TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Administrative Information

Biography of Solon Toothaker Kimball

Scope and Content of the Collection

Organization

Selected Search Terms

Related Material

Container List

Series 1: Kimball Arensberg Irish Files, 1918-1939,bulk, 1932-1934

Series 2: Later Irish-related Materials, 1929-1981,bulk 1966-1968

Series 3: Kimball Navajo Files, 1924-1968,bulk 1936-1949

Series 4: Personal and Professional Files, 1902-1977, bulk 1935-1952

Series 5: Photographs 1931-1968, bulk 1931-1934, 1968

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Inventory of the Solon Toothaker Kimball papers, 1902-1981


The Newberry Library
Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections
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2003


Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Creator Kimball, Solon Toothaker, 1909-1982
Title Solon Toothaker Kimball Papers
Dates 1902-1981
Extent 12 linear feet (29 boxes)
Abstract Research notes, writings, correspondence and photographs of anthropologist and educator Solon Toothaker Kimball, primarily relating to his work in Ireland (1930's) and among the Navajo (1936-1942). Also includes numerous source materials, particularly extensive newspaper clippings.
Language Materials are in English.
Repository Newberry Library, Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections
Collection Call Number Ayer Modern MS Kimball
Collection Stack Location 3 60 4

Administrative Information

Cite As

Solon Toothaker Kimball Papers, The Newberry Library, Chicago.

Provenance

Gift of Mrs. Hannah Price Kimball, 1983.

Processed by

Joan Sweeney, 2002

Access

The Solon Toothaker Kimball Papers are open for research; they are available one box at a time in the Special Collections Reading Room (Priority III).

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Solon Toothaker Kimball Papers are the physical property of the Newberry Library. Literary rights, including copyright, may belong to the authors or their legal heirs or assigns.

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Biography of Solon Toothaker Kimball

Anthropologist, educator and author who studied the socio-economic situations of various communities including rural County Clare, Ireland, and the Navajo Indians in Arizona and New Mexico. Born in Manhattan, Kansas on August 12, 1909, to Charles Augustus Kimball and Matie (Toothaker) Kimball. Kimball attended Kansas State University from 1926-1930 and graduated with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. Kimball majored in journalism and minored in geology, which led to his interest in anthropology. He received a M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in social anthropology from Harvard in 1933 and 1936.

During the summers of 1931 and 1932, Kimball's academic training was supplemented with field experience in archeology and social anthropology in Colorado. In 1933 he did field work in Newburyport, Massachusetts.

Also in 1933, Kimball received the Sheldon Traveling Fellowship from Harvard. This provided the opportunity to conduct social anthropological research in Ireland under the direction of W. Lloyd Warner, Kimball's professor and mentor at Harvard. Kimball, together with Conrad M. Arensberg, pioneered anthropological community studies in rural County Clare during 1933 and 1934. They gathered, analyzed, and interpreted data regarding Irish social organization. In 1940 this work was published in the groundbreaking classic, Family and Community in Ireland.

Kimball returned to Harvard in May 1934 as a research assistant in anthropology while continuing to pursue his Ph.D. During this time he analyzed and synthesized the Irish material and taught a course on method in sociological research. Kimball used a portion of the Irish research for his thesis, "The Tradesman and His Family in the Economic Structure of an Irish Country Town." His partner, Arensberg, also used it his thesis, "A Study of Rural Life in Ireland as Determined by the Functions and Morphology of the Family."

In August 1936, Kimball joined the Sociological Survey (later called the Section of Conservation Economics) for the United States Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service. He was the Assistant Soil Conservator in Region 8 of the Navajo District located in Window Rock, Arizona until April 1937. He was then transferred to the Albuquerque office and soon after to the Rio Grande District from July to December 1937. For much of the period, 1936-1942, Kimball headed the Socio-economic Surveys Unit at the Navajo Reservation. In the summer of 1940, Kimball was a visiting professor of anthropology and sociology at Oklahoma University.

During World War II, 1942-1945, Kimball worked in the Community Analysis Section for the War Relocation Authority. (These Kimball papers are located at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C.)

