Roy Rappaport Papers

Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego
Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego
Copyright 2005
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla 92093-0175
spcoll@ucsd.edu


Descriptive Summary

Languages: English
Contributing Institution: Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla 92093-0175
Title: Roy Rappaport Papers
Identifier/Call Number: MSS 0516
Physical Description: 19.2 Linear feet (41 archives boxes, 5 card file boxes, 3 oversize folders, 4 map case folders)
Date (inclusive): 1961-1985
Abstract: Papers of Roy A. Rappaport, an ethnographic anthropologist. The collection includes research papers and materials generated from his fieldwork with the Tsembaga Maring of the Simbai Valley in Papua New Guinea during two field trips (1962-1963 and 1981-1982). Rappaport's first field trip was in conjunction with Columbia University for his dissertation, and the second trip served as a follow-up study. Rappaport's research was concerned with the means by which religious ritual mediates the relationships of a congregation, or population, to external entities. The papers include correspondence with colleagues, students, friends, and local Papua New Guinea officials; manuscripts of published and unpublished works; ethnographic data collected in field notebooks; typescript summaries; field notes and maps; diaries; photographs and sound recordings.

Scope and Content of Collection

Papers of Roy A. Rappaport, an ethnographic anthropologist. The collection includes research papers and materials generated from his fieldwork with the Tsembaga Maring of the Simbai Valley in Papua New Guinea during two field trips (1962-1963 and 1981-1982). Rappaport's research was concerned with the means by which religious ritual mediates the relationships of a congregation, or population, to external entities. The papers include correspondence with colleagues, students, friends, and local Papua New Guinea officials; manuscripts of published and unpublished works; ethnographic data collected in field notebooks; typescript summaries; field notes and maps; diaries; photographs and sound recordings.
The fieldwork from 1962-1963 represents Rappaport's research for his dissertation. The second trip (1981-1982) served as a follow-up study that reflected similar interests, but ultimately demonstrated how the Tsembaga Maring have acculturated in the face of increasing pressure from Western culture. There is a greater breadth and depth of research material from the first trip; however, the research from the second trip evidences some comparative studies. Rappaport's wife, Ann, compiled extensive Tsembaga Maring linguistic material, which is also included in the papers. The collection was processed in two accessions.
ACCESSION PROCESSED IN 2005
Arranged in eight series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE; 2) FIELD NOTES, 1962-1963; 3) FIELD NOTES, 1981-1982; 4) WRITINGS; 5) TEACHING MATERIALS; 6) PHOTOGRAPHS; 7) SOUND RECORDINGS and 8) WRITINGS BY OTHERS.
ACCESSION PROCESSED IN 2015
Arranged in four series: 9) CORRESPONDENCE; 10) FIELD NOTES AND MAPS; 11) PHOTOGRAPHS; AND 12) AUDIOCASSETTE.

Biography

Roy A. "Skip" Rappaport (1926-1997) was born in New York City. He earned his B.S. in hotel administration from Cornell University (1949) and his Ph.D. in anthropology from Columbia University (1966).
From October 1962 to December 1963, Rappaport spent fourteen months in the Simbai Valley of the Madang Territory in Papua New Guinea researching the Tsembaga Maring for his dissertation. The Tsembaga Maring, shifting swidden horticulturists, occupied approximately three square miles of the southern wall of the Simbai Valley, a region that had been contacted (1958) and "controlled" (1962) by the Australian government. Rappaport collected extensive information on Tsembaga demography, ritual, animal husbandry, gardening, linguistics, and nutrition. His research was supplemented by contact with other researchers in the Simbai Valley working with neighboring tribes, including Andrew and Cherry Vayda and Allison and Marek Jablonko, who were associated with the Columbia University Expedition along with Rappaport. In addition, Ann Rappaport, who accompanied her husband in the field, was primarily responsible for Tsembaga Maring linguistic research.
Rappaport's dissertation, "Ritual in the Ecology of a New Guinea People: An Anthropological Study of the Tsembaga Maring" (1966), was later expanded to Pigs for the Ancestors: Ritual in the Ecology of a New Guinea People (1967). It became a landmark study of human ecology in a New Guinea central highland tribal society.
Just prior to defending his dissertation, Rappaport accepted a position in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Michigan where he was a faculty member from 1965 until 1997, eventually distinguishing himself as the Walgreen Professor for the Study of Human Understanding. In addition, he served as the chair (1975-1980) of the Department of Anthropology and was the president of the American Anthropological Association from 1987-1989.
A grant from the National Science Foundation enabled Rappaport to take a second trip to the Simbai Valley from October 1981 to August 1982. This trip served as a follow-up study designed to analyze the change and acculturation of the Tsembaga Maring under increasing pressure from Western culture.
Rappaport authored two additional books: Ecology, Meaning, and Religion (1984) and, Ritual and Religion in the Making of Humanity (1999), published posthumously. He also authored over 60 journal articles.

Publication Rights

Publication rights are held by the creator of the collection.

Preferred Citation

Roy Rappaport Papers, MSS 516. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.

Acquisition Information

Acquired 2000, 2015.

Restrictions

Original sound recordings in Series 7 and 12 are restricted. Researchers may request a listening copy be produced in advance. Original negatives in Series 6C are restricted, but have been fully digitized.

Digital Content

Selected images from this collection have been digitized.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Madang Province (Papua New Guinea) -- Social life and customs
Maring (Papua New Guinean people) -- Rites and ceremonies
Maring language
Maring (Papua New Guinean people)
Maring (Papua New Guinean people) -- Genealogy
Papua New Guinea -- Simbai River Valley -- History, Local
Papua New Guinea -- Simbai River Valley -- Description and travel
Photographic prints -- 20th century
Diaries -- 20th century
Anthropology -- Study and teaching
Madang Province (Papua New Guinea) -- Social conditions
Traditional farming -- Papua New Guinea -- Madang Province
Swine -- Papua New Guinea -- Madang Province
Human ecology -- Papua New Guinea -- Madang Province
Acculturation -- Papua New Guinea -- Madang Province
Kinship -- Papua New Guinea -- Madang Province
Ethnology -- Papua New Guinea -- Madang Province
Rappaport, Roy A. -- Archives
Cook, Edwin A. -- Correspondence
Jablonko, Allison Peters, 1936- -- Correspondence
Columbia University Expedition (1962-1963 : Papua New Guinea)
Clarke, William C. -- Correspondence
Vayda, Andrew Peter -- Correspondence
Watson, James B. (James Bennett), 1918-2009 -- Correspondence

 

Accession Processed in 2005

 

CORRESPONDENCE

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 1) CORRESPONDENCE: Letters with Rappaport's colleagues, friends, and associates spanning the years 1962-1980. Notable correspondence concerning research include letters from Georgeda Bick, Ralph Bulmer, Edward LiPuma, Mervyn Meggitt, Allison Jablonko, Cherry Lowman Vayda, and Andrew Peter Vayda. The folder titled "Simbai Valley Correspondence" contains letters to and from various Simbai Valley denizens including colleagues, friends, informants and local officials. Several of the files contain manuscripts and typescripts. Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
Box 1, Folder 1

Adams, R. N. 1964

Box 1, Folder 2

Bargatzky, Thomas 1980

Box 1, Folder 3

Barrao, J. 1965

Box 1, Folder 4

Bensley Agency 1964

Box 1, Folder 5

Bick, Georgeda 1966 - 1969

Box 1, Folder 6

Bulmer, Ralph 1963 - 1965

Box 1, Folder 7

Center for Research on Social Organization 1967

Box 1, Folder 8

Chenoweth, David 1964

Box 1, Folder 9

Clarke, William 1965 - 1971

Box 1, Folder 10

Clarke, William and John Street 1964

Box 1, Folder 11

Cook, Ed and Nancy

Box 1, Folder 12

Damas, David 1967

Box 1, Folder 13

Denevan, William 1967

Box 1, Folder 14

Forum for Detroit Area Metropolitan Goals 1967

Box 1, Folder 15

Green, Roger 1967

Box 1, Folder 16

Holloman, Gina 1967

Box 1, Folder 17

I O Magazine

Box 1, Folder 18-19

Jablonko, Allison 1963 - 1968

Box 1, Folder 20

Jorgenson, Dan 1979

Box 1, Folder 21

Julius, Charles

Box 1, Folder 22

Kaplan, Stephen 1972 - 1978

Box 1, Folder 23

Kavali, Thomas 1964 - 1969

Box 1, Folder 24

Ketchin, Ann 1980

Box 1, Folder 25

King, Glen 1966

Box 1, Folder 26

Levy, Bob 1965 - 1967

Box 1, Folder 27

LiPuma, Edward 1977 - 1979

Box 1, Folder 28

Loison, Guy 1965

Box 1, Folder 29

Lowman, Cherry (formerly Cherry Lowman Vayda) 1963 - 1978

Box 1, Folder 30

MacCormac, Ron 1964

Box 1, Folder 31

Macfarlane, W. V. 1965

Box 1, Folder 32

Meggitt, Mervyn 1964 - 1967

Box 1, Folder 33

Oram, Nigel 1964

Box 1, Folder 34

Periot, Jean and Eva

Box 2, Folder 1

Popenoe, Hugh - Soil sample measurements and analysis 1963 - 1964

Box 2, Folder 2

Richardson, Penelope 1965

Box 2, Folder 3

Robin, Mrs. Peter 1964

Box 2, Folder 4

Sahlins, Marshall 1965

Box 2, Folder 5

Scientific American 1971

Box 2, Folder 6

Simbai Valley 1962 - 1963

General note

Includes a wide variety of correspondence between the Rappaports and others, i.e., patrol officers, informants, doctors, and other researchers doing field work in the vicinity; the correspondence in this folder is informal, personal in tone and geographically confined to the Simbai Valley.
Box 2, Folder 7

Souter, Gavin 1964

Box 2, Folder 8

Street, John 1964 - 1968

Box 2, Folder 9

Szent-Ivany, Dr. J. J. H. 1963 - 1965

Box 2, Folder 10

Tuden, Arthur and Leonard Plotnicov 1966

Box 2, Folder 11

University Microfims, Inc. 1966

Box 2, Folder 12

Vayda, Andrew Peter 1965 - 1979

Box 2, Folder 13

Watson, James B. 1963

Box 2, Folder 14

Whang, Roy 1967

Box 2, Folder 15

Whiting, Marjorie 1965

Box 2, Folder 16

Wooden, John 1966

Box 2, Folder 17

Yale University Press 1966 - 1967

Box 2, Folder 18

Yengoyan, Aram 1966 - 1967

Box 2, Folder 19

Unidentified correspondents 1963 - 1980

 

FIELD NOTES, 1962-1963

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 2) FIELD NOTES, 1962-1963. Arranged in three subseries: A) Diaries, Field Notebooks and Typescript Summaries; B) Note Cards and C) Subject Files.
A) Diaries, Field Notebooks and Typescript Summaries: Arranged alphabetically by format and chronologically within each format, containing Rappaport's notes on the activities of the Tsembaga, such as interviews with informants, details from conversations, linguistic material, and observations. The diaries, field notebooks, and typescript summaries reflect similar information recorded at different times of the day. The field notebooks contain unrefined information obtained in the field through conversations with informants and observations. Also included in the field notebooks are brief shot lists of several rolls of the black-and-white film. The field notebooks are supplemented by "Scaling books," which record trophic data of individual families. The typescript summaries are detailed recapitulations of the field notebooks with some explication or supposition of the three formats; they offer the greatest depth and breadth of information. In addition to being a general recapitulation of Rappaport's activities, the diaries also reflect chores, ideas to explore, personal information, and general observations not necessarily pertinent to Rappaport's dissertation.
B) Note Cards: Arranged alphabetically by category. The categories include notes on linguistics, Pigs for the Ancestors and research material. The research material is primarily composed of gardening notes, including botany and horticultural techniques, and notes regarding Tsembaga cultural dynamics, such as political organizations, economics, religion and art. The linguistic material was primarily compiled by Rappaport's wife, Ann.
C) Subject Files: Arranged alphabetically by subject and contains population censuses, garden censuses, aerial photographs and maps of Rappaports's study area, and linguistic material. Also included are two letters from "MM" to Andrew Peter Vayda, Rappaport's advisor, in a folder titled "Preparation Lists and Notes." "MM" may refer to Margaret Mead, who served as an advisor for the Columbia University Expedition of 1962-1963, and was a member of Rappaport's dissertation committee.
 

