Jane Goodale Papers, 1948 - 1997 (MSS 0643)

Access: Letters of recommendation located in box 16, folder 21 are restricted until 2029. Master reel-to-reel and cassette audiotapes in Series 12 are restricted. Listening copies may be available for researchers.

Extent: 15.72 Linear feet (37 archives boxes, 3 card file boxes, 7 oversize folders.)

Papers of Jane C. Goodale, an American anthropologist and photographer who conducted ethnographic research on Kaulong-speaking people of New Britain Island in Papua New Guinea. Goodale studied daily life and customs, identity, gender identity, gender relations, attitudes towards sexuality and marriage, the ritual of death, and the song performances. The papers largely document her fieldwork conducted among the Kaulong during three field trips to southwest New Britain (1962-1964, 1967-1968, and 1974). They are rich in primary ethnographic data and include diaries, field notebooks, typed transcriptions, genealogies, audiorecordings, color slides, and photographs. Also included are grammars, vocabularies, and linguistic materials for Kaulong and Tok Pisin languages. A unique part of this collection are color slides (over 240 rolls) and audiorecordings documenting in detail social life, customs, and song performances of the Kaulong. In addition to ethnographic data, the papers comprise manuscripts of published and unpublished works, primarily related to Goodale's fieldwork in New Britain, and correspondence with colleagues, friends, students, editors, granting agencies, and local government officials in Papua New Guinea. Materials related to Goodale's fieldwork with the Tiwi people of North Australia are not included in the collection. Although the papers span the period of 1948 to 1997, the bulk of the collection was created between 1962-1974. The papers are arranged in thirteen series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS; 2) UMBI FIELDNOTES, 1962-1964; 3) ANGELEK FIELDNOTES, 1967-1968; 4) ANGELEK FIELDNOTES, 1974; 5) GENEALOGY NOTES; 6) LINGUISTIC MATERIALS; 7) WRITINGS BY GOODALE; 8) WRITINGS BY OTHERS; 9) TEACHING MATERIALS; 10) SUBJECT FILES; 11) CORRESPONDENCE; 12) RECORDINGS; and 13) PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS.

Jane C. Goodale, American anthropologist, photographer, and carver was born on May 18, 1926. Goodale attended Radcliffe College (B.A., 1948), continued her Ph.D. study at Harvard University (M.A., 1951) and at the University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D., 1959). She studied with and was influenced by Carlton Steven Coon, A. Irving Hallowell, Loren Eiseley, and Ward Goodenough.

Her first independent fieldwork was at Melville Island in North Australia in 1954, where Goodale stayed for ten months among the Tiwi and conducted research for her dissertation (1959) and book TIWI WIVES (1971). In 1962, she went to southwest New Britain with her colleague in anthropology, Ann Chowning, and they conceived a joint fieldwork project. They found two inland areas with people speaking two distinct Austronesian languages and practicing traditional ways of life and rituals. Goodale focused on Kaulong-speaking communities and Chowning studied Senseng-speaking people. The study areas were located north of the administrative headquarters at Kandrian. The initial objective of fieldwork was the holistic ethnographic description of culture, social, economic, and religious organization, as well as beliefs and practices. With support from the National Science Foundation, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, National Institute for Mental Health, National Geographic Society, and American Council of Learned Societies, Goodale made a total of four visits to New Britain, spending about three years among the Kaulong people.

During her first visit to the village of Umbi, in 1963-1964, Goodale focused on studying the nature of gender differences and gender relations and learning Kaulong and Tok Pisin languages. During her second visit to the village of Angelek in 1967-1968, Goodale studied gender differentiation and attitudes towards sexuality and marriage even more closely and also focused on politics, the ritual of death, and song performances accompanying rituals. During her final visit to Angelek in 1974, Goodale continued to study song performances and solely focused on transcribing 300 recorded songs that were in her possession by that time. With extensive photographic support from the National Geographic Society, Goodale was able to take over 240 rolls of color slides documenting in detail daily life and customs in Umbi and Angelek. A fair number of slides were later published in "Blowgun Hunters of the South Pacific" in the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE (Vol. 129, No. 6, 1966) and in her other books and articles.

Goodale has published extensively on social life and customs, self-perception, identity, gender identity, and gender relations among the Tiwi of North Australia and Kaulong people of New Britain Island. Goodale is especially known for her three monographs TIWI WIVES: A STUDY OF THE WOMEN OF MELVILLE ISLAND OF NORTH AUSTRALIA (1971), TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN: THE CONCEPT OF PERSON IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA (1995), and THE TWO PARTY-LINE: CONVERSATIONS IN THE FIELD (1996). In addition to books, she has also published chapters in books, articles, and given numerous conference presentations.

Goodale taught anthropology at Bryn Mawr College from 1961 until her retirement in 1995. She has also taught at the University of Pennsylvania and at Barnard College, Columbia University. From 1950 to 1961 she was a research assistant at the University of Pennsylvania Museum.

Jane Goodale is professor emeritus at Bryn Mawr College and resides in Massachusetts.

The Jane Goodale Papers document Goodale's fieldwork with the Kaulong speaking people of New Britain Island of Papua New Guinea conducted in 1962-1964, 1967-1968, and 1974. Goodale studied Kaulong and Tok Pisin languages, the nature of gender differences and gender relations, attitudes towards sexuality and marriage, the ritual of death, and the song performances accompanying rituals of Kaulong speaking communities. Well represented in the papers are primary ethnographic data collected in diaries, field notebooks, notebook typed transcriptions, genealogies, audiorecordings, color slides, and photographs. Also included are grammars, vocabularies, and other linguistic materials for Kaulong and Tok Pisin languages. Of special value are over 240 rolls of color slides and audiorecordings (99 reel-to-reel tapes and audio cassettes) documenting daily life, customs, and song performances of the Kaulong. A significant part of the collection are published and unpublished manuscripts, articles, and conference papers, based on the data generated from the fieldwork in New Britain, and correspondence with colleagues, friends, students, editors, grant agencies, informants, and local government officials in Papua New Guinea.

The papers are arranged in thirteen series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS; 2) UMBI FIELDNOTES, 1962-1964; 3) ANGELEK FIELDNOTES, 1967-1968; 4) ANGELEK FIELDNOTES, 1974; 5) GENEALOGY NOTES; 6) LINGUISTIC MATERIALS; 7) WRITINGS BY GOODALE; 8) WRITINGS BY OTHERS; 9) TEACHING MATERIALS; 10) SUBJECT FILES; 11) CORRESPONDENCE; 12) RECORDINGS; and 13) PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS.

Container List

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

Scope and Content of Series

Series 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS: This series contains her curriculum vitae and newspaper articles mentioning Goodale's fieldwork.

Box 1 Folder 1
Curriculum vitae, 1995 - 1997

Two typescripts.

Box 1 Folder 2
Articles mentioning Jane Goodale's fieldwork, 1963 - 1977

Photocopies of newspaper clippings.

UMBI FIELDNOTES, 1962-1964

Scope and Content of Series

Series 2) UMBI FIELDNOTES, 1962-1964: This series documents Goodale's fieldwork conducted in the Kaulong village of Umbi on New Britain Island and is arranged in five subseries: A) Field Notebooks, B) Field Notebook Typescripts, C) Murdock's Human Relations Area Files, D) Grant Materials, and E) Miscellaneous Materials.

A) The Field Notebooks are arranged chronologically and contain shorthand handwritten notebooks with descriptive observations of people, daily activities, customs, rituals, genealogical notes, vocabulary lists, notes on song performances, and references to recorded tapes. The subseries also includes a diary with notes on patrol reports and genealogy and it is placed in the beginning of the subseries.

B) The Field Notebook Typescripts are arranged chronologically and include one typewritten transcription and two summaries of the diary.

C) The Murdock's Human Relations Area Files contain typewritten notes extracted from notebooks and compiled by Goodale according to subject categories described in Murdock's classification system for cultural anthropology. Goodale brought together all pages dealing with a particular subject or aspect of culture and compiled them preserving the chronological order in which they appear in notebooks. The files are arranged in numerical order using numbers assigned to subject categories in Murdock's classification system.

D) The Grant Materials contain grant application guidelines, drafts of grant proposals and final reports, receipts of supplies, check books, and air tickets documenting fieldwork expenses.

E) The Miscellaneous Materials contain notes on a spherical object (stone artifact) found in Papua New Guinea, meteorological observations and charts of weather, notes on food eaten in Umbi, notes on fieldwork expenses, and drawings of the plan for Jane Goodale's house in Umbi.

Field Notebooks

Box 1 Folder 3
Patrol reports, diary and geneaology, 1962

July 17 - August 30. 31 pages. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 4
Field Notebook # 1, 1962

Contains 95 pages of language notes. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 5
Field Notebook # 2, 1962

Contains 23 pages of language notes. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 6
Field Notebook # 3, 1962

Contains 27 pages of notes. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 7
Field Notebook # 1, 1963

July - August. 88 pages of notes, 2 loose pages. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 8
Field Notebook # 2, 1963

August 26 - September 26. 92 pages. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 9
Field Notebook # 3, 1963

September 27 - October 30. 87 pages. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 10
Field Notebook # 4, 1963

November 1 - November 30. 97 pages. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 11
Field Notebook # 5, 1963

December 1-23. 91 pages of notes. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 12
Field Notebook # 6, 1964

January 1 - February 21. 89 pages. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 13
Field Notebook # 7, 1964

February 22 - March 13. 78 pages of notes. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 14
Field Notebook # 8, 1964

March 14 - April 8. Contains 105 pages of notes. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 15
Field Notebook # 9, 1964

April 9 - May 11. 95 pages of notes. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 16
Field Notebook # 10, 1964

May 10 - June 28. 89 pages of notes. Manuscript.

