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Papers, 1727, 1824-1825, 1827-1991, undated

Author: Paul Radin
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Materials collected by and about a pioneer American ethnologist. Included are numerous articles and books not readily available elsewhere, mostly facsimile correspondence compiled from collections at other repositories, and notes and manuscripts on the oral literature and religious beliefs of ethnic groups in North America, Africa, and the East Indies. (Some facsimile notes are included from collections at other  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
Folklore
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Paul Radin; Franz Boas; Felix Frankfurter; A L Kroeber; Robert Harry Lowie; Edward Sapir; Franz Boas; Felix Frankfurter; A L Kroeber; Robert Harry Lowie; Paul Radin; Edward Sapir
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Radin
OCLC Number: 45588429
Language Note: Notable items in Winnebago, Dutch, and Spanish.
Notes: Includes several related items collected posthumously by Radin's wife, Dorothy Radin, and Mary Sacharoff-Fast Wolf, a Radin biographer.
Description: 9.1 cubic ft.

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Materials collected by and about a pioneer American ethnologist. Included are numerous articles and books not readily available elsewhere, mostly facsimile correspondence compiled from collections at other repositories, and notes and manuscripts on the oral literature and religious beliefs of ethnic groups in North America, Africa, and the East Indies. (Some facsimile notes are included from collections at other repositories). Notable correspondents include Franz Boas, Felix Frankfurter, A.L. Kroeber, Robert H. Lowie, and Edward Sapir.

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