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Microform Collections: Anthropology


Anthropology

Description

This collection, started in the 1940s, reproduces copies of typewritten manuscripts in the University of Chicago library. Originally covering Meso-American cultures and American Indians, the collection later expanded to include cultural anthropology in general. Materials are primarily about the peoples of the Americas and include field notes, grammars and vocabularies, dictionaries, reports, social studies, texts, translations, etc. Series has three titles: Microfilm Collection of Manuscripts on Middle American Cultural Anthropology (UB Libraries owns No. 1-51; 1945-1956). Microfilm Collection of Manuscripts on American Indian Cultural Anthropology (UB Libraries owns No. 52-54; 1957- 1971) Microfilm Collection of Manuscripts on Cultural Anthropology (UB Libraries owns No. 95-98; 1971 in print at call number Oversize BF455 .M2 1971 no. 95-98.) Check the library catalog for location.


Location

The Microfilm Collection of Manuscripts on Middle American Cultural Anthropology and the Microfilm Collection of Manuscripts on American Indian Cultural Anthropology are available in at call number MicFilmF1434.C44. Check the library catalog for location.


Access

All titles are in the Libraries' Catalog. An online guide to the collection is available through the Center for Research Libraries. Additional items may be requested through Delivery+.

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Librarian

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Donald Hartman
Contact:
521 Lockwood Library, North Campus
(716) 645-7905