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|Named Person:||Ernesto Balch; Ralph L Beals; Ruth Benedict; Mabel Thorp Boardman; Franz Boas; Randolph Silliman Bourne; Charles Bovey; Ruth Leah Bunzel; Mary Carmody; Fay-Cooper Cole; Clarence Day; Max Eastman; Fred Eggan; Reginald Fitz; Pliny Earle Goddard; E A Goldenweiser; Francis Hackett; Melville J Herskovits; Larry Hughes; Alvin Johnson; Alfred Vincent Kidder; A L Kroeber; C Grant La Farge; Margaret Reed Lewis; Robert Harry Lowie; Mabel Dodge Luhan; Morris Edward Opler; Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons; Herbert Parsons; Robert Redfield; Gladys Amanda Reichard; Theodore Roosevelt; Edward Sapir; Leslie Spier; William H Taft; Morris Titiev; Clara True; Leslie A White; George Young|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons; Arthur Huff Fauset; Peter H Hare
|Notes:||An earlier accession of Elsie Clews Parsons papers is described in PAAV87A-230.|
|Description:||36 linear ft.|
The more personal, family material includes an interesting family genealogy or data book, "Record of Family Faculties" (a printed form-book devised by Francis Galton) which includes photographs of Parsons and otheres, with a detailed description of herself. There is correspondence with her children, and more extensively, 1898-1925, with her husband Herbert. Many of the latter were written while she was doing work in the field. They contain interesting information about her professional undertakings. Numerous anthropologists are represented in the correspondence, the most notable being the large number of letters from Alfred L. Kroeber, ca. 1915-1930s. He writes of personal matters, the state of anthropology at Berkeley and elsewhere, with many comments on colleagues and friends.
There is much material concerning her publications, with related letters and reviews of her work. Much that she published outside of anthropology related to her commitment to feminist causes, such as women's suffrage, and pacifism during World War I. There are four unpublished manuscripts: "In the Southwest" (a complete travel guide), "Imaginary Mistress," "Journal of a Feminist," "Journal of a Pacifist."
Included in the collection are letters of Professor Peter Hare who, with the family's consent and cooperation, collected material on Parsons for his biography "A Woman's Quest for Science" (1985). Included in this series are interesting reminiscences of Parsons by Ralph L. Beals and Arthur Huff Fauset.
- Balch, Ernesto.
- Beals, Ralph L. -- (Ralph Leon), -- 1901-1985.
- Benedict, Ruth, -- 1887-1948.
- Boardman, Mabel Thorp, -- 1860-1946.
- Boas, Franz, -- 1858-1942.
- Bourne, Randolph Silliman, -- 1886-1918.
- Bovey, Charles.
- Bunzel, Ruth Leah, -- 1898-1990.
- Carmody, Mary.
- Cole, Fay-Cooper, -- 1881-
- Day, Clarence, -- 1874-1935.
- Eastman, Max, -- 1883-1969.
- Eggan, Fred, -- 1906-1991.
- Fitz, Reginald, -- 1885-1953.
- Goddard, Pliny Earle, -- 1869-1928.
- Goldenweiser, E. A. -- (Emanuel Alexandrovich), -- 1883-1953.
- Hackett, Francis, -- 1883-1962.
- Herskovits, Melville J. -- (Melville Jean), -- 1895-1963.
- Hughes, Larry.
- Johnson, Alvin.
- Kidder, Alfred Vincent, -- 1885-1963.
- Kroeber, A. L. -- (Alfred Louis), -- 1876-1960.
- La Farge, C. Grant -- (Christopher Grant), -- 1862-1938.
- Lewis, Margaret Reed.
- Lowie, Robert Harry, -- 1883-1957.
- Luhan, Mabel Dodge, -- 1879-1962.
- Opler, Morris Edward, -- 1907-1996.
- Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, -- 1874-1941.
- Parsons, Herbert, -- 1869-1925.
- Redfield, Robert, -- 1897-1958.
- Reichard, Gladys Amanda, -- 1893-1955.
- Roosevelt, Theodore, -- 1858-1919.
- Sapir, Edward, -- 1884-1939.
- Spier, Leslie, -- 1893-1961.
- Taft, William H. -- (William Howard), -- 1857-1930.
- Titiev, Morris.
- True, Clara.
- White, Leslie A., -- 1900-1975.
- Young, George.
- University of California, Berkeley. -- Department of Anthropology.
- African Americans -- Folklore.
- Folklore -- Caribbean Area.
- Folklore -- United States.
- Indians of North America -- Folklore.
- Indians of North America -- Social life and customs.
- Indians of North America -- New Mexico.
- Women -- Suffrage -- United States.
- Southwest, New -- Description and travel.