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The Papers of Charles Wellington Furlong in the Dartmouth College Library

WMSTStefansson Mss-197

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Furlong, Charles Wellington
Title Remainder: Papers. 1898-1966
Dates: 1898-1966
Identification: Mss-197
Location: Stefansson





CHRONOLOGY

1874 Born December 13, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the son of Atherton Bernard and Carletta Eleanor (Wellington) Furlong.
1895 Graduated from Massachusetts Normal Art School.
1896-1904 Instructor in drawing and painting at Cornell University.
1899 Married Eva C. Earl.
1904 Explored in North Africa; discovered the wreck of the U.S. frigate Philadelphia in Tripoli Harbor.
1907-1908 Explored in Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego.
1909 Gateway to the Sahara published.
1910-1911 Traveled extensively in South America, exploring in French Guiana, Surinam, and Venezuela.
1915 War correspondent in North Africa, after having sailed a schooner across the Atlantic from the United States to Africa.
1917-1919 Served in U.S. Army as intelligence officer and was an aide to President Wilson during the Paris Peace Conference.
1921 Let `Er Buck published.
1923-1924 Attended Army War College.
1925-1926 Served with Tacna-Arica Plebiscitary Commission settling boundary dispute between Peru and Chile.
1926 Hunted treasure in Sacambaya River area of Bolivia.
1929 Promoted to Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve.
1930 Explored East and Central Africa, recovering relics of Sir Henry M. Stanley.
1933 Married Edith Virginia Calista Spinney.
1943 Served in the Military Intelligence Division of the War Department as consultant on the Middle East.
1960 Furlong Collection acquired by the Stefansson Collection, Dartmouth College Library.
1962 Appointed Consultant to the Stefansson Collection.
1967 Died, October 9, in Hanover, New Hampshire.

INTRODUCTION

Charles Wellington Furlong was the first American and the second white man to explore the interior of Tierra del Fuego. In 1907-08, when Furlong made his first expedition in Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, he lived among the primitive tribes of Onas and Yahgans, the southernmost people of the world. These tribes have long since disintegrated and the Indians are now almost extinct; but Furlong observed much of their way of life, and in this collection he has left a record that can be found nowhere else. Material here about the Fuegian tribes includes phonograph records of speech and song, dermatoglyphs (handprints and footprints), notes, published works, correspondence, and hundreds of photographs, including negatives and lantern slides, which describe in detail the Indians and their society. The artifacts he collected can be found in many American museums.

The books that were an important part of Furlong's collection are now to be found both in the Stefansson Collection and the general collection of the college. Noteworthy are Thomas Bridges's Yamana-English Dictionary, a proof copy of E. Lucas Bridges's Uttermost Part of the Earth, and an almost complete collection of the South American Missionary Magazine. From the latter, Furlong extracted a thousand cards of notes, which are arranged by subject and are included here.

Furlong returned to South America several times, and this collection includes material about the Tehuelches of Patagonia, hunting treasure in Bolivia, the penal colony in French Guiana, and expeditions in Surinam and Venezuela, as well as photographs and notes from his travels in other South American countries. There are also a few photographs and papers from his explorations in Africa, which he first visited in 1904, and the Near East, where in 1954 he was honored by the Turkish government for long service in that area.

In addition to being an explorer and anthropologist, Furlong was a painter, teacher, writer, lecturer, and soldier. Although most of the papers relating to his personal life and writing are held by the University of Oregon, and most of those about his career as a soldier and diplomatic aide are in the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, there are some papers in this collection relating to almost every aspect of his life and careers. One of his interests, represented here by correspondence, notes, and publications, is the controversy over whether Frederick A. Cook or Robert E. Peary reached the North Pole. Furlong believed that Cook tried to take credit for the work done by Thomas Bridges in compiling his Yahgan-English dictionary, which Cook, returning from the Antarctic, carried to Europe. Consequently, Furlong was always a strong supporter of Peary's claim, and some interesting correspondence resulted.

Furlong and Vilhjalmur Stefansson began a long friendship in 1908, when they both became members of the Explorers Club. Stefansson was, of course, interested in Furlong's work in the Sub-Antarctic, and in 1960 the Fuegian collection became a part of the Stefansson Collection in the Dartmouth College Library through the gift of William E. Clark. Clark's support also allowed Furlong to devote his time to arranging and annotating his photographs, and in 1962 Furlong was appointed Consultant to the Stefansson Collection.

This collection of Furlong's papers, not including the books, occupies forty-eight boxes, about forty linear feet. There are no restrictions on its use.






BOX I.

Correspondence



FOLDER : 1.

A.



FOLDER : 2.

American Anthropologist, 1964-1965



FOLDER : 3.

American Geographical Society, 1915-1957



FOLDER : 4.

American Museum of Natural History, 1909-1964



FOLDER : 5.

Archives of Folk and Primitive Music, Indiana University: George List, 1963-1967; Judith McCulloh, 1964-1965.



FOLDER : 6.

B.



Bailey, L. H. See: Cook-Peary Controversy.



FOLDER : 7.

Barclay, William S., 1937-1947. (See also: Cook-Peary Controversy.)



FOLDER : 8.

Booksellers, 1909-1964.



Bowman, Isaiah. See: American Geographical Society.



FOLDER : 9.

Braun-Menendez Family, 1906-1964.



FOLDER : 10.

Bridges, E. Lucas, 1907-1949. (See also: DeMarbois, John M.).



FOLDER : 11.

Bridges, Jannette, 1938-1965 and undated.



FOLDER : 12.

Bridges Family, 1908-1964.



Burgess, Rosamund. See: Oversize Material, Box XLVIII, Folder 1.



FOLDER : 13.

Byrd, Richard E. and Marie A., 1928-1936.



FOLDER : 14.

C.



FOLDER : 15.

Charcot, Jean-Baptiste, 1910-1912. Includes letters to Charcot's widow and others about Charcot, 1937



FOLDER : 16.

Columbia University, Cantometrics Research Project: Alan Lomax, 1964.



FOLDER : 17.

Cook-Peary Controversy, 1909-1964.



FOLDER : 18.

Coon, Carleton S., 1962-1965.



FOLDER : 19.

Cooper, John M., 1914-1933.



FOLDER : 20.

Cornell University, 1908-1927. Letters, mostly from W. W. Rowlee, about Furlong's collections of plants from Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, and Africa.



FOLDER : 21.

Crowell-Collier Educational Corporation (Collier's Encyclopedia), 1963-1965.



FOLDER : 22.

D.



FOLDER : 23.

De Marbois, John M., 1962-1967.



FOLDER : 24.

Donath, Pablo, 1964-1965. Includes correspondence with Luis Garibaldi Honte.



FOLDER : 25.

E.



FOLDER : 26.

Explorers Club, 1962. (See also: Cook-Peary Controversy for correspondence of Charles H. Townsend and others.)



FOLDER : 27.

F.



FOLDER : 28.

Furlong, Eva (Mrs. Charles W.), 1910.



FOLDER : 29.

G.



Garibaldi (Luis Garibaldi Honte). See: Donath, Pablo.



FOLDER : 30.

W. R. Grace and Company, 1907-1964.



FOLDER : 31.

Gusinde, Martin, 1924-1963.



FOLDER : 32.

H.



FOLDER : 33.

Harper and Brothers, 1907-1908, 1948.



FOLDER : 34.

Herzog, George, 1932-1933.



FOLDER : 35.

Heye Foundation, Museum of the American Indian, 1914-1964.



Hobbs, William H. See: Cook-Peary Controversy.



FOLDER : 36.

Hornbostel, Erich von, 1910-1935.



FOLDER : 37.

I.



FOLDER : 38.

Institute of Ethnomusicology, U.C.L.A.: Charles Seeger and Ann Briegleb, 1961-1966; Same Hileman, 1964.



FOLDER : 39.

J.



FOLDER : 40.

K.



FOLDER : 41.

Kent, Rockwell, 1922.



FOLDER : 42.

L.



FOLDER : 43.

Library of Congress, 1943-1964.



FOLDER : 44.

M.



FOLDER : 45.

MacMillan, Donald B., 1916, 1932, 1964. (See also: Cook-Peary Controversy).



FOLDER : 46.

Miller, E. Jack, 1963-1967. Includes letters from Sandra Miller and Mrs. A. A. Petellin and a newspaper clipping.



Music. See: American Anthropologist (Leslie Spier);



Archives of Folk and Primitive Music;



Columbia University;



Herzog, George;



Hornbostel, Erich von;



Institute of Ethnomusicology;



Library of Congress;



Wesleyan University.



FOLDER : 47.

Music: miscellaneous, 1908-1966.



FOLDER : 48.

Music: other publishers, 1963



FOLDER : 49.

N.



FOLDER : 50.

National Geographic Society, 1943-1948.



New York Times. See: Cook-Peary Controversy.



FOLDER : 51.

O.



FOLDER : 52.

P.



FOLDER : 53.

Peabody Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, 1915-1962.



Peary, Marie. See: Stafford, Mrs. Edward; and Cook-Peary Controversy.



Peary, Robert E. See: Cook-Peary Controversy.



FOLDER : 54.

Prichard, Hesketh, 1907. Answers to Furlong's questions about preparing for expedition to Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego.



FOLDER : 55.

R.



FOLDER : 56.

Royal Geographical Society, 1931-1965.



FOLDER : 57.

S.



FOLDER : 58.

Sanders, Edgar and Elfrida (Sacambaya Exploration Company), 1926-1930.



FOLDER : 59.

Smithsonian Institution, 1907-1966.



FOLDER : 60.

South American Missionary Society, 1909, 1966-1967.



FOLDER : 61.

Stafford, Mrs. Edward. (See also: Cook-Peary Controversy.)



FOLDER : 62.

Stefansson, Evelyn, 1962.



Streeter, Daniel B. See: Cook-Peary Controversy.



FOLDER : 63.

T.



FOLDER : 64.

Time, Inc., 1960-1965



FOLDER : 65.

Tschiffely, A. F. and Violet, 1946-1954.



FOLDER : 66.

U.



United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. See: Cook-Peary Controversy.



FOLDER : 67.

V.



Van Altena, Edward. See: Cook-Peary Controversy.



BOX II.

FOLDER : 1.

W.



FOLDER : 2.

Wesleyan University, Laboratory of Ethnomusicology, David P. McAllester, 1965-1966.



Weyer, Edward M. Jr. See: Cook-Peary Controversy.



FOLDER : 3.

Williams, Bertram W., 1924-1961.



FOLDER : 4.

Z.



FOLDER : 5.

Unidentified, 1908-1965



Biographical and Miscellaneous Papers



FOLDER : 6.

“Biographical Sketch of Col. Charles Wellington Furlong,” including bibliography, probably written by Furlong and revised by him, 1960. Includes sketch from Who's Who.



FOLDER : 7.

Quotation from a letter, 1964, of Furlong about the early Furlong family. Photocopy from Dulany-Furlong and Kindred Families by Roland Dulany Furlong, 1975.



FOLDER : 8.

Articles about Atherton Furlong, father of Charles W., from periodicals, 1953 and 1981.



FOLDER : 9.

Programs: Pan American Commercial Conference, 1911; Nineteenth International Congress of Americanists, 1915; and Second Pan American Scientific Conference, 1915-1916.



FOLDER : 10.

Peary Memorial Dedication, Furlong's guest and automobile passes, Arlington National Cemetery, April 6, 1922.



FOLDER : 11.

Boston University Summer Session, 1941. Notes and lists of students for “South America and Its Peoples,” taught by Furlong.



FOLDER : 12.

Citation from the Rice Foundation Society, April 20, 1944.



FOLDER : 13.

Certificate awarding the CHAOS Order of the Purple Lanyard to Paul Revere, with a typed copy of the order of procedure of the ceremony, conducted by Furlong, and a press clipping describing the event, October 21-22, 1959. Includes Furlong's membership card in The Tall Story Club, no date.



FOLDER : 14.

Program for the 58th Annual Dinner of the Explorers Club, 1962, containing a reproduction of a Furlong painting.



FOLDER : 15.

War plans notes, no date.



FOLDER : 16.

Music: miscellaneous notes, including typed excerpts from C. M. Bowra's Primitive Song and a typed copy of a review of E. M. von Hornbostel's Demonstration Collection.



FOLDER : 17.

Miscellaneous papers: bank statement, 1932; calling card; and a note apparently written by Virginia S. Furlong.



FOLDER : 18.

Obituaries, photocopies from The New York Times, October 11, 1967, and Explorers Journal, December, 1967.



FOLDER : 19.

Newspaper clippings about Furlong and his work, 1907-1909.



FOLDER : 20.

Newspaper clippings about Furlong and his work, 1911-1919.



FOLDER : 21.

Newspaper clippings about Furlong and his work, 1920-1929. (See also: Box XLIV, Oversize Material.)



FOLDER : 22.

Newspaper clippings about Furlong and his work, 1932-1941.



FOLDER : 23.

Newspaper clippings about Furlong and his work, 1950-1959.



FOLDER : 24.

Newspaper clippings about Furlong and his work, 1960-1962.



FOLDER : 25.

Newspaper clippings about Furlong and his work, undated.



FOLDER : 26.

Cook-Peary Controversy, newspaper clippings.



FOLDER : 27.

Antarctic: newspaper clippings; three maps; and a note by Furlong.



FOLDER : 28.

Arctic, newspaper clippings.



FOLDER : 29.

Africa: American Museum of Natural History press bulletin about exhibition of Stanley (Henry M.) relics lent to the museum by Furlong, March 31, 1932.



FOLDER : 30.

Furlong Collections: lists of items in various collections of Indian (Ona, Yahgan, Tehuelche, and Araucanian) artifacts and natural history specimens. Includes sample labels from plant collections and National Union Catalog listings of two manuscript collections.



FOLDER : 31.

Furlong Collections: “Brief Notes on the Furlong Collections,” reprinted from the American Anthropologist, April, 1965, and reprinted in Explorers Journal, June, 1966.



FOLDER : 32.

Furlong Collections: list of a collection of Furlong material, mostly on Africa and Asia, offered for sale to the Dartmouth College Library by a dealer. Includes a cover letter, July 23, 1979. Photocopies.



FOLDER : 33.

Furlong Collections: Dartmouth College News Service press release about the acquisition of Furlong Collection, September 26, 1961, and The Dartmouth, September 28, 1961.



FOLDER : 34.

Furlong Collections: “The Uttermost Part of the Earth re the Charles Wellington Furlong Collection,” reprinted from Polar Notes, November, 1961, and reprinted in Explorers Journal, December, 1962.



FOLDER : 35.

Furlong Collections: Dartmouth College Library, correspondence and memos, 1960-1966. (See also: the collection of Stefansson Correspondence in the Dartmouth College Library.)



Furlong in South America (See also: Box XLIV, Oversize material.)



Argentina



FOLDER : 36.

Miscellaneous notes



Argentina-Chile



FOLDER : 37.

Maps and elevations of trans-Andes railroad, including a map and elevation drawn by Furlong.



Bolivia



FOLDER : 38.

Receipted hotel bills, 1926.



FOLDER : 39.

Sacambaya Exploration Company: Prospectus and applications for purchasing shares, 1927.



FOLDER : 40.

The Sacambaya Exploration Company Limited (In Formation), 1927, apparently written by Edgar Sanders. Two incomplete copies and some loose pages. These were cut up by Furlong, who used sections in his notes for “Treasure Hunt.”



FOLDER : 41.

The Story of the Jesuit Gold Mines in Bolivia and of the Treasure Hidden by the Sacambaya River by Edgar Sanders, ca. 1928.



FOLDER : 42.

“Sacambaya's Sensational Rise and Fall,” from The South Pacific Mail, Valparaiso and Santiago, March 28, 1929.



FOLDER : 43.

Sacambaya Exploration Company. Maps: One showing part of Bolivia where Furlong travelled to mining site, with attached note by Furlong; and two sketch maps.



Chile



FOLDER : 44.

Log of cruise from Punta Arenas to Coronel, March 27-April 4, no year, on W. R. Grace and Co. stationary, with some errors in latitudes logged.



FOLDER : 45.

Map of Punta Arenas.



French Guiana



FOLDER : 46.

Prisoner identification forms: one blank and two completed, apparently from prison records, ca. 1908.



FOLDER : 47.

Miscellaneous notes, ca. 1910 and 1964, including pages of typescript for a book or article.



Patagonia



FOLDER : 48.

Broadside decree regulating the possession of land in the Lago Argentino region, October 28, 1907. Text in Spanish. On reverse is a holograph description of a four-league plot and the name Guillermo Dickey.



FOLDER : 49.

Excerpts from books, typed copies.



FOLDER : 50.

Field notes, typed copies.



FOLDER : 51.

Map of Furlong's route in 1908. (See also: Box XLIV, Oversize Material.)



FOLDER : 52.

Miscellaneous notes.



FOLDER : 53.

Tehuelche Indian: detailed description of a man in prison in Ushuaia, on a prison form, text in Spanish, 1907. (See also: photographs, Furlong numbers, 473, 474, and 475, and footprints.)



Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego



FOLDER : 54.

Bills and receipts, expedition of 1907-1908.



FOLDER : 55.

Contract between Furlong and Harper Brothers for expedition of 1907-1908, March 4, 1907. Unsigned carbon copy. Includes memorandum of agreement.



FOLDER : 56.

Diary. Small pocket diary with scattered entries for February 15, 1907 - February 6, 1908.



FOLDER : 57.

Diary. Typed segments with holograph revisions and additions: December 12-17, 1907; January 6-17, 1908; February 14-18, 1908; and February 21-28, 1908.



FOLDER : 58.

Field notebooks, Tierra del Fuego. Five small notebooks, numbered 1-5. Part of number 4 is a diary for January 6-16, 1908.



FOLDER : 59.

Field notebooks, Patagonia. Five small notebooks, numbered 6-10. Numbers 7 and 9 are a diary for February 21 - April 2, 1908.



FOLDER : 60.

Reference booklets (2) of articles, notes, advertisements, and product descriptions, paperbound and hand-sewn, for use on expedition of 1907-1098.



FOLDER : 61.

Maps: copies of maps drawn by Furlong, some showing settlements and territories of Indians and one showing sites of shipwrecks. (See also: Box XLIV, Oversize Material.)



South America



FOLDER : 62.

Bibliography: notes, lists, and publishers' ads.



FOLDER : 63.

Bills and receipts for South American trip of 1910. Includes insurance permit to travel without additional premium.



