1 – Hollis, Sir Alfred Claud. Genealogical notes on the history of Vumba, East Africa, with an account of the descendants of its Diwans, 1899

2 – Lewis, A.L. Stone circles and monuments: a collection of lectures, 19-

3 – Caillié, Réné. Mandingo vocabulary

4 – Clarke, John. A vocabulary or dictionary of the Fernandian tongue, 1854

5 – Clarke, John. African dialects, Fernando Po, 1841

6 – Günther, James. Vocabulary of the Aboriginal dialect called Wirradhurri, 1839

7 – Stannus, Hugh Stannus. The practice of scarification (tattooing) among the natives of Nyasaland, 1927

8 – Mills, James Philip. Mongsen Ao word list, 1926

9 – Knox, H.J. Notes on figures engraved on rocks in the great trap dyke in the Peacock Hills near Bellarey, 1893

10-11 – Archer, William George. Civil justice in tribal India, 1946

12 – Grammar of the Binandele language, Mamba River, British New Guinea

13 – Lohmeyer, Gerhard. Recht und Zauberei in Nordwest-Amerika, 1948

14 – Johnston, Thomas Crawford. Correspondence re Did the Phoenicians discover America? 1913

15 – Vocabularies. West African dialects

16-17 – Baudin, R. Dictionnaire Français-Yoruba

18 – Holmes, Thomas Vincent. On some recent criticisms of the Denehole exploration report of the Essex Field Club, 1908

19 – Vogl, August. Wahrhafte Heilkunst, 1949

20 – Gomme, Sir George Laurence. A handbook to folk-lore, 1890

21 – Hambly, Francis J. Peru, the cradle of South America, post 1930

22 – Dayrell, Elphinstone. More folk stories from Southern Nigeria, 1911

23 – Dayrell, Elphinstone. Anthropology, 1911. 118

24 – Lestrange, Monique de. Contributions à l’étude des plis palmaires chez l’homme, 1945

25 – Brewster, Adolph. Genealogies and histories of the Matanitu, 1923

25a – Brewster, Adolph. Genealogies and histories of Mantanitu

26 – Buckingham, W.A. Beliefs and religious symbols in the bronze age of England

27 – Hobley, Charles William. Collection. Anthropological papers by various people and correspondence, 1947

28 – Vignola, Amedée. Translation of the introductory chapters and tables, from the French, in Tous les femmes, 1925

29 – Turner, G.A. Some anthropological notes on the South-African coloured mine labourer, 191-


30 – Philipps, Tracey. The continental-European ethnic and cultural composition of Canada, 1947

31 – Blyth, Aliston. Tedi River tribes, 1922

32 – Browne, Granville St John Orde. Physical peculiarities of the minor tribes of Mount Kenya, British East Africa, 1915

33 – Gibson, Sir Herbert. Notes on the Indian tribes of the Paraguayan and Bolivian Chaco, 1922

34 – Mathew, John. Explanation of some of the Australian class names, 1926

35 – Hodgkin, H. Olaf and others. Malagasy folk-lore

36 – Long, Edward E. The mystery of the Sakai

37 – Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich. XIV observations on some Egyptian mummies opened in London, 1792

38 – Champ, W. Aboriginal vocabulary, 1862

39 – Damant, Guybon Henry. The wild tribes of north eastern India, 1900


40 – Damant, Guybon Henry. Scrap album, 1867-78 tribes of north eastern India

41 – Durham, Mary Edith. My Balkan notebook, 1940

42 – Durham, Mary Edith. Diaries of journeys, 1900-36

43 – Durham, Mary Edith. Letters to the family, 1900-12

44 – Durham, Mary Edith. Ethnographical manuscripts

45 – Durham, Mary Edith. Folk tales from the Balkans

46 – Durham, Mary Edith. Some tribal origins, laws and customs in the Balkans, 1928

47 – Durham, Mary Edith. Notes

48 – Durham, Mary Edith. Albanian ballads, 1905

49 – Durham, Mary Edith. Sketchbooks


50 – Durham, Mary Edith. Flowered cloth easel on legs

51 – Durham, Mary Edith. Political manuscripts

52 – Durham, Mary Edith. Notes bearing on Sarajevo crime, 1926

53 – Durham, Mary Edith. Newspaper cuttings, 1905, 1909

54 – Durham, Mary Edith. Newspaper articles and notes

55 – Durham, Mary Edith. Balkan politics

56 – Durham, Mary Edith. Letters by various people and press cuttings, 1944

57 – Durham, Mary Edith. Political correspondence

58 – Durham, Mary Edith. Minutes of the Anglo-Albanian Society, 1918-23

59 – Durham, Mary Edith. Personal documents, 1905


60 – Earthy, E. Dora. Children of the Liberian hinterland, 1939

61 – Earthy, E. Dora. The social structure of a Gbande town, Liberia, 193-

62 – Earthy, E. Dora. The Kisi tribe of Liberia, 193-

63 – Earthy, E. Dora. Krepoh Kru: a short grammatical sketch, 1939

64 – Greenough, George Bellas. Ethnological dictionary

65 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Journal of the Congo expedition, 1907-09