Diaries, Field Notebooks and Typescript Summaries

 

Diaries

Box 2, Folder 20-21

1962 July 30 - October 5

Box 2, Folder 22-25

1963 February 3 - November 24

Box 2, Folder 26

Ann Rappaport 1963 April 9 - April 24

 

Field notebooks

Box 3, Folder 1

No. 1 1962 July 30 - August 25

Box 3, Folder 2

No. 2 1962 August 26 - September 18

Box 3, Folder 3

No. 3 1962 September 29 - November 2

Box 3, Folder 4

No. 4 1962 November 3 - November 28

Box 3, Folder 5

No. 5 1962 November 30 - December 13

Box 3, Folder 6

No. 6 1962 December 14 - December 30

Box 3, Folder 7

No. 7 1962-1963 December 30 - February 2

Box 3, Folder 8

No. 8 1963 January 13 - March 10

Box 3, Folder 9

No. 9 1963 March 11 - April 13

Box 3, Folder 10

No. 10 1963 April 9 - May 13

Box 3, Folder 11

No. 11 1963 May 3 - May 31

Box 4, Folder 1

No. 12 1963 May 31 - July 3

Box 4, Folder 2

No. 13 1963 July 4 - August 3

Box 4, Folder 3

No. 14 1963 August 3 - August 23

Box 4, Folder 4

No. 15 1963 August 23 - September 8

Box 4, Folder 5

No. 16 1963 September 9 - September 22

Box 4, Folder 6

No. 17 1963 September 23 - November 26

Box 4, Folder 7

No. 18 1963 October 22 - November 3

Box 4, Folder 8

No. 19 1963 November 4 - November 15

Box 4, Folder 9

No. 20 1963 Novmeber 15 - November 27

Box 4, Folder 10

No. 21 1963 November 27 - December 10

Box 4, Folder 11

No. 22 1963 December 10 - December 21

Box 5, Folder 1

Botanical log book

Box 5, Folder 2

Catalogue book undated

Box 5, Folder 3

Tsembaga consumption record 1963 March 11 - December 12

 

Scale books

Box 5, Folder 4

1963 February 4 - March 27

Box 5, Folder 5

No. 1 1963 February 12 - May 27

Box 5, Folder 6

No. 2 1963 May 5 - June 21

Box 5, Folder 7

No. 3 1963 June 22 - August 21

Box 5, Folder 8

No. 4 1963 August 22 - October 17

Box 5, Folder 9

No. 5 1963 October 18 - December 14

 

Ann Rappaport

Box 5, Folder 10

No. 1 1962 August 29 - October 23

Box 6, Folder 1-4

Nos. 2-5 1962 October 21- 1963 November 17

Box 6, Folder 5-11

Typescript summaries October 25, 1962 - December 9, 1963

 

Note Cards

Box 7

Linguistic material - Includes the following headings: "Verb Conjugation," "English to Maring," "Phonetics - Phonemics," "Morpheme Inventory," "Syntax Relations," "Semanitcs" and "Miscellaneous" 1962 - 1963

Box 8

Linguistic material - Includes the following headings: "Botany," "Utterances," "Class Membership" and "Flash-Cards" 1962 - 1963

Box 9

Research material - Includes the following headings: "Subsistence," "Crops," "Maring Garden Rituals" and "Subject Note Cards" 1962 - 1963

 

Subject Files

Box 10, Folder 1

Adelberts - Includes bibliographic references to Madang, Papua New Guinea

Oversize MC-141-03

Archaeological midden charts

Box 10, Folder 3

Border Parley with Kundagai 1963 January 18

Box 10, Folder 4

Botany - Analysis of Tsembaga area 1964

Box 10, Folder 5

Botany - New Guinea 1962

 

Census material

Box 10, Folder 6

Pan Maring survey (Vayda) and Maring demography and health (Bick) 1963

 

Personal censuses

Box 10, Folder 7

Kamungagai-Aitiga 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 8

Kamungagai-Amangai 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 9

Kamungagai-Wendagai 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 10

Kwibigai 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 11

Merkai-Aitigai 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 12

Merkai-Amangai 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 13

Merkai-Wendagai 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 14

Tsembaga-Aitigai 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 15

Tsembaga-Amangai 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 16

Tsembaga-Tomegai 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 17

Tsembaga-Wendagai 1962 - 1963

Box 10, Folder 18

Columbia University Expedition (CUE) 1963 - 1964

Box 10, Folder 19

Expedition budget, budget justification and supporting schedules

Box 10, Folder 20

Expedition equipment list 1962

Box 10, Folder 21

Flow charts of Tsembaga

Box 10, Folder 22

Folk taxonomies 1963

Box 10, Folder 23

Forest census

Box 10, Folder 24

Fungai pigs 1963 - 1965

Box 10, Folder 25-26

Garden census 1962

Oversize MC-141-01

Garden maps

 

Garden production

Box 10, Folder 28

General

Box 11, Folder 1

General 1961 - 1962

Box 11, Folder 2

Atyimp 1962 - 1963

Box 11, Folder 3

Calculated area 1961 - 1964

Box 11, Folder 4

Form 1962 - 1963

Box 11, Folder 5

Koi 1962 - 1963

Box 11, Folder 6

Land acquisition

Box 11, Folder 7

Gardens 1961 - 1963

Box 11, Folder 8

Heights, weights, and ages 1963

Box 11, Folder 9

Kinship - Genaeological material 1962

 

Linguistics

Box 11, Folder 10

Ann Rappaport's notes and outline for the phonology of Tsembaga Maring 1961 - 1964

Box 11, Folder 11

Ann Rappaport's notes 1963

Box 12, Folder 1-2

Ann Rappaport's notes - Utterances 1962 - 1964

Box 12, Folder 3

Background and course material 1942 - 1963

Box 12, Folder 4

Wurm list undated

Box 12, Folder 5

Livestock 1962

Box 12, Folder 6

Madang list undated

Box 12, Folder 7

Map voucher and correspondence undated

Oversize MC-141-02

Maps and aerial photographs undated

Box 12, Folder 9

Maring axes 1963

Box 12, Folder 10

Maring crop inventory

Box 12, Folder 11

Maring Ecosystem Simulation Group - Minutes 1965

Box 12, Folder 12

Maring health 1966

Box 12, Folder 13

Maring land conveyance table undated

Box 12, Folder 14

Maring malaria 1963 - 1965

Box 12, Folder 15

Maring marriage table undated

Box 12, Folder 16

Maring pigs - Infant mortality rate undated

Box 12, Folder 17

Maring plant identification lists 1963

Box 12, Folder 18

Maring pork presentations undated

Box 12, Folder 19

Maring survey 1963

Box 12, Folder 20

Maring synopsis of features of social organizations 1963

Box 12, Folder 21

Maring Tomegai garden area summary 1961 - 1963

Box 12, Folder 22

Maring trade table 1962 - 1963

Box 12, Folder 23

Maring Tsembaga gardening pairs 1961 - 1963

Box 12, Folder 24

Maring Tsembaga genealogical synopsis 1963

Box 12, Folder 25

Maring Tsembaga heights and weights 1966

Box 12, Folder 26

Medicine and health 1962

Box 12, Folder 27

Permit correspondence regarding the removal of artifacts 1963

Box 12, Folder 28

Preparation equipment lists 1962

Box 13, Folder 1

Preparation lists and notes - Includes two letters from "MM," possibly Margaret Mead 1953 - 1963

Box 13, Folder 2

Preparatory material 1962

Box 13, Folder 3

Questions to answer in an effort to discover basic thought patterns

Box 13, Folder 4

Skip's plans - Notes on singsing, censuses, and pig censuses

Box 13, Folder 5

Sound recording advice

Box 13, Folder 6

Ten Commandments in Pidgin English 1963

Box 13, Folder 7

Travel and baggage - Lists and notes 1962

Box 13, Folder 8

Tsembaga Malaria Survey Census 1963

Box 13, Folder 9

Tsembaga paintings and drawings

Box 13, Folder 10

Tsembaga phonology

Box 13, Folder 11

Tsembaga pig acquisition 1963

Box 13, Folder 12

Tsembaga technology - Arrows

Box 13, Folder 13

Tsembaga technology - Stone blades 1963

Box 13, Folder 14

Tsembaga trade relations 1962 - 1963

 

FIELD NOTES, 1981-1982

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 3) FIELD NOTES, 1981-1982. Arranged in three subseries: A) Diaries, Field Notebooks and Typescript Summaries; B) Note Cards; and C) Subject Files.
A) Diaries, Field Notebooks and Typescript Summaries: Arranged by format and chronologically within each format. The documents are primarily composed of Rappaport's notes on the activities of the Tsembaga and include interviews with informants and detailed accounts of conversations and observations. The 1981-1982 notes reflect similar research interests as that of the 1962-1963 notes, with the addition of comparative observations.
B) Note Cards: Research notes arranged alphabetically by subject, reflecting changes in the cultural dynamics of the Tsembaga.
C) Subject Files: Arranged alphabetically by subject. There are comparative notes on the garden censuses between Rappaport's 1962-1963 and 1981-1982 field work in the folder titled "Gardens, 1963 -1982." The personal censuses material (box 19, folders 3-15) in this subseries corresponds with that of the 1962-1963 personal censuses material (box 10, folders 7-17).
 

Diaries, Field Notebooks and Typescript Summaries

 

Diaries

Box 13, Folder 15

1981 September 16 - November 17

Box 13, Folder 16

1981 September 23 - October 2

Box 13, Folder 17

1981-1982 November 18 - February 6

Box 13, Folder 18

1982 February 7 - April 9

Box 14, Folder 1

1982 April 10 - May 12

Box 14, Folder 2

1982 May 13 - July 1

Box 14, Folder 3

1982 July 2 - August 1

 

Field notebooks

Box 14, Folder 4

No. 1 1981 September 23 - October 25

Box 14, Folder 5

No. 2 1981 October 25 - November 15

Box 14, Folder 6

No. 3 1981 November 16 - December 13

Box 14, Folder 7

No. 4 1981-1982 December 15 - January 17

Box 14, Folder 8

No. 5 1982 January 14 - February 13

Box 15, Folder 1

No. 6 1982 February 15 - March 31

Box 15, Folder 2

No. 7 1982 April 2 - April 28

Box 15, Folder 3

No. 8 1982 April 29 - May 21

Box 15, Folder 4

No. 9 1982 May 22 - June 4

Box 15, Folder 5

No. 10 1982 June 5 - June 20

Box 15, Folder 6

No. 11 1982 June 11 - June 20

Box 15, Folder 7

No. 12 1982 June 21 - July 1

Box 15, Folder 8

No. 13 1982 July 1 - July 14

Box 16, Folder 1

No. 14 1982: July 14 - July 20

Box 16, Folder 2

No. 15 1982 July 21 - August 3

Box 16, Folder 3

No. 16 undated

Box 16, Folder 4

Medical treatment notebook 1981 November 17 - 1982 August 4

Box 16, Folder 5-6

PNG Department of Education 1981 October 28 - November 6

 

Scale books

Box 16, Folder 7

No. 1 1981 November 21 - 1982 February 16

Box 16, Folder 8

No. 2 1982 February 20 - June 8

Box 16, Folder 9

No. 3 1982 June 12 - July 22

Box 16, Folder 10

Shipping etc. 1981 - 1982

 

