Typescript notes on ethnological sources, letters and other papers.
 Letters to Seligman. The correspondents include D.M.H. Beck (1920); Gilbert E. Brooke (1936); A.F. Cadell (1926-28); Sir Allan Cardinall (1919-20); Louis G.C. Clarke (1923); Richard Dennett (undated); Rachel Fleming to Sir Edward Evans-Pritchard (1932); E. Leonard Gill (South African Museum, Cape Town) (1925), with a note from K.H. Barnard; Francis Griffith (Oxford Excavations in Nubia) (1911); Edward Heawood (1911), enclosing a bibliography of works on Berbers; George Huntingford (1938), sending two fieldwork reports on the Dorobo of Kenya; Mervyn Jeffreys (1931-32); B.S. Austin Kennett (1925); Sylvia Leith-Ross (1919-20); Charles K. Meek (1920-22); 1st Baron Moyne, letters from Seligman (1936); Sir Richmond Palmer, with a copy letter to the Governor of Darfur Province, Nigeria (1923-27); Rudolf Pch (1907); Robert Rattray (1922), to the Chief Commissioner, Ashanti; Sidney Ray (1912); Gerald Reece (1933-35); John Roscoe (1920); H. Russell Sienesi (1924-25); W. Allen Sturge (1915); Northcote Thomas (1924); Emil Torday (1928), revision of his MS; Alice Werner (1912-13); and Maria Wilman (McGregor Museum, Kimberley) (1925), with a letter from Raymond Dark (University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg) (1925?), on bushmen.
 Papers, extracts from unpublished MSS, obscure pamphlets, etc. (1-4) A.F. Cadell, typescripts: Customs of the Yagba tribe of Pategi Emirate, 1925; 'Customs of the Yagba tribe written from Memory', 1925; Prohibition of wives - Egbe, 1926; and The Nupes of Pategi. A description of the masked Igunu dance, undated; (5) J.C. de Graft Johnson, typescript, Christian marriage and Gold Coast social life, Accra, 1928; (6) A.G.D. Hodgson, 'Prohibitions on wives' from Wandamba tribe of Ulanga valley Kenya Colony, unpublished MS; (7-8) George Huntingford, field reports, Summary of the social organization of...Kamelilo-Kapchepkendi Dorobo of Kenya; Second field report, 1939. The economic life of the Dorobo; (9) A.S.L., typescript, Glass making at Bida [Northern Nigeria], undated; (10-11) Charles K. Meek, typescript, The Verre (of Marafa's district), undated; and Onitsha, abstract of a report by C.K. Meek, 1931; (12) Palmer[?], Typescript notes, Ancient bronze and silver relics from Tumuni, Sokoto Province, deposited in the British Museum on loan, 1921; (13) F. Rodd, reply to a questionnaire on Tuareg, sent to Charles Seligman from the Northern Provinces, Nigeria, 1928; (14) Isaac Schapera, Ethnography of South Africa, paper on bushmen, Hottentots, etc.; (15) W.C. Simmons, 'Note on a shrine to demon-god Mbandwa at Kabatinduli Bunyoro', 1919; (15) Typed 'Extracts from Dr. Tucker's notes', 1931; (16) Alice Werner, notes on Galla clans, extracts from letters to Seligman; (17) James Wilson-Haffenden, typescript, Ethnological notes on Kwottos of Toto (Panda) District Keffi Division, undated; (18-20) Anonymous typescripts, 'The origin of the Benin art work', undated; Hunting taboos on women, undated; and Notes on the Wafioni[?], or Goroa and their kindred Hamitic tribes..., undated; (21) Anonymous MS, Burial ceremonies in Mo....territory, undated; (22-25) Seligman, notes[?], Yendi District Togoland. Tronkombafetish; Bachama. Religion (The Fare Festival), undated; Multiple souls in Negro Africa, undated; and notes and photographs on the Gold Coast, Dagomba, etc.; (26) Printed Moru Primer (Mission Press, Malek), undated; (27) Sir Hercules Read, printed Anthropological queries for Central Africa, ; (28-31) Richard Dennett, 3 pamphlets, Notes on West African categories, 1911; A common basis for religion, 1913; The African table of periodic law, Lagos, 1917; and typescript, A common basis for religion. Part II, undated; (32) Sir Allan Cardinall, photographs of Dagomba etc.; (33) E.J. Wayland, sketch of a flint or tortoise-point from Kegezi district, Uganda, 1921; (34) Sketch of a gold cross in Lavigerie Museum, Carthage; and (35) A.C. Haddon, MS note on the use of tobacco in Africa, with a Charles Seligman typescript and further notes by Seligman.
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