66 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Among the hill-folk of Algeria, 1921

66a – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Algiers and beyond, 1906

67 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Algerian and other notes, 1913-25

68 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Algerian ethnographical and bibliographical notes, 1914-26

69 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Arab and Shawia medical notes, 192-


70 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. MS of a paper on Berber and Arab surgery, 1919

71 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. The wandering Arabs of the Sahara, 192-

72 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Papers on material culture in Algeria, 192-

73 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Papers on the Congo, 191-

74 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Papers and notes on North Africa, 1906-192-

75 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Notes on Shavia and Arabs

76 – Hilton-Simpson, Melville William. Material culture of the Shawia, 192-

77 – Long, Richard E.C. Notes extracted from various periodicals and books

78 – Long, Richard E.C. Scrap paper notes

79 – Long, Richard E.C. Correspondence with S.G. Morley


80 – Long, Richard E.C. Notebooks containing various abstracts, 1885-96

81 – Long, Richard E.C. Researches of Maya astronomy, 1930-3

82 – Long, Richard E.C. Proofs of Maya hieroglyphic writing, by J.E. Thompson, 1950

83 – Long, Richard E.C. Notes and abstracts from papers by various authors, 19-

84 – Long, Richard E.C. The new and the old in Guatemala and the Calendar of Soloma and of other Indian towns, by Robert Burkitt, 1929-30

85 – Long, Richard E.C. Book of Chilam Balam of Tizimen, 1948

86 – Long, Richard E.C. Collection of reprints and photostat copies of papers by Robert H. Merrill, 1941-7

87 – Long, Richard E.C. Collection of reprints by various people, 1924-49

88 – Long, Richard E.C. Further implications of Thompson’s readings of Maya inscriptions at Copan, 1948

89 – Long, Richard E.C. Thomas Wentworth [Earl of Strafford, 1593-1641]: a biography


90 – Deacon, Arthur Bernard. Notebooks, 1926-7

91 – Deacon, Arthur Bernard. Correspondence and letter extracts

92 – Deacon, Arthur Bernard. Glossaries of native terms

93 – Deacon, Arthur Bernard. Genealogies of Lagalag villages

94 – Deacon, Arthur Bernard. Geometrical drawings from Malekula

95 – Deacon, Arthur Bernard. Figures, drawings and description from Malekula

96 – Deacon, Arthur Bernard. Place name index

97 – Deacon, Arthur Bernard. Linguistic notes and folktales

98 – Deacon, Arthur Bernard. Notes, geometrical drawings, diagrams, plans and maps

99 – Marillier, L. Notes and extracts


100 – Myers, Charles Samuel. Anthropometric measurements of Egyptians, 1901-02

101 – Rattray, Robert Sutherland. 8 papers in folder by various authors, 1919-25

102 – Rattray, Robert Sutherland. 11 papers and notes in folder by various authors

103 – Rattray, Robert Sutherland. Transliteration of MS of Hausa laws

104 – Rattray, Robert Sutherland. Nankani customs, 1928-9

105 – Rattray, Robert Sutherland. Language, grammar and vocabulary, 1928-9

106 – Rattray, Robert Sutherland. Field notes, 1921-7

107 – Rattray, Robert Sutherland. Ashanti law and constitution, 1925

108 – Rattray, Robert Sutherland. Field notes, 1927

109 – Rattray, Robert Sutherland. Field notes, 1928-30

109a - Rattray, Robert Sutherland, collection. Microfilm copies of MS 101-109


110 – Man, Edward Horace. Andaman vocabulary, 18-

111 – Man, Edward Horace. Andamanese grammar, 1878

112 – Man, Edward Horace. Various notes, 1878

113 – Man, Edward Horace. A grammar of the Bojingijida or South Andaman language, 1878

114 – Man, Edward Horace. Notes on the Nicobarese, 1899

115 – Man, Edward Horace. Andaman vocabulary notes, 1885-6

116 – Man, Edward Horace. Personal papers

117 – Man, Edward Horace. Notes, botanical and others, 1877

118 – Man, Edward Horace. Various reprints and cuttings from The Times, 1920

119 – Man, Edward Horace. Vocabulary of the languages spoken by the Aborigines of South Andaman, 1875

