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Furness, Harrison and Hiller expedition records

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Penn Museum Archives
Creator:
Furness, William H., III
Creator:
Harrison, Alfred Craven, Jr., 1869-1925
Creator:
Hiller, Hiram Milliken, 1867-1921
Title:
Furness, Harrison and Hiller expedition records
Date [inclusive]:
1895-1904
Call Number:
1060
Extent:
4.4 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
Between 1895 and 1901, William Furness, III., Alfred C. Harrison, Jr., and Hiram M. Hiller made a series of extended trips to Oceania, South and Southeast Asia, and East Asia. Furness, Harrison, and Hiller all donated or sold substantial collections of ethnographic, archaeological, and skeletal material acquired on the voyages to the Penn Museum. The Furness, Harrison, and Hiller collections, particularly those from Oceania, are extensive and reasonably well-documented for their time.
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Biography/History

Between 1895 and 1901, William Furness, III., Alfred C. Harrison, Jr., and Hiram M. Hiller made a series of extended trips to Oceania, South and Southeast Asia, and East Asia. Furness, Harrison, and Hiller all received degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and donated or sold to the University Museum substantial collections of ethnographic, archaeological, and skeletal material acquired on the voyages. The Furness, Harrison, and Hiller collections, particularly those from Oceania, are extensive and reasonably well-documented for their time.

During the four voyages, Furness, Harrison, and Hiller traveled to China, Japan, India, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Burma, Thailand, Pakistan, Indonesia, and Malaysia. No complete single chronicle of all four voyages exists, but a rough itinerary can be pieced together from the journals (chiefly Hiller's) and from notes made by all three travelers. Voyage I (1895-1896) and Voyage II (1897-1898) are the most completely documented since nearly all of Hiller's and some of Furness' journals are present in the collection. Voyage III (1899-1900) and Voyage IV (1901) are more sketchily documented. Long stretches of these voyages are recorded only in the form of rough notes scribbled in small notebooks by Hiller and Harrison. Furness, Harrison, and Hiller did not always travel together, further complicating the difficulties of compiling complete and accurate itineraries. Chronologies for each of the four voyages have been developed based on available material and these chronologies are appended to this Note. The chronologies are most reliable for the early voyages and least reliable for Voyage IV.

Despite the incomplete and occasionally illegible condition of the notes and journals, they do contain considerable ethnographic and technological detail for the groups visited during the voyages. Perhaps the greatest attention is devoted to groups living in Sarawak and Kalimantan, Indonesia. Numerous ethnographic details are recorded and several ethnographic maps of groups living along various rivers in these regions are present in the collections. Furness, Harrison, and Hiller apparently spoke at least serviceable Japanese and Malay and made an attempt to learn local dialects in Sarawak. Linguistic details and comparisons were recorded in the journals from time to time. A number of observations on social organization and social customs are also recorded in the journals, as are observations on the impact of colonial administration and administrators, and foreign economic concerns on local groups.

In addition to studying groups in Sarawak and Kalimantan, Furness, Harrison, and Hiller also studied hill people in western India and in the Naga Hills, and spent some time among Veddah groups in Sri Lanka. Hiller accompanied Jenichiro Oyabe, a Japanese ethnographer studying the Ainu, on several trips to study this group. Observations on more frequently visited areas such as large cities in East Asia, South and Southeast Asia, and Oceania are also recorded. A number of very complete descriptions of technology are to be found in the journals and a number of competently executed drawings of boats, agricultural and fishing equipment, weapons, looms, tofu presses, and clothing are interspersed with the journal text. Considerable attention is devoted to variations in the shape and execution of tattoo patterns throughout Asia and Oceania. Over 500 photographs, some attributed to Alfred C. Harrison, are also available, illustrating many of the areas described in the journals and publications. These photographs have been placed in the general photographic collection for each country visited.

William H. Furness III (1867-1920) was the son of Shakespearean scholar Horace Howard Furness and nephew of architect Frank Furness. He received his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1891. He was Curator of the Museum’s Section of General Ethnology 1903-05 and Secretary of the Board of Managers 1904-05. Devoted years to research work among anthropoids, a part of the work being the attempt to teach articulate language to chimpanzees.

