins College, Winter Park, FL., 1927. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • Rollins College Bulletin, Vol. XIX, No. 4. Rollins College, Winter Park, FL., 1926. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • Dartmouth College: The Selective Process for Admission. Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH., 1924-1915. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • Antioch Notes: The College as Pathfinder, Vol. 1, No. 1. Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH., 1923, Dec. 15. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • Antioch College Bulletin: Antioch Philosophy. Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH., 1924, Feb. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • The Story of an Educational Adventure: The Whittier Idea. Joseph Herschel Coffin, Whittier College, Whittier, CA., 1928. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • The College of the City of Asheville: A Standard Junior College. The College of the City of Asheville, Asheville, NC., 1928-1930. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I. Three copies.
      • Course of Study and Manual of the Board. Harvey Public Schools, Harvey ND., [before 1921]. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • Ashland College: A Resident School for Young Adults. Ashland College, Grant, MI., 1929-1930. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • Almus Pater: Antioch Introduces a Masculine Element into Higher Education. Arthur E. Morgan, Atlantic Monthly, 1929, June. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
      • Pocono Peoples College: Year Book, 1925. Pocono Peoples College, Henryville, Pennsylvania, 1925. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I. Also includes two pamphlets regarding Pocono Peoples College.
      • Economics 6a and 6b: European Industry and Commerce in the Nineteenth Century and Economic History of the United States. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA., [c.1930]. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
      • The New College Plan of the University of Chicago. C. S. Boucher, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL., 1930, Dec. 1. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
      • New York University, School of Education, The Institute of Education: Special Announcement of the Department of College and University Education. New York, NY., 1930-1931. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
      • President's Report, 1929-30. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA., 1929-1930. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
      • The Montana System of Administering Higher Education. M. A. Brannon, The Science Press, School and Society, Vol. 35, No. 896, 1932, Feb. 27. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
      • If You Want an Education. The College of the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL., [1950]. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
      • The Yees Kooteeyaw. Vol. 1, No. 1 (two copies); Vol. 2, No. 1 (two copies); and Vol. 4, No. 1, Wrangell Institute, Wrangell, AK., 1933-1936. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Wrangell Institute (Wrangell, Alaska).
    • Box 10
      • Inaugural Address of President Woodrow Wilson. Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1917. General Ephemera, Box 10, Documents, Photographs, and Maps regarding World War, 1914-1918, and World War, 1939-1945.
      • Daily Radio News: The World's News by Radio. Pacific Steamship Company, 1932. General Ephemera, Box 10, Documents, Photographs, and Maps regarding World War, 1914-1918, and World War, 1939-1945.
      • The School Arts Magazine. Vol. 30, No. 7, and Vol. 33, No. 1 (incomplete copies), The School Arts Magazine, Worcester, MA., 1931-1933. General Ephemera, Box 10, Articles regarding Native American Arts and Crafts.
      • Lakota Land and The Christian Indian Civilization. Dora B. Dodge, Santee Normal Training School Press, Santee Agency, NE., [n.d.]. General Ephemera, Box 10, Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding Native Americans.
      • Program, 13 th Annual Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial. Gallup, NM., 1934, Aug. General Ephemera, Box 10, Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding Native Americans.
      • Program, Zuni Indian Fair. Zuni Agency, Zuni, NM., 1934, Oct. General Ephemera, Box 10, Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding Native Americans.
    • Box 11
      • Museum Notes of the Museum of Northern Arizona. 24 volumes, Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, AZ., 1930-1934. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications of the Museum of Northern Arizona.
      • Eleven Important Wild-Duck Foods: Bulletin No. 205. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1915. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
      • Beaver Habits, Beaver Control, and Possibilities in Beaver Farming. Bulletin No. 1078, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1922. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
      • The Muskrat as a Fur Bearer: With Notes on Its Use as Food. Bulletin No. 869, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1923. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
      • Home Tanning of Leather and Small Fur Skins. Bulletin No. 1334, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1915. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
      • Primitive Agriculture of the Indians. Bulletin 1928, No. 1, Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, The Indian Print Shop, Chilocco Indian Agriculture School, Chilocco, OK., 1928. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding American Southwest Archaeology.
      • Grand Canyon Nature Notes: Aboriginal Man in Arizona and his Fore-Runners, Vol. 7, No. 10. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ., 1933, Jan. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding American Southwest Archaeology.
      • El Palacio, Vol. 37, No. 15-16. School of American Research, University of New Mexico and the Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM., 1934, Oct. 10-17. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding American Southwest Archaeology.
      • Restoration of Unpaid Annuities of Certain Sioux Indians. Mr. Marshall, Committee on Indian Affairs, 60 th Congress, 2 nd Session, House of Representatives Report No. 2153, 1909, Feb. 13. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native Americans.
