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Daniel Garrison Brinton papers

Ms. Coll. 690

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Brinton, Daniel G. (Daniel Garrison), 1837-1899
Title:
Daniel Garrison Brinton papers
Date:
1869-1901, undated
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 690
Extent:
5 linear feet (11 boxes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Daniel Garrison Brinton (1837-1899) was a Philadelphia surgeon and anthropologist who created, collected, and donated collections of books and manuscripts related to anthropology, colonization of the Americas, and native American linguistics. This collection consists of correspondence, articles, lectures and notes by Daniel Garrison Brinton, as well as collected images and maps.
Cite as:
Daniel Garrison Brinton papers, 1869-1901, undated, Ms. Coll. 690, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Daniel Garrison Brinton, born May 13, 1837, graduated from Yale University in 1858 and from the Jefferson Medical College in 1860. Early in his medical career, he served in the Union Army as a surgeon during the American Civil War, working both on the battlefields of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg and as superintendent of hospitals at Quincy and Springfield in Illinois. He continued his career in medicine in Philadelphia until his retirement in 1887 at the age of fifty.

From 1887 until his death on July 31, 1899, Brinton focused his attention on a "wide range of subjects, including mythology and folklore, the ethnography and linguistics of American Indians from South America to the Arctic, the prehistory and physical anthropology of native North America, indigenous American literature and writing systems, among others," (Weeks, page 167). He served as professor of ethnology and archaeology at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia and as professor of archaeology and linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania. He was the first professor of anthropology in the United States, presided over the founding of the Penn Museum.

In the last decades of the nineteenth century, he assembled an impressive working collection of books, scholarly journals, manuscripts, linguistic materials, and artifacts related to Native American languages and cultures, with a particular emphasis on Mesoamerica. This working collection enabled Brinton’s prolific scholarly output, which helped to define the emerging discipline of anthropology in the transitional period between nineteenth-century universalist theories and the twentieth-century cultural relativism ushered in by Franz Boas.

Works cited:

Weeks, John M. "The Daniel Garrison Brinton Collection," The Penn Libraries Collections at 250 (online exhibit: http://www.library.upenn.edu/exhibits/rbm/at250/anthropology/jw.pdf).

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of correspondence, articles, lectures and notes by Daniel Garrison Brinton, as well as collected images and maps; and is arranged in eight series: I. Correspondence, II. Biographical materials, III. Writings, IV. Notes and notebooks, V. Writings by others, VI. Newspaper clippings, VII. Images, and VIII. Maps.

The correspondence, arranged alphabetically, mainly relates to Brinton's work in ethnology and archeology, including his work at the University of Pennsylvania and his participation in numerous learned societies (notably the American Philosophical Society, the American Folklore Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science). Correspondents include many of the noted archaeologists and anthropologists of his day (including Horatio Hale, Hilborne Cresson and Franz Boas), students and amateur archaeologists and linguists. There are also several items addressed to Brinton's wife after his death, including letters relating to a lawsuit against his publisher, the American Book Company (1899-1901), as well as some eulogies of Brinton.

In Biographical Materials, researchers will find a copy of Brinton's curriculum vitae, bibliographies and various obituaries.

The writings are divided into A. Book, B. Articles, C. Lectures, and D. Lecture notes and consist of a printed copy of Brinton's book Races and peoples (1890), as well as various articles and numerous lectures (including some in outline form) on archaeological, ethnological and linguistic topics. Within each subseries, articles, lectures, and lecture notes are arranged in alphabetical order.

Notes and notebooks consists of a group of numbered notebooks and notes--there may have been multiple runs of numbered notebooks, as there are occasionally more than one with the same number. This collection is lacking notebooks XI, XIV, and XV.

Writings by others includes writing by Hilbourne Thomas Cresson, William M. Gabb, Francis B. Lee, Edward Palmer, and Alfred Wright. These writings are arranged in alphabetical order by author.

This collection also includes a small group of anthropological and archaeological images including a few drawings of sites, copies of Aztec drawings and 40 photographs of Native American peoples and relics.

Finally, there are 69 maps, some printed and some manuscript, mostly of North and Central America. Many of these are marked with linguistic or ethnological groupings, and many are labeled in Spanish. Some of the manuscript maps are the work of C. Hermann Berendt.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2018 August 13

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Lindsay Van Tine

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Gift of Daniel Garrison Brinton Thompson, grandson of Daniel Garrison Brinton, 1959.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

At the University of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts:

Daniel G. Brinton collection on Spain and New Spain, 1582-1854, Ms. Coll. 963

At the University of Pennsylvania Museum Archives:

Daniel Garrison Brinton Collection, 1868-1956, 1098

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Drawings (visual works)
  • Maps
  • Photographs
  • Reprographic copies
Subject(s)
  • Ethnology
  • Ethnology--America
  • Ethnology--Central America
  • Indians of Central America
  • Indians of Central America--Languages
  • Indians of Central America--Religion
  • Language and languages--Study and teaching
  • Mayan languages--Writing
  • Nagualism
  • Religion

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Collection Inventory

I. Correspondence.

Box Folder

Abbott, Charles C. (Charles Conrad) (1843-1919), curator of the American Department of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Paleontology, letters to Brinton including a letter from a J. R. Johnson to Abbott, which Abbott forwarded to Brinton (7 items (10 leaves)), 1892-1893.

1 1

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, letters to Brinton written by Angelo Heilprin, secretary (also mentioned: Samuel Gibson Dixon, Thomas Meehan, Henry C. McCook, Edward James Nolan, Henry Skinner, and William P. Wilson) (items (2 leaves)), 1894-1898.

1 2

Adams, Richard C. (Richard Calmit) (1864-1921), a member of the Delaware or Lenape people, letters to Brinton regarding Brinton's The Lenape and their legends (items (2 leaves)), 1893.

1 3

Adamson, Charles, vice-president and manager of the Cedartown Company, letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1894-1897.

1 4

Adler, Cyrus (1863-1940), letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1892-1893.

1 5

Adye, George Francis (1837-), letters to Brinton regarding the Newtonville Mound (1 item (2 leaves)), 1870.

1 6

Alexander, Rova E., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

1 7

Allen, Harrison (1841-1897), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

1 8

Allen, Richard, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

1 9

R. J. Allen, son and company (Philadelphia), letter to Brinton mentions Allen J. Richard (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

1 10

American Book Company, letter to Sarah M. Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1899.

1 11

American Folklore Society, letter to Brinton mentions William Wells Newell (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

1 12

American Geographical Society of New York, letter to Brinton written by the society's librarian, George Hurlbut (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

1 13

American Book Company, letters to Brinton written by the publication's managing editor, J. Franklin Jameson (items (6 leaves)), 1896-1899.