Alfred Craven Harrison, Jr.(1869-1925) was nephew of Charles Custis Harrison, Provost of the University of Pennsylvania, 1894-1911, and President of the Museum’s Board of Managers, 1917-1929. His father, Alfred C. Harrison, was a prosperous sugar manufacturer who donated funds for the construction of the Free Museum of Science and Art in 1899 (now the University of Pennsylvania Museum), the repository for his son’s collections. Harrison received an Honorary B.S. in 1899 from the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to his travels with William Henry Furness and Hiram Hiller to the Far East, he was a member of an expedition to the Maya ruins of Copan in Honduras. In 1902 he entered his father’s business. Little is known of his later years, although he was involved in research work during the last ten years of his life.

Hiram Milliken Hiller(1867-1921) received his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1891, and served as resident physician at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital and at nearby Blockley Hospital.

Itinerary of Furness, Harrison and Hiller Expeditions - Voyage I
15 October 1895 Chicago
20 October 1895 San Francisco
22 October 1895 Sailed for Honolulu aboard the "China"
28 October 1895 Honolulu
10 November 1895 Yokohama, Japan
8 December 1895 Nagoya, Kyoto, Japan
1 January 1986 Yokohama, Japan
14 January 1896 First departure for Oshima, Luchu Islands aboard the "Retriever"
29 January 1896 Return to Yokohama for repairs
11 February 1896 Second departure for Oshima
22 February 1896 Naze, Oshima
13 March 1896 Naha, Shuri, Okinawa, Luchu Islands
26 March 1896 Sailed for Hong Kong
26 April 1896 Sailed for Singapore aboard Pacific and Orient steamer
1 May 1896 Sailed for Sarawak (Malaysia) aboard the "Rajah Brooke"
6 May 1896 Kuching, Sarawak
20 May 1896 Sailed for Baram River, Sarawak aboard the "Abeh"
22 May 1896 Claudetown, Sarawak
23 May 1896 Upper Baram River
4 June 1896 Upper Baram River
3 July 1896 Kuching, Sarawak
6 July 1896 Furness sailed for Sadong River
7 July 1896 Hiller in Santubong
11 July 1896 Kuching
21 July 1896 Furness returns
24 July 1896 Hiller and Wilder sailed to Rejang aboard the "Lorna Doone"
25 July 1896 Sibu, Sarawak
30 July 1896 Kapit, Sarawak
3 August 1896 Upper Rejang River
12 August 1896 Kapit
18 August 1896 Sibu
21 August 1896 Kuching, Sarawak
29 August 1896 Baram
13 September 1896 Sailed aboard the "Sri Patri"
16 September 1896 Labuan Island, Sarawak
24 September 1896 Sailed for Singapore aboard the "Ranee"
27 September 1896 Singapore
4 October 1896 Sailed for Saigon/Hong Kong aboard the "Melbourne"
7 October 1896 Saigon, Viet Nam
9 October 1896 Sailed for Hong Kong aboard the "Melbourne"
12 October 1896 Hong Kong
16 October 1896 Shanghai, China
19 October 1896 Kobe, Japan
21 October 1896 Yokohama, Japan
7 November 1896 Sailed for Honolulu aboard the "Pekin"
16 November 1896 Honolulu, Hawaii
18 November 1896 Sailed for San Francisco aboard the "Pekin"
23 November 1896 San Francisco
4 December 1896 Kahoka, Missouri (Hiller)
Itinerary of Furness, Harrison and Hiller Expeditions - Voyage II
15 May 1897 San Francisco to Japan
17 June 1897 Kyoto, Japan
18 June 1897 Yokohama, Japan
3 August 1897 Sailed for Hong Kong aboard the "City of Peking"
4 August 1897 Kobe, Japan
6 August 1897 Nagasaki, Japan
8 August 1897 Shanghai, China
13 August 1897 Hong Kong
15 August 1897 Sailed for Canton aboard the "Pow-an"
21 August 1897 Saigon, Viet Nam
24 August 1897 Singapore
10 September 1897 Hiller and Harrison sailed for Tanjong Priok, Kalimantan (Indonesia) aboard the "Godaway"
12 September 1897 Tanjong Priok
13 September 1897 Buitenzorg, Java, Indonesia
15 September 1897 Batavia (Djakarta), Java, Indonesia