119a – Man, Edward Horace. Vocabulary of dialects spoken in the Nicobar and Andaman Isles, 1874


120 – Stefansson, V. Some Eskimo words of possible historical significance, 1911

121 – Schebesta, Paul. The Zimbabwe - Kultur in Africa, 1923

122 – Crooke, William. Collection of Greek stories, 189-

124 – Crooke, William. Collection of Indian stories, 189-

125 – Crooke, William. Miscellaneous notes on religion, magic, etc., with reference to India, 1911

126 – Crooke, William. Notes on death, funeral, soul in India

127 – Crooke, William. Notes for a glossary of Indian terms

128 – Crooke, William. Accounts from and correspondence with John Murray, 1906-23

129 – Crooke, William. Notes on slips


130 – Crooke, William. Bibliographical and other notes

131 – Crooke, William. Miscellaneous notes on Indian folklore

132 – Crooke, William. Various lectures and papers

133 – Crooke, William. Draft of a history of Rajput society or of Rajputanes

134 – Crooke, William. Note-books and note-blocks

135 – Crooke, William. Notes referring to the cult of the mother goddess in India, 1910-11

136 – Crooke, William. The folk-beliefs of the Homeric poem

137 – Crooke, William. Notes by W. Crooke and notes and letters by various people pertaining to editing The Diary of John Fryer’s Voyage in the Hakluyt Society series, 1908-15

138 – Crooke, William. (Indian) saints and martyrs

139 – Crooke, William. Letters by various people, 1900-21


140 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Note-books 1845-60

141 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Notes of Dr Armstrong’s lectures, 1823

142 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Extracts, memorandum, etc. from Lucas’s Candid inquiry … 1800, 1817-19

143 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Asculapius and the Asclepiadae…, 1870

144 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Notes from Pearson’s life of Hey, 1822

145 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Various notes, observations, references etc., 1821-68

146 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. A verbal translation of Blumebach’s Decades craniorum diversarum gentium

147 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Notae ethnographicae, 1859-65

148 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Dactyliotheca Aeculapiana

149 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Notes on history of Britain


150 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Crania Britannica

151 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. York affairs: private cashbook, 1837-75

152 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Reprints sent out, 1854-64

153 – Corpus of Indian Pottery. A card-index of Indian cairn and urn-burial pottery forms, 1929

154 – Anonymous. Jujus and Jujuism, 1913

155 – Godden, Gertrude M. Naga and other frontier tribes of Eastern India, 189-

156 – Godden, Gertrude M. The Naga tribes, 1897

157 – Unwin, Joseph Daniel. Tax and custom, 1913-34

158 – Ogilvie, John. Notes and myths of aboriginal Indians of British Guiana

159 – Bennett, J.W. Ogilvie. English native vocabulary of the Woolner dialect, Adelaide River, North Australia, 1869


160 – Turville-Petre, Francis. The stone age in Palestine, Syria and Transjordania, 1927

161 – Ponape notes

162 – Dawson, J.M.A.J. Aborigines of Malaya, 1956

163 – Gloyne, G.B. The batik art of Java, 1933

164 – Lee, S. Gillmore. A study of crying hysteria and dreaming in Zulu women, 1954

165 – Voyages. Extracts from voyages of exploration

166 – Williamson, Robert Wood and Campbell, M. bibliographical material in classified form

167 – Pigmentation Survey of Scotland, 1906

168 – Great Britain. Colonial Office. Committee of Civil Research. Kenya Native Welfare Subcommittee, 1926-7

169 – Australia. Aboriginals, 1930


170 – Mookerjee, Ajit. Bengal folk art, 1949

171 – Gardner, Father. Drawings to Excavations in a Wilton industry at Gokomere, Fort Victoria, S. Rhodesia, 1928

172 – Folklore Institute of America. Second session, 1946

173 – Carline, G.R. Newspaper and periodical cuttings arranged according to subject, 1931

174 – Hawes, C.H. Individual measurements and observations of about 2700 Cretan men, 1905-9

175 – British Association for the Advancement of Science. Human geography file, 1934-5

176 – International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences. Papers, abstracts of papers and press-cuttings, 1934

177 – Hunt, R.J. Lengua dictionary, 193-

178 – Great Britain. Colonial Office. Extracts from a despatch from the administrator of Dominica, 1918

179 – Smith, Michael Garfield. The social structure of the northern Kadara, 195-


180 – Smith, Michael Garfield. Social organisation and economy of Kagoro, 1952

181 – Stannus, Hugh Stannus. Some anthropometrical observations among the natives of Nyasaland

