Guide to the David Brainerd Spooner Papers , 1899-1925 M0011
Series 1. Correspondence
Correspondence Out-going, February, 1899 - December, 1916.
Correspondence Out-going, Jan., 1917 - Jan., 1922.
Subseries : Letters concerning D. B. Spooner, letter notes, letter fragments.
outgoing letter fragments.
miscellaneous letter notes.
letters concerning D. B. Spooner, but not from him nor to him.
Series 2. Articles and Poems
Distribution List for Spooner Articles
Subseries : Articles arranged alphabetically by titles, or suggested titles within an alphabetical subject arrangement.
The American Boarding School
Analytical Index to the Legends and Devices on Indian Seals
A Critical Study of Mallinatha's Commentary on the Meghadula
The Bodh Gaya Plaque
Bricks in India
The Buddha Relics in Japan
Buddhism and Parseeism
The Dasyavah of Behar
The Dedarganu Image now in Patna Museum
The Discovery of Kanishka's Vihara
The Field of Indian Archaeology
The Fravashi of Gautama
The Hindu Saturnalia
The Indian Reform Scheme in
The Indira of Bankim Chandra
The Iranian Element in Ancient India
The Iranian Element in Early India
The Kiratarjuniya of Bharavi Magh Mela
Merv and Meru
Mauna, Mauni and Maunindra
The Mrigadava at Sarnath
On a Houseboat in Kashmir
Origin of Indian Art
A Plea for the Bandit
Quaint Stories from the Japanese
Reply to Professor Keith
Review of the Household Troops
Short Discription of work in India
Short Guide to the Archaeological Galleries in the Indian Museum, Calcutta
Some English Speaking Birds in India
Mr. Tatan Tata's Excavations at Pataliputra
The Triarchic Faith
Varieties of the Visnu Image
Who Were the Prasioi?
Subseries : Fragments of articles, notes on books, poems.
Fragments and single pages of articles by D. B. Spooner
Gazatteer Appendix to the Index
Notes on Books
Series 3. Research Material
Subseries : Notebooks and typescript copies of Spooner's works on Buddhism and Indian Religion.
Four notebooks with typescript annotatedy by hand on “Gautama the Archi-Magus.”
Two sheafs of typescript on “Gautama the Archi-Magus”
Selections from the Poet Hali, Pearls and Cowrie Shells (poems by D. B. Spooner), Kiratarjuniya of Bharavi (prose translation and blank verse) manuscript, Manuscript Register of Dated Indian Images, Dr. Lee's Career by Miles Chapin
Three notebooks typescript and manuscript entitled “The Gods of Hindustan”
Subseries : Notebooks, also typescript copies of Zoroastrian Period of Indian History.
Manuscript on Zoroastrian Period of Indian History
Manuscript on Zoroastrian Period of Indian History
Temple Types in Tirhut
Subseries : Research materials in Notebooks
Manuscript copies of a chronological history of India
Subseries : Notebooks and studies of Asian Languages. Booklets in various languages.
Language Study Notes
Studies of Asian languages
Booklets in Japanese
Booklets and Documents in Indian Languages
Register of Chinese Characters as Used by the Japanese
Series 5. Memorabilia
Subseries : Personal papers and documents of D. B. Spooner and Mrs. D. B. Spooner. Memorabilia.
Subseries : Buddhist Sermon, Chinese Scroll
Satipatthana Buddha's Sermon on Meditation written on wooden strips
Framed picture of D. B. Spooner. Framed picture of Ronald Shay?
Buddhist Scripture written on wooden sheets
Chinese scroll, rolled, contains writing in Chinese
Subseries : Photographs of Japan and India
Photographs of Japan and Japanese students
Photographs of Indian archaeological remains, religious edifices, D. B. Spooner, Mrs. Spooner, and various collegues of D. B. Spooner
Subseries : Chinese Scroll
1. Printed materials in the Spooner Collection, removed to acquisition department.
Book of Mark in Sankrit Calcutta 1899,
Overland Monthly, Contains article by Spooner, “Welcoming the Buddha's Most Holy Bones.” January 1901.