18 September 1897 Tanjong Priok, sailed for Singapore aboard the "Godaway"
25 September 1897 Singapore
27 September 1897 Sailed for Kapuas River, Kalimantan aboard the "Sri Pontianak"
29 September 1897 Pontianak, Kalimantan
1 October 1897 Up Kapuan River aboard the "Tong Kong"
7 October 1897 Kayuntunoh, Kalimantan
10 October 1897 Siutang, Indonesia
13 October 1897 Furness and Etzel sailed for Baram, Indonesia on "Ranu"; went to Labuan, Sarawak (Malaysia); up Balait River to Pagalaian, up Tinjar River on "Sri Putri"
2 November 1897 Up Kapuas River, Kalimantan
9 November 1897 Bunut, Kalimantan
12 November 1897 Putus Sibau, Kalimantan
8 January 1898 Up Sibau River, Kalimantan
19 Jan 1898 Overland across mountains
23 January 1898 Rajang River, Sarawak
30 January 1898 Kapit, Sarawak
17 February 1898 Rajang River, Sarawak
21 February 1898 Kuching, Sarawak
27 February 1898 Sailed aboard the "Vorwards"
1 March 1898 Singapore
13 March 1898 Furness and Etzel arrived in Singapore
19 March 1898 Sailed for Bangkok, Thailand aboard the "Charon"
24 March 1898 Bangkok
31 March 1898 Sailed for Singapore aboard the "Centaur"
7 April 1898 Signapore/Johor Malaysia
23 April 1898 Sailed for Kotei aboard the "Van der Lyn"
26 April 1898 Banjermassin, Kalimantan
29 April 1898 Surabaya, Java, Indonesia
2 May 1898 Samarinda, Kalimantan, Indonesia
5 May 1898 Up Mahakam River
7 May 1898 Upriver
24 May 1898 Samarinda
29 May 1898 Dongala, Celebes
31 May 1898 Bulangan Islands, Malaysia
1 June 1898 Traveled upriver
4 June 1898 Dampelas/Dongala
7 June 1898 Mora Jawa (Kotei River)
10 June 1898 Bangermassin, Kalimantan
14 June 1898 Singapore
22 June 1898 Sailed aboard the "Abeh"
25 June 1898 Kapit, Baram River, Sarawak
1 July 1898 Sailed for Kuching, Sarawak
5 July 1898 Kuching
9 July 1898 Sailed for Tambak aboard the "Young Henry"
15 July 1898 Sailed for Singapore
18 July 1898 Singapore
26 July 1898 Sailed aboard the "Salazei"
28 July 1898 Saigon
2 August 1898 Hong Kong
6 August 1898 Sailed for Shanghai aboard the "Chusan"
Itinerary of Furness, Harrison and Hiller Expeditions - Voyage III
14 June 1899 Sailed for England aboard the "Saint Louis"
21 June 1899 London
30 June 1899 Paris
1 July 1899 Marseilles
2 July 1899 Sailed for Colombo, Sri Lanka aboard the "Ernest Simon"
7 July 1899 Port Said, Egypt
9 July 1899 Suez Canal, Egypt
11 July 1899 Djibouti
18 July 1899 Colombo
23 July 1899 Left for Kandy and trip to Veddahs
30 July 1899 Back in Kandy
12 August 1899 Madras, India
17 August 1899 Calcutta, India
22 August 1899 Darjeeling, India
August 1899 Agra, India
1 September 1899 Calcutta
September 1899 Mokameh Junction
5 September 1899 Agra
10 September 1899 Rawalpindi, Pakistan
13 September 1899 On river
September 1899 Lake Srinigar and Kashmir, India
16 September 1899 Singapore
20 October 1899 Rawalpindi
6 November 1899 Jaypore
11 November 1899 Islamabad, Pakistan
15 November 1899 Benawar
2 December 1899 Rawalpindi
4 December 1899 Calcutta
6 January 1900 Mokuk Chung
31 January 1900 Kohima, India
1 February 1900 Rangoon, Burma
23 February 1900 Tamir, Burma
26 February 1900 Sittang, Burma
28 February 1900 Kendat, Burma
4 March 1900 Kaleiwa, Burma
6 March 1900 Mandalay, Burma
12 March 1900 Rangoon
27 March 1900 Sailed for Australia
10 April 1900 Freemantle, Australia
24 April 1900 Sydney, Australia
16 May 1900 Hawaii
17 May 1900 Vancouver, British Columbia
Itinerary of Furness, Harrison and Hiller Expeditions - Voyage IV
19 February 1901 Philadelphia
1 March 1901 New Orleans
5 March 1901 San Francisco
7 March 1901 Sailed for Yokohama aboard the "Sir Coptic"
12 March 1901 Honolulu
26 March 1901 Yokohama, Japan
19 April 1901 Ashinoyu, Japan
4 May 1901 Hakodata, Japan
8 May 1901 Moruwan, Japan