FOLDER : 64.

Diary, February 21 - June 28, 1910, describing cruise to South America and trips into several countries.



FOLDER : 65.

Excerpts from an interview with Furlong, Boston Sunday Post, July 10, 1927.



FOLDER : 66.

Guest passes and invitations, 1907-1926.



BOX III.

FOLDER : 1.

Letters of introduction, 1907-1926.



FOLDER : 2.

Personal and business cards, some with notes of introduction, ca. 1907-1911.



FOLDER : 3.

Maps of Peru (3 historical) and Bolivia used by Furlong when a member of the Tacna-Arica Plebiscitary Commission, 1925-1926.



FOLDER : 4.

Notebook, titled “South America, Brazil, S.S. Bluecher,” ca. 1910. Includes another notebook, listing and numbering 1417 photographs, ca. 1910-1911.



FOLDER : 5.

Notebook, titled “Brazil and a Few Items on Other Countries.” Notes on a cruise, ca. 1926.



FOLDER : 6.

Passenger list of the Bleucher, on cruise from New York to South America, 1910, with added notes on passengers by Furlong.



FOLDER : 7.

Souvenirs of the voyage of the United States Atlantic Fleet around the world, 1907-1909. (Furlong met the fleet in Punta Arenas.) Includes a list of Furlong's friends on the Vermont and a booklet welcoming the British Atlantic Fleet to Montevideo in 1908.



FOLDER : 8.

Indians: An Inu (?) Poem.



FOLDER : 9.

Miscellaneous notes, including a short list of Indian tribes.



FOLDER : 10.

Miscellaneous maps: Panama Canal, Southern South America, Surinam, and Venezuela.



Surinam



FOLDER : 11.

Maps. Includes sketch map by Furlong, ca. 1910, and maps of mining areas with blue prints of mining machinery.



FOLDER : 12.

Notes, mostly on the Bosch, Bush Negroes. Some of these are lecture notes; some appear to have been for an article on Surinam.



FOLDER : 13.

Notes, mostly on Carib Indians.



Tierra del Fuego



FOLDER : 14.

Charts of mining (?) claims, 1906-1907.



FOLDER : 15.

Excerpts from books, mostly typed copies.



FOLDER : 16.

Excerpt from journal of Mrs. Sarah A. Hunt. medical missionary to the Fuegian Indians, 1885-1898, ca. 1885. Source (?): Mrs. Harriet Hemmings Hunt, 33 Regent Square, London, W.C., ca. 1913. Holograph and typed copies.



FOLDER : 17.

Field notes, typed copies.



FOLDER : 18.

Gun permit for Magallanes, Chile, December 2, 1907.



FOLDER : 19.

Indians. Miscellaneous notes.



FOLDER : 20.

Indians. Notes on a conversation, mostly about Onas, between Furlong and E. Lucas Bridges, London, October 13, 1932.



FOLDER : 21.

Indians. Alaculoofs, miscellaneous notes.



FOLDER : 22.

Indians. Haush, field notes, typed copies



FOLDER : 23.

Indians. Onas, charts (2) illustrating Ona method of hunting guanacos by driving them to hidden bowmen. Drawn by Furlong, 1912.



FOLDER : 24.

Indians. Onas, field notes, typed copies.



FOLDER : 25.

Indians. Onas, miscellaneous notes.



FOLDER : 26.

Indians. Yahgans, field notes, typed copies.



FOLDER : 27.

Indians. Yahgans, miscellaneous notes.



FOLDER : 28.

Indians. Yahgans, notes for three lectures, typed copies.



FOLDER : 29.

Indians. Yahgans, “Old Julie, the Last Yahgan,” note for photograph collection, ca. 1964. Includes newspaper clipping, 1955, and picture from Life, ca. 1958.



FOLDER : 30.

Miscellaneous notes.



FOLDER : 31.

Sociedad Explotadora de Tierra del Fuego, annual report, Valparaiso, June 30, 1909. Text in Spanish.



FOLDER : 32.

Weather data: New Year Island, 1909; Punta Arenas, 1910.



Venezuela



FOLDER : 33.

Miscellaneous notes, including four sketch maps, a sketch of an Indian “arekuna,” and a copy of a letter of recommendation for a vaqueano by Furlong, 1910.



Works by C. W. Furlong



FOLDER : 34.

“The Alaculufs and Yahgans, the World's Southernmost Inhabitants,” two typescripts with corresctions. Includes typescript of an abstract with corrections.



FOLDER : 35.

“The Alaculufs and Yahgans, the World's Southernmost Inhabitants,” extract from the Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Congress of Americanists, Washington, December, 1915. Includes 1917 abstract.



FOLDER : 36.

“Amid the Islands of the Land of Fire,” from Harper's Monthly Magazine, February, 1909.



FOLDER : 37.

“Among the Eskimos of the South,” from the Boston Evening Transcript, January 15, 1916.



FOLDER : 38.

Annotation to Thomas Bridges' Yamana-English. Typescript.



FOLDER : 39.

“Brief Notes on the Furlong Collections,” in American Anthropologist, April, 1965



FOLDER : 40.

“A Cape Horn Adventure,” carbon copy of a typescript.



FOLDER : 41.

“Colonel C. W. Furlong Decries Spoilage of Countryside,” from South Shore Mirror, July 7, 1955



FOLDER : 42.

“Cruising with the Yahgans,” from The Outing Magazine, April, 1911



FOLDER : 43.

Descriptions of ports of call, articles in Cunard White Star Cruise News. Bulletins on board M.V. Britannic, January 28 - March 11, 1950, during a cruise to the Mediterranean. Furlong is listed as lecturer in the first bulletin.



FOLDER : 44.

“`Devil's Island' Horrors First Revealed by New Englander,” letter to the editor, from The Boston Herald, January 28, 1934. Includes typescript, January 22, 1934.



FOLDER : 45.

Drawings. Miscellaneous sketches, including printed drawing used as an illustration for “The Greek Sponge-Divers of Tripoli.”



FOLDER : 46.

Dresden May Give the British and Japanese Fleets Much Trouble Yet,” from The Boston Herald, December 15, 1914.



FOLDER : 47.

“Ends of the Earth Brought into the News by German Naval Defeat,” (New York Herald, December 13, 1914). Typescript and carbon copy with notes and corrections.



FOLDER : 48.

“The Eskimos of the South,” in Radiation, September, 1911. Includes incomplete carbon copy of the typescript.



FOLDER : 49.

“Exploration in Tierra del Fuego and the Fuegian Archipelago,” three typescripts, one incomplete and one with corrections and revisions.



FOLDER : 50.

“Exploration in Tierra del Fuego and the Fuegian Archipelago,” reprinted from The Geographical Journal, March, 1933. Inscribed by Furlong to Vilhjalmur Stefansson, June 20, 1938.



FOLDER : 51.

“Finding the Frigate Philadelphia,” six-page fragment from Harper's Magazine, June, 1905.



FOLDER : 52.

“Forgotten People of the World's End,” in World Youth, October 22, 1938.



FOLDER : 53.

“The French Conquest of Morocco,” twelve-page fragment from The World's Work, October, 1911.



FOLDER : 54.

“From Robinson Crusoe to the Dresden,” mutilated clipping from the Boston Evening Transcript, ca. 1915.



FOLDER : 55.

“Fuegian Linguistics,” typescript, ca. 1967. Includes letter of rejection from Language, February 18, 1967.



FOLDER : 56.

“The Furlong Fuegian and Patagonian Expeditions, 1907-8,” in Explorers Journal, December, 1958. Inscribed by Furlong to Vilhjalmur Stefansson, September 6, 1959. Includes carbon copy of typescript with corrections and additions.



FOLDER : 57.

The Gateway to the Sahara. Reviews from New York Daily Tribune, October 24, 1909, and the Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, September, 1915; and publisher's (Charles Scribner's Sons) advertisements.



FOLDER : 58.

“The Greek Sponge-Divers of Tripoli,” from Harper's Monthly Magazine, July, 1905.



FOLDER : 59.

“Has Mystery of `John Orth' Been Solved?” from The Sunday Herald, Boston, April 13, 1924.



FOLDER : 60.

“The Haush and Onas, Primitive Tribes of Tierra del Fuego,” from Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Congress of Americanists, Washington, December, 1915., 1917. Inscribed by Furlong to Vilhjalmur Stefansson, March 31, 1942.



BOX IV.

Works of C. W. Furlong (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

“Impresiones de Viaje, A Traves de los Llanos,” in El Tiempo (Caracas), June 25, 1910. Text in Spanish.



FOLDER : 2.

Interviews: “Across Tierra del Fuego,” with H. Harvey-Day, with a cover letter, 1932; and “The Natives of Tierra del Fuego and the Bridges Family,” with Vilhjalmur Stefansson, 1959, holograph and typed copies taken from original tape by W. E. Curtis, Jr., 1965.



FOLDER : 3.

“Into the Unknown Land of the Onas,” from Harper's Monthly Magazine, August, 1909.



FOLDER : 4.

“The Land of Southernmost Man,” carbon copy of a typescript, with corrections. No date.



FOLDER : 5.

Lectures. Press releases, notices, etc., 1915-1966.



FOLDER : 6.

Lectures. Notes.



FOLDER : 7.

Let 'Er Buck, A Story of the Passing of the Old West. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, (1921), Fourth Edition, 1927.



FOLDER : 8.

Let 'Er Buck. Review from New York Times Book Review and Magazine, June 26, 1921.



FOLDER : 9.

“The Life History of the Toad,” by S. H. Gage. Illustrated with drawings by Furlong. Teacher's Leaflets, No. 9, Cornell University, [UNK] [UNK]



FOLDER : 10.

“Living Men of 2,000,000 Years Ago,” from the Boston Evening Transcript, ca. January, 1916.



FOLDER : 11.

“Lucas Bridges,” obituary in The Geographical Journal, December, 1949. Includes carbon copy of a typescript.



FOLDER : 12.

“The Lure of the Antarctic,” from Harper's Weekly, ca. 1910.



FOLDER : 13.

“Lure of the Unknown Calls Men to the Poles,” from the Boston Sunday Advertiser, May 31, 1925.



FOLDER : 14.

“The Men behind the French Guns” and “Turcos and the Legion,” from The World's Work, November, 1914.



FOLDER : 15.

“The Most Daring Act,” from Blue Book, March, 1941.



FOLDER : 16.

“The Mystery Archipelago,” from The Daily Express, London, December, 1932-January, 1933.



FOLDER : 17.

“The Nations' Struggle at the World's End,” sheet proof of an article which was syndicated and published in a number of American newspapers, 1938.



FOLDER : 18.

“The Nations' Struggle at the World's End,” typescript with minor corrections, titled “Territorial Dispute over the World's End.”



FOLDER : 19.

“The Nations' Struggle at the World's End,” titled “Nations' New Squabble over the `End of the Earth,”' from the Boston Herald, June 19, 1938, and titled “Obscure Islands at World's End Scene of Struggle of Nations,” from unidentified newspaper.



FOLDER : 20.

“Notes on the Furlong Collections,” in Explorers Journal, June, 1966. Reprinted from American Anthropologist with pictures added.



FOLDER : 21.

“Obtaining Dermatoglyphs of Stone Age Men,” in American Anthropologist, April, 1966. Includes carbon copy of typescript.



FOLDER : 22.

“Ona Weapon Making Article,” typescript with holograph revisions, three pages of holograph text, and one page of sketches. No date.



FOLDER : 23.

“One Way of Drawing Trees in Their Winter Aspects,” in Teacher's Leaflets, No. 12, Cornell University, January, 1899. With holograph revisions.



FOLDER : 24.

“Paul Revere Honored as Cannon Designer,” from The Boston Daily Globe, October 27, 1959.



FOLDER : 25.

“The People of Tierra del Fuego,” from Travel, September, 1916.



FOLDER : 26.

“Plants from Southern Patagonia Collected by Charles Wellington Furlong,” typescript with minor corrections. An article with this title appeared in Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, June, 1916.



FOLDER : 27.

“The Red Rover of Fireland,” from Outing, January, 1915.



FOLDER : 28.

Review of Bruno Nordang's Patagonian Year, carbon copy of typescript.



FOLDER : 29.

“Search for a Pass,” in Explorers Journal, December, 1967. This issue also contains an obituary of Furlong.



FOLDER : 30.

The Ship of the Desert. Publisher's advertisements for reproductions of this painting. No date.



FOLDER : 31.

“Some Effects of Environment on the Fuegian Tribes,” carbon copy of a typescript. No date.



FOLDER : 32.

“Some Effects of Environment on the Fuegian Tribes,” reprinted from The Geographical Review, January, 1917. Inscribed by Furlong to Vilhjalmur Stefansson, March 28, 1942.



FOLDER : 33.

“South America's First Transcontinental,” from The World's Work, October 1910.



FOLDER : 34.

“South of South America,” (“From writings of Col. Charles Wellington Furlong with personal photographs.”), in Junior Natural History, January and February, 1960.



FOLDER : 35.

“The Southernmost Inhabitants of the World,” carbon copy of a typescript, with alternative openings. No date.



FOLDER : 36.

“The Southernmost People of the World,” from Harper's Monthly Magazine, June, 1909.



FOLDER : 37.

Stone Age Men and Their Music, an unpublished manuscript by Furlong and John H. Chipman, 1963. Furlong wrote “Part I, The Furlong Expedition to Fuegia and Its Amerinds,” and Chipman wrote “Part II, The Music of Stone Age Men.” “Part II” here lacks the transcriptions of ten songs done by Chipman except two that were cut from the manuscript. Includes a fragment of an earlier draft by Furlong, a synopsis, “Songs of the Ona and Yahgan Amerinds,” which may be an earlier version of Chipman's contribution, and a photocopy of an introduction by David P. McAllester.



(See also: correspondence with publishers under “Music.”)



FOLDER : 38.

“Stone Age Men of the Land of Fire,” carbon copy of a typescript. No date.



FOLDER : 39.

“Through the Cold Land of Fire,” carbon copy of a typescript. No date.



FOLDER : 40.

“Through the Heart of the Surinam Jungle,” from Harper's Magazine, February, 1914.



FOLDER : 41.

“To the Cold Land of Fire,” from Harper's Monthly Magazine, November, 1908.



FOLDER : 42.

“Toll of the Straits,” “Excerpts from chapter two” of Patagonia (?). Actually excerpts from an article, “Toll of the Straits,” in The Outing Magazine, October, 1911. Typescript.



FOLDER : 43.

“Treasure Hunt” (“Hunting Treasure in Bolivia” or “Buried Treasure”), typescripts and typed notes, with corrections, for a book or long article, ca. 1928. Includes “Editor's Note” by Furlong which does not seem to fit this material. (See also: Bolivia: Sacambaya Exploration Company.)



FOLDER : 44.

“Tribal Distribution and Settlements of the Fuegians,” reprinted from The Geographical Review, March, 1917.



FOLDER : 45.

“Tripoli in Barbary,” in The Journal of Race Development, July, 1911.



FOLDER : 46.

“Turcos and the Legion,” from The World's Work, November, 1914.



FOLDER : 47.

“The Vanishing People of the Land of Fire,” from Harper's Monthly Magazine, January, 1910.



FOLDER : 48.

“Vilhjalmur Stefansson: In Memorium,” in Explorers Journal, October, 1962.



FOLDER : 49.

“Was John Orth the King of Fireland?” Typescript with minor corrections. No date.



FOLDER : 50.

“Were There Pre-Yahgan Inhabitants in the Fuegian Archipelago?” Typescript, ca. 1965. Includes letter of rejection from Man, November 15, 1965.



FOLDER : 51.

“When Carmen Silva Hunted Gold,” from an unidentified newspaper, probably Boston, ca. 1916.



FOLDER : 52.

“Where the German Cruisers Went Down,” from the Boston Evening Transcript, December 12, 1914.



FOLDER : 53.

“The Wild Inhabitants of the Land of Fire,” in Radiation, May, 1913.



FOLDER : 54.

“The Wild Life of the Southern Seas,” from The Youth's Companion, September 17, 1925.



FOLDER : 55.

“With Columbus in the African Isles,” reprinted from Harper's Magazine, November, 1917.



Works by others.



FOLDER : 56.

“American Indians,” from Colliers Encyclopedia, ca. 1964. Three of Furlong's photographs are among the illustrations.



FOLDER : 57.

Andrews, Roy Chapman. Beyond Adventure, 1954, with text underlined and annotated by Furlong.



FOLDER : 58.

Baker, E. L. “Tierra del Fuego” in Reports from the Consuls of the United States, No. 83, September, 1887. Twenty-eight page history and description of Tierra del Fuego, citing Thomas Bridges, Julio Popper, and others.



FOLDER : 59.

Barclay, William S. “The Land of Magellanes, with Some Account of the Ona and Other Indians,” reprinted from The Geographical Journal, January, 1904.



FOLDER : 60.

Barclay, William S. “Life in Tierra del Fuego,” from The Nineteenth Century, January, 1904. With marginal notes by Furlong.



FOLDER : 61.

Barclay, William S. “The Odyssey of a Dictionary,” typescript, corrected and signed by Barclay, ca. 1946. (See also: Correspondence of Barclay and “Cook-Peary Controversy.”)



FOLDER : 62.

Benignus, Siegfried. “Feuerlander,” in Sud- und Mittel-Amerika, 1910, Heft 4-5. Text in German.



FOLDER : 63.

Bird, Junius. “Antiquity and Migrations of the Early Inhabitants of Patagonia,” reprinted from The Geographical Review, April, 1938. Inscribed to Furlong by Bird.



FOLDER : 64.

Bowman, Isaiah. South America, A Geography Reader, 1915, inscribed to Furlong by Bowman.



FOLDER : 65.

Histories of the Braun-Menendez families in Argentina Austral, June, 1943, and November, 1961. Text in Spanish. These families were important in the development of Patagonia and northern Tierra del Fuego and became friends of Furlong. (See also: correspondence.)



BOX V.

FOLDER : 1.

Bridges, E. Lucas. The Uttermost Part of the Earth, 1948, proof copy with text underlined and annotated by Furlong.



FOLDER : 2.

Bridges, Thomas. “Notes on the Structure of Yahgan,” in The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, August, 1893.



FOLDER : 3.

British and Foreign Bible Societies. The Gospel of S. Luke, Translated into the Yahgan Language, 1881. Inscribed to Furlong by John Lawrence of Punta Remolino, Tierra del Fuego, 1907.



