|Title:||Larry Naylor Papers, 1962-1977|
|Predominant Dates:||1971-1973, 1977|
|Arrangement:||This collection is arranged into series by type of material.|
|Date Acquired:||00/00/2004. More info below under Accruals.|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsItems in Dr. Naylor's papers include photos, slides, films, and records, largely focused on his field work with the Dani people in Papua, Indonesia--then known as Irian Barat and later Irian Jaya--and also in Alaska. Material documents the native peoples' culture, including their villages, homes, cemeteries, markets, farming, artwork, and as they go about their daily lives. Records include Naylor's notebooks, documents related to the study like articles and correspondence, data print-outs and reports, and record books. Some documents are written/typed in the native Papuan language.
Collection Historical Note
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|Acquisition Source:||Larry Naylor|
|Preferred Citation:||Larry Naylor Papers, University of North Texas Special Collections|
|Processing Information:||Inclusive dates represent the estimated open and close dates ascertained from documentation within the records, though may not be exact, as some photos, slides, and films are undated. This range best covers Dr. Naylor's fieldwork as indicated, with the approximation that the remaining undated items were captured within this same general time period.|
|Finding Aid Revision History:||May 2018 by Nicole Yatsonsky - updated Abstract, added Scope/Content and Historical Note, arranged and described all boxes|