182 – Allen, Francis A. The Easter Island monuments and tablets, 1904

183 – Wynstone-Waters, E. The arches of the human foot and how they are maintained, 1904

184 – Purcell, Brab I. Rites and customs of Australian aborigines, 1893

185 – Macalister, R.A. Stewart and Masterman, E.W.G. Occasional papers on the modern inhabitants of Palestine, 19-

186 – Menen, E.S. Marriage customs among the Nayars of Malabar

187 – Brockman, F.S. Notes on aboriginal paintings, Australia, 1901

188 – Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Curl Prize Essay, 1950 to date

189 – Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Welcome Medal, 1931 to date


190 – Chicago University. Department of Anthropology. Papers, reports and symposiums, 1955-7

191 – Lewis, Ioan Myrddin. The Somali lineage system, 1958

192 – Torday, Emil. Notes to African Races, 1930

193 – Torday, Emil. Notes on Loango, Angola, etc.

194 – Torday, Emil. Questionnaires, various papers and letters in connection with the Union Internationale de Secours aux Enfants, 1930-1

195 – Torday, Emil. Bacongo incantations and prayers by J. van Wing, 1930

196 – Torday, Emil. Yarns from the West coast: being the diary of Mr Hilary Jones, 1908

197 – Torday, Emil. Various papers and lectures, 19-31

198 – Torday, Emil. Various articles and stories, 192-

199 – Gambia. Native law and customs, 1908


200 – Nigeria, Southern. Reports to Colonial Office, 1906-7

201 – Nigeria, Northern. Enclosures in despatch No. 459 of 9th September 1907

202 – Nigeria, Northern. Reports to Colonial Office, 1907-8

203 – Gold Coast. Native law and customs, 1906-8

204 – Sykes, Sir Percy. Persian notes, 1914

205 – Edge-Partington, James. Register of objects from the Pacific, 1896

206 – Belshaw, Cyril Shirley. Economic aspects of culture contact in eastern Melanesia, 1949

207 – Samoan Affairs Office, Pago Pago. Genealogies, 1956

208 – Cliffe, T.B. anthropological notes on the Afo pagans, 1957-8

209 – Kaberry, Phyllis Mary. Report on farmer-grazier relations and the changing pattern of agriculture in Nsaw, 1959


210 – Dayrell, Elphinstone. Africa West

211 – Lee, Dorothy D. values and mental health, 1958

212 – Association of Social Anthropologists. The teaching of social anthropology, 1958

213 – Pearce, Susannah Vibert. The appearance of iron and its use in protohistoric Africa, 1960

214 – Giorgetti, Filiberto. La superstition Zande, 1958-60

215 – Longmore, Laura. The dispossessed, 1957

216 – Rosenstiel, Annette. The Motu of Papua New Guinea, 1953

217 – Rivers, William Halse Rivers and others. Simbo-English vocabulary

218 – Benedict, Ruth Fulton. Miscellaneous notes, 1930-5

219 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Diary, 1904-10


220 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Correspondence with and from A.B. Brewster and related papers on Fiji etc.

221 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Correspondence with and from B. Glanvill Corney, 1916, 1919-22

222 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Glanvill Corney’s notebooks

223 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Fiji, miscellaneous papers

224 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. European influence in Pacific etc.

225 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Journal of a voyage, 1760

226 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Miscellaneous papers

227 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Parliamentary and other papers

228 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Miscellaneous papers

229 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Miscellaneous papers


230 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Extracts from the Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, 1803-29

231 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Pamphlets

232 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Official report on central Polynesia, 1857

233 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Miscellaneous papers

234 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Miscellaneous papers

235 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Papers on Bellinghausen

236 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Captain David Porter of the frigate Essex and related papers

237 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Parliamentary papers

238 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Diary of a Scottish planter in British Guiana, 1841-4

239 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Ceylon addresses on his appointment as Lieut. Governor, 1902


240 – IM Thurn, Sir Everard Ferdinand. Warrant, KBE and other documents

241 – Fry, H.K. Dieri legends [South Australia]

242 – Hall, J. Gibson. The Alungu chiefs, their families and genealogical tree, 1902-7

243 – Lakemba (Fiji). Drawings by school boys, 1911

244 – Scroggie, H.M.M. The sociology of Ngwaketse diet, 1946

245 – Fleure, Herbert John. Anthropometric survey of Wales, 1906-36

246 – Finnegan, Ruth H. Survey of the Limba people of northern Sierra Leone, 1962

