Homer Barnett papers, 1937-1986  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Barnett, H. G. (Homer Garner), 1906-
Title
Homer Barnett papers
Dates
1937-1986 (inclusive)
Quantity
13.75 linear feet, (32 containers)
Collection Number
UA 002
Summary
Homer Barnett (1906-1985) was an anthropologist who studied the indigenous people of the Palau Islands, and a professor at the University of Oregon from 1939 to 1974. The collection includes faculty papers, correspondence, student works, writings, research notes, sound recordings, microfilm, slides, photographs, personal papers, and film that reflect his life and career.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
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Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Homer Garner Barnett was born on April 25, 1906 in Bisbee, Arizona. He began his education at Stanford University where he received his Bachelor of Arts in 1927 for mathematics and philosophy. He then worked as a teaching assistant in anthropology for the University of California while continuing his education. He earned his Ph. D. in anthropology from the University of California in 1938. The following year in 1939 he was hired as an Anthropology instructor at the University of Oregon. In 1943 he became an assistant professor of Anthropology, and was promoted to associate professor in 1946.

Dr. Barnett belonged to many professional entities outside of the University of Oregon. He was an American Anthropological Association representative to the American Association for the Advancement of Science from 1947-63. As an elected representative of the American Anthropological Association, Dr. Barnett started the movement for reorganization of the association to establish it on a more professional basis. This program was modified and carried out by the Association as he recommended. He was also a member of the Pacific Coast Conference on Anthropology and Humanities in 1947.

Dr. Barnett conducted field research studying different Native American cultures in Southwestern Oregon (1934), Northwestern California (1938), British Columbia (1935-36, 1940), and Washington (1942-43). From 1947 to 1948 he conducted field research studying the indigenous people of the Palau Islands. Dr. Barnett had a long and distinguished career as an anthropologist, and was greatly respected by all who knew him. Dr. Barnett became an emeritus professor at the University of Oregon in 1971; he officially retired in 1974. After his retirement Dr. Barnett worked on writings and publications up until the time of his death in 1985.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Homer Barnett papers, which span the years 1937-1985, consist of papers, microfilm, photographs, and drawings relating to his career in anthropology. The collection documents his many years as a professor at the University of Oregon in the Department of Anthropology. The collection also includes records from his involvement in the professional anthropological community. Many documents in the collection pertain to his research throughout islands in the South Pacific. The material from this research includes recorded interviews with the native people of the islands, as well as microfilms and photographs.

The collection is organized into three series, two of which contain multiple subseries. The first series, Faculty papers, comprises five sub-series: Administrative, Course material, Correspondence, Correspondence-Students, and Student works. The next series is Professional papers which contains six sub-series: Correspondence, Writings, Associations and Committees, Research notes, Reference files, and Audiotapes, microfilm, slides, and photographs. The third is small and contains personal papers; the fourth and final series contains a reel-to-reel film of scenes from "Gadsup Village."

Notable areas of the Faculty papers are the departmental faculty minutes, documenting meetings to discuss and shape the curricula for their courses year by year. This series also covers the events within the Anthropology Department Student Faculty Senate, which developed entities such as the Curriculum Revision Committee that became active Winter term 1969. Correspondence with Luther Cressman is an interesting file consisting of documented communication with Barnett while he was conducting research in the South Pacific. Their letters discussed the progress of Barnett’s research, and coordination of Barnett’s return to work at the University of Oregon.

A significant part of his professional life can be found in the Professional Correspondence about New Guinea. As seen in the correspondence, Barnett’s counsel and help provided essential wisdom and funding for the research to be conducted. Under the sub-series Research notes there is Barnett’s journal documenting his travels in the islands of the South Pacific. There are many of his writings in this series, including the “Qualitative Science Manuscript,” in which he makes the argument that science is built not on facts but on observations. Another notable topic within this series is the Fellowship materials documenting the Homer G. Barnett Graduate Teaching Fellowship. A fellowship intended to encourage the continuation of the high standards of teaching and scholarship set by Professor Barnett.