FOLDER : 4.

British Museum. Guide to the Specimens Illustrating the Races of Mankind, 1908. Contains pictures of a Fuegian man.



FOLDER : 5.

Campus Folksong Club, University of Illinois. Glenn Ohrlin: The Hell-Bound Train, ca. 1964. Cites Furlong's Let 'Er Buck.



FOLDER : 6.

Chamberlain, Alexander F. “The Present State of Our Knowledge Concerning the Three Linguistic Stocks of the Region of Tierra del Fuego,” reprinted from American Anthropologist, January-March, 1911; and three other articles on South American linguistic stocks, 1907-1912.



FOLDER : 7.

Chamberlain, Alexander F. Reviews of Robert Lehmann-Nitsche's Catalogo de la Seccion Anthropologica de Museo de La Plata and Felix F. Outes' Guia Summaria para la Visita de la Sala XIX, from Current Anthropological Literature, April-June, 1912.



FOLDER : 8.

Cooper, John M. Analytical and Critical Bibliography of the Tribes of Tierra del Fuego and Adjacent Territory, 1917. Furlong is praised in the preface and many of his works are listed. Inscribed to Furlong by Cooper. Includes obituary of Cooper and bibliography of anthropological works, 1949.



FOLDER : 9.

Cooper, John M. “Fuegian and Chonoan Tribal Relations,” extract from Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Congress of Americanists, Washington, December, 1915, 1917. Inscribed to Furlong by Cooper. Includes abstract.



FOLDER : 10.

Coriat, Isador H. “Psychoneuroses among Primitive Tribes,” reprinted from The Journal of Abnormal Psychology, August-September, 1915. This article is based on Furlong's data and observations on the Onas and Yahgans of Tierra del Fuego.



FOLDER : 11.

Darwin's World of Nature: Part VI, Tierra del Fuego and the Andes Mountains. “Lecture Notes” for the Life Filmstrip, 1960. Includes a typed note by Furlong about the corresponding Life article.



FOLDER : 12.

DeWilde, John C. “South American Conflicts: The Chaco and Leticia,” in Foreign Policy Reports, May 24, 1933. Marginal notes by Furlong and laid-in list of references.



FOLDER : 13.

Diuguld, Lewis H. “South,” 1966, newsletter about southern Chile sponsored by the Alicia Patterson Fund and The Washington Post. Contains map of southern Chile including Tierra del Fuego.



FOLDER : 14.

Ellicott, John M. “The Inside Channels of Patagonia,” from The Youth's Companion, September 1, 1910.



FOLDER : 15.

Euller, John. “The Great North Pole Lie,” in Bluebook, September, 1953.



FOLDER : 16.

Farabee, William Curtis. “The South American Indian in his Relation to Geographic Environment,” reprinted from Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1917. Inscribed: “With the author's best compliments, and acknowledging his indebtedness.”



FOLDER : 17.

“A Former Mission Station in Tierra del Fuego” and “The Tribes of Tierra del Fuego,” from the Times, London, ca. 1912



FOLDER : 18.

France, Ministere des Colonies, Bureau des Services Penitentiares. Lois, Decrets et Reglements Relatifs a la Transportation, a la Deportation et a la Relegation, 1907. Text in French. Manual of regulations concerning prison in French Guiana.



FOLDER : 19.

Freeman, Andrew A. The Case for Doctor Cook, 1961. Text underlined and annotated by Furlong.



FOLDER : 20.

Gusinde, Martin. Four articles about Fuegians: “Die Eigentumsverhaltnisse bei den Selk'nam auf Feverland,” “Kraniometrische Untersuchungen an Feuerland-Schadeln,” “Unveroffentlichte Dokumente uber die Feuerlander,” and “Zur Ethik der Feuerlander.” Offprints, 1926-1933, with text in German. One is inscribed to Furlong by Gusinde.



FOLDER : 21.

Gusinde, Martin, et al. Four articles from Anthropos, 1921-1927, about Fuegians. Text in German.



FOLDER : 22.

Hatcher, J. B. “The Indian Tribes of Southern Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, and the Adjoining Islands,” in The National Geographic Magazine, January, 1901. With marginal notes by Furlong.



FOLDER : 23.

Hester, James J. “Late Pleistocene Environments and Early Man in South America,” from The American Naturalist, September-October, 1966.



FOLDER : 24.

Hobbs, William H. “Footnote to University History, The First and Second Advents of Dr. Cook,” reprinted from The Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review, Autumn, 1935. Includes “Corrective Note” by Hobbs, copies of correspondence about articles mentioning Peary, and a note by Furlong.



FOLDER : 25.

Hobbs, William H. The Glacial Anticyclones, 1926. Inscribed: “To my Friend Colonel Furlong, who exposed the faker Cook on the matter of the Anglo-Yahgan Dictionary. Wm. H. Hobbs, Ann Arbor, May 11, 1936.”



FOLDER : 26.

Hobbs, William H. “Visibilit4y and the Discovery of Polar Lands,” from Geografiska Annaler, 1933. Inscribed to Furlong by Hobbs.



FOLDER : 27.

Hornbostel, E. M. von. “African Negro Music,” reprinted from Africa, Volume I, Number 1. Inscribed to Furlong by the author.



FOLDER : 28.

Hornbostel, E. M. von. “Fuegia Songs,” reprinted from American Anthropologist, July-September, 1936. Includes a photocopy of the same article covered by a photocopy of a page of Ethnos, July, 1948, giving contents of “The Music of the Fuegians” by von Hornbostel. On this page is a typed letter from Charles Seeger, who has signed his name inside. The Ethnos article, which mentions Furlong and his work is available in Dartmouth College Library, GN/1/.E88.



FOLDER : 29.

Hornbostel, E. M. von. “Melodie und Skala,” reprinted from Jahrbuch der Musikbibliothek Peters, 1913. Text in German. Inscribed: “With author's compliments.” Article from Sud- und Mittel-Amerika, July 12, 1913, mentioning von Hornbostel and Furlong laid in.



FOLDER : 30.

Hrdlicka, Ales. Directions for Collecting Information and Specimens for Physical Anthropology, 1904. Another copy of this is bound into a field reference book in this collection.



FOLDER : 31.

Hubbard, Thomas H., et al. “To Students of Arctic Exploration: The Geographic Position of Camp Jesup, and the Reduction of the Observations of R. E. Peary, in the Vicinity of the North Pole,” reprinted from Acts of the 10th International Congress of Geography, Rome, 1913. Signed by Marie Ahnighito Peary Stafford.



FOLDER : 32.

Hutchinson, Thomas J. “The Tehuelche Indians of Patagonia,” from Transactions of the Ethnological Society of London, 1869. Text underlined and annotated by Furlong.



FOLDER : 33.

Ihering, Hermann von. The Anthropology of the State of S. Paulo, Brazil, 1906. Contains index, maps, vocabularies, and bibliography.



FOLDER : 34.

Ihering, Hermann von. “As Cabecas Mumificadas pelos Indios Mundurucus,” reprinted from the Revista do Museu Paulista, 1908. Text in Portuguese.



FOLDER : 35.

Jenkins, Jean. Musical Instruments, 1958. Inscribed by Jenkins.



FOLDER : 36.

Jenman, G. S. To Kaieteur, Being an Original and Hitherto Unpublished Diary of a Journey to the Interior of British Guiana, 1907.



FOLDER : 37.

Kent, Rockwell. Voyaging Southward from the Strait of Magellan, 1924. Text underlined and annotated by Furlong.



FOLDER : 38.

Lehmann-Nitsche, Robert, et al. “El Mamifero Misterioso de la Patagonia, `Grypotherium Domesticum,' ” 1899, reprinted from Revista del Museo de La Plata. Text in Spanish.



FOLDER : 39.

Lehmann-Nitsche, Robert. “Nuevos Objectos de Industria Humana Encontradas en la Caverna Eberhardt en Ultima Esperanza,” 1902, reprinted from Revista del Museo de La Plata. Text in Spanish.



FOLDER : 40.

Lehmann-Nitsche, Robert. “Patagonia Gesange und Musikbogen,” from Anthropos, 1908. Text in German.



FOLDER : 41.

Lehmann-Nitsche, Robert. “La Pretendida Existencia Actual del Grypotherium,” 1902, reprinted from Revista del Museo de La Plata. Text in Spanish.



FOLDER : 42.

Lomax, Alan. “Folk Song Style,” reprinted from American Anthropologist, December, 1959.



FOLDER : 43.

Loqui, Esteban de. Memoria de la Governacion de la Tierra del Fuego Correspondiente al Ano 1904, 1905. Text in Spanish.



FOLDER : 44.

Lowie, Robert H. The Material Culture of the Crow Indians, 1922, and Notes on Shoshonean Ethnography, 1924. Both inscribed to Furlong by Lowie.



FOLDER : 45.

Marshall, Herman W. “Front Parts of Feet and Shoes -- Aboriginal Feet,” from Boot and Shoe Recorder, August 19, 1922. Contains photograph and footprint by Furlong.



FOLDER : 46.

Martian, Louis-Ferdinand. Mission Scientifique du Cap Horn, 1882-1833, 1888. Photocopies of title page, “Avant-Propos,” and maps from Volume I. Text in French.



FOLDER : 47.

Mason, Lynn D. “The Ona Klokton and Yahgan Kina Rites: Problems in Research and Interpretation,” carbon copy of a typescript, 1964, with holograph notes and corrections by Furlong. Includes cover note.



FOLDER : 48.

Mavalwala, Jamshed. “A Note on Dermatoglyphics of the Ona and Yahgan of Tierra del Fuego, from Man, January-February, 1964. Based on data collected by Furlong and contains a photograph by Furlong.



FOLDER : 49.

Moeller, R. H. “The Case of the Wandering Dictionary,” from The Standard, Buenos Aires, November 10, 1945. Includes a typed excerpt from A. S. Tschiffely's This Way Southward, 1940, about Cook and the dictionary.



FOLDER : 50.

Morse, Edward S. “Ancient and Modern Methods of Arrow-Release,” reprinted from Essex Institute Bulletin, October-December, 1885; and Additional Notes on Arrow Release, 1922. The latter cites Frederick A. Cook on Ona arrow release. Includes a duplicate of Furlong's photograph of Ona arrow release.



FOLDER : 51.

Newman, Marshall T. “Populational Analysis of Finger and Palm Prints in Highland and Lowland Maya Indians,” reprinted from The American Journal of Physical Anthropology, March, 1960. Inscribed to Furlong by Newman.



FOLDER : 52.

“Notes on Recent Wreck Inquiries,” in The Merchant Marine Service Association Reporter, December, 1907. Contains reports on two ship-wrecks on the coast of Tierra del Fuego during 1907.



FOLDER : 53.

Outes, Felix F., and Bruch, Carlos. Texto Explicativo de los Cuadros Murales “Las Viajes Razas Argentinas,” 1910. This booklet explains six charts depicting Indians and artifacts of six regions of Argentina. Text in Spanish. Inscribed to Furlong. See: Box XLV, Oversize Material, for the charts.



FOLDER : 54.

Penard, A. P. and T. E. “Surinam Folk-Tales” and “Popular Notions Pertaining to Primitive Artifacts in Surinam,” reprinted from The Journal of American Folk-Lore, April-June, 1917. Inscribed to Furlong by T. E. Penard.



FOLDER : 55.

Pequeña Guia de los Estados Unidos de Norte América, 1924. Guide book issued to the crew of Argentina's Rivadavia for use while the ship was in Quincy, Massachusetts for repairs. She had been built in Quincy in 1910-1913. Text in Spanish.



FOLDER : 56.

Popper, Julio. Terre de Feu, 1887, and Tierra del Fuego, 1890. Text in French in the first, Spanish in the latter; they are not the same work. (See Furlong's article “The Red Rover of Fireland” in this collection for information about Popper and these works.) Includes a handbook of rules with pages for accounts and notes for use of gold-washers, issued by Popper in 1889. Text in Spanish.



BOX VI.

FOLDER : 1.

Ried, Aq. “Account of Human Remains from Patagonia in the Smithsonian Institution,” from Report of the Smithsonian Institution, 1862.



FOLDER : 2.

Roth, Santiago. Catálogo de los Mamífores Fósiles Conservados en el Museo de La Plata, Grupo Ungulata, Orden Toxodentia, 1896; and “Rectificaciones sobre la Denticion del Toxodon,” reprinted from Revista del Museo de La Plata, 1895. Text in Spanish. The former contains a note by Furlong; the latter has a resumé in German.



FOLDER : 3.

“A Sailor Giving a Patagonian Woman Some Biscuit for her Child,” from The Gentleman's Magazine, May, 1767. Patagonians are depicted as giants in this engraving.



FOLDER : 4.

Skottsberg, Carl. “Observations on the Natives of the Patagonian Channel Region,” reprinted from American Anthropologist, October-December, 1913. Signed by Skottsberg and with a few marginal notes by Furlong.



FOLDER : 5.

Skottsberg, Carl. “The Swedish Magellanic Expedition, 1907-1909” five preliminary reports (one clipping and four reprints) from The Geographical Journal, 1908-1909.



FOLDER : 6.

Slocum, Joshua. “Sailing Alone around the World,” from the Century Magazine, no date, a fragment describing the passage through the Strait of Magellan, with marginal notes by Furlong. Includes an abridged version from an unidentified periodical.



FOLDER : 7.

South American Missionary Society. Reports and letters from Tierra del Fuego in Voice for South America, Volume XI, 1864, with a few marginal notes by Furlong. Furlong collected almost the entire series of this annual publication (with varying titles), and it can be found in the Dartmouth College Library.



FOLDER : 8.

South American Missionary Society. Trailblazers Who Triumphed: Allen Gardiner, no date. Four page leaflet about Gardiner's work and death in Tierra del Fuego.



FOLDER : 9.

Spon, Charles. William Singer Barclay, F.R.G.S., A Memoir, 1947.



FOLDER : 10.

Stefansson, Vilhjalmur. “The Region of Maximum Inaccessibility in the Arctic.” reprinted from The Geographical Review, September, 1920. Inscribed to Furlong by Stefansson.



FOLDER : 11.

Stock, Chester. “A Mounted Skeleton of Mylodon Harlani,” reprinted from Bulletin of the Department of Geology, 1920. Two copies: one inscribed by Stock to Dr. John C. Merriam; the other contains a long note by Furlong.



FOLDER : 12.

Subercaseaux, Benjamin. Jemmy Button, 1954. Text underlined and annotated by Furlong.



FOLDER : 13.

Thorne, J. T. Some Haphazard Notes of a Forty-two Years' Residence in British Guiana, 1899.



FOLDER : 14.

Townsend, Charles H. “A Naturalist in the Straits of Magellen,” reprinted from Popular Science Monthly, July, 1910.



FOLDER : 15.

Verneau, R. “Cranes Préhistoriques de Patagonie,” from an unidentified journal, no date. Text in French.



FOLDER : 16.

Whipple, Gertrude, and James, Preston E. “The Canoe People,” a chapter from Living on Our Earth, 1948. Drawings are from Furlong's photographs. Includes typewritten annotation by Furlong.



FOLDER : 17.

Williams, Bertram W. “Picaroon in Patagonia,” typescript, with corrections, of an unpublished story, ca. 1925. Includes a short critical note by Williams. (See also: Williams' correspondence.)



FOLDER : 18.

Woodward, A. Smith. Three articles (one with F. P. Moreno) on Grypotherium (Neomylodon) Listai, associated mammals, and extinct reptiles of Patagonia, reprinted from the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1899-1901. Each is inscribed to Furlong by Woodward.



BOX VII.

Notes on South America -- primarily Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, and the Indians of those areas -- typewritten on 1004 four-by-six-inch index cards and arranged under twenty-five headings. Most of the notes are from the magazine of the South American Missionary Society, which appeared from 1854 to 1906 under the titles South American Missionary Magazine, Voice of Pity for South America, and Voice for South America. (Furlong collected the series, and it can now be found in the Dartmouth College Library, BV/2850/.563.) Thomas Bridges is the author of much of the material. The cards have been numbered 1-1004 for easier reference. Apparently a few of the cards were lost, which is not reflected in the numbering, and subheadings are not consistent. The titles will be found abbreviated on the cards as S.A.M., S.A.M.M., S.A.M.S., V.P.S.A. and V.S.A.



Alaculoofs



1-30



Andean Railroad



31-33



Araucanians



34-93



Argentina



94-104



Bolivia



105



Brazil



106



Caribs



107



Chile



108-120



Explorers



121-136



French Guiana



137



Fuegia



138-253



Matacos



254-261



Miscellaneous Notes



262-268



Onas



269-333



Paraguay



334-337



Patagonia



338-423



Pehuenches



424-432



Peru



433-442



Puelches



443-456



South America



457-469



Strait of Magellan



470-497



Tehuelches



498-738



Uruguay



739-740



Venezuela



741



Yahgans



742-1004



BOX VIII.

FOLDER : 1.

Division of Furlong photographic plates, a list of eighteen categories into which the photographs in this group are divided. The photographs are mounted and annotated. There are 554 mountings, most with one photograph but some with two, three, or four.



Collection; Furlong; Maps



FOLDER : 2.

(1) Furlong Collection, Baker Library, May, 1962. Furlong and his wife, Virginia, in background.



FOLDER : 3.

(2) Furlong and his wife at work on his collection, May, 1962.



FOLDER : 4.

(3) Furlong, ca. 1950.



FOLDER : 5.

(4) Map of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego showing effect of environment on migrations and tribal distribution. American Geographical Society photograph of drawing by Furlong, 1916.



FOLDER : 6.

(5) Map of Fuegia showing distribution of autochthonous tribes, from a drawing by Furlong. Includes notes on a Yahgan fire-making stone.



FOLDER : 7.

(6) Map of Strait of Magellan regions showing ethnic groups, 1908, from a drawing by Furlong.



FOLDER : 8.

(7) Map of Tierra del Fuego showing some Ona, Yahgan, and Haush settlement sites, 1907-1908, from a drawing by Furlong.



FOLDER : 9.

(8) Map of Furlong's routes through the Fuegian Archipelago, 1907-1908, from a drawing done under Furlong's direction.



FOLDER : 10.

(9) Table showing population status of the Fuegian tribes, 1836-1966.



FOLDER : 11.

(10) Furlong Collection Exhibit, Baker Library, December, 1962. Display case.