Box 1 Folder 17
Field Notebook # 11, 1964

June 29 - July 21. 41 pages of notes. Manuscript.

Field Notebook Typescripts

Box 2 Folder 1
Diary, 1962

July 17 - August 30. 21 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 2
Abstracted Diary, 1962 - 1964

8 pages. Three typescripts.

Box 2 Folder 3
Abstracted Diary, 1963 - 1964

July 22, 1963 - July 24, 1964. 44 pages. Typescript.

Murdock's Human Relations Area Files

Box 2 Folder 4
Umbi and Angelek index to notebooks and Murdock's human relations area codes adapted by Jane Goodale

1962-1964, 1967-1968. Includes also miscellaneous information for Umbi notebooks marked with Murdock's human relations area codes. Manuscripts and typescripts.

Box 2 Folder 5
Demography (160), 1963

July 23 - October 23. 2 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 6
Language (190), 1962 - 1964

146 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 7
Language Notes (190), 1964

January. 8 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 8
Food Quest (220), 1963 - 1964

21 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 9
Domestic animals (231), 1963 - 1964

37 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 10
Tillage (240/241), 1963 - 1964

45 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 11
Food (250), 1963 - 1964

48 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 12
Material Culture (280), 1963 - 1964

7 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 13
Appearance (300), 1963 - 1964

12 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 14
Housing (340), 1963 - 1964

7 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 15
Property (420), 1963 - 1964

21 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 16
Exchange (430), 1963 - 1964

41 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 17
Interpersonal Relations (570), 1963

4 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 18
Visiting and Hospitality (573), 1963

1 page. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 19
Feuds, Wars, and Brawls (578-720), 1963 - 1964

43 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 20
Marriage (580), 1963 - 1964

38 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 21
Residence Village (591), 1963 - 1964

25 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 22
Census (591.1), 1963 - 1964

10 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 23
Kinship (600), 1963 - 1964

86 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 24
Offences and Law (680), 1963 - 1964

6 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 25
Tabus (687), 1963 - 1964

7 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 26
Sickness (750), 1963 - 1964

28 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 27
Sorcery (754), 1963 - 1964

8 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 28
Death Burial (760), 1963 - 1964

19 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 29
Myth Story (770/773), 1963 - 1964

8 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 30
Spirits (776), 1963 - 1964

31 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 31
Magic (789), 1963 - 1964

5 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 32
Sex (830), 1963 - 1964

21 pages. Typescript.

Box 2 Folder 33
Reproduction (840), 1963 - 1964

7 pages. Typescript.

Box 3 Folder 1
Infancy and Childhood (850), 1963 - 1964

50 pages. Typescript.

Box 3 Folder 2
Initiation (881), 1963 - 1964

7 pages. Typescript.

Box 3 Folder 3
European Relations (900), 1963 - 1964

40 pages. Typescript.

Grant Materials

Box 3 Folder 4
Ethnography of New Britain, 1963 - 1964

Part 1. Contains guidelines brochure, correspondence, grant proposals, and drafts of the final report. Typescripts.

Box 3 Folder 5
Ethnography of New Britain, 1963 - 1964

Part 2. Supply list. 2 pages. Manuscript.

Box 3 Folder 6
Ethnography of New Britain, 1963 - 1964

Part 3. Miscellenia. Contains receipts of supplies for fieldwork, air tickets and used check books.

Miscellaneous Materials

Box 3 Folder 7
Data Sheet on spherical object from New Britain

Typescript (1 page).

Box 3 Folder 8
Expenses notes, 1962

Manuscript (10 pages).

Box 3 Folder 9
Metereological observations made in Umbi, New Britain during July 1963 - July 1964

Part 1. Register. 1 register with handwritten notes.

Box 3 Folder 10 Oversize FB42002
Metereological observations made in Umbi, New Britain, 1963 - 1964

Part 2. Graphs of weather, tables for the determination of dew points and the relative humidity.

Box 3 Folder 11
Notes on food eaten in Umbi, 1963 - 1964

29 pages. Manuscript.

Box 3 Folder 12
Plans for Jane Goodale's house in Umbi

Drawing with notes (1 page).

ANGELEK FIELDNOTES, 1967-1968

Scope and Content of Series

Series 3) ANGELEK FIELDNOTES, 1967-1968: This series documents Goodale's first visit to the village of Angelek in New Britain and is arranged in five subseries: A) Field Notebooks, B) Field Notebook Typescripts, C) Murdock's Human Relations Area Files, D) Grant Materials, and E) Miscellaneous Materials.

A) The Field Notebooks are arranged chronologically and contain shorthand notebooks with handwritten descriptions of daily activities, interviews with informants, details from conversations, vocabulary lists, notes on songs, references to tape recordings, and observations of rituals and customs. The subseries also includes two diaries and Kaulong chronology notes on the history of the Kaulong speaking region of New Britain.

B) The Field Notebook Typescripts are arranged chronologically and contain typewritten copies of notebooks. The subseries also includes typescript summaries of diaries and notebooks, and election notes. Typescripts summaries are placed in the beginning of the subseries and election notes conclude the subseries.

C) The Murdock's Human Relations Area Files contain typewritten notes extracted from notebooks and compiled by Goodale according to subject categories described in Murdock's classification system for cultural anthropology. The files are arranged in numerical order using numbers assigned to subject categories in Murdock's classification system.

D) The Grant Materials contain drafts of grant proposal, preliminary report, final report, and budget notes.

E) The Miscellaneous Materials subseries contains children's drawings from the village of Angelek.

Field Notebooks

Box 3 Folder 13
Diary, 1967 - 1968

June 1, 1967 - February 6, 1968. Notebook. Manuscript.

Box 3 Folder 14
Diary, 1968

March 6 - August 7. Notebook. Manuscript.

Box 3 Folder 15
Fieldnotes, 1968

March 31 - April 24. Notebook. Manuscript.

Box 3 Folder 16
Field Notebook # 1A, 1967

September 15. 36 pages. Manuscript.

Box 3 Folder 17
Field Notebook # 1, 1967

September 23 - September 30. 100 pages. Manuscript.

Box 3 Folder 18
Field Notebook # 2, 1967

October 1-11. 100 pages. Manuscript.

Box 3 Folder 19
Field Notebook # 3, 1967

October 11-24. 100 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 1
Field Notebook # 4, 1967

October 24 - November 13. 100 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 2
Field Notebook # 5, 1967

November 14 - December 12. 98 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 3
Field Notebook # 6, 1967

December 12-26. 96 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 4
Field Notebook # 7, 1968

January 5-27. 98 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 5
Field Notebook # 8, 1968

January 28 - February 14. 94 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 6
Field Notebook # 9, 1968

February 14 - March 11. 100 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 7
Field Notebook # 10, 1968

March 11 - April 11. 98 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 8
Field Notebook # 11, 1968

May 11 - June 7. 100 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 9
Field Notebook # 12, 1968

May 11 - June 8. 100 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 10
Field Notebook # 13, 1968

June 8 - July 17. 98 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 11
Field Notebook # 14, 1968

July 17-30. 30 pages. Manuscript.

Box 4 Folder 12
Kaulong chronology notes, 1967 - 1968

58 pages of handwritten notes and a photocopy of a newspaper clipping with data on population demographics.

Field Notebook Typescripts

Box 4 Folder 13
Typescript summary - Diary, 1967 - 1968

14 pages. Typescript.

Box 4 Folder 14
Typescript summary - Village Books, 1967

8 pages. Typescript.

Box 4 Folder 15
Typescript summary - Village Books, 1968

9 pages. Typescript.

Box 4 Folder 16
Field Notebook # 1A, 1967

September 9-30. 21 pages. Typescript.

Box 4 Folder 17
Field Notebook # 2, 1967

October 1-11. 32 pages. Typescript.

Box 4 Folder 18
Field Notebook # 3, 1967

October 11-24. 33 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 1
Field Notebook # 4, 1967

October 24 - November 13. 35 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 2
Field Notebook # 5, 1967

November 14 - December 12. 28 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 3
Field Notebook # 6, 1967

December 12-26. 23 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 4
Field Notebook # 7, 1968

January 5-27. 21 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 5
Field Notebook # 8, 1968

January 28 - February 14. 30 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 6
Field Notebook # 9, 1968

February 14 - March 11. 31 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 7
Field Notebook # 10, 1968

March 11 - April 11. 30 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 8
Field Notebook # 11, 1968

April 11 - May 11. 34 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 9
Field Notebook # 12, 1968

May 11 - June 8. 31 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 10
Field Notebook # 13, 1968

June 8 - July 7. 28 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 11
Field Notebook # 14, 1968

July 14-30. 8 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 12
Election notes, 1968

6 pages. Typescript.

Murdock's Human Relations Area Files

Box 5 Folder 13
Outline of Murdock's human relations area codes

Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 14
Language (190), 1967 - 1968

54 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 15
Food Quest (220), 1967 - 1968

20 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 16
Domestic Animals (230), 1967 - 1968

34 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 17
Tillage (241), 1967 - 1968

23 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 18
Food (250), 1967 - 1968

46 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 19
Fire (370), 1967 - 1968

5 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 20
Property (420), 1967 - 1968

36 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 21
Exchange (430), 1967 - 1968

Part 1. Shell transactions. 91 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 22
Exchange (430), 1967 - 1968

Part 2. Singsings. 20 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 23
Exchange (430), 1967 - 1968

Part 3. Notes on the quality of shells. 8 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 24
Singsings (540), 1967 - 1968

30 pages. Typescript.