Horobito, Japan
9 May 1901 Shiravi, Japan
10 May 1901 Numonohata, Japan
11 May 1901 Nuikawa, Japan
12 May 1901 Piratori, Japan
13 May 1901 Mukawa, Japan
14 May 1901 Rubishebe, Japan
15 August 1901 Buitenzorg, Java, Indonesia

Scope and Contents

The Furness, Harrison, and Hiller collection also contains published and unpublished manuscripts, rough notes for intended publications, drawings, maps, both purchased and hand-drawn, and correspondence relating to the voyages. A distinction has been drawn between typical business and personal correspondence and correspondence intended to provide a chronicle of the voyage, usually in the form of extended letters to family members. These letters have been included in the journal series rather than in the correspondence series. Some documentation of collections donated to the Museum by Furness, Harrison, and Hiller is also present. Original titles of folders, envelopes or boxes have been preserved wherever possible, but a small percentage of the material lacked provenience other than its proximity to other items in the collections. The journals have been organized by voyage rather than by author. Wherever journals are available for more than one participant these have been grouped together within the same voyage.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Penn Museum Archives,  November 1981

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by T. Van Houten

Use Restrictions

Although many items from the archives are in the public domain, copyright may be retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law. The user is fully responsible for compliance with relevant copyright law.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence
  • Field notes
  • Manuscripts for publication
  • Maps
  • Photographic prints
  • Site plans
  • Travelogs
Personal Name(s)
  • Furness, William H., III
  • Harrison, Alfred Craven, Jr., 1869-1925
  • Hiller, Hiram Milliken, 1867-1921
Subject(s)
  • Ainu
  • Anthropology
  • Art history
  • Decoration and ornament, Ainu
  • Ethnology
  • Ethnology--Indigenous peoples
  • Naga Hills (Burma)
  • Tattooing

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Collection Inventory

Journals, 1895-1901. 2.5 Linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

Journals written by Furness, Harrison, and Hiller during voyages I, II, III, and IV (1895-1901) are included in this series. The journals contain descriptions of places visited as well as an abundance of technological, ethnographic and political detail. Letters written by W. H. Furness to his family recounting his travels are also included in this series.

Voyage I (Japan, Borneo, Singapore, China, 1895-1896).

Box

[H. M. Hiller], Vol. 1 - pp. 1-71.

1

[H. M. Hiller], Vol. 1 - pp. 72-150.

1

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage I, Book II: Nase Harbor, Luchu to Naha, Shuri, etc.

1

[H. M. Hiller], [Voyage I, Vol. 2 duplicates].

1

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage I, Book III: Singapore to Baram, Tama Bulan Trip.

1

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage I, Book IV: Baram River see Book VI, pp. 84-100.