      • The University of New Mexico Bulletin: Ethnobiological Studies in the American Southwest, The Ethnobiology of the Papago Indians. Edward F. Castetter and Ruth M. Underhill, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM., 1935. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native Americans.
      • Trail Guide to Fort Bowie. Fort Bowie National Historical Site, AZ., c.1970. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native Americans.
      • George Catlin: Painter of Indians of the West. John C. Ewers, Annual Report, Smithsonian Institution, 1955. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native Americans.
      • A Picture Tour of Old Ganado Mission. The College of Ganado, Ganado, AZ., 1984. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native Americans.
      • Our Indian Missions: Seventy Years Review, 1834-1904. Santee Normal Training School, Santee, NE., [1904]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • Occasional Missionary Paper, Domestic Committee Protestant Episcopal Church, Advent, 1854. Pudney & Russell, New York, NY., 1854. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • Martha Riggs Morris: Our Martha. Santee Normal Training School, Santee Agency, NE., [n.d.]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • The Ojibways of Minnesota. J. A. (Joseph Alexander) Gilfillan, 1838-1913, Minnesota Historical Society Collections, Vol. 9, 1901, Apr. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • Hearing of the Chippewa Indians of Minnesota, before the Committee on Indian Affairs, House of Representatives, Thursday, February 2, 1899. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1899. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • Causes of the Late Chippewa Outbreak in Minnesota: An Address to the Mohonk Conference. J. A. (Joseph Alexander) Gilfillan, 1838-1913, [after 1899]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • An Address Delivered by William Hobart Hare, Missionary Bishop of South Dakota, in Calvary Cathedral, Sioux Falls, January 10, 1888. The Daily Press Job Print, Sioux Falls, SD., 1888. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • Baptist History of North Dakota, 1879-1904. T. M. (Thomas Miles) Shanafelt, 1849-1909, Huronite Printing Co., Huron, SD., 1904. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • Journal of the Convocations Annual Address of the Bishop. Missionary District of South Dakota, Annual Report of Officers and Committees, 1905. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • A Review and Summary of Missionary Work in South Dakota, 1888-1905. T. M. (Thomas Miles) Shanafelt, 1849-1909, Huronite Printing Co., Huron, SD., 1906. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • Interdenominational Progress in Christianizing the Indians of the United States: Report of the Committee on Indian Missions of the Home Missions Council. The Home Missions Council, Lancaster Printing Co., Lancaster, PA., 1913. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • American Indian Missions. Department of Indian Missions, New York, NY., 1913. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • The American Indian. Department of Indian Missions, New York, NY., 1913. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
      • Sites of the National Parks System: Southwestern Texas and Southern New Mexico and Arizona. National Park Foundation, Washington, D.C., [n.d.]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Welcome Awaits You. The Hogan, Gallup, NM., [n.d.].
      • Aztec Ruins. U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service Historical Handbook Series No. 36, Washington, D.C., 1962. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Palace of the Governors: Guide to Exhibits. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM., 1972. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Aztec Ruins. U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Aztec Ruins National Monument, Aztec Ruins, NM., 1973. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • El Morro National Monument, New Mexico. U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park, 1973. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Santa Fe Museum Guide: A Suggested Itinerary. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM., [1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Santa Fe Walking Tour: A Suggested Itinerary. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM., [1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • 1975 City Street Guide and Santa Fe Area Map. City of Santa Fe for the Chamber of Commerce, Santa Fe, NM., 1975. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Santa Fe. City of Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, Santa Fe, NM., [c.1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • New Mexico-Land of Enchantment. New Mexico Department of Development Tourist Division, Santa Fe, NM., [1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Ya-Ta-Hay Welcome to Gallup. Gallup-McKinley Count Chamber of Commerce, Gallup, NM., 1975. Palace of the Governors: Guide to Exhibits. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM., 1975. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Motoring Guide to the South Rim of Canyon De Chelly. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, Globe, AZ., [c.1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Pueblo Bonito. Chaco Canyon National Monument, NM., Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, Globe, AZ., [c.1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Gallup, New Mexico, The Land of Enchantment, The Indian Capital. The Consolidated Service Clubs Committee of Gallup, Gallup, NM., [c.1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
      • Prospecting. No information; incomplete booklet. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications (Miscellaneous).
      • Slavery and Conversion in the American Colonies. M. W. Jernegan.
      • The Cow Country. F. L. Paxson.
      • The Creative Forces in Westward Expansion: Henderson and Boone. A. Henderson. Essays from American Historical Review, Vol. 21, No. 33. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications (Miscellaneous).
      • Physiographic Regions of the United States. John W. Powell, National Geographic Monographs, National Geographic Society, American Book Company, New York, NY., 1895. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications (Miscellaneous).