Box 5 Folder 25
Geneaology (550), 1967 - 1968

Part 1. Kamil. 32 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 1
Geneaology (550), 1967 - 1968

Part 2. Kusuk. 35 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 2
Geneaology (550), 1967 - 1968

Part 3. Lemli (Luluai). 34 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 3
Geneaology (550), 1967 - 1968

Part 4. Molio (Tultul). 34 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 4
Geneaology (550), 1967 - 1968

Part 5. Papolio. 51 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 5
Tabus (687), 1967 - 1968

18 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 6
Conflict (720), 1967 - 1968

11 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 7
Illness (750), 1967 - 1968

23 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 8
Sorcery (754), 1967 - 1968

7 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 9
Death (760), 1967 - 1968

23 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 10
Spirits (776), 1967 - 1968

17 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 11
Sex (830), 1967 - 1968

59 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 12
Reproduction (840), 1967 - 1968

2 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 13
Infancy/Childhood (850), 1967 - 1968

45 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 14
European Contact (900), 1967 - 1968

89 pages. Typescript.

Box 6 Folder 15
Christianity (902), 1967 - 1968

10 pages. Typescript.

Grant Materials

Box 6 Folder 16
Culture Contact in Southwest New Britain, 1967 - 1968

Part 1. Contains grant proposal, preliminary report, and final report. Three typescripts.

Box 6 Folder 17
Culture Contact in Southwest New Britain, 1967 - 1968

Part 2. Budget notes. Contains a notebook and a bank statement. Manuscript.

Miscellaneous Materials

Box 6 Folder 18
Drawings, 1968

3 pages of children's drawings.

ANGELEK FIELDNOTES, 1974

Scope and Content of Series

Series 4) ANGELEK FIELDNOTES, 1974: This series documents Goodale's second visit to Angelek where she transcribed about 300 audiorecordings that were in her possession by that time. The series is arranged in four subseries: A) Field Notebooks, B) Field Notebook Typescripts, C) Murdock's Human Relations Area Files, and D) Grant Materials.

A) The Field Notebooks are arranged chronologically and contain shorthand notebooks with Goodale's notes on daily activities, interviews with informats regarding music transcriptions, vocabulary lists related to tape recordings, transcriptions of songs, and references to tapes.

B) The Field Notebook Typescripts are arranged chronologically and contain typewritten copies of notebooks.

C) The Murdock's Human Relations Area Files contain typewritten notes on one subject category from Murdock's classyfication system - Tillage (241), extracted and compiled by Goodale from notebooks.

D) The Grant Materials include grant applications guidelines, drafts of submitted applications, and correspondence.

Field Notebooks

Box 6 Folder 19
Field Notebook # 1, 1974

June 13-27. 155 pages. Manuscript.

Box 6 Folder 20
Field Notebook # 2, 1974

June 26 - July 3. 100 pages. Manuscript.

Box 6 Folder 21
Field Notebook # 3, 1974

July 3-9. 98 pages. Manuscript.

Box 6 Folder 22
Field Notebook # 4, 1974

July 9-24. 160 pages. Manuscript.

Box 7 Folder 1
Field Notebook # 5, 1974

July 24 - August 8. 160 pages. Manuscript.

Box 7 Folder 2
Field Notebook # 6, 1974

August 8-20. 128 pages. Manuscript.

Field Notebook Typescripts

Box 7 Folder 3
Field Notebook # 1, 1974

June 13-27. Pages 1-34. Has references to tapes. Typescript.

Box 7 Folder 4
Field Notebook # 2, 1974

June 26 - July 3/4. Pages 35-54. Has references to tapes. Typescript.

Box 7 Folder 5
Field Notebook # 3, 1974

July 3-9. Pages 55-67. Has references to tapes. Typescript.

Box 7 Folder 6
Field Notebook # 4, 1974

July 9-24. Pages 68-99. Has references to tapes. Typescript.

Box 7 Folder 7
Field Notebook # 5, 1974

July 24 - August 8. Pages 101-133. Has references to tapes. Typescript.

Box 7 Folder 8
Field Notebook # 6, 1974

August 8-20. Pages 134-155. Has references to tapes. Typescript.

Murdock's Human Relations Area Files

Box 7 Folder 9
Tillage (241), 1974

June - August. 34 pages. Typescript.

Grant Materials

Box 7 Folder 10
Formal System of Learning in New Britain: A Study of Meaning and Content of Kaulong Song, 1973 - 1974

Contains grant application guidelines, correspondence, and drafts of submitted applications. Typescripts and notes.

GENEALOGY NOTES

Scope and Content of Series

Series 5) GENEALOGY NOTES: This series contains notebooks with notes on households, people's names, and kinship charts.

Box 7 Folder 11
Households and geneaologies notebook, Umbi, 1962

Manuscript.

Box 7 Folder 12
Geneaologies notebook, Umbi, 1962 - 1964

36 pages. Manuscript.

Box 7 Folder 13
Geneaology notes, Angelek, 1967 - 1968

Contains also notes on ethnic music tapes, Todd and Chowning comparative data, and questions. 48 pages. Manuscript.

Box 7 Folder 14
People's names, Angelek, 1967 - 1968

Notebook. Manuscript.

Box 7 Folder 15
Geneaology notebook, Angelek, 1974

Manuscript.

LINGUISTIC MATERIALS

Scope and Content of Series

Series 6) LINGUISTIC MATERIALS: This series documents Goodale's study of Kaulong language in the field and is arranged in three subseries: A) Kaulong Language Notes, B) Reference Materials, and C) Kaulong Language Dictionaries.

A) The Kaulong Language Notes contain typescripts with vocabulary lists extracted from notebooks and compiled by Goodale. Vocabulary lists preserve the same order in which they appear in notebooks.

B) The Reference Materials contain photocopies and typescripts with grammar and vocabulary information on Melanesian languages used by Goodale in New Britain.

C) The Kaulong Language Dictionaries contain compiled and handwritten notebooks of Kaulong-English and English-Kaulong dictionaries and a box of note cards with Kaulong words along with their meanings in English which are arranged alphabetically.

Kaulong Language Notes

Box 8 Folder 1
Kaulong language notes, 1962

83 pages. Typescript.

Box 8 Folder 2
Kaulong language notes, 1963 - 1964

61 pages. Typescript.

Reference Materials

Box 8 Folder 3
Basic Vocabulary Test List

Undated. Typescripts with notes.

Box 8 Folder 4
Lexicostatistical Comparisons, Highlands Districts Languages

Undated. Typescript.

Box 8 Folder 5
Melanesian languages grammar and vocabulary reference information

Undated. Typescript.

Box 8 Folder 6
New Guinea Non-Cultural Vocabulary

Undated. Typescript.

Kaulong Language Dictionaries

Box 8 Folder 7
English-Kaulong dictionary

Undated. 54 pages. Manuscript.

Box 8 Folder 8
Kaulong-English dictionary

Undated. A through D. 51 pages. Manuscript.

Box 8 Folder 9
Kaulong-English dictionary

Undated. A through Y. 60 pages. Manuscript.

Box 8 Folder 10
Kaulong-English dictionary notebook, Angelek

Undated. A through Y. 92 pages. Manuscript.

Box 9 Folder 1
Kaulong language note cards

Undated. A through Z. Manuscript. Contain note cards with Kaulong words along with their meanings in English and are arranged alphabetically.

WRITINGS BY GOODALE

Scope and Content of Series

Series 7) WRITINGS BY GOODALE: Arranged in five subseries: A) Books and Chapters in Books, B) Articles, C) Conference Papers, D) Graduate Papers, and E) Miscellaneous Writings.

A) The Books and Chapters in Books include drafts and production materials for two of Goodale's books, TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN: THE CONCEPT OF PERSON IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA (1995) and THE TWO-PARTY LINE: CONVERSATION IN THE FIELD (1996). Also included are her writings for encyclopedias and books authored and edited by others. Materials documenting production of Goodale's books are placed in the beginning of the subseries and followed by materials related to the production of chapters in books, which are arranged alphabetically by the title.

B) The Articles subseries includes folders typically containing the reprint and typed drafts of the paper.

C) The Conference Papers include handwritten and typed paper drafts, paper outlines, or notes.

D) The Graduate Papers contain two papers one of which was submitted for an anthropology class at Harvard University and another at the University of Pennsylvania.

E) The Miscellaneous Writings subseries includes unpublished notes on various topics related to fieldwork in New Britain and a review for a book by Gilbert Herdt.

Books and Chapters in Books

Box 10 Folder 1
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Monograph proposal

Undated. Drafts. Four typescripts.

Box 10 Folder 2
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Correspondence, 1991 - 1996

Letter regarding book publication.

Box 10 Folder 3
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Table of Contents

Undated. Typescript.

Box 10 Folder 4
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Preface, 1991

Drafts. Two typescripts.

Box 10 Folder 5
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Chapter 1 - The Kaulong and "Others": An Interpretive Hi

Undated. Draft. Typescript.

Box 10 Folder 6
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Chapter 3 - In Forest and Garden

Undated. Draft. Typescript.

Box 10 Folder 7
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Chapter 4 - Saying It with Shells

Undated. Drafts. Two typescripts.

Box 10 Folder 8
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Readers' comments, 1982 - 1995

Contains letters and reviews.

Box 10 Folder 9
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Index to photographs proposed for publication

Undated. Manuscript.

Box 10 Folder 10
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Black-and-white photographs

Undated. 4 x 6" (47 photos) and 8 x 10" (4 photographs).

Box 10 Folder 11
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Published illustrations

Undated. Photocopies of New Britain Island map (southwest region) and drawings of Taro plant and panpipes. One original drawing of panpipes.

Box 10 Folder 12
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Audiocassette with Kaulong music transcribed for the publication

Undated.

Box 11 Folder 1
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Correspondence regarding music transcription, 1992

Contains notes, invoice, and a letter. Transcription was done by Sylvia Glickman and Imants Mezaroups.

Box 11 Folder 2
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Notes on Kaulong Songs

Undated. 1 page of handwritten notes and photocopies of notes on post-its.