The Personal series is a very small series containing biographical information, and personal correspondence between family and friends.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Homer Barnett Papers, UA 002, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Faculty papersReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Administrative
1953-1977
Box Folder
1 1
Evaluations of Barnett, Homer
1 2
Faculty Minutes
1965-1969
1 3
Faculty Minutes
1965-1969
1 4
Faculty Minutes
1965-1969
1 5
Faculty Minutes
1970-1971
1 6
Faculty Minutes
1970-1971
1 7
Faculty Minutes
1972-1977
1 8
Faculty Minutes
1972-1977
1 9
Faculty Minutes
1972-1977
1 10
Faculty Minutes
1972-1977
1 11
Graduate Council
1953-1956
1 12
International Studies
1 13
Mimeographed Material-Academic
1 14
Mimeographed Material-Academic
1 15
Mimeographed Material-Academic
1 16
Mimeographed Material-Academic
2 1
Anthropology Department, Student-Faculty Senate
1969-1975
2 2
Anthropology Department, Student-Faculty Senate
1969-1975
2 3
Anthropology Department, Student-Faculty Senate
1969-1975
Subseries B: Course Material
1943-1975
Box Folder
2 4
American Indian, Anth. 418
1943-1946
2 5
Anthropological Theory, Anth. 507
1966
2 6
Applied Anthropology, Anth. 454
1956-1969
3 1
Class Handouts & Bibliographies
3 2
Class Handouts & Bibliographies
3 3
Class Handouts & Bibliographies
3 4
Class Handouts & Bibliographies
4 1
Cultural Anthropology, Anth. 207
1946-1960
4 2
Cultural Anthropology, Anth. 207
1946-1960
3 5
Cultural Change, Anth. 507
1962
3 6
Cultural Dynamics Syllabi, Anth. 450
1949-1970
3 7
Cultural Dynamics Exams, Anth. 450
1949-1971
3 8
Cultural Dynamics Exams, Anth. 450
1949-1971
3 9
Cultural Dynamics Lectures, Anth. 450
1949-1971
3 10
Cultural Dynamics Lectures, Anth. 450
1949-1971
3 11
Cultural Dynamics Lectures, Anth. 451
1949-1971
3 12
Culture & Society, Anth. 511
1969
5 1
Exams, Appraisals, General Qualifying
1955-1975
5 2
Exams, Appraisals, General Qualifying
1955-1975
5 3
Field Methods Ethnology, Anth. 507
5 4
Field Methods Ethnology, Anth. 507
5 5
History of Anthropology, Anth.416
5 6
History of Anthropology, Anth.416
5 7
Innovation, Anth. 507
1974
5 8
Orientation Exams
5 9
Peoples of The Pacific
5 10
Primitive Society, Anth.431-433
1949-1950
4 3
Race & Civilization, Anth. 411
1948-1950
5 11
Seminars- General Information
5 12
Value Theory Bibliographies
5 13
Value Systems, Anth. 453
1954-1964
5 14
Culture, Growth, Kroeber Berkley
1932-1933
Subseries C: Correspondence, chronological
1944-1974
Box Folder
6 1
Correspondence
undated
6 2
Correspondence, With Luther Cressman
1944-1950
6 3
Faculty correspondence
1944-1948
6 4
Faculty correspondence
1949-1958
6 5
Correspondence
1959
6 6
Correspondence
1959
6 7
Correspondence
1959
6 8
Correspondence
1960
6 9
Correspondence
1960
6 10
Correspondence
1960
6 11
Correspondence
1961
6 12
Correspondence
1961
6 13
Correspondence
1961
7 1
Correspondence
1962
7 2
Correspondence
1962
7 3
Correspondence
1962
4 4
Correspondence
1963
4 5
Correspondence
1963
7 4
Correspondence
1963
7 5
Correspondence
1964
7 6
Correspondence
1964
7 7
Correspondence
1965
7 8
Correspondence
1965
7 9
Correspondence
1965
4 6
Correspondence
1966
7 10
Correspondence
1966
7 11
Correspondence
1967
4 7
Correspondence
1967
7 12
Correspondence
1968
7 13
Correspondence
1968
8 1
Correspondence
1969
8 1
Correspondence
1969
8 1
Correspondence
1969
8 2
Correspondence
1969
8 3
Correspondence
1970
8 4
Correspondence
1970
8 5
Correspondence
1971
8 6
Correspondence
1972
8 7
Correspondence
1973
8 8
Correspondence
1974
29 1
Recommendations & Evaluations [Confidential]
1955-1960
29 2
Recommendations & Evaluations [Confidential]
1961-1963
29 3
Recommendations & Evaluations [Confidential]
1964-1966
29 4
Recommendations & Evaluations [Confidential]
1967-1969
29 5
Recommendations & Evaluations [Confidential]
1970-1972
29 6
Recommendations & Evaluations [Confidential]
1973-1974
Subseries D: Correspondence-Students
1965-1974
Box Folder
30 1
J.P.B. [Confidential]
8 9
Bellis, James M.
8 10
Bellis, James M.
31 1
I.A.B. [Confidential]
31 2
I.A.B. [Confidential]
8 11
Student Correspondence C-Z
31 3
E.F. [Confidential]
8 12
Student Files-General
8 13
Student Files-General
Subseries E: Student Works
1949-1974
Box Folder
9 1
Student papers
9 2
Student Papers
9 3
Student Papers
9 4
Clifton, James A.
9 5
Currens, Gerald E.
9 6
Davis, Buck
9 7
Eichelman, Wm. H.
30 2
R.E. [Confidential]
9 8
Ewart, Myrna
9 9
Fagan, John L.
9 10
Graebner, Fritz
30 3
M.G. [Confidential]
9 11
Hallberg, Irene H.
31 4
H.A.F.H. [Confidential]
30 4
A.C.H. [Confidential]
30 5
A.C.H. [Confidential]
9 12
Houghton, Ruth>
9 13
Kennedy, Shirley
30 6
G.K. [Confidential]
30 7
N.K. [Confidential]
9 14
Knudson, Kenneth E.
30 8
D.M. [Confidential]
30 9
D.M. [Confidential]
9 15
Morton, Keith L.
9 16
Noland, Robert
9 17
Packer, Lance V.
9 18
Patterson, Janet
9 19
Patterson, Janet>
30 10
M.R. [Confidential]
10 1
Sackett, Lee
10 2
Sanders, John R.
10 3
Severance, Craig
10 4
Spaid, Stanley Sheldon
10 5
Stanton, Max E.
10 6
Stephenson, Becky
10 7
Thompson, Wilson Lee
10 8
Urbanowicz, Charles F.
10 9
Urbanowicz, Charles F.
10 10
Wagner, Nancy O.
30 11
R.M.W. [Confidential]
30 12
H.L.W. [Confidential]
10 11
Wolf, Ronald H.
30 13
J.A.W. [Confidential]
30 14
F.A.Y. [Confidential]