From 1945-1948, Kimball was associate professor of sociology and anthropology at Michigan State University and researched the rural communities in Michigan. Kimball spent the summer of 1947 as visiting professor of sociology at the University of Chicago. He then went on to be chairman of the department and professor of sociology and anthropology at the University of Alabama from 1948-1953.

During the summer of 1949, the Bureau of Indian Affairs offered Kimball the opportunity to return to the Navajo District as a consultant of special studies concerning the economic plight of the Navajo and the deteriorated administrative situation. His analysis led to a plan of action for use by the BIA Superintendent to strengthen Navajo-government relationships.

From 1953-1966, Kimball was professor of anthropology and education at the Columbia University Teachers' College. (Kimball's educational research papers are located there.) During the summer of 1954, Kimball was visiting professor at the University of Puerto Rico and during the summer of 1957, he was visiting professor of anthropology at the University of California. From 1958-1959, he was a UNESCO specialist for the Brazilian Center of Educational Research.

In 1966, Kimball joined the University of Florida - Gainesville staff as graduate research professor of anthropology. There in 1978 he was instrumental in the establishment of the Zora Neal Hurston Fellowship Award Fund, which honors outstanding Black American graduates in the field. At the time of his death in 1982, Kimball had reached emeritus status.

Throughout his life, Solon Toothaker Kimball received numerous awards and recognitions for his anthropological and educational research studies and authored numerous works regarding these studies.

Kimball married Hannah Price on December 24, 1935. They had two children, Sally Makielski and John Price.

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Scope and Content of the Collection

Correspondence, interviews, research notes, source materials, speeches, writings and photographs from the files of Solon Toothaker Kimball, 1909-1982.

Papers mainly consist of Kimball's anthropological research in rural County Clare, Ireland, during the early 1930's with colleague, Conrad Arensberg, and materials from Kimball's return visit to Ireland in 1968 in preparation for a second edition of Family and Community in Ireland. Materials from Kimball's work and research with the Soil Conservation Service at the Navajo Reservation from 1936-1942 are also included. Also personal and professional files containing correspondence with friends and colleagues, and photographs mainly of the Navajo and Zuni regions in Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado, and of Ireland.

Narrative descriptions of the subject matter, types of material, and arrangement of each series are available through the Organization section of the finding aid.

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Organization

Materials are organized into five series:

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Selected Search Terms

Names

  • Arensberg, Conrad Maynadier
  • Bird, John
  • Collier, John, 1884-1968
  • Provinse, John Henry, 1897-1965
  • Shevky, Eshref
  • United States. Office of Indian Affairs
  • United States. Soil Conservation Service
  • Warner, W. Lloyd (William Lloyd), 1898-1970

Subjects

  • Anthropologists
  • Anthropology -- Research -- Ireland -- Clare
  • Anthropology -- Research -- Southwest, New
  • Clare (Ireland) -- History -- 20th century -- Sources
  • Clare (Ireland) -- Photographs
  • Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) -- Ireland-Clare -- 1901-1950
  • Community life -- Ireland -- Clare
  • Indian reservations -- Southwest, New -- History -- 20th century -- Sources
  • Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- History -- 20th century -- Sources
  • Interviews -- Ireland -- Clare -- 1901-1950
  • Irish -- Interviews
  • Manuscripts, American
  • Navajo Indians -- History -- 20th century -- Sources
  • Navajo Indians -- Photographs
  • Photographs -- Ireland -- Clare -- 1901-1950
  • Photographs -- Southwest, New
  • Soil Conservation -- Southwest, New

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Container List

Series 1: Kimball Arensberg Irish Files, 1918-1939, bulk, 1932-1934

Contains materials related to the anthropological studies of Solon T. Kimball and Conrad Arensberg in County Clare, Ireland. Includes correspondence, interviews, research notes and subject files, source materials and writings. Correspondence is mainly with colleague and coauthor Conrad Arensberg and concerns their Irish work. There are interviews conducted with local Irishmen, which document Kimball's daily activities, conversations and everyday life events during this time period. Subject files, created by Kimball, concern such topics as agriculture, religion, government, politics, ceremonials, life crises, distribution, labor and employment. Newspaper clippings, collected by Kimball, exhaustively document local and national news and events regarding similar topics. These files also contain handwritten notes, which are index-type references to the local Irish newspaper and/or his manuscripts. The writings include both Kimball's and Arensberg's theses, which were based in part on the Irish studies, as well as, the manuscript and printer's proof of Family and Community in Ireland.
These materials are first organized alphabetically according to type of material, then by subject matter.