Box 11 Folder 3
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Transcriptions of Kaulong songs

Undated. Music pages with handwritten music scores (ink).

Box 11 Folder 4
TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN - Transcriptions of Kaulong songs

Undated. Music scores. Typescript.

Box 11 Folder 5
TWO-PARTY LINE - Book proposal, 1992

With Ann Chowning. Contains University of Washington Press Author's Questionnaire and a typescript of the book proposal. Typescript.

Box 11 Folder 6
TWO-PARTY LINE - Correspondence, 1995 - 1996

With Ann Chowning. Contains letters regarding the publication.

Box 11 Folder 7
TWO-PARTY LINE - Drafts

With Ann Chowning. Undated. Typescripts.

Box 11 Folder 8
TWO-PARTY LINE - Correspondence of Jane Goodale and Ann Chowning while in New Britain, Papua New Guinea, 1962 - 1964

With Ann Chowning. Typescripts of letters from Jane Goodale and Ann Chowning to each other and other correspondents. [Letters were considered for the publication and some of them were published]

Box 11 Folder 9
TWO-PARTY LINE - Readers' comments on the book, 1995 - 1996

With Ann Chowning. Contains letters and reviews.

Box 11 Folder 10
TWO-PARTY LINE - Index to photographs

With Ann Chowning. Undated. 2 pages. Manuscript.

Box 11 Folder 11
TWO-PARTY LINE - Black-and-white photographs proposed for publication

With Ann Chowning. Undated. Two sets of photographs, 4 x 6" (73 photos).

Box 11 Folder 12
TWO-PARTY LINE - Additional black-and-white photographs

With Ann Chowning. Undated. 8 x 10" (41 items).

Box 11 Folder 13
TWO-PARTY LINE - Miscellaneous materials

With Ann Chowning. Undated. Index to computer files, changes to the manuscript, photocopy of the map, list of geographical names in the study area, and photocopies of 8 photographs with handwritten titles below each picture.

Box 11 Folder 14
Gender, Sexuality, and Marriage: A Kaulong Model of Nature and Culture - in Nature, Culture and Gender, 1980

Ed. by C.P. MacCormack and M. Strathern. Contains notes and 2 typescripts.

Box 11 Folder 15
Kaulong - in Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, 1992

Ed. by Jacob Love and Andrienne Kaeppler. Contains 4 typescripts and correspondence.

Box 11 Folder 16
Pasismanua Census Division, West New Britain Open Electorate - in The Papua New Guinea Elections, 1965

Reprint and typescript.

Box 11 Folder 17
Siblings As Spouses: The Reproduction and Replacement of Kaulong Society, 1981

Published in Siblingship in Oceania: Studies in the Meaning of Kin Relations, ed. by Mac Marshall. Second and third drafts. Typescripts.

Box 11 Folder 18
Tiwi of North Australia - in Encyclopedia of World Cultures, 1991

Typescript.

Box 11 Folder 19
Under the Volcano - in The Politics of Dependence, Papua New Guinea, 1972

With Ann Chowning. Ed. by A.L. and T.S. Epstein and I. Grossart. Contains 3 typescripts and a letter from Bill Epstein.

Articles

Box 12 Folder 1
Blowgun Hunters of the South Pacific - With Ann Chowning photographs, 1966

March 17. Part 1. Paste-up with black-and-white and color photographs (preprint copy of the article with pages showing the position of captions and the text).

Box 12 Folder 2
Blowgun Hunters of the South Pacific - With Ann Chowning photographs, 1966

March 17. Part 2. Correspondence. Typescript of letters between Jane Goodale and Ann Chowning while they were in New Britain, Papua New Guinea, and a letter from Andrew H. Brown, Senior Editorial Staff at National Geographic Society.

Box 12 Folder 3
Flint Industry from Southwest New Britain, Territory of New Guinea, 1966

With Ann Chowning. Contains reprint and typescript.

Box 12 Folder 4
Imlohe and the Mysteries of the Passismanua, 1966

Spring. Part 1. Contains typescript.

Box 12 Folder 5
Imlohe and the Mysteries of the Passismanua, 1966

Spring. Part 2. Copy of Expedition Magazine with the article.

Box 12 Folder 6
Imlohe and the Mysteries of the Passismanua, 1966

Spring. Part 3. Black-and-white photographs used in the publication.

Box 12 Folder 7
Marriage Contracts Among the Tiwi, 1962

Contains reprint.

Box 12 Folder 8
Pig's Teeth and Skull Cycles: Both Sides of the Face of Humanity, 1985

June. Contains reprint and first draft. Typescript.

Conference Papers

Box 12 Folder 9
Big-Men, Big-Women: The Elite in a Melanesian Society, 1976

November. Presented at American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. Contains typescript with notes.

Box 12 Folder 10
Contaminating Woman, 1971

Presented at AAA Annual Meeting. Contains handwritten outline of the paper, drafts (1 manuscript and 4 typescripts), and a letter from Ann Chowning with comments about the article.

Box 12 Folder 11
From Wards and Converts to Economic Strategists: The Contemporary Tiwi of North Australia Plan for the Future, 1997

July 17-20. Presented at the conference "From Myth to Mynerals: Place, Narrative, and Land Transformation," held in Canberra, Australia. Contains correspondence, abstract, and typescript.

Box 12 Folder 12
In the Poker Game of Life Knowledge Is a Winning Hand: The Management of Knowledge Among the Kaulong..., 1976

April 15. Presented at the Symposium on the Management of Knowledge in Oceania. Contains 3 typescripts.

Box 12 Folder 13
Kaulong Gender, 1973

April. Contains typescript.

Box 12 Folder 14
Management of Knowledge Among the Kaulong, 1978

February 15-19. Presented at the ASAO Symposium on Knowledge in Oceania held in Asilomar, California. Contains correspondence, Outline for Symposium Presentations, list of paticipants in the preliminary session "Knowledge in Oceania," Report on Working Session on Knowledge in Oceania (typescripts), notes (manuscript), and two paper drafts (typescripts).

Box 12 Folder 15
Politics in the Passismanu, 1970

June 17-21. Presented at the conference on the Anthropology of the Bismark Archipelago at the Center for South Pacific Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Contains paper outline (manuscript), notes (manuscript), and 4 drafts (typescripts).

Box 13 Folder 1
Rape of the Men and the Seduction of Women Among the Kaulong and Sengseng of New Britain, 1973

Contains three drafts. Typescripts with notes.

Box 13 Folder 2
Saying It with Shells in Southwest New Britain, 1978

November. Presented at the Symposium on Symbolic Aspects of Melanesian Exchange, held in Los Angeles, California (AAA Annual Meeting). Contains manuscript and notes, 3 typescripts, and correspondence.

Box 13 Folder 3
When All Men are Brothers What's a Woman to Do? Siblings Relationships in Kaulong, Southwest New Britain, 1978

February 15-19. Presented at the ASAO Symposium on the Meaning of Siblings in Oceania, held in Asilomar, California. Contains notes (manuscript), 3 typescripts with notes, and 4 figures.

Graduate Papers

Box 13 Folder 4
Critical Review of Aku-Aku, 1959

Graduate student paper for Peoples and Cultures of the Pacific at the University of Pennsylvania. Typescript.

Box 13 Folder 5
Religion and Ritual of Dobu Island, 1948

First graduate student paper for an anthropology class at Harvard University. Manuscript.

Miscellaneous Writings

Box 13 Folder 6
Notes on agriculture and exchange in Kaulong

Undated. Contains notes, chart of seasonal activities in Kaulong, and a photocopy of a map of the Kaulong speaking region.

Box 13 Folder 7
Notes on gender, singsings, exchange of shells, skulls, and garden spell

Undated. Manuscripts and typescripts.

Box 13 Folder 8
Notes on various events and experiences in Kaulong

Undated. Manuscripts.

Box 13 Folder 9
Review on "Gardens of the Flutes: Idioms of Masculinity" - book by Gilbert Herdt, 1983

February 6. Contains manuscript, typescript, and a letter regarding review.

Box 13 Folder 10
Study of Mass Movements in the Pacific, 1953

Contains typescript.

WRITINGS BY OTHERS

Scope and Content of Series

Series 8) WRITINGS BY OTHERS: Arranged in alphabetical order by the last name of the author and arranged in two subseries: A) Articles and B) Bibliography Cards.

A) The Articles subseries contains typescripts, reprints, or photocopies of articles that were very important for or related to Goodale's research in Papua New Guinea. The subseries includes unpublished works of Ann Chowning and articles discussing archaeological findings in New Britain.

B) The Bibliography Cards refer to publications that Goodale consulted and contain note cards with author's name, title of the publication, publication information, and, occasionally, library call numbers.

Articles

Box 13 Folder 11
Bulmer, Susan. Waisted Blades and Axes: A Functional Interpretation of Some Early Stone Tools from PNG, 1977

Contains photocopy of the article. Article discusses tools similar to those (Imlos) found by Jane Goodale while in New Britain.

Box 13 Folder 12
Chinnery, E.W. Pearson. Notes on the Village of the Mandated Territory of New Guinea, 1925

Contains photocopy of the article. This work was very important for planning Jane Goodale's research in Papua New Guinea.

Box 13 Folder 13
Chowning, Ann. Choice of Kin Roles in Lakalai, 1966

December 5. Contains typescript (unpublished presentation?).

Box 13 Folder 14
Chowning, Ann. Kove Political Organization

Undated. Contains typescript (unpublished?).

Box 13 Folder 15
Chowning, Ann. Lakalai Religion and World View and the Concept of "Seaboard Religion", 1968

Contains 2 typescripts (unpublished?).

