Contains correspondence in alphabetical order.
Go to boxes: 1 - 2
Contains newspaper clippings on Furlong and his work, biographical sketches, programs, certificates and citations as well as maps, bills and receipts, articles, field notes, diaries, articles and notes related to his travels and anthropological work in South America.
Go to boxes: 2 - 3
Contains articles and manuscripts by Furlong and others, including Roy Chapman Andrews, E.L. Baker, William S. Barkley, Isaiah Bowman, E. Lucas Bridges, John M. Cooper, Isador H. Coriat; Martin Gusinde, William H. Hobbs, E.M. Hornbostel, Robert Lehmann-Nietsche, Carl Skottsberg, and Bertram W. William. Notes on South America, primarily Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, typewritten on 1004 four-by-six-inch index cards are also included.
Go to boxes: 3 - 7
Contains 554 photographs, mounted and annotated by Furlong as well as negatives and glass slides related to Furlong's work and travels in South America and Africa
Contains hand and foot prints of the Ona and Yahgan, indigenous people Furlong studied
Go to boxes: 37 - 38
Contains wax cylinder recordings related to Patagonian Indians incuding men singing and chanting, women singing in groups and as soloists, Yapa language spoken, and some introductions by Dr. Furlong, as well as phono tapes with recordings of Fuegian songs and Ona speech patterns
Go to boxes: 39 - 43
Contains pencil sketches, ink drawings, reproductions of Furlong's work as well as mounted and annotated photographs of drawings by Furlong.
Go to boxes: 44 - 47