Box Folder
1 1 Correspondence, A-Z,
1 2-6 Interviews
2 7 Interviews, Dec. 1932
2 8 Interviews, Jan.-May 1933
2 9 Interviews, May-June 1933
2 10 Interviews, Dec. 193?- Jan. 1935
2 11 Interviews, Nov.-Dec. 1935
2 12 Research Notes and Subject Files - Agriculture, 1927-1932
2 13 Research Notes and Subject Files - Agriculture, Printed Materials, 1930-1933
2 14 Research Notes and Subject Files - Associations
2 15 Research Notes and Subject Files - Associations, Bye-Laws and Rules
2 16 Research Notes and Subject Files - Associations, Listing
3 17 Research Notes and Subject Files - Associations, Pioneer Total Abstinence Association
3 18 Research Notes and Subject Files - Associations, Printed Materials
3 19 Research Notes and Subject Files - Associations, Religious
3 20 Research Notes and Subject Files - Associations, Social Stratification, A-N
3 21 Research Notes and Subject Files - Associations, Social Stratification, O-Z
3 22 Research Notes and Subject Files - Associations, Sports, A-Z
3 23 Research Notes and Subject Files - Catholic Church
3 24 Research Notes and Subject Files - Catholic Church, Clippings
3 25 Research Notes and Subject Files - Catholic Church, Holy Cards
3 26 Research Notes and Subject Files - Catholic Church, Printed Materials, 1918-1929
3 27 Research Notes and Subject Files - Catholic Church, Printed Materials, 1930-1933
4 28 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ceremonials and Life Crises, Birth
4 29 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ceremonials and Life Crises, Confirmation and First Communion
4 30 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ceremonials and Life Crises, Death Rites
4 31 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ceremonials and Life Crises, Geographical - Historical Lore
4 32 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ceremonials and Life Crises, Hypostatics
4 33 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ceremonials and Life Crises, Legend
4 34 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ceremonials and Life Crises, Marriage Rites
4 35 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ceremonials and Life Crises, Rites
4 36 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ceremonials and Life Crises, Weltans????
4 37 Research Notes and Subject Files - County Clare Council, 1932-1934
4 38 Research Notes and Subject Files - Courts, 1932-1933
4 39 Research Notes and Subject Files - Courts, Ennis and Kilrush, 1932-1934
5 40 Research Notes and Subject Files - Distribution
5 41 Education, 1932-1935
5 42 Research Notes and Subject Files - Employment Office
5 43 Research Notes and Subject Files - Family Structure
5 44 Research Notes and Subject Files - Indices
5 45 Research Notes and Subject Files - Indices and Notes
5 46 Research Notes and Subject Files - Industrial Development
5 47 Research Notes and Subject Files - Kilrush Riots
5 48 Research Notes and Subject Files - Kilrush Riots, Clippings
5 49 Research Notes and Subject Files - Labor
6 50 Research Notes and Subject Files - Land Commission
6 51 Research Notes and Subject Files - Land Commission, Interviews
6 52 Research Notes and Subject Files - Library Committee
6 53 Research Notes and Subject Files - Local Government, Committee of Agriculture, 1932-1933
6 54 Research Notes and Subject Files - Local Government, Committee of Agriculture, Printed Materials, 1930-1933
6 55 Research Notes and Subject Files - Local Government, County Board of Health
6 56-57 Research Notes and Subject Files - Local Government, County Council
6 58 Research Notes and Subject Files - Local Government, County Home
6 59 Research Notes and Subject Files - Local Government, Mental Hospital
6 60 Research Notes and Subject Files - Migration
6 61 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ministries Department
6 62 Research Notes and Subject Files - Miscellaneous
7 63-66 Research Notes and Subject Files - National Health Insurance
7 67 Research Notes and Subject Files - Occupation Census, 1926
7 68 Research Notes and Subject Files - Political Parties, Cumann nan Gael, United Ireland Party, A.C.A.-Blue Shirts
7 69 Research Notes and Subject Files - Political Parties, Fianna Fail, Cumann nan Gael, Pine Zael, U.I.P., IRA, Labor Party, Unionist, 1932-1933
