Abstract

The papers of Anthony Forge, British anthropologist, professor and specialist in the art and aesthetics of the Abelam people of Papua New Guinea, include field notes, photographs and original Abelam art commissioned by Forge during his fieldwork in the Sepik region of Papua New Guinea, 1958-1963. Also included are writings by Forge, writings of others, research proposals, teaching materials, reel-to-reel audio recordings, films, and documentation of the Wenner-Gren Foundation conferences in Basel, Switzerland (1984) and Mijas, Spain (1986). This collection is arranged in eleven series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) FIELDWORK RESEARCH, PAPUA NEW GUINEA 4) WRITINGS, 5) PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, 6) RESEARCH PROPOSALS, 7) TEACHING MATERIALS, 8) SUBJECT FILES, 9) MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES, 10) AUDIO/VISUAL MATERIALS, and 11) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

Biography

Born in West London, England, on February 27, 1929, Anthony Forge was educated at Highgate School. In 1948 he went on to do national service in Intelligence. He graduated from Cambridge University in 1953, where he studied anthropology under Edmund Leach. After graduation he spent three years in the printing industry, his father's profession, before enrolling in the London School of Economics, where he began graduate studies in anthropology and formed a close and lasting friendship with anthropologist Sir Raymond Firth.

In 1958, Forge undertook the first of two fieldwork studies among the Abelam people of the Sepik region of Papua New Guinea. This initial period in the field sharpened his anthropological interests and narrowed his focus to Abelam social organization, aesthetics and ritual. Forge's study methods included photography, daily journals and notes on basic cultural ideals (e.g. kinship, ritual, etc.).

In 1960, on returning from the field, Forge became a research officer for the London School of Economics "London Kinship Project." A year later he was appointed Assistant Lecturer in Social Anthropology at the London School of Economics, and in 1962 he returned to Papua New Guinea.

Forge's second fieldwork investigation (1962 - 1963) with the Abelam centered on the art of the region. He commissioned the production of 363 works of original Abelam art housed in this collection, of which over 150 came from the village of Kwanimbandu in the North Wosera. Much of this original artwork was documented piece by piece as it was being produced, both in field journals (i.e., through sketches and descriptive narrative) and photographically (i.e., sequential photos were taken every 15 - 20 minutes as the work was being created). Many of these photographs were used in Sheila Korn's formal study on the properties of Abelam painting, completed as her thesis: THE STRUCTURE OF AN ART-SYSTEM (University of London, 1974).

Forge spent a year as a Visiting Professor at Yale University in 1969, and by 1970 he had been appointed Senior Lecturer at the London School of Economics. In 1970 he coauthored a book with Raymond Firth and Jane Hubert entitled, FAMILIES AND THEIR RELATIVES: KINSHIP IN A MIDDLE-CLASS SECTOR OF LONDON. In 1973 Forge completed the editing of PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY, which included a chapter he authored entitled "Style and Meaning in Sepik Art." Soon after, he delivered the prestigious Malinowski Memorial Lecture entitled "The Golden Fleece."

Subsequently, fieldwork took Forge and his family to Bali for a year to study art and ritual. While on Bali, he was invited to visit the Australian National University and was selected to become the Foundation Professor of Anthropology in the Faculty of the Arts, where he built a strong research and teaching department.

During the late 1980s, Forge spent much time editing a draft entitled "Sepik Culture History," a collection of papers presented at the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Symposium in 1986. Although this volume was never published, the collection contains Forge's original introduction as well as much of the correspondence (dated 1984-1989) with other potential contributors. Forge also completed an important nine-chapter work titled "Abelam Exchange and Society," which was never published but survives in draft form in this collection.

Anthony Forge was heavily involved in collecting, most notably for the Museum of Ethnography in Basel, Switzerland, for which he assembled an impressive collection of Sepik art. He also assembled a large collection of traditional Balinese paintings for the Australian Museum in Sydney.

Anthony Forge died on October 7, 1991.

Scope and Content

The Anthony Forge Papers contain journals, photoprints, slides, notes, and original artwork from his fieldwork with the Abelam people of Papua New Guinea, 1958 - 1963. Also included in this collection are correspondence, writings by Forge, writings of others, photographs of Sepik art in museum collections, research proposals, audio recordings, and films, as well as material regarding his teaching and professional conferences that he attended. Notably absent from the collection are materials related to Forge's research in London and Bali.

This collection is arranged in eleven series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) FIELDWORK RESEARCH, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, 4) WRITINGS, 5) PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, 6) RESEARCH PROPOSALS, 7) TEACHING MATERIALS, 8) SUBJECT FILES, 9) MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES, 10) AUDIO/VISUAL MATERIALS, and 11) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

1. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

This series contains photographs of Forge, news clippings, Forge's curriculum vitae (1950-1974), and a three-page document outlining his research interests.

2. CORRESPONDENCE

This series contains correspondence with Forge's colleagues, friends and associates spanning the years 1962 - 1991. Major correspondents include Philip J. C. Dark, Raymond Firth, David Lea, Robert and Wendy MacLennan, Mervyn Meggitt, Michel Panoff, and David M. Schneider. Additional correspondence regarding PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY and other writings may be found in Series 4A.

3. FIELDWORK RESEARCH, PAPUA NEW GUINEA 1958-1963

The FIELDWORK RESEARCH series is arranged in five subseries: A) Fieldwork Journals, B) Notes, C) Note Card Indexes, D) Abelam Artwork, and E) Maps of Papua New Guinea.

A) The Fieldwork Journals subseries is arranged by date and contains Forge's daily handwritten entries, including information dealing with village events, conversations, formal interview sessions with informants, financial accounts, and photograph captions for selected rolls of black-and-white and color film in Series 5. The journals document both of Forge's fieldwork sessions in Papua New Guinea, 1958-1959 and 1962-1963.

B) The second subseries includes loose leaf notes arranged in alphabetical order by subject. This subseries also contains three notebooks that document the original Abelam artwork that Forge commissioned in 1962-1963 (see the Abelam Artwork subseries described below). Information in the notebooks includes a sketch of each painting, notes on design elements, the artist's name, and the date that the art was produced.

C) The Note Card Indexes subseries contains an Arapesh dictionary, a fieldwork journal subject index for 1958-1959 and a Sepik village index. The fieldwork journal subject index locates occurences of subject terms in the fieldwork journals found in the first subseries. The Sepik village index contains village names with information regarding their inhabitancy, location, whether the village has been mentioned in print, and if so, the citation.

D) Abelam Artwork, the fourth subseries, contains 363 original paintings and drawings by Abelam artists, commissioned by Forge on his second trip to Papua New Guinea, 1962-1963. The majority of the paintings are arranged numerically according to assigned numbers on the verso of each piece, 1-262 (missing numbers include 53, 231, 234, 237, 239, 242, 243). The production of this group of paintings was documented by Forge in notebooks contained in series 3B and photographs located in subseries 5A and 5D. Forge also analyzed this Abelam artwork in chapter 10 of PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY. Miscellaneous numbered paintings follow the first numbered sequence. These paintings were created in a group of villages in the North Wosera area and are said to represent all of the traditional designs known to every artist in the area at that time. The designs were executed on black or dark gray paper corresponding to the two colors of mud surfaces used by the Abelam and corresponding size to the sago-spathe panels traditionally used. The artists used black, white, red, and yellow ochre tempera colors corresponding to the earth pigments traditionally used. The paint was applied using traditional brushes. Also included in this series are color charcoal drawings and ink drawings.

E) The Maps of Papua New Guinea subseries contains maps of the areas in which Forge carried out his field studies. Along with regional maps, which date back to 1908, this subseries also contains a language map (1958-59), census and council maps, patrol report maps, and a Catholic missions map (1935).

4. WRITINGS

The WRITINGS series is arranged in two subseries: A) Writings by Forge and B) Writings of Others.

A) Writings by Forge are arranged alphabetically by title. Published writings include "The Golden Fleece," PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY, "Style and Stylisation in Sepik Art," "Learning to See in New Guinea" and "Marriage and Exchange in the Sepik: Some Scattered Comments on Francis Korn's Paper." Included among the PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY files is extensive correspondence concerning the book.

Unpublished works include "Abelam Exchange and Society" (a nine-chapter manuscript), "Art and Society," "Internal Exchange and External Trade in the Sepik," "Problem of Meaning in Art," "Wosera - It's Present Position and Problems," and "Sepik Culture History" (a proposed book containing papers presented at the Mijas Conference sponsored by the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research in 1986 and edited by Anthony Forge).

B) The Writings of Others subseries contains reprints and manuscripts sent to Forge by other authors, including Gregory Bateson, Raymond Firth, R.F. Fortune, Phyllis M. Kaberry, Sheila Korn, David A.M. Lea, Margaret Mead, and Rosemary Oxer. Also included in this subseries is one of Gregory Bateson's original field notebooks, which contains design sketches and descriptions. The materials are arranged alphabetically by author.

5. PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS

The PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS series is arranged in five subseries: A) Fieldwork, Papua New Guinea - Black/White Prints, B) Fieldwork, Papua New Guinea - Color Prints, C) Color Slides, D) Artifacts and Artwork of Papua New Guinea, and E) Miscellaneous Photographic Materials.

A) Fieldwork, Papua New Guinea - Black/White Prints subseries includes photoprints and contacts of images taken during his fieldwork in the Sepik region, 1958-1963. Photographic negatives are in 35mm and 2 1/4 inch formats. Photos document daily village life, including haus tambaran construction, yam ceremonies and the artwork associated with these events.

The first group of photoprints in this subseries is arranged by date of fieldwork and numerically by roll and frame number in two sequences, 1958-1959, rolls 2-121, and 1962-1963, rolls 1-58.

Photoprints contained in the publication arrangement group are enlargements printed from negatives represented in the above fieldwork photos but arranged according to Forge's own publication numbering system. These were originally located in three binders arranged by number (1-196) with no indication of corresponding publication. Forge noted the original roll and frame number on the verso of each photo print and added the roman numeral "II" to indicate rolls taken during the 1962-63 fieldwork session.

The Abelam painting process photoprints document the production of selected paintings located in the Abelam Artwork subseries of the FIELDWORK RESEARCH series. These sequential photoprints represent commissioned artwork produced during 1962-1963 and include paintings numbered 1-132 only. The photos were taken every 15 -20 minutes during the painting of each piece and document the development of each painting. Negatives for these photoprints are not contained in this collection. Notes and sketches of these paintings are located in subseries 3B. Color photoprints of 1-132 are located in series 5D, numbered artwork.

The final group of black-and-white photos is arranged alphabetically by subject. The photos depict objects, people and places. Uncategorized photoprints have been placed at the end of the subject groups in order by roll and frame number.

B) Fieldwork, Papua New Guinea - Color Prints subseries is arranged by year. The color photoprints duplicate slides located in the Color Slides subseries and are described in the caption lists at the beginning of that subseries.

The color photoprints, arranged by subject, are primarily of building facades, figures and paintings. They were originally contained in a note card box arranged by subject with dividers. Uncategorized prints located in the back of that box have been placed at the end of this grouping.

The last images in the color photoprints subseries are actually black-and-white copy prints of color prints. They are arranged by roll letter and frame number.

C) Color Slides subseries was arranged in subject order and assigned numbers by Forge. Included at the beginning of the subseries are typescript lists of slide captions.

D) Artifacts and Artwork of Papua New Guinea subseries contains color and black-and-white photoprints of collected artwork housed at various museums, including the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde. The photos are arranged by museum accession number.

The numbered artwork photoprints were located in a note card box and arranged numerically from 1-579 (missing numbers include 58, 80, 231, 237, 239, 242, 243, 256, 261, 263-300, 333, 464, 507, 512). These photoprints are believed to have been used by Sheila Korn in her Ph.D. research on Abelam artwork. Not only are the pictures numbered, but in some instances design elements within photos have been assigned numbers. The numbered photos/design elements correspond to the numbered painting examples Sheila Korn used in her analysis. Photos from this file are included in her thesis. Numbers 1-262 are color photoprints of the original Abelam artwork located in subseries 5D. Notes and sketches of numbers 1-262 are located in the Abelam painting notebooks located in subseries 3B. Painting process photoprints of numbers 1-132 are located in subseries 5A.

The Pukago area artwork photoprints are matted and arranged by number with caption labels included at the bottom of most images. Near the end of this numbered sequence, MacL is inserted before the numbering. The "MacL" photoprints were collected by Robert MacLennan. Documents describing the MacL photoprints and captions follow this group of photoprints.