1 14

American Numismatic Society, letter to Brinton written by secretary, Henry Russell Downe (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

1 15

Anderson, A. S., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1891.

1 16

Anderson, Joseph (1832-1916), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1871.

1 17

De Angelis, Augustine, cleric, letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1894.

1 18

Anthony, Albert Seqaqkind, letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1886.

1 19

Arango, Leocadio María (1832-), letters to Brinton (1 item (24 leaves)), 1897.

1 20

Ashmead, Albert S. (Albert Sydney) (1850-1911), letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1896-1898.

1 21

Augney, William M., secretary of the De Laincel Fund, letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1892.

1 22

Bache, Richard Meade, letter to Brinton (1 item (4 leaves)), 1894.

1 23

Bacon, William Plumb (1837-1918), Yale class of 1858 graduate with Brinton, letters to Brinton regarding student life at Yale University in the 1850s and post office politics in the post-civil war South (printed copies of two letters by Kellogg and one letter by Bacon) (items (2 leaves)), 1893-1897.

1 24

Baird-Huey, Harriet J., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

1 25

Baker, Frank, letters to Brinton regarding the moral and sexual reputation of Walt Whitman, which Baker, who had known the poet at William Douglas O'Connor's house, defends (items (2 leaves)), 1895.

1 26

Ball, M. V. (Michael Valentine) (1868-), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

1 27

Banks, Charles Edward (1854-1931), letters to Brinton regarding Native American legends in the Martha's Vineyard area, including a copy of one such story (items (3 leaves)), 1897.

1 28

Bapa, Tatini, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), circa 1870s.

1 29

Barnes, Mary Sheldon (1850-1898), letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1891.

1 30

Barnum, Francis (1849-1921), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

1 31

Baxter, James Phinney (1831-1921), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

1 32

Beasley, Walter L., letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1891.

1 33

Beauchamp, William Martin (1830-1925), letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1887.

1 34

Beebe, William Sully (1841-1898), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1894.

1 35

Beitler, Abraham M. (Abraham Merklee) (1853-1935), copy of a letter to Charles H. Bond, general secretary, printed for circulation by the Christian League praising the group's public safety work (1 item (2 leaves)), 1896.

1 36

Bengaugh, S. E., letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1898.

1 37

Benjamin, Marcus (1857-1932), letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1894.

1 38

Berlin, Alfred Franklin (1848-1925), letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1886.

1 39

Bickmore, Albert S. (Albert Smith) (1839-1914), letter to Brinton (1 item (3 leaves)), 1898.

1 40

Biddle, William F. (William Foster) (1834-), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

1 41

Bigalke, Herman, letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1891-1893.

1 42

Bigney, Andrew J., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

1 43

Binkley, S. H., letters to Brinton (7 items (7 leaves)), 1894.

1 44

Bishop, Heber Reginald (1840-1902), letters to Brinton regarding Bishop's jade collection which was donated to the Metropolitan Museum (items (3 leaves)), 1897-1898.

1 45

Black, George Fraser (1866-1948), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1896-1897.

1 46

Blackbird, Andrew J. (1810-), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1887.

1 47

Blair, Andrew Alexander (1848-1932), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

1 48

Boas, Franz (1858-1942), letters to Brinton (9 items (12 leaves)), 1894-1898.

1 49

Boggiani, Guido (1861-1901), letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1898.

1 50

Bolton, Henry Carrington (1843-1903), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1886.

1 51

Borton, Francis S. (1862-1929), Methodist missionary in Puebla, Mexico and dealer of books relating to the peoples in the area, letters to Brinton (items (9 leaves)), 1893-1896.

1 52

Bouligney, Anna, letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1896.

1 53

Bourke, John Gregory (1846-1896), involved with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, letters to Brinton (items (5 leaves)), 1894-1896.

1 54

Bowditch, Charles P. (Charles Pickering) (1842-1921), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1894-1898.

1 55

Boyle, David (1842-1911), letters to Brinton (items (9 leaves)), 1892-1898.

1 56

Brant, J. O., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

1 57

Breaux, Joseph Arsenne (1838-1926), a justice on the Louisiana supreme court from 1890 to 1904, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

1 58

Brinton, Richard, letter to Brinton regarding an inquiry about Daniel Brinton's book The Brinton family (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

1 59

Brinton, H. J., patient and possibly relation, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1899.

1 60

Brinton, G. (possibly George Brinton), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1890.

1 61

Brock, Robert C. H., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

1 62

Brown, George R., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

1 63

Brown, John Mason (1837-1890), letters to Brinton (items (12 leaves)), 1870-1885.

1 64

Bryan, William Lowe (1860-1955), letter to Brinton regarding Child Study Societies (1 item (6 leaves)), 1897.

1 65

Bryant, Henry G. (Henry Grier) (1859-1932), involved with the Geographical Society of Philadelphia, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

1 66

Bucke, Richard Maurice (1837-1902), letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1893.

1 67

Budd, F. F., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

1 68

Buschmann, Joh. Carl Ed. (Johann Carl Eduard) (1805-1880), letters to Brinton including notes on Buschmann by Brinton (items (8 leaves)), 1869.

1 69

Butler, Amos W. (Amos William) (1860-1937), letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1894.

1 70

William J. Campbell Bookstore, letter to Brinton mentions William James Campbell (1850-1931) (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

1 71

Cattell, James McKeen (1860-1944), owner of Science magazine in 1894. Brinton worked for Cattell on the magazine in an editorial capacity after the purchase, letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1894-1895.

1 72

Cerna, David (1857-), letter to Brinton addressed to Brinton in his capacity as president of the Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

1 73

Chambers, Julius (1850-1920), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

1 74

Chandler, John Rice, letter to Brinton regarding archaeological finds; the letterhead reads Inspecciòn y Conservaciòn de Monumentos Arqueològicos, Guatemala, Amèrica-Central (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

1 75

Child, Francis James (1825-1896), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1887.

1 76

Clark, Alonzo Howard (1850-1918), letter to Brinton includes two pages of an address by Brinton, given at the International Congress of Anthropology (printed in Charles Staniland Wake, Memoirs of the international congress of anthropology (Chicago: Schulte, 1894), 19-34) (1 item (3 leaves)), 1894.

1 77

Clark, John S. (1832-1912), Civil War general and Iroquois expert, letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1897-1898.

1 78

Closson, Carlos C., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

1 79

Colgate, Abner Weyman (1838-1904), Yale class of 1858 graduate with Brinton and a member of Colgate family of soap fame, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

1 80

Colket, Charles Howard (1859-1924), board member of the University of Pennsylvania Museum with Brinton (resigned in 1894 because of concerns about the museum's scope and focus), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

1 81

Comfort, Aaron Ivins (1827-1915), U.S. Army surgeon who served in the Civil War and later in the Dakotas, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1873.

