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Dr. Elsie Clews Parsons has presented the Museum with prayer sticks collected in New Mexico, which make a very valuable addition to our ethnology from that state.

Mr. W. de F. Haynes has continued his donations to the Museum in presenting us with a collection of fifty-two specimens of archeology from Manabi, Ecuador.

Dr. George Bird Grinnell has generously presented the Museum with a collection of pipes, collected in Montana many years ago.

Mr. F. W. Hodge, Mr. George H. Pepper, Mr. M. R. Harrington, Dr. William R. Blackie and Mr. E. J. Bush, all of the Museum staff, have presented numerous specimens.

GIFTS

The following made gifts to the Museum of specimens, photographs, books, etc.:

Alder, Eugene C.
Avery, G. W.
Alabama Anthropological Society
Barrett, S. A.
Barnaby, Frank
Blackie, William R.
Bolton, Reginald Pelham
Browne, Herbert J.
Bull, Norris L.
Bullis, Howard P.
Burleson, Bishop
Coija, Stephen
Conner, Mrs. A. D.
Daul, Charles
Davis, Millard
Decker, Melville
Delany, L. F. H.
Dellenbaugh, F. S.
Dodge, Ralph E.
Dougan, Mrs. Blanche
Dougan, Miss Rose
Evans, J. P. V.
Erland de Nordenskiold, Le Baron
Gilliland, A. Bertram
Grant, Mrs. Donald
Hall, Nelson R.
Hallowell, A. Irving
Harden, John
Hasbrouck, Miss Jessie
Heath, Albert G.
Huff, C. W.
Jackson, W. H.
Keppler, Joseph
Knowles, H.
Krateil, Juan
Laidlaw, G. E.
Latham, Roy
Lazarus, Edgar M.
Lee, Bartram T.
Liddell, Donald M.
Linstruth, Philip B.
Lupson, Arnold
McGregor, J. H.
Mercedes, Sister
Minnesota Historical Society
Morse, Edward S.
Nelson, Nells C.
Niclin, B. P.
Ottinger, J.
Palacios, Jose
Randolph, Coleman
Raymond, Mrs. Charles Walker
Rose, Mrs. Elanore
Rouleau, O. A.
Sanderson, Christian C.
Schernikow, Ernest
Skinner, Alanson
Societe des Americanistes

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Sterling Grant E.
Stern, Randall H.
Stiles, H. C. C.
Van Sinderen, Mrs. Howard
Virkler, M. Charleton
White, Miss E. Louise
Whittle, W. O.
Wood, Frank
Woodhouse, Miss Matilda
Young, Chester
Zabriskie, Mrs. Cornelius

Summary
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Specimens......... 1,329
Photographs.......   360
Publications......   232
Maps..............    10
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Total............. 1,931

LIBRARY

The Museum Library is still housed in the building of the American Geographical Society, which continues to catalog it.

Works in the Library at the present time:

Books and pamphlets, cataloged.............. 1,447
Periodicals, bound and unbounded cataloged..   976
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  Total..................................... 2,423
Books and pamphlets to be cataloged.........    20
Periodicals to be cataloged................. .....
Extracts, reprints, separates, etc.:
  (cataloged by author only)................   372
Extracts to be cataloged....................   182
Duplicates..................................   120
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  Grand total............................... 3,117
Accessions during the fiscal year:
  Books and pamphlets.......................   106
  Periodicals...............................   229
  Reprints, etc.............................   211
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  Total.....................................   546
Number of cards in catalog of Museum Library 6,547

PUBLICATIONS

During the fiscal year the Museum continued its activity in the matter of publications, which was made possible by the continued generosity of Mr. Huntington, for issuing the series known as Indian Notes and Monographs.
Since the last annual report was presented, the following books and pamphlets, with an aggregate of 1,886 pages, 406 plates, 7 maps and 300 text figures have been issued and distributed: 

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