247 – Murdock, George P. and others. Outline of cultural materials, 1938

248 – Wayland, E.J. The age of the Oldoway human skeleton, 1932

249 – Munro, Neil Gordon. Ainu material


250 – Dyson-Hudson, N. The present position of the Karimojong, 1958

251 – Du Plessis, H. Die politieke organisasie van die Venda, 1941

252 – Meyerowitz, Eva Leonie Lewin-Richter. Akan traditions of origin, 1952

253 – Cambridge Expedition. To northern Africa, report, 1964

254 – Metge, Alice Joan. Some modern Maoris, 1953

255 – Metge, Alice Joan. Urbanisation and the pattern of Maori life, 1954

256 – Metge, Alice Joan. The urban Maori, 1953

257 – LSE. Report on a conference on applied anthropology, 1963

258 – British Museum, Dept. of Ethnography. Excavations at Las Cuevas, 1958

259 – Kenna, Margaret E. and Kenna, John C. list of portraits of anthropologists and archaeologists and workers in allied fields, 1966


260 – Naik, T.B. Anavils, the unspoilt Brahmins, 1954

261 – Seligman, Brenda Zara. Genealogies

262 – Seligman, Charles Gabriel. Collection

263 – Willoughby, William Charles. Index to the Willoughby papers in Selly Oak Colleges, Library, Birmingham

264 – Webb, R. Genealogy of the Lihoja, 1964

265 – Morse, Eric Wilton. Immigration and status of British East Indians in Canada, 1944

266 – Walker, G.D. Garo customs and folk-lore, 1967

267 – Somerville, Henry Boyle Townshend. Orientation in megalithic monuments and associated papers, anthropological notes on Solomon Islands, Tonga, Fiji and Samoa, and maps of Chinese Turkistan and Kansu, 1892-1936

268 – Smith, Marian Wesley. Collection

269 – British Solomon Islands Protectorate. Notes on native custom, tradition, organization and culture, 1938


270 – Language, F.J. Kapteinskap onder die Tlhaping, 1941

271 – Raum, Otto Friedrich. The social functions of avoidance and taboos among the Zulu, 1960

272 – Kuper, Adam. Kinship, marriage, and local groupings among the Ngologa, 1965

273 – Brinckner, P.H. Brief v. 28.6.1876, Otyikaugo etc.

274 – Anthropolgicky Kongres K 100. Vyroci Narozenin Alese Hrdlicky

275 – Schapera, Isaac. Notes on some Herero genealogies, 1945

276 – Lestrade, G.P. Miscellaneous notes on laws and customs of the Bahuruthse

277 – Lestrade, G.P. Preliminary summary of main heads of information obtained at Maahoana (Gopane), 1926

278 – Mayer, Philip and Iona Mayer. Sexual and fighting behaviour among Red Xhosa youth

279 – Grimble, Sir Arthur. Gilbertese myths, 1964


280 – Luce, J.P. Private journal, 1852-67

281 – Whitehead, G.O. Spagnolo’s Bari grammar, 1933

282 – Bartle, Philip F. W. African rural urban migration, 1971

283 – Clifford, G.M. The Igala chiefdom, 1934

284 – Llopis Martin, Jose. De genealogia medica, 1970

285 – Arantes, Antonio A. Compadrio in rural Brazil, 1971

286 – Kipengele, Nicas. Marriage celebration among Wamatumbi and Wapogoro and its relation to canon law, 1961

287 – Allen, M.R. Report on Aoba, 1969

288 – Ganguly, Pranab and Pal, Anadi. The Onge of Little Andaman, 1964

289 – Kalmal, James Bol. Marriage rights and duties among the Shilluk, 1973


290 – Bellamy, Hans Schindler. Problems of Tiahuanaco, 1938

291 – Malcolm, Dugald. The Kuna Indians, 1974

292 – Howard, Barrington J. Social organisation in Eskimo communities, 1976

293 – Foulkes-Roberts, P.R. Letters home from an administrative officer in Nigeria, 1924-44

294 – Tildesley, Miriam L. Miscellaneous notes, papers, letters, calculations, tables and graphs

295 – Lorimer, Douglas A. Racist theory in British anthropology, 1870-1900

296 – Chaplin, James H. Tribal art and painting

297 – Wake, Charles Staniland. Correspondence 1892-1909

298 – Fortes, Meyer. First and second reports on fieldwork, 1934

299 – Beemer, Hilda (Mrs Hilda Kuper). First report on fieldwork, 1937


300 – Read, Margaret. Second report on field work, 1936

301 – Tillion, G. and Riviere, T. Sixth report on fieldwork, 1936

302 – Wilson, Godfrey B. First report on fieldwork, 1936

303 – Hunter, Monica (Mrs Godfrey Wilson). Methods of fieldwork, 1933

304 – Brown, G. Gordon. Notes on the progress of fieldwork, 1933

305 – Hofstra, S. Reports on fieldwork among the Mendi, 1934

306 – Scott, Walter. Economic condition of Sind, 1846

307 – Bott, Elizabeth (Mrs James Spillius). Miscellaneous papers

308 – Rogers, Garth A. Kai and Kava in Niuatoputapu, 1975

309 – Spillius, James. Conscience, 1947


310 – Blake, Yvonne. Infantile development

311 – Young, Leslie M. Notes on various published papers, 1914-87

312 – Swede, M.S. Scrapbook folders containing miscellaneous newspaper and journal cuttings, 1926-82