Box 13 Folder 16
Parish, Ruth Ann. Spirits of '76* or a Preliminary Study of the Spirit Beliefs of the Kaulong People, 1971

Contains typescript. Student paper of Ruth Parish for an anthropology class taught by Jane Goodale in Bryn Mawr College. (*"Spirits and Ghosts" is listed as heading #776 in Murdock's Human Relations Area Files)

Box 13 Folder 17
Pavlides, Christina and Gosden Chris. 35000 Year Old Sites in the Rainforests of West New Britain, PNG, 1994

September. Contains reprint and typescript. The article discusses tools similar to those (Imlos) found by Jane Goodale in New Britain.

Box 13 Folder 18
Pavlides, Christina. New Archeological Research at Yombon, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea, 1993

Contains reprint. The article discusses tools similar to those (Imlos) found by Jane Goodale in New Britain.

Box 13 Folder 19
Specht, Jim. Preliminary Report on Archeological Research in West New Britain Province in 1979-1980, 1980

Contains one photocopy of the article. The article discusses archeology of Kandrian and other areas in West New Britain near places of Jane Goodale's fieldwork.

Box 13 Folder 20
Specht, Jim, Lilley, Ian, and Normu, John. Radiocarbon Dates from West New Britain, Papua New Guinea, 1981

Contains photocopy of the article. The article discusses archeological findings in areas near places of Jane Goodale's fieldwork in New Britain.

Bibliography Cards

Box 14 Folder 1
Bibliography cards

Bibliography cards are arranged by the author in alphabetical order A through Z.

TEACHING MATERIALS

Scope and Content of Series

Series 9) TEACHING MATERIALS: This series is arranged alphabetically by the folder title and contains course materials related to her teaching career at Bryn Mawr College such as notes, syllabi, exam questions, and lists of suggested readings.

Box 15 Folder 1
Lecture Notes - Cruz Illiria, 1987

March 15-31. Part 1. Contains Cruz brochure, schedule of events, and a list of participants.

Box 15 Folder 2
Lecture Notes - Cruz Illiria, 1987

March 15-31. Part 2. Contains list of suggested readings and lecture notes.

Box 15 Folder 3
Lecture Notes - Cruz Illiria, 1987

March 15-31. Part 3. Contains correspondence and biographical information.

Box 15 Folder 4
Lecture Notes - Melanesia exchange

Undated. Contains manuscripts and photocopies of reference articles.

Box 15 Folder 5
Lecture Notes - Melanesia knowledge

Undated. Contains notes (manuscripts).

Box 15 Folder 6
Lecture Notes - Melanesia initiation

Undated. Contains notes (manuscripts).

Box 15 Folder 7
Lecture Notes - Notion of self in Melanesian culture

Undated. Contains notes (manuscripts) and a photocopy of the article by Michael Panoff " The Notion of Double Self Among the Maenge."

Box 15 Folder 8
Lecture Notes - Oceania: Topics in Melanesian Ethnography, 1981 - 1992

Contains syllabi, notes (manuscripts), and photocopies of selected pages from articles on Melanesian trade and kin groups.

Box 15 Folder 9
Mid-Semester Quiz, 1964 - 1965

Quiz for Anthropology 203A - Primitive Culture, Bryn Mawr College. Contains typescript and notes (manuscripts).

Box 15 Folder 10
Notes from a graduate seminar in anthropology, Bryn Mawr College, 1970 - 1971

Notes on student presentations (manuscripts).

Box 15 Folder 11
Reading notes on contemporary Melanesia

Undated. Contains notes (manuscripts).

SUBJECT FILES

Scope and Content of Series

Series 10) SUBJECT FILES: This series is arranged alphabetically by the subject and contains primarily research materials related to Goodale's fieldwork in New Britain. Included are fieldwork area maps, maps of the South Pacific Islands, maps of open electorates in Papua New Guinea, and correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, documents, and memorandums related to the Papua New Guinea House of Assembly Elections 1968 Study in which Goodale participated while in Papua New Guinea.

Box 15 Folder 12
Australian National University of Advanced Studies - Guidelines for Filing Fieldwork Expenses, 1961

Contains typescript.

Box 15 Folder 13
Department of Anthropology and Sociology - Description of Departmental Research Facilities, 1960

Contains typescript.

Oversize MC-051-03
Map of Gasmata sub-district, New Britain, Papua New Guinea

Undated. Map of area study, portion of Gasmata sub-district. Scale: 8 miles to an inch. Contains handwritten notes and drawings. The map was drawn by David Goodger, the Kandrian patrol officer, who spent a week preparing a sketch map of the region from his own patrols into the interior.

Box 15 Folder 15
Maps of sub-regions in New Britain, Papua New Guinea, 1962

Contains photocopies of area study maps, figures, and index to maps.

Oversize MC-051-04
Maps of New Britain Open Electorates, Papua New Guinea

Undated (1960s?). Contains maps of Daulo and Goroka open electorates of Eastern Highlands and Madang Districts; map of Okapa Open Electorate, Lufa, Henganofi and Kainantu Open Electorates; map of Talasea Open Electorate and Kandrian Open Electorate; and map of Gazelle and Kokopo Open Electorates.

Oversize MC-051-05
Maps of British Solomon Islands, New Guinea, Australia, Indonesia, Bismark Archipelago, and Banda Sea, 1965 - 1967

Contains maps.

Oversize MC-051-06
Maps of South Pacific Ocean Islands including Micronesia, Polynesia, and Melanesia, 1938 - 1975

Contains 5 originals and 1 photocopy. Maps of South Pacific Islands (1938), New Britain (full-size photocopy), Austronesian Languages by Peter Lincoln (1975), New Britain and New Ireland published by H. E. C. Robinson LTD, Islands of the Pacific published by the National Geographic Society (1974), Papua and New Guinea published by the Division of National Mapping, Canberra A.C.T. (1958).

Box 15 Folder 19
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, 1970

Contains 2 photocopies.

Box 15 Folder 20 Oversize FB42004
Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine articles

Undated. Photocopy of magazine article "Romantic Voyage of the Varua," photocopy of Guinea Gold (Vol.1, No.1, November 19, 1942), and photocopy of the article "Hunt Them to Death" (on wildlife in New Guinea).

Box 15 Folder 21
Papua New Guinea House of Assembly Elections 1968 Study - Correspondence, 1967 - 1968

Contains letters.

Box 15 Folder 22
Papua New Guinea House of Assembly Elections 1968 Study - Notes

Undated (1968?). Contains manuscript.

Box 15 Folder 23
Papua New Guinea House of Assembly Elections 1968 Study - Documents and memorandum for research workers, 1968

Contains typescripts of the following documents: Research Study of the Papua and New Guinea House of Assembly Elections 1968; Briefing Document for Research Workers; Research Areas and Field Teams; Administrative Arrangements; Questionnaire for Candidates; Some References on Elections in Developing Countries; Briefing Session, Lae, 2-3 January, 1968; Field Addresses of Team Members; and Memorandum for Possible Contributors to a New Guinea Election Study.

Box 15 Folder 24 Oversize FB42003
Papua New Guinea House of Assembly Elections 1968 Study - Newspaper clippings - Part 1, 1967 - 1968

Contains photocopies of newspaper articles concerned with elections in Papua New Guinea.

Box 16 Folder 1
Papua New Guinea House of Assembly Elections 1968 Study - Newspaper clippings - Part 2

Undated. Photocopies of newspaper articles concerned with elections in Papua New Guinea.

Box 16 Folder 2
Territory of Papua New Guinea, Department of Native Affairs Staff Postings, 1963 - 1967

Contains typescript.

CORRESPONDENCE

Scope and Content of Series

Series 11) CORRESPONDENCE: This series, arranged chronologically, contains letters from colleagues, friends, students, informants, and local government officials in Papua New Guinea. Among most frequent correspondents are Ann Chowning, Judith W. Huntsman, H. L. Alexander, Nancy Williams, Ann Smith, Bob Tonkinson, and Longina Jakubowska.

Box 16 Folder 3
1963
Box 16 Folder 4
1964

Letters from/to David Dumas, Arctic Ethnologist.

Box 16 Folder 5
1967

Letters from Ann Chowning, Judith W. Huntsman, H.L. Alexander, Tony Hooper, Nora Clearman England, Jim McMillan, and Eric D. Dallimore.

Box 16 Folder 6
1968

Letters from Ann Chowning, Judith Huntsman, F. Karl Hofmann, Eric D. Dallimore, Susan C. Reeves (Australian University), and Warren Shapiro, as well as, from other unidentified correspondents.

Box 16 Folder 7
1969

Contains letters from Ann Chowning, Judith Huntsman, and other (unidentified) correspondents.

Box 16 Folder 8
1970-1972

Contains letters from Ann Chowning, Judith Huntsman, Ann Smith, Liesa (Stamm) Averbach, Margaret Williamson, and others.

Box 16 Folder 9
1973

Contains letters from Judith Huntsman, Margaret Williamson, Ann Smith, Lenore Ralston, Fred Myers, Ann Chowning, Nancy Williams and other (unidentified) correspondents.

Box 16 Folder 10
1974

Contains letters from Nancy Williams.

Box 16 Folder 11
1975

Contains letters from Judith Huntsman, Barbara Kopytoff, David Douglas, and Ann Chowning.

Box 16 Folder 12
1976-1977

Contains letters from Mimi Kahn, B. Clark, and Department of Education Papua New Guinea Research Grants Division.

Box 16 Folder 13
1979

Contains letters from Ann Chowning and Ali Logan.

Box 16 Folder 14
1982-1983

Contains letters from Ann Chowning, Bill Donner, postcard and memorandum from Bryn Mawr College.

Box 16 Folder 15
1984

Contains letters from National Geographic Society, Bob Tonkinson, and H.L. Alexander.