Unidentified notebooks

Box 17, Folder 1

1981 December 14 - December 30

Box 17, Folder 2

1982 February 26 - July 24

Box 17, Folder 3

1982 July 24

Box 17, Folder 4-6

Typescript summaries 1981 October 22 - 1982 June 6

 

Note Cards

Box 18

Research material 1981 - 1982

 

Subject Files

 

Census material

Box 19, Folder 1

Miscellaneous 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 2

Clinic register 1981 - 1982

 

Personal censuses

Box 19, Folder 3

Dimbagai Yimayagai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 4

Kamungagai Aitigai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 5

Kamungagai Amangai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 6

Kamungagai Wendagai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 7

Kwipigai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 8

Merkai Aitigai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 9

Merkai Amangai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 10

Merkai Wendagai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 11

Rauweng 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 12

Tsembaga Aitigai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 13

Tsembaga Amangai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 14

Tsembaga Tomegai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 15

Tsembaga Wendagai 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 16

Notes and calculations 1981 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 17

Tsembaga census 1966 - 1974

Box 19, Folder 18

Gardens 1963 - 1982

Box 19, Folder 19

Genealogies 1982

Box 19, Folder 20

Gross Energy: Protein and Moisture Samples from Gardens 1982

Box 19, Folder 21

Maring Dictionary - Includes a typescript "Maring Sentences" by L.B. Woodword (July 1973) and Ann Rappaport's linguistic notes 1973

Box 20, Folder 1

Maring Garden terminology and definitions

Box 20, Folder 2

Maring Tomegai Meal Roster 1983

Box 20, Folder 3

Maring Total Pork Consumption Summary

 

New Guinea finances

Box 20, Folder 4

Correspondence - Various applications and affiliations 1980 - 1982

Box 20, Folder 5

Ledger 1981 - 1982

Box 20, Folder 6

National Science Foundation research proposal 1981

Box 20, Folder 7

Receipts 1981 - 1982

Box 20, Folder 8

University of Michigan forms 1981 - 1982

Box 20, Folder 9

Pig slaughter

Box 20, Folder 10

Report on research - A synopsis of Rappaport's 1981-1982 field work submitted to Bato Bultin, Premier, Madang Province. Also includes comparative explication between research trips 1982

Box 20, Folder 11

Soil samples 1962 - 1982

Box 20, Folder 12

Specimen identification telegram 1982

Box 20, Folder 13

Terum and Ancmal 1982

 

WRITINGS

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 4) WRITINGS OF RAPPAPORT: Arranged alphabetically by title. Included in the subseries are several draft versions of Rappaport's dissertation, "Ritual in the Ecology of a New Guinea People: An Anthropological Study of the Tsembaga Maring"; an abandoned or renamed project titled Maring Environment and Subsistence; and revisions for Pigs for the Ancestors.
Box 20, Folder 14

Aspects of Man's Influence Upon Island Ecosystems: Alteration and Control 1961

Box 20, Folder 15

Change Among the Tsembaga Maring of Papua New Guinea - Research proposal 1981

Box 21, Folder 1

Drafts - Textbook

Box 21, Folder 2

Idea of the Sacred

Box 21, Folder 3

Lowland Land Use Food Crops Nutrition Research Meeting

 

Maring Environment and Subsistence

Box 21, Folder 4

Tentative outline

Box 21, Folder 5

"Climate" chapter, authored by John Street

Box 21, Folder 6

"Extraction" chapter - Typescript with annotation

Box 21, Folder 7

"Introduction, Part III"

Box 21, Folder 8

Notes from others 1969 - 1971

Box 21, Folder 9

"Physical and Biotic Environment, Part I"

Box 21, Folder 10

"Production" chapter

Box 21, Folder 11

"Production" chapter - Manuscript and typescript draft with extensive annotations

Box 21, Folder 12

"Production" chapter - Typescript draft

 

"Storage and Distribution" chapter

Box 21, Folder 13

Manuscript and typescript with extensive annotation

Box 22, Folder 1

Mimeograph draft with extensive annotation

Box 22, Folder 2

Typescript draft with extensive annotation

Box 22, Folder 3

Mimeograph draft with annotation from Allison Jablonko

Box 22, Folder 4

Typescript draft with annotation from Cherry Lowman Vayda

Box 22, Folder 5

Typescript draft with annotation from John Street

Box 22, Folder 6

Maring Religion - Outline, co-authored with Cherry Lowman Vayda 1964

Box 22, Folder 7

Marriage Among the Maring - Chapter in Pigs, Pearlshells, and Women: Marriage in the New Guinea Highland (1969) 1968

Box 22, Folder 8

Nutritional and Agricultural Research among the Maring People of the Simbai Valley, Simbai District

General note

The article is a comparative study between Rappaport's 1962-1963 field work and his 1981-1982 field work.
 

Pigs for the Ancestors

Box 22, Folder 9

Manuscript and typescript draft

Box 23

Bibliography and subject index note cards

Box 22, Folder 11

Population, Dispersion, and Land Redistribution among the Maring - Manuscript and typescript drafts along with correspondence 1966

Box 24, Folder 1

Ritual as Communication and as State 1973 July 21-19

General

Paper prepared in advance for participants in Burg Wartenstein Symposium No. 59.
 

Ritual in the Ecology of a New Guinea People: An Anthropological Study of the Tsembaga Maring

Box 24, Folder 2-17

Abstract - First draft, Chapter 3 "Assimulation"

Box 25, Folder 1-15

First draft, Chapter 3 "Environments and Ecosystems" - Second draft, Chapter 1

Box 26, Folder 1-10

Second draft, Chapter 2 - Second draft, Chapter 3

Box 27, Folder 1-12

Second draft, Chapter 3 "Subsistence" - Third draft, Chapter 3

Box 28, Folder 1-11

Third draft, Chapter 4 - Final draft, Chapter 6

Box 29, Folder 1-13

Appendix material

 

Ritual Regulation of Environmental Relations in New Guinea

Box 29, Folder 14

Manuscript draft of a paper presented to the Evolution of Ecological Systems Seminar, Columbia University 1965

Box 29, Folder 15

Typescript drafts with annotation

Box 29, Folder 16

Ritual Regulation of the Environmental Relations of the Tsembaga - Manuscript and typescript drafts with extensive annotation

Box 29, Folder 17

Ritual, Sanctity, and Adaption - Photocopy of manuscript

Box 29, Folder 18

Sacred in Human Evolution - Manuscript draft

Box 29, Folder 19

Sioux paper - Manuscript, mimeograph and typescript drafts with annotation

 

TEACHING MATERIALS

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 5) TEACHING MATERIALS: Course material, such as syllabi, notes and assignments, from courses and seminars Rappaport participated in as a graduate student as well as material he used as a professor.
Box 29, Folder 20

Anthropology 526: Theory and practice in anthropology - Syllabus 1985

Box 29, Folder 21

Poly. miscellaneous - Notes regarding Polynesian anthropology and archaeology, including a reprint 1960

 

Seminars

Box 29, Folder 22

Community medicine 1982

Box 29, Folder 23

Cultural Ecology, G6215X - Water paper 1961 - 1962

Box 29, Folder 24

Ecology 1968

Box 29, Folder 25

Seminar for the Institute of Applied Social and Economic Research (IASER)

 

PHOTOGRAPHS

Scope and Content of Series

SERIES 6) PHOTOGRAPHS: Arranged in three subseries: A) Black-and-White Prints, B) Color Slides and C) Negatives.
A) Black-and-White Prints: Prints and contact sheets of images taken from Rappaport's 1962-1963 fieldwork. The images document daily village life as well as aspects of ritual. Several of the contact sheets have corresponding shot lists associated with them located in SERIES 2A, and many of the prints are from negatives in SERIES 6C.
B) Color Slides: Divided into two distinct groups labelled "S" and "T." The "S" slides are from a 1960 Tahitian archaeological expedition in which Rappaport participated, and include slides taken in Taiwan, Japan, Australia, and New York. The "T" slides are from Rappaport's 1962-1963 Papua New Guinea field work and document daily village activity as well as aspects of ritual. Generally, there is descriptive annotation on the slides. This subseries contains several images of Rappaport, as well as his wife Ann.
C) Negatives: Original 35mm black and white negatives. This subseries has been entirely digitized, and images are available for viewing by clicking on the links in the container list below. To re-create the order in which the photographs were taken, refer to the frame number at the end of the image title. Prints of many of these negatives are in SERIES 6A. Original negatives are restricted.

Restrictions

Original negatives are restricted.
 

Black-and-White Prints

Box 30, Folder 1

Requests for enlargement, includes some description 1963

Box 30, Folder 2

Archaeological site photographs

Box 30, Folder 3

Rolls RR 13, 15, 16, and 21

Box 30, Folder 4

Rolls RRA 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, and 21

General note

Annotation for rolls "RRA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13" - see box 2, folder 2, "Field notebook #2"; for rolls "RRA 15, 16, 17, and 18" - see box 2, folder 3, "Field notebook #3"; and for rolls "RRA 19 and 20" - see box 2, folder 4, "Field notebook #4.
Box 30, Folder 5

Rolls RRB 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, and 25

General note

Annotation for roll "RRB 4" - see box 3, folder 7, Field notebook #7; for roll "RRB 5" - see box 3, folder 8, Field notebook #8; for roll "RRB 11" - see box 3, folder 9, Field notebook #9; and for rolls "RRB 16 and 17" - see box 3, folder 11, Field notebook #11.
Box 30, Folder 6

Rolls RRC 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, and 27

Box 30, Folder 7

Miscellaneous photographs

Box 30, Folder 8

Unidentified contact sheets

 

Color Slides

Box 30, Folder 9

S-1 1960

Vanilla orchid being pollinated by hand
Large pig sleeping in the shade, chicken running by
Movie posters on signboard beside a dirt road, Society Islands
Archaeologist Roger Green in vanilla patch, Society Islands
Vanilla beans drying on a platform
Small dog, Society Islands
Tridacna fishermen opening their catch, Aurora Natua with them, Papara, Tahiti
Tridacna being opened, Papara, Tahiti
Aurora Natua with tridacna fisherman, Papara, Tahiti
Lai San's store and surroundings, Moorea
Kitchen of the Rappaport's house, Moorea
Artist on school house steps, Society Islands, surrounded by crowd
Artist on school house steps, Society Islands, surrounded by crowd
Protestant church from Te Awa Awa, Moorea, woman and child in foreground
Lai San's store, Moorea
Road and house built with corrugated metal, Papetoai, Moorea
House built from corrugated metal, Papetoai, Moorea
Small ship at Papetoai dock, Moorea
Papetoai dock, Moorea
House occupied by Rappaports at Papetoai, Moorea
Church and women, Moorea
House in Papetoai, Moorea
Protestant church, Moorea
Houses and surroundings, Papetoai, Moorea
House with fishnet drying outside, Papetoai, Moorea
Rappaport's house on Moorea: detail and adjacent structures
Children with an outrigger canoe, Moorea
Road and scenery, Papetoai, Moorea
Pool hall, Papetoai, Moorea
Church as seen from Moorea dock
Houses and coconut palms, Papetoai, Moorea
House in Papetoai, Moorea
House on raised platform with broad verandah, Papetoai, Moorea
School, Papetoai, Moorea
Boys playing soccer, Society Islands