Handbook to the Sculptures in the Preshawar Museum by D. Brainerd Spooner, Bombay. 1910,
The Empress, Has article on Spooner and the excavations at Pataliputra. May, 1914.
“ Temple Types in Tirhut” by D.B. Spooner. reprint from “ The Journal of the Bihar & Orissa Research Society. June 1916
“ The Janibigna Inscription” and “Dates of Skanda-Gupta and his Successors” by H. Panday. Both reprints from The Journal of the Bihar & Orissa Research Society. 1918
“Importance of the Janibigna Inscription of the Year 83 of the Lakshmana-Sena Era” by K. P. Jayaswal. reprint from The Journal of the Bihar & Orissa Research Society. 1918
“Note on Prehistoric Antiquities Including Antiquities from Mohen-jo-Darn” by Ramaprasad Chanda. December, 1924.
Yearly Archeological reports, printed.
Excavations at Shah-Ji-Ki-Dheri. 1908-9.
An inscribed Sculpture in the Preshawar Museum. 1908-9.
Archeological Survey of India. 1908-9.
Excavations at Sahri Bahlol. 1909-10.
The Kanishka Casket Inscriptions. 1909-10.
The Vishnu Images From Rangpur. 1911-12.
Mr. Ratan Tata's Excavations at Pataliputra.
Excavations at Takht-I-BahII. no date.
A new Find of Punchmarked Coins. no date.
Excavations at Sahribahlol. no date.
“The Chief Function of the Hebrew University” by Sol Rosenbloom. Reprinted from The Menorah Journal, February, 1921.
“The Survey of Cities” by P. Geddes. Reprinted from the Sociological Review, Vol. I, No. 1, Jan., 1908.
Bookreview of Interpretations and Forecasts: a Study of Survivals and Tendencies in Contemporary Society. By Victor Branford. Review by A. E. Crawley. Reprinted from Nature, June 18, 1914.
“Women, the Census, and the Possibilities of the Future” Notes of Lectures by Prof. Patrick Geddes. Summer 1921.
“The Classification of Statistics and its Results.” By Patrick Geddes. From the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, vol. XI. Read March 21, April 4, and May 2, 1881.
“Public Health in the Industrial Age” Number 6 of Papers for the Present. By Patrick Geddes. Reprinted from The Sociological Review, Vol. XI, No. 1, Spring 1919.
“A Gardener of Paradise” Number X of Papers for the Present. By George Sandeman.
“Mythology and Life: An Interpretation of Olympus; with Applications to Eugenics and Civics.” Abstract of a paper read by Professor Geddes before the Sociological Society, October 15, 1912.
“The Worlds First Sociological Laboratory.” By Charles Zueblin. Reprinted from The American Journal of Sociology, Vol. IV, No. 5, 1899.
“Beginnings of a Survey of Edinburgh.” By Prof. P. Geddes. Reprinted from The Scottish Geographical Magazine, Vol. XXXV, August-September-October 1919.
The World-Story of 3000,000,000 (?) Years by J. Reeves. 1922.
The Nature and Attributes of God According to the Shastras. By Babu Chhajju Singh. Meerut, 1903.
The Aim and Scope and A Synopsis of the Plot of Diamond Jubilee Maharani Tilotama, by Kunwar Bihari Lal Ajiz. Zemindar, Lucknow District. No date.
[Testimonial] by G. Thibaut. Benares, 24 May, 1899.
“Atharva-Veda: Critical Notes; with Some Account of Whitney's Commentary,” by Charles R. Lanman. Reprint from Album--Kern, May, 1903.
Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan, Vol. XXXI, March, 1904,
Asiatic Society of Japan. List of Transactions Constitution and By-Laws. Tokyo, 1903.
“Preliminary Notes on Coeloplana,” by James Francis Abbott. Reprinted from the Annotationes Zoologicae Japonenses, vol IV, Part 4, 1902.
2. Eight early photographs of Stanford, removed to the Stanford Collection.