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Contributor:Lounsbury, Floyd Glenn | Ihromi-Simatupang, Tapi Omas | Benda, Henry J. | Bruner, Edward M. | Scheffler, Harold W. | Wolfart, H. Christoph | Kokot, Daisy Hilse | Taylor, Paul M.
Genre:Disks | Correspondence | Reports | Diagrams | Charts | Notes | Lecture notes | Lectures | Transcripts | Essays
Extent:17 folders and 1 CD-R
Description: The majority of the Batak materials in the Floyd Lounsbury Papers are in Series II, Kinship subseries, under the title "Batak Kin Classification and Behavior", which documents the proceedings and results of a graduate school seminar on the structural analysis of systems of Toba Batak kin classification and behavior, held at Yale University in 1966. This includes transcripts and resultant papers. In Series I, correspondence with Benda and Bruner also discusses Batak kinship, dictionaries, fieldwork, and the M.A. thesis of Ihromi-Simatupang (who was Batak).
Collection:Floyd G. Lounsbury Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.95)
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)
Contributor:Anderson, Fred R. | Bothel, Donald F., 1931-2007 | Kraft, Charles H. | Orjala, Paul R. | Roessler, Calvin | Snell, Betty A. | Stennes, Leslie H.
Subject:Language study and teaching | Pedagogy | Missions | Religion | Linguistics | Haiti--History | Côte d'Ivoire--History | Nigeria--History | Indonesia--History | Peru--History
Description: The only materials with identified language information in the short John Maurice Hohlfeld Papers are under the file "Pedagogical materials -- Student papers", by students likely of The Hartford Seminary. These describe pedagogical materials used in teaching missionaries, in West Africa, Peru and New Guinea. The collection has not been assessed in detail, so there is likely additional undescribed content of relevance to this guide elsewhere in the collection.
Collection:John Maurice Hohlfeld Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.46)