Box 30, Folder 10

S-2 1960 June

Local people examining artifacts at an archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Local people at archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Local people at archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Local people at archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Small stone statue, Urufara, Moorea
Shrine with ti'i statues, Urufara, Moorea
Local women at archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Crowd of people and dogs, Moorea
Stone pounders, Papetoai, Moorea
Small ti'i statue, Urufara, Moorea
Fishhooks and broken pieces lined up on table at archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Local people at archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Local people at an archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Local people at an archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Local people look at artifacts and drawings at archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Papetoai villagers wait to see archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Incised shell fragments and other artifacts from archaeological site, Moorea
Incised shell fragments and other artifacts from archaeological site, Moorea
Local people wait to view archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Stone artifacts from archaeological site, Moorea
Local people in handwoven decorated hats, Moorea
Local people, some with decorated hats, waiting to view archaeology exhibit, Moorea
Local people at archaeology exhibit, examining drawings, Moorea
Local man wearing handwoven hat, holding child, on Moorea
Ti'i (tiki) sculputure discovered by Pierre Gobillard in Paea in 1954 after a storm, Tahiti
Small stone ti'i (tiki) statue marking a boundary, Tahiti
Shell and stone fishing weights and other artifacts, Moorea
Shell fishhook fragments from archaeology dig, Moorea
Shell fishhook fragments from archaeology dig, Moorea
Shell fishhook fragments and other small artifacts, Society Islands
Coins, buttons, ceramic fragments and other artifacts from archaeology dig, Society Islands
Stone pounders and other artifacts from archaeology dig, Society Islands
Shell fragments with pierced holes, from archaeology dig, Society Islands
Artifacts from archaeology dig, Society Islands

Box 30, Folder 11

S-3 1960 May-October

Archaeologist Roger Green at Mata'i Taria, Moorea
Ann Rappaport and Poia share a meal, Ma'atia, Moorea
The Moana Tei (ship) at Papeete wharf, scholars Richard Moench. Paul Kay and Kaye Green on shore
Archaeologist Yosihiko Sinoto in French Polynesia
Roy and Ann Rappaport with archaeologist Yosihiko Sinoto at archaeological site, Tahiti
Ann Rappaport, Tahiti
Ann Rappaport with local Chinese woman and child, at ti'i site, Maatia, Moorea
Anthropologist Roy Rappaport
Ann and Roy Rappaport boarding a Pacific Air Lines airplane, French Polynesia
Anthropologists Ann and Roy Rappaport
Ann Rappaport recording data at Vaiohu'i archaeological site, Moorea
Anthropologist Roy Rappaport
Kaye Green, archaeologist
Yosihiko Sinoto and Ann Rappaport dance in grass skirts, Tahiti
Ann and Roy Rappaport in French Polynesia
Marae, Society Islands
Marae, French Polynesia
Archaeologists Kenneth Emory and Pierre Verin examine Ti'i (tiki) statue used as boundary marker
Marae and Polynesian man, Hua, French Polynesia
Marae in Society Islands, stone remains
Marae remains, Society Islands
Marae, Society Islands
Marae, Opuno'hu Valley, Moorea
Ann Rappaport in Tahiti
Ann Rappaport, Tahiti
Ann Rappaport, Tahiti
Ann Rappaport, skeptical about impending boat ride to Mo'orea
Ann Rappaport sorts artifacts, Society Islands
Marae, French Polynesia
Henri Picaud, Tere, and anthropologist Pierre Verin
Mr. Danielsson's party: Roy Rappaport in foreground, anthropologist Bengt Danielsson on left, and others
Pierre Verin, archaeologist, Panaauia, Tahiti
Ann Rappaport and Poia share a meal, Ma'atia, Moorea
Archaeologist Roger Green in Papetoai, Moorea
Ann and Roy Rappaport with Poia's family in an open-sided house, Moorea
Archaeologist Roger Green, with Tapia, and Hu'a on front lawn, Moorea

Box 30, Folder 12

S-4 1960 June-July

Mata'i Taria archaeological excavation, Moorea: Mope removing coconuts for safety
Mata'i Taria archaeological excavation, Moorea: headstone
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: square X49
Local people watching archaeological excavation on Moorea, Ann Rappaport with box
Mata'i Taria archaeological excavation, Moorea: children watching excavators at work
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: square V54
Mata'i Taria archaeological excavation, Moorea: spectators
Mata'i Taria archaeological excavation, Moorea: spectators aorund the pit
Moorea: View from Opunoho
Orofere Valley, Tahiti: archaeologist Kenneth Emory and Tahitian man, cook house in foreground
Maatia, Moorea: Poia's house
Maatia, Moorea: At Poia's house
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: square R48
Mata'i Taria excavation: spectators helping screen
Archaeological excavation, Society Islands
Young girl in French Polynesia, Oramatoua's Fa'amu daughter
Outrigger canoe on shore, Tahiti
Canoe with outrigger in Moorea lagoon
Boys playing soccer, Society Islands
Fishing from outrigger canoe, Moorea
Coconut palms, Society Islands

Box 30, Folder 13

S-5 1960 June-October

Papeete commercial district: street scene, cargo ship in port
Papeete, Tahiti: passengers in the back of a truck
Papeete: street scene in commercial district
Sunset, Papeete: children on the waterfront
Thatched house being built in Paea, Tahiti
Ann Rappaport in Papeete, carved columns in front of store
House with corrugated metal roof, Punaauia, Tahiti
Thatched house in disrepair, Orofere Valley. Tahiti
Papeete harbor, sailboats
Papeete waterfront
Orofere Valley, Tahiti: Ann Rappaport, Kenneth Emory and Yosihiko Sinoto by a stream
Ann Rappaport and village cattle, Orufere, Moorea
Papeete harbor, sailboats and small ships
Papeete waterfront, Tahiti
Papeete waterfront with sailboats, mountains in distance, Tahiti
Papeete waterfront, small boats, bus, Bloc Donald building
Orofere Valley, Tahiti: steep mountain and banana trees, trail
Papeete harbor and ship
Orofere Valley, Tahiti: stream
Orofere Valley, Tahiti: stream and banana trees
Orofere Valley, Tahiti: rural pathway
Orofere Valley, Tahiti: house beside stream in forest
Papeete market: out-of-focus scene
Orofere Valley, Tahiti: steep and nearly vertical walls
Papeete: street scene in commercial district, Magasin Hawai
Papeete waterfront: woman making flower garlands
Papeete market: out-of-focus shot
Papeete market: vendors
Papeete, Tahiti: street scene, girls on bicycles
Papeete street scene, bicycle riders
Papeete, Tahiti: commercial district street scene

Box 30, Folder 14

S-6 1960 June

Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X54, north wall
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X50, north, men working
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X54, west wall
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: R48, north
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X50, north wall
Archaeological excavation: flawed image of Phillips site
Archaeological excavation, French Polynesia: Ann Rappaport at Hauiti, Moorea
Opunohu archaeological excavation, Moorea: dig at ancient house site
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X54, north wall
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X54, south wall
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X50, west wall
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X50, south wall, men working
Vaiohu'a archaeological excavation, Moorea: men sifting fill
Opunohu archaeological excavation, Moorea: dig at ancient house site
Vaiohu'a archaeological excavation, Moorea
Vaiohu'a archaeological excavation: pit and men working
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: Y50 and men working
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: V54, north wall
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X54, east wall
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X50, east wall
Vaiohu'a archaeological excavation, Moorea: west wall, bulk of southwest quadrant
Vaiohu'a archaeological excavation, Moorea: people at work
Moorea archaeological excavation: people at work
Vaiohu'a archaeological excavation, Moorea: southeast quadrant, south wall
Vaiohu'a archaeological excavation, Moorea
Vaiohu'a archaeological excavation: Moorea: men working
Vaiohu'a archaeological excavation, Moorea: southeast quadrant, east wall
Vaiohu'a archaeological excavation, Moorea: worker in handwoven hat
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X49 and X50, men working
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X49 and X50
Hauiti archaeological excavation: X-49, East wall
Hauiti archaeological excavation, Moorea: X49
Moorea archaeological excavation, Phillips site: Ann Rappaport and Kaye Green at work
Moorea archaeological excavation: Phillips site, Ann Rappaport and Kaye Green

Box 30, Folder 15

Slides of Taiwan, Kyoto, NY Harbor and Roy Rappaport 1960-1963

Japan street scene
Japan street scene, narrow alleyway
Food preparation: Roy Rappaport observes Muk cooking bananas, Rappaports' house in background
Kyoto scenery, temple on mountain ridge
Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan
Building in Kyoto, Japan
Sun Moon Lake temple interior, Taiwan
Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan
Ann Rappaport in botanical garden in Lae, Papua New Guinea
Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan
Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan
Roy Rappaport in Papua New Guinea
Roy Rappaport in Papua New Guinea
Roy Rappaport in Papua New Guinea
Roy Rappaport in Papua New Guinea
Nijo Castle moat and walls, Kyoto, Japan
Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan: temple known as the Golden Pavillion, Kinkaku-ji, or Rukuon-ji
Japanese rock garden, Kyoto
Japanese rock garden, Kyoto
Mural in building in Kyoto, Japan
Building in Kyoto, Japan
Nijo Castle wall and moat, Kyoto, Japan
Nijo Castle, Kyoto, Japan
Nijo Castle stone wall, Kyoto, Japan
Nijo Castle, Kyoto, Japan
Agricultural fields in Taiwan
Man sorting fish on deck of boat
Houses in Taiwan
Agricultural fields in Taiwan
Agriculture in Taiwan: fields
Agricultural fields in Taiwan
Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan
Woman and child in Taipei, Taiwan
Fishing boat in waters off New York
Building in Kyoto, Japan

Box 30, Folder 16

T-1 1962 July-December

Bismarck Range, mountains
Bismarck Range, mountains
Tsembaga: view out Rappaports' window, Nimine, Peluwai, Mautipaiwai (l-r)
Kiap (name) chopping wood
Brisbane: University of Queensland
Morning mist, Lake George, New South Wales
Morning mist, Lake George, New South Wales
Morning mist, Lake George, New South Wales
Peacocks and cockatoos, Brisbane
Flowers at Mt. Cootha. Brisbane
Brisbane: University of Queensland
Australian National University: garden and fountain
Koala in Lone Pines Park at Brisbane
Cockatoo, Brisbane
Australian National University, Canberra: residence hall
Parrots, Brisbane
Australian National University: dining hall
Kangaroo in Lone Pines Park at Brisbane
Bird of paradise, Brisbane
Koala on dog at Lone Pine Park, Brisbane
Brisbane seen from Mt. Coottha
Kangup (Cyathea cyatheaceae), an edible tree fern
Chicken hutch in Wendegai

Box 30, Folder 17

T-2 1963 Auhust-November

Bismarck Range, mountains
Bismarck Range: forest
Akis (left) hangs up clothing and fabrics which he has purchased on a trip to Madang
Akis and his purchases from Madang, including enamel pan, clothing, and blanket
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: butchering meat in ancestral shrine
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: Aboi makes food package to be cooked at ancestral shrine
Food preparation: Noma placing hot stones on ferns covering food in elevated oven
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: in ancestral shrine, men prepare to cook pork
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: in ancestral shrine, men prepare pork and other foods
Bismarck Range mountains as seen from Nemengomp
Gardening: fire in slash-and-burn clearing for a garden for Akis Aibenigai
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: in ancestral shrine, Aboi prepares food to be cooked
Food preparation: Noma prepares frame for elevated oven
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: in ancestral shrine, Aboi wraps food in leaves
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: in ancestral shrine, Aboi prepares food to be cooked
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: in ancestral shrine, man (left) cooks marsupials in above ground oven
Food preparation: Kiap (name) makes elevated oven watched by Mer, who holds infant, Kiniup