7 70 Research Notes and Subject Files - Political Parties, Fianna Fail
7 71 Research Notes and Subject Files - Political Parties, IRA
7 72 Research Notes and Subject Files - Political Parties, National Center Party
7 73 Research Notes and Subject Files - Political Parties, National Center Party
7 74-75 Research Notes and Subject Files - Protestant Ascendancy
8 76 Research Notes and Subject Files - Protestant Ascendancy
8 77 Research Notes and Subject Files - Protestant Church
8 78 Research Notes and Subject Files - Protestant Church, Clippings
8 79 Research Notes and Subject Files - South Tipperary Study
8 80 Research Notes and Subject Files - Tinkers
8 81-89 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Courts, Sept. 1932-May 1933
9 90-97 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Courts, June 1933-May 1934
9 98-101 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Courts, Ennis, Sept. 1932-May 1934
10 102-109 102-109 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Distributive, Oct. 1932-Feb. 1933
11 110-117 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Distributive, Mar. 1933-Sept. 1933
12 118-121 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Distributive, Oct. 1933-May 1934
12 122-127 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Ennis, Sept. 1932 -May 1933
13 128-135 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Ennis, June 1933-May 1934
13 136 Source Materials - Clippings, Miscellaneous, 1932-1937
13 137-140 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, National, Jan. 1933-Aug. 1933
14 141-144 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, National, Sept. 1933-Dec. 1933
14 145 Source Materials - Clippings, Personal, 1936
14 146-150 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Political, County Clare, Sept. 1932-Jan. 1933
15 151-156 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Political, County Clare, Feb. 1933-July 1933
16 157-161 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Political, County Clare, Aug. 1933-Jan. 1934
17 162-165 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Political, County Clare, Feb. 1934-May 1934
17 166-170 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Political, Dublin, Jan. 1933-May 1933
17 171-176 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Religion, Education, Culture, Sept. 1932-May 1933
18 177-184 Source Materials - Clippings and Notes, Religion, Education, Culture, June 1933-May 1934
18 185 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1926, Preliminary Report
18 186 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1926, Volume II
18 187 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1926, Volume III
18 188 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1926, Volume IV
19 189 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1926, Volume VI
19 190 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1926, Volume VII
19 191 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1926, Volume VIII
19 192 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1926, Volume IX
19 193 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1927
19 194 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1930-1931
19 195 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1932-1933
19 196 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1936, Preliminary Report
19 197 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1936, Volume I
19 198 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Census of Population, 1936, Volume V Part I
19 199 Writings - "A Study of Irish Social Structures with Particular Reference to the Function and Utilization of Land," 1935
19 200 Writings -Thesis, Arensberg "A Study of Rural Life in Ireland as Determined by the Functions and Morphology of the Family"
19 201 Writings - Thesis, Kimball "The Tradesman and His Family in the Economic Structure of an Irish Country Town," 1936
20 202-203 Writings - Manuscript
20 204-205 Writings - Manuscript, "Family and Community in Ireland," 1939 and Publishing Contract
20 203-207 Writings - Printer's Proofs, "Family and Community in Ireland"