Series II:  Professional papersReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Correspondence
1937-1986
Subject
Box Folder
11 1
Anthropology in Administration
11 2
Anthropology in Administration
12 1
Being a Palauan
1959-1972
12 2
Being a Palauan
1959-1972
11 3
California, U. of Berkeley correspondence
1960-1961
11 4
Career correspondence
1939-1951
11 5
Career correspondence
1939-1951
11 6
Center for Field Research
1985
12 3
“Explorations in Social Change” Publication correspondence
1962-1985
11 7
“Indian Shakers” Publication
1956-1986
11 8
“Indian Shakers” Publication
1956-1986
11 9
“Innovation” Publication
1952-1985
11 10
General Correspondence (career)
1980-1982
11 11
General Correspondence/Photographic
1986
11 12
New Guinea
1960-1962
11 13
New Guinea
1960-1962
12 4
North West Indians
1937-1951
12 5
North West Indians
1937-1951
11 4
Palau Miscellaneous
11 15
Research
1940-1950
11 16
Research
1940-1950
11 17
Research
1940-1950
11 18
Research
1940-1950
11 19
Research
1940-1950
11 20
Reprints
1962-1980
12 6
Request for Permission to Copy
1981
12 7
Request for Permission to Copy
1981
11 21
U.S. Government correspondence
1964-1965
Chronological
1937-1986
Box Folder
13 1
Professional correspondence
1944-1958
13 2
Professional correspondence
1959
13 3
Professional correspondence
1960
13 4
Professional correspondence
1961
13 5
Professional correspondence
1961
13 6
Professional correspondence
1962
13 7
Professional correspondence
1963
13 8
Professional correspondence
1963
13 9
Professional correspondence
1964
13 10
Professional correspondence
1964
13 11
Professional correspondence
1965
13 12
Professional correspondence
1966
13 13
Professional correspondence
1967
13 14
Professional correspondence
1968
14 1
Professional correspondence
1969
14 2
Professional correspondence
1970
14 3
Professional correspondence
1971
14 4
Professional correspondence
1972
14 5
Professional correspondence
1973
14 6
Professional correspondence
1974
14 7
Project Correspondence
Subseries B: Writings
1938-1981
Box Folder
14 8
Administration Problems in New Guinea
1955
14 9
Applied Anthropology – Papers and Publications
1942-1951
14 10
Ainu
undated
14 11
Articles I
1942-1961
14 12
Articles I
1942-1961
14 13
Articles and Papers II- by Homer Barnett and Others
1954-1961
14 14
Articles and Papers II- by Homer Barnett and Others
1954-1961
14 15
Articles and Papers II- by Homer Barnett and Others
1954-1961
14 16
Articles and Papers II- by Homer Barnett and Others
1954-1961
14 17
Articles and Papers II- by Homer Barnett and Others
1954-1961
14 18
Articles and Papers II- by Homer Barnett and Others
1954-1961
14 19
Coordinated Investigation of Micronesian Anthropology “CIMA”
1963
15 1
Culture/ Change/ Innovation Papers and Publication
1954-1963
15 2
Culture/ Change/ Innovation Papers and Publication
1954-1963
15 3
Culture/ Change/ Innovation Papers and Publication
1954-1963
15 4
Cultural Survival in Retrospect
1956
15 5
Indians of British Columbia
1941-1944
15 6
“Qualitative Science Manuscripts”
1981
15 7
“Qualitative Science Manuscripts”
1981
15 8
“Qualitative Science Manuscripts”
1981
15 9
“Qualitative Science Manuscripts”
1981
15 10
“Qualitative Science Manuscripts”
1981
15 11
“Qualitative Science Manuscripts”
1981
15 12
“Qualitative Science Manuscripts”
1981
15 13
Northwest Coast Potlatch
1938
15 14
Pacific Sociological Society
1942
16 1
“Pacific Island” Plates for Book
15 15
Reviews
1940-1942
15 16
Reviews
1940-1942
17 1
"Science & Moral Judgments"
undated
17 2
"Yakima Indians in 1942"
undated
17 3
"Yakima Indians in 1942"
undated
17 4
