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Contributor:Bartlett, Harley Harris 1886-1960
Extent:over 600 items
Description: The Harley Harris Bartlett Batak Collection is a collection of over 600 bamboo sticks, inscribed in a Batak language (likely Toba Batak) using the Surat Batak script, at Bartlett's request, during Bartlett's time in Asahan, Sumatra. They have not been individually catalogued or assessed in detail, and include at least "traditional writing- and reading-manuals, short poems, letters, and formulae and incantations".
Collection:Harley Harris Bartlett Batak Collection (Mss.499.211.B28)
Extent:4 audiocassettes (2 hr., 26 min.) : DIGITIZED
Description: Linguistic recordings and instructional texts made by Akira Yamamoto in 1974 in Peach Springs, Arizona. Tapes 1-3 of this collection contain sample sentences spoken separately by Jane Honga and Maude Synilla. Tape 4 contains a reading of three texts, "Hualapai Sounds," "Let's Learn How to Write and Read in Hualapai," and "Nach Posvchyu (I am a cat)," written and read by Akira Yamamoto and Jane Honga. (NOTE: This material has been digitized and can be accessed online for free by users not physically at the APS Library through a login and password. Please see our Audio Access Page for information on how to request these materials.)
Collection:Hualapai texts and sentence structure (Mss.Rec.112)
Description: Kabardian materials are identified in two locations of the Floyd Lounsbury Papers, using the spelling "Qabardian". Correspondence with Aert H. Kuipers (Series I) includes unspecified Kabardian language materials, possibly relating to philosophy. Series III includes a folder of language typology teaching materials using Kabardian.
Collection:Floyd G. Lounsbury Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.95)
Genre:Maps | Elicitation sessions | Grammars | Lessons | Teaching materials | Vocabularies | Brochures | Newsletters
Extent:0.25 linear feet
Description: The majority of the materials (all manuscripts and several audiocassettes) in the Jan Bruckner Papers relate to the Tohono O'odham language and reservation. They were produced from an effort to create Tohono O'odham vocabulary to facilitate physical therapy sessions, while Bruckner (a physical therapist) was working at Sells Indian Hospital, Tohono O'odham Reservation, between 1982 and 1992. There is a binder and some classroom handouts with medical vocabulary, commercial maps and other printed materials, and audiocassette recordings of language classrooms and of lexica and phrases recorded by primarily John Miguel. The entire collection has been digitized and is available in the Digital Library, via the collection finding aid.
Collection:Jan Bruckner Papers (Mss.SMs.Coll.84)