313 – Swede, M.S. miscellaneous articles and pamphlets, 1945-83

314 – Mann, Stuart E. Albanian literature, 1955 and Start, Laura E. The Durham collection of garments and embroideries from Albania and Yugoslavia

315 – Evans, Ivor Hugh Norman. Bornean diaries, 1938-42

316 – Longmore, Laura. Multi-racial dilemma, 1959

317 – Longmore, Laura. Polygamy among the southern Bantu, 1988

318 – Bickerton, Derek. Language and species, 1990

319 – Browner, C.H. et al. A new methodology for medicine


320 – Weiner, James F. Mountain Papuans, 1988

321 – Roberts, Derek Frank Bruce. The geographical distribution of the physical characters of man

322 – Stocking, George W., Jr. Reading the palimpsest of inquiry

323 – Oliver, Douglas L. Somatic variability and human ecology on Bougainville, Solomon Islands

324 – Houlberg, Marilyn Hammersley. Yoruba twin sculpture and ritual, 1973

325 – Tambiah, Shanthi. Culture as adaptation: change among the Bhuket of Sarawak, Malaysia, 1995

326 – Jamieson, Mark Angus. Kinship and gender as political processes among the Miskitu of Eastern Nicaragua, 1995

327 – Goldbloom, Alexander. Thomas Bendyshe and the Anthropological Society of London 1863-71, 1995

328 – Lindgren, Ethel John. Anthropological film of the Reindeer Tungus of Manchuria, 1931-2

329 – Association of Social Anthropologists/Social Science Research Council. Conference on the training and employment of social anthropologists, 1980


330 – Koblenzer, Peter Johann. The state of health and the environment of the Rungus Dusun of Kampong Maksangkong-Dampirit of the Kudat Peninsula in the west coast residency of the Colony of British North Borneo, 1959

331 – Greig, Bennet. Memorandum on the Indians of the Peruvian Sierra, 1936

332 – Ethnological Survey of Canada. Copies of circular and of schedules, 1899

333 – Read, Margaret. The value of social anthropology for nurses overseas, 1939

334 – Benthall, Jonathan. ‘And what should they know of England who only England know?’, 1974

335 – Cansdale, George Soper. String figures, 1937

336 – Felhoen-Kraal, Johanna. Die Herkunft der sogenannten Portugiesischen Juden, 1942

337 – Curnow, Kathy. The Afro-Portuguese ivories, 1982

338 – Gajdusek, Daniel Carleton. Journals 1951-2000 and various papers. Restricted access

339 – Edge-Partington, James. An album of the weapons, tools, ornaments, articles of dress etc. of the natives of the Pacific Islands, 1890


340 – Cai, Hua. Les Na: une société sans père ni mari (Chine), 1995

341 – Benthall, Jonathan. Christianity and British anthropologists, 2000

342 – Blier, Suzanne Preston. Kings, crowns, and rights of succession

343 – Pemberton, John 3rd. Ere Ibeji from Ila-Orangun, 1981

344 – Nevadomsky, Joseph. The Benin bronze horseman as the Ata of Idah

345 – Horton, William Robin Gray. Ijo ritual sculpture

346 – Drewal, Henry John. Art, history and the individual

347 – Kelly, Bernice M. contemporary Nigerian artists, 1988

348 – White, Gavin D. Material on Eskimos

349 – Horton, William Robin Gray. Untitled about the Ijo of the Rivers Province


350 – Pughe, S. Brodribb. A preliminary report … on the origins and ages of … man-made structures in … Kenya

351 – Skinner, Jonathan. Impressions of Montserrat, 1997

352 – Epstein, Arnold L. A Melanesian masquerade, 1988. Forbidden access

353 – Aliyu, Muhammadu. Socio-economic aspects of Saukar Karatu, 1980

354 – Kebbe, Alhaji Isa. A sociological analysis of a despised occupation in Hausa society, 1984