"Yakima Indians in 1942"
undated
17 5
"Yakima Indians in 1942"
undated
Subseries C: Associations and Committees
1939-1982
Box Folder
18 1
Applied Anthropology, Society of
1942-1968
18 2
Applied Anthropology, Society of
1942-1968
16 2
American Anthropological Association
1946-1953
16 3
American Anthropological Association
1946-1953
18 3
American Association for Advancement of Science correspondence
1949-1963
18 4
American Ethnological Society
1949-1950
18 5
American Philosophical Society
1939-1949
18 6
Fellowships
1978-1984
18 7
History of Technology, Society for correspondence
1958-1962
18 8
National Anthropological Archives
1975
18 9
National Science Foundation Letters, Reports
1959-1968
18 10
National Defense Education Act (NDEA)
1961-1963
18 11
NIH Trainees
18 12
National Science Foundation Grant- Study to Displaced Communities in the Pacific
18 13
National Science Foundation Grant- Study to Displaced Communities in the Pacific
18 14
Northwest Anthropology conferences
1940-1950
16 4
Northwest Anthropology Conferences, programs
1951-1969
18 15
Organizations, General
1938-1950
18 16
Professional Anthropological Society, proposed
1939-1947
18 17
Professional Anthropological Society, proposed
1939-1947
18 18
Professional Anthropological Society, proposed
1939-1947
19 1
Society & History, Comparative Studies
1958-1960
19 2
Trust Territories of The Pacific
1951-1952
19 3
Washington Committee, American Anthropological Association
1946
19 4
Washington Committee, American Anthropological Association
1946
Subseries D: Research Notes
Box Folder
20 1
I- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1969
20 2
I- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1969
21 1
II- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1975
21 2
II- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1975
21 3
II- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1975
21 4
II- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1975
20 3
III- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1957-1976
20 4
III- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1957-1976
20 5
III- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1957-1976
20 6
IV- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1975
20 7
IV- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1975
20 8
IV- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1975
20 9
IV- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1975
20 10
IV- Cultural Change/ Innovation: Hand Written Notes, and Clippings
1942-1975
20 11
Interviews
1960-1961
20 12
Invention
1960-1982
20 13
Invention
1960-1982
20 14
Journal, Travels
1961
20 15
Logic
1962-1979
22 1
Manipulation of People
1979
22 2
Pacific Islands – Trust Territory
1952-1953
22 3
Palauan journal
1947-1948
22 4
Palauan journal
1947-1948
22 5
Photographic/ Film Record
1947-1948
22 6
Photographic Record
1955
Subseries E: Reference Files
Box Folder
23 1
Eskimo, Aleot, Tlingit, etc.- Captions for Photo Display>
23 2
Eskimo, Aleot, Tlingit, etc.- Captions for Photo Display
21 5
Galapagus Islands Misc. and correspondence
23 3
“Native Money of Palau” Ritxenthaler, Robert E.
1954
21 6
Oceania-Articles, Clippings, Reports
21 7
Oceania-Articles, Clippings, Reports
23 4
“Shakers & Indian Shakers” Thompson, Darryl
1987
23 5
Shakers Inventions and Improvements
23 6
South Pacific Art
1987
23 7
“The Indian Shaker Church” and Two Photos >
1940
23 8
“Yakima Reservation in 1957” Wilson, Netta
1957
Subseries F: Audio Tapes, Microfilm, Slides, and photographs
Audio Tapes
Box tape
24 1
News- Pidgin & English Broadcast, 7” Open Reel Magnetic Tape, Speed Unknown