E) The Miscellaneous Photographic Materials subseries contains photo prints, contacts, slides, and negatives, all arranged alphabetically. Included in this subseries are aerial photoprints of Papua New Guinea, photographs of family (negatives only) and groups of slides that accompanied lectures. Forge's headings have been retained as folder titles for most of these items, although some may seem cryptic. Unidentified items have been placed at the end of this subseries according to material format.

6. RESEARCH PROPOSALS

Forge's research proposals, dated 1967-1975, are in alphabetical order. All of the proposals are based on research to be conducted in Papua New Guinea.

7. TEACHING MATERALS

Materials include course notes, examinations and syllabi from various courses Forge taught between 1963 and 1984 at institutions in London, Australia and the United States.

8. SUBJECT FILES

This series contains association membership information, copies made from the archival collections of Gregory Bateson, F.E. Williams and Margaret Mead, material from the "Sepik village-centered maps project" at the Australian National University, a University of Papua New Guinea development plan, and other miscellaneous materials.

9. MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES

Arranged alphabetically, this series documents Forge's participation in meetings and conferences from 1961-1986, including the Association of Social Anthropologists conference on linguistics and social anthropology (1969), the Ethnic Arts Council of Los Angeles (1978), the Goroka Teachers College Second Papua New Guinea Food Crops Conference (1980), and Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research symposiums (1984 and 1986).

Much of the conference material is associated with the Wenner-Gren sponsored symposiums due to Forge's heavy involvement with this foundation. Materials from the 1984 conference entitled "Sepik Research Today," in Basel, Switzerland, include abstracts, curricula vitae of participants, correspondence, a film document, a publication outline, and reprints of each paper (including Forge's). At the 1986 Wenner-Gren conference, entitled "Sepik Culture History," in Mijas, Spain, Forge was both a participant and the symposium organizer. Materials from this conference include Forge's conference proposal to Wenner-Gren, curricula vitae of participants, correspondence, manuscripts, notes, and reprints. Correspondence regarding Forge's attempt to publish these conference proceedings in a book entitled "Sepik Culture History" is located in the Writings by Anthony Forge subseries in the WRITINGS series, as are his draft introductions, notes and a table of contents. Additional correspondence regarding the Wenner-Gren Foundation is located in the CORRESPONDENCE series.

10. AUDIO/VISUAL MATERIALS

A) Audio Tape Collection subseries includes 49 reel-to-reel audio recordings that were made during Forge's field studies in Papua New Guinea.

B) The Film Collection contains ten 16mm films taken during Forge's field studies in Papua New Guinea. The films have been transferred to VHS format.

11. ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

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11 Certificate for crossing the equator on the S.S. Orion, undated.
12 Curriculum vitae and publication list, 1950 - 1974.
13 News clippings, 1975 - 1978.
14 Photographs of Anthony Forge.
15 Research interests and research intended - Three-page document written by Forge, undated.

CORRESPONDENCE

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16 American Ethnologist, 1984 - 1985.
17 Australian National University, 1963 - 1989.
18 Bailey, F.G., 1968.
19 Barnes, J.A., 1964.
110 Barnett, H.G., 1969.
111 Betsy, 1963.
112 Blacking, John, 1964 - 1969.
113 British Broadcasting Corporation, 1963.
114 Bulmer, Ralph, 1971.
115 Burridge, Kenelm O.L., 1966 - 1970.
116 Celia, 1979.
117 Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1967.
118 Clarke, William C., 1975 - 1976.
119 Crawford, John G., 1976.
120 Curtain, Richard, 1976.
121 Dark, Philip J.C., 1964 - 1965.
122 Dart, Raymond A., 1968.
123 Director of Prosecutions, Brisbane, Queensland, 1985.
124 Dye, T. Wayne, 1984.
125 Erskine, Robert, 1962 - 1963. 1 page of correspondence includes an enclosure which describes 10 Abelam paintings.
126 Evans-Pritchard, E.E., 1967.
127 Fagg, William, 1967.
128 Fajans, Jane, 1976.
129 Firth, Raymond, 1958 - 1970.
130 Fortes, Meyer, 1968 - 1975.
131 Freeman, Derek, 1970.
132 Geertz, Hildred, 1987.
133 George Rainbird Limited, 1966.
134 Golson, Jack, 1963 - 1980.
135 Goody, Jack, 1967 - 1971.
136 Gregg International Publishers Limited, 1969 - 1970.
137 Havet, M.J., 1970 - 1971.
138 Haynes, Patrick H., 1975 - 1976.
139 Hogbin, Ian, 1960 - 1971.
140 Holt-Rinehart and Winston Ltd., 1966.
141 Hooper, Antony B., 1964.
142 Institute of Archaeology, London, 1966 - 1969.
143 James, Wendy, 1974.
144 Kahn, Miriam, 1976.
145 Kaufmann, Christian, 1977.
146 Koko, 1991.
147 Layard, P.R.G., 1966.
148 Lea, David, 1962 - 1987.
149 Leach, Edmund R., 1966 - 1968.
150 Lewis, Ioan M., 1969 - 1971.
151 Linden-Museum Stuttgart, 1978.
152 Little, Earl, 1973.
153 London Editions Limited, 1974.
154 London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London, 1962 - 1970.
155 Louise, 1971.
156 Lynn, 1963.
157 MacLennan, Wendy and Bob, 1964 - 1971.
158 Malinowski, Valetta, 1964.
21 MANKIND - Anthropological Society of Australia Journal, 1973 - 1975.
22 Matthey, Piero, 1974.
23 Mayer, Adrian, 1964 - 1966.
24 McLaren, Peter, 1967.
25 Mead, Margaret, 1964 - 1971.
26 Meggitt, Mervyn, 1964 - 1967.
27 Michelin, 1964.
28 Moir, Alfred, 1967.
29 Museum of Primitive Art, New York, 1963 - 1966.
210 National Film Archive, British Film Institute, 1969.
211 Newton, Douglas, 1963 - 1967.
212 O'Connor, Sally F., 1971.
213 Oxford University Press, 1990. Contains correspondence regarding a proposed book on Abelam art and Forge's final note to Don Gardner regarding this and a few other proposed publications.
214 Panoff, Michel, 1970.
215 Pete, undated.
216 Peter, 1974.
217 Peterson, Nicolas, 1971.
218 Pocock, David, 1968.
219 Pospisil, Leopold, 1966.
220 Powell, Harry A., 1966.
221 Progressive League, 1964.
222 Pryor, Lindsay, 1976 - 1977.
223 Rodney, 1969.
224 Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd., 1969 - 1970. Correspondence regarding FAMILIES AND THEIR RELATIVES.
225 Royal Anthropological Institution of Great Britain and Ireland, 1964.
226 Sahlins, Marshall, 1963.
227 Sani, Benjamin, 1986 - 1987.
228 Schindlbeck, Markus, 1984.
229 Schneider, David M., 1966 - 1970.
230 Schofield, Frank, 1963.
231 Simon Fraser University, 1969.
232 Tuzin, Don F., 1972.
233 Walsh, David, 1967.
234 Ward, Barbara, 1967.
235 Weir, Sheila, 1963.
236 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 1969 - 1987.
237 West End Recordings Ltd., 1969.
238 White, J. Peter, 1963 - 1964.
239 Whiteman, Josephine, 1963 - 1967.
240 Woodbury, Richard, 1969.
241 Worsley, Peter M., 1966 - 1967.
242 University of Zambia, Institute for Social Research, 1967.
243 Unidentified correspondents, 1963 - 1973.

FIELDWORK RESEARCH, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

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Fieldwork Journals

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244 1948-1959: Statistics journal.
245 1958 March 4 - September 9: Field notes.
246 1958 March 5 - April 30: Field notes.
247 1958 May 1 - May 22: Field notes.
248 1958 May 23 - June 12: Field notes.
31 1958 June 13 - June 21: Field notes.
32 1958 June 22 - July 9: Field notes.
33 1958 July 11 - July 26: Field notes.
34 1958 July 27 - August 22: Field notes.
35 1958 July - February: Field notes.
36 1958 August: Field notes.
37 1958 August 22 - September 10: Field notes.
38 1958 September 10 - July 7, 1959: Field notes.
39 1958 September 13 - September 30: Field notes.
310 1958 October 2 - October 22: Field notes.
311 1958 October 23 - November 7: Field notes.
41 1958 November 11 - November 26: Field notes.
42 1958 November 27 - December 10: Field notes.
43 1958 December 11 - December 31: Field notes.
44 1958: Accounts.
45 1958: Field notes and photograph captions. Includes captions of black-and-white print rolls 89-96 located in series 5A, box 21, and color print rolls I/15 and K/14 located in series 5B, box 24, folder 20.
46 1958-1959: Alitoa field notes. Forge's 1958-59 update of the Alitoa locality census that Margaret Mead took in 1932 and published in THE MOUNTAIN ARAPESH (1938).
47 1958-1959: Calendar of events.
48 1958-1959: Color photograph captions and field notes. Includes captions of all the color print rolls, A/3 - K/22.
49 1959 January 1 - January 23: Field notes.
410 1959 January 27 - March 3: Field notes.
411 1959: Language notes.
412 1959: Wora Census District, Wosera region field notes and lists of purchased objects.
413 1962 August 27 - September 24: Field notes and photograph captions. Includes captions of unidentified color print roll.
51 1962 September 3 - March 12, 1963: Field notes.
52 1962 September 26 - December 1: Field notes.
53 1962 December 2 - January 18, 1963: Field notes and photograph captions. Includes captions of unidentified black-and-white print rolls.
54 1962: Accounts.
55 1962-1978: Field notes with comments on photographs and reel-to-reel movies.
56 1963 January: Photograph captions. Includes captions of black-and-white print rolls 1 - 58 located in subseries 5A, box 22.
57 1963 January 18 - March 20: Field notes.
58 1963 March 13 - August 9: Field notes.
59 1963 April: Field notes.
510 1963 July 12 - August 5: Field notes with photograph captions. Includes captions of unidentified black-and-white print roll.
61 1963: Photograph captions. Includes captions of unidentified color print roll.
62 1980: Field notes.
63 Undated field notes.
64 Undated field notes, from May 12 - August 8 of an unidentified year.
65 Undated language notes.
66 Undated photograph captions and Indonesian language notes. Includes captions of unidentified print rolls 1-6.
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67 Abelam painting notebook, numbers 1 - 103. Forge's notes on commissioned artwork, 1963. Original artwork is located in box 9, folders 1-4. Sequential photographs of paintings 1-8, 11-19, 23-27, 30-32, 39-47, 57-60, 70, and 103 being produced are located in box 23, folders 8-46.
68 Abelam painting notebook, numbers 104 - 200. Forge's notes on commissioned artwork, 1963. Original artwork is located in box 9, folders 4-8. Sequential photographs of paintings 104, 105, 114-121, and 124-132 being produced are located in box 23, folders 46-50 and box 24, folders1-6.
69 Abelam painting notebook, numbers 201 - 262. Forge's notes on commissioned artwork, 1963. Original artwork is located in box 9, folders 8-10.
610 Adultery notes, undated.
71 Bengragum statistics, undated.
72 Bengragum and Kwalandu notebook, 1963.
73 Bengragum marriages, undated.
74 Bengragum totemism, 1958.
75 Genealogies notebook, undated.
76 Genealogy notes part 1, undated.
77FB-193-01Genealogy notes part 2, undated.
78 Genealogy roughs, 1962.
79FB-193-02House plans, undated.
710 Kinship, undated.
711 Kinship charts and village maps, undated.
712 Kinship system, 1958.
713 Kwanimbandu - Hamlet plans and village census notebook, 1962.
714 Language notes, undated.
715 Moeities, undated.
716 Music, undated.
717 Patrol report on Cargo cult - South Wosera Division, Maprik, 1962.
718 Pidgin texts, 1958 - 1964.
719 Pig presentation, March 15.
720 Pigs, undated.
721 Southern tribes, 1959.
722 Space, undated.
81FB-193-03Village and clan notes, 1959.
82 Village maps and individual household information, undated.
83 Wosera notes, 1956 - 1963.
84 Unidentified notes, 1958 - 1962.
85 Unidentified notes, undated.