Series 2: Later Irish-related Materials, 1929-1981, bulk 1966-1968

Contains materials related to a return visit by Kimball to County Clare, Ireland, in 1968. Includes correspondence, interviews, research notes, newspaper clippings, travel notes, maps and guides. Some newspapers, articles and pamphlets were sent to Kimball over the years from friends and colleagues in Ireland. Also contains manuscripts for the second edition of his Irish book, including a rough annotated typed copy and an annotated typeset copy.
The series is arranged alphabetically by type of material.

Box Folder
21 208 Correspondence, A-Z, 1968, 1976,
21 209 Interviews, July 1968-Aug. 1968
21 210 Miscellaneous
21 211 Research Notes
21 212 Source Materials - Articles, 1929, 1939, 1963, 1976
21 213 Source Materials - Clippings, July 1968
21 214 Source Materials - Clippings, Aug. 1968-Dec. 1976
21 215 Source Materials - Miscellaneous
21 216 Source Materials - Printed Books and Pamphlets, 1961-1964
21 217 Source Materials - Printed Books and Pamphlets, 1968, 1974
21 218 Travel Materials - Itinerary and Receipts, July 1968-Aug. 1968
21 219 Travel Materials - Maps and Guides, July 1968
22 220-223 Writings - Manuscript, 2nd ed. Irish book, 1966
22 224-226 Writings - Manuscript, 2nd ed. Irish book, 1967
22 227-229 Writings - Manuscript, 2nd ed. Irish book, 1967

Series 3: Kimball Navajo Files, 1924-1968, bulk 1936-1949

Contains materials from Kimball's years in the Southwest working on the Navajo Reservation. Includes correspondence and memoranda, interviews, research notes and subject files, newspaper clippings, printed books and pamphlets, reports, speeches and writings. Correspondence and memoranda includes officials from the Office of Indian Affairs, such as Commissioner John Collier, Superintendent E.R. Fryer and Supervisor John H. Provinse. Subject files, created by Kimball, contain materials regarding agriculture, land management, soil conservation, and Indian-government relations.
The series is organized alphabetically according to type of material, then by subject matter and/or date.

Box Folder
24 230 Correspondence and Memoranda, A-Z, 1936-1949
24 231 Interviews
24 232 Research Notes and Subject Files - Bibliographies
24 233 Research Notes and Subject Files - Economy and Environment
24 234 Research Notes and Subject Files - Family, 1932
24 235 Research Notes and Subject Files - Field Notes
24 236 Research Notes and Subject Files - Food Study
24 237 Research Notes and Subject Files - Government Relations
24 238 Research Notes and Subject Files - Grey Eyes
25 239-240 Research Notes and Subject Files - History and Social Groups
25 241 Research Notes and Subject Files - Ideology
25 242 Research Notes and Subject Files - Land Management
25 243 Research Notes and Subject Files - Miscellaneous
25 244 Research Notes and Subject Files - Navajo-Cornell Health Project, 1956-1960
25 245 Research Notes and Subject Files - Nazlini Valley, Mar-Apr 1937
25 246 Research Notes and Subject Files - Red Lake (Big Belly's Camp)
25 247 Research Notes and Subject Files - Social Anthropology, Provinse and Ozler
25 248 Research Notes and Subject Files - Soil Conservation
25 249 Research Notes and Subject Files - Trading
26 250 Research Notes and Subject Files - Witchcraft at Pinon, Jan.-Feb. 1940
26 251 Research Notes and Subject Files - Yaquis, Modern Indians, 1938
26 252 Source Materials - Clippings, 1937-1952
26 253 Source Materials - Maps
26 254 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1924
26 255 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1935
26 256 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1938
26 257 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1939
26 258 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1940
26 259 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1942
26 260 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1944-1946
26 261 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1957-1963
26 262 Source Materials - Printed Materials, Navajo Times Centennial Edition, and 1968 July 4, 1968
27 263 Source Materials - Reports, "Land Management Unit 5 - Tolani Lakes, Report of Human Surveys," 1937-1938
27 264 Source Materials - Reports, "Make-up of Consumption Groups, Navajo Reservation, L.M.U. 1-18"
27 265 Source Materials - Reports, "The Navajo" David F. Aberle, 1959
27 266 Source Materials - Reports, Navajo Case Study, "An Attempt To Unionize a Semi-literate Group," 1952+
27 267 Source Materials - Reports, "The Navajo: Problem and Plan," 1947
27 268 Source Materials - Reports, "Navajo Reservation, Survey Procedure - Land Management Districts"
27 269 Source Materials - Navajo Tribal Council - Proceedings, 1947
27 270 Source Materials - Reports, "Statistical Supplement, LaJoya Grant"
27 271 Speeches, 1936-1939
27 272 Writings, "Future Problems in Navajo Administration" Reprint, Summer 1950
27 273 Writings, "The Importance of the Southwest Region for an Organized Program of Sociological Research"
27 274-275 Writings, Kansas Indians, 1937
27 276 Writings, MUD!

