Tozzer Library

Catalogs and Published Guides


Overview

The HOLLIS catalog, with few exceptions, provides bibliographic access to the full range of materials acquired by Tozzer Library from 1867 to the present day; however, the following printed bibliographies still serve to supplement the information in HOLLIS.

Catalogue of the Library of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
Boston: G.K. Hall
This is Tozzer Library's card catalog in book form; it was originally published in 1963 in 54 volumes and was followed by four multi-volume supplements published between 1970 and 1979. Researchers without access to HOLLIS will find this set in many large academic and public libraries, though copies owned by Harvard libraries are now stored in the Depository.

Author and subject catalogues of the Tozzer Library
Boston: G.K. Hall.
2nd enl. ed., 1988; 1122 microfiche
Tozzer call number: Microfiche MUS.120.20.7.6.4
This microfiche set supercedes the book catalog described above, and should be consulted for records of approximately 25,000 pamphlets, many of which are not otherwise cataloged.

Bibliographic Guide to Anthropology and Archaeology
Detroit: Gale Group, 1987-
Tozzer call number: REF Z 881 .C3 B5
Widener call number: WID-LC GN 25 .Z99 B53x
This hardbound book catalog serves as an annual supplement to the works listed above. Each volume contains all monographs and serial titles newly added to Tozzer's collection during the previous year.

Middle American Indians: A Guide to the Manuscript Collection at Tozzer Library, Harvard University by John M. Weeks
New York, London: Garland, 1985.
Tozzer call number: REF F 1435 .Z99 T6 1985
Widener call number: WID-LC F 1219 .Z99 T69x 1985
This is a bibliography of manuscript facsimiles, transcripts, and extracts relating to the Spanish conquest of the lowland Maya Indians of southern Mexico and northern Central America, and the development of early Hispano-Indian society in the colonial provinces of New Spain, Yucatan, and Guatemala held by Tozzer Library.

Maya Ethnohistory: A Guide to Spanish Colonial Documents at Tozzer Library, Harvard University John M. Weeks (Vanderbilt University Publications in Anthropology, no.34, 1987)
Nashville, TN:
Dept. of Anthropology, Vanderbilt University, 1987.
Tozzer call number: REF F 1435 .Z99 W4 1987
Dumbarton Oaks call number: F 1435 .T76 1987
The items in this bibliography, primarily administrative documents, form a subset of those contained in the work immediately above. Tozzer's copies were assembled by the Carnegie Institution of Washington, with the original documents residing in the Archivo General de Indias in Sevilla and other Spanish and Mexican repositories.

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Anthropological Literature

Anthropological Literature is an international, research-level bibliographic index of articles from anthropological journals and edited monographs received by the Tozzer Library. This index was initiated by the first Peabody Museum Librarian, Roland B. Dixon, who served from 1906 to 1934 and represents over a century of publishing in anthropology.

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