Note Card Indexes

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86 Arapesh dictionary, A-G.
87 Arapesh dictionary, K - Kw.
88 Arapesh dictionary, L - Mu.
89 Arapesh dictionary, N - R.
810 Arapesh dictionary, T - Tw.
811 Arapesh dictionary, V - Y.
812 Fieldwork journal subject index, A - L (Absent men - Land), 1958 - 1959.
813 Fieldwork journal subject index, La - Y (Language distribution - Yuenjungei), 1958 - 1959.
814 Village index: Abelam - Wallis Island, undated.

Abelam Artwork, 1962-1963

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91MC-059-01Paintings, 1-26: Painting 7 is missing. Original paintings commissioned by Forge. Sequential photographs of the production of paintings 1-8, 11-19 and 23-26 are located in box 23, folders 9-28. Color photoprints of paintings 1-26 are located in box 31, folder 10. Notes and sketches of these works are located in the Abelam painting notebook, box 6, folder 7.
92MC-059-02Paintings, 27-54: Paintings 38 and 53 are missing. Original paintings commissioned by Forge. Sequential photographs of the production of paintings 27, 30, 32, and 39-47 are located in box 23, folders 28-40. Color photoprints of paintings 27-54 are located in box 31, folders 10-11. Notes and sketches of these works are located in the Abelam painting notebook, box 6, folder 7.
93MC-060-01Paintings, 55-81: Paintings 70 and 80 are missing. Original paintings commissioned by Forge. Sequential photographs of the production of paintings 57-60 and 70 are located in box 23, folders 41-45. Color photoprints of paintings 55-57, 59-79 and 81 are located in box 31, folders 11-12. Notes and sketches of these works are located in the Abelam painting notebook, box 6, folder 7.
94MC-060-02Paintings, 82-105. Original paintings commissioned by Forge. Sequential photographs of the production of paintings 102-105 are located in box 23, folder 46. Color photoprints of paintings 82-105 are located in box 31, folders 12-13. Notes and sketches of these works are located in the Abelam painting notebook, box 6, folders 7-8.
95MC-061-01Paintings, 106-129. Original paintings commissioned by Forge. Sequential photographs of the production of paintings 114- 21 and 124-129 are located in box 23, folder 47-50 and box 24, folder 1-5. Color photoprints of paintings 106-129 are located in box 31, folders 13-14. Notes and sketches of these works are located in the Abelam painting notebook, box 6, folder 8.
96MC-061-02Paintings, 130-153: Painting 131 is missing. Original paintings commissioned by Forge. Sequential photographs of the production of paintings 130-132 are located in box 24, folders 5-6. Color photoprints of paintings 130-153 are located in box 31, folders 14-15. Notes and sketches of these works are located in the Abelam painting notebook, box 6, folder 8.
97MC-062-01Paintings, 154-177. Original paintings commissioned by Forge. Color photoprints of paintings 154-177 are located in box 31, folder 15. Notes and sketches of these works are located in the Abelam painting notebook, box 6, folder 8.
98MC-062-02Paintings, 178-202. Original paintings commissioned by Forge. Color photoprints of paintings 178-202 are located in box 31, folder 15 and box 32, folder 1. Notes and sketches of these works are located in the Abelam painting notebooks, box 6, folders 8-9.
99MC-063-01Paintings, 203-229. Original paintings commissioned by Forge. Color photoprints of paintings 203-229 are located box 32, folders 1-2. Notes and sketches of these works are located in the Abelam painting notebook, box 6, folder 9.
910MC-063-02Paintings, 230-262: Paintings 231, 234, 237, 239, 242, 243 and 247 are missing. Original paintings commissioned by Forge. Color photoprints of paintings 230, 232, 233, 235, 236, 238, 240, 241, 244-255, 257-260 and 262 are located in box 32, folders 2-3. Notes and sketches of these works are located in the Abelam painting notebook, box 6, folder 9.
911MC-063-03Paintings - miscellaneous numbered works undocumented by notes/photographs. Original paintings commissioned by Forge.
912MC-064-01Paintings - miscellaneous numbered works undocumented by notes/photographs. Original paintings commissioned by Forge.
913MC-064-02Paintings - color charcoal drawings commissioned by Forge.
914MC-064-03Paintings - ink drawings commissioned by Forge.

Maps of Papua New Guinea

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915 Abelam land and Wewak town plan, undated.
916MC-072-01Catholic missions map, 1935.
917MC-072-02Census, council and electorate maps, 1962 - 1973.
918MC-072-03Languages of the Eastern, Western and Southern Highlands map, 1958 - 1959.
919MC-072-04Patrol plan map of the Sepik District with subdistrict boundaries and census divisions, undated.
920MC-131-01Patrol report maps, 1959 - 1967.
921MC-131-02Regional maps, 1908 - 1923. Includes British New Guinea territory, Papua New Guinea territory and Ramu River.
922MC-131-03Regional maps, 1942-1956. Includes Aitape, Ambunti, Bogia, May River, Ramu and Sepik.
923MC-131-04Regional maps, 1959. Includes Korogo East and West, Maprik East and West, Omba East and West, Tring East and West, Wewak East and West, Wihama East and West, Yogei East and West.
924MC-XXX-02Regional maps, 1960. Wewak-Lower Sepik Area Land Systems.
925MC-131-05Regional maps, 1961-1978. Includes Dreikikir, Maprik, Papua New Guinea territory and Wewak.
926MC-131-06Regional maps, undated and untitled. Includes one map legend with no corresponding map.
927MC-072-05Wora and North Wosera Census District by D.A.M. Lea, undated.