Box 16 Folder 16
1985

Contains letters from Radcliffe College, Australian Consulate-General, H.L. Alexander, Logina Jakubowska, Darwin Institute of Technology, John Caughey, and Sne Kenya.

Box 16 Folder 17
1987

Contains letters from Judith Ritter, F. de Laguna, William Hay, Elizabeth Colson, Julia Lydon, Jan Wolfsky, Joy Bilhars Kolb, and Ann Chowning.

Box 16 Folder 18
1993-1996

Contains letters from Chris Pavlides (addressed to Ann Chowning), La Trobe University Department of Archeology, and University of British Columbia.

Box 16 Folder 19
Correspondence

Undated.

Box 16 Folder 20
Correspondence while in Papua New Guinea

Undated.

Box 16 Folder 21
Letters of recommendation, 1974 - 1979

Restrictions Apply

RECORDINGS

Scope and Content of Series

Series 12) RECORDINGS: This series documents song performances recorded by Goodale in Umbi and Angelek during her three visits to New Britain Island. Included are tape transcriptions, notes on tapes, and audiorecordings in reel-to-reel and cassette formats. The series is arranged in four subseries: A) Umbi Fieldwork Tapes and Notes, 1962-1964, B) Angelek Fieldwork Tapes and Notes, 1967-1968, C) Angelek Fieldwork Tapes and Notes, 1974, and D) Miscellaneous Tapes.

A) The Umbi Fieldwork Tapes and Notes, 1962-1964 subseries, contains an index to tapes and reel-to-reel tapes recorded in Umbi. The subseries includes 7 source tapes and 2 sets of duplicate tapes. The source tapes are arranged chronologically with the index to tapes placed in the beginning of the subseries.

B) The Angelek Fieldwork Tapes and Notes, 1967-1968, contain a handwritten and typed index to tapes and notes on tapes, 35 original reel-to-reel tapes recorded in Angelek and 13 reel-to-reel tapes later compiled by Goodale from the originals. Index to tapes and notes on tapes are placed in the beginning of the subseries, followed by original tapes, and then by compiled tapes. Both sets of tapes are arranged by the number originally assigned by Goodale to each tape.

C) The Angelek Fieldwork Tapes and Notes, 1974 contain an index to tapes, notes on tapes, 18 cassette tapes compiled by Goodale from source tapes recorded in Angelek in 1967-1968, 3 cassette tapes compiled from source tapes recorded in Umbi in 1962-1964, and 15 cassette source tapes recorded in Angelek in 1974. Compiled tapes were created in 1974 and used by Goodale for transcriptions during her visit to Angelek. The subseries is arranged in numerical order using Goodale's original numbering system. In the beginning of the subseries are indexes, notes on tapes, followed by series of compiled tapes, and concluded by source tapes.

D) The Miscellaneous Tapes contain unidentified and undated reel-to-reel tapes.

Umbi Fieldwork Tapes and Notes, 1962-1964

Box 16 Folder 22
Notes on tapes

Undated. Manuscript.

Box 16 Folder 23
Umbi (source tape) # 1, 1963

July. Side A: Trial singsings. Side B: Kundu trial. (Singsing is a song performance)

Box 17 Folder 1
Umbi (source tape) # 2, 1963

July 26 - September 13. Side A: Singsing in house (July 26). Side B: End of singsing in house, Singsing with a pig (Lut a Yu) or singsing before pig's sacrifice - Part 1 (September 13).

Box 17 Folder 2
Umbi (source tape) # 3, 1963

September 13. Side A: Singsing with a pig (Lut a Yu) - Part 2. Side B: End of singsing with a pig.

Box 17 Folder 3
Umbi (source tape) # 4, 1963

April 27. Side A: Singsing in the village. Side B: Blank.

Box 17 Folder 4
Umbi (source tape) # 5, 1964

March 18-19. Side A and B: Stories.

Box 17 Folder 5
Umbi (source tape) # 6, 1964

March 19. Side A: Stories (continued). Side B: Blank.

Box 17 Folder 6
Umbi (source tape) # 7, 1964

April 4. Side A and B: Stories (continued).

Box 18 Folder 1
Umbi tapes - duplicates, 1963 - 1964

Duplicates of Umbi tapes # 1-7, copy 1 and 2.

Angelek Fieldwork Tapes and Notes, 1967- 1968

Box 19 Folder 1
Index to tapes recorded in Angelek, New Britain, Papua New Guinea - Notebook, 1967 - 1968

Contains notebook (manuscript).

Box 19 Folder 2
Index to tapes recorded in Angelek, New Britain, Papua New Guinea - typescript, 1967 - 1968

Contains typescript.

Box 19 Folder 3
Index to tapes compiled from source tapes, 1967 - 1968

Contains manuscripts and typescripts.

Box 19 Folder 4
Notes on tapes, 1967 - 1968

Contains manuscripts and typescripts.

Box 19 Folder 5
Angelek (source tape) # 1, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Singsing in house, Stories. Side B: Stories (continued). For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 2, page 8), Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 1, page 17-18; Notebook # 5, page 103; Notebook # 4, page 99), and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 19 Folder 6
Angelek (source tape) # 2, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Stories (continued). Side B: Stories (continued), School songs. For tape transcriptions, see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 2, page 8), Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 6, page 149-150), and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 19 Folder 7
Angelek (source tape) # 3, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Stories (October 8). Side B: Stories (October 9). For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 2, page 9) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 19 Folder 8
Angelek (source tape) # 4, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Stories (continued). For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 2, page 9-10), Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 3, page 55), and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 19 Folder 9
Angelek (source tape) # 5, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Singsing in house. Side B: Singsing in Gisamilo (village), October 15-16, Part 1. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 1, page 9-10; Notebook # 3, page 55) and in Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 19 Folder 10
Angelek (source tape) # 6, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Singsing in Gisamilo, October 15-16, Part 2 and 3. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 11, page 29-30), Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 1, page 11-12), and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Restrictions Apply

Box 20 Folder 1
Angelek (source tape) # 7, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Singsing in Gisamilo, October 15-16, Part 4 & 5. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts (Notebook # 3, page 15) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 20 Folder 2
Angelek (source tape) # 8, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Singsing "before eye and pig" (Lut a Yu) in Gisamilo or before pig's sacrifice. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook 1, page 15) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 20 Folder 3
Angelek (source tape) # 9, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Singsing in Gisamilo. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 4, page 9) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 20 Folder 4
Angelek (source tape) # 10, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Stories, Singsing in house (coconuts). Side B: Singsing in house (continued).

Box 20 Folder 5
Angelek (source tape) # 11, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Singsing in Paduor (village). For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 2, page 41) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 20 Folder 6
Angelek (source tape) # 12, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Singsing in Paduor (continued).

Box 20 Folder 7
Angelek (source tape) # 13, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: School Singsing, December 2. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 5, page 129) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 21 Folder 1
Angelek (source tape) # 14, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Dialects of Kaulong, Singsing with a skull of a man (laungin). Side B: Panpipes (lawi) and flute (lapulil). For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 9, page 27), Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 5, page 104), and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 21 Folder 2
Angelek (source tape) # 15, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Sia (type of song performance with a masked dance originated in Siassi, region in Papua New Guinea). Side B: Tubuan (type of song performance with a masked figure dressed in a costume made of painted bark, feathers, wood, and streamers of leaves). For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 1, page 29; Notebook # 5, page 107) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 21 Folder 3
Angelek (source tape) # 16, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Christmas in Lauring (village), Dikaiyikngin singsing (all-night ceremony of singing), singsing in Silo (village), sasungin (tooth blackening ceremony performed on young men) in Lapalam (village) on January 15-16. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 7, page 7) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 21 Folder 4
Angelek (source tape) # 17, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Sasungin, January 15-16 (continued).

Box 21 Folder 5
Angelek (source tape) # 19, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Singsing in Anahau (village), January 29-30.

Box 21 Folder 6
Angelek (source tape) # 20, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Singsing in Anahau (continued). Side B: Women singing at Pandome's Puberty (first menses ritual).

Box 21 Folder 7
Angelek (source tape) # 21, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Singsing with flutes, nuts, and panpipes. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 9, page 28; Notebook # 10, page 7) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 22 Folder 1
Angelek (source tape) # 22, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Panpipes, flutes, and larasup (bunched pipes). Side B: Larasup. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 10, page 9, page 15) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 22 Folder 2
Angelek (source tape) # 23, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Larasup (continued). For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 11, page 4) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974 series.

Box 22 Folder 3
Angelek (source tape) # 24, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Myths and fairy-tales. Side B: Myths and children's songs. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 11, page 6-12) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 22 Folder 4
Angelek (source tape) # 25, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Geneaology stories. Side B: Larasup (bunched pipes). For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 11, page 20-21) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 22 Folder 5
Angelek (source tape) # 26, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Singsing with a skull of a man (laungin). Side B: Singsing with a skull of a man (continued), Stories. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 11, page 22-23) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 22 Folder 6
Angelek (source tape) # 27, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Stories.

Box 22 Folder 7
Angelek (source tape) # 28, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Stories (continued). Side B: Stories (continued), Sasokngin singsing (burial songs). For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 12, page 1-3, 5) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 23 Folder 1
Angelek (source tape) # 29, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Stories. Side B: Stories (continued), Lawi (panpipes). For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 12, page 6-8) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 23 Folder 2
Angelek (source tape) # 30, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Stories. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1967-1968 (Notebook # 12, page 12-14) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 23 Folder 3
Angelek (source tape) # 31, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Singsing with pig Awan, May 23-24.

Box 23 Folder 4
Angelek (source tape) # 32A, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Stories. Side B: Blank.

Box 23 Folder 5
Angelek (source tape) # 32B, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Stories. Side B: Blank.

Box 23 Folder 6
Angelek (source tape) # 33, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Kapti singsing.