Box 30, Folder 18

T-4 1963

Marek Jablonko, Pinj, Allison Jablonko, Kumgump (l-r) at Rappaports' house in Tsembaga
War, Gaupman, Yinda and Koi: women wearing shell valuables, with young children
Ann Rappaport sits outside her house with women and children
Ann Rappaport with women at wake for Gauwa
Shield: Piat paints design on shield, watched by Roy Rappaport
Shield: Piat paints design on shield, watched by Roy Rappaport
Marek Jablonko and Allison Jablonko with a family in Tsembaga
Shield with carved design leans against Rappaports' house
Baby (Kinimp) at Moramp's knee
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: Kinimp watches Moramp and another woman prepare food in ancestral shrine
Women sit beside Rappaports' house, garden produce in netbags
Ann Rappaport with women and children, Rappaports' house on right
War, Gaupman and Yinda: young children and woman wearing shell valuable
Abint paints designs on a drum, inside of Rappaport's house
Young girl wearing shell valuable, stands with another child
Children, Pauna (l) on her way to garden with stick and net bag, and Kobenum (r)
Woman and child, Rembor and Maramar, with face paint, standing in front of house
Funeral: woman with clay on skin (sign of mourning) prepares yellow pandanus
Mourning customs: man smeared with clay, which indicates mourning
Akis puts skin head on a drum
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Nemengemp: people in ancestral shrine with pig
Pig festival, singsing, Aumpaea: women by ritual fence, Matak wears mourning paint
Funeral: woman at wake, her skin smeared with clay as sign of mourning
Funeral: yellow pandanus prepared by woman, her skin smeared with clay as sign of mourning

Box 30, Folder 19

T-6 1963

Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: Aundagai women, some with shell valuables, and children by dance ground
Pig festival, singsing: men in feather headdresses and colorful garments, play kundu drums
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: Aundagai women by visitors' shelter observe dancing men
Pig festival, singsing: Tuguma men in feather headdresses at dance ground
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: Tagura men with feather headdresses stand at fence
Pig festival, singsing, Dikai: Taguro men wearing feather headdresses gather at fence by dance ground
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: Tuguma men and women in feather headdresses at dance ground
Pig festival, wig ritual: Kangump puts decorations on Tsa, who wears red wig (mamp gunc) in dedication to red spirits
Pig festival, wig ritual:: young men with red wigs (mamp gunc) emerge from seclusion, Marek Jablonko films
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tuguma: men rehearse a song, watched by women and children
Pig festival, wig ritual: Borgar wears red wig (mamp gunc) in dedication to red spirit
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Tsembaga: spectators, some wearing feather headdresses
Pig festival, wig ritual: Akis with red wig (mamp gunc) for dedication to red spirits
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: young Tuguma women on dance ground
Pig festival, wig ritual: man wears red wig in dedication to the red spirits
Pig festival, wig ritual: Akis with red wig (mamp gunc) beats on drum, folded cordyline leaf ornament in foreground
Pig festival, wig ritual: men dedicated to red spirit emerge, pave ritual fence at right
Pig festival, wig ritual: secluded at men's house, men with red wigs (mamp gunc) undergo dedication to red spirit
Pig festival, wig ritual: men with red wigs (mamp gunc) about to be presented
Pig festival, wig ritual: Mer puts kuri beads on Keap, who wears a red wig, Mak watches
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tuguma: Tuguma men, wearing feather headdresses and colorful garments, rehearse song
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: decorated Tuguma men
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: Aundagai women, several in mourning paint, near visitors' shelter on dance ground
Pig festival, pig sacrifice: decorated men and women stand near visitors' shelter
Pig festival, singsing, Tuguma: men cross fence to enter dance ground
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Tsembaga: Aundagai women wearing shell valuables
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tuguma: men in feather headdresses and colorful garments, line up to rehearse song

Box 30, Folder 20

T-7 1963 April-November

Kavali at Tsembaga
Akis the elder,Tsembaga
Timothy Akis with shower cap
Aibint, a Maring man at Tsembaga
Akwai of Tuguma, wearing a barkcloth cap
Mer, neighbor of the Rappaports in Tsembaga

Box 30, Folder 21

T-8 1963 August-October

Gardening: Kiap (name) in patch of cultivated watercress
Gardening: slash-and-burn method being used to prepare ground for Yemp's garden
Gardening: slash-and-burn method being used to prepare ground
Gardening: slash-and-burn method being used to prepare Yembi's garden
Gardening: Yumb building a garden fence
Gardening: slash-and-burn clearing
Gardening: slash-and-burn clearing at Kakopi
Gardening: slash-and-burn clearing at Kakopi
Gardening: Kiap (name) splits rail for garden fence
Gardening: Kiap (name) in patch of cultivated watercress
Gardening: fence to exclude pigs
Gardening: detail of garden fence, showing vine lashing
Gardening: Wale in garden area being prepared with slash-and-burn method
Gardening: slash-and-burn method being used to prepare ground for Yemp and Muk to garden
Gardening: garden of Karari, Kakopai.
Gardening: slash-and-burn method has been used to prepare Yemp's garden

Box 30, Folder 22

T-10 1963

Food preparation: leaf-lined earth oven pit and hot stones in a garden
Food preparation: man butchering a pig at Nemegemp
Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual, Tuguma: men collect blood from sacrificed pig
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: Koi places pig intestines over greens on banana leaves
Food preparation: Ngatuomp and Mongor, Maring women, build a fire for cooking, Nemengemp
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: pork and other foods being prepared
Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual, Tuguma: woman places food in banana leaves for ritual meal
Pig festival, pig sacrifice: woman places food on banana leaves, to be cooked in earth oven
Food preparation: leaf-lined earth oven pit and hot stones
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: Tuguma women heat stones for cooking
Food preparation: cooking greens from pandanus grove in bamboo tubes over a fire
Food preparation: Ngatuomp building fire at Nemengomp
Food preparation: Pambo bleeding a pig at Nemengomp
Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual, Tuguma: men butcher cassowary sacrificed in ancestral shrine
Food preparation: Pambo and Arate bleeding a pig at Nemengomp
Food preparation: dead pig after bristles have been singed off, Nemengomp
Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual, Tuguma: men singe bristles from sacrificed pig
Pig festival, pig sacrifice: Pambo and Rrate singeing bristles from a pig at Nemengomp
Food preparation: pig's blood caught in a bark container, Nemengomp
Food preparation: singeing bristles from a pig, Nemengomp
Food preparation: pig's tongue being removed, Make pulls on jaw
Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual, Tuguma: butchering sacrificial pig in ancestral shrine
Food preparation: bristles being singed from a pig, Nemengomp
Food preparation: Moramp, a Maring woman, preparing fire
Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual, Tuguma: women heat stones for cooking pork and marsupials in ancestral shrine
Food preparation: Mer, Kwinokwai and Konbek squeeze red juice from cooked pandanus fruit
Food preparation: man squeezes red pandanus fruits, producing red juice seen in bowl (r)
Food preparation: Pambo holds a pig to be bled, Nemengomp
Food preparation: Mantyapai gathering blood from a butchered pig, Nemengomp

Box 30, Folder 23

T-12 1963 August-November

Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Nemengomp: men combine pig fat and blood with greens, which will be roasted to make blood pudding
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: Noma adds pigs' blood, fat and other ingredients for blood pudding to be roasted in banana leaf packet
Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual, Tuguma: bundle containing smoked marsupial, lifted by men
Food preparation: Pambo making above-ground oven
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: packet of pig blood, fat and greens being roasted to make blood pudding
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: men tie a small pig to poles
Food preparation: Pambo, Kiap (name) and Akis make above-ground oven
Food preparation: hot stones on food in above-ground oven
Food preparation: Muk watches over fire heating stones for earth oven
Food preparation: placing a hot stone inside a chicken
Food preparation: removing leaves covering food in above-ground oven
Food preparation: hot stones in above-ground oven
Food preparation: Noma and Kavali placing leaf-wrapped bundles of food in above-ground oven
Food preparation: hot stones on top of food cooking in above-ground oven
Food preparation: hot stones have been placed in above-ground oven to cook food
Food preparation: watched by children, Amangware and Komber, Ann Rappaport and Mer prepare chicken for cooking
Food preparation: placing a hot stone inside a chicken
Food preparation: Ann Rappaport and Make pluck a chicken
Food preparation: chickens and greens in above-ground oven
Food preparation: Mer cleans cooked chickens
Food preparation: chicken and greens in above-ground in which hot stones will be placed
Food preparation: placing chicken in above-ground oven
Food preparation: Ann Rappaport salts food in above-ground oven
Food preparation: man named Kiap and Noma make an above-ground oven
Food preparation: Kiap (name) in barkcloth cap lashes a frame for above-ground oven
Food preparation: men and Ann Rappaport build above-ground oven
Food preparation: Pambo, Kiap (name) and Akis build above-ground oven
Pig festival, uprooting cordyline ritual, Tuguma: preparation of red pandanus, marsupial and other ritual foods in ancestral shrine
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Torpai: woman places hot stones to cook food on banana leaves
Food preparation: chicken and greens in above-ground oven, cooked with hot stones
Food preparation: women sharing food

Box 30, Folder 24

T-[?] 1963

Bird-of-paradise feathers in barkcloth cap worn by Akis
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Aumdagai: in Tsembaga, Akis decorates Peruai
Pig festival, wig ritual, Tsembaga: men in wigs wash in preparation for being revealed to community
Pig festival, singsing preparation, Tsembaga: Muk and Mbabi arrange harpy eagle feathers for a headdress
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: kina shells and other valuables displayed for trade or exchange
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: kina shells, beads and other exchange valuables displayed on a mat
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: sugar cane, bananas and other food gifts for Tuguma visitors
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Aumdagai: Tsembaga man decorates himself before ritual
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: decorated men (Noma and Akis) undergo ritual cleansing, beautifying themselves for Aundagai visitors
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: Akis bathes in preparation for dancing
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Aundagai: decorated man (Akis) wears elaborate headdress and holds large kundu drum
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: decorated men (Men and Aiden) hold kundu drums
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: distribution of food to Tuguma visitors on dance ground
Pig festival, singsing: decorated man (Aindeim) holds small kundu drum
Pig festival, singsing: decorated man (Aindeim) holds small kundu drum
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: Aboi in marsupial fur and feather headdress, shell valuables, at pig sacrifice held for Aundagai visitors
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: Mbabi, Muk, and Mbi arrange feathers in ratan framework for headdress
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: display of kina shells, steel axes and other exchange valuables
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: sugar cane, bananas and other food gifts for Tuguma visitors
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: sugar cane, bananas and other food for Tuguma visitors

 

Negatives

 

Roll 1 1962 December

Gardening: banana trees with gardens in background, Bismarck Range [frame 10]
Young man with pierced nose [frame 5]
Young boy [frame 4]
Houses on mountain slope, seen from a distance [frame 7]
Pig festival, singsing preparations: building visitors' house, frame with roof supports [frame 6]
Box (name), luluai badge on forehead [frame 1]
Boy with pierced nose scowls and folds his arms [frame 3]
Man named Box wears luluai badge on forehead, denoting status as a government-appointed leader [frame 2]
Adolescent boy next to a house, fences in background [frame 31]
Ann Rappaport and Timothy Akis, translator for the Rappaports [frame 24]
Pig festival, singsing preparations: visitors' house thatched [frame 25]
Adolescent boys with pierced noses, one in barkcloth cap, stand near the Rappaports' house [frame 15]
Man with barkcloth cap and netbag [frame 14]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: dance ground and gate in lower center [frame 9]
Pig festival, singsing preparations: building visitors' house, frame with roof supports [frame 8]
Gardening: distant cleared gardens, Bismarck Range [frame 11]
Adolescent boy in front of the Rappaports' house [frame 20]
Adolescent girl wearing shell valuable [frame 21]
Pig festival, singsing preparations: visitors' house thatched [frame 26]
Man wears luluai badge on forehead [frame 27]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: frame for visitors' house on edge of dance ground [frame 13]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: frame for visitors' house on edge of dance ground [frame 12]
Maring boy in a shy pose [frame 18]
Adolescent boy wears barkcloth cap over long hair [frame 19]
Man with barkcloth cap, pierced nose, bead necklaces and woven armbands [frame 16]
Man with marsupial fur headdress [frame 17]
Young girl wearing shell valuables stands by a fence [frame 22]
Young boy with swollen stomach, sign of malnutrition [frame 23]
Man in barkcloth cap, profile [frame 33]
Young children, one with kundu drum [frame 34]
Man wearing luluai badge plays kundu drum [frame 35]
Young Maring boy [frame 36]
Adolescent boy with barkcloth cap and axe [frame 30]
Weaving: man making a belt or armband from plant fibers [frame 29]
Man with woven armband, bead necklace and machete [frame 28]
Smiling man in front of a house [frame 32]
Young Maring children play on fence [frame 37]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/1. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 2 1962

Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: young dancers in grass bustles and shell valuables sing [frame 12]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: dancers in grass bustles and shell valuables [frame 15]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men build visitors' house, frame construction [frame 35]
Mer paints on paper, inside Rappaports' house [frame 0]
Muluwai, Maring man with pierced nose, wears barkcloth cap and armbands woven from orchid vines [frame 16]
Young man, woven wall panel and other building materials in background [frame 19]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: young dancers in grass bustles and shell valuables sing [frame 14]
Older man with pierced nose [frame 17]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: drummers near Rappaports' house [frame 20]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: boy wears marsupial fur ornaments and other finery [frame 23]
Older man with pierced nose, wears a cap netted from plant fibers [frame 18]
Young man wears adornments, including barkcloth cap and trade-bead necklace [frame 21]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men with kundu drum and bamboo mouth harp [frame 24]
Young man wears adornments, including barkcloth cap and trade-bead necklace by Rappaport's house [frame 22]
Man with barkcloth cap and pierced nose [frame 25]
Children (Nungarum and Inawe) with can and woven object, adolescent boy in background [frame 32]
Mer paints on paper, inside Rappaports' house [frame 1]
Older man with beard, woven wall panel and other building materials in background [frame 30]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men build visitors' house, frame construction [frame 33]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men thatch roof of visitors' house [frame 4]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: Ann Rappaport inspects visitors' house [frame 5]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men thatch roof of visitor's house [frame 2]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men thatch roof of visitors' house [frame 3]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men build visitors' house, frame construction [frame 36]
Smoking man wears sheet of paper as part of headdress, holds bow and arrows [frame 27]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men build visitors' house, other men relax [frame 34]
Young children play on Tsembaga dance ground [frame 37]
Man wears hornbill ornament, kina shell pendant, carries arrows and machete [frame 28]
Older man with beard, young child, woven wall panel and other building materials in background [frame 31]
Man with pierced nose [frame 26]
Men in front of Rappaport's house, man on right wears hornbill ornaments [frame 29]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: dance ground and visitors' house [frame 9]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: dancers near visitors' house [frame 8]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: dancers near ritual gate [frame 7]
Children play on dance ground in Tsembaga [frame 6]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: young dancers in grass bustles and shell valuables sing [frame 13]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: adolescent girls on dance ground, watched by Ann Rappaport [frame 10]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: young dancers in grass bustles and shell valuables sing [frame 11]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/2. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 3 1962

Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: small pig trussed to pole [frame 22]
Child in front of Rappaport's house in Tsembaga [frame 20]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men adorn themselves [frame 21]
Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Tsembaga: display in ancestral shrine of jaws from sacrificed pigs [frame 18]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: young men rub oil on their skin to beautify themselves [frame 10]
Pig festival, singsing preparations: ritual cordyline planted near men's house [frame 11]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: visitors' house next to dance ground [frame 8]
Man in headdress with marsupial fur, strands of shells and insects [frame 9]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: women heat stones to cook food for visitors [frame 14]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: women transfer hot stones to earth oven, cooking food for visitors [frame 15]
Pig festival, singsing preparations: men with kundu drums beside cordyline plants at men's house [frame 12]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men at ritual gate marked with cordyline and bamboo arch [frame 13]
Children practice spear throwing [frame 5]
Children practice spearing throwing [frame 7]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: food for visitors put in banana leaves for earth oven cooking [frame 17]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: women transfer hot stones to earth oven, cooking food for visitors [frame 16]
Child practices spear throwing [frame 4]
Bismarck Range, view towards Gunts [frame 3]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: men thatch visitors' house [frame 2]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: dancers [frame 1a]
Pig festival, singsing preparations, Tsembaga: group arrives at dance ground [frame 1]
Portrait of man wearing luluai badge, marsupial fur ornaments, and nose plug [frame 19]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/3. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 4 1963 March 15

Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: women and children share food inside a house [frame 24]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: dancers with Allison and Marek Jablonko [frame 23]
Dispute in Tuguma: men discuss garden damage done by a neighboring group's pig [frame 9]
Dispute in Tuguma: men discuss garden damage done by a neighboring group's pig [frame 8]
Dispute in Tuguma: men discuss garden damage done by a neighboring group's pig [frame 11]
Dispute in Tuguma: men discuss garden damage done by a neighboring group's pig [frame 10]
Dispute in Tuguma: men butcher a neighboring group's pig killed for damaging a garden [frame 5]
Dispute in Tuguma: men butcher a neighboring group's pig that was killed for damaging a garden [frame 4]
Dispute in Tuguma: men discuss garden damage done by a neighobring group's pig [frame 7]
Dispute in Tuguma: men butcher a neighboring group's pig, killed for damaging a garden [frame 6]
Dispute in Tuguma: men discuss garden damage done by a neighboring group's pig [frame 2]
Dispute in Tuguma: men, including luluai, discuss garden damage done by neighboring group's pig [frame 1]
Dispute in Tuguma: men butcher a neighboring group's pig that was killed for damaging a garden [frame 3]
Dispute in Tuguma: luluai and other men discuss compensation for garden damage done by neighboring group's pig [frame 15]
Dispute in Tuguma: luluai and other men discuss compensation for garden damage done by neighboring group's pig [frame 14]
Dispute in Tuguma: luluai and other men discuss compensation for garden damage done by neighboring group's pig [frame 13]
Dispute in Tuguma: luluai holds pork, compensation for garden damage by a neighboring group's pig [frame 12]
Dispute in Tuguma: luluai, watched by other men, pushes a small stake into ground [frame 16]
Dispute in Tuguma: men and boys near government rest house, awaiting dispute [frame 17]
Roy Rappaport, portrait with Bismarck Range in background [frame 18]
Roy Rappaport, portrait with Bismarck Range in background [frame 19]
Roy Rappaport, portrait [frame 20]
Bismarck Range mountains [frame 21]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: women and children on dance ground [frame 22]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/4. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 5 1963 March 15

Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: men examine shell valuable [frame 9]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: woman with food to be shared with visitors [frame 15]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: men with elaborate headdresses dance [frame 11]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: man wearing shell valuables, marsupial fur and feather headdress [frame 8]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: people in visitors' house, sharing food [frame 14]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: woman wears large shell valuables, children play in background [frame 17]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: women and children smile at photographer [frame 16]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: decorated men with drums move in formation on dance ground [frame 12]
Church service in Tsembaga: attentive men in front row [frame 29]
Church service in Tsembaga: Anglican priest Peter Robin and Solomon Islander missionaries lead service [frame 30]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: women and children near Rappaport's house [frame 20]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: ancestral shrine, including sacrifice house [frame 19]
Church service in Tsembaga: men prepare to dance at service held by Solomon Islander Anglican missionaries [frame 25]
Church service in Tsembaga: decorated men prepare to dance at service held by Solomon Islander Anglican missionaries [frame 26]
Church service in Tsembaga: Anglican priest Peter Robin leads service [frame 31]
Woman holds infant [frame 32]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: decorated men approach dance ground [frame 1]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: decorated men behind fence above dance ground [frame 6]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: decorated man with fur and feather headdress, shell valuables [frame 7]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: decorated men kneel together on dance ground [frame 4]
Smiling woman wearing shell valuables, beaded necklace and mirror [frame 35]
Smiling woman with beaded necklace and shell valuable, carries netbag slung from her head [frame 36]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: decorated men at ritual fence, prepare to enter dance ground [frame 2]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: decorated men approach dance ground [frame 3]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: man with white face paint, headband of shell valuables [frame 23]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: women wearing shell valuables, one woman carries a pig [frame 18]
Woman wearing shell valuables [frame 33]
Woman with crescent shell valuable, holds young child [frame 34]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: decorated men and women on dance ground [frame 10]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: women and children near Rappaport's house [frame 22]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: women and children near Rappaport's house [frame 21]
Church service in Tsembaga: local people gather with Solomon Islander Anglican missionaries [frame 24]
Adolescent wearing marsupial fur headdress, shell valuables, and beaded necklace [frame 37]
Church service in Tsembaga: people gather with Anglican missionaries from Solomon Islands [frame 27]
Church service in Tsembaga: local people gather with Anglican missionaries from Solomon Islands [frame 28]
Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga hosts Tsengamp: decorated men with kundu drums on dance ground [frame 5]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/5. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 6 1963

Bismarck Range mountains: foggy scene [frame 1]
Children look at pig (not pictured) which has been slaughtered [frame 12]
Food preparation: small pig which has been clubbed, will be shared with visitors [frame 11]
Food preparation: men club a pig to share with visitors [frame 10]
Food preparation: man with small slaughtered pig [frame 9]
Man wearing barkcloth cap, netted loincloth, beaded necklace, woven armband and belt, carries an axe [frame 8]
Woman with netbag holds infant, firewood stacked nearby [frame 7]
Woman with netbag holds infant, firewood stacked nearby [frame 6]
Gardening: secondary growth on old garden clearing [frame 5]
Gardening: distant view of garden clearing on a steep slope [frame 4]
Simbai River Valley: tributary joins a larger river [frame 20]
Simbai River Valley: boulders and small river [frame 19]
Food preparation: bristles are singed off a small dead pig [frame 18]
Food preparation: small pig which has just been clubbed [frame 16]
Food preparation: small pig that has been clubbed [frame 13]
Gardening: luluai and another man in garden carry netbags (bilum) full of food [frame 2]
Gardening: Luluai and another man in garden with taro and manioc plants, carry netbags full of food [frame 3]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/6. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 7 1963

Food preparation: pork covered with ferns in banana leaves for earth oven [frame 13]
Simbai River Valley: large river and garden clearing [frame 2]
Simbai River Valley: men and boy relax on bank of a large river [frame 1]
Simbai River Valley: river in steeply-sloped valley [frame 3]
Simbai River Valley: man and child relax on bank of a large river [frame 4]
Food preparation: pig entrails being cleaned in a river [frame 5]
Food preparation: pig entrails being cleaned in a river with a sharpened bamboo knife [frame 6]
Food preparation: pig entrails being washed [frame 7]
Food preparation: pig meat being washed in a stream [frame 8]
Food preparation: tubers and pork being cooked in earth oven [frame 9]
Food preparation: pork on banana leaves [frame 10]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/7. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 8 1963

Pig festival, singsing, Tsembaga: decorated man in headdress carries kundu drum [frame 17]
Young child sits on a fence [frame 18]
Ritual exchange, Tsembaga: shells, shell valuables, steel axes, woven armbands [frame 1a]
Ritual exchange, Tsembaga: men examine shell valuables [frame 4]
Ritual exchange, Tsembaga: shells, shell valuables, steel axes, woven armbands [frame 2]
Man (l) wears luluai badge and wig, man (r) with feather and marsupial fur headdress [frame 13]
Man wears fabric and ribbon headdress with kinship chart pinned to it [frame 11]
Child touching latch on door of Rappaport's house [frame 14]
Smiling woman [frame 6]
Man wears fabric and ribbon headdress with kinship chart pinned to it [frame 10]
Ritual exchange, Tsembaga: man displays shell valuables [frame 5]
Two men by fence, drainage ditch on right [frame 9]
House, detail of a doorway [frame 19]
Woman breastfeeds a child, netbag of food and older child nearby [frame 20]
Food preparation: heating oven stones in a fire [frame 15]
Food preparation: man and boys squeeze juice from cooked pandanus fruit into bowls [frame 16]
Ritual exchange, Tsembaga: man examines shell valuable, steel axes and other shells in background [frame 7]
Ritual exchange, Tsembaga: men gathered in front of Rappaport's house [frame 3]
Ritual exchange, Tsembaga: man examines shell valuable, steel axes and other shells in background [frame 8]
Men wear headdresses and shell valuables, stand near fence and ditch [frame 12]
Man and boy stand next to Rappaport's house [frame 1]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/8. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 9 1963 May 28