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928 Abelam Art and Ritual - Manuscript, 1961.
929 Abelam Artist. SOCIAL ORGANIZATION: ESSAYS PRESENTED TO RAYMOND FIRTH. Edited by Maurice Freedman. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Co., 1967.
930 Abelam book - Correspondence, 1981.
931 Abelam book - Manuscript, undated. Submitted for publication to the Australian Museum, publication outcome is unknown.
932 Abelam Exchange - Nov. 4 lecture manuscript.
933 Abelam Exchange and Society manuscript - Chapter 1, Abelam Society, undated. Unpublished manuscript.
934 Abelam Exchange and Society manuscript - Chapter 2, Clanship I, undated.
935 Abelam Exchange and Society manuscript - Chapter 3, Clanship II, undated.
936 Abelam Exchange and Society manuscript - Chapter 4, Agnates and Bigmen, undated.
937 Abelam Exchange and Society manuscript - Chapter 5, T[ch]ambera, undated.
938 Abelam Exchange and Society manuscript - Chapter 7, Tambaran Cult, undated.
101 Abelam Exchange and Society manuscript - Chapter 8, Marriage, undated.
102 Abelam Exchange and Society manuscript - Chapter 9, Male Mothers - Nourish and Curse, undated.
103 Abelam Exchange and Society notes, undated.
104 Abelam Exchange and Society table of contents, undated.
105 Abelam Material Culture - Book outline and proposal, undated.
106 Abelam, New Guinea. FAMILY OF MAN: PEOPLE OF THE WORLD, HOW AND WHERE THEY LIVE, PART 1. Great Britain: Marshall Cavendish Ltd., 1974.
107 Analysis of Abelam Art - Manuscript, undated.
108 Art and Environment in the Sepik - Correspondence, 1965.
109 Art and Environment in the Sepik - Manuscript, 1965.
1010 Art and Environment in the Sepik - Reprint. The Curl Lecture, 1965. From Proceedings of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland.
1011 Art and Social Life - Correspondence, 1974 - 1975.
1012 Art and Social Life - Manuscript, undated.
1013 Art and Society - Correspondence, 1959 - 1960.
1014 Art and Society - Manuscript. Royal Geographical Society Lecture, 1960.
1015 Art as an Action in Papua New Guinea - Manuscript, undated.
1016 Artist - Manuscript, undated.
1017 Balinese Religion and Indonesian Identity - Manuscript. INDONESIA: THE MAKING OF A CULTURE. Edited by James J. Fox. Canberra: Australian University, 1980. Pp. 221-233.
1018 Bengragum Marriages - Manuscript, undated.
1019 Bound by Literacy and Reviews in Brief - Original journal articles, contained in the same issue of NEW SOCIETY. Review of "Literacy in Traditional Societies". Edited by Jack Goody. NEW SOCIETY, No. 342 (April 1969): 608. And Review of "Capitalism, Primitive and Modern" by T. Scarlett Epstein. NEW SOCIETY, No. 342 (April 1969): 609.
1020 Canberra - Manuscript, undated.
1021 Ceremonial Houses - Sepik District, New Guinea - Correspondence, 1968 - 1969.
1022 Ceremonial Houses - Sepik District, New Guinea - Manuscript. SHELTER AND SOCIETY. Edited by Paul Oliver. New York: F.A. Praeger, 1969.
1023 Clanship and Totemism Among Abelam - Correspondence, 1962 - 1965.
1024 Clanship and Totemism Among Abelam - Manuscript, undated.
1025 Comments on the Rapid Appraisal ... in Wosera ... East Sepik - Manuscript, undated.
1026 Creativity in a Timeless Culture: Change in the Plastic Arts of Sepik Society - Abstract. Lecture given at Australian National University, Humanities Research Center. Conference on Creativity and the Idea of a Culture, 1982.
1027 Creativity in a Timeless Culture: Change in the Plastic Arts of Sepik Society - Correspondence, 1982.
1028 Didactic Legend - Original journal article. Review of "Blackberry Winter: My Earlier Years" by Margaret Mead. NEW SOCIETY, Vol. 27, No. 587 (January 1974): 29-30.
1029 Differentiation In an Egalitarian Society - Manuscript, undated.
1030 Ecology of the Abelam with Emphasis on the Wosera - Manuscript, undated.
1031 Equality and Inequality in the Sepik - Manuscript, 1986.
1032 Feud or Warfare in New Guinea - Manuscript, undated.
1033 Flavour of a Stone Age - Original journal article. Review of "The High Valley" by Kenneth E. Read. NEW SOCIETY, No. 229 (February 1967): 245.
1034 Gift Aggro - Original journal article. Review of "Fighting with Food" by Michael W. Young. NEW SOCIETY, No. 485 (January 1972): 79.
111 Golden Fleece - Manuscript.
112 Golden Fleece - Reprint. Malinowski Memorial Lecture, also published in MAN, Vol. 7, No. 4 (December 1972): 527-540.
113 Haus - Tambaran, section II, chapter I - Manuscript, undated.
114 Hypothesis on the relation between art and society in the Sepik river area, manuscript - Undated.
115 Internal Exchange and External Trade in the Sepik - Correspondence, 1978.
116 Internal Exchange and External Trade in the Sepik - Manuscript, 1977. Submitted for publication in a symposium volume of the Australian Museum, publication outcome is unknown.
117 Introductions to unidentified writings - Manuscripts, undated.
118 Kinship Study in London, Problems and Methods - Correspondence, 1969.
119 Kinship Study in London, Problems and Methods - Manuscript. Paper presented at a conference, Family and Kin Ties in Britain and Their Social Implications. British Sociological Association/Association of Social Anthropologists, 1961.
1110 Land and Settlement - Manuscript, undated.
1111 Land Pressures in the Wosera - Manuscript, undated.
1112 Leadership and Authority - Manuscript, 1960.
1113 Learning to See in New Guinea - Correspondence, 1966 - 1969.
1114 Learning to See in New Guinea - Manuscript.
1115 Learning to See in New Guinea - Reprint. SOCIALIZATION: THE APPROACH FROM SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY, A.S.A. Monograph 8. Edited by Philip Mayer. London: Tavistock Publications Limited, 1969. Pp. 269-291.
1116 Lectures - Manuscripts, untitled and undated.
1117 Levi-Strauss - Correspondence, 1967.
1118FB-193-04Levi-Strauss - Proof page, 1967.
1119 Levi-Strauss - Original journal article. NEW SOCIETY, No. 266 (November 1967): 622-625.
1120 Lonely Anthropologist - Original journal article. NEW SOCIETY, No. 255 (August 1967): 221-223.
1121 Marriage and Exchange in the Sepik; Some Scattered Comments on Francis Korn's Paper - Correspondence, 1971.
1122 Marriage and Exchange in the Sepik; Some Scattered Comments on Francis Korn's Paper - Manuscript.
1123 Marriage and Exchange in the Sepik; Some Scattered Comments on Francis Korn's Paper - Reprint. RETHINKING KINSHIP AND MARRIAGE. Edited by Rodney Needham. London: Tavistock Publications, 1971. Pp. 133-143.
1124 Moon Magic - Original journal article. NEW SOCIETY, No. 355 (July 1969): 87-88.
1125 Need for a Study of Primitive Art and the Artist in a Social Context - Manuscript, undated.
1126 New Guinea - Manuscript, undated.
1127 New Guinea, the People and Their Culture - Correspondence, 1967 - 1974.
1128 New Guinea, the People and Their Culture - Manuscript. PAPUA NEW GUINEA: PROSPERO'S OTHER ISLAND. Edited by Peter Hastings. Sydney: Angus and Robertson Ltd., 1971. Pp. 60-73.
1129 New Guinea Religions - Correspondence, 1968 - 1970.
1130 New Guinea Religions - Manuscript. MAN, MYTH AND MAGIC: AN ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SUPERNATURAL. Edited by Richard Cavendish. New York: Marshall Cavendish Corp., 1970. Pp. 1846-1850.
1131 New Guinea Sculpture - Correspondence, 1965 - 1967.
1132 New Guinea Sculpture - Manuscript. ANTIQUES INTERNATIONAL. Edited by Mary Anne Norbury. London: George Rainbird Ltd., 1966.
1133 Normative Factors in the Settlement Size of Neolithic Cultivators - Correspondence, 1972.
1134 Normative Factors in the Settlement Size of Neolithic Cultivators - Manuscript. Paper presented at Research Seminar on Archaeology and Related Subjects - Three-day Meeting on Settlement Patterns and Urbanism, 1970.
1135 Normative Factors in the Settlement Size of Neolithic Cultivators - Reprint. MAN, SETTLEMENT AND URBANISM. By Peter Ucko, Ruth Tringham and G.W. Dimbleby. London: Gerald Duckworth and Co. Ltd., 1972. Pp. 363-376.
1136 Notes on Eastern Abelam Designs Painted on Paper - Manuscript. THREE REGIONS OF MELANESIAN ART: NEW GUINEA AND THE NEW HEBRIDES. By the Museum of Primitive Art, New York. New York: Distributed by University Publishers, 1960.
1137 Notes on the Current Position of Art Production in the Sepik River Area - Manuscript, 1964.
1138 Other Men's Sisters - Original journal article. Review of "The Elementary Forms of Kinship" by Claude Levi-Strauss. NEW SOCIETY, No. 336 (March 1969): 373-374.
1139 Paint, a Magical Substance - Correspondence, 1960 - 1964.
1140 Paint, a Magical Substance - Manuscript, 1962.
1141 Paint, a Magical Substance - Reprint. PALETTE, No. 9. Basle, Switzerland: Sandoz Ltd., 1962.
121 Power of Culture and the Culture of Power - Photocopy of chapter. Chapter and page numbers differ from the published version. SEPIK HERITAGE: TRADITION AND CHANGE IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Edited by Nancy Lutkehaus...[et al.]. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press for Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 1990. Pp. 160-170.
122 Power of Culture or Vice-Versa - Correspondence, 1984 - 1985.
123 Power of Culture or Vice-Versa - Manuscripts, undated.
124 Power of Culture or Vice-Versa - Reprint. Paper presented at a symposium, Sepik Research Today: The Study of Sepik Cultures in and for Modern Papua New Guinea. Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 1984.
125 Prestige, Influence and Sorcery: A New Guinea Example - Correspondence, 1970.
126 Prestige, Influence and Sorcery: A New Guinea Example - Manuscript, 1970.
127 Prestige, Influence and Sorcery: A New Guinea Example - Reprint. WITCHCRAFT, CONFESSIONS AND ACCUSATIONS, A.S.A. Monograph No. 9. Edited by Mary Douglas, 257-275. London: Tavistock Publications, 1970. Pp. 257-275.
128 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Appendix, undated. PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY. Edited by Anthony Forge. London: Oxford University Press for Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 1970. Pp. 169-199.
129 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Book jacket, undated.
1210 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Book reviews, 1975.
1211 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Caption settings, undated.
1212 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Chapters 1-5, manuscripts, undated.
1213 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Chapters 6-9, manuscripts, undated.
1214 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Chapter 10 by Anthony Forge, manuscript, undated.
1215 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Chapter 10 by Anthony Forge, reprint, undated.
1216 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Chapters 11-14, manuscripts, undated.
1217 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Bateson, Gregory, 1967 - 1972.
1218 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Dark, Philip, 1967 - 1972.
1219 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, d'Azevedo Warren, 1967 - 1972.
1220 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Dockstader, Fred, 1967 - 1972.
1221 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Fagg, Bill, 1967 - 1972.
1222 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Firth, Raymond, 1970 - 1971.
1223 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Goldman, Philip, 1968 - 1970.
1224 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Goldwater, Robert, 1968.
1225 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Jones, Will, 1967 - 1972.
1226 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Kooijman, Simon, 1967 - 1972.
1227 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Leach, Edmund, 1967 - 1972.
1228 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1967 - 1971.
1229 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Munn, Nancy, 1967 - 1972.
131 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Oxford University Press, 1967 - 1973.
132 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Paulme, Denise, 1967 - 1972.
133 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Sieber, Roy, 1967 - 1972.
134 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Correspondence, Wenner-Gren Foundation, 1967 - 1971.
135 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Figures and plates, undated.
136 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Index of authors, artists and authorities, undated.
137FB-193-05PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Index proofs.
138 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Introduction by Anthony Forge, manuscript, undated.
139 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Introduction by Anthony Forge, reprint, 1973.
1310 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Preface by Raymond Firth, manuscript, undated.
1311 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - References, undated.
1312 PRIMITIVE ART AND SOCIETY - Table of contents draft, 1967.
1313 Problem of Meaning and the Art of New Guinea - Manuscript. Paper presented at a symposium, The Art of Oceania, 1974.
1314 Problem of Meaning in Art: New Guinea - Correspondence, 1974.
1315 Problem of Meaning in Art: New Guinea - Manuscript. EXPLORING THE VISUAL ART OF OCEANIA: AUSTRALIA, MELANESIA, MICRONESIA, AND POLYNESIA. Edited by Sidney Mead. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1979. Pp. 278-287.
1316 Reality and Illusion: Ancestors and Spirits - Manuscript, undated.
1317 Research in Social Anthropology in Oceania - Manuscript, undated.
1318 Reviews in Brief - Original journal article. Review of "Gods, Ghosts and Men in Melanesia" by P. Lawrence and M.J. Meggitt. NEW SOCIETY, No. 216 (November 1966): 772.
1319 Ritual and Art as Meta-Culture - Manuscript, undated.
1320 Schematisation and Meaning - Manuscript, undated.
1321 Schematisation and Meaning - Reprint. FORM IN INDIGENOUS ART: SCHEMATISATION IN THE ART OF ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIA AND PREHISTORIC EUROPE. Edited by Peter Ucko. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1977. Pp. 28-32.
1322 Sepik Culture History - Chapters 6 and 20, manuscript, undated. Proposed publication of proceedings from a conference, Sepik Culture History: Innovation, Variation and Synthesis. Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 1984. This book remains unpublished.
1323 Sepik Culture History - Correspondence, 1984 - 1989.
1324 Sepik Culture History - Introduction, undated. 1 of 3 folders.
1325 Sepik Culture History - Introduction, undated. 2 of 3 folders.
141 Sepik Culture History - Introduction, undated. 3 of 3 folders.
142 Sepik Culture History - Notes, undated.
143 Sepik Culture History - Table of contents, 1986.
144 Sepik River Cultures - Correspondence, 1971 - 1973.
145 Sepik River Cultures - Manuscript. Proposed publication titled "Peoples of the World - Volume 1, Australia, New Guinea and Melanesia". According to correspondence Forge edited this publication. Published by Tom Stacy Ltd., London, published in 1972 or 1973.
146 Squandered Resources: The Undervaluing of Traditional Knowledge and Technology in Papua New Guinea. Abstract - undated.
147 Squandered Resources: The Undervaluing of Traditional Knowledge and Technology in Papua New Guinea. Manuscript - undated.
148 Study of the Visual Art in Anthropology - Correspondence, 1969 - 1970.
149 Study of the Visual Art in Anthropology - Manuscript. UNESCO International Study on the "Main Trends of Research in the Social and Human Sciences," 1969.
1410 Style and Stylisation in Sepik Art - Manuscript, undated.
1411 Style and Stylisation in Sepik Art - Photographic material, undated.
1412 Style and Stylisation in Sepik Art - Reprint, 1967. Paper presented at a symposium, Primitive Art and Society. Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.
1413 T[ch]ambera Relationship - Manuscript, undated.
1414 Three Kamanggabi Figures From the Arambak People of the Sepik District - Manuscript. THREE REGIONS OF MELANESIAN ART: NEW GUINEA AND THE NEW HEBRIDES. By the Museum of Primitive Art, New York. New York: Distributed by University Publishers, 1960.
1415 Three Kamanggabi Figures From the Arambak People of the Sepik District - Photographic material, undated.
1416 Three Kamanggabi Figures From the Arambak People of the Sepik District - Exhibit publicity material, undated.
1417 Tribal Art and Western Vision - Manuscript, 1978.
1418 Tswamung: A Failed Big-Man - Correspondence, 1968 - 1970.
1419 Tswamung: A Failed Big-Man - Manuscript, undated.
1420 Tswamung: A Failed Big-Man - Reprint. CROSSING CULTURAL BOUNDARIES: THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE. Edited by Solon T. Kimball and James B. Watson. San Francisco: Chandler Publishing Company, 1972. Pp. 257-273.
1421 Violence Among the Abelam - Manuscript, undated.
1422 What has happened to Oceanic art this century? Lecture manuscript, undated.
1423 Where Are the Symbols? Manuscript, undated.
1424 Wosera - Aspect and Prospect - Manuscript, undated.
1425 Wosera, Its Present Position and Problems - Correspondence, 1962 - 1963.
1426 Wosera, Its Present Position and Problems - Manuscripts, 1963. This folder includes Village Population Registers of the North Wosera Census Division, 1962.
1427 Unidentified, undated writings.