Series 4: Personal and Professional Files, 1902-1977, bulk 1935-1952

Includes applications, correspondence, programs and conferences, research notes and subject files, newspaper clippings and writings, mainly regarding Kimball's professional career. Correspondence includes numerous acquaintances and colleagues, including W. Lloyd Warner, Kimball's Harvard professor and mentor, Eshref Shevky, Acting Chief, Sociological Survey of the Navajo District, and hometown friend John Bird.
The series is arranged alphabetically by type of material. The correspondence grouping is arranged alphabetically by name.

Box Folder
28 277 Applications and Awards, 1937-1938
28 278 Correspondence, A-D
28 279 Correspondence, E-I
28 280 Correspondence, K-M
28 281 Correspondence, N-R
28 282 Correspondence, S-V
28 283 Correspondence, Warner, Lloyd, 1935-1939
28 284 Correspondence, W-Z
28 285 Programs and Conferences, 1940, 1949
28 286 Research Notes and Subject Files - Crisis in Colonial Administration
28 287 Research Notes and Subject Files - Miscellaneous
28 288 Source Materials - Clippings, 1945-1946, 1950
28 289 Source Materials - Printed Materials, 1940, 1952
28 290 Source Materials - Writings and Lectures, Mannheim, K., "Rational and Irrational Elements in Contemporary Society"
28 291 Source Materials - Writings and Lectures, Simmel, Dr. Georg, "The Number of Members as Determining the Sociological Form of the Group," July 1902
28 292 Source Materials - Writings and Lectures, Werner, Oswald, "Pragmatics and Ethnoscience"
28 293 Writings - Prospectus, January 1943

Series 5: Photographs 1931-1968, bulk 1931-1934, 1968

Contains photographs mainly from the Southwest Indian Reservations, including Arizona Navajo and Colorado Zuni, and Ireland. Photos include towns, landscapes, buildings and people of the regions. Photos are mainly black and white in various sizes; a few are color and a few are matted.
The series is alphabetically arranged by location and subject matter, followed by negatives and personal photographs.

Box Folder
29 294-295 Arizona - Navajo
29 296 Colorado - Zuni, 1931
29 297 Florida - University of Florida, Gainesville, (see also "Negatives" folder) 1968,
29 297 Ireland - Antiquities
29 299 Ireland - Ballyvaughn
29 300 Ireland - Coolreagh
29 301 Ireland - East Clare, 1968
29 302 Ireland - Ennis, (see also "Negatives" folder)
29 303 Ireland - Inagh
29 304 Ireland - Kilrush
29 305 Ireland - Kildysert
29 306-308 Ireland - Miscellaneous
29 309 Ireland - O'Loglen Farm
29 310 Ireland - Quin
29 311 Ireland - Shannon
29 312 Ireland - Six Mile Bridge
29 313 Ireland - Tubber
29 314 Ireland - West Clare
29 315 New Mexico - Navajo
29 316 Northern Ireland - Crumlin
29 317 Negatives - Ireland and University of Florida
29 318 Personal

Related Material

Appendix : Published materials removed from the Kimball collection

Materials relating to Indian affairs that are not already part of the library print collections have been added and will be individually cataloged.