FOLDER : 12.

(11) Same display case with Furlong in foreground.



FOLDER : 13.

(12) Another display case.



FOLDER : 14.

(13) A third display case.



FOLDER : 15.

(14) A fourth display case.



FOLDER : 16.

(15) Furlong, October, 1907.



FOLDER : 17.

(16) Furlong with an Ona and a Yahgan, 1908.



Alaculoofs (Alacalufs)



FOLDER : 18.

(17) Alaculoofs trading with steamship, Strait of Magellan, Chile, 1908.



FOLDER : 19.

(18A) Alaculoof woman, Port Gallant, Fortescue Bay, Strait of Magellan, Chile, 1924.



FOLDER : 20.

(18B) Alaculoofs of the Strait of Magellan region, ca. 1964.



FOLDER : 21.

(19) Alaculoof dwelling in the Adelaide Archipelago, Patagonian Channels, Chile, prior to 1907.



FOLDER : 22.

(20) Alaculoof canoe in the broad reach of a main channelway in the Adelaide Archipelago, Chile, 1907.



FOLDER : 23.

(21) Type of bark canoe of the Fuegian coastal tribes, prior to 1907; and scene in Smyth Channel, Patagonian Archipelago, Chile, c. 1907.



FOLDER : 24.

(22) Original type of Alaculoof or Yahgan canoe, Fuegia or Patagonia, prior to 1907.



FOLDER : 25.

(23) Oldest type of Alaculoof canoe on roof of building, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1911.



FOLDER : 26.

(24) Alaculoof canoe (as above), another view.



FOLDER : 27.

(25) Alaculoof canoe (as above), another view.



FOLDER : 28.

(26) Alaculoof canoe (as above), another view.



FOLDER : 29.

(27) Fuegian (Alaculoof or Yahgan) woman, front view, nude, Western Fuegia, 1907.



FOLDER : 30.

(28) Fuegian woman (as above), back view.



FOLDER : 31.

(29) Fuegian woman (as above), side view.



FOLDER : 32.

(30) Fuegian woman (as above), front view, seated.



FOLDER : 33.

(31) Alaculoof, young man, northwestern Fuegia, Chile, 1908.



Ushuaia; Sarmiento; Garibaldi



FOLDER : 34.

(32) Map of Yahgan territory, Fuegia, 1907. Photograph of drawing by Furlong.



FOLDER : 35.

(33) Panoramic view of town of Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, prior to 1907.



FOLDER : 36.

(34) Ushuaia, 1907.



FOLDER : 37.

(35) Ushuaia with Mt. Olivaia in background, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 38.

(36) Tug Oreste in Beagle Channel; Presidente Sarmiento in Ushuaia Bay, 1907.



FOLDER : 39.

(37) Presidente Sarmiento rounding Cape Horn, 1905. Photograph of a painting, 1907.



FOLDER : 40.

(38) Officers of Presidente Sarmiento on board, prior to November, 1907.



FOLDER : 41.

(39) Scene on Presidente Sarmiento in Ushuaia Bay, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 42.

(40) Ushuaia, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 43.

(41) Boat from Presidente Sarmiento approaching Ushuaia, 1907.



FOLDER : 44.

(42) Landing mole at Ushuaia, 1907.



FOLDER : 45.

(43) Ushuaia, 1907.



FOLDER : 46.

(44) Convict at work, Ushuaia, 1907. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 47.

(45) Hauling supplies from the mole at Ushuaia, 1907. This photograph was the model for Furlong's painting, (44) above.



FOLDER : 48.

(46) Western half of Ushuaia, October, 1907.



FOLDER : 49.

(47) Main street of Ushuaia, 1907.



FOLDER : 50.

(48) Ushuaia, three views, 1907-1908; motor launch of Presidente Sarmiento, October, 1907.



BOX IX.

FOLDER : 1.

(49) The governor's yacht undergoing repairs, Ushuaia, 1907.



FOLDER : 2.

(50) Leading “hotel” in Ushuaia, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 3.

(51) Convicts of the penal colony in Ushuaia, 1907. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 4.

(52) Entrance to the Argentine penal colony in Ushuaia, 1907. This photograph was the model for Furlong's painting, (51) above.



FOLDER : 5.

(53) North-south main street, Ushuaia, October, 1907.



FOLDER : 6.

(54) Sawmill just east of Ushuaia, December, 1907.



FOLDER : 7.

(55) Main compound and prison of the Argentine penal colony, Ushuaia, October, 1907.



FOLDER : 8.

(56) Group of inhabitants of Ushuaia, ca. November, 1907.



FOLDER : 9.

(57) Sheep, living and dead, on deck of Piedra Buena, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 10.

(58) Fuegian shell heaps called “Kitchen middens”; the Garibaldi discharging sheep at Ushuaia, no date.



FOLDER : 11.

(59) Garibaldi of Ushuaia, 1907.



FOLDER : 12.

(60) Sailor and boat from Garibaldi, Ushuaia Bay, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 13.

(61) Garibaldi, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 14.

(62) Furlong and two crew members on Garibaldi, 1907.



FOLDER : 15.

(63) Waterfront of Ushuaia, 1907. Furlong and Swedish explorer Erasme in foreground.



Lawrences; Remolino



FOLDER : 16.

(64) Luyaia, A Yahgan village site, Fuegia, December, 1907.



FOLDER : 17.

(65) John Lawrence's ranch named Remolino (Whirlwind), Beagle Channel, 1907.



FOLDER : 18.

(66) Remolino, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 19.

(67) View from Garibaldi, vicinity of Remolino, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 20.

(68) Lawrence ranch house, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 21.

(69) Lawrence family and others, December, 1907.



FOLDER : 22.

(70) Christmas dinner with Yahgan guests, Remolino, 1907.



FOLDER : 23.

(71) Horse-breaking in corrals at Remolino, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 24.

(72) Horsemen galloping, Remolino, 1907.



FOLDER : 25.

(73) View from Remolino, November, 1907.



Expedition; Fuegia



FOLDER : 26.

(74) Map of the Yahgan settlement of Woolyia, west coast of Navarin Island, Fuegian Archipelago, Chile, 1907. Photograph of drawing by Furlong.



FOLDER : 27.

(75) Yahgan village site named Wulyia (Woolyia), 1907.



FOLDER : 28.

(76) Woolyia, 1907.



FOLDER : 29.

(77) Grave of the victims of the Allen Gardiner massacre, Woolyia, ca. November, 1907.



FOLDER : 30.

(78) Stone marker (Allen Gardiner?), no date.



FOLDER : 31.

(79) Woolyia, northern end, 1907.



FOLDER : 32.

(80) Yahgan village at Rio Douglas, east coast of Navarin Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 33.

(81) Church at Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 34.

(82) Chilean installations in Puerto Williams and vicinity, southeast coast of Navarin Island, no date.



FOLDER : 35.

(83) Chilean installations in Puerto Williams and vicinity, no date.



FOLDER : 36.

(84) Chilean installations in Puerto Williams and vicinity, no date.



FOLDER : 37.

(85) Mouth of the Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 38.

(86) Garibaldi anchored off Woolyia, October, 1907.



FOLDER : 39.

(87) Woolyia, October, 1907.



FOLDER : 40.

(88) Yahgans, Furlong's crew of four men, rowing his boat, 1907.



FOLDER : 41.

(89) Yahgan village site on northeast coast of Navarin Island; Furlong's crew of Yahgans in boat, 1907.



FOLDER : 42.

(90) Furlong's crew of Yahgans in boat near Remolino, December, 1907.



FOLDER : 43.

(91) Garibaldi on cruise to Remolino, three views, 1907.



FOLDER : 44.

(92) Furlong's crew of Yahgans landing on southwest coast of Navarin Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 45.

(93) Yahgans, three of Furlong's crew, north coast of Navarin Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 46.

(94) Ponsonby Sound from the north, December, 1907.



FOLDER : 47.

(95) Northeast part of Ponsonby Sound, looking toward Navarin Island, January, 1908.



Yahgans



FOLDER : 48.

(96) Yahgan artifacts in Punta Arenas, Chile, 1911; (97) additional notes on (96), no photograph.



FOLDER : 49.

(98) Yahgan dugout canoe in Beagle Channel, 1907.



FOLDER : 50.

(99) Moored Yahgan canoe with three Yahgan children, Remolino, 1907.



BOX X.

FOLDER : 1.

(100) Yahgan girls paddling a dugout canoe, Remolino, 1907.



FOLDER : 2.

(101A) Yahgans spearfishing from canoe, Ponsonby Sound region, 1907.



FOLDER : 3.

(101B) Yahgans in canoe, vicinity of Murray Narrows, 1907.



FOLDER : 4.

(102) Yahgans in canoe, Beagle Channel, December 25, 1907; Yahgan canoe, probably in vicinity of Ponsonby Sound, 1907.



FOLDER : 5.

(103) Yahgan canoe with family, Murray Narrows, 1907. Enlargement of (101B).



FOLDER : 6.

(104) Yahgans launching dugout canoe, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 7.

(105) Furlong and three Yahgans in canoe, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 8.

(106) Half of a Yahgan canoe, Rio Douglas, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 9.

(107) Yahgan half-breed girl, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 10.

(108) Yahgan half-breed woman with baby, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 11.

(109) Julie, full-blooded Yahgan woman, Rio Douglas, January, 1908.



(See also: (113), (127), and (128).)



FOLDER : 12.

(110) Yahgan woman and dog, Rio Douglas, December, 1907.



FOLDER : 13.

(111) Yahgan woman weaving a basket, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 14.

(112) Yahgan woman showing Furlong her method of weaving, Rio Douglas, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 15.

(113) Old Julie, the last Yahgan, Rio Douglas, ca. 1957. (See also: (109), (127), and (128).)



FOLDER : 16.

(114) Camouflaged Yahgan lookout in tree overlooking Beagle Channel, 1908.



FOLDER : 17.

(115) Yahgan man, Rio Douglas, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 18.

(116) Yahgan binding a spear head to a spear, probably Ponsonby Bay region, ca. 1883.



FOLDER : 19.

(117) Yahgan half-breed man, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 20.

(118) Yahgan man, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 21.

(119) Yahgan yaccamoosh (witch doctor), Rio Douglas, 1907. Photograph of a painting by Furlong, ca. 1909.



FOLDER : 22.

(120) Transcription into musical notation by Erich von Hornbostel of a Fuegian songrecorded by Furlong.



FOLDER : 23.

(121) Yahgan yaccamoosh, Lywaia, northern coast of Tierra del Fuego, 1907.



FOLDER : 24.

(122) Yahgan man and two half-breed boys, Rio Douglas, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 25.

(123) Yahgan man and wife, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 26.

(124) John Williams, missionary, and two Yahgans, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 27.

(125) John Williams, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 28.

(126) Yahgans fighting, Rio Douglas, 1907. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 29.

(127) Yahgan man and wife, Julie, Rio Douglas, 1907. (See also: (109), (113), and (128).)



FOLDER : 30.

(128) Yahgan man and wife, Julie, in profile, Rio Douglas, 1907. (See also: (109), (113), and (127).)



FOLDER : 31.

(129) Yahgan man, wife, and child, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 32.

(130) Four Yahgans, Rio Douglas, December, 1907.



FOLDER : 33.

(131) Four Yahgans and dwelling, Rio Douglas, ca. December, 1907.



FOLDER : 34.

(132) Constructing a Yahgan dwelling, Ponsonby Sound, 1908.



FOLDER : 35.

(133) Constructing a Yahgan tepee type shelter, Hoste Island, south-west Fuegia, 1907.



FOLDER : 36.

(134) Skeleton of Yahgan dwelling, Navarin Island, October, 1907.



FOLDER : 37.

(135) Yahgan family, Ponsonby Sound, 1907. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 38.

(136) Furlong taking footprints of a Yahgan child, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 39.

(137) Primitive dwelling, Fuegian Archipelago, 1907.



FOLDER : 40.

(138) Group of Yahgans, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 41.

(139) Group of Yahgans, Rio Douglas, 1907.



FOLDER : 42.

(140) Furlong attempting to take a face mask of a Yahgan, Laui, Beagle Channel, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 43.

(141) Yahgan family of four, Laui, Christmas, 1907.



FOLDER : 44.

(142) Yahgans, six men and two women, Laui, Christmas, 1907.



FOLDER : 45.

(143) Yahgan shepherds, Remolino, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 46.

(144) Yahgans throwing spears, Laui, 1907.



FOLDER : 47.

(145) Yahgan barbecue, Laui, Christmas, 1907.



FOLDER : 48.

(146) Unloading sheep from Garibaldi, October, 1907; preparing for barbecue, Laui, Christmas, 1907; Remolino, 1907.



FOLDER : 49.

(147) Man and oxcart, Punta Arenas, 1911.



FOLDER : 50.

(148) Man and oxen, Punta Arenas, 1911.



BOX XI.

Fuegia; Ships; Channels



FOLDER : 1.

(149) Map of Fuegian Archipelago showing sites of shipwrecks, 1907. Photograph of a drawing by Furlong.



FOLDER : 2.

(150) Glacier, 1907; whaling station on Diego Ramirez Islands, 1907.



FOLDER : 3.

(151) German ship Schulau, abandoned off Cape Horn, 1910.



FOLDER : 4.

(152) Whaler south of Cape Horn, 1908



FOLDER : 5.

(153) Frederick Newman and son on rescued sloop, ca. 1906.



FOLDER : 6.

(154) Captain Thomas on Cuzco in Straits of Magellan, 1908.



FOLDER : 7.

(155) Tender Gaviota, stranded in the Rio Grande, east coast of Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 8.

(156) Bark Glencairn, River Medway, England, 1908.



FOLDER : 9.

(157) Nauplia, Valparaiso, ca. 1908; Duchesse de Berri, wrecked off Staten Island, Tierra del Fuego, October, 1906.



FOLDER : 10.

(158) Wreck of the Duchesse de Berri, Staten Island, 1907; whale on beach, east coast of Tierra del Fuego, prior to 1908.



FOLDER : 11.

(159) Map of northern Tierra del Fuego, 1887.



FOLDER : 12.

(160) Carmen Sylva Cliffs, east coast of Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 13.

(161) Fuegian channelways, 1907.



FOLDER : 14.

(162) Fuegian channelways, 1907.



FOLDER : 15.

(163) Fuegian channelways, 1907.



FOLDER : 16.

(164) Fuegian channelways, 1907.



FOLDER : 17.

(165) Murray Narrows, 1907.



FOLDER : 18.

(166) Murray Narrows, 1907.



FOLDER : 19.

(167) Fuegian channelways, 1907.



FOLDER : 20.

(168) Pioneer house, Navarin Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 21.

(169) Mt. King Scott, Navarin Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 22.

(170) Island in Fuegian channelways, 1907.



FOLDER : 23.

(171) Summer scenery, southern Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 24.

(172) Fuegian rain forest and river, no date.



FOLDER : 25.

(173) Chilean Government steamer in the Fuegian Archipelago, no date.



FOLDER : 26.

(174) Fuegian channelways at turn of the Strait of Magellan, 1908.



FOLDER : 27.

(175) Fuegian channel scenery, January, 1911.



FOLDER : 28.

(176) Admiralty Sound; two views of Magdelan Channel, no date.



FOLDER : 29.

(177) Magdalen Sound (?), October, 1907(?).



FOLDER : 30.

(178) Admiralty Sound, 1911.



FOLDER : 31.

(179) Beagle Channel near Clarence Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 32.

(180) Horn Island and Cape Horn, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 33.

(181) Mt. Sarmiento; view in western Tierra del Fuego; view on southern coast of Tierra del Fuego, 1910.



FOLDER : 34.

(182) Mountains in Magdalen Sound; Admiralty Sound, 1911.



FOLDER : 35.

(183) Cape Froward; Gabrielle Channel; Fuegian channelways, 1911.



FOLDER : 36.

(184) Magdalen Sound, three views, no date.



FOLDER : 37.

(185) Brunswick Peninsula; north glacier of Mt. Sarmiento, no date.



FOLDER : 38.

(186) Northwest Arm near Beagle Channel; Brecknock Peninsula, no date.



FOLDER : 39.

(187) Mt. Sarmiento, 1911.



FOLDER : 40.

(188) Glacier, probably the north one of Mt. Sarmiento, 1911.



FOLDER : 41.

(189) Glacier, south coast of Tierra del Fuego, 1911.



FOLDER : 42.

(190) Glacier from Darwin Range, Beagle Channel, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 43.

(191) Glacier, vicinity of Northwest Arm, no date.



FOLDER : 44.

(192) Magdalen Channel, 1911.



FOLDER : 45.

(193) Wreck of a sloop, Useless Bay, 1908.



FOLDER : 46.

(194) Furlong digging for Ona remains, Useless Bay, 1908.



FOLDER : 47.

(195) Evangelista Islands, two views, ca. 1908 and prior to 1908.



FOLDER : 48.

(196) Stone carvings on Easter Island, 1917.



FOLDER : 49.

(197) Lighthouse on Staten Island; telegraph station on New Year Island, 1908.



FOLDER : 50.

(198) Presidente Sarmiento, 1907; coast, probably Ponsonby Sound and Cape Horn region, no date; coast, probably Beagle Channel or Murray Narrows, 1907; observatory on New Year Island, 1908.



FOLDER : 51.

(199) Meteorological station on New Year Island, 1907; lighthouse on Staten Island, 1908.



BOX XII.

Fauna and Flora



FOLDER : 1.

(200) Golden crested vulture, rain forest, Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 2.

(201) Golden crested vulture, enlargement of (200).



FOLDER : 3.

(202) Penguin on New Year Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 4.

(203) Penguins (shags?) on New Year Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 5.

(204) Penguins and nests on New Year Island, two views, ca. 1907 and prior to 1907.



FOLDER : 6.

(205) Cliff-dwelling birds on New Year Island, two views, 1907.



FOLDER : 7.

(206) Penguins in surf, New Year Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 8.

(207) Male sea lions, New Year Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 9.

(208) Sea lions, New Year Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 10.

(209) Female sea lions, New Year Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 11.

(210) Sea lions on coast of New Year Island, 1908.



FOLDER : 12.

(211) Sea elephant, killed by Argentine sailors, two views, New Year Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 13.

(212) Whale washed up on shore, east coast of Tierra del Fuego, prior to 1908.



FOLDER : 14.

(213) Dead whale off the west coast of Tierra del Fuego, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 15.

(214) Whale washed up on shore, central east coast of Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 16.

