Lindfors, Bernth. Ethnographic Research Archive and Manuscripts. Extensive research archive, manuscripts, correspondence and various manuscripts and typed documents housed in four large and heavy cartons. Includes a carton with well over 100 file folders in alphabetical order, from Abomah, giantess, Aboriginals, Abyssinians to Wild Ashanti, Wild Man, and World’s Fair, and one hundred categories in between. Another carton includes several typed manuscripts of various articles and scholarly papers written by Dr. Lindfors, such as “Clicks and Clucks: Victorian Reaction to SAN Speech;” and “First People?: Images and imaginations in South African Iconography;” Edwin N. Wilmsen’s “Battles for Centuries, Ethnography at Odds with its Object”; Robert J. Gordon’s “The Making of the ‘Bushmen’” and many others. A group of thick research folders on various sideshow attractions, such “Earthmen,” “Clicko”, Millie and Christine, and many others featured by P.T. Barnum is also present. Copies of sideshow and ethnographic playbills and programs abound. There are early photographic copies of the 1847 publication “The Bosjesmans, or Bush People; The Aborigines of Southern Africa.” and “Renseignements sur L’Afrique Central et sur une Nation D’Homes a Queu,” 1851, by Francis de Castelnau. There are many thousands of pages in this irreplaceable archive.