1 82

Conant, Levi L. (Levi Leonard) (1857-1916), letters to Brinton regarding primitive number systems (items (7 leaves)), 1891-1893.

1 83

Connelley, William Elsey (1855-1930), letters to Brinton regarding Brinton's researches into the Pater Noster and the Walum Olum (items (14 leaves)), 1898.

1 84

Conried, Heinrich (1855-1909), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1875.

1 85

Converse, Harriet Maxwell (1836-1903), chief of the Six Nations (of the Iroquois), letters to Brinton (items (14 leaves)), 1892-1897.

1 86

Cooke, George Willis (1848-1923), letters to Brinton requesting information for an article on Brinton (items (4 leaves)), 1897.

1 87

Coues, Elliott (1842-1899), vice-chairman of the Psychical Science Congress, letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1892.

1 88

Coxe, Macgrane (1859-1923), Mrs. Brinton's counsellor for her lawsuit against the American Book Company, letters to Sarah M. Brinton regarding Mrs. Brinton's lawsuit against American Book Company over the earnings of his books (date from after Daniel Brinton's death) (items (22 leaves)), 1899-1901.

1 89

Coyne, James H. (James Henry) (1849-), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

1 90

Crawford, George, letter to Brinton regarding remains at the Upper Atrato, Columbia (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

2 91

Crawford, J., governmental geologist in Nicaragua, letters to Brinton (15 items (26 leaves)), 1893-1895.

2 92

Crawford, J., governmental geologist in Nicaragua, letters to Brinton (15 items (26 leaves)), 1893-1895.

2 93

Crawford, Robert, instructor at the Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades, letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1892.

2 94

Cresson, Hilborne Thomson, an archaeologist who worked with the Department of Ethnology at the Smithsonian, letters to Brinton primarily regarding Mayan hieroglyphics (25 items (52 leaves)), 1891-1894.

2 95

Cresson, Hilborne Thomson, an archaeologist who worked with the Department of Ethnology at the Smithsonian, letters to Brinton primarily regarding Mayan hieroglyphics (25 items (52 leaves)), 1891-1894.

2 96

Cruger, J. H., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

2 97

De Cuelebroek, Madame, owned an Abyssinian manuscript, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

2 98

Culin, Stewart (1858-1929), director of the University of Pennsylvania Museum, letters to Brinton mainly written from Madrid, where Culin was traveling (items (5 leaves)), 1892-1894.

2 99

Curtis, F. Louise C., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

2 100

Curtis, Heber Doust (1872-1942), letters to Brinton primarily regarding Mayan hieroglyphics (items (6 leaves)), 1894.

2 101

Curtis, Mattoon Monroe (1858-), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

2 102

Curtis, William Eleroy (1850-1911), letters to Brinton regarding Columbus portraits and monuments (items (2 leaves)), 1893-1894.

2 103

Cushing, Frank Hamilton (1857-1900), letters to Brinton in response to Brinton's books Nagualism: a study in North American folklore and history (Philadelphia, McKay, 1894) and  A primer of Mayan hieroglyphics (Boston, 1895) (items (8 leaves)), 1894-1898.

2 104

Davenport Academy of Natural Sciences, letter to Brinton written by Charles Putnam, the academy's president (1 item (1 leaf)), 1885.

2 105

Dawley, T. R. (Thomas Robinson) (1832-1904), letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1898.

2 106

Dawson, George Mercer (1849-1901), letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1891-1894.

2 107

Dean, G. Edgar, a member of the University of Pennsylvania class of 1877 and coroner in Scranton, Pennsylvania, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

2 108

DeCosta, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin) (1831-1904), letters to Brinton regarding native American peoples and their names (items (2 leaves)), undated.

2 109

Da Costa, J. M. (Jacob Mendes) (1833-1900), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

2 110

De Kalb, Courtenay (1861-), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

2 111

Dolley, Charles Sumner (1856-1948), professor of general biology at the University of Pennsylvania, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

2 112

Donaldson, H. W., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

2 113

Dorsey, George Amos (1868-1931), student of F. W. Putnam at the Peabody Museum, letters to Brinton (items (9 leaves)), 1894.

2 114

Dorsey, James Owen (1848-1895), vice president of Section H (anthropology) of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, letter to Brinton (1 item (3 leaves)), 1892.

2 115

Dougherty, William E., Acting Indian Agent at Hoopa Vally, California, letter to Brinton regarding Native American artifacts (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

2 116

Dufossé, E., librairie américaine et coloniale, letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1892-1894.

2 117

Duncan, W. F., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

2 118

Dunham, Etta Lathrop, wife of Antionio de Viti di Marco, letter to William Pepper forwarded by Pepper to Brinton regarding a request for help with Mayan hieroglyphics (1 item (3 leaves)), undated.

2 119

Dunn, Arthur William (1868-1927), letters to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

2 120

Eames, Wilberforce (1855-1937), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

2 121

Easton, Morton William (1841-1917), professor of philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania, letter to Brinton possibly relating to the Oriental Club of Philadelphia (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

2 122

Edwards, Charles Lincoln (1863-1937), letter to Brinton regarding the Cincinnati branch of the American Folklore Society (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

2 123

Edwards, Joseph F. (1853-), editor of the Medical and Surgical Reporter (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) with Brinton, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

2 124

Elliott, Charles N. (Charles Nathan) (1873-), members of the Walt Whitman Fellowship with Brinton, letter to Brinton includes solicitation for material for what ultimately became Elliott's Walt Whitman as a man, poet, and friend, being autograph pages from many pens (circa 1915) (1 item (2 leaves)), 1897.

2 125

Ellis, A. Caswell (Alexander Caswell) (1871-1948), graduate student at Clark University with an anthropological interest in doll play, letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1896.

2 126

Emerson, Alfred (1859-1943), archaeologist in Greece and North America who taught at Lake Forest University in Illinois, Miami University in Ohio, and Cornell University, letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1885-1886.

2 127

Emerson, Ellen Russell (1837-1907), letters to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

2 128

Emhardt, W. C., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

2 129

Ernst, Adolfo (1832-1899), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1891-1892.

2 130

Evans, John, Sir (1823-1908), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

2 131

Faris, Lafayette, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

2 132

Farmer, Sarah J. (1847-1916), letter to Brinton proposing that Brinton give a lecture on primitive religions at Greenacre Inn (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

2 133

Farrington, William D., author of The language of the Mosquito shore, letters to Brinton (7 items (9 leaves)), 1887-1898.

