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aa a natter of fact, never paabadt for it (loiokl/ bocaaa clear that many persofos i^oso ma^or activities wore in other fiolda wore carrying on Investigations of anthropological significance, and not a few amateurs were doing research of such quality that it voa desirable for the Vatlonal Besear^ Cotmell to keep In totioti with then. As the pa^os of the Directory have beon typed for luinco^raphing dar- ing siioh tine as Mrs* Britten eoold wpare from other dot lea, the voxk has been long in preparation* Hence the earlier sheets oontaln errors and onissions of which wo are alrerdy awnre.

, Tassnr Ooll*, 1912-13; instiua*-- In sool* ottd Dean, Hack- ott Mcd.

It was therefore docidod to try to include everyone be- lieved to possess scrioua interest in rar.tters anthropological, as well as those who, by publication or othorwlse sore ploying a part in the advanoenent of anthropological knovledgs* That point of policy settled, it romainod to define the limits of anthropology, a task callii^g for the establishment of criteria 80 arbitrary t)iat the then Ghaimian was not, nor apparently have any of his successors been, willing to hazard the under talking. Quthe, l Aio has had exten- sive contacts with anthropologists throughout tho country during hla chairmanship of the Committee on State Archaeological Surveys, lias also been of great assiutancc. Alo§ Hrdll Ska gave patient and invaluable help In beginning the oolloction of forelffi naaes« Others, too nonerous to aiention separately, have helped all along the voy; but to all of them we wish to express our gratitude, as well as to the American Anthropological Association to whom we are Indebted for financial assistance. But it has seomod best to iasuo the list in its present iiapcrfoct fonn, both to avoid ftirther delay and in the hope that its dlstrlhation nay result in the acq.ulremont of data pennitting a ftiture noro acoorato pnd more oeia» compilation, for this roason, it is oamsatly roqueatod * that onthropol Oi^lsts commvuilcate to the Division not.

Bet» Kappa, |laflhi|ie- toa Beta; interostod in anthropology, ethnology; rouearch under way on material culture of the Hodoc and material culture of Indians of Oregon; field trips to Modoc, Klainath I^la Indian Reservation, 1934.

Oonsnlar Service, 1922-a7« Oarator., Southweatrlfiii Sflpii, 1927-28, Secre- tary and Treasurer, 1928 — ; mem.

, Gainbridgft, Uasa, JUb JUTT, Vondell Clatk, American Uuseum of Vatural History, TJth St, and Central Ihrk "est, i Tow York City; b.

Itaaeom of lat, Biat., 1931—; man, Si^na Xi, Am* Anthrop.

It was therefore docidod to try to include everyone be- lieved to possess scrioua interest in rar.tters anthropological, as well as those who, by publication or othorwlse sore ploying a part in the advanoenent of anthropological knovledgs* That point of policy settled, it romainod to define the limits of anthropology, a task callii^g for the establishment of criteria 80 arbitrary t)iat the then Ghaimian was not, nor apparently have any of his successors been, willing to hazard the under talking. Quthe, l Aio has had exten- sive contacts with anthropologists throughout tho country during hla chairmanship of the Committee on State Archaeological Surveys, lias also been of great assiutancc. Alo§ Hrdll Ska gave patient and invaluable help In beginning the oolloction of forelffi naaes« Others, too nonerous to aiention separately, have helped all along the voy; but to all of them we wish to express our gratitude, as well as to the American Anthropological Association to whom we are Indebted for financial assistance. But it has seomod best to iasuo the list in its present iiapcrfoct fonn, both to avoid ftirther delay and in the hope that its dlstrlhation nay result in the acq.ulremont of data pennitting a ftiture noro acoorato pnd more oeia» compilation, for this roason, it is oamsatly roqueatod * that onthropol Oi^lsts commvuilcate to the Division not. Bet» Kappa, |laflhi|ie- toa Beta; interostod in anthropology, ethnology; rouearch under way on material culture of the Hodoc and material culture of Indians of Oregon; field trips to Modoc, Klainath I^la Indian Reservation, 1934. Oonsnlar Service, 1922-a7« Oarator., Southweatrlfiii Sflpii, 1927-28, Secre- tary and Treasurer, 1928 — ; mem. , Gainbridgft, Uasa, JUb JUTT, Vondell Clatk, American Uuseum of Vatural History, TJth St, and Central Ihrk "est, i Tow York City; b. Itaaeom of lat, Biat., 1931—; man, Si^na Xi, Am* Anthrop. Soc, ; intorostod in otnnology, ardrteolofi7, lingolatlo B of lldxioo aad Soutb inerlo&t raaoortfh «iidor ungr on archaeology of Bolivia, Highlands and Lowlands, archaool Ofey of Horth Ooatt of Peru (Chirau), and Ayriara Lingui Btlcs; fiold trips to island of K'^uai, Hawaii, 1928-29, Tarahuaara, Ghiiiuaiiua, kopcico, 1930-31, Tianuanaco, Bolivia, 1938.