355 – Simensen, Jarle. The Asafo of Kwahu, Ghana, 1974

356 – Ramonet Riu, Ramon. Totem, the first one and the future, 1996

357 – Richards, Audrey Isabel. Some aspects of clan structure among the Baganda, 1956 and Problems of Buganda clans, 1961

358 – Dmochowski, Z. R. Gidan Makama in Kano, 1963

359 – Fleure, H. Bibliography of his writings 1898-1954


360 – Seligman, Charles Gabriel. Shilluk, 1902-9

361 – Lindgren, Ethel John. Notes for the proposed handbook on methods and problems of social psychology and sociology, 1937

362 – Foss, W. Perkins. The arts of the Urhobo people, 1971

363 – Fullard, Harold. Anthropometric cards for an anthropometric survey in Lancashire mid-1930’s

364 – Seligman, Charles Gabriel. Notes and papers on the art and anthropology of the Massim.

365 – Berndt, Ronald M. and Berndt, Catherine H. Native labour and welfare in the Northern Territory, 1946

366 – Werner, O. and Willett, Frank. The composition of brasses from Ife and Benin, 1974

367 – Rubin, Arnold. Notes on regalia in Biu division, Northeast State, Nigeria

368 – Tunis, Angelika. Neue untersuchungen zur Berliner Beninsammlung

369 – Ajayi, Jacob Festus Ade. The impact of Europe on African cultures and values, 1974


370 – African Studies Association of the United Kingdom. Meetings, membership, papers, reports, 1973-4

370 – Benthall, Jonathan. Forgetting and reminding, 1994

372 – Stansfield, Ronald G. The origins of the International Ergonomics Association, 1979

373 – Vandyke-Lee, David J. The conservation of wooden specimens, 1974

374 – Vandyke-Lee, David J. Ethnographical conservation, 1974

375 – Stansfield, Ronald G. Operational research and sociology, 1980

376 – Woodburn, James. Exhibition of material equipment of the Hadza, 1965

377 – Bluebond-Langner, Myra. The dying child speaks, 1975

378 – Bluebond-Langner, Myra. Death, self and society, 1976

379 – Dos Santos, Juana Elbein. Les Nago et la mort, 1972


380 – Oldman, William O. Index to tribes, rivers etc. of Africa shown on map, 1919-23

381 – Farina, P.F. Il popolo Karimojong

382 – Jolly, A.T.H. and Rose, Frederick George Godfrey. The place of the Australian Aboriginal in the evolution of society, 1941

383 – Bluebond-Langner, Myra and Everett, Marianne G. The meanings of death in American society and its implications for health education, 1976

384 – Montagu, Jeremy. Musical instruments of the world, 1970

385 – Kyerematen, A.A.Y. Asante Cultural Centre, 1958

386 – Centre d’Analyse Documentaire Pour L’Afrique Noire. Various papers, 1965-6

387 – United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Various papers, 1946-76

388 – Teilhet, Jehanne H. Paper to determine precisely who, among the French artists, were the first to feel the impact of, and to find inspiration in, the tribal arts of Oceania and the tribal arts in Africa, post 1966

389 – Stanner, William Edward Hanley. Papers concerning New Hebrides administration, 1935-7


390 – Maginnis (Nelson), Craig. Notes and papers on the South Seas

391 – Maginnis (Nelson), Craig. Notebooks and pamphlets on the South Seas

392 – Horsfall, William. Papers on Tonga

393 – Nicklin, Keith. Ekpu, 1988

394 – Sikana, Patrick Muyendekwa. Agro-pastoralism and market integration, 1998

395 – Gooberman-Hill, Rachael Jane Sara. The constraints of ‘feeling free’, 1999

396 – Passes, Alan. The hearer, the hunter, and the Agouti head, 1998

397 – Ssewakiryanga, Richard and Mills, David. ‘Vegetarianus economicus’, 1995

398 – Mills, David and Ssewakiryanga, Richard. Women on top?, 1995

399 – Mugyenyi, Mary and Mills, David. Feminism, social theory and social reform, 1995


400 – Sarkissian, Margaret. What happens when two worlds collide?, 1993

401 – Johnston, Thomas. Two essays, 1969

402 – Kusimba, Chapurukha Makokha. The archaeology and the ethnography of iron metallurgy on the Kenya Coast, 1994

403 – Sellen, Daniel W. Growth and nutritional status of African pastoralists

404 – Mackey, Eva. Managing and imagining diversity, 1996

405 – Hakim, Roxanne P. The implications of resettlement on Vasava identity, 1995

406 – McLelland, Elizabeth M. The cult of Ifa among the Yoruba part 2, 1982

407 – Bascom, William. African folklore and literature, 1962

408 – Merriam, Alan P. Music and dance, 1962

409 – Sieber, Roy. The visual arts, 1962


410 – Reading Lists. Various bibliographies

411 – Pankhurst, Richard. Tax records and inventories of Emperor Tewodros of Ethiopia 1855-68, 1978