(215) Mt. Olivaia, 1907; young whale stranded on the beach of the east coast of Tierra del Fuego, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 17.

(216) Evangelista Islands, 1907; stranded whale on the east coast of Tierra del Fuego, 1908



FOLDER : 18.

(217) Porpoises off the western end of the Strait of Magellan, 1907.



FOLDER : 19.

(218) Map of Tierra del Fuego showing Ona territory, 1908. Photograph of a drawing by Furlong.



FOLDER : 20.

(219) Winter scene, probably on Gable Island, Beagle Channel, 1907.



FOLDER : 21.

(220) Valley in interior of southern Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 22.

(221) Interior of southern Tierra del Fuego, two views, after 1911.



FOLDER : 23.

(222) Small river in rain forest, southeastern Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 24.

(223) Scene in rain forest, interior of Tierra del Fuego, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 25.

(224) Trees in rain forest, southern Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 26.

(225) Port of Porvenir, 1908.



FOLDER : 27.

(226) Port of Porvenir, 1907; dead whale stranded, east coast of Tierra del Fuego, 1907.



Logging; Gold dredging



FOLDER : 28.

(227) Logging camp in Tierra del Fuego, 1907; haying scene in northwestern Tierra del Fuego, 1907.



FOLDER : 29.

(228) Fence posts on the pampas of northern Tierra del Fuego, 1907.



FOLDER : 30.

(229) Imported timbers, northwestern Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 31.

(230) A Sutphen dredge under construction, northwestern Tierra del Fuego, 1908



FOLDER : 32.

(231) Placer mining dredge, Rio de Oro, northwestern Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 33.

(232) Mining dredge, northwestern Tierra del Fuego, 1908



FOLDER : 34.

(233) Harold Williams on a horse, near Rio del Oro, January 29, 1908.



FOLDER : 35.

(234) Two horsemen in placer mining region, northwestern Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 36.

(235) Mining dredge, northwestern Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 37.

(236) Sluice box dredge, northwestern Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 38.

(237) Mining dredge and placer mining tailings and sluiceway, northern Tierra del Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 39.

(238) Map of Tierra del Fuego showing present approximate territorial clan divisions of the Ona tribe, ca. 1908. Photograph of a drawing (1916) by Furlong.



The Bridges (Family)



FOLDER : 40.

(239) E. Lucas Bridges and Furlong, 1949.



FOLDER : 41.

(239A) E. Lucas Bridges and Carlos Braun-Menendez, 1948.



FOLDER : 42.

(239B) Members of Bridges family and others, Viamonte, 1932.



FOLDER : 43.

(239C) John de Marbois, as a cadet, no date; bark Glencairn, ca. 1908.



See: (156).



FOLDER : 44.

(240) Harberton, Beagle Channel, home of the Bridges, ca. 1909.



FOLDER : 45.

(241) Harberton, 1908.



FOLDER : 46.

(242) Will Bridges, Harberton, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 47.

(243) Burial of Will Bridges' wife, Harberton, ca. 1910.



FOLDER : 48.

(244) McClellan, superintendent of a Menendez sheep ranch, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 49.

(245) Joseph, “jack mule,” Furlong expedition, Tierra del Fuego, January, 1908.



BOX XIII.

Expedition; Ona



See: (218) and (238), maps of Ona territory.



FOLDER : 1.

(246) Onas with bows and arrows, central Tierra del Fuego, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 2.

(247) Ona artifacts in Salesian mission museum, Punta Arenas, Chile, 1911.



FOLDER : 3.

(248) Ona artifacts in Salesian mission museum, Punta Arenas, 1911.



FOLDER : 4.

(249) Camp of Furlong's expedition at the foot of the coast range, Tierra del Fuego, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 5.

(250) Ona leading pack horse on Furlong's expedition, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 6.

(251) Furlong and two Onas helping pack horses out of a bog, January, 1908. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 7.

(252) Furlong's expedition resting in the coastal range, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 8.

(253) Furlong's expedition descending mountain, ca. January, 1908. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 9.

(254) Furlong's expedition between Beagle Channel coast range and Mt. Spion Kopf, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 10.

(255) Furlong's camp in the rain forest, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 11.

(256) Furlong's expedition bogged down near Lake Cami; an Ona dwelling, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 12.

(259) Furlong's expedition fording a small river, 1908.



FOLDER : 13.

(259A) Fuegian artifacts, Buenos Aires, 1911.



FOLDER : 14.

(260) Four Onas of Furlong's expedition in open land between Viamente and Rio Grande, 1908.



FOLDER : 15.

(261) Four Onas (as above) on the move, 1908.



FOLDER : 16.

(262) Furlong's pack outfit, east coast of Tierra del Fuego, ca. March, 1908; glacier near Mt. Sarmiento, 1911.



FOLDER : 17.

(263) Furlong's pack outfit on bridge just south of Rio Grande, ca. February, 1908.



FOLDER : 18.

(264) Furlong with Argentine escort, north of Rio Grande, 1908.



FOLDER : 19.

(265) Ona woman and child, ca. 1908.



FOLDER : 20.

(266) Ona woman carrying child in fold of her capa, 1908.



FOLDER : 21.

(267) Two Ona children, ca. 1910.



FOLDER : 22.

(268) Four Ona children, ca. 1910.



FOLDER : 23.

(269) Two Ona children, January, 1908. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 24.

(270) Four Ona children, ca. 1910.



FOLDER : 25.

(271) Two Ona children, ca. 1910; woodland scene, 1908(?).



FOLDER : 26.

(272) Ona woman scraping a guanaco skin, 1908.



FOLDER : 27.

(273) Ona woman drying a guanaco skin, 1908.



FOLDER : 28.

(274) Two Ona women on the march, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 29.

(275) Two Ona women, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 30.

(276) Two Ona women travelling on open land, 1908.



FOLDER : 31.

(277) Two Ona women on shore of Lake Kami, January, 1908. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 32.

(278) Two Ona women with primitive spears, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 33.

(279) Two Ona women fishing with spears, 1908.



FOLDER : 34.

(280) Two Ona women fishing with spears, 1908.



FOLDER : 35.

(281) Two Ona women on seacoast near Cape Ewan, 1908.



FOLDER : 36.

(282) Two Ona women seated with dog, 1908.



FOLDER : 37.

(283) Three Ona women, 1908.



FOLDER : 38.

(284) Seven Ona women and some babies, 1908.



FOLDER : 39.

(285) Seven Ona women, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 40.

(286) Seven Ona women, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 41.

(287) Ona archer, ca. 1908.



FOLDER : 42.

(288) Ona fletcher, 1908.



FOLDER : 43.

(289) Ona fletcher making arrow head, 1908.



FOLDER : 44.

(290) Two Ona men in primitive shelter, 1908.



FOLDER : 45.

(291) Three Ona men and dog on the march, 1908.



FOLDER : 46.

(292) Three Ona men and dog on the march, January, 1908. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 47.

(293) Aanikin, an Ona warrior, ca. 1908. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 48.

(294) Group of Onas, one stringing his bow, 1908.



FOLDER : 49.

(295) Ona archer, view showing arrow release, 1908.



FOLDER : 50.

(296) Ona archer, 1908.



FOLDER : 51.

(297) Two Ona archers, 1908.



BOX XIV.

FOLDER : 1.

(298) Two Ona archers, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 2.

(299) Two Ona archers, January, 1908. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 3.

(300) Four Ona archers, 1908



FOLDER : 4.

(301) Four Ona archers, 1908.



FOLDER : 5.

(302) Four Ona archers, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 6.

(303) Four Ona archers, two photographs, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 7.

(304) Four Ona archers, 1908



Another, enlarged and framed, photograph of the four archers in the five photographs above, in the same setting but a different pose, can be seen hanging in the Stefansson Collection.



FOLDER : 8.

(305) Old Ona man, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 9.

(306) Old Ona man and wife in front of shelter, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 10.

(307) Old Ona man and wife in front of shelter, 1908.



FOLDER : 11.

(308) Old Ona man and wife in front of shelter, 1908.



FOLDER : 12.

(309) Old Ona man, drawing bow, and wife, 1908.



FOLDER : 13.

(310) Ona man and wife at dwelling, 1908.



FOLDER : 14.

(311) Ona man skinning a guanaco, 1908.



FOLDER : 15.

(312) Onas, two men, two women, and baby, 1908.



FOLDER : 16.

(313) Five Onas, as above, 1908.



FOLDER : 17.

(314) Six Onas in front of shelter, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 18.

(315) Two Ona families, 1908.



FOLDER : 19.

(316) Western Ona men, women, and children, 1908.



FOLDER : 20.

(317) Six Ona, rain forest, prior to 1908.



FOLDER : 21.

(318) Ona family in vicinity of Harberton, 1908.



FOLDER : 22.

(319) Ona making an arrow in front of shelter while family watches, 1908.



FOLDER : 23.

(320) Group of ostrasized Onas and shelter, 1908.



FOLDER : 24.

(321) Railway near Punta Arenas, 1911.



FOLDER : 25.

(322) First narrows, Strait of Magellan, 1907; coal mine near Punta Arenas, 1910; scene on Celia, September, 1907; entrance to coal mine near Punta Arenas, 1910.



FOLDER : 26.

(323) Improvised Ona shelter and arrow equipment, 1908.



FOLDER : 27.

(324) Interior of Ona dwelling, 1908.



FOLDER : 28.

(325) Group of Onas at forest edge, 1908.



FOLDER : 29.

(326) Group of Onas halted on march, 1908.



FOLDER : 30.

(327) Group of Onas halted on march, 1908.



FOLDER : 31.

(328) Group of Onas halted on march, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 32.

(329) Group of Onas on march, 1908.



FOLDER : 33.

(330) Five Onas on march, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 34.

(331) Group of Onas on march, 1908.



FOLDER : 35.

(332) Ona archers, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 36.

(333) Ona standing in a circle of his clan, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 37.

(334) Ona women setting up wigwam, 1908.



FOLDER : 38.

(335) Two Ona families; three Onas on march, 1908.



FOLDER : 39.

(336) Group of Onas in front of sod dwelling, 1908.



FOLDER : 40.

(337) Ona flaking an arrowhead, in group by shelter, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 41.

(338) Two Ona men wrestling in circle of spectators, 1908.



FOLDER : 42.

(339) Two Ona men wrestling in circle of spectators, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 43.

(340) Group of Onas on hilltop overlooking the sea; group of Onas resting on march, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 44.

(341) Two groups of Onas meeting near Cape Penas, 1908.



FOLDER : 45.

(342) Two groups of Onas near Rio Fuego, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 46.

(343) Group of Onas trekking along the shore near Rio Fuego, 1908.



FOLDER : 47.

(344) Ona man on top of a sand dune, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 48.

(345) Lucas Bridges with group of mounted Onas behind six standing Onas in capas, 1908.



FOLDER : 49.

(346) Front view of eastern Ona man, February, 1910.



FOLDER : 50.

(347) Three-quarter view of eastern Ona man, February, 1910.



FOLDER : 51.

(348) Profile of eastern Ona man, February, 1910.



FOLDER : 52.

(349) Eastern Onas, two views, north of Rio Grande, January, 1908.



BOX XV.

Western Ona; Silesian (Salesian) Mission



FOLDER : 1.

(350) Group of western Onas in vicinity of Useless Bay, 1907.



FOLDER : 2.

(351) Group of western Onas near Admiralty Sound, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 3.

(352) Group of western Onas south of Useless Bay, 1908.



FOLDER : 4.

(353) Western Ona woman holding a cured otter skin, 1911.



FOLDER : 5.

(354) Western Ona woman weaving a basket, 1911.



FOLDER : 6.

(355) Three western Onas held captive, 1908.



FOLDER : 7.

(356) Three western Ona women, 1907.



FOLDER : 8.

(357) Group of Onas on march, 1907; group of Ona women and Dawson Island Mission personnel, no date.



FOLDER : 9.

(358) Monsignor Jose Fagnano, founder of Salesian Brothers Mission on Dawson Island; Cerro de la Cruz at mission. These pictures were cut from a poster and dated 1907.



FOLDER : 10.

(359) Salesian Brothers Mission on Dawson Island. From poster, 1907.



FOLDER : 11.

(360) Salesian Brothers Mission on Dawson Island. From poster, 1907.



FOLDER : 12.

(361) Salesian Brothers Mission on Dawson Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 13.

(362) Bounty hunters. From poster, 1907.



FOLDER : 14.

(363) Onas at the mission; three Onas. From poster, 1907.



FOLDER : 15.

(364) Onas at the mission, two views. From poster, 1907.



FOLDER : 16.

(365) Ona women and girls at the mission, two views. From poster, 1907.



FOLDER : 17.

(366) Ona women spinning at mission; Ona men logging. From poster, 1907.



FOLDER : 18.

(367) Mission church; mission band. From poster, 1907.



FOLDER : 19.

(368) Indians, mostly Onas, at the mission, 1907.



Haush



FOLDER : 20.

(369A) Haush man with half-breed and Yahgan wives and two others, front view, Harberton, January, 1908.



FOLDER : 21.

(369B) Garibaldi of the Haush tribe, Fuegia, 1965.



FOLDER : 22.

(370) Profile of group in (369A), January, 1908.



Patagonian Channels; Punta Arenas; Charcot



FOLDER : 23.

(371) Scene in Patagonian Archipelago, Chile, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 24.

(372) Scene in Patagonian Archipelago, Chile, 1908.



FOLDER : 25.

(373) Scene in Patagonian Archipelago, Chile, ca. 1908.



FOLDER : 26.

(374) Cape Froward, Strait of Magellan, Chile, 1911.



FOLDER : 27.

(375) Evangelista Islands, 1907.



FOLDER : 28.

(376) Scene in the Patagonian channels, Chile, no date.



FOLDER : 29.

(377) Three scenes in Chilean Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 30.

(378) Glacier, Patagonian channels, Chile, 1908.



FOLDER : 31.

(379) Cerro Balmacedo in the Adelaide Archipelago, Chile, 1907.



FOLDER : 32.

(380) Cerro Balmacedo, 1907.



FOLDER : 33.

(381) Scene in Last Hope Inlet, Chile, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 34.

(382) Channelways near Last Hope Inlet, 1908.



FOLDER : 35.

(383) Glacier, Cerro Balmacedo, prior to 1907.



FOLDER : 36.

(384) Last Hope Inlet, 1908.



FOLDER : 37.

(385) Celia at anchor, Punta Arenas, Chile, 1907.



FOLDER : 38.

(386) Vessels anchored, Punta Arenas, 1907.



FOLDER : 39.

(387) Punta Arenas, the southernmost city of the world, 1907.



FOLDER : 40.

(388) Roadstead of Punta Arenas, ca. October, 1907.



FOLDER : 41.

(389) Waterfront, Punta Arenas; meteorological station on New Year Island, 1907.



FOLDER : 42.

(390) Two views of Punta Arenas, 1907.



FOLDER : 43.

(391) Cathedral and governor's palace, Punta Arenas, 1907.



FOLDER : 44.

(392) Home of Mauricio Braun, Punta Arenas, two views, 1907.



FOLDER : 45.

(393) Home of Madame Valenzuelas, Punta Arenas, 1907.



FOLDER : 46.

(394) Home of Mauricio Braun, Punta Arenas, 1907.



FOLDER : 47.

(395) One of Braun-Menendez brothers on a polo field near Buenos Aires, 1926.



FOLDER : 48.

(396) Polo game on field near Buenos Aires, ca. August, 1926.



FOLDER : 49.

(397) Mt. Sarmiento; statue of Magellan, Punta Arenas, no date.



FOLDER : 50.

(398) Mt. Sarmiento from an old woodcut.



BOX XVI.

FOLDER : 1.

(399) Pourquoi-Pas? at anchor, Punta Arenas, 1911.



FOLDER : 2.

(400) Pourquoi-Pas? at anchor, Punta Arenas, 1911.



FOLDER : 3.

(401) Pourquoi-Pas? in the entrance to Scoresby Sound, east Greenland, August, 1936.



FOLDER : 4.

(402) Jean Baptiste Charcot, Punta Arenas, 1911.



FOLDER : 5.

(403) Deck of the Pourquoi-Pas?, Punta Arenas, 1911.



FOLDER : 6.

(404) Deck of the Pourquoi-Pas?, Punta Arenas, 1911.



FOLDER : 7.

(405) Storm on waterfront, Punta Arenas, 1907; Cape Froward, 1911.



FOLDER : 8.

(406) Royal Hotel, Punta Arenas, ca. 1908.



FOLDER : 9.

(407) Royal Hotel, Punta Arenas, 1907.



FOLDER : 10.

(408) Hotel Genova, Punta Arenas, October, 1907.



FOLDER : 11.

(409) House built of beer bottles, Punta Arenas, 1907.



FOLDER : 12.

(410) Castaways of Hazel Branch; wreck of Hazel Branch, southern Patagonia, no date.



FOLDER : 13.

(411) Admiral Sebree and guests aboard U.S.S. Tennessee, Punta Arenas, 1907.



FOLDER : 14.

(412) Deck scene, U.S. special service squadron ship, Punta Arenas, 1907.



FOLDER : 15.

(413) U.S. “White Squadron,” Strait of Magellan, 1908.



FOLDER : 16.

(414) U.S. “White Squadron,” day and night views, Punta Arenas, 1908.



FOLDER : 17.

(415) Map of southern South America showing boundary between Argentina and Chile, 1907-1908, from a drawing by Furlong.



Patagonia Maps; Gallegos; Tehuelches; Fauna; Sheep



FOLDER : 18.

(416) Map showing past and present distribution of the Patagonians, ca. 1908, from a drawing by Furlong.



FOLDER : 19.

(417) Map showing route of Furlong's expedition from Gallegos to Lago Argentino, 1908, from a drawing by Furlong.



FOLDER : 20.

(417A) Map showing “Furlong Island” in Lago Argentino, 1908. Photograph of a drawing in Furlong's field notebooks.



FOLDER : 21.

(417B) Guanacos on mountain, 1908. Photograph of a pencil drawing in Furlong's field notebooks.



FOLDER : 22.

(417C) “Devil's Bouliche,” 1908. Photograph of a pencil drawing in Furlong's field notebooks.



FOLDER : 23.

(418) Furlong on horse at Ernest Cattle's ranch, Lago Argentino, February, 1908.



FOLDER : 24.

(419) Fiat truck, Gallegos, Southern Patagonia, Argentina, 1908.