1

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage I, Book V: Rejang Trip.

1

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage I, Book VI: Kuching to Japan on return trip.

1

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage I, Book VII: Yokohama to Philadelphia, Finis Voyage I.

1

[W. H. Furness], [Vol. I(?)]. [Journal from Oshima and Sarawak], [pp. 140-150].

2

[W. H. Furness], [Vol. I(?)], [Journal from Oshima and Sarawak], [pp. 161].

2

[W. H. Furness]. Vol. II Schooner Retriever, Luchu Islands.

2

Voyage II (Japan, Hong Kong, Siam, Borneo, China, 1897-1898).

Box

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage II, Book II: Kyoto to Bunut, Kapuas River Trip.

2

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage II: Book III: Bunut to Meduli, Kapuas River Trip.

2

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage II, Book IV: Meduli to Tangorang (Rejang, Kuching, Singapore, Siam to Kotei River).

2

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage II, Book V: Tangorang to Singapore, Kotei River Trip.

3

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage II: Book VI: Singapore to Peking.

3

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage II, Book VII: Peking.

3

[W. H. Furness], [Letter to his family, 29 Nov., 1897].

3

[W. H. Furness], [Letter to his family, 6 Jan., 1898, rec'd 12 March, 1898].

3

[W. H. Furness], [Letter to his family, 28 Jan., 1898, rec'd 13 April, 1898].

3

[H. M. Hiller, Rough notes].

3

Voyage III (Sri Lanka, India, Kashmir, Naga Hills, Burma, 1899-1901).

Box

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage III, Book I: Philadelphia to Ceylon and Madras June 14th to August 14th 1899.

3

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage III, Book II: India, Madras to Rawal Pindi Aug. 12th to Oct. 17th 1899.

4

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage III, Book III: Kashmir 1899.

4

[H. M. Hiller], [Notebook] Ghari Jhelum Valley, 12 Sept. 99 to 3 Oct. 99.

4

[H. M. Hiller], [Notebook] Rawal Pindi Oct. 10th 99 to 2 December.

4

[H. M. Hiller], [Notebook] Naga Hills Trip Book I, Calcutta Dec. 4 to Mokok-Chung Jan. 6.

4

[H. M. Hiller], [Notebook] Naga Hills Trip Book II, Mokukchung, Jan. 6th 1900 to Kohima, Jan. 31st 1900.

4

[H. M. Hiller], [Notebook] Naga Hills Trip Book No. 3, Kohima to Rangoon Feb. 1st to March 13th 1900.

4

[H. M. Hiller], Voyage III, Book: Kendat to Rangoon, Burma [Feb. 23, 1900 to ?].

5

[H. M. Hiller], [Rangoon, 13 March 1900 and voyage back.

5

[H. M. Hiller], The remaining unwritten notes of India, Cashmere and Bunuoh[?].

5

[H. M. Hiller], [Voyage III, Rough notes].

5

Published and unpublished manuscripts, 1896-1904. 0.5 Linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

This series includes manuscripts at all stages of preparation from rough notes to reprints of published articles, written by Hiller and Furness between 1896 and 1904. The manuscripts discuss groups in the Naga Hills, Borneo, Sarawak, Yap, the Luchus, and East Asia.

Box

Furness, William Henry III. “Glimpses of Borneo.” Reprinted from Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, XXXV, No. 153. [Read 18 xii 1896].

6

Furness, William Henry III. Folklore in Borneo: A Sketch. Privately printed. 1899.

6

Furness, William Henry III. “The Stone Money of Yap.” Reprinted from Transactions of the Department of Archaeology, University of Pennsylvania, Vol. I, No. 1. 1904.

6

Furness, William Henry III. “Life in the Luchu Islands.” Bulletin of the Museum of Science and Art, University of Pennsylvania. No. 1, Vol. II. January 1899.

6

W. H. Furness[?]. “Okinawa or Great Luchu Island” [n.d.].

6

Furness, W.H. Ethnography of the Nagas of Eastern Assam. Presented Oct. 28, 1902. Published by the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Two copies.