2 134

Fenn, Charles Merwin (1835-1907), a Yale University classmate with Brinton, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

2 135

Ferguson, David, letters to Brinton regarding nagualism and the Inquisition in Spanish America; material contained in these letters was used in Brinton's paper "Nagualism: a study in Native American folklore and history" (read in 1894 before the American Philosophical Society) (items (4 leaves)), 1893-1894.

2 136

Fernández Ferraz, Juan (1849-), wrote on nagualism in Costa Rica, letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1892.

2 137

Fewkes, Jesse Walter (1850-1930), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1892-1896.

2 138

Field, Thomas W. (Thomas Warren) (1820-1881), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1870.

2 139

Finck, Henry Theophilus (1854-1926), letters to Brinton regarding research that Finck was conducting for his book Romantic love and personal beauty (Macmillan, 1887) (items (3 leaves)), 1897.

2 140

Fiske, Mary Wilson, letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), undated.

2 141

Fletcher, Alice C. (Alice Cunningham) (1838-1923), letters to Brinton (items (4 leaves)), 1895-1897.

2 142

Folklore Society (Great Britain), letters to Brinton written by F. A. Milne, secretary of the Folk-lore Society (Great Britain) (items (2 leaves)), 1893.

2 143

Fondey, Charles F., letter to Brinton regarding occult and electric science (1 item (3 leaves)), 1897.

2 144

Foss, Nelson Orlando, letter to Brinton regarding research for Foss's origin of man (E. E. Foss, circa 1896) (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

2 145

Foster, Thomas, of Washington D.C. , an "Indian historiographer" who wrote Foster's Indian record, which was reprinted by William Harvey Miner as  The Iowa (Torch Press, 1911), letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1898.

2 146

Fowke, Gerard (1855-1933), previously went by the name C. M. Smith (under which he wrote a paper on Flint Ridge), letters to Brinton regarding earthworks at Ogenaw county, Michigan and Professor Eben Norton Horsford's (1818-1893) archaeological work (items (5 leaves)), 1891-1894.

2 147

Free Library of Economics and Political Science, letter to Sarah M. Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1899.

2 148

Fries, Charles N. D., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

2 149

Fullerton, George Stuart (1859-1925), vice-provost for the University of Pennsylvania, dean of the Philosophy department, and dean of the College, letter to Brinton regarding courses available in the University in philosophy, psychology and ethics (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

2 150

Galarce, A., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

2 151

Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel) (1832-1907), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1886-1887.

2 152

Godfrey, Harriet E., letters to Brinton (items (6 leaves)), 1894.

2 153

Goodale, Elaine, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1885.

2 154

Goode, G. Brown (George Brown) (1851-1896), letters to Brinton regarding the Columbian Historical Exposition in Madrid, for which Goode was a commissioner (8 items (13 leaves)), 1893-1894.

2 155

Gossin, Louis, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

2 156

Granger, Frank (1864-1936), professor at University College, Nottingham, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

2 157

Guthrie, W. N., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1878.

2 158

Habel, A., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1870.

2 159

Haddon, Alfred C. (Alfred Cort) (1855-1940), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

2 160

Hagar, Stansbury (1869-), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

2 161

Haldeman, Samuel Stehman (1812-1880), letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1869-1870.

2 162

Hale, Charles B., son of Horatio Hale (1817-1896), letters to Brinton regarding the writings of Horatio Hale (items (4 leaves)), 1897.

2 163

Hale, Edward Everett (1863-1932), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

2 164

Hale, Horatio (1817-1896), letters to Brinton (16 items (16 leaves)), 1872-1896.

2 165

Hale, William H., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

2 166

Haliburton, R. G. (Robert Grant) (1831-1901), letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1897-1898.

2 167

Hanson, Harry M., letters to Brinton in reference to books on American peoples and languages and including a copy of a letter from Hanson to Frederick Saunders (librarian at the Astor Library) that was forwarded to Brinton along with a note by Saunders on the same leaf (items (3 leaves)), 1891-1894.

2 168

Harper, William Rainey (1856-1906), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

2 169

Harrison, Henry, editor of Languages: a journal for linguistics, philologers, students, etc., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

2 170

Harrop, Herbert B., letter to Brinton regarding Brinton's book Races and peoples. (1 item (2 leaves)), 1897.

2 171

Hart, Charles Arthur (1859-1918), associated with the University of Illinois (Urbana) Biological Station at Havana, letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1897.

2 172

Hartland, Edwin Sidney (1848-1927), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

2 173

Haven, Samuel F. (Samuel Foster) (1806-1881), an archaeologist, librarian for the American Antiquarian Society, and chairman of its publishing committee, letters to Brinton (items (5 leaves)), 1870-1871.

3 174

Haverstick, J. E., letter to Brinton in response to a lecture given by Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 175

Haynes, Henry W. (Henry Williamson) (1831-1912), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

3 176

Hayward, W. S., rector of St. Paul's Church (Alderley, Wisconsin), author of an Iroquois grammar book, and the translator of Eleazar Williams's Mohawk Bible, letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1891.

3 177

Heape, Charles, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 178

Heebner and Kaercher, letters to and from Brinton mentions Charles Frederick Heebner and George Ringgold Kaercher (10 items (11 leaves)), 1888-1889.

3 179

Henning, Charles Lewis, translation of a letter to Brinton in Richard Andree's handwriting with a note by Andree (the original of Henning's letter is not included) (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

3 180

Henry, Joseph J., letter to Brinton regarding the Delaware people (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

3 181

Hetherington, Clark W. (Clark Wilson) (1870-1942), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

3 182

Hill-Tout, Charles (1858-1944), letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1899.

3 183

Hilprecht, H. V. (Hermann Vollrat) (1859-1925), curator of the Babylonian Section of the University of Pennsylvania Museum, letters to Brinton (items (4 leaves)), 1894-1895.

3 184

Hitchcock, Romyn (1851-1923), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 185

Hite, Charles E., commander of a Labrador expedition, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 186

Hodge, Frederick Webb (1864-1956), letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1892-1893.

3 187

Holmes, William Henry (1846-1933), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1897.

3 188

Holsburg, D. B., letters to Brinton (items (4 leaves)), 1885.

3 189

Holt, Henry (1840-1926), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 190

Hopkins, Edward Washburn (1857-1932), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

3 191

Horsford, Cornelia (1861-), daughter of Eben Norton Horsford (1818-1893), letters to Brinton (7 items (7 leaves)), 1886-1897.

3 192

Horwitz, George D., letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), undated.

3 193

Hough, Walter (1859-1935), letters to Brinton (items (4 leaves)), 1894.