FOLDER : 25.

(420) Horses swimming in river; beach at Gallegos, prior to 1907.



FOLDER : 26.

(421) Hotel Argentino, Gallegos; unloading wool from a lighter, Gallegos, 1908.



FOLDER : 27.

(422) Homer Wilson roping a longhorn, Pendleton, Oregon, 1914. (Wilson had been in Patagonia, and Furlong believed that he had robbed a bank in Gallegos.)



FOLDER : 28.

(423) Group of Tehuelches in Gallegos; wool freighter, Gallegos, 1908.



FOLDER : 29.

(424) Tehuelche delegations near Gallegos, two views, before and during 1908.



FOLDER : 30.

(425) Three Tehuelches in Gallegos, 1908; Tehuelche display in Smithsonian Institute (?), ca. 1920.



FOLDER : 31.

(426) Tehuelches, three views, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 32.

(427) Herbert Felton's ranch, Patagonia, ca. 1908.



FOLDER : 33.

(428) Herbert Felton, 1908.



FOLDER : 34.

(429) Herbert Felton in his garden, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 35.

(429A) Branding horses on Felton's ranch, February, 1908.



FOLDER : 36.

(430) Horses in river, prior to 1907; beach of Gallegos River at Felton's ranch, February, 1908.



FOLDER : 37.

(431) Studebaker buggy, Patagonia, March, 1908.



FOLDER : 38.

(432) Ranch scenes, Patagonia, prior to 1907.



FOLDER : 39.

(433) Sheep on the pampas, Patagonia, 1911.



FOLDER : 40.

(434) Wool carts, four views, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 41.

(435) Overturned wool cart, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 42.

(436) Wool carts, Patagonia, February, 1908; English sheep rancher, Patagonia, March, 1908.



FOLDER : 43.

(437) Typical frontier sheep ranch, Patagonia, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 44.

(438) Ranch scene, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 45.

(439) Ranch scene, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 46.

(440) Ranch house, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 47.

(441) Settlers and house, Patagonia, March, 1908.



FOLDER : 48.

(442) Horse outfit in pampas, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 49.

(443) Valley scene; mountain and lake scene, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 50.

(444) Pampa country, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 51.

(445) Western Patagonia near the foothills of the Andes, 1907.



BOX XVII.

FOLDER : 1.

(445A) Furlong's expedition crossing Coyle River, Patagonia, February, 1908.



FOLDER : 2.

(446) Men and horses in pampa country, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 3.

(447) Where wooded country meets the pampa, Patagonia, prior to 1908.



FOLDER : 4.

(448) Pampa and foothills scene, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 5.

(449) Scene along the Santa Cruz River, Patagonia, prior to 1908.



FOLDER : 6.

(450) Santa Cruz River, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 7.

(451) Foothill country approaching the Andes, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 8.

(452) Rancher and horse, foothills, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 9.

(453) River (Santa Cruz?), Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 10.

(454) River scene, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 11.

(455) Furlong's expedition, pampas; three Tehuelche men, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 12.

(456) Pampas a little west of Tres Lagunas, Patagonia, ca. March, 1908.



FOLDER : 13.

(457) High pampas, three views, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 14.

(458) Scene in Tehuelche village; pampas; foothills, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 15.

(459) Tame ostrich, two views, Patagonia, prior to 1908.



FOLDER : 16.

(460) Sheep dogs and wild goose in snow, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 17.

(461) Tehuelche holding boleadores, Patagonia; penguin rookery on New Year Island; ranch scene, Patagonia; Patagonian skunk, ca. 1908.



FOLDER : 18.

(462) Three guanacos, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 19.

(463) Three guanacos, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 20.

(464) Riders leading a captured guanaco, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 21.

(465) Guanaco shot on pampas, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 22.

(466) Condor, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 23.

(467) Puma caught in trap, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 24.

(468) Herd of half-wild horses on high pampas, Patagonia, 1908.



Tehuelches (All photographs taken in Patagonia, 1908, unless otherwise noted)



FOLDER : 25.

(469) Two half-breed Tehuelche children.



FOLDER : 26.

(470) Tehuelche woman carrying fuel to toldo (tent).



FOLDER : 27.

(470A) Drunk Tehuelches around toldo.



FOLDER : 28.

(471) Two Tehuelche women and child.



FOLDER : 29.

(472) Tehuelche woman on horseback ready to move camp. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 30.

(473) Tehuelche man, profile, Ushuaia, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 31.

(474) Tehuelche man, front view, Ushuaia, November, 1907.



FOLDER : 32.

(475) Tehuelche man and child; Tehuelche man; Tehuelche man (473).



FOLDER : 33.

(476) Tehuelche chief.



FOLDER : 34.

(477) Two Tehuelche men.



FOLDER : 35.

(478) Three Tehuelche men having a meal. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 36.

(479) Two Tehuelche men on the high pampas.



FOLDER : 37.

(480) Tehuelche man and horse on the high pampas.



FOLDER : 38.

(481) Tehuelche man and horse. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



FOLDER : 39.

(482) Tehuelche man on horseback.



FOLDER : 40.

(483) Half-breed and drunk Tehuelches in front of toldo; Tehuelche holding bolas.



FOLDER : 41.

(484) Tehuelche man on horseback watching Furlong break camp.



FOLDER : 42.

(485) Tehuelche man in resting position on horseback.



FOLDER : 43.

(486) Tehuelche man on horseback swinging bolas.



FOLDER : 44.

(487) Two Tehuelche horsemen.



FOLDER : 45.

(488) Furlong's horse on riverbank; two Tehuelche men; settler's home.



FOLDER : 46.

(489) Gaucho and wife visiting Tehuelche toldo; half-breed and white men at Tehuelche toldo.



FOLDER : 47.

(490) Gaucho and wife visiting Tehuelche toldo.



FOLDER : 48.

(491) Four views of Tehuelches, three inside toldos.



FOLDER : 49.

(492) Three Tehuelche women and child in toldo.



FOLDER : 50.

(493) Tehuelche camp.



BOX XVIII.

FOLDER : 1.

(494) Drunk Tehuelches; Tehuelche toldo.



FOLDER : 2.

(495) Front of toldo; toldo interior; toldo.



FOLDER : 3.

(496) Toldos, scene of drinking mentioned on many photographs.



FOLDER : 4.

(497) Typical Tehuelche camp.



FOLDER : 5.

(498) Small Tehuelche camp.



FOLDER : 6.

(499) Furlong's expedition crossing the pampas between the Coyle and Santa Cruz Rivers. Photograph of a painting by Furlong.



Patagonia over Andes; Ernest Cattle's Ranch (All in southwestern Patagonia, 1908, unless otherwise noted)



FOLDER : 7.

(500) Silhouette of Furlong's expedition nearing Tres Lagunas.



FOLDER : 8.

(501) Furlong's tent, two views.



FOLDER : 9.

(502) Four scenes of Furlong's expedition.



FOLDER : 10.

(503) Furlong sleeping and camp equipment.



FOLDER : 11.

(504) Furlong's horses.



FOLDER : 12.

(505) Horse skeletons at an abandoned Tehuelche camp.



FOLDER : 13.

(506) Furlong and horse on high pampas.



FOLDER : 14.

(507) Gaucho and cantor in a tavern.



FOLDER : 15.

(508) Furlong's horses.



FOLDER : 16.

(508A) Furlong rounding up his horses.



FOLDER : 17.

(509) Scene probably at the head of Lago Argentino.



FOLDER : 18.

(510) Scene in the foothills of the Andes.



FOLDER : 19.

(511) Some of Furlong's horses and a herd of guanaco.



FOLDER : 20.

(512) Ernest Cattle's ranch, three views.



FOLDER : 21.

(513) Foothills of the Andes.



FOLDER : 22.

(514) Ernest Cattle's ranch in the foothills.



FOLDER : 23.

(515) Foothills of the Andes; Cattle's ranch house.



FOLDER : 24.

(516) Ernest Cattle and Jack Harris (Cattle's wife) in front of ranch house.



FOLDER : 25.

(517) Stranded whale, east coast of Tierra del Fuego; Ernest Cattle in front of ranch house.



FOLDER : 26.

(518) Jack Harris (Cattle's wife) with bag of wild geese after hunt.



FOLDER : 27.

(519) Jack Harris on horseback.



FOLDER : 28.

(520) Jack Harris; quarterdeck of the Pourquoi-Pas?, Punta Arenas, 1910.



FOLDER : 29.

(521) Sheep on Cattle's ranch.



FOLDER : 30.

(522) Count Weikenburg and Furlong.



FOLDER : 31.

(522A) High Andes southeast of Lago Argentino.



FOLDER : 32.

(523) Wild horses in Andes.



FOLDER : 33.

(524) Glacier and ice floes at the head of Lago Argentino, 1907.



FOLDER : 34.

(525) Glacier at the head of Lago Argentino, ca. 1911.



FOLDER : 35.

(525A) Ernest Cattle in dory, 1909.



FOLDER : 36.

(526) Glacier at head of Lago Argentino, 1912.



FOLDER : 37.

(527) Icebergs in Lago Argentino, two views, 1909.



FOLDER : 38.

(528) Icebergs from glacier in Lago Argentino, three views, 1909.



FOLDER : 39.

(528A) Furlong's expedition approaching the foothills.



FOLDER : 40.

(529) Forest scenes.



FOLDER : 41.

(530) Furlong's expedition starting across the Andes.



Patagonia; Captain Eberhardt



FOLDER : 42.

(531) Furlong's horses in the cordillera of the Andes, March, 1908.



FOLDER : 43.

(532) Captain Eberhardt and gold prospecting party, Last Hope Inlet, Chile, ca. 1907.



FOLDER : 44.

(533) Eberhardt's house, Last Hope Inlet, ca. 1908.



FOLDER : 45.

(534) Eberhardt and wife, Last Hope Inlet, 1907.



FOLDER : 46.

(535) Cave of the giant sloth (neo-mylodon), Last Hope Inlet, 1908.



FOLDER : 47.

(535A) Entrance to Last Hope Inlet, ca. 1914.



FOLDER : 48.

(536) Cave of the giant sloth, Last Hope Inlet, 1908.



FOLDER : 49.

(537) Hide of giant sloth (neo-mylodon) in the British Museum, ca. 1899.



FOLDER : 50.

(538) Hide of giant sloth in the British Museum, ca. 1899.



BOX XIX.

Photographs



The photographs in this group (four boxes) are mostly of South American subjects and are arranged by countries, plus Tierra del Fuego. A miscellaneous section follows the South American photographs. Some of this group are duplicates of photographs in the proceding group, some are annotated, and many are postcards. Number of photographs in each folder is shown in parentheses.



Argentina



FOLDER : 1.

Andes Mountains between Argentina and Chile: carriages and railroad, (15).



FOLDER : 2.

Andes Mountains between Argentina and Chile: maps of transcontinental railraod from drawings by Furlong, 1910, (2).



FOLDER : 3.

Andes Mountains between Argentina and Chile: miscellaneous, (17).



FOLDER : 4.

City views, buildings, etc., (21).



FOLDER : 5.

Comodoro Rivadavia, area of Boer colony and oil fields, (7).



FOLDER : 6.

Farm and ranch products and transportation, (15).



FOLDER : 7.

Farm and ranch products and transportation, (12).



FOLDER : 8.

Gauchos (16). (See also: Chile.)



FOLDER : 9.

Gauchos, (12).



FOLDER : 10.

Gauchos, (11).



FOLDER : 11.

Indians, (23).



FOLDER : 12.

Indians, mostly Tehuelches, (17).



FOLDER : 13.

Indians, mostly Tehuelches, (17).



FOLDER : 14.

Lago Argentino region, (29). Includes fourteen of Jack Harris, wife of Ernest Cattle, and one of Furlong's party.



FOLDER : 15.

Natural scenery, (9).



FOLDER : 16.

Patagonia, (16).



FOLDER : 17.

Patagonia, (16).



FOLDER : 18.

Ruins, Santo Domingo; and dam in northern Argentina.



FOLDER : 19.

Rural scenes.



FOLDER : 20.

Ship Rivadavia launched, (5).



FOLDER : 21.

Soldiers, (4).



FOLDER : 22.

Wildlife, (5).



Bolivia



FOLDER : 23.

Indians, (34).



FOLDER : 24.

Indians in reed boats, (9).



FOLDER : 25.

Llamas, (11)



FOLDER : 26.

Miscellaneous, (36).



FOLDER : 27.

Natural scenery, (20).



BOX XX.

FOLDER : 1.

People, some identified as friends of Furlong, (13).



FOLDER : 2.

Street scenes, (16).



FOLDER : 3.

Tiaguanaco, (15).



Brazil



FOLDER : 4.

Botanical gardens, (6).



FOLDER : 5.

City scenes, many of Sao Paulo, (15).



FOLDER : 6.

City scenes, (31).



FOLDER : 7.

Coffee, (10).



FOLDER : 8.

Flora and fauna, mostly in institutions, (21).



FOLDER : 9.

Indians, (8)



FOLDER : 10.

Indians, five women of a tribe probably north of Xingu River. Acquired by Furlong from a field anthropologist about 1910.



FOLDER : 11.

Indians and negroes, (8).



FOLDER : 12.

Miscellaneous, (15).



FOLDER : 13.

Miscellaneous, (25).



FOLDER : 14.

Paulist museum, including a photograph of Indian artifacts, (4).



FOLDER : 15.

Rio de Janeiro and surroundings, (15).



FOLDER : 16.

Yporanga: grotto, monument, and houses, (7).



British Guiana



FOLDER : 17.

Indians, (8).



FOLDER : 18.

Miscellaneous, (11).



Chile



FOLDER : 19.

Booklet of photographs, Vistas de Chile: Tipos i Costumbres, Santiago, no date. Many of the photographs in this booklt appear elsewhere in this collection, and Indians here called Araucanos (Araucanians) are called Mapuches elsewhere.



FOLDER : 20.

Gauchos, (9).



FOLDER : 21.

Indians, Araucanian and Mapuches, (12).



FOLDER : 22.

Indians. Contact prints of photographs of Indians displayed in the Museo Regional Salesiano, Instituto Don Bosco, Punta Arenas, Chile. These prints were taken by E. Jack Miller in 1964 (See his letter of April 25, 1964). Indians include Onas, Yahgans, Mapuches, and perhaps others. Some of the photographs are earlier ones by Furlong and appear elsewhere in this collection. Negatives included.



FOLDER : 23.

Miscellaneous, (17).



FOLDER : 24.

Santiago and vicinity, (11).



Columbia



FOLDER : 25.

Furlong's trip: list of sixty pictures, “Description of Columbian Views.” Includes thirteen of the pictures, (13).



FOLDER : 26.

Furlong's trip: fourteen more pictures on list above, (14).



FOLDER : 27.

Miscellaneous, including views of Bogota and Cartegena, (18).



FOLDER : 28.

Miscellaneous, (21).



Ecuador



FOLDER : 29.

Dugout canoes bringing fruit to Guayaquil, (1).



FOLDER : 30.

Shrunken heads, (3).



French Guiana



FOLDER : 31.

Indians, group of Iracoubo, (1).



FOLDER : 32.

Miscellaneous, (42).



FOLDER : 33.

Women's costume, (8).



Paraguay



FOLDER : 34.

Indians, (2).



FOLDER : 35.

Miscellaneous, including ruins, (31)



Peru



FOLDER : 36.

Catalogue: Exhibition of Photographs Taken By the Peruvian Expeditions of the National Geographic Society and Yale University in 1911, 1912, 1914, and 1915. No photographs included, and none of Furlong's photographs is described.



FOLDER : 37.

Miscellaneous, (18).



FOLDER : 38.

Miscellaneous, (23).



BOX XXI.

Surinam



FOLDER : 1.

Birth of Princess Juliana, a notice and declaration of Surinam's loyalty by a committee, April 30, 1909. Photograph of a framed document, (1).



FOLDER : 2.

Chinese-Negro woman, (1).



FOLDER : 3.

Coolies or East Indians, mostly women in native costume, (8).



FOLDER : 4.

Creole (mulatto) women, (7).



FOLDER : 5.

Indian-negro girl, (1).



FOLDER : 6.

Indians, Arowaha, (5).



FOLDER : 7.

Indians, Caribs and their artifacts, (18).



FOLDER : 8.

Indians, Christianized, (1).



FOLDER : 9.

Indians, and canoes, village, shelters, weaving, hammocks, etc., (9).



FOLDER : 10.

Gold mining and canals, (6).



FOLDER : 11.

Javanese gamblers and musicians, (3).



FOLDER : 12.

Javanese girl, (1).



FOLDER : 13.

Jungle and miscellaneous views, (8).



FOLDER : 14.

Map showing Furlong's route from St. Laurent to Paramaribo. Photographs of a drawing by Furlong, (2).



FOLDER : 15.

Negro girls and women, (10).



FOLDER : 16.

Negroes: “Bush-Negroes,” canoes, village, (7).



FOLDER : 17.

Negroes: “Bush-Negroes” on Furlong's expedition, (10).



FOLDER : 18.

Paramaribo: club, government house, botanical gardens, cathedral, funerals, etc., (10).



FOLDER : 19.

Paramaribo: general and street scenes, (15).



FOLDER : 20.

Races: five little girls of Chinese, White, Coolie, Javanese, and Negro descent, (1).



FOLDER : 21.

Railroad, mostly construction, (16).



FOLDER : 22.

Railroad construction, (9).



FOLDER : 23.

Railroad stations, (6).



FOLDER : 24.

Rock sculptures near Carib village of Timehri. Photograph of rubbings by Furlong, 1911, (1).



FOLDER : 25.

Rubber trees and Clevia Estate, (10).



Tierra del Fuego



FOLDER : 26.

Miscellaneous lists and notes.



FOLDER : 27.

Gold washing district, ca. 1908, (14).



FOLDER : 28.

Indians, Alaculoofs, (6).



FOLDER : 29.

Indians, Haush, (2).



FOLDER : 30.

Indians, Onas, (18).



FOLDER : 31.

Indians, Onas, (18).



FOLDER : 32.

Indians, Yahgans, (23).



FOLDER : 33.

Indians, Yahgans and canoes, (10).



FOLDER : 34.

Indians, Yahgan initiation hut and tablets, (8). Includes photocopy of an article in German.



FOLDER : 35.

Indians on postcards made from Furlong's pictures, (6). Includes a note by Furlong.