Box 23 Folder 7
Angelek (source tape) # 35, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Lawi (panpipes). Side B: Kapti.

Box 24 Folder 1
Angelek (source tape) # 36, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Last singsing.

Box 24 Folder 2
Angelek (compiled tape) # S1, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Singsing in Gisamilo (village), October 15-16. Side B: Blank.

Box 24 Folder 3
Angelek (compiled tape) # S2, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Lut a Yu singsing in Gisamilo, October 15-16. Lut a Yu singsing is a type of song performance involving the sacrifice of pigs.

Box 24 Folder 4
Angelek (compiled tape) # S3, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Lut a Yu singsing in Anahau (village).

Box 24 Folder 5
Angelek (compiled tape) # S4, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Sasungin (tooth blackening ritual or boy's initiation to adulthood), Pandome's puberty singsing (first menses ritual or girl's initiation to adulthood), and Dikaiyikngin (all-night song performance) singsing in Gisamilo.

Box 24 Folder 6
Angelek (compiled tape) # S5, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: House singsing.

Box 24 Folder 7
Angelek (compiled tape) # S6, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Instrumental music - Lawi (panpipes), lapulil (flute), and larasup (bunched pipes).

Box 25 Folder 1
Angelek (compiled tape) # S7, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Larasup (bunched pipes), School singsing, Sia singsing (type of song performance with dance originated in Siassi region of Papua New Guinea), Tubuan singsing (type of song performance with a masked figure), Dikaiyikngin singsing (all-night singsing), and Kapti singsing # 2.

Box 25 Folder 2
Angelek (compiled tape) # S8, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Kapti singsing # 2 and # 4.

Box 25 Folder 3
Angelek (compiled tape) # SX, 1967 - 1968

Side A: Instrumental music with nuts, flutes, panpipes, and larasup (bunched pipes), House singsing, Children chingsing, Sasokngin singsing (with a skull of a man or mortuary singsing). Side B: Tamberan song (ghost song), Dikaiyikngin (all-night) singsing, Lut a Yu singsing (with sacrifice of pigs), Pandome's puberty ritual, and Sasungin (tooth blackening or boy's initiation).

Box 25 Folder 4
Angelek (compiled tape) # M1, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Stories.

Box 25 Folder 5
Angelek (compiled tape) # M2, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Stories.

Box 25 Folder 6
Angelek (compiled tape) # M3, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Stories.

Box 26 Folder 1
Angelek (compiled tape) # M4, 1967 - 1968

Side A and B: Stories and Larasup (bunched pipes).

Angelek Fieldwork Tapes and Notes, 1974

Box 26 Folder 2
Index to tapes recorded in Angelek, Papua New Guinea, 1974

Contains 2 notebooks (manuscripts). Notes refer to compiled tapes on cassettes C1-C18 and additional recordings made in 1974.

Box 26 Folder 3
Lecture notes - Summary of thoughts on singsings and songs

Undated. Contains manuscripts and typescript.

Box 26 Folder 4
Notes on lecture tapes, 1979

Contains manuscript.

Box 26 Folder 5
Notes on tapes - Part 1, 1974

Contains typescript with inserted pages of notes (pages 1-160). Notes refer to Angelek compiled tapes C1-18 and additional recordings made in 1974.

Box 26 Folder 6
Notes on tapes - Part 2, 1974

Contains additional notes (manuscript). Notes refer to Angelek compiled tapes C1-C18 and additional recordings made in 1974.

Box 26 Folder 7
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C1, 1974

Side A: Singsing in Gisamilo (village). Side B: Dikaiyikngin singsing (all-night ceremony), October 15-16.

Box 26 Folder 8
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C2, 1974

Side A and B: Dikaiyikngin in Gisamilo (continued).

Box 26 Folder 9
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C3, 1974

Side A and B: Dikaiyikngin in Gisamilo (continued). Side B: Lut a Yu singsing (with sacrifice of pigs) in Gisamilo - Part 1.

Box 27 Folder 1
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C4, 1974

Side A: Lut a Yu in Gisamilo - Part 2. Side B: Lut a Yu in Paduor (village) - Part 1.

Box 27 Folder 2
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C5, 1974

Side A: Lut a Yu in Paduor - Part 2. Side B: Lut a Yu in Paduor - Part 3.

Box 27 Folder 3
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C6, 1974

Side A: Lut a Yu in Paduor (concluded) - Part 4. Side B: Lut a Yu in Anahau (village) - Part 1.

Box 27 Folder 4
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C7, 1974

Side A: Lut a Yu in Anahau - Part 2. Side B: Lut a Yu in Anahau - Part 3.

Box 27 Folder 5
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C8, 1974

Side A: Lut a Yu Singsing with pig Awan - Part 1. Side B: Lut a Yu Singsing with pig Awan - Part 2. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook 3, page 61) and in Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 27 Folder 6
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C9, 1974

Side A: Lut a Yu singsing with pig Awan - Part 3, Lut a Yu singsing in Silo (village).

Box 27 Folder 7
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C10, 1974

Side A: Sasungin singsing (tooth blackening ceremony or boy's initiation to adulthood) in Lapalam - First night. Side B: Sasungin singsing in Lapalam - Second night.

Box 28 Folder 1
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C11, 1974

Side A: Sasungin in Lapalam - First and second night (continued). Side B: Sasungin in Lapalam (concluded), Puberty singsing (first menses ritual or girl's initiation to adulthood), Dikaiyikngin singsing (all-night performance) - Part 1.

Box 28 Folder 2
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C12, 1974

Side A: Dikaiyikngin in Gisamilo - Part 2. Side B: Dikaiyikngin in Gisamilo - Part 3.

Box 28 Folder 3
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C13, 1974

Side A: Sasokngin singsing (mortuary/funerary performance with a skull of a man) - Part 1. Side B: Sasokngin singsing - Part 2, Tamberan song (ghost song).

Box 28 Folder 4
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C14, 1974

Side A: House singsings - Part 3. Side B: House singsings - Part 4.

Box 28 Folder 5
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C15, 1974

Side A: House singsings - Part 5. Side B: House singsings - Part 6. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 3, page 67) and Notes on tapes 1967-1968 and 1974.

Box 28 Folder 6
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C16, 1974

Side A and B: School singsing, December 1967.

Box 28 Folder 7
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C17, 1974

Side A: Christmas in Kandrian, Tubuan singsing (song and dance performance with masked figures dressed in clothes from bark, feathers, and strimers of leaves) - Part 1. Side B: Tubuan singsing - Part 2, Dikaiyikngin singsing.

Box 29 Folder 1
Angelek (compiled cassette) # C18, 1974

Side A: Tooth blackening singsing in Sengseng language.

Box 29 Folder 2
Umbi (compiled cassette) # 1, 1974

Side A and B: Singsing in house - Part 1.

Box 29 Folder 3
Umbi (compiled cassette) # 2, 1974

Side A: Lut a Yu - Part 1. Side B: Lut a Yu - Part 2.

Box 29 Folder 4
Umbi (compiled cassette) # 3, 1974

Side A and B: Lut a Yu - Part 3.

Box 29 Folder 5
Angelek cassette (source) # 1, 1974

Tubuan in Pomima (village) - Part 1, June 21.

Box 29 Folder 6
Angelek cassette (source) # 2, 1974

Tubuan in Pomima - Part 2, June 21.

Box 29 Folder 7
Angelek cassette (source) # 3, 1974

House singsings - Part 1. Side A: June 20. Side B: June 25 - July 4.

Box 30 Folder 1
Angelek cassette (source) # 4, 1974

House singsings - Part 2 and 4. Side A: June 29. Side B: July 21. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 2, page 46-47; Notebook # 3, page 56; Notebook # 5, page 104) and Notes on tapes 1974.

Box 30 Folder 2
Angelek cassette (source) # 5, 1974

House singsings - Part 5. Side A: July 9-10. Side B: July 11. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 4, page 85) and Notes on tapes 1974.

Box 30 Folder 3
Angelek cassette (source) # 6, 1974

House singsings - Part 6. Side A: July 23. Side B: August 8. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 5) and Notes on tapes 1974.

Box 30 Folder 4
Angelek cassette (source) # 7, 1974

Stories - Part 1. Side A: June 19. Side B: June 27. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 2, page 37-38) and Notes on tapes 1974.

Box 30 Folder 5
Angelek cassette (source) # 8, 1974

Stories - Part 2. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 2, page 43-45) and Notes on tapes 1974.

Box 30 Folder 6
Angelek cassette (source) # 9, 1974

Stories - Part 3. Side A: July 18. Side B: July 24. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 3, page 62-63; Notebook # 4, page 86-87; Notebook # 5, page 101) and Notes on tapes 1974.

Box 31 Folder 1
Angelek cassette (source) # 10, 1974

Stories - Part 4. Side A: July 24. Side B: August 13.

Box 31 Folder 2
Angelek cassette (source) # 11, 1974

Stories - Part 5. For tape transcriptions see Field notebook typescripts 1974 (Notebook # 6, page 154) and Notes on tapes 1974.

Box 31 Folder 3
Angelek cassette (source) # 12, 1974

Instrumental music - Larasup (bunched pipes) and lawi (panpipes).

Box 31 Folder 4
Angelek cassette (source) # 13, 1974

Kapti singsing and talk - Part 1, August 2.

Box 31 Folder 5
Angelek cassette (source) # 14, 1974

Kapti singsing - Part 2 and 3, August 2.

Box 31 Folder 6
Angelek cassette (source) # 15, 1974

Kapti singsing - Part 4 and 5, August 2.

Miscellaneous Tapes

Box 31 Folder 7
Fairwell party

Undated.

Box 32 Folder 1
Kaulong music

Undated. Side A: Manus, Kombe. Side B: Tooth blackening, Flute (Benio).