3 194

Hoyt, John Wesley (1831-1912), letters to Brinton regarding the proposed National University (items (2 leaves)), 1894.

3 195

Hunt, W. E. A., Mrs., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

3 196

Hunter, Aaron Burtin, an Episcopal minister and principal of St. Augustine's School (Raleigh, N.C.), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1899.

3 197

Hurd, Henry M. (Henry Mills) (1843-1927), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

3 198

Hurlbut, George C., note that accompanied an article on the Bartholomew Columbus map (article is not included) (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 199

Hyde, George Byron, letter to Brinton offering to exchange copies of books that Hyde had collected in Mexico for copies of Brinton's own writings (1 item (2 leaves)), 1894.

3 200

Iles, George (1852-1942), letters to Brinton regarding discussions on language and the British Anthropological Institute (items (2 leaves)), 1897-1898.

3 201

Ingham, William A. (William Armstrong) (1827-1913), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

3 202

Jackson, A. V. Williams (Abraham Valentine Williams) (1862-1937), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

3 203

James, F. Hubert, letter to Brinton regarding criticisms and comments on Brinton's "Protohistoric ethnography of Western Asia" (1 item (4 leaves)), 1896.

3 204

Jastrow, Morris (1861-1921), librarian and professor in Semitic languages at the University of Pennsylvania, letters to Brinton (10 items (10 leaves)), 1892.

3 205

Jennings, L. M., letter to Brinton following up a point from one of Brinton's lectures, and maintaining that typewriting is bad for the eyes (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

3 206

Jewett, John Brown, letters to Brinton (items (7 leaves)), 1892-1898.

3 207

Johnson, E. J., an explorer, letter to Brinton regarding a proposed trip by Johnson to Central America with Philo Beveridge (son of a former governor of Illinois), including two newspaper clippings (1 item (4 leaves)), 1893.

3 208

Johnson, Lewis, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 209

Johnson, Robert Underwood (1853-1937), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

3 210

Jones, Joseph (1833-1896), letter to James McKeen Cattell forwarded to Brinton with an article for Science (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

3 211

Jordan, C. H., letter to Brinton regarding a quarry at Vera Cruz, Pennsylvania (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

3 212

Keely, John Ernest Worrell (1827-1898), letter to Brinton including a printed copy of a letter by H. O. Ward (a pen name of Clara Jessup Moore) about Keely and the Keely Motor Company (1 item (2 leaves)), 1893.

3 213

Keen, Ida C., letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1894.

3 214

Keim, Henry May, letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1894.

3 215

Kellor, Frances (1873-1952), letters to Brinton regarding Kellor's studies (which Brinton informally advised), her difficulties in continuing her education, and her eventual enrollment at the University of Chicago (8 items (15 leaves)), 1897-1898.

3 216

Kervey, H. Rush, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1891.

3 217

Keys, Lillian Gibbs, letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1898.

3 218

Keyser, Charles S. (Charles Shearer) (1825-1904), letters to Brinton (items (5 leaves)), 1892.

3 219

Klittke, Max, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

3 220

Knight, George H., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1891.

3 221

Knipe, Oscar A., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

3 222

Knortz, Karl (1841-1918), letters to Brinton (items (4 leaves)), undated.

3 223

Koopman, Harry Lyman (1860-1937), librarian at Brown University, letters to Brinton (items (5 leaves)), 1896.

3 224

Lamb, M. T. (Martin Thomas) (1838-1912), letter to Brinton regarding Lamb's The golden bible (1 item (1 leaf)), 1887.

3 225

Lamberton, W. A. (William Alexander) (1848-1910), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

3 226

Lamborn, Robert H., letter to Brinton regarding the Grolier Club and American publications (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

3 227

Landon Printing and Publishing Co., letter to Brinton regarding the archeology journal's interest in publishing work by Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1896.

3 228

Langley, S. P. (Samuel Pierpont) (1834-1906), secretary for the Smithsonian Institute, letter to Brinton requesting him to nominate a committee-member to the Smithsonian Hodgkins Fund Prize board (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

3 229

Lanman, Charles Rockwell (1850-1941), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1891.

3 230

Larned, J. N. (Josephus Nelson) (1836-1913), letters to Brinton requesting help with his The literature of American history (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1902) (items (4 leaves)), 1897-1898.

3 231

Lawrence, William, letter to Brinton regarding unspecified charges made against Lawrence, who refutes them without particulars (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

3 232

Leach, Ephraim, Mrs., letter to Horatio Hale requesting a copy of Hale's Iroquois book of rites, and a note from Hale forwarding the letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1895.

3 233

Lee, Francis Bazley (1869-1914), a University of Pennsylvania graduate (Class of 1890), letter to Brinton regarding Lenape women and their rights (1 item (2 leaves)), 1893.

3 234

Leland, Charles Godfrey (1824-1903), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves, 3 booklets)), 1888.

3 235

Lenz, Rodolfo (1863-1938), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

3 236

León, Nicolás (1859-1929), letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1898.

3 237

Lewis, Charlton Thomas (1834-1904), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

3 238

Lindley, E. Marguerite, letter to Brinton in response to Brinton's lecture on The pursuit of happiness (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

3 239

Lindsey, Edward, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

3 240

Lippincott, Alice, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

3 241

Livermore, W. R., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

3 242

Livierato, C. D., letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1893.

3 243

Lockington, W. N., author of editorials on education and sanitation, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1885.

3 244

Longwell, Horace Craig (1876-1929), member of the University of Pennsylvania, Class of 1898, letter to Brinton requesting assistance with material on North American Indian literature (1 item (2 leaves)), 1896.

3 245

MacAlister, James (1840-1913), president of the Drexel Institute of Art, Science and Industry, letters to Brinton (items (7 leaves)), 1892-1898.

3 246

Macauley, E. W., letters to Brinton includes a list of expenses from Edward Drinker Cope (items (3 leaves)), 1891.

3 247

Mackey, H. C., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1891.

3 248

MacLean, J. P. (John Patterson) (1848-1939), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

3 249

McCloud, Richard, president of the Durango Archaeological and Historical Society (Durango, Colorado), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 250

McGee, W. J. (William John) (1853-1912), chairman of the Smithsonian Institution's Bureau of Ethnology, and president of the American Anthropological Association, letters to Brinton (9 items (15 leaves)), 1892-1898.

3 251

McKinn, Katharine L., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1886.

3 252

McLennan, William E. (William Etridge) (1861-), Methodist missionary in Mexico, letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1891-1892.

3 253

McLoyd, Charles, letter to Charles C. Abbott regarding a collection of relics assembled by McLoyd, forwarded to Brinton (1 item (5 leaves)), 1892.