Beatty, Willard W., ed. Indians Yesterday and Today, Education Division, U.S. Office of Indian Affairs, 1941.
Certain Aspects of Land Problems and Government Land Policies, Part VII of the Supplementary Report of the Land Planning Committee to the National Resources Board, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., 1935.
Deutsch, Karl W. "Mechanism, Teleology and Mind," Reprinted from Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. XII, No. 2, December, 1951, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Humanities, Cambridge.
Embree, Edwin E. Living Together, The Institute for Psychoanalysis, Chicago, May, 1941.
Frank, Lawrence K. "World Order and Cultural Diversity," Reprinted from Free World, Vol. III, No. 1 (June 1942): 1-4.
The Future of the Great Plains, Report of the Great Plains Committee, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., 1936.
General Statement of Conditions in the Navajo Area, Department of the Interior, U.S. Indian Service, Navajo Agency, Window Rock, Arizona, 1941.
Group Action in Soil Conservation Upper Mississippi Valley Region III, USDA Soil Conservation Service, Milwaukee, WI, March, 1947.
Hill, W.W. "The Navajo Salt Gathering," and Kirk Bryan and Arthur Butler. "Artifacts Made of the Glassy Andesite of San Antonio Mountain, Rio Arriba County, N.M.," The University of New Mexico Bulletin, University of New Mexico Press, No. 349, 1940.
Honigshein, Paul. "The Philosophical Background of European Anthropology," Reprinted from American Anthropologist, Vol. 44, No. 3, July-September, 1942.
Indians at Work, Office of Indian Affairs, Vol. IX, No. 2, October, 1941.
Lord, Russell, To Hold This Soil, Miscellaneous Publication No. 321, USDA, 1938.
Museum Notes, Museum of Northern Arizona, Northern Arizona, Society of Science and Art, Inc., Vol. 9, No. 11, May, 1937.
Navajo and Hopi Rehabilitation, Hearings before a Subcommittee on Indian Affairs of the Committee on Public Lands, U. S. Government Printing Office, Serial No. 10, April-May, 1949.
The New University of Ulster Prospectus 1969-70, Coleraine, Northern Ireland.
News Letter of the Institute Of Ethnic Affairs, Inc. Vol. I, No. 3, June 1946; No. 4, September 1946; No. 5, November 1946; No. 6, December 1946, Vol. II, No. 1, January 1947; No. 2, February 1947; No. 3, March 1947; No. 4, April 1947, No. 5, May 1947; No. 6, June-July 1947, No. 7, August-September 1947; No. 8, October 1947; No. 9, November 1947; No. 10, December 1947; Vol. 3, No. 3, April 1948.
Planning in Action on the Navajo-Hopi Indian Reservations - A Progress report on the Land and Its People, 81st Congress, Public Law 474, March, 1952.
Rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi, Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. Senate, U.S. Government Printing Office, March-April, 1948.
Report of the President of Harvard University to the Board of Overseers, 1940-1941, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1942.
Report on the Navajo Long-Range Program of Navajo Rehabilitation, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington D.C., March 1948.
Research - A National Resource, I. Relation to the Federal Government to Research, National Resources Committee, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., 1938.
Roethlisberger, F.J. and W.J. Dickson, Studies in Industrial Research: Technical vs. Social Organization in an Industrial Plant, Harvard University, October, 1934.
Sanchez, George I. The People - A Study of the Navajos, U.S. Indian Service, 1948.
Sociological Survey of the Navajo Reservation, Regional Bulletin No. 32, Conservation Economics Series No. 5, USDA Soil Conservation Service, Region 8, Albuquerque, New Mexico, May, 1936
Statistical Summary - Human Dependency Survey: Navajo Reservation 1940, Division of Socio-Economic Surveys, U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Navajo Reservation, October, 1941.
Technological Trends and National Policy, Including the Social Implications of New Inventions, National Resources Committee, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., 1937.
Tenth Annual Report, Institute of Public Administration, Dublin, 1967.
Urban Government, Volume 1 of the Supplementary Report of the Urbanism Committee to the Natural Resources Committee, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., 1939.
Waterford Congress, 1967, Irish Vocational Education Association.
Wedel, Waldo R. "Inaugurating an Archeological Survey in Kansas," Reprinted from Explorations and Field-Work of the Smithsonian Institution, 1937.
Welsh Folk Museum, St. Fagans, National Museum of Wales, 1976.
Whyte, John. Dail Deputies - Their Work, Its Difficulties, Possible Remedies, Quairim Pamphlets, 1965.

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