Distribution of wild pig meat: women and children eat pork which has been shared [frame 3]
Distribution of wild pig meat: women and children share of pork [frame 2]
Distribution of wild pig meat: men and women receive their shares [frame 8]
Distribution of wild pig meat: children by fence near large pieces of pork [frame 9]
Distribution of wild pig meat: men discuss division of cooked pork, shared with every Tsembaga [frame 21]
Distribution of wild pig meat: woman and children outside of fence waiting for pork [frame 20]
Distribution of wild pig meat: man cuts cooked pork, watched by others [frame 17]
Distribution of wild pig meat: men discuss distribution of cooked pork [frame 18]
Distribution of wild pig meat: men and boys inside fence, awaiting pork [frame 19]
Distribution of wild pig meat: man cuts pork for distribution [frame 12]
Distribution of wild pig meat: man cuts cooked pork, closely watched by children [frame 13]
Distribution of wild pig meat: man pulls child away from pork [frame 14]
Distribution of wild pig meat: child eats pork [frame 15]
Distribution of wild pig meat: people inside low fence [frame 10]
Distribution of wild pig meat: women and children eat pork [frame 11]
Distribution of wild pig meat: women and children await share of pork [frame 4]
Distribution of wild pig meat: woman cuts pork to share with waiting children [frame 5]
Distribution of wild pig meat: woman cuts pork which will be shared with waiting children [frame 6]
Distribution of wild pig meat: pork is handed through fence to man, larger cuts of pork on right [frame 7]
Distribution of wild pig meat: man shares cooked pork with children [frame 16]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/9. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 10 1963 May 28

Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork, men in background sing and play drums [frame 9]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 10]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 11]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 12]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 17]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 19]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 7]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 8]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork, while some make music [frame 13]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork, man playfully salutes [frame 14]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 6]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 16]
Distribution of wild pig meat: men discuss division of pork, watched by children [frame 1]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 18]
Distribution of wild pig meat: Tomegai and Kwibigai clans feast on pork [frame 15]
Distribution of wild pig meat: woman receives cooked pork to share with family [frame 4]
Distribution of wild pig meat: pork is divided [frame 5]
Distribution of wild pig meat: man carries large piece of cooked pork [frame 2]
Distribution of wild pig meat: man with share of pork, pigs in background [frame 3]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/10. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 11 1963

Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 4]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 5]
Ritual exchange: men measure strand of cowrie shells against blade of stone axe [frame 18]
Ritual exchange: men measure strand of cowrie shells against blade of stone axe [frame 19]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 8]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 9]
Carving: stone tool with rattan binding [frame 6]
Carving: stone tool with rattan binding [frame 7]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 12]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 13]
Ritual exchange: men with strand of cowrie shells [frame 16]
Ritual exchange: men measure strand of cowrie shells against stone axe [frame 17]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 14]
Ritual exchange: men with cowrie shell band, note stone adzes on right [frame 15]
Ritual exchange: man measures strand of cowrie shells against blade of stone axe [frame 20]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 2]
Gardening: man using a stone adze [frame 21]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 10]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth arrows [frame 11]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 3]
Carving: stone tool being used to smooth an arrow [frame 1]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/11. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 12 1963 May 31

People cut grass around government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating visit of patrol officer [frame 1]
People cut grass around government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating visit of patrol officer [frame 1a]
People cut grass around government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating visit of patrol officer [frame 2]
People cut grass around government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating visit of patrol officer [frame 3]
People cut grass and relax on grounds near government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating visit by patrol officer [frame 9]
People cut grass around government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating patrol officer's visit [frame 10]
Men on grounds of government rest house in Tsembaga, one holds small pig [frame 16]
Men on grounds of government rest house in Tsembaga, their bows and arrows propped beside them [frame 15]
People gather plant debris and cut grass around government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating patrol officer's visit [frame 18]
Young child with bundle of long grass, by government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating patrol officer's visit [frame 17]
People cut grass around government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating patrol officer's visit [frame 12]
People cut grass around government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating patrol officer's visit [frame 11]
Men on grounds of government rest house in Tsembaga, their bows and arrows propped beside them [frame 14]
People cut grass around government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating patrol officer's visit [frame 13]
Men on grounds of government rest house in Tsembaga, their bows and arrows propped beside them [frame 6]
Women with digging sticks clean grounds of the government rest house in Tsembaga [frame 7]
Woman cuts grass near government rest house, anticipating visit of patrol officer, while mother breastfeeds child [frame 5]
Woman cuts grass near government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating visit of patrol officer [frame 4]
Women gather plant debris and cut grass around government rest house in Tsembaga, anticipating visit from patrol officer [frame 20]
Men stand in doorway of government rest house in Tsembaga, one wears western-style hat and another wears luluai badge [frame 19]
Smiling group of boys and men gather plant debris by government rest house in Tsembaga [frame 8]
Men on grounds of government rest house in Tsembaga, bows and arrows propped beside them [frame 21]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/12. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 13 1963 June 23

Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man with hornbill beak ornament builds elevated oven [frame 12]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man with hornbill beak ornament builds elevated oven [frame 11]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men build fire to cook sacrificial pig [frame 6]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man builds elevated oven to cook sacrificial pig [frame 13]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: steam rises from oven in which sacrifical pig is being cooked [frame 21]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men place hot stones in oven to cook sacrifical pig, note woven belt (r) [frame 18]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: elevated oven for cooking sacrifical pig [frame 14]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: steam rises from oven in which sacrifical pig is being cooked [frame 20]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man places small pig in elevated oven [frame 16]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man with hornbill beak ornament places food in elevated oven [frame 15]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men prepare ritual meal with small sacrificial pig [frame 10]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man places hot stones in oven to cook sacrifical pig [frame 17]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man pierces ground with stake and places cordyline leaves at gate [frame 4]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man at gate marked with cordyline and stakes [frame 3]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man at boundary gate marked with stakes and cordyline [frame 2]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man places leaves at boundary gate marked with stakes and cordyline [frame 1]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men butcher small pig for ritual meal [frame 9]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men butcher small pig for ritual meal [frame 8]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men build fire to cook sacrificial pig [frame 7]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men drip water from bamboo tube onto hot stones in oven [frame 19]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/13. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 14 1963 June 23

Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: stakes and aglaomena leaves, netbag at left may contains ritual fight stones [frame 13]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: heated bamboo explodes, indicating time for Tsembaga men to leave for Tuguma [frame 27]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga men pierce ground with stakes, expelling enemy spirits [frame 28]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga men put bamboo on fire, when it explodes they will leave for Tuguma [frame 25]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga men expel enemy spirits by touching ground with bespelled stakes and plants [frame 30]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men use bespelled stakes and aglaonema to mark territory and expel enemy spirits [frame 29]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Akis (r) and other Tsembaga pierce ground with bespelled stakes to expel enemy spirits [frame 32]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga men expel enemy spirits by touching ground with bespelled stakes and plants [frame 31]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men at boundary gate marked with painted stakes [frame 34]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga men carry bespelled painted stakes, bamboo, and drum [frame 33]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man pierces ground at gate with a stake, expelling enemy spirits [frame 36]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man at boundary gate marked with painted stakes [frame 35]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga man puts bamboo on fire, when it explodes group will leave for Tuguma [frame 22]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men with stakes, bamboo and cordyline for boundary ritual [frame 21]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Akis thrusts stake into Tsembaga ground to drive out enemy spirits [frame 24]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga men, Akis and Noma drive out enemy spirits with bespelled stakes and cordyline [frame 23]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man sharpens stake [frame 7]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga man heats bamboo which will explode, signaling time to leave for Tuguma [frame 26]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man applies substance from small packet to sharpened stake [frame 9]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man sharpens stake [frame 8]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man bespells stakes [frame 11]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man applies substance from small packet to sharpened stakes [frame 10]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man pierces ground at gate with a stake, expelling enemy spirits [frame 37]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man bespells stakes [frame 12]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: stakes, bamboo, cordyline and aglaonema leaves for ritual [frame 14]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man bespells stakes, cordyline and aglaonema leaves for ritual [frame 15]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man bespells stakes, cordyline and aglaonema leaves for ritual [frame 16]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man bespells stakes, cordyline and other materials for ritual [frame 17]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man bespells cordyline, stakes, bamboo and aglaonema leaves for ritual [frame 18]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men gather aglaonema leaves, cordyline, stakes and bamboo for ritual [frame 19]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man bespells bamboo sections [frame 20]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man sharpens stake [frame 6]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/14. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 15 1963 June 23

Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated Tsembaga men with ritual items to expel enemy spirits and establish boundary [frame 19]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga men with stakes, cordyline and aglaonema leaves, expel enemy spirits [frame 20]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated Tsembaga men wait for bamboo (on fire, center) to explode, signaling depature [frame 17]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated Tsembaga men with ritual items to expel enemy spirits and establish boundary [frame 18]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man in newly-cleared garden site hits drum with bespelled bamboo [frame 6]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men bind stakes, aglaonema leaves and cordyline [frame 7]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga men with stakes, cordyline and aglaonema leaves, expelling enemy spirits [frame 21]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men bespell stakes, cordyline and aglaonema leaves for boundary ritual [frame 9]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men in new garden expel enemy spirits with bespelled stakes [frame 2]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men in new garden site wait for bamboo on fire to explode [frame 3]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men in new garden site wait for bamboo to explode [frame 4]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men in garden site expel enemy spirits, bamboo (center) explodes [frame 5]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: steam rises from ritual meal cooking in elevated oven [frame 1]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga men with ritual items to expel enemy spirits and establish boundary [frame 11]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men prepare stakes, cordyline and aglaonema leaves for boundary ritual [frame 8]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated Tsembaga men with ritual items to expel enemy spirits and establish boundary [frame 13]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man applies magical substance from small paper bundle to sharpened stakes [frame 10]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated Tsembaga men with ritual items to expel enemy spirits and establish boundary [frame 15]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated Tsembaga men with ritual items to expel enemy spirits and establish boundary [frame 12]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated Tsembaga men wait for bamboo (on fire, center) to explode, signaling depature [frame 16]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated Tsembaga men with ritual items to expel enemy spirits and establish boundary [frame 14]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/15. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 16 1963

Gardening: woman chops pitpit or sugarcane with a stone adze [frame 2]
Bride price ritual: bride (wearing large shell valuables) walks behind other women [frame 13]
Smoking woman with netbag of firewood, two children [frame 12]
Bride price ritual: bride wearing shell valuables and other finery [frame 14]
Bride price ritual: bride, wearing large shell valuables, sits with other women [frame 16]
Women and children eat while dog watches [frame 7]
Bride price ritual: bride wearing large shell valuables sits with women and small children next to a house [frame 17]
Young boys stand on fence, holding spears [frame 8]
Bride price ritual: bride wearing large shell valuables sits with other women and small children [frame 18]
Women sit together, one working with string, the other holding infant [frame 9]
Bride price ritual: bride wearing shell valuables [frame 19]
Woman holds string, another woman with infant [frame 10]
Hunting: Akis in forest pokes undergrowth, seeking marsupials or other game [frame 20]
Gardening: woman chops pitpit or sugarcane with a stone adze [frame 3]
Hunting: man in forest, seeking marsupials or other game [frame 21]
Woman eating next to a fence [frame 4]
Hunting: in forest, Akis cuts ferns with machete [frame 22]
Women smoking, kundu drum hanging from fence [frame 5]
Hunting: in forest, Akis with length of vine and a machete [frame 23]
Women breastfeeds infant in house yard [frame 6]
Hunting: Akis setting a snare in forest [frame 24]
Hunting: man in forest, out-of-focus image [frame 33]
Hunting: in forest, Akis, in large barkcloth cap, sets snare in tree above [frame 30]
Hunting: man in forest examines ground for sign of marsupials or other game [frame 36]
Hunting: man in forest, out-of-focus image [frame 31]
Hunting: man on steep slope in forest, pokes at undergrowth, seeking marsupials or other game [frame 37]
Hunting: Akis, wearing a barkcloth cap, cuts materials for a snare [frame 28]
Hunting: Akis in forest [frame 27]
Woman works on a woven item around kina shell necklace [frame 11]
Hunting: Akis, in large barkcloth cap, holds a machete, setting a snare in tree above [frame 29]
Bride price ritual: bride wearing shell valuables and other finery [frame 15]
Hunting: in forest, Akis, in barkcloth cap, holds a machete [frame 34]
Hunting: Akis in forest, setting a snare [frame 26]
Hunting: in forest, Akis, in barkcloth cap, sets a snare [frame 35]
Hunting: Akis setting a snare in forest [frame 25]
Hunting: man in forest setting a snare [frame 32]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/16. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 17 1963 June 24

Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men inside house fence join procession to enemy boundary [frame 7]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: procession of Tuguma allies [frame 3]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men brandish stakes, bundles of cordyline and other items for boundary ritual [frame 10]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men inside house fence join procession to enemy boundary [frame 6]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: procession of Tuguma allies [frame 1]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: long procession of Tuguma and allies, going to perform rituals at enemy boundary [frame 16]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men dance inside fence, prior to joining procession to enemy boundary [frame 8]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men inside house fence [frame 4]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: procession of Tuguma allies [frame 2]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated and armed men join procession to establish enemy boundary [frame 14]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men expel enemy spirits from residential area [frame 13]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men charge with stakes, on way to help allies mark enemy boundary [frame 9]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men inside house fence join procession to enemy boundary [frame 5]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men with stakes for enemy boundary, sing beside house [frame 11]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men expel enemy spirits from residential area [frame 12]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man gestures with spear while other men gather [frame 18]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men descend to a stream, in procession to enemy boundary [frame 15]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tuguma man rubs fight package on tree to be felled at enemy boundary [frame 20]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: boys follow procession of decorated men going to enemy boundary [frame 17]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men watch as fight package is rubbed on tree to be felled at enemy boundary [frame 21]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated man rubs fight package on tree to be felled at enemy boundary [frame 19]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/17. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 18 1963 June 24

Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men file past newly-planted cordyline on enemy boundary [frame 18]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tuguma men and allies perform rituals to establish boundary with enemy territory [frame 2]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men carrying cordyline, sugarcane, stakes and weapons, at enemy boundary [frame 19]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men carry cordyline, stakes and weapons to establish enemy boundary [frame 20]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men perform ritual to establish enemy boundary [frame 13]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men establish enemy boundary with cordyline and stakes [frame 14]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men plant cordyline and stakes, establishing enemy boundary [frame 15]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men plant cordyline and stakes, establishing enemy boundary [frame 16]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men plant cordyline and stakes, establishing enemy boundary [frame 17]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men plant stakes and cordyline at enemy boundary [frame 9]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men with stakes and bamboo stand next to cordyline planted beside a trail [frame 10]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men mark tree for felling at enemy boundary [frame 7]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man marks tree for ritual felling at enemy boundary [frame 8]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men watch as fight package is rubbed on tree to be felled at enemy boundary [frame 5]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men fell trees in ritual to mark enemy boundary [frame 6]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tuguma man rubs fight packet on tree which to be felled at enemy boundary [frame 3]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tuguma and allies watch fight package rubbed on tree to be felled at enemy boundary [frame 4]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men charge with stakes along trail [frame 11]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: ritual aggression by armed and decorated men, establishing enemy boundary [frame 12]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/18. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 19 1963 June 24

Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: painted stakes driven into ground at enemy boundary [frame 21]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: painted stake is driven into ground near cordyline plants at enemy boundary [frame 22]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: women in conversation next to a house, small children nearby [frame 23]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men expel enemy spirits from dance ground with bespelled stakes and leaves [frame 16]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men dance, sing and play kundu drums [frame 17]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men dance, sing and play kundu drums [frame 18]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: three stakes planted in path next to boundary fence [frame 19]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: women cook food for visitors [frame 25]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: women build earth oven to cook food for visitors [frame 24]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: woman tends cooking fire for visitors' food [frame 27]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men sacrifice pig in ancestral shrine [frame 26]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: man adjusts headdress worn by unmarried woman [frame 20]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: Tsembaga men men cross boundary fences on way to dance ground [frame 11]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men on path to help allies establish enemy boundary [frame 10]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men pierce dance ground to expel enemy spirits [frame 15]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: men expel enemy spirits from dance ground with bespelled stakes, leaves, and singing [frame 14]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated man pierces dance ground with painted stake to expel enemy spirits [frame 13]
Pig festival, stake-planting, Tuguma: decorated men sweep dance ground with cordyline to expel enemy spirits [frame 12]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/19. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 20 1963

Gardening: woman with sugarcane and taro plants [frame 11]
Gardening: small pig with tethered leg in owner's garden [frame 13]
Gardening: woman with sugarcane and taro plants [frame 10]
Gardening: a Maring garden [frame 6]
Gardening: man by garden fence among cassava, sugarcane and banana plants [frame 12]
Gardening: woman with sugarcane and taro plants [frame 9]
Gardening: woman tends pitpit or sugarcane plants next to fence [frame 5]
Gardening: woman among sugarcane and sweet potato plants [frame 18]
Gardening: man and woman with sweet potato plants [frame 19]
Gardening: garden produce being weighed on scale for Rappaport's research [frame 20]
Gardening: ascending a steep garden slope [frame 21]
Gardening: woman with taro, banana and sugarcane plants [frame 14]
Gardening: young child and adults in garden [frame 15]
Gardening: woman with banana, taro and sugarcane plants [frame 16]
Gardening: woman among sugarcane plants [frame 17]
Gardening: man uses a digging stick [frame 3]
Gardening: woman maintains garden fence [frame 4]
Gardening: woman with netbag, digging stick, and shell valuable [frame 1]
Gardening: woman in garden with sugarcane, banana, and other crops [frame 2]
Gardening: men cut pitpit or sugarcane [frame 7]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/20. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 21 1962 September 18

Hunting: Kalam men with marsupial, Korumbon area [frame 9]
Schrader Range: Kalam man with netbag sits by trail [frame 18]
Aiome: white women on path beside field, mountains of Schrader Range on right [frame 19]
Aiome: field, landing strip and government and mission buildings [frame 20]
Aiome: white women path beside field and kunai grass, Schrader Range on right [frame 22]
Aiome: government or mission building, water tank, Schrader Range in background [frame 23]
Aiome: unidentified white man, may be a patrol officer [frame 25]
Schrader Range: Kalam woman with netbag [frame 17]
Schrader Range: carriers and Ann Rappaport on Korumbon-Ambaiat trail [frame 11]
Schrader Range: carriers on trail from Korumbon to Ambaiat [frame 10]
Schrader Range: kunai grassland [frame 21]
Schrader Range: carriers and Ann Rappaport cross Anjimamp River on Korumbon-Ambaiat trail [frame 12]
Hunting: Kalam man holds small marsupial, Korumbon area [frame 8]
Hunting: Kalam man holds marsupial that his dog has found [frame 7]
Hunting: Kalam men search for marsupials, Korombun area [frame 6]
Schrader Range: forest with thick undergrowth [frame 5]
Schrader Range: Fainjur-Korumbon trail, Ann Rappaport [frame 4]
Schrader Range: Fainjur-Korumbon trail, Ann Rappaport [frame 3]
Schrader Range: carriers ascend grass-covered ridge [frame 2]
Schrader Range: Fainjur in distance, with forest and clearings [frame 1]
Schrader Range: man carries cargo across Anjimamp River between Korumbon and Ambaiat [frame 15]
Schrader Range: men carry cargo across Anjimamp River between Korumbon and Ambaiat [frame 16]
Schrader Range: carriers and Ann Rappaport cross Anjimamp River, Korumbon-Ambaiat trail [frame 13]
Schrader Range: Ann Rappaport crosses Anjimamp River, Korumbon-Ambaiat trail [frame 14]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/21. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 22 1962 October

Roy Rappaport (5 feet, 10 inches tall) with much shorter Maring men and boys [frame 22]
Pete Vayda with men and boys [frame 21]
Simbai: government patrol post and Anglican mission buildings [frame 24]
Gardening: slash-and-burn preparation of gardens, fence to exclude pigs visible [frame 23]
Pete Vayda brushes his teeth, watched by men and children [frame 18]
Pete Vayda brushes his teeth, watched by men and children [frame 17]
Pete Vayda with men and boys [frame 20]
Pig festival, stake planting, Tuguma: boundary gate, marked with shields, stakes, bamboo arch and cordyline [frame 19]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: man with feather headdress and nose ornaments, kina shell valuables, kundu drum [frame 31]
Simbai River Valley and Bismarck Range [frame 27]
Jimi River and Kundagai bridge [frame 30]
Jimi River and Kundagai bridge [frame 29]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: men in fur headdress and crimped leaf bustles, one holds packet of exchange valubles [frame 32]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: men with feather headdresses, face paint and kina shell pendants [frame 33]
Simbai: government patrol post and Anglican mission buildings [frame 26]
Simbai: government patrol post and Anglican mission buildings [frame 25]
Simbai region: mountains [frame 28]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: man with facial scarification, face paint, feather headdress and nose ornament [frame 36]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: man with feather headdress, face paint and kina shell valuables [frame 35]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: man with feather headdress and nose ornament, face paint [frame 34]
Men, one with scarred back, carry cargo [frame 11]
Gunts: smiling men eat corn [frame 8]
Gunts: child with necklace [frame 9]
Gunts: young man with feathers in his hair [frame 10]
Gunts: smiling luluai (government appointed leader) with nose ornament, marsupial fur and shell-ring headdress [frame 5]
Gunts: luluai (government-appointed leader) with nose ornament, marsupial fur headdress [frame 3]
Gunts: shy smile of woman wearing shell valuable and netted head covering [frame 7]
Gunts: smiling older woman with strings of shell valuables [frame 6]
Gunts: men and boys [frame 1]
Smiling man on a river bank holds mirror [frame 16]
Gunts: women with shell valuables and netbags [frame 2]
Gunts: women with shell valuables and netbags [frame 1a]
Roy Rappaport crossing river [frame 13]
Men wearing bark belts, including Kapul of Gari, carry cargo [frame 12]
Man on river bank examines himself in mirror [frame 15]
Man on river bank examines himself in mirror [frame 14]

General note

Originals located in AN2/M516/22. All images on this roll have been digitized.
 

Roll 23 1963 October 16

Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: man with shell valuables and white marsupial fur cap [frame 7]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: group of men with feather headdresses play kundu drums [frame 6]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: decorated boy with feather headdress and kundu drum [frame 9]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: women and children sit near ritual gate [frame 8]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: preliminary ritual at men's house [frame 29]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: small child [frame 25]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: procession of decorated men with feather headdresses and kundu drums [frame 14]
Kwiop: Nancy Cook carries lantern into clearing by the Cooks' house [frame 28]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: portrait of decorated man with feather headdress [frame 16]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: procession of decorated men with feather headdresses, they play kundu drums and sing [frame 13]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: boys participate in the dancing [frame 18]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: decorated men with feather headdresses and kundu drums [frame 15]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: woman with marsupial furs and shell valuables weaves a netbag [frame 20]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: decorated men with feather headdresses dance with kundu drums [frame 17]
Pig festival, singsing, Kwiop: decorated men with feather headdresses dance [frame 19]