3 254

McMahan, A. B., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 255

McMaster, John Bach (1852-1932), letter to Brinton regarding the formation of the History Club of Philadelphia, and is also undersigned by Frederick Dawson Stone (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 256

Manning, Abby F., writing as a friend of "Mr. Phillips," letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

3 257

Marburg, Theodore (1862-1946), letter to Brinton containing questions about Native American populations (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

3 258

Marcel, G., librarian in the geography section of the Bibliothèque Nationale, letter to Brinton regarding Native American linguistics and contains vocabulary lists (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

3 259

Markham, Clements R. (Clements Robert), Sir (1830-1916), secretary to the Royal Geographical Society, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1885.

3 260

Marsters, Vernon Freeman, member of the geology department at the University of Indiana, Bloomington, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

3 261

Martin, Gertrude S., doctoral student at Cornell University, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

3 262

Mason, Otis Tufton (1838-1908), letters to Brinton (items (4 leaves)), 1894-1897.

3 263

Massey, Susanna, author of "God's parable" and other poems, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

3 264

Matthews, Washington (1843-1905), letters to Brinton (items (4 leaves)), 1872.

3 265

Maynard, Samuel, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 266

Mendenhall, Thomas C. (Thomas Corwin) (1841-1924), president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1889.

3 267

Merble, Frank E., superintendent of the Massachusetts Temperance Home in Lynn, Massachusetts, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

3 268

Mercer, Henry Chapman (1856-1930), curator of American and prehistoric archeology at the University of Pennsylvania Museum, letters to Brinton (7 items (17 leaves)), 1894-1895.

3 269

Michael, Helen Abbott (1857-1904), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

3 270

Mifflin, Lloyd (1846-1921), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

3 271

Miles, Manly (1826-1898), letters to Brinton regarding a tablet from a Michigan mound (items (3 leaves)), 1896.

3 272

Miller, Dickinson Sergeant (1868-1963), professor of philosophy at Bryn Mawr College, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

3 273

Miller, Merton Leland, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

3 274

Mitchell, S. Weir (Silas Weir) (1829-1914), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

3 275

Molee, Elias (1845-), letter to Brinton regarding Molee's book, Pure Saxon English (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1890) (1 item (1 leaf)), 1891.

3 276

Montan, Douglas Cullum (1834-1896), historian of Native American peoples and cultures, letter to Brinton requesting linguistic help on the nomenclature for Baton Rouge (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

3 277

Mooney, James (1861-1921), worked in the Smithsonian's Bureau of Ethnology and was in charge of the Algonquin, Iroquois, Delaware and New Jersey Lenape stocks in the Bureau's Indian Synonymy (list of linguistic groups and tribal names), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1887-1892.

3 278

Moore, Bloomfield H., Mrs. (Clara Jessup) (1824-1899), also wrote as H. O. Ward,, letters to Brinton regarding the American publication of Moore's Keely and his discoveries, with which Brinton was assisting, and including a privately printed copy of some letters relating to a scandal "in general circulation" about Moore's son (presumably the American archaeologist Clarence Bloomfield Moore, 1852-1836) in 1891-1892 (items (3 leaves)), 1893.

3 279

Moorehead, Warren King (1866-1939), letters to Brinton regarding The archaeologist (the magazine) which Moorehead purchased in 1893 along with Lewis Gunkel and including two leaves with drawings of pieces from the Mercer collection of Native American artifacts (items (13 leaves)), 1893-1898.

3 280

Morice, A. G. (Adrien Gabriel) (1859-1938), letters to and from Brinton including a list of Brinton's works with a note from Brinton to Morice (8 items (9 leaves)), 1892-1896.

4 281

Morris, Charles (1833-1922), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1897.

4 282

Morse, Edward Sylvester (1838-1925), letters to Brinton including two images of Morse's "Rosenspanner puzzle," intended for publication in Science (9 items (11 leaves)), 1897.

4 283

Mortimer, W. Golden (William Golden), letter to Brinton regarding traditional uses for cocoa (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

4 284

Morton, Lala Baldwin, wife of Daniel Edward Seybel and lecturer on French history, letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1895-1896.

4 285

Mosle, George R., graduate of Yale University (class of 1886) and head of Mosle Brothers, Commission Agents, letter to Brinton requesting an accurate name for Mosle's New Jersey estate in a local language (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

4 286

Müller, F., letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1886-1891.

4 287

Myer, Isaac (1836-1902), letters to Brinton including a letter from Thomas Moore Johnson to Myer, containing a list of courses in philology (items (4 leaves)), 1894.

4 288

Nadaillac, Jean-François-Albert du Pouget, marquis de (1818-1904), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1886-1892.

4 289

Nelson, William (1847-1914), member of the New Jersey Historical Society and amateur ethnologist, letters to Brinton (items (2 leaves)), 1886-1894.

4 290

Newhall, Barker (1867-1924), letter to Brinton in response to Brinton's lecture on American cuss words, and refers to Latin and Greek oaths (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

4 291

Nichols, J. R., letter to Brinton (1 item (2 leaves)), 1898.

4 292

Niven, William (1850-1937), letters to Brinton regarding Mexican archeology and reporting the discovery of a ruined city in Guerrero, Mexico (1895) (items (5 leaves)), 1895-1896.

4 293

Norton, Louis L., letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

4 294

Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1899.

4 295

Nuttall, George Henry Falkiner (1862-1937), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

4 296

Nuttall, Zelia (1858-1933), letters to Brinton (items (5 leaves)), 1893-1898.

4 297

Owen, G. W., editor of Andrew Jackson Blackbird's The history of the Ottawa and the Chippewa Indians of Michigan (Ypsilanti, Michigan: Ypsilanti Job Print House, 1887), letters to Brinton (items (4 leaves)), 1887.

4 298

Owens, Thomas, a lawyer in Carlisle, Kentucky, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

4 299

Parker, Samuel J., author from Ithaca, New York, letter to Brinton (1 item (3 leaves)), 1897.

4 300

Phillips, Mr. (possibly), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

4 301

Podhorsky, Mojmír, member of the Naturalist Club and secretary of the Popular Lectures Society in Prague, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1894.

4 301

Pokagon, Simon (1830-1899), letters to Brinton and John Bochin Thompson forwarded to Brinton regarding the etymological discussion of his name (items (5 leaves)), 1897.

4 303

Prince, John Dyneley (1868-1945), letter to Brinton regarding the publication of Prince's work on Passamaquoddy wampum records in a scientific journal (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

4 304

Roth, H. Ling (Henry Ling) (1854-1925), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1892.

4 305

Sayce, A. H. (Archibald Henry) (1845-1933), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1890.

4 306

Science, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1885.