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1428 Adams, Monni, 1983. Includes "Indonesian Textiles: Silent Symbols and the Structure of Costume in Indonesia."
1429 Agricultural Resource Potential of Papua New Guinea, 1980.
1430 Allen, B. J., 1988. Includes "Environmental Considerations in Sepik History."
151 Barlow, Kathleen - Undated. Includes "Transformation of Male and Female in Murik Outrigger Canoes."
152 Bateson, Gregory, 1930 - 1936. Includes "Bateson Iatmul Warfare," "Cybernetic Explanation," "The Distribution of Mind," "Redundancy and Coding," "Music in New Guinea."
153 Bateson, Gregory - Undated. Handwritten journal, includes sketches of designs with names and brief descriptions.
154 Beier, Georgina, 1965 - 1977. Includes "Outsider Art in the Third World," "Tyeb Mehta," various exhibition opening invitations and workshop notices, University of Ife and Institute of Papua New Guinea studies annual reports.
155FB-193-06Beier, Georgina - Undated. Includes posters with pasted exhibition and workshop notices.
156 Beier, Ulli, 1961 - 1976. Includes "Exhibitions: 1961-1975," "A Bibliography of Writings," "Yoruba Attitudes to Death," "Gift Orakpo," "Sultan Ali," "The Artist in Society."
157 Beier, Ulli, 1977. Includes "Natasha Ungeheuer," "Contemporary Art in India," "Soma Mase and Other Warli Painters," "Curriculum Vitae: Ulli Beier," "Ethnographica."
158 Benjamin, C. - Undated. Includes "Subsistence Gardening on the Hoskins Oil Palm Scheme."
159 Bourke, R.M., 1986. Includes notes on "Periodic Markets in Papua New Guinea."
1510 Clarke, William C. - Undated. Includes "A Change of Subsistence Staple in Prehistoric New Guinea."
1511 Coursey, D.G. - Undated. Includes "The Civilizations of the Yam."
1512 Crosby, Eleanor, 1975. Includes "Sago Production in Melanesia: Aspects of the Morphology and Distribution of the Palm Felling and Pith Chopping Implements."
1513 Crozier, D.F., 1949. Includes "Memorandum on London Libraries Containing Material Relating to the Pacific Islands."
1514 Curtain, Richard - Undated. Includes "Who Benefits From Migration? Some Evidence From the East Sepik."
1515 d'Azevedo, Warren, 1967. Includes "Mask Makers and Myth in Western Liberia."
1516 Dewdney, Micheline, 1966. Includes "The Maprik Open Electorate."
1517 Dufrenne, Mikel, 1968. Includes "Main Trends of Research in the Study of Artistic and Literary Expressions."
1518 Fagg, William, 1967. Includes "In Search of Meaning in African Art," "In Search of Meaning in African Art: The Philosophical Gap."
1519 Firth, Raymond - Undated. Includes notes.
1520 Fisk, E.K., 1972 - 1974. Includes "Development Goals in Rural Melanesia," "The Traditional Economy as a Basis for Rural Development."
1521 Fortune, R. F., 1933 - 1947. Includes "A Note on Some Forms of Kinship Structure," "Law and Force in Papuan Societies."
1522 Frankenberg, Ronald, 1961. Includes "Relatively Open Systems of Stratification: Britain and the Marxist Concept of Class."
1523 Fratkin, Elliot, 1971. Includes "The Structural Relation of Myth and Ritual," "Part II: The Hevene Mask Cycle of Orokolo Bay, New Guinea."
1524 Freedman, Maurice, 1970. Includes "Main Trends of Research in Social and Cultural Anthropology: An Outline for the Guidance of Associates and Consultants."
161 Galis, K.W., 1956. Includes "Bibliography of West New Guinea."
162 Gerritsen, Rolf, 1975. Includes "Aspects of the Political Evolution of Rural Papua New Guinea: Towards a Political Economy of the Terminal Peasantry."
163 Gerstner, P. Andreas - Undated. Includes "The Cultivation of Yams in the But District, New Guinea."
164 Girard, M.B. Francoise, 1959. Includes "Quelques Plantes Utilisees Dans Diverses Techniques Par Les Buang: District de Morube, Nouvelle Guinee Sous Tutelle Australienne."
165 Gjessing, Gutorm, 1954. Includes "Changing Lapps."
166 Gorecki, D.P. - Undated, 1985. Includes "The Yuat Gorge: 1984 Field Report."
167 Graburn, Nelson - Undated. Includes "Art, Ethno-Aesthetics and the Contemporary Scene."
168 Hauser-Schaublin, Brigitta - Undated. Includes "The Visual Expression of Man's Relation to Death and the World of Spirits."
169 Hays, Terence E., 1986 - 1987. Includes letter and "Pigs of the Forest and Other Unwritten Papers."
1610 Healey, Christopher J., 1979. Includes "Assimilation of Nonagnates Among the Kundagai Maring of the Papua New Guinea Highlands," "Cassowaries for the Ancestors: Aspects of Sacrifice Among the Kundagai Maring of the Papua New Guinea Highlands," " Women and Suicide in New Guinea."
1611 Herdt, Gilbert, 1974 - 1975. Includes "Social Prestige, Leadership and Social Control in the Moka Arena of Mt. Hagen," "Simbari Social Organization: A First Sketch."
1612 Herdt, Gilbert, 1976 - 1977. Includes "Exploring Cognitive Variation and Its Cultural Limits: A First Summary of Cognitive Variation Research Completed Among Samples of Adolescent Simbari Males, October, 1975," "The Shaman's 'Calling' Among the Simbari of New Guinea," "Sambia Nose-Bleeding Rites and Male Proximity to Women."
1613 Hogbin, Ian, 1953. Includes "Local Grouping in Melanesia."
1614 Huber, Peter B. - Undated. Includes "Defending the Cosmos: Violence and Social Order Among the Anggor of New Guinea."
1615 Illustrated London News, 1959. Includes "Gold, Silver, Lapis and Obsidian in the Splendid Swords of the Kings."
1616 Jones, W.T. - Undated. Includes "Talking About Art and Primitive Society."
1617 Kaberry, Phyllis M., 1941 - 1942. Includes "The Abelam Tribe, Sepik District, New Guinea: A Preliminary Report," "Law and Political Organization in the Abelam Tribe, New Guinea."
171 Kaberry, Phyllis M., 1957 - 1966. Includes "Political Organization of the Northern Abelam."
172 Korn, Sheila, 1974. Microfilm format of her thesis THE STRUCTURE OF AN ART-SYSTEM: A FORMAL ANALYSIS OF A CORPUS OF ABELAM PAINTINGS by Sheila M. Korn. Findings of a 2-year study on the properties of Abelam painting. Study material includes many of the original Abelam paintings commissioned by Anthony Forge during his field work, 1962-1963.
173 Korn, Sheila. Notes on Abelam painting research.
174 Korn, Sheila. Typescript of "Formal Analysis of Visual Systems". Findings of a 2-year study of the properties of Abelam painting. Study material includes many of the original Abelam paintings commissioned by Anthony Forge during his field work, 1962-1963.
175 Landtman, Gunnar, 1914. Includes "Kiwai Papuanernas Satt Att Fardas - How the Kiwai Papuans Travel."
176 Lea, David A.M., 1964. Includes "Abelam Land and Sustenance."
177 Lea, David A.M., 1966 - 1971. Includes "Yam Growing in the Maprik Area," "Access to Land Among Swidden Cultivators: An Example from New Guinea," "Activities Studies in New Guinea Villages," 2 copies of "The Yangoru Cargo Cult, 1971."
178 Lipset, David, 1988. Includes "The Exchange of Maximal Personhood in the Murik Lakes," "Giving Paint: Person and Agency Among the Murik."
181 Lutkehaus, Nancy - Undated. Includes "Hierarchy and 'Heroic History' in Manam: Structural Transformations in Sepik Culture and Society."
182 May, R.J., 1974. Includes "Tourism and the Artifact Industry in Papua New Guinea."
183 McDowell, Nancy - Undated. Includes "The Production and Reproduction of Social Relations: Power, Equity, and Sister Exchange in Bun and Mundugumor."
184 Mead, Margaret, 1933 - 1934. Includes "The Marsalai Cult Among the Arapesh, With Special Reference to the Rainbow Serpent Beliefs of the Australian Aboriginals," "Tamberans and Tumbuans in New Guinea."
185 Mead, Sidney M., 1975. Includes chapter 7: "The Artistic Process," chapter 8: "Significance and Function."
186 Mitchell, William E., 1975. Includes "Culturally Contrasting Therapeutic Systems of the West Sepik: The Lujere."
187 Munn, Nancy D. - Undated. Includes "The Spatial Presentation of Cosmic Order in Walbiri Iconography."
188 Murray, J.H.P., 1923. Includes "Recent Exploration in Papua."
189 Nekitel, Otto, 1985. Includes "Abu Speech Surrogates."
1810 Newton, Douglas, 1966 - 1985. Includes notes on New Guinea and "Notes for a Iatmul Chronicle."
1811 Oxer, Rosemary, 1965. Includes "The Socio-Cultural Effects of Culture Contact and Land Shortage in the Wosera Census Division of the Sepik District."
1812 Panoff, Francoise - Undated. Includes "Some Facets of Maenge Horticulture."
1813 Patterson, John Hunter, 1842. Includes "Proposed Plan for the Better Treatment of the Aborigines of Australia Felix, by John Hunter Patterson, of Melbourne Port Phillip."
1814 Paulme, Denise - Undated. Includes "Adornment and Nudity in Tropical Africa," "Parure et Nudite en Afrique Noire."
1815 Rawling, Captain C.G., 1911. Includes "Exploration in Dutch New Guinea."
1816 Ripot, 1962. Includes "Legislative Kaunsil Bilong Papua na New Guinea."
1817 Rooney, Wes - Undated. Includes "Changing Food Supply Systems in Eastern Inland Manus."
1818 Roscoe, Paul B., 1986 - 1987. Includes "Ceremonial Art in the Sepik: An Affective Approach to Melanesian Art," "The Art of Conflict: Differential Artistic Productivity in the Sepik and the Highlands."
1819 Rosser, Colin, 1961. Includes "Relationships Through Marriage in a Welsh Urban Area."
1820 Rubel, Paula G. - Undated. Includes "Exchange Partners in New Guinea Societies."
1821 Scaglion, Richard - Undated. Includes "Spare the Rod and Spoil the Woman? Family Violence in Abelam Society," "Legal Adaptation in a Papua New Guinea Village Court," "Abelam Migration and Cultural Exportation."
1822 Schlesier, Erhard, 1970. Includes "Me'udana."
1823 Schofield, F.D. - Undated. Includes "Health and Nutritional Status of the People of the Wosera."
1824 Sepik District Anthropological Bibliography, 1963.
1825 Sieber, Roy, 1967. Includes "Art and History in Ghana."
191 Standish, Bill, 1978 - 1980. Includes "Pork, Talk and Beer; Colonial and Post-Colonial Electioneering in Simbu Province, PNG Highlands," "The 'Big Man' Model Reconsidered: Power and Stratification in Simbu, Papua New Guinea Highlands," "Corruption in the Highlands," "Bloody Tribal Fighting Imperils PNG Security."
192 Stent, W.R., 1973 - 1977. Includes "An Interview with a Cargo Cult Leader," "An Interpretation of a Cargo Cult Leader."
193 Stevenson, Michael - Undated. Includes "The Wantok Connection in Papua New Guinea."
194 Straatmans, W., 1967. Includes "Ethnobotany of New Guinea in its Ecological Perspective."
195 Strathern, Marilyn, 1974. Includes "Preliminary Report on Questionaire Relating to Sexual Offences as Defined in the Criminal Codes."
196 Strathern, Marilyn, 1975. Includes "Report on Questionnaire Relating to Sexual Offences as Defined in the Criminal Codes," "Anthropological Outlooks," "The Achievement of Sex: Paradoxes in Hagen Gender-Thinking."
197 Sullivan, M.E., 1986. Includes "Prehistoric Engineers of the Arona Valley."
198 Swadling, Pamela - Undated. Includes "Environmental Change and Prehistoric Contacts in the Sepik-Ramu Lowlands".
199 Tutlage, Rita - Undated. Includes "The Kwoma and the Garden of Eden."
1910 Tuzin, Donald - Undated. Includes "Social Control and the Tambaran in the Sepik," "Arapesh Dualism: A Discussion," "Dualism Among the Muhiang Arapesh."
1911 Verinon, P.E. - Undated. Includes "Grow Good Robusta Coffee."
1912 Watanabe, Hitoshi, 1977. Includes "Human Activity System: Its Spatiotemporal Structure."
1913 Ward, R. Gerald, 1976. Includes "New Hebrides Food Distribution Study."
1914 Wirz, Paul, 1932 - 1934. Includes "Legend of the Dauan Islanders," "The Social Meaning of the Sept-House and the Sept-Boat in Dutch and British New Guinea," "Head-Hunting Expeditions of the Tugeri into the Western Division of British New Guinea."
1915 Wolfers, Edward - Undated. Includes "A Bibliography of Bibliographies Relevant to a Study of Papua and New Guinea."
1916 Young, Michael W., 1971. Includes "Goodenough Island Cargo Cults."
1917 Unidentified authors and undated. Includes paper on vernacular languages in Sepik region of Melanesia; "A Report on the Wosera Resettlement Scheme."

PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS

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Fieldwork, Papua New Guinea - Black / White Prints

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201 1958 - 1959: Rolls 2 - 54.
211 1958 - 1959: Rolls 55 - 121. Photograph captions for rolls 89-96 are located in a 1958 field journal, box 4, folder 5.
221 1962 - 1963: Rolls 1 - 58. Photograph captions of rolls 1 - 58 are located in the January, 1963 field journal, box 5, folder 6.
231 Publication arrangement, photoprints 1 - 36, 1958 - 1963. This group of photoprints are duplicates of the black-and-white photoprints that are arranged by roll number. These were originally located in binders arranged by Forge; how the number assignments relate to the publications is unknown.
232 Publication arrangement, photoprints 37 - 68, 1958 - 1963.
233 Publication arrangement, photoprints 69 - 100, 1958 - 1963.
234 Publication arrangement, photoprints 102 - 136, 1958 - 1963.
235 Publication arrangement, photoprints 137 - 165, 1958 - 1963.
236 Publication arrangement, photoprints 166 - 196, 1958 - 1963.
237 Publication arrangement - Photoprints not numbered, 1958 - 1963. These photoprints are duplicates of black-and-white photoprints arranged by roll number. These were located in the back of the publications notebook. The captions were photocopied from the plastic covers on which they were written.
238 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 1, 1963. Sequential photoprints of the production of original Abelam artwork commissioned by Forge. The original artwork is located in box 9, folders 1-6. Notes and sketches of these paintings are located in the Abelam painting notebooks, box 6, folders 7-9. Color photoprints of paintings 1-57, 59-79 and 81-132 are located in box 31, folders 10-14.
239 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 2, 1963.
2310 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 3, 1963.
2311 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 4, 1963.
2312 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 5, 1963.
2313 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 6, 1963.
2314 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 7, 1963.
2315 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 8, 1963.
2316 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 11, 1963.
2317 Abelam painting process photoprints - Paintings 11 and 12, 1963.
2318 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 13, 1963.
2319 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 14, 1963.
2320 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 15, 1963.
2321 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 16, 1963.
2322 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 17, 1963.
2323 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 18, 1963.
2324 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 19, 1963.
2325 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 23, 1963.
2326 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 24, 1963.
2327 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 25, 1963.
2328 Abelam painting process photoprints - Paintings 26 and 27, 1963.
2329 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 30, 1963.
2330 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 31, 1963.
2331 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 32, 1963.
2332 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 39, 1963.
2333 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 40, 1963.
2334 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 41, 1963.
2335 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 42, 1963.
2336 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 43, 1963.
2337 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 44, 1963.
2338 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 45, 1963.
2339 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 46, 1963.
2340 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 47, 1963.
2341 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 57, 1963.
2342 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 58, 1963.
2343 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 59, 1963.
2344 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 60, 1963.
2345 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 70, 1963.
2346 Abelam painting process photoprints - Paintings 102-105, 1963.
2347 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 114, 1963.
2348 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 115, 1963.
2349 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 116, 1963.
2350 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 117, 1963.
241 Abelam painting process photoprints - Paintings 118-121, 1963.
242 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 124 and 125, 1963.
243 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 126, 1963.
244 Abelam painting process photoprints - Paintings 127 and 128, 1963.
245 Abelam painting process photoprints - Painting 129 and 130, 1963.
246 Abelam painting process photoprints - Paintings 131 and 132, 1963.
247 Subject arrangement - A[belam?] figures. These photoprints were originally located in a note card box arranged by subject with dividers. The photos are of miscellaneous objects, people and places.
248 Subject arrangement - A[belam?] villages.
249 Subject arrangement - Iatmul.
2410 Subject arrangement - Lower Sepik.
2411 Subject arrangement - South Tribes.
2412 Subject arrangement - T[ch]wo. drums. This subject file in the note card box contained no photos.
2413 Subject arrangement - T[ch]wo. general. This subject file in the note card box contained no photos.
2414 Subject arrangement - Upper River.
2415 Subject arrangement - Uncategorized, 48/19 - 110-12. These photoprints were originally located in the back of a note card box with no particular arrangement.
2416 Subject arrangement - Uncategorized, 110/13 - 112/16.
2417 Subject arrangement - Uncategorized, 112/17 - 115/24.
2418 Subject arrangement - Uncategorized, 117/16 - 118/12.

Fieldwork, Papua New Guinea - Color Prints

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2419 Photoprints, 1958 - 1959: A/9/14, A/9/19, A/10/3, B/4/35, E/9/4, E/9/26, I/2/6, I/2/13, I/2/14, and I/2/15. Photograph captions for rolls A/3 - I/2 are located in a 1958-1959 field journal, box 4, folder 8.
2420 Photoprints, 1958 - 1959: I/3/14, I/4/18, I/4/19, I/5/16, I/5/17, I/12/22, K/2/20, K/8/7, and K/14/4. Photograph captions for rolls I/3 - K/22 are located in a 1958-1959 field journal, box 4, folder 8. Captions for I/15 - K/14 are also located a 1958 field journal, box 4, folder 5.
2421 Photoprints, 1962 - 1963: W/1/14, W/1/30, W/9, W/13/5, W/13/19, W/13/22, W/19/22, and W/19/30.
2422 Photoprints, 1962 - 1963: W/19/34, X/6/7, X/23/9, X/23/10, X/23/11, X/23/12, and X/23/14.
2423 Photoprints, 1962 - 1963: X/23/29, X/23/31, Z/12/12, Z/12/17, Z/12/20, Z/12/27, and two unidentified.
2424 Subject arrangement - Facade K-U. These photoprints were located in a note card box arranged by subject with dividers. The photos are primarily of painted building facades and figurines.
2425 Subject arrangement - Facade Mamblep.
251 Subject arrangement - Facade new East.
252 Subject arrangement - Facade Northwest.
253 Subject arrangement - Facade old East.
254 Subject arrangement - Facade Wosera.
255 Subject arrangement - Figures K-U.
256 Subject arrangement - Figures Mamblep.
257 Subject arrangement - Figures new East.
258 Subject arrangement - Figures Northeast.
259 Subject arrangement - Figures old East.
2510 Subject arrangement - Figures South.
2511 Subject arrangement - Figures Wosera.
2512 Subject arrangement - Iatmul.
2513 Subject arrangement - Iatmul central.
2514 Subject arrangement - Iatmul East.
2515 Subject arrangement - Iatmul West.
2516 Subject arrangement - Karawari.
2517 Subject arrangement - Lower.
2518 Subject arrangement - Masks.
2519 Subject arrangement - Miscellaneous.
2520 Subject arrangement - Painting East.
2521 Subject arrangement - Painting North.
2522 Subject arrangement - Painting Wosera.
2523 Subject arrangement - T[ch]wos.
2524 Subject arrangement - Washkuk.
2525 Subject arrangement - Yuat.
2526 Subject arrangement - Uncatagorized. These photoprints were originally located in the back of a note card box with no subject dividers. The photos are primarily of painted building facades and figurines.
2527 Black-and-white copy prints and contacts of color slides. This folder contains prints A/3/2, A/3/17, I/2/8, I/2/18, I/3/33, I/5/17, I/13/17, K/5/2, K/5/3, K/5/10, K/7/11, K/8/14, W/1/3, W/1/29, W/7/25, W/7/37, W/13/31, W/19/25, X/24 (Kumungwante/Kalabu), and one unidentified.

Fieldwork, Papua New Guinea - Color Slides

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2528 Captions list, 1958 - 1959.
2529 Captions list, 1962 - 1963.
2530 A/17, 1958 - 1963.
2531 Abelam, 1 of 2 folders.
2532 Abelam, 2 of 2 folders.
2533 Abelam figurines - Wosera.
261 Abelam show at airstrip.
262 Air, 1958 - 1963.
263 Ambanoli, 1958 - 1963.
264 Ambunti, 1958 - 1963.
265 Angoram, 1958 - 1963.
266 Artists, 1958 - 1963.
267 Awan, 1958 - 1963.
268 Baba, 1958 - 1963.
269 Bali.
2610 Bengragum, 1958 - 1963.
2611 Birds.
2612 Ceremonies, 1958 - 1963.
2613 Coast, 1958 - 1963.
2614 Council, 1958 - 1963.
2615 East Abelam/ Boiken facades.
2616 Europeans, 1958 - 1963.
2617 Facades - East, 1958 - 1963.
2618 Facades - East, o.s., 1958 - 1963.
2619 Facades - Maprik, 1958 - 1963.
2620 Facades - Miscellaneous, 1958 - 1963.
2621 Facades - North, 1958 - 1963.
2622 Facades - Northwest, 1958 - 1963.
2623 Facades - Yamuko, 1958 - 1963.
2624 Faces, 1958 - 1963.
2625 Government, general, 1958 - 1963.
2626 Government, general - Kuminibus (Northwest village), 1958 - 1963.
2627 Haus tambaran building, 1958 - 1963.
2628 Iatmul, 1 of 3 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2629 Iatmul, 2 of 3 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2630 Iatmul, 3 of 3 folders, 1958 - 1963.
271 Iatmul and Sawos - Tambunum, 1958 - 1963.
272 Indonesia.
273 Kaboibus Arapesh (?).
274 Karawari, 1 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
275 Karawari, 2 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
276 Keram, 1958 - 1963.
277 Keran, 1958 - 1963.
278 Kreimbit, 1958 - 1963.
279 Kup Ti, 1958 - 1963.
2710 Kwani Wapi yam disp, 1958 - 1963.
2711 K'wari, 1 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2712 K'wari, 2 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2713 Landscape, 1958 - 1963.
2714 Lower river, 1958 - 1963.
2715 Lower Sepik , 1 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2716 Lower Sepik , 2 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2717 Maira Beng area, 1958 - 1963.
2718 Maira East, 1958 - 1963.
2719 Maira Kalabu, 1958 - 1963.
2720 Maira North, 1958 - 1963.
2721 Maira Northwest, 1958 - 1963.
2722 Maira Wingei, 1958 - 1963.
2723 Mandje parade, 1958 - 1963.
2724 Mandje preps, 1 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2725 Mandje preps, 2 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2726 Mango at Wambundu, 1958 - 1963.
2727 Maputma Wakan Kaumbul Nau k/c, 1958 - 1963.
2728 Mbai, 1958 - 1963.
2729 Mbai Beng area, 1958 - 1963.
281 Mindje Kissimbuek/Wingei, 1958 - 1963.
282 Miscellaneous, 1 of 2 folders.
283 Miscellaneous, 2 of 2 folders.
284 Mistakes, 1958 - 1963.
285 Mo'vi, 1958 - 1963.
286 Mwai, 1958 - 1963.
287 N, 1958 - 1963.
288 Nature, 1 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
289 Nature, 2 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2810 N.W. and Wora, 1958 - 1963.
2811 Objects, 1958 - 1963.
2812 Painting, 1958 - 1963.
2813 Pig, 1958 - 1963.
2814 Ramu, Keram, Yuat, 1958 - 1963.
2815 Sawos, 1 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2816 Sawos, 2 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2817 Settlements, 1958 - 1963.
2818 Sidmipil h[aus] t[ambaran] open, 1958 - 1963.
2819 Sogeri plateau, 1958 - 1963.
2820 South tribes, 1 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2821 South tribes, 2 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2822 Timbunke, 1958 - 1963.
2823 Tswagab, 1958 - 1963.
2824 Upper Ramu - Markham valley, 1958 - 1963.
2825 Upper river, 1 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2826 Upper river, 2 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
291 Wakan, 1958 - 1963.
292 Wosera, 1958 - 1963.
293 Wosera yam disp, 1958 - 1963.
294 X/8 Kwani, 1958 - 1963.
295 X/16-8 Government, general - 1 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
296 X/16-8 Government, general - 2 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
297 X/23 Maputma Wakan, 1958 - 1963.
298 X/24, 1958 - 1963.
299 Yam debate East, 1958 - 1963.
2910 Yam decor, 1958 - 1963.
2911 Yam disp. - 1 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2912 Yam disp. - 2 of 2 folders, 1958 - 1963.
2913 Yam disp. East, 1958 - 1963.
2914 Yam disp. preparations East and decor, 1958 - 1963.
2915 Yam disp. Wosera, 1958 - 1963.
2916 Yam gardens, 1958 - 1963.
2917 Yam masks Wosera Kwani, 1958 - 1963.
2918 Yam ritual, 1958 - 1963.
2919 Yessan, 1958 - 1963.
2920 Yigei/Wagu, 1958 - 1963.
2921 Yimas, 1958 - 1963.
2922 Yuat, 1958 - 1963.