6

Hiller, H. M. [Talk on Borneo before American Philosophical Society, 6 Nov. 1896].

6

Hiller, H. M. Borneo and its Inhabitants. Read before the Philadelphia Geographical Society. Apr. 21, 1897, Academy of Fine Arts. [1897].

6

Hiller, H. M. Manners and Customs of the People of Southern Borneo. Read before the Philadelphia Geographical Society. Dec. 19, 1900.

6

Hiller, H. M. Across the Central Watershed of Borneo, with photographs by A.C. Harrison, Jr. [n.d.].

6

Hiller, Notes of talk, General Account of the Menang Kebaus and their Country, Tracing Hindu Influence, Lampongs a Tribe near the Mts. of Sumatra.

6

Hiller, H. M.[?] Tattoo notes on Punans, Ulaits, Buluits, Melowes, etc.

6

Hiller, H. M.[?] [MS on Pagar Ruyong] [n.d.].

6

Hiller, H. M.[?] The House of Pagar Ruyong [pp.1-6,n.d.].

6

Hiller, H. M.[?] Notes on Fanoh Datar [n.d.].

6

Hiller, H. M.[?] [Notes, n.d.].

6

Hiller, H. M.[?] [Notes on tattooing in Burma [n.d.].

6

Hiller, H. M.[?] [Notes on Kalgan] [n.d.].

6

Hiller, H. M. [Notes on Peking] [n.d.].

6

Hiller, H. M. [Notes on trip from Peking to Kalgan 1898].

6

Hiller, H. M. [MS on Ainu, Chapters I-VI].

6

Hiller, H. M. [MS on Ainu, Chapters VII-XIII].

6

Hiller, H. M. [MS on Ainu, Chapters XIV to end].

6

Hiller, H. M. [Notes] Ainu Comparisons [n.d.].

6

[H. M. Hiller, MS on Naga Hills groups, pp 1-30].

7

[H. M. Hiller, MS on Naga Hills groups, pp 30-60].

7

[H. M. Hiller, MS on Naga Hills groups, pp 60-90].

7

[H. M. Hiller, MS on Naga Hills groups, pp 90-123].

7

[Author unknown] [MS on Naga Hills groups] [n.d.].

7

[Author unknown] [MS on Nagas] Miri Nagas [n.d.].

7

[Hiller, H. M.[?] [Incomplete, untitled MS, pp 13-17, n.d.].

7

[Author unknown] [MS on Nagas] Ao Nagas [n.d.].

7

[Author unknown] Folklore of the Nagas [n.d.].

7

H. M. Hiller City of Peking [ca. 1900]: Rejection notice from Harper's.

7

Voyage IV (Japan, Java, Indonesia 1901).

Box

[H. M. Hiller], Notes of Travel, H. M. Hiller, Voyage IV, Bk I. Philadelphia Feb. 19, 1901 to Shimoi Hokkaido, Japan May 10, 1901 and Numanohata May 11, 1901.

5

[H. M. Hiller], [Voyage IV, Book III: Numanohata. 10 May Okatanai 16 May, 1901].

5

[H. M. Hiller], [Voyage IV: Notes on Ainu, 15 through 24 May, 1901].

5

[H. M. Hiller], [Voyage IV: Notes on Ainu, 24 May through 14 June 1901].

5

[A. C. Harrison], [Voyage IV] "Private Note Book", No. 1, August 9th 1901.

5

[A. C. Harrison], [Voyage IV, Book II: Notes, Sept 12, 1901 - c. Oct. 2].

5

[A. C. Harrison], [Voyage IV, Book III: Notebook Oct. 2, 1901-?].

5

[A. C. Harrison], [Voyage IV, Notebook continued from Book 3] Oct. 28.

5

[A. C. Harrison], [Voyage IV] Rumering Anyong and Kumering Puleh [n.d.].

5

[A. C. Harrison], [Voyage IV] Menang Kebau Adats of Sungei(?) Jambo, Tamah Datar.

5

Correspondence, 1895-1901. 0.5 Linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

Both personal and business letters written and received by Furness and Hiller between 1895 and 1901 are included in this series.