412 – Pan-African Cultural Festival, First. Addresses and papers, 1969

413 – Fadzakir, Alfiani. The Muslims of Kathmandu, 2001

414 – Thompson, Michael. Some problems in the study of exchange structures, 1968

415 – Conference of Manding Studies. Invitation, programmes, letters, papers and reports, 1972

416 – Bartlett, Sir Frederic Charles. Papers, 1966

417 – Murray, Keith C. Masks and headdresses of Nigeria, 1949

418 – Stow, George William. Photographs of Stow’s copies of Bushman paintings

419 – Schultz, Bruno K. Table of racial estimation for the colour of eyes, hair and skin and for the design of the iris


420 – Mullen, A.W. Notes on the aborigines customs etc. 1863

421 – Thompson, Mary Summers. The social context of family planning policy in highland Chiapas, Mexico, 1999

422 – Lawrence, Edward. Lectures, descriptions of slides and American Indian photographs

423 – Abbie. A.A. Letters and papers concerning the life and work of Sir Grafton Elliot Smith (1871-1937)

424 – Torday, Emil and Thomas Athol Joyce. Notes ethnographiques sur les peoples communément appelés Bakuba…1911

425 – Torday, Emil. [Torday’s library catalogue]. nd

426 – Potekhin, Ivan Izosimovich. Papers concerning peoples of Asia and Africa. 1962

427 – Peake, Harold J.E.P. Collection. Index of references to weapons and implements published in archaeological journals, and associated papers. 1843-1923

428 – Downie, R. Angus. Collection. Sir James George Frazer letters, papers, correspondence with R.A. Downie concerning his attempt to obtain the letters of Sir J.G. Frazer with the intention of publishing a volume of the collected letters, and associated material. 1902-1942

429 – Gibson-Hill, Carl Alexander. Photographs and figures to illustrate the article Boats and fishing on the Cocos-Keeling Islands. 1946 [and] A note on the Christmas Island canoe, 1941


430 – Burton, Sir Richard. Collection. Miscellaneous papers withdrawn from the library of Sir Richard Burton. 1863-89

431 – Freire-Marreco, Barbara Whitchurch afterwards Mrs Robert Aitken. Collection. Notes and papers on Indians in New Mexico and Arizona with particular reference to Pueblo Indians [and] papers on cancer in Spain [and] a story for children. 1899-1963

432 – Powell, Samuel. Notes from letters written about his journeys in Central Africa commencing 1936 and notes on events prior to them. 1925-1937

433 – Hinde, Sidney Langford. Newspaper and journal cuttings on his life and work. 1881-1900

434 – Fleure, Herbert John. Collection. Oddments by various authors and creators from papers collected by H.J. Fleure

435 – Freeman, John Derek. Mr Tom Harrisson and research in Sarawak. 1961

436 – Davis, Joseph Barnard. Collection. Notebooks, letters and papers mostly dealing with Crania Britannica and a report on Australian Aborigines. 1853-1900

437 – Ware, Samuel Hibbert. Papers on the early inhabitants of the British Isles and neighbouring Europe [nd]

438 – Peters, Emrys Lloyd and Stella M. Peters. Collection. Diaries, notebooks and papers on the Bedouin of Cyrenaica and other miscellaneous papers. 1948-87

439 – Keith, Sir Arthur. Collection. Sir Arthur Keith’s research into ancient types of man and their evolution into present societies, worldwide. 1880-1949.


440 – Keith, Sir Arthur. Collection. [Human nature: research notes on the mental and moral qualities of man]. 1827-1952.

442 – Woodthorpe, Robert Gosset. Collection. Photographs, plates and paper on Assam and the Nagas. 1873-97.

443 – Epstein, Trude Scarlett. Mysore villages, 1954-70.

444 – Epstein, Trude Scarlett. New Britain, 1949-68.

445 – Rattray, Robert Sutherland. Photographs and illustrations taken in Ashanti and the Northern Territories, Ghana, letters and record books.

446 - Longmore, Laura. Essays, literary works, and biographical papers.

447 - Peters, Emrys Lloyd and Stella M. Peters. Photographs of Cyrenaica, Bedouin in black and white.

448 - Peters, Emrys Lloyd and Stella M. Peters. Photographs of J’baa village, Lebanon, and Egypt, Syria and Israel.

449 - Dennis, Reginald Burton. Biographical diaries and papers, scientific communications, technical papers, general anthropological papers and Burmese culture.