Artifacts and Artwork of Papua New Guinea

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301 American Museum of Natural History color photoprints, 80.0/7195 - 80.0/7212.
302 American Museum of Natural History color photoprints, 80.0/7213 - 80.0/7238.
303 American Museum of Natural History color photoprints, 80.0/7239 - 80.0/7268.
304 American Museum of Natural History color photoprints, 80.0/7272 - 80.0/7299.
305 American Museum of Natural History color photoprints, 80.0/misc. 1 - 80.0/misc. 8fg.
306 American Museum of Natural History color photoprints, cropped 7195 - 7268.
307 American Museum of Natural History color photoprints, unidentified.
308 American Museum of Natural History color slides - Fortune/Mead, 1932.
309 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Black and white photoprints. Vb 2892 - Vb 16370.
3010 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Black and white photoprints. Vb 16374 - Vb 33545.
3011 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 2898 - Vb 13733.
3012 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 13734 - Vb 13862.
3013 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 13866 - Vb 13944.
3014 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 13945 - Vb 16391.
3015 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 16392 - Vb 16510.
3016 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 16516 - Vb 20831.
3017 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 20833 - Vb 20849.
311 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 20850 - Vb 20892.
312 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 20893 - Vb 20925.
313 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 20926 - Vb 20969.
314 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 20971 - Vb 21021.
315 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 21025 a and b - Vb 21305.
316 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 21307 - Vb 21739.
317 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 22115, 25 - Vb 22115, 57.
318 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints. Vb 22115,58 - Vb 22670.
319 Museum fur Volkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum fur Volkskunde, Germany - Color photoprints, unidentified.
3110 Numbered artwork photoprints, 1-28. Color photoprints of Papua New Guinea paintings believed to have been used in Sheila Korn's PhD research. Numbers 1-262 in this subseries are color photoprints of the original Abelam artwork located in series 3D. Notes and sketches of 1-262 are located in the Abelam painting notebooks, series 3B. Black-and-white photoprints of the painting process, numbers 1-132, are located in series 5A.
3111 Numbered artwork photoprints, 29-59 (missing 58).
3112 Numbered artwork photoprints, 60-94 (missing 80).
3113 Numbered artwork photoprints, 95 - 122.
3114 Numbered artwork photoprints, 123-150A.
3115 Numbered artwork photoprints, 151-189.
321 Numbered artwork photoprints, 190 - 218.
322 Numbered artwork photoprints, 219-251 (missing 231, 234, 237, 239, 242, and 243).
323 Numbered artwork photoprints, 252-342 (missing 256, 261, 263-300, and 333).
324 Numbered artwork photoprints, 343-376.
325 Numbered artwork photoprints, 377-424.
326 Numbered artwork photoprints, 425-470 (missing 464).
327 Numbered artwork photoprints, 471-523 (missing 507 and 512).
328 Numbered artwork photoprints, 529-555. Photoprints of Papua New Guinea paintings believed to have been used in Sheila Korn's PhD research. Includes Pukago photoprints MacL 129 - MacL 155.
329 Numbered artwork photoprints, 556-579. Photoprints of Papua New Guinea paintings believed to have been used in Sheila Korn's PhD research. Includes Pukago photoprints MacL 156-MacL 179.
3210 Numbered artwork photoprints, photos not included in computer analysis. Photoprints of Papua New Guinea paintings believed to have been used in Sheila Korn's PhD thesis.
3211 Pukago area artwork, photoprints 1-15.
3212 Pukago area artwork, photoprints 16-30.
331 Pukago area artwork, photoprints 31-46.
332 Pukago area artwork, photoprints 47-54.
333 Pukago area artwork, slides 1-54.
334 Pukago area artwork, photoprints MacL 101 - MacL 113, 1970. These photoprints were collected by Robert MacLennan.
335 Pukago area artwork, photoprints MacL 114 - MacL 127 and Aupik 156, 1970. These photoprints were collected by Robert MacLennan.
336 Pukago area artwork, documents describing photoprints, including captions and artists.

Miscellaneous Photographic Materials

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337 Abelam painting negatives - Used in unknown publication, undated.
338 Abelam slides - Black and white, 1958 - 1963.
339 Aerial photoprints 5021 - 5032: Maprik area - 1 of 2 folders, 1958.
3310MC-072-06Aerial photoprints 5021 - 5032: Maprik area - 2 of 2 folders, 1958.
3311 Aerial photoprints 5073 - 5082: Maprik area - 1 of 2 folders, 1958.
3312MC-072-06Aerial photoprints 5073 - 5082: Maprik area - 2 of 2 folders, 1958.
3313 Aerial photoprints 5083 - 5093: Wihama area - 1 of 2 folders, 1958.
3314MC-072-06Aerial photoprints 5083 - 5093: Wihama area - 2 of 2 folders, 1958.
3315 Aerial photoprints 5100 - 5111: Maprik area, 1958.
341 Aerial photoprints 5110 - 5120: Wihama area - 1 of 2 folders, 1958.
342MC-072-06Aerial photoprints 5110 - 5120: Wihama area - 2 of 2 folders, 1958.
343MC-131-07Aerial photoprints: Index, 1958 - 1961. Area photoprints include: Arai, But, Kairiru, Korogo, Omba, Potter, Sepik, Tring, Watam, Wewak, Wihama, and Yogei.
344 Aerial photo proofs - A,B,C and D.
345 Artifact contacts and negatives.
346 Artifact photoprints from an unidentified museum, 30-341, 1915-1926 (288) and three not numbered.
347 Bali and Papua New Guinea slides with captions - Used in lecture.
348 Balinese photoprints.
349 Basel - Miscellaneous photoprints (Kambrambo, Kambindo, Kandaman, Wohnhaus Kanganaman).
3410 Bontoc photoprints and negatives, 1962.
3411 Family photograph negatives.
3412 Kaberry, Phyllis M. - Photoprints from Papua New Guinea, 1939 - 1940.
3413 Kanganaman house hook - Used in Gump's publication.
3414 Keram Bateson ex Kirschbaum slides.
3415 Lecture - Mr. Mani photoproofs, 1987.
3416 M.M. [Margaret Meed] and R.F. [Raymond Firth] Coll. New York - Slides.
3417 National Geographic Society and British Museum copyright photoprints.
3418 Newton - Slides.
3419 Papua New Guinea photo proofs, 1980.
3420 Papua New Guinea slides, 1980.
3421 Rock painting photoprint - Yandapu Enga.
3422 Silas, Ellis - Photoprints from the Trobriand Islands, 1921 - 1924.
3423 Stone pestle photoprint - Prehistoric Papua New Guinea.
3424 Unidentified photoprints.
3425 Unidentified photoproofs.
3426 Unidentified slides, 1 of 3 folders. This material was located in miscellaneous folders and not arranged by subject as the other slides. However, some of these have been assigned roll and frame numbers.
3427 Unidentified slides, 2 of 3 folders.
3428 Unidentified slides, 3 of 3 folders.

RESEARCH PROPOSALS

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351 Abelam painting and preservation grant - Correspondence, 1970 - 1971.
352 Abelam painting and preservation grant - Proposal, 1970.
353 Anthropological/medical study of a New Guinea group - Correspondence, 1972.
354 Anthropological/medical study of a New Guinea group - Final report, 1972.
355 Anthropological/medical study of a New Guinea group - Proposal, 1967.
356 Ecology of subsistence land use in the lowlands of the southern highland province - Draft proposal, undated.
357 Grammar of Abelam painting: system and meaning in a New Guinea art - Correspondence, 1971 - 1973.
358 Grammar of Abelam painting: system and meaning in a New Guinea art - Proposal, 1971.
359 Project for the investigation of yams and taro in Papua New Guinea - Correspondence, 1974 - 1975.
3510 Project for the investigation of yams and taro in Papua New Guinea - Proposal, 1975.
3511 Untitled proposal regarding Papua New Guinea field work, undated.

TEACHING MATERIALS

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3512 Australian National University, Dept. of Prehistory and Anthropology: Anthro B6, Melanesia, 1981 - Syllabus.
3513 Australian National University, Dept. of Prehistory and Anthropology: Anthro B6, Melanesia, 1982 - Notes.
3514 Australian National University, Dept. of Prehistory and Anthropology: Anthro B6, Melanesia, 1982 - Syllabus.
3515 Australian National University, Dept. of Prehistory and Anthropology: Anthro B6, Melanesia, 1984 - Syllabus.
3516 Australian National University, Dept. of Prehistory and Anthropology: Anthro B6, Melanesia, undated - Notes.
3517 London School of Economics and Cambridge - Lent term, "Ethnography of Melanesia With Reference to New Guinea", 1970.
3518 Oxford University Seminar - "Violence in New Guinea Society," undated.
3519 Recommendation requests from institutions regarding students, 1972 - 1974. Requests for: D.J.S. Brown, Roy F. Ellen, Sue Jennings, Rita T. Hayes and Susan Jacobs.
3520 University College London, Dept. of Anthropology - "Ethnography of Melanesia With Reference to New Guinea", 1964. Course notes.
3521 University College London, Dept. of Anthropology - "Primitive Art," syllabus, 1967 - 1968.
3522 University of London, Instit. of Commonwealth Studies, post-grad. seminar - "Problems of Smaller Territories", 1963 - 1964.
3523 University of London - M.A. examination, ethnography of New Guinea, 1965.
3524 Yale University - Anthropology 138a, "Societies and Cultures of Melanesia," course notes, 1969.

SUBJECT FILES

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361 Account statements and receipts, 1963 - 1974.
362 Association of British Orientalists - Membership information, 1964.
363 Association of Social Anthropologists - Financial statement, 1968.
364 Association of Social Anthropologists of the British Commonwealth - Australian branch, newsletter, 1957.
365 Association of Social Anthropologists of the British Commonwealth - Register of members, 1979.
366 Bateson, Gregory - Photocopies of Iatmul texts and notes from manuscript division, Library of Congress, 1929 - 1932. This folder also contains copies of Bateson's note cards on Iatmul from Cambridge.
367 Brill, E.J. - Leiden publisher, list of writings.
368 List of celluloid and glass plate negatives of ethnological photos of Papua taken by F.E. Williams and others, 1922 - 1937. Australian archives records.
369 London School of Economics and Political Science, Academic Board minutes, 1966.
3610 Mead, Margaret - Photocopies of correspondence, collection inventory, proposal and notes on design, 1933 - 1934. Items copied from the Manuscripts Division, Library of Congress.
3611 Melanesian manuscript collections finding aids - Walter Armstrong and Fortune papers.
3612 Melbourne, Australia - Maps.
3613 Notes - Unidentified and undated.
3614 Papua New Guinea pamphlets, 1963.
3615 Possible publications - Anthropology titles.
3616 Postcards collected, not sent or received.
3617 Report on three essays submitted for the Curl Prize, 1969.
3618 Saguma notes - Unidentified author, undated.
3619 Sani, Benjamin - Photo request notes, undated.
3620 Sepik village-centered maps project, Australian National University - 1 of 2 folders, 1986.
3621FB-193-07Sepik village-centered maps project, Australian National University - 2 of 2 folders.
3622 University of Papua and New Guinea development plan, 1966.

MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES

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3623 Art and Society Conference - Notes, 1967.
3624 Association of Social Anthropologists conference - Linguistics and social anthropology, 1969.
3625 Australian National University, Dept. of Psychology - Research seminar, 1975.
3626 Australian National University - Sacrifice symposium, undated.
3627 British Sociological Association/Association of Social Anthropologists conference, 1961. Family and kin ties in Britain and their social implications.
371 Ethnic Arts Council of Los Angeles/UCLA - Art and meaning in the Sepik, 1978.
372 Forty-sixth ANZAAS Congress and Australian Archeaological Association meeting, 1975.
373 Goroka Teachers College - Second Papua New Guinea Food Crops conference - Abstracts and manuscripts, 1980.
374 Goroka Teachers College - Second Papua New Guinea Food Crops conference - Correspondence, 1980.
375 Institute of Youth Employment Officers - Annual weekend conference, 1964.
376 James Cook University of North Queensland - Papua New Guinea/Australia Colloquium, 1988.
377 London School of Economics - Seminar on equality and inequality, 1986.
378 University of London Goldsmiths' College - Third pilot course for experienced teachers, 1966. In connection with the raising of the school leaving age.
379 University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia Anthropological Society, 1969.
3710 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik culture history symposium, 1986. Innovation, variation and synthesis - Booklet of curriculum vita.
3711 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik culture history symposium, 1986. Innovation, variation and synthesis - Correspondence.
3712 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik culture history symposium, 1986. Innovation, variation and synthesis - Manuscripts.
3713 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik culture history symposium, 1986. Innovation, variation and synthesis - Notes.
3714 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik culture history symposium, 1986. Innovation, variation and synthesis - Papers prepared, list.
3715 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik culture history symposium, 1986. Innovation, variation and synthesis - Program schedule.
3716 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik culture history symposium, 1986. Innovation, variation and synthesis - Proposal.
3717 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik culture history symposium, 1986. Innovation, variation and synthesis - Reprints, Errington, F. - Lipset, D.
3718 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik culture history symposium, 1986. Innovation, variation and synthesis - Reprints, McDowell, N. - Swadling, P.
381 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik research today, 1984. The study of Sepik cultures in and for modern Papua New Guinea - Abstracts of papers and booklet of curriculum vita.
382 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik research today, 1984. The study of Sepik cultures in and for modern Papua New Guinea - Correpondence.
383 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik research today, 1984. The study of Sepik cultures in and for modern Papua New Guinea - Film documents.
384 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik research today, 1984. The study of Sepik cultures in and for modern Papua New Guinea - Publication outline.
385 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik research today, 1984. The study of Sepik cultures in and for modern Papua New Guinea - Reprints, Aitkin, T. - Forge, A.
386 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik research today, 1984. The study of Sepik cultures in and for modern Papua New Guinea - Reprints, Gewertz, D. - Juillerat, B.
387 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik research today, 1984. The study of Sepik cultures in and for modern Papua New Guinea - Reprints, Kelm, A. - McDowell, N.
388 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik research today, 1984. The study of Sepik cultures in and for modern Papua New Guinea - Reprints, Metrauz, R. - Kaufmann, C.
389 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik research today, 1984. The study of Sepik cultures in and for modern Papua New Guinea - Reprints, Schindlbeck, M. - Stocklin, W.H.
3810 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Sepik research today, 1984. The study of Sepik cultures in and for modern Papua New Guinea - Reprints, Swadling, P. - Williamson, M.H.

