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The Beyer collection with reference to the Philippine Ethnographic Series [manuscript] / Evelyn J. Guerrero
Bib ID 264020
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Guerrero, Evelyn J
 
Description 1980 
iv, 342 leaves ; 30 cm. 
Summary

The thesis examines the life and career of Henry Beyer and then examines in detail the 18 sets of material comprising the Philippine Ethnographic Series.

Notes

Typescript (photocopy)

Thesis also available on microfice at: NLA McG 6652.

Thesis (M.A.)--Australian National University, 1980.

Bibliography: leaves 331-342.

Source of Acquisition The Beyer Collection is an extensive library of accumulated anthropological materials on Philippine culture and history as collected by Henry Otley Beyer, an American anthropologist who lived for more than half a century in the Philippines. In 1972 the National Library of Australia acquired a valuable portion of the Beyer Collection. 
Subjects Beyer, H. Otley - (Henry Otley), - 1883-1966 - Library.  |  Beyer, H. Otley - (Henry Otley), - 1883-1966 - Biography.  |  Beyer Collection.  |  Ethnology - Philippines.
Other authors/contributors National Library of Australia

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