John Willoughby Layard papers, 1897-1974. (Archival material, 1897) [WorldCat.org]
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John Willoughby Layard papers, 1897-1974.

Author: J Layard; Doris Dingwall; Richard Layard
Edition/Format:   Archival material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Includes extensive correspondence by and to Layard, drafts of his writings, his unpublished autobiography, anthropological research materials, artifacts, psychiatric patient files, personal and family materials, and photographs. Most research materials and writings relate to his work in Melanesia, including Stone men in Malekula and an extensive unpublished typescript on the Atchin work. Significant correspondents  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
Personal correspondence
Autobiographies
Correspondence
Additional Physical Format: Microfilm version :
Layard, J. (John).
John Willoughby Layard papers [microform], 1897-1974
(OCoLC)758379878
Named Person: J Layard; Gerhard Adler; W H Auden; Gregory Bateson; Doris Dingwall; Alfred C Haddon; Christopher Isherwood; C G Jung; Homer Tyrrell Lane; Richard Layard; Bronislaw Malinowski; A R Radcliffe-Brown; W H R Rivers; Michael Tippett; Gerhard Adler; W H Auden; Gregory Bateson; Alfred C Haddon; Christopher Isherwood; C G Jung; Homer Tyrrell Lane; J Layard; Bronislaw Malinowski; A R Radcliffe-Brown; W H R Rivers; Michael Tippett
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: J Layard; Doris Dingwall; Richard Layard
OCLC Number: 22613811
Notes: The Layard Papers are available on microfilm. Reel and frame numbers accompany individual folder descriptions in the container list of this guide.
Description: 48.8 lin. ft. (76 archives boxes, 16 card file boxes, 6 flat boxes, 4 oversize files)
Other Titles: UCSD MSS.
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Includes extensive correspondence by and to Layard, drafts of his writings, his unpublished autobiography, anthropological research materials, artifacts, psychiatric patient files, personal and family materials, and photographs. Most research materials and writings relate to his work in Melanesia, including Stone men in Malekula and an extensive unpublished typescript on the Atchin work. Significant correspondents include Gerhard Adler, W.H. Auden, Gregory Bateson, A.C. Haddon, Christopher Isherwood, Carl Jung, Homer Lane, Bronislaw Malinowski, Alfred Radcliffe-Brown, W.H.R. Rivers, and Sir Michael Tippett. Also includes papers of Doris Dingwall.

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