AUDIO/VISUAL MATERIALS

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Audio Tape Collection

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3811 Bengragum debate transcription, 1963.
3812 Identification documents and transcriptions, 1963 - 1995.
391 Reel no. 1.
392 Reel no. 2.
393 Reel no. 3.
394 Reel no. 4. Mganmy; Kogenik - mbira, 4/13/63.
395 Reel no. 5. Minddja Vindu; Mbira Bugi, 4/13/63.
396 Reel no. 6. Ulamby; mbira Bugi Djakam; mindja Oulsera - Numoubs (geramut mbira-mi); some stamping.
397 Reel no. 7. Thei mani - 5/3/63 practice; Nduao Noa - Kalak - Rai Coast (?); Cross within Malskam, Kuamygrd ; All together.
398 Reel no. 8. Close mbira - Auui-mi; Mindja Maygela; Distant mbira - Mulmbei - Monaksen Magapata - abutagwa leading women, 5/6/63.
399 Reel no. 9. Straight thru Mindja Bira, Mindja Mbalama, Mbira Tuira; mid third start round and thereon intermittent anti-c; all Nyindsks, 5/6/63.
3910 Reel no. 10. Mbira - Wapi Ouhera - Magapata Monakson, Mindja - Ouhera, the end of round; Mbira Mulmbei; Mindja Vindu Numauba, 5/6/63.
3911 Reel no. 11. Central - Mbira - djoigi-mi Naramka; Mindja Mangela Naranka; Mbira mbeikwam Numauka, 5/8/63.
3912 Reel no. 12. Round Tringurambun. Waihaksan Magapata: Mindja, Mbira Maula; last verse ran off end; Women gradually approach, 5/8/63.
3913 Reel no. 13. Womba; mainly ygwal Tramgurambin; good except beginning of end, 4/20/63.
3914 Reel no. 14. Womba: right in front, men dominating; hide close as for others; hide distant; in front again, 4/20/63.
401 Reel no. 15. Bira eti even; Yamuhwata Ngwalndu mindja Monaksin Magapata; mbira Wakan (barracking aloud) Monaksiin Magapata; Wei-wu (mbalsma) Ngwaludu mindja Monaksin Magapata; good start, 5/17/63.
402 Reel no. 16. Entry of Wapi 1t; wome djamadjam, entry of 2nd Wapi (garamuts); Yeitsomi - mindja giving Eo Pura; Trogulas protecting their Nyindaka Nunauka fight; Miambaygei; ditto teaching on morota; Ndunaraygi; Puramiamba and later Nyilms then Wdunaraygi, last part on automatic, 5/18/63.
403 Reel no. 17. Kuminimbus Wapi Mbira 2 a.m.; Garamuts (several not v. good); Muputma - Wakan- mbira with djamdjam shells, etc; same with speech, 7/28/63.
404 Reel no. 18. Samgik entry, invocation; entry of Wakan - kaygu makyaladagera; Kinbaygura waka hiti, mbira; pan pipes ex Bugi; Kinbaygo, mbira.
405 Reel no. 19. Chainaygu (marabrep) kaia-tagwa, 6/28/62; ditto starts with (kumuru?); Mandja, Kaik (Nyaira), 3/24/63; Mandja Bira by (Mo-wi gp); Cheragumm Nyeligum gp singing; (Mindju and Mbira?) at death of Nuoman marr in.
406 Reel no. 20. Opening of lower hrt; Kuminibus (11/15/62) Mindju and Kwarambu; "Singsing longrod" (Wamjil?); Maputma - Pre-init night at camp (Gwangiroina Surelik) with ku-tagwa whistles; Nyambuk/Kulaki Aug '67 pre and entry of init 1st time;Ngwalndu Nyambuk/Kalaba; Apaygai - Camjing tamberan anmd init entrance; Kulaki etc. analyse pitches (?); Mindja at Maprik, 11/15/62.
407 Reel no. 21. Kilimbit Guramuts 2/3 a and b (p. 233); Arisili Village (Wam) in h-t, trumkpets (pinandil) 6 and drum and globflute; ditto smaller *5 or 6); Wam-bettle.
408 Reel no. 22. Aibom - see 4/1 (p.3); Aibon - see 4/2 (p.3); Kilimbit see 1/6 (a), b,c,d,and e (p.2); Kilimbit see 2/1 (p.2); Kilimbit see 2/2/ (p. 2); (last piece after short pause).
409 Reel no. 23. Bengragum Kumunwara; Waneyil Kambilabur leader having been longlong earlier; last section; Twabana leader, 7/31/63.
4010 Reel no. 24. Bengragum; Bringing in Abo-malic's pig; Kumunwara 8 pm on ; 1st Kwarambu; 2nd Mindja; Kumur ndei wak -ou ah etc-lapban -wala nde tay gwok (Kipmamba Wabnof Nurumba; Abe-malei-mindja - Namanka, 2 debate extracts ine Kwaraygaru - recipient; Kwaraygami - You place a limbom and I sit down. (You fasten a pig and I give you a yam).
4011 Reel no. 25. Horizon, Agression, J. Ponsford; Rengragum; Garamuts anniversary, singing ini homicide; bringing in pig; Initial Wanipiil Warataga leader, 8/6/63.
4012 Reel no. 26. Kumin-waru night; Wamgita 1st Bengragum, 2nd Dugitu, last Sagari (no women as beginning of turn), 8/6/63.
4013 Reel no. 27. Kumin-wara/Kwalandu; Wupi trahi; various inc. Oh ---- for lime on yams - with garamut, Oh for hands down spears no garamuti, 8/7/63.
4014 Reel no. 28. Bengragum; 1st after sirip 2 tolrua dist; Bisa. Yuimbu - Bandwaniksin - mini-mbar; mainly 5 voices and 4 kindus; Baygra Train in background; Aygwata kian nde ro; kushkiti - kalap kalap Kgahahurti go long wara, 8/9/63.
411 Reel no. 29. Kumun-wara amei Kualandu; Debate 5 pm to 6 pm mainly Sagiri 2K and B Autorecord; tutor some mindja etc. on h f record, 8/2/63.
412 Reel no. 30. Kambilaburi; Origin of Wapiniran in Abelam; Discussion of Wapi and Beibei cult in P.E.
413 Reel no. 31. Ku-tagwa, 1st Wapinggrd;2nd Kamli labir; Wara mbira Apur.
414 Reel no. 32. Wapi - reel 1.
415 Reel no. 33. 2nd reel, Wapi myth; Kwairinbandu; 2 Bobinagun.
416 Reel no. 34. Waping grd 3.
417 Reel no. 35. Council 1 start; cont. until beginning of estimates; portion of estimates, 5/9/63.
418 Reel no. 36. Council 2; Estimates - fragments; Traitor vs Council House; What to do with final 300 ounds; messenger, 5/9/63.
419 Reel no. 37. Council 3; Mulknen (Djambitauget) on rds.; Markus on Cae Conference; Not finished, 5/9/63.
4110 Reel no. 38. Timbunke; Wara-gururabei - baygure opening new Dguigo in day; Kwayguri - tei; ditto at night ; (bundu), 6/17/63.
4111 Reel no. 39. Timbunke; MWAI.
4112 Reel no. 40. Torembi, Timbunke; Story of Meremberawan, 1st bad informant, 2nd in latmul, 3rd translation of 2nd, speed inaccurate; Story of man on mast of Ngaigo.
4113 Reel no. 41. Timbunke, male flutes, one had split end; Orig woman's they were billed and appropriated pull hariap 2 alt; pu-puk pull 2 pato final 6/17/63.
4114 Reel no. 42. Timbunke, male flutes
421 Reel no. 43. Kweikambu (male flutes); Timbunke (and some Yindaram), 6/17/63.
422 Reel no. 44. Ngaibarobi, story of Mandari Nambari with singsing T ibut (hornbill) all 3 3/4 auto (some of song hi-fi), 2 hands on one kundu; Blue band, story of Mgim (kanai) Kovarau, auto except singsing; Biro mash; Bumburi, orig of coconut Dgamaygai P.E. in language, orig of coconut ilangi trans into P.E. by Ngsmaygai, 6/22/63.
423 Reel no. 45. Moim figure; Navi, song for feast with visiting village(s); Ertab of Ru relat; women put lime on irsitar; Bumbura (la'o gp), Upper Kerara.
424 Reel no. 46. Wamdi and Mbungun; 1,2 Pepandum butterfly; 3 Aiayg'tsam, stinking fish floating in stagnant water; 4,5 Mandama; 6,7,8 Yapakou; 9 (Wamdi and Loygi) Worla, 6/8/63.
425 Reel no. 47. Korkuba, Loygi and Warudi, 2 flutes; Worla, wind in the sago fronds; Tsogi, man smoking breathes deeply and falls down; Tsap'maro, cooks and eats kummul; Mundama, Raraygal eats bananas, sees man and flies away; Yapakou, mama kirim kaikai ibum long hais-boi oli kaikai nau, 6/8/63.
426 Reel no. 48. Korkuba; Tsaptsap - kaikai hummel (2 flutes); Peimbundun - butterfly, flase start (2 flutes); Mandama - baraygal - much changing of flutes- 3 times?? (2 flutes); Bali (4 flues); Yaminambun (4 flutes), 6/10/63.
427 Reel no. 49. Korkuba, 4 flutes; last, 2 flutes, 6/10/63.
428 Reel no. A. Seems to be Abelan, rural 4/16/95.
429 Arapesh tapes, 1963. Part 1, Arapesh sorcery.
4210 Arapesh tapes, 1963. Part 2, Simogyn (Arapesh pol. local leader).
4211 10/12/74.
4212 B/1.
4213 Interview by A. Forge.
4214 B/2.
431 B/3.
432 B/4. Gurulip entry of Bugitu and allies.
433 B/5. Mourning.
434 B/6. Bon Toc nose flute, side 1, July 1962.
435 B/7.
436 Untitled tape.
437 Yali's story. By Wapingrd.
438 A. Forge tape. A. Forge with young children.
439 Spare.
4310 Lieder. And Mozart Divertimento.
4311 Alan Sydney tape 1.
4312 Alan Sydney tape 2.
4313 Puss in Boots. Puss in Boots; Tomaso and Hopi Turtle.

Film Collection

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441 Videocassette No. 1. Includes facade painting and installation. Color, no sound. 22:50 minutes.
442 Videocassette No. 2. Man Exchange. Black and white negative, no sound. 9:00 minutes.
443 Videocassette No. 3. Man Exchange - Cent. Wosera. Color, no sound. 9:00 minutes [same as #2].
444 Videocassette No. 4. Includes ceremony with large painted standards carried by individual men, decorated yams, processions with yams, and distribution of yams. Color, no sound. 1 hr, 9 min.
445 Videocassette No. 5. Man Exchange. Color, no sound. 9 min [same as #2 and #3].
446 Videocassette No. 6. Beng Wapi, Kwani Bride and Beng Mami. Color, no sound. 51 min.
447 Videocassette No. 7. Men painting. 17 min [see #1].
448 Film No. 8 is a negative and was not transferred..
449 Videocassette No. 9. Includes procession of men and the painting of facades. 12 min, 15 sec [see #1].
4410 Videocassette No. 10. Samgik print. Color, no sound. 6 min [same as #9].

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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451 Preservation photocopy originals, folders 1-3.



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