FOLDER : 36.

Miscellaneous, (23).



FOLDER : 37.

Natural scenery, (22).



FOLDER : 38.

San Sebastian area, (11).



BOX XXII.

Uruguay



FOLDER : 1.

Miscellaneous, (19).



Venezuela



FOLDER : 2.

Maps drawn by Furlong, (2).



FOLDER : 3.

Miscellaneous, (12).



FOLDER : 4.

Miscellaneous, (11).



Miscellaneous



FOLDER : 5.

Boats and sailors, (11).



FOLDER : 6.

Cuba, miscellaneous, (22).



FOLDER : 6A.

Faisal I, King of Syria and Iraq, 1919. Annotated.



FOLDER : 7.

Flat arch, Santo Domingo, (1).



FOLDER : 8.

Furlong and others in Yucatan, (7).



FOLDER : 9.

Furlong on expedition, (15).



FOLDER : 10.

Horse, a drawing done by Furlong in 1892, (1).



FOLDER : 11.

Indian tepees, Crow Agency, Montana, 1947, (2).



FOLDER : 12.

Indians, unidentified; but of the five photographs, one appears to be of western Onas, one of Yahgans, and one of an Araucanian man, (5).



FOLDER : 13.

Man and horse in action, models for a painting by Furlong, an envelope, with a note on it by Furlong, of cropped photographs and fragments.



FOLDER : 14.

Maps drawn by Furlong: course of the Kitty A., Newport, Rhode Island, to Azores and Canaries; Gibralter; Maltese Islands; North America, showing air and naval bases; Santa Maria Island; Tenerife, (8).



FOLDER : 15.

Natural scenery, (5).



FOLDER : 16.

North Africa, maps drawn by Furlong, (6).



FOLDER : 17.

North Africa, miscellaneous, some annotated by Furlong, ca. 1904, (35).



FOLDER : 18.

Painting by Adrian Brauwer, (1).



FOLDER : 19.

Pan American Union Building, exterior and courtyard views, one including William Howard Taft, (11).



FOLDER : 20.

Pan American Union Building, interior views, (11).



FOLDER : 21.

Panama, miscellaneous, including two of Chokoi Indians, (13).



FOLDER : 22.

Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel B., and Mt. McKinley, ca. 1910-1912, (4).



(See also: Cook-Peary Controversy. The Parker-Browne Expedition allegedly exposed Cook's Mt. McKinley “hoax.”)



FOLDER : 23.

People, unidentified, (5).



FOLDER : 24.

Rural scenes, (11).



FOLDER : 25.

Ships, (12).



FOLDER : 26.

Ships, Pourquoi-Pas? (bark) and H.M.S. Liffey, (2).



FOLDER : 27.

Ships, views on board, (13).



FOLDER : 28.

Ships, views on board, (13).



FOLDER : 28A.

Tenerife, the bull ring.



FOLDER : 29.

Towns and villages, (8).



FOLDER : 30.

Wildlife, including two pictures of wild horses in Arizona, (24).



Photographic negatives. (Unless otherwise stated, most of these negatives are from 1907-1911.)



South America



FOLDER : 31.

List of negatives. Small notebook listing 1417 negatives, many of which are in this collection, ca. 1911.



FOLDER : 32.

Argentina: Buenos Aires, including E. Lucas Bridges and members of the Braun-Menendez family



FOLDER : 33.

Argentina: La Plata; northwest Argentina; and the Parana, Paraguay, and Uruguay Rivers.



FOLDER : 34.

Argentina-Chile: Trans-Andean realroad and passes.



FOLDER : 35.

Bolivia: Caracoles tin mine (Pongo); high plains (La Paz-Villazon), ca. 1926.



FOLDER : 36.

Bolivia: La Paz, ca. 1926.



BOX XXIII.

FOLDER : 1.

Bolivia: Lake Titicaca; and miscellaneous, ca. 1926.



FOLDER : 2.

Bolivia: Potosi; and Potosi to Sucre, ca. 1926.



FOLDER : 3.

Bolivia: Sacambaya River and treasure hunt, ca. 1926.



FOLDER : 4.

Bolivia: Sucre, Nuccho, and Villa Carmen; and Sucre to Cochebamba, ca. 1926.



FOLDER : 5.

Bolivia: Unidentified; and Yungas, ca. 1926.



FOLDER : 6.

Brazil: Bahia; Ipiranga; Para; and Pernambuco.



FOLDER : 7.

Brazil: Rio de Janeiro.



FOLDER : 8.

Brazil: São Paulo; Santos; and unidentified.



FOLDER : 9.

British Guiana.



FOLDER : 10.

Chile: Central Valley and Estancia Santa Ana; Chuquicamata, tin and copper mines; and nitrate fields.



FOLDER : 11.

Chile: Santiago, ships and Valparaiso harbor; and west coast



FOLDER : 12.

Chile-Peru: Tacna-Arica, ca. 1925-1926.



FOLDER : 13.

Chile-Peru: Tacna-Arica and plebiscitary commission, ca. 1925-1926.



FOLDER : 14.

French Guiana: Cayenne; St. Laurent and prison; and miscellaneous.



FOLDER : 15.

Paraguay: Asuncion and Furlong's journey, ca. 1925.



FOLDER : 16.

Patagonia: Furlong expedition, 1907-1908.



FOLDER : 17.

Patagonia: Indians, Tehuelches.



FOLDER : 18.

Patagonia: miscellaneous.



FOLDER : 19.

Peru: Callao and other coastal towns; and Cuzco



FOLDER : 20.

Peru: Cuzco, ruins of Inca fortress; Cuzco-Juliaca and Aymara fiesta; and Inca ruins at Allantaytambo.



FOLDER : 21.

Peru: Lake Titicaca; Lima, Pucara, Puno, etc.; and unidentified.



FOLDER : 22.

South America: animals in captivity; and miscellaneous and unidentified.



FOLDER : 23.

Surinam: Bosch (Bush-Negroes); Carib Indians; and miscellaneous.



FOLDER : 24.

Tierra del Fuego: channelways, mountains and glaciers.



FOLDER : 25.

Tierra del Fuego: Indians, Onas.



BOX XXIV.

FOLDER : 1.

Tierra del Fuego: Indians, Ona and Yahgan dermatoglyphs.



FOLDER : 2.

Tierra del Fuego: Indians, Yahgans, Haush, and Alacaloofs.



FOLDER : 3.

Tierra del Fuego: miscellaneous.



FOLDER : 4.

Uruguay.



FOLDER : 5.

Venezuela: Cagua to Caracas; Caracas; and Ciudad Bolivar.



FOLDER : 6.

Venezuela: Coche; and coast and coastal towns.



FOLDER : 7.

Venezuela: Curiapo; La Calota (Larralde's); and La Guayra and surroundings.



FOLDER : 8.

Venezuela: Llanos; miscellaneous; and Orinoco River and towns.



BOX XXV.

FOLDER : 1.

Venezuela: San Cristobal (Cristobal Colon); San Fernando; and Santa Agua.



Miscellaneous



FOLDER : 2.

Mexico and Central America, mostly Yucatan, ca. 1941.



FOLDER : 3.

Trinidad and Danish West Indies.



FOLDER : 4.

Miscellaneous: Treasure Room exhibit of Furlong Collection; Furlongs; Roger Furlong; Pourquois-Pas?; and launching of Rivadavia.



BOX XXVI.

Glass slides



Africa



FOLDER : 1-23.

Natives, mostly in the Congo, including pygmies.



FOLDER : 24-26.

Leaders, including Jomo Kenyatta.



FOLDER : 27-34.

Natural scenery.



FOLDER : 35-42.

Expedition, safari.



FOLDER : 43-50.

Wild animals, game trophies.



BOX XXVII.

FOLDER : 1-4.

Wild animals, game trophies (cont.)



FOLDER : 5-8.

Maps of sub-Saharan Africa and the Congo.



Argentina



FOLDER : 9-57.

Miscellaneous, including Patagonia.



BOX XXVIII.

FOLDER : 1-15.

Miscellaneous, including Patagonia (cont.).



Azores and West African Islands



FOLDER : 16-40.

Cruise of the Kitty A.



Bolivia



FOLDER : 41-54.

Miscellaneous.



BOX XXIX.

FOLDER : 1-26.

Miscellaneous.



FOLDER : 27-44.

Bolivians, mostly Indians.



FOLDER : 45-54.

Sacambaya River and treasure hunt.



BOX XXX.

FOLDER : 1-17.

Sacambaya River and treasure hunt (cont.).



Mediterranean Area



FOLDER : 18-25.

Gibraltar



FOLDER : 26-56.

T. E. Lawrence, Arabs, Turkey and Near East, and North Africa.



BOX XXXI.

Mexico, Yucatan



FOLDER : 1-2.

Maps.



FOLDER : 3-5.

Furlong.



FOLDER : 6-22.

City scenes, buildings, and people.



FOLDER : 23-38.

Rural scenes, campesinos, and natural scenery.



FOLDER : 39-49.

Furlong on trip to Maya ruins.



FOLDER : 50-59.

Maya ruins.



BOX XXXII.

FOLDER : 1-23.

Maya ruins (cont.).



FOLDER : 24-27.

Unidentified ruins, possibly not Mexico.



Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego



FOLDER : 28-47.

Furlong expedition.



FOLDER : 48-55.

Indians.



BOX XXXIII.

FOLDER : 1-19.

Indians (cont.).



Tierra del Fuego



FOLDER : 20-59.

Lecture series. Includes many Indians, but most of them can also be found in the photographs.



BOX XXXIV.

FOLDER : 1-45.

Lecture series (cont.).



Venezuela



FOLDER : 46-57.

City scenes, buildings, etc.



BOX XXXV.

FOLDER : 1-6.

City scenes, buildings, etc.



FOLDER : 7-44.

Rural and village scenes.



FOLDER : 45-55.

Natural scenery.



BOX XXXVI.

FOLDER : 1-13.

Ships and boats



FOLDER : 14-23.

Miscellaneous



Miscellaneous



FOLDER : 24-60.

Miscellaneous and unidentified.



BOX XXXVII.

Footprints and handprints (dermatoglyphs).



FOLDER : 1.

Note and list concerning the prints.



FOLDER : 2.

(1) Ahnikin, Ona man, footprint.



FOLDER : 3.

(2) Chamuta, Ona girl, footprint.



FOLDER : 4.

(3) Halimink, Ona man, footprint.



FOLDER : 5.

(4) Haytutt, Ona girl, footprint.



FOLDER : 6.

(5) Otretelay, Ona woman, footprint.



FOLDER : 7.

(6) Puppup, Ona man, footprint.



FOLDER : 8.

(7) Shoyin, Ona boy, footprint.



FOLDER : 9.

(8) Warkeeo, Ona girl, right footprint.



FOLDER : 10.

(9) Warkeeo, Ona girl, left footprint.



FOLDER : 11.

(10) Lahpahkurraurakeepah, Yahgan woman, footprint.



FOLDER : 12.

(11) Oharnarpurrin, Yahgan woman, footprint.



FOLDER : 13.

(12) Poorahmikeepah, Yahgan woman, footprint.



FOLDER : 14.

(13) “William,” Yahgan man, footprint.



FOLDER : 15.

(14) Wagein, Tehuelche man, footprint.



FOLDER : 16.

(15) C. W. Furlong, footprint.



FOLDER : 17.

(16) Arecin, Ona man, right handprint.



FOLDER : 18.

(17) Arecin, Ona man, left handprint.



FOLDER : 19.

(18) Haliminck, Ona man, handprint.



FOLDER : 20.

(19) Puppup, Ona man, handprint.



FOLDER : 21.

(20) Shoyin, Ona boy, right handprint.



FOLDER : 22.

(21) Shoyin, Ona boy, left handprint.



FOLDER : 23.

(22) Chamuta, Ona girl, handprint.



FOLDER : 24.

(23) Haytutt, Ona girl, handprint.



FOLDER : 25.

(24) Lahpahkurraurakeepah, Yahgan woman, handprint.



FOLDER : 26.

(25) Otretelay, Ona woman, handprint.



FOLDER : 27.

(26) Warkeeo, Ona girl, left handprint.



FOLDER : 28.

(27) Warkeeo, Ona girl, right handprint.



FOLDER : 29.

(28) Sarnahwanjingez, Yahgan man, handprint.



FOLDER : 30.

(29) “William,” Yahgan man, handprint.



BOX. XXXVIII.

FOLDER : 1.

(30) O[h]arnarpurrin, Yahgan woman, right handprint.



FOLDER : 2.

(31) O[h]arnarpurrin, Yahgan woman, right handprint.



FOLDER : 3.

(32) Poorahmikeepah, Yahgan woman, handprint.



FOLDER : 4.

(33) Wagein, Tehuelche man, handprint.



FOLDER : 5.

(34) C. W. Furlong, left handprint.



FOLDER : 6.

(35) C. W. Furlong, right handprint.



FOLDER : 7.

(36) Ona baby, handprint and footprint.



FOLDER : 8.

(37) “Rosa,” Yahgan girl, handprint and footprint.



FOLDER : 9.

(38) Yahgan baby, handprint and footprint.



FOLDER : 10.

(39) Ahnikin, Ona man, outline of hand.



FOLDER : 11.

(40) Halimink, Ona man, outline of hand.



FOLDER : 12.

(41) Roger Wellington/Furlong, American baby, outline of hand.



FOLDER : 13.

(42) Ahkookione, Ona woman, outline of hand.



FOLDER : 14.

(43) Warkeeo, Ona girl, outline of hand.



FOLDER : 15.

Ruth, American girl, outline of hand.



BOX XXXIX.

Music: Lists and phonotapes. (For detailed lists and descriptions of the tapes and records, Boxes XXXIX-XLIII, see those of Judith Gray, American Folklore Center, Library of Congress, in Folder 1 of this box.)



FOLDER : 1.

Lists and descriptions of Yahgan and Ona Indian music and spoken words in the Furlong Collection, including draft and excerpts from notes made by Judith Gray, with cover letter, 1985



FOLDER : 2.

Fuegian songs, phonotape of eleven recordings, copied by Paul Zeller, 1962.



FOLDER : 3.

Fuegian songs, phonotape of eleven recordings, copied by Paul Zeller, 1962. Copy 2.



FOLDER : 4.

Fuegian songs with commentary by Furlong, phonotape with eleven cuts dubbed from Library of Congress discs by Robert Mark Cohn.



FOLDER : 5.

Ona song and speech, phonotape of Furlong cylinder number 12, (AFS 8854: A3).



BOX XL.

Music. Furlong Box 1: ten four-inch cylinders.



BOX XLI.

Music. Furlong Box 2: six four-inch cylinders.



BOX XLII.

Music. Furlong Box 3: five four-inch cylinders and one empty cylinder box.



BOX XLIII.

Music. Furlong Box 4: seven four-inch cylinders.



BOX XLIV.

Art Work - General



FOLDER : 1.

Art in Public Education. Typescript, 1901, with many holograph corrections and additions. Incomplete, with many pages missing.



FOLDER : 2.

“Notes on Freehand Perspective.” Carbon copies of typescript



17 pages. Two copies.



FOLDER : 3.

Incomplete manuscripts and notes on art education, design, colors, etc. 29 pages, holograph and typescript.



FOLDER : 4.

Exhibition of works by Furlong: programs and information, 1931, 1943, 1948, and undated.



FOLDER : 5.

Ink designs formed by folding signatures.



FOLDER : 6.

Three pencil sketches from a notebook, ca. 1900.



FOLDER : 7.

Pencil sketch of a cowboy, ca. 1920. Annotated.



FOLDER : 8.

Pencil sketch from a photograph of a British sentry, 1919. Annotated.



FOLDER : 9.

Pencil sketch from a photograph of an Italian sentry, 1919. Annotated.



FOLDER : 10.

Miscellaneous ink drawings (11).



FOLDER : 11.

Miscellaneous pencil sketches



(37 pieces).



FOLDER : 12.

Miscellaneous water colors (7).



Mounted, numbered, and annotated photographs of drawings by Furlong. Many of these pictures appear elsewhere in this collection, but they are here annotated about composition as well as subject. The numbers (in parentheses) were assigned by Furlong but no listing has been found.



FOLDER : 13.

(1) Title page: “Perspective of Shadows.”



FOLDER : 14.

(2) “Student Work in Linear Perspective.”



FOLDER : 15.

(3) “Student Work in Linear Perspective.”



FOLDER : 16.

(4) “Scientific Perspective of Shadows.”



FOLDER : 17.

(5) “Scientific Perspective of Shadows.”



FOLDER : 18.

(6) “Scientific Perspective of Shadows.”



FOLDER : 19.

(7) “Scientific Perspective of Shadows.”



FOLDER : 20.

(8) “Scientific Perspective of Shadows.”



FOLDER : 21.

(9) “Scientific Perspective of Shadows — Artificial Light.”



FOLDER : 22.

(10) “Scientific Perspective of Reflections.”



FOLDER : 23.

(11) “Blocking-in the Elm Tree.”



FOLDER : 24.

(12) “Working in Details...”



FOLDER : 25.

(13) “The Outline Drawing Complete.”



FOLDER : 26.

(14) “The Toad in Various Stages of Development...”



FOLDER : 27.

(15) “Toad Making a Meal of an Angle Worm.”



FOLDER : 28.

(16) “Toad Catching a Winged Insect...”



FOLDER : 29.

(17) “In Danger from a Bird of Prey.”



FOLDER : 30.

(18) “A Couple of Newts Feasting on Tadpoles.”



FOLDER : 31.

(19) Snake swallowing toad.



FOLDER : 32.

(19A) “The Old Oaken Bucket Homestead.”



FOLDER : 33.

(20) Horse, drawn when Furlong was fifteen years old. Two photographs, one against a background of the diary page on which it was drawn.



FOLDER : 34.

(21) “Tripolitan Arab.”



FOLDER : 35.

(22) “Muraiche, Furlong's Dragoman on Tripoli Expedition.”



FOLDER : 36.

(23) “Ships at Anchor in Harbor of Tangier, Morocco.”



FOLDER : 37.

(24) “Old Scituate Lighthouse on Cedar Point...”



FOLDER : 38.

(25) “A North African Holy Man...”



FOLDER : 39.

(26) “Irregular Moroccan Cavalry.”



FOLDER : 40.

(27) “Umatilla Indian Chief, Oregon, 1936.”



FOLDER : 41.