Box

[Correspondence with University Museum].

7

[Business Correspondence, Receipts].

7

[H. M. Hiller] [Letters to Hiller, Receipts, Directions to Kohima].

7

[W. H. Furness] [Letters to Members of his Family].

7

[H. M. Hiller] [Letters to Members of his Family].

7

Letter from Kingo Miyabe on analysis of Ainu Arrow Poison [8 April 1902].

7

[Letters from Jenichiro Oyabe to H. M. Hiller] [1901-1903].

7

[Letters to Stewart Culin].

7

[Letter from Srinigar boatman].

7

Maps, notes and drawings, information relating to collections. 0.5 Linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains ethnographic maps of Borneo, drawn by Hiller(?), tourist maps and guidebooks, documents, notes, drawings, catalogues, and collections listings.

Box

Ethnographic Maps of Borneo (1895-1902).

8

[Hiller's Permission to Travel in Borneo] [1897].

8

Map of Asiatic Archipelago (5/2/1896).

8

Welcome Folio Map of Japan, Japanese Map of Japan.

8

Guide for Tourists to Peking and its Environs (1897).

8

Naga Hills Map Sections.

8

Drawings of Weapons.

8

Drawings of Philippine Weapons.

8

Drawings and Narrative.

8

Drawings.

8

Hiller's Miscellaneous Notes and Drawings.

8

Notes, mentioning Tylor. Drawings.

8

Notes pasted on box lid by Hiller, 1901; Received 1942 by Museum.

8

Clipping [unknown papers, unknown date].

8

Receipt for materials received from Horace H. F. Jayne 1963.

8

Furness: Borneo and Loochoo 21.408-37 [catalogue information].

8

16642 Johore Collection [1892].

8

[Correspondence relating to Harrison/Hiller Donation Borneo Collection to U. Museum] [1899-1941].

8

Borneo Collection of W. H. Furness and H. M. Hiller, Presented to the Museum of Archaeology and Paleontology.

8

Descriptive Background for Collections [n.d.].

8

Hiller, H. M. [Descriptive Background for Collections, 1901?].

8

Conditions d'Admission dans la Societe de Geographie de Paris 1827.

8

Exhibit Labels [?].

8

Indian Merchant's Business Card, Note.

8

Description of Photographs, Th. Paar, Darjeeling.

8

G. N. Appell. The Penis Pin at Peabody Museum Harvard University. Short note.

8

Naga Hills - Note Cards - Word Definitions.

9

Photographs, 1895-1896. 0.4 Linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

Photographs taken between 1895 and 1896 are included in this series. The following countries are represented: Egypt, Germany, Russia, China, Tibet, Mongolia, Japan, Siberia, Hawaii, Indonesia, Malaysia, Burma, India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand.

Standard Size Prints.

Box

Japan— Ainu— Photographs by H. M. Hiller (1901).

AS 3

Japan— Ainu— Jenichiro Oyabe (1901).

AS 3

Japan— Commercial Photographs (including Ainu).

AS 3

China (ca. 1899) [4 folders].

AS 3

China— Tibet (ca. 1899) [2 folders].

AS 3

Mongolia— Furness, Harrison, Hiller Expedition (?).

AS 3

Siberia (and Mongolia?) (ca. 1899) [2 folders].

AS 3

Siberia (ca. 1899) [4 folders].

AS 3

Europe— Russia (ca. 1899) [3 folders].

AS 3

Europe— Germany.

AS 3

Egypt— Suez Canal (ca. 1899).

AS 3

Oversize Visual Materials.

Map-case

Oceanian – Furness/Harrison/Hiller maps.

M-9

Oceanian – Furness/Harrison/Hiller newspaper clippings.

M-9

Oceanian – Furness/Harrison/Hiller. 29 paintings of Oceanic objects, ca. 1900. (36.5x29).

M-9

East Asia – Japan. Ainu - Jenichiro Oyabe. Over-size letters to H. W. Hiller, 1901-1902.

M-9