This collection contains correspondence, family journals,
field notes, typescripts, manuscripts, poetry, artwork, family photographs & album pages.
Jaime de Angulo (1887-1950) was a linguist, novelist, and ethnomusicologist in the western United States. He was born in Paris
of Spanish parents. He came to America in 1905 to become a cowboy, and eventually arrived in San Francisco on the eve of the
great 1906 earthquake. He lived a picaresque life including stints as a cowboy, medical doctor and psychologist. He became
a linguist who contributed to the knowledge of certain Northern California Indian languages, as well as some in Mexico.
1 framed portrait
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