(28) “Heading for the Title of an Article on Gibraltar.” See also: Box 48.



FOLDER : 42.

(29) “Rock of Gibraltar, Showing the North Front.”



FOLDER : 43.

(30) “The Moorish Castle [Gibraltar].”



FOLDER : 44.

(31) “Government House, Main Street, Gibraltar.”



FOLDER : 45.

(32) “The Town of Gibraltar.”



FOLDER : 46.

(33) “Spanish Laborers Crossing the Neutral Ground.”



FOLDER : 47.

(34) “The Hamlet of Caleta.”



FOLDER : 48.

(35) “The Eastern Side of the Rock.”



FOLDER : 49.

(36) “The Jonathan Edwards Elms.”



FOLDER : 50.

(37) “The Jonathan Edwards Homestead in Northampton.”



FOLDER : 51.

(38) “The Edwards Home and Elm as They Appear Today.”



FOLDER : 52.

(39) “Jonathan Edwards Church, Northampton, Mass.”



FOLDER : 53.

(40) “Heading for an Article [`Boston Vistas'] in Outlook Magazine.”



FOLDER : 54.

(41) “The Tower of Trinity Church.”



FOLDER : 55.

(42) “Harvard Bridge and Charles River.”



FOLDER : 56.

(43) “End View of Tea Wharf, Atlantic Avenue...”



FOLDER : 57.

(44) “The State House.”



FOLDER : 58.

(45) “Symphony Hall.”



FOLDER : 59.

(46) “Entrance to the North Union Station.”



FOLDER : 60.

(47) “Statue of George Washington near Commonwealth Ave. Entrance to Public Gardens...”



FOLDER : 61.

(48) “A Bridge in the Fenway Park...”



FOLDER : 62.

(49) “Decorative Heading for an Article `The Town Beautiful.' ”



FOLDER : 63.

(50) “Waterfront of Lucerne, Switzerland.”



FOLDER : 64.

(51) “Street Scenes in Philadelphia.”



FOLDER : 65.

(52) “A Landscaped Square in Philadelphia.”



FOLDER : 66.

(53) “Trail through Cobbs Creek Valley, Philadelphia.”



FOLDER : 67.

(54) “Juniata Park, Philadelphia.”



FOLDER : 68.

(55) “A Bridge over the Pennypack, Philadelphia.”



FOLDER : 69.

(56) Women in scene from The Gossips.



FOLDER : 70.

(57) Constable and suspect, from The Gossips.



FOLDER : 71.

(58) Constable, from The Gossips.



FOLDER : 72.

(59) “John, the Dane, A Crew Member of the Kitty A.”



FOLDER : 73.

(60) Henry, of the Kitty A.



FOLDER : 74.

(61) “Harold, a Norwegian Crew Member of the Kitty A.”



FOLDER : 75.

(62) “The Pitons, St. Lucia.”



FOLDER : 76.

(63) “Great Stables of a Famous Khan, Cappadocia, Turkey.”



FOLDER : 77.

(64) “Mahawell Khan, between Baghdad and Babylon.”



FOLDER : 78.

(65) “Interior of the Khan in Malatia.”



FOLDER : 79.

(66) “Powder-Play -- A Relic of the Old-Time War Dance.”



FOLDER : 80.

(67) “A Missioner Visiting the Wild Berbers, Kabylia, North Africa.”



FOLDER : 81.

(68) “Fire-Eater and Snake-Charmer in Tangier.”



FOLDER : 82.

(69) “Socco Chico or Little Market, Tangier.”



FOLDER : 83.

(70) “Main Street, Called Seeagheen, Tangier, Morocco.”



FOLDER : 84.

(71) “The Story Teller in the Market Place, Tangier...”



FOLDER : 85.

(72) “The Caves of Hercules by Cape Spartel, Morocco.”



FOLDER : 86.

(73) Furlong and priest in Algiers.



FOLDER : 87.

(74) Furlong and Arab guard in Tunisia.



FOLDER : 88.

(75) “Paying off Native Employees at Tsartyr, Tunisia”



FOLDER : 89.

(76) Greek sponge boat off Tripoli, 1905.



FOLDER : 90.

(77) “A Diver Preparing for Descent.”



FOLDER : 91.

(78) “Hauling a Bag of Sponges Aboard...”



FOLDER : 92.

(79) Barefooted sailors trampling sponges.



FOLDER : 93.

(80) “Thief on the rooftops of Tripoli...”



FOLDER : 94.

(81) Arabs and camel.



FOLDER : 95.

(82) “Turkish Officer Placing Furlong under Arrest, Tripolitan Sahara.”



FOLDER : 96.

(83) “Salam, Furlong's Faithful Black Boy.”



FOLDER : 97.

(84) French priest in Algeria.



FOLDER : 98.

(85) “A Roller Made from a Drum of a Roman Column, Tsrtyre, Tunisia.”



FOLDER : 99.

(86) “Great Mosque of Sidi Okba, Kairwan, Tunisia.”



FOLDER : 100.

(87) “The Arbar-Arsat, a Main Thorofare of Tripoli...”



FOLDER : 101.

(88) Arch of Marcus Aurelius, Tripoli.



FOLDER : 102.

(89) “A Taureg Family Group in the Oasis of Tripoli.”



FOLDER : 103.

(90) Two camels with riders, Tripoli.



FOLDER : 104.

(91) Baggage camel, Tripoli.



FOLDER : 105.

(92) Serf Tauregs, Tripoli.



FOLDER : 106.

(93) Trade caravan travelling as sandstorm begins, Tripoli.



FOLDER : 107.

(94) Sudanese man.



FOLDER : 108.

(95) Tauregs, camels, and tents.



FOLDER : 109.

(96) Market place, Tripoli.



FOLDER : 110.

(97) Weighing bales of esparto grass, Tripoli.



FOLDER : 111.

(98) Rolling an esparto bale, Tripoli.



FOLDER : 112.

(99) Sudanese and dwelling, Oasis of Tripoli.



FOLDER : 113.

(100) Primitive Khan, Mesopotamia.



FOLDER : 114.

(101) Loading camels, Tripoli.



FOLDER : 115.

(102) Transporting produce in cart, Tunisia.



FOLDER : 116.

(105) “Salam, Furlong's Dragoman, Talking with Two Arabs, Tripoli.”



FOLDER : 117.

(106) “Rais Mohammed, a Caravan Leader, Tripoli...”



FOLDER : 118.

(107) “A Marabout, or Mohammedan Wandering Monk, [Tripoli]”



FOLDER : 119.

(108) Armed arab on Camel, Tripolitan Sahara.



FOLDER : 120.

(109) Hadji Ali, veteran caravan man, with pistol.



FOLDER : 121.

(110) “Homeward Bound Caravan from Sudan to Tripoli...”



FOLDER : 122.

(111) Mounted Turkish guard, near Khoms.



FOLDER : 123.

(112) “Street in Medjes-El-Bab, Tunisia.”



FOLDER : 124.

(113) “Cannon from the Sunken Wreck of the U.S. Frigate Philadelphia, Tripoli...”



FOLDER : 125.

(114) “The Houses Bushagour Bought with Bags of Money from the Philadelphia, [Tripoli].”



FOLDER : 126.

(115) Diving for the sunken Philadelphia.



FOLDER : 127.

(116) Arab riding a camel.



FOLDER : 128.

(117) “Camels at Siesta, Tripoli...”



FOLDER : 129.

(118) “A Berber Horseman, Morocco.”



FOLDER : 130.

(119) “A Hausa Chief near Kano, Sudan.” Includes a proof of the same scene.



FOLDER : 131.

(120) “Head of a Mehari or Riding Camel.”



FOLDER : 132.

(121) Street scene, Kairwan, Tunisia.



FOLDER : 133.

(122) A shourash, the huge Arab pipe, Kairwan, Tunisia.



FOLDER : 134.

(123) An Arab of the Tripolitan Sahara.



FOLDER : 135.

(124) Furlong and his dragoman escaping on horses from Turks, Tripolitan Sahara.



FOLDER : 136.

(125) “The Fasci Gate of Tangier, Morocco.”



FOLDER : 137.

(126) “A Garden Exterior in Gibraltar.”



FOLDER : 138.

(127) “Interior of the Great Mosque of Cordova, Spain.”



FOLDER : 139.

(128) “Ruined Portal of the Sultan Khan in Lycaonia, Cappadocia.”



FOLDER : 140.

(129) Convict driving oxcart, Ushuaia, Argentina.



FOLDER : 141.

(130) Convicts rolling log, Ushuaia.



FOLDER : 142.

(131) Tehuelche family in camp, Patagonia.



FOLDER : 143.

(132) Yaghan medicine man, Tierra del Fuego.



FOLDER : 144.

(133) Brawling Yahgans, Navarin Island, Chile, 1907.



FOLDER : 145.

(134) “Furlong and Aanakin Getting a Pack Horse out of the Bog, Tierra del Fuego, Feb. 1908.”



FOLDER : 146.

(135) Men and horses of the Furlong Expedition descending a mountain, 1908.



FOLDER : 147.

(136) “Aanakin, of the Ona Forest Tribe, Tierra del Fuego.”



FOLDER : 148.

(137) “Onas on the March, Tierra del Fuego, 1908.”



FOLDER : 149.

(138) Ona woman on shore of Lake Kami, 1908.



FOLDER : 150.

(139) Onas armed with bows, 1908.



FOLDER : 151.

(140) “Furlong Expedition Crossing the Pampas of Patagonia...”



FOLDER : 152.

(141) Three Tehuelches, Patagonia, 1908.



FOLDER : 153.

(142) Tehuelche woman with tent and household goods packed on a horse.



FOLDER : 154.

(143) Tehuelche and native horse, Patagonia, 1908.



BOX XLV.

Art Work - Reproductions (clippings, proofs, prints, etc.) of works by Furlong. The numbers (in parentheses) of the first seventy-five items were assigned by Furlong, but no listing has been found.



FOLDER : 1.

(7) Flowering plant



FOLDER : 2.

(9) Women in scene from The Gossips. Photographs of this and the next two illustrations are in Box XLIV, Folders 69-71.



FOLDER : 3.

(10) Constable, from The Gossips.



FOLDER : 4.

(11) Constable and suspect, from The Gossips.



FOLDER : 5.

(13) Courtyards in Spain and North Africa (?).



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 6.

(14) “The Library of New York University.”



FOLDER : 7.

(15) North African snake charmer.



FOLDER : 8.

(16) “The New College of the City of New York.”



FOLDER : 9.

(17) Diving for sponges.



FOLDER : 10.

(18) Sponge diver on board Greek boat off North Africa.



FOLDER : 11.

(19) Armed Arab riding horse near camp.



FOLDER : 12.

(20) Stone archways, North Africa (?).



FOLDER : 13.

(21) “The Lombardy Poplar, Prim as a Soldier.”



FOLDER : 14.

(22) “The Apple Tree, as lovable as our Dearest Friend.”



FOLDER : 15.

(23) Country houses.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 16.

(24) Plants.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 17.

(25) Plant with Flowers.



FOLDER : 18.

(26) Potted plant.



FOLDER : 19.

(27) Decorative diagram of the stages of development of the toad.



FOLDER : 20.

(28) Branch with flowers.



FOLDER : 21.

(29) Plants.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 22.

(30) Potted plant.



FOLDER : 23.

(31) Plants, two with flowers.



Three pictures.



FOLDER : 24.

(32) Potted plants.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 25.

(33) Flowering plants.



Two pictures



FOLDER : 26.

(34) Elm trees and houses.



FOLDER : 27.

(35) Flowering plant.



FOLDER : 28.

(36) Two ears of corn and a bulb.



Three pictures.



FOLDER : 29.

(37) “New Dormitories at the University of Pennsylvania.”



FOLDER : 30.

(38) Row of trees along a country lane.



FOLDER : 31.

(39) Flower and leaves.



FOLDER : 32.

(40) Trees.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 33.

(41) Squirrel on a branch.



FOLDER : 34.

(42) Flowering plants.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 35.

(43) Trampling sponges on Greek boat.



FOLDER : 36.

(44) “The Schweitzerhof Quay, Lucerne.”



FOLDER : 37.

(45) “The New Memorial Gate at Bowdoin.”



FOLDER : 38.

(46) Flowering plants.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 39.

(47) Milk cow.



FOLDER : 40.

(48) Flowering plant and potted plant.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 41.

(49) Street scene, Gibraltar.



FOLDER : 42.

(50) Flowering plant.



FOLDER : 43.

(51) Flowering plant.



FOLDER : 44.

(52) Flowers and leaves.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 45.

(53) Flowering plant.



FOLDER : 46.

(63) Milk cow. Same as (47).



FOLDER : 47.

(64) Country schoolhouse (?).



FOLDER : 48.

(65) Flowers in vase.



FOLDER : 49.

(66) Flowers.



FOLDER : 50.

(67) Potted plant.



FOLDER : 51.

(68) Potted plants.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 52.

(69) Bulbs.



Three pictures.



FOLDER : 53.

(70) Branch with leaves.



FOLDER : 54.

(71) Flower and leaves.



FOLDER : 55.

(72) Two flowering plants.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 56.

(73) Plant, grasshopper, and cricket.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 57.

(74) Two flowering plants.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 58.

(75) Leaves.



FOLDER : 59.

(76) Potted plant.



FOLDER : 60.

(77) Tree limb.



FOLDER : 61.

(78) Limb with flowers.



FOLDER : 62.

(79) Plants.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 63.

(80) Potted plant.



FOLDER : 64.

(81) Flowers.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 65.

(82) “Double Begonia Leaf.”



Two prints.



FOLDER : 66.

(83) Cones.



FOLDER : 67.

(84) Roots.



FOLDER : 68.

(85) Limb of tree or bush.



FOLDER : 69.

(86) “Juniata Park, Philadelphia.”



FOLDER : 70.

(87) Cathedral of Coutances, 1900.



FOLDER : 71.

(89) Cold frames and orchard wagon with picking tower.



Two pictures.



FOLDER : 72.

(90) “Trail through Cobb's Creek Valley,” “Bridge over the Pennypack,” and leaves with a blossom (?).



Three pictures.



FOLDER : 73.

(91) Letter “T” with the entrance to a house inset, 1900.



FOLDER : 74.

(92) Hand holding pencil.



FOLDER : 75.

(93) “Ruined Portal of the Sultan Khan in Lycaonia, Cappadocia.”



FOLDER : 76.

Colored reproductions of Furlong paintings: “A Bedaween Caravan on the March...”; “The Arbar-Arsat, Tripoli” (3); “Weighing Esparto Grass...” (2); and “A Hausa Bashaw.”



FOLDER : 77.

Salam, Furlong's dragoman, Tripoli.



Two views, three prints.



FOLDER : 78.

Sheds and boats along shoreline. Proof of cut from pencil drawing.



FOLDER : 79.

State House, Boston.



FOLDER : 80.

Proof of bookplate for Ralph S. Tarr.



FOLDER : 81.

Proofs of drawings for Liberty Hyde Bailey's Cyclopedia of American Horticulture and for works on geography and geology by Ralph Stockman Tarr and (?) McMurray.



FOLDER : 82.

Horticulture proofs.



FOLDER : 83.

Proofs of drawings of farm equipment and animals.



FOLDER : 84.

Photographs of oil paintings by Atherton B. Furlong, father of Charles W.



BOX XLVI.

Oversize Material



FOLDER : 1.

Photographs: Tehuelche man, profile; old Yahgan. These are enlargements of photographs elsewhere in the collection.



FOLDER : 2.

Map of the pioneer route of Furlong across Patagonia.



FOLDER : 3.

Maps (8) of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, and Strait of Magellan, including one by Popper, 1887, which Furlong calls the “oldest known map extant of T. d. F.,” and a map of lands leased by Sociedad Explotadora de la Tierra del Fuego, 1899.



FOLDER : 4.

Maps (9) drawn by Furlong, all of Tierra del Fuego except one showing railroad systems of South America, 1910. Two of the maps show Indian territories and one illustrates the story of Caleb Parker.



FOLDER : 5.

“Hub Scientist [Furlong] Found Skulls of `First Man,' ” page from Boston Sunday Post, March 11, 1923, and a photocopy.



FOLDER : 6.

Charcoal drawing: “Mid-Atlantic Gale.”



FOLDER : 7.

Charcoal drawing: “Sailors Making Guano Slings off Peru.”



FOLDER : 8.

Water-color painting: “Street Scene in Old Tangier,” (“Street Scene in the Soco Chico.”)



FOLDER : 9.

Exercises in drawings: Perspective and projection. Two folios, “Perspective of Shadows” and “Projection,” and three other drawings. Some of this material prepared in collaboration with Denman Ross of Harvard. (See also: Box XLVIII, Folder 6.)



BOX XLVII.

“Las Viajes Razas Argentinas,” 1910, six charts depicting Indians and artifacts of six regions of Argentina, by Feilx F. Outes and Carlos Bruch. See: Box V, Folder 53, for booklet of explanation. Text in Spanish.



BOX XLVIII.

FOLDER : 1.

Letter from Rosamund Burgess, Marblehead, 23 May n.y., written on her water-color painting of a bark.



FOLDER : 2.

“Anatomical lecture notes,” drawings from a course by M. Cuyer, Paris, 1902; and “Machine Drawing, eight plates of drawings with text on the first plate.



FOLDER : 3.

Drawing book, dated 16 February 1888 on the cover and various dates inside. Drawings of animals, buildings, and miscellaney.



FOLDER : 4.

Perspective: diagrams and sketches.



FOLDER : 5.

“Problems in Pure Design,” “Rhythm,” “All-Over Progression,” and untitled: student and teaching exercises and diagrams.



FOLDER : 6.

“A Theory of Tone-Relations,” work done on colors, intensities and values with Denman Ross of Harvard. Color charts and diagrams, ca. 1902-1905. (See also: Box XLVI, Folder 9.)



FOLDER : 7.

Headings for the titles of magazine articles: “Buccaneers of the Sahara” and “Gibraltar, The Mountain of Tarek.” (See also: Box XLIV, Folder 41.)



FOLDER : 8.

Miscellaneous ink drawings. Includes reproduction of a military intelligence cartoon.



FOLDER : 9.

Miscellaneous pencil sketches.



FOLDER : 10.

Water-color painting: “Garden of the Alhambra.”



FOLDER : 11.

Drawings inscribed to Furlong by Bern Lentost (?), Paris, 1902, and by George Gale.