4 307

Seybold, Christian Friedrich (1859-1921), letter to Brinton containing numerous misprint notations for Brinton's Races and peoples (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

4 308

Stedman, Arthur, editor of Walt Whitman's Selected Poems (Philadelphia: McKay, 1892), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1892.

4 309

Stoll, Otto (1849-1922), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1886.

4 310

Sulzberger, Mayer (1843-1923), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

4 311

Sundberg, John C., editor of the Pacific Medical Journal who "served his apprenticeship" with Brinton (possibly at the  Medical and Surgical Reporter), letters to Brinton (items (3 leaves)), 1891.

4 312

Thorpe, Francis Newton (1857-1926), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1891.

4 313

Tsuboi, Shōgorō (1863-), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1897.

4 314

University of Pennsylvania, letters to Brinton written primarily by University secretary Jesse Burk and Archeology Department secretary Sara Stevenson, as well as Edward Cheyney (professor and secretary to the board of trustees), Charles Harrison (provost), William Newbold (dean of the graduate school) and Easton (professor) regarding Brinton's honorary D.Sc. award, Professor Robert Ellis Thompson's 1892 forced resignation, a request for a leave of absence, and Brinton's death (addressed to Brinton's wife) (items (10 leaves)), 1893.

4 315

Vossion, Louis (1847-1906), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

4 316

Watts, Henry C., worked at Medical and Scientific Publications, of Philadelphia, letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1888.

4 317

Wiener, Leo (1862-1939), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

4 318

Winship, George Parker (1871-1952), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1895.

4 319

Yale University, Sheffield Scientific School, invitation to Brinton for the school's fiftieth anniversary (1 item (3 leaves)), 1897.

4 320

Yoder, Albert Henry (1866-1940), president of Vincennes University, letter to Brinton in response to Brinton's Religions of primitive peoples (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

4 321

Young, John Russell (1841-1899), letter to Brinton (1 item (1 leaf)), 1893.

4 322

Unidentified correspondence (2 items (2 leaves)).

4 323

II. Biographical Materials.

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Bibliographies and book notices (4 items (6 leaves)).

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Curriculum vitae (1 item (4 leaves)), 1899.

4 325

Brinton obituaries (4 items (8 leaves)), 1899.

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III. Writings.

A. Book | Arranged for revision by DGB. "The Physical Elements of Ethnography." Printed: New York: NCD Hodges, 1890. [N.B. There is no Lecture II in the book].

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Races and Peoples - Lecture I (62 leaves), 1890.

5 327-329

Races and Peoples - Lecture III (25 leaves), 1890.

5 330

Races and Peoples - Lecture IV (39 leaves), 1890.

5 331-332

Races and Peoples - Lecture V (32 leaves), 1890.

5 333

Races and Peoples - Lecture VI (21 leaves), 1890.

5 334

Races and Peoples - Lecture VII (25 leaves), 1890.

5 335

Races and Peoples - Lecture VIII (28 leaves), 1890.

5 336

Races and Peoples - Lecture IX (31 leaves), 1890.

5 337-338

Races and Peoples - Lecture X (25 leaves), 1890.

5 339

B. Articles.

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Aboriginal American Languages (1 booklet), 1898.

5 340

History of Algonquin Theology (1 item (14 leaves)), undated.

5 341

The Idea of God in 'The Sun' (1 item (3 leaves)), 1898.

5 342

The International Congress of Americanists (1 item (1 booklet)), 1891.

5 343

Linguistic Cartography of the Chaco Region (1 booklet), 1898.

5 344

On Two Unclassified Recent Vocabularies from South America (1 item (1 booklet)), 1898.

5 345

The Peoples of the Philippines (23 leaves, 1 booklet), 1898.

5 346

Snake Clan of the Wyandots (1 item (5 leaves)), undated.

5 347

Walt Whitman and Science (1 item (2 leaves)).

5 348

(Review): Business Documents of Murashu Sons (1 item (1 leaf)), 1898.

5 349

(Review): 15th & 16th Annual Reports of the Bureau of Ethnology (1 item (2 leaves)), 1898.

5 350

(Review): Man and the Glacial Period (1 item) 1 leaf), 1892.

5 351

Current Notes on Anthropology (1 booklet), 1893-1894.

5 352

Current Notes on Anthropology (1 booklet), 1895-1896.

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C. Lectures, 189-.

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An Address (Chicago) (1 item (24 leaves)).

6 354

An Ethnologist's View of History ( 1 booklet), 1896.

6 355

On Evolution (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

6 356

On the Remains of Foreigners Discovered by Mr. Fliders-Petrie (1 item (1 leaf)), 1896.

6 357

American Archaeology (1 item (50 leaves)), undated.

6 358-359

American Indian Ethnology (1 item (50 leaves)), undated.

6 360-361

The Antiquity and Origin of the Indians (2 items (29 leaves)), undated.

6 362

Central American Archaeology (1 item, (50 leaves)), undated.

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Central American Archaeology (continued) (1 item (25 leaves)).

6 364

Christianity in Folklore (1 item (15 leaves)), undated.

6 365

Civilized Nations of America (1 item (56 leaves)), undated.

6 366

Color Sense in the Poets (1 item (10 leaves)), undated.

6 367

Ethnology in the U.S. (1 item (26 leaves)), undated.

6 368

Lecture on Language (1 item (85 leaves)), undated.

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Location of the White Race (1 item (57 leaves)), undated.

6 372

The Neolithic Age in Europe (1 item (3 leaves)), undated.

6 373

Old Stories (2 items (9 leaves)), undated.

6 374

Origin of the American Indian (incomplete) (1 item (76 leaves)), undated.

6 375-377

The Origin of the Sacred Name Jahva (1 item (17 leaves)), 1899.

6 378

The Pater Noster (2 items (2 booklets, 51 leaves), undated.

6 379

Philosophic Basis of Browning's Optimism (1 item (21 leaves)), undated.

6 380

The Prehistoric World - Lecture I (3 leaves), undated.

6 381

Recent Discoveries in Nicaragua (1 item (14 leaves)), 1893-1894.

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Lecture on Religion (1 item (30 leaves)), undated.

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Lecture on Religion (35 leaves), undated.

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D. Lecture notes.

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Lecture on Religion Notes (60 leaves), undated.

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Lecture on Religion Notes (continued) (60 leaves), undated.

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American Cuss Words (1 item (5 leaves)), 1896-1897.

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Anarchism (1 item (1 leaf)), undated.

7 388

Beginnings of Fine Arts (1 item (8 leaves)), undated.

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Casts from Central America (1 item (3 leaves)), undated.

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Cathedrals (1 item (3 leaves)), undated.

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Civilization Series (3 items (12 leaves)), undated.