24 2
Side 1: Government Autobiography- Karibanang 35min., “Karakin Ten Tabotu”- Eretabeta 15min. Side 2: Royoroyon Kawai- Eretabeta 8min., Autobiography- To The End, 5” Open Reel Magnetic Tape, 3 ¾ ips, 2 Sides, Monophonic
24 3
Autobiography (Continued)- Tebano, 5” Open Reel Magnetic Tape, 3 ¾ ips, 2 Sides, Monophonic
24 4
Autobiography- Toben, 5” Open Reel Magnetic Tape, 3 ¾ ips, 2 Sides, Monophonic
24 5
Gilbertese Interview, 5” Open Reel Magnetic Tape, 3 ¾ ips, 2 Sides, Monophonic
24 6
Side 1: New Guinea news Broadcast- Pidgin & English, Side 2: Pidgin- Solomon, Kara From Malaita, Pidgin News, 5” Open Reel Magnetic Tape, 3 ¾ ips, 2 Sides, Monophonic
August 1973-September 1973
24 7
Song and Dance- Titiana, Komaliae, 5” Open Reel Magnetic Tape, 3 ¾ ips, 2 Sides, Monophonic
December 1962-June 1963
24 8
Side 1: Song and Dance- Titiana, Kami, Side 2: Song- Nemaia, Teebi, Kaitaia, 5” Open Reel Magnetic Tape, 3 ¾ ips, Side 1, 1 7/8 ips Side 2, Monophonic
August 1963
24 9
Side 1: New Years Day Dancing- Titiana, Side 2: Interviews- Toben, Tabora, Tabee, 5” Open Reel Magnetic Tape, 3 ¾ ips, Side 1, 1 7/8 ips Side 2, Monophonic
January 1963-September 1963
Microfilm
Box Reel
24 1
Ujelang Notes Recorded, pp 1180-1850
24 2
Kili Notes Recorded, pp 1-1250
24 3
Kili Notes Recorded, pp 1251-2419
25 4
Kili Notes Recorded, pp 2420-3091
25 5
Kili Notes Recoreded, pp 3092-3222
25 6
Ujelang Notes Recoreded, pp 1-1179 and pp 1851-2037
25 7
Ujelang Notes Recorded, pp 2038-2088 and Five un-typed Notebooks
25 8
Tikopia- General
25 9
Field Notes I
1962-1963
25 10
Field Notes III
1963
25 11
Unknown
25 12
Maude’s Data On Gilbertese
April 1963
25 13
Maude’s Data On Gilbertese
April 1963
25 14
Keneth E. Knudsen, Titiana Field Notes
1962-1963
25 15
Keneth E. Knudsen, Titiana Field Notes
January 1963-August 1963
25 16
Lieber Notes, Filmed with Lights on
December 1924-January 1925
25 17
Lundsgaarde Field Notes
25 18
Arthur Perlin Field Notes
25 19
Sawana, a Tongon Village In Fiji
25 20
U.T. Short Field Notes
25 21
U.T. Short R2 Field Notes
25 22
U.T. Short R3 Field Notes [?]
25 23
Jero Fishing Fair
Box
26
Photo Albums
Box Folder
26 1
Sawana, Alexander Lessin
26 2
Sawana, Alexander Lessin
26 3
Kioa, Mel White
Slides
Box
27
Slides of the Pacific and perhaps elsewhere

Series III:  Personal papersReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
28 1
Autobiographical
1955
28 2
Biographical Material
28 3
Personal Correspondence
1944-1974
28 4
Personal Employment Record
1945-1975

Series IV:  FilmReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
32
UA002_01: [Scenes from "Gadsup Village"]
1.0 film reel
Field research film shot by UO anthropology professor Homer Barnett in a Gadsup village near Kainatu Papua New Guinea, with Brian M. du Toit; includes type written description of scenes.
1961

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Anthropologists--United States
  • Anthropology
  • Anthropology--Pacific Area
  • Anthropology--Palau
  • Anthropology--Papua New Guinea
  • Anthropology--Societies, etc.
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Indians of North America--Northwest, Pacific
  • Sound Recordings
  • Personal Names :
  • Barnett, H.G. (Homer Garner) 1906-1985--Correspondence
  • Cressman, Luther S., 1897-1994
  • Corporate Names :
  • American Anthropological Association
  • University of Oregon--Faculty.
  • Geographical Names :
  • Pacific Area--Description and travel
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Microfilms
  • Moving Image
  • Photographs