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Spier (Leslie) Papers
BANC MSS 79/7 c  
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Correspondence

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Letters written by Spier 1924-1961

Content/Description

Mainly carbon copies, relating to his work on the Klamath Indians and their music and to his research on cradles. (One folder)
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Letters written to Spier

Content/Description

Contain descriptions of Indian cradles in various museums. Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent. A list of correspondents is appended at the end of the report.
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Obituaries for Spier

 

Subject Files

Scope and Content

Primarily field notebooks and notes, all relating to American Indians.
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Comparative notes A-Z

Content/Description

These are arranged by subject, containing comparative data for various tribes. (6 folders)
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Cradles

Content/Description

Notes, text and illustrations. (6 folders)
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Kalispel 1923

Content/Description

Field notebook, 1923. Also includes notes for Wishram, 1924.
 

Klamath

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Field notebooks. 7 v. 1925-1926

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Field notebooks. 2 v. 1935

Content/Description

Some Modoc material in the first 1935 notebook
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Notes - miscellaneous

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Shamans

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Songs (Include paper by Bruno Nettl)

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Tales: abstracts, copies of tales collected by Alfred Samuel Gatschet, texts for tales collected in (5 folders) 1925, 1926, 1935 1925-1935,

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Nisqualli: Field notebooks 1922

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Paiutes: 2 printed works by Omer C. Stewart, annotated by Spier

 

Plains Indians

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Field notebooks on Parfleche decorative designs. 3 v. 1923

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Maps of the area inhabited by the Plains Indians. Mainly photocopies. Some annotated by Spier to show linguistic families, population distribution, etc.

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Bibliographical material

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Examination questions

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Notes

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Shoshoni

Content/Description

Printed work by Julian H. Steward, annotated by Spier
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Utes

Content/Description

Paper and notes by Harold L. Amoss
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Weaving: Notes

 

Weaving - Salish (2 folders)

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Paper by M. A. Davis with annotations by Spier; notes by Miss Davis.

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Miscellany

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Comparative notes on tales

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Growth of Japanese Children Research 1921-1923

Scope and Content

Original documentation for research conducted in Seattle and Hiroshima, Japan resulting in the book, Growth of Japanese Children Born in America and in Japan. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1929.
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California Basin Plateau Indians- course illustrations