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The Colored Population (1 item (6 leaves)), undated.

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Criminal Anthropology (1 item (22 leaves)), undated.

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Economic Education as the Salvation of Society (1 item (11 leaves)), undated.

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Ethnology Defined (1 item (4 leaves)), undated.

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Ethnology of the United States (6 items (15 leaves)), 1892.

7 397

European Ethnic Groups (2 items (8 leaves)), undated.

7 398

Forecasts in Human Evolution (2 items (12 leaves)), undated.

7 399

Giants and Dwarfs (12 leaves), undated.

7 400

Glacial Man (1 item (11 leaves)), undated.

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The Influence of Personal Beauty (1 item (8 leaves)), undated.

7 402

The Latin or Romance Nations (1 item (4 leaves)), undated.

7 403

Series on Man (7 items (42 leaves)), undated.

7 404

Man Before History Lecture Series (7 items (49 leaves)), 1894.

7 405

Mankind - Series (4 items (25 leaves)), 1898 (April).

7 406

The Meaning of Morals (1 item (5 leaves)), 1891.

7 407

Mesopotamia (1 item (3 leaves)), undated.

7 408

Mummies (1 item (3 leaves)), 1895.

7 409

North African Peoples (7 leaves), undated.

7 410

Oldest Cities (1 item (5 leaves)), 1895.

7 411

The Origin of Man (1 item (4 leaves)), undated.

7 412

The Physical Phenomenon of Death (2 items (14 leaves)), 1896.

7 413

The Predecessors of Modern European Nations (1 item (3 leaves)), undated.

7 414

Races or Varieties of Man (1 item (6 leaves)), undated.

7 415

Recent Discoveries in American Archaeology (1 item (6 leaves)), 1895.

7 416

Relation of Earth to Man (1 item (2 leaves)) | Given to the Geographical Club, undated.

7 417

[Religion] Lecture Series (5 items (20 leaves)) | II: Origin of Religion (4 leaves) III: Echo of Mangaia, Power of Words (4 leaves) IV: Power of Religions (4 leaves) V: Worship (4 leaves) VI: Pagan Religion (4 leaves), undated.

7 418

Religion of American Indians (22 leaves), undated.

7 419

Rock-Writing (2 items (8 leaves)), undated.

7 420

On Russia (10 leaves), undated.

7 421

Slavic or Slavonian or Slovenic Nations (1 item (6 leaves)), undated.

7 422

Some Rare Books About America (1 item (7 leaves)), undated.

7 423

On Spain (2 items (10 leaves)), 1890.

7 424

Stone Implements (1 item (2 leaves)), 1891.

7 425

"A Survey of the Science of Man" Series (6 items (35 leaves)), 1895 (Jan - Feb).

7 426

The Teutonic Nations (1 item (4 leaves)), undated.

7 427

Theories of Happiness (1 item (5 leaves)), 1891.

7 428

The World Before History (6 leaves), [189-].

7 429

Miscellaneous notes for lectures (19 leaves), undated.

7 430

Copies of prayers and inscriptions (8 leaves), undated.

7 431

Huth's The Marriage of Near Kin (1 item (2 leaves)), undated.

7 432

Indian Missions (7 leaves), undated.

7 433

Linguistics [Central America] (34 leaves), undated.

7 434

Linguistics [Central America] (44 leaves), undated.

7 435

Linguistics & Vocabularies (49 leaves), undated.

7 436

Linguistics & Vocabularies (47 leaves), undated.

7 437

Linguistics & Vocabularies (30 leaves), undated.

7 438

IV. Notes and notebooks.

Box Folder

Notebook I: The Book of Chilau Balam of Chumayel; Notebook I: Notes on Various Ethnographic Topics (2 booklets), undated.

8 439

Notebook II: Notes on Comparative Religion; Notebook III: Notes on Religiosity and Atheism; Notebook IV: Notes on Tzental, Mexico & Guatemala, undated.

8 440

Notebook V: Tzental Culture Notes; Notebook VI: Translation of a Mexican Indian Text, undated.

8 441

Notebook VII: Misc. Notes (Religion, Politics); Notebook VIII: Misc. Notes (American History), undated.

8 442

Notebook IX, Notebook X, undated.

8 443

Notebook XII: Abstracts on religious subjects; Notebook XIII: List of people to whom Brinton sent a publication; Notebook XVI: Clippings on Indian Subjects, undated.

8 444

Notebook XVI: Americana; Notebook XVII: Lengua Mexicana, undated.

8 445

V. Writings by others.

Box Folder

Hilbourne Thomson Cresson: Interpretation of the Maya Glyphs by their Phonetic Elements (1 item (33 leaves)), undated.

9 446

Hilbourne Thomson Cresson: Interpretation of the Maya Glyphs by their Phonetic Elements (1 item (33 leaves)), undated.

9 447

Hilbourne Thomson Cresson: Copies of "Interpretation of the Maya Glyphs by their minor Phonetic Elements" Parts I-III (1 item (41 leaves)), undated.

9 448

William M. Gabb: Notes on a Collection of Indian Implements, Ornaments etc. From Talamaca, Costa Rica (1 item (42 leaves)), undated.

9 449

Francis B. Lee (1869-1914): Indian Stream Names of New Jersey (1 item (3 leaves)), [1869-1899].

9 450

Edward Palmer (1831-1911): The Seltzertown Mound (Adams Co., Miss.) (1 item (4 leaves)), undated.

9 451

Alfred Wright: Choctaws - Religious Opinions, Traditions (1 item (16 leaves)), 1828.

9 452

VI. Newspaper clippings (6 items (10 leaves)).

Box
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Folder
453

VII. Images.

A. Drawings.

Box Folder

Native American peoples and relics (3 items (3 leaves)), undated.

9 454

B. Proofsheets.

Box Folder

The Mexican Picture-Chronicle of Cempoallan and Other States of the Empire of Aculhuacan (London: Bernard Quaritch, 1890) (26 leaves + label), 1890.

9 455-457

C. Photographs of Native American peoples and relics.

Box Folder

# 1-5 (5 items (5 leaves)).

10 458

# 6-10 (5 items (5 leaves)), undated.

10 459

# 11-15 (5 items (5 leaves)), undated.

10 460

# 16-21 (6 leaves), undated.

10 461

# 22-26 (5 leaves), undated.

10 462

# 27-32 (6 leaves), undated.

10 463

# 33-40 (8 leaves), undated.

10 464

VIII. Maps.

Box Folder

Manuscript maps, undated.

11 1
Drawer Folder

Manuscript and printed maps, undated.

98 1
Box Folder

Mapoteca historica del Golfo de Mexico, undated.

11 3

Printed maps (some annotated), undated.

11 2