Box 32 Folder 2
Tiwi texts by C.R. Osborne

Undated. Language tape on a cassette for Tiwi language textbook by C.R. Osborne.

Box 32 Folder 3
Unidentified reel-to-reel tape
Box 32 Folder 4
Unidentified reel-to-reel tape
Box 32 Folder 5
Unidentified reel-to-reel tape
Box 32 Folder 6
Unidentified reel-to-reel tape
Box 32 Folder 7
Unidentified reel-to-reel tape
Box 33 Folder 1
Unidentified reel-to-reel tape
Box 33 Folder 2
Unidentified reel-to-reel tape
Box 33 Folder 3
Unidentified reel-to-reel tape

PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS

Scope and Content of Series

Series 13) PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS: This series documents daily life of Kaulong speaking communities in New Britain, as well as regional costumes, rituals, dance, and song performances. Also included are slides and photographs of other Papua New Guinea regions and Melanesia Islands. The series is arranged in six subseries: A) Umbi Fieldwork Slides, 1963-1964, B) Angelek Fieldwork Slides, 1967-1968, C) Selections of Slides Arranged by Topic, 1963-1968, D) Selections of Slides Used in Publications, and E) Miscellaneous Slides of Melanesia, 1962 and 1987.

A) The Umbi Fieldwork Slides, 1963-1964, were taken during Goodale's fieldwork in Umbi of New Britain Island. The subseries contains an index to slides and 170 rolls of film. The subseries is arranged numerically using roll numbers assigned by Goodale with the index to slides placed in the beginning of the subseries.

B) The Angelek Filedwork Slides, 1967-1968, were taken during Goodale's fieldwork in Angelek of New Britain Island. The subseries contains an index to slides and 29 rolls of film. The subseries is arranged numerically using roll numbers assigned by Goodale with the index to slides placed in the beginning of the subseries.

C) The Selections of Slides Arranged by Topic, 1963-1987, includes slides from both field trips and from Cruz Illiria to Melanesia in 1987. The subseries preserves Goodale's original arrangement and includes two series of selections. Each selection in the series has an assigned number. Selections are grouped by topic and document various aspects of daily life and customs of Kaulong people.

D) The Selections of Slides Used in Publications includes selections of slides pulled by Goodale primarily for her two books TWO PARTY LINE and TO SING WITH PIGS IS HUMAN. The slides for TWO-PARTY LINE are placed in the beginning of the subseries followed by slides for TO SING WITH PIGS, which are grouped by chapters.

E) The Miscellaneous Slides of Melanesia, 1962 and 1987, document Goodale's trip to Melanesia Islands with Cruz Illiria. The subseries includes color slides and photographs documenting daily activities of trip participants, nature, and Melanesian people. Also included are slides of Goodale's and Nancy Bower's visit to highland villages in New Britain. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by the title of the folder.

Umbi Fieldwork Slides, 1963-1964

Box 33 Folder 4
Index to slides made in Umbi, Papua New Guinea, 1963 - 1964

11 pages (manuscript).

Box 33 Folder 5
Roll # 1

Fiji Islands

Box 33 Folder 6
Roll # 2

Port Vila, Efate Island, and New Hedrides

Box 33 Folder 7
Roll # 3

Port Vila, Efate Island, and New Hedrides

Box 33 Folder 8
Roll # 4

Fiji Airways plane (1-5), En route from Port Vila to Honiara Island (6-13), Honiara Island of British Solomon Islands (14-25), En route to Rabaul of New Britain Island, Papua New Guinea (26-36).

Box 33 Folder 9
Roll # 5

Buin Volcano, en route to Honiara Island (3-15), TAA plane at Buin (16-20), En route to Rabaul, New Britain Island (21-27).

Box 33 Folder 10
Roll # 6

En route from Rabaul to Kandrian, New Britain (1-18), Kandrian from air (9-18), Ann at Geeron's porch (19-22), View from the porch (23), Trip to offshore islands (24-36).

Box 33 Folder 11
Roll # 7
Box 33 Folder 12
Roll # 8
Box 33 Folder 13
Roll # 9

Scenes around Jane Goodale's house in Umbi (2-12, 14-15, 17-21), Kasli's portrait.

Box 33 Folder 14
Roll # 10

Posed portraits (2-7), Views from Jane Goodale's house (8-12), Tree collapsed (13-18), Nuke and Kamanli (20-21), Man wearing traditional clothing decorated with pig's tusks and dog's and pig's teeth (2-3).

Box 33 Folder 15
Roll # 11

Making kanda (1-4), scenes under Jane Goodale's house (6-8, 10), Utsili nursing Tak (11), Soksili (12), Children (13), Girls coming up the path to Jane Goodale's house (16).

Box 33 Folder 16
Roll # 12

Kasli and Lampapa (1-4), View of the mission (5-6), Myhs (9-10), Soksili building house for Idaso (11-13), Jane Goodale's laundry (14).

Box 33 Folder 17
Roll # 13

Building a kitchen table, August 1963 (1-4, 8, 9).

Box 33 Folder 18
Roll # 14

Garden in Umbi (1-5), View of the village ( 6, 8), Jane Goodale's house (9-13), Debli trimming planks (14, 16-18).

Box 33 Folder 19
Roll # 15

Ningbi with freshwater fish for dinner (5-6, 8)

Box 33 Folder 20
Roll # 16

Kasli making roof (1), Eel and fish (2-4), Cutting and cooking eel and fish (5, 8, 10, 13-17).

Box 33 Folder 21
Roll # 17

Washing dishes and swimming in River Ason (0-17).

Box 33 Folder 22
Roll # 18

Poison trial for Kanegit (1-30), View of myhs from the village (31-33).

Box 33 Folder 23
Roll # 19

Poison trial for Kanegit (1-17), Yiandi (18-20, 23), Man with pig's tusks and teeth (21-22), Man holding pig's tusks and teeth in his teeth (24-26), Kaliam with a parrot (19-20).

Box 33 Folder 24
Roll # 20

Women making baskets (1-3), Ann weighing food with Payali (7, 8, 12-17), Ann with cat Roo (10-11).

Box 33 Folder 25
Roll # 21

Cat Roo hiding in a ficus tree (1), Boys standing in front of the ficus tree (2-4), Women making a string boy and Ann photographing them (7, 9, 10), View of the village (11-14), Carrying roof beams (15-18), Women making coconut baskets (19-21, 25-27), Group of women seated at the foot of the ficus tree (22), Man constructing roof (8, 23, 24).

Box 33 Folder 26
Roll # 22

Ann Chowning with people in Dulago (1-4), Trail leading to Lombon (5-18), Bark pointing (20-24), Trail (25-26), Konepo's mok - banis type (28-34) [Mok is a lean-to shelter in garden huts and women's houses; banis type is a lean-to shelter with a fence].

Box 33 Folder 27
Roll # 23

Men tying kanda to be used later for roofing (1-20).

Box 33 Folder 28
Roll # 24

Tying kanda to be used later for roofing (3-7, 11-21), Nuklungen photographed in profile - picture captures his elongated head due to the head binding procedure performed in infancy (8-10).

Box 33 Folder 29
Roll # 25

Women tying kanda to be used for roofing (1-16), View of Umbi (17-18), Nainli on side poles of the myhs (19).

Box 33 Folder 30
Roll # 26

Ihime lifting kanda up to the roof (2-8), Woman carrying taro (9-11), Wadelme preparing baso [taro leaves] (13-20).

Box 33 Folder 31
Roll # 27

Wadelme preparing baso (3-4, 6, 8-9), Gymnastics required in patching roof on Jane Goodale's house (14-20).

Box 33 Folder 32
Roll # 28

Wadelme cooking taro and baso (3-9).

Box 33 Folder 33
Roll # 29

Nainli, Rebli, and Delolo dancing with leaves and a drum (1-3, 10-35), Group of people on the steps of Jane Goodale's house (4-8).

Box 33 Folder 34
Roll # 30

View of Umbi (1), Tihime and Ninbi making baskets (2-8, 10-13, 15-19, 21-22), October.

Box 34 Folder 1
Roll # 31

Tihime making coconut leaf basket (2-20), Ningbi and Tihime under Jane Goodale's house (19).

Box 34 Folder 2
Roll # 31A

Kanegit's trial (1-14).

Box 34 Folder 3
Roll # 32

Hand washing for Kanegit's trial (1-5).

Box 34 Folder 4
Roll # 33

Kasli's garden half planted and fenced (1-5, 15), Women cutting taro and Kasli's garden hut (6, 8-14), Soksili's garden hut (16-20).

Box 34 Folder 5
Roll # 34

Clearing bush in Soksili's garden (1-9, 17-21), Nainli and Perkpodli near the garden hut (10-16).

Box 34 Folder 6
Roll # 35

Clearing bush in Soksili's garden (1-7, 12-21), Porkpodli playing with a knife and wearing Saksili's hat (6-11).

Box 34 Folder 7
Roll # 36

Man clearing bush (2), Women clearing bush (3-9), Soksili's garden view (11-12), Ninbi and Lamopli laying out Taro for magic (13-22).

Box 34 Folder 8
Roll # 37

Sok's and Ning's garden (10), Debli performing garden magic (1-2, 5-14), In the garden hut (15-16), Tipiopli (17-20).

Box 34 Folder 9
Roll # 38

Liem and Walesme (2-5, 7), Uksili and Takme (9), Pahinfo and Nesli (10-14), Jungle flora (17-19).

Box 34 Folder 10
Roll # 39

Garden in Umbi (1-13, 15-17), Jane Goodale's small garden (19-20).

Box 34 Folder 11
Roll # 40

Yinime and Walesme (2-5, 7), Nosli and Lilem (6), Nosli (8, 19-20), Women cutting taro for Kanegit's singsing (10-17), Carrying pig for singsing (20).