Carling I. Malouf papers, 1891-2006  PDF  XML

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Malouf, Carling I., 1916-2007
Title
Carling I. Malouf papers
Dates
1891-2006 (inclusive)
Quantity
43.75 linear feet
Collection Number
Mss 640
Summary
This collection contains correspondence, notes, photographs, audio material, and visual material related to Anthropology Professor Carling Malouf’s work and activities at the University of Montana in Missoula, as well as his research on Native American tribes of the Northwest and the Plains.
Repository
University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
Fax: 406-243-4067
library.archives@umontana.edu
Access Restrictions

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of Archives and Special Collections, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and The University of Montana--Missoula. Materials from a binder of correspondence are restricted for privacy reasons until 2017. Folder 1 of box 65 is restricted for privacy reasons. Half of the audio is restricted until further review. One film is restricted because it contains information about Native American burial sites.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Carling I. Malouf was born in Fillmore, Utah, in 1916. In 1940, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business and economics from the University of Utah. As an undergraduate, Malouf worked on an archaeological dig in central Utah, which compelled him to obtain a master’s degree in anthropology at the University of Utah. While working on his master’s, Malouf met his wife Arline, and the couple was married in 1941.

Wartime military service during WWII interrupted Malouf’s work on a doctorate in anthropology at Columbia University. During his service, the couple moved to various posts and stations in Utah, California, and Arizona. In 1946, Malouf was able to resume his doctoral studies at Columbia and he graduated 2 years later. Shortly after graduation in 1948, Malouf was offered a faculty position at The University of Montana in Missoula and he, Arline, and their four young children returned to the west.

While at the University of Montana, Carling Malouf played large role in the birth and development of the departments of Anthropology and Native American Studies, and was chair of the department of Anthropology from 1969-1977. Malouf was an avid researcher in the fields of Archaeology, Ethnology, and Native American Studies. His primary research interests included Native American tribes of Montana, the Plains, and the greater Northwest, comparative ethnology, and archaeological sites in Montana, including Fort Owen. Malouf’s involvement in anthropology and archaeology also extended outside of the University system. He was a supporter and a member of the board of directors of the Montana Archaeological Society, an organization devoted to promoting research and public involvement in archaeology in the state of Montana. Malouf contributed many articles to the Society’s publication, Archaeology in Montana, from the years 1959-2000.

Malouf was also involved in the development of the Head Start program. In 1960, he was a member of the Montana Child Welfare Committee, a group that made periodic reports to the White House regarding the state of education and youth in Montana. He became a consultant in Anthropology for Project Head Start for the Office of Economic Opportunity. In 1969, Malouf, along with 150 other education specialists, was invited to the White House to a conference for the development of the Head Start Program. Later, he and his wife toured reservations in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming to provide information and ideas to administrators for the new programs.

Malouf retired from the University of Montana in 1988 and was honored that same year at the Montana Archaeological Society’s Annual Conference. Following his retirement, Malouf continued to do research and publish articles. Carling Malouf died in March of 2007 at the age of 90.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection contains clippings, correspondence, notes, photographs, publications, slides, audio material, and visual material related to Carling Malouf’s work and activities in the University of Montana’s Anthropology Department, as well as Malouf’s research on Native American tribes of the Northwest and the Plains. Materials include papers related to the history of the University of Montana’s Department of Anthropology; the history of Kyi-Yo (spelled Kyiyo since 2015), the University of Montana’s Native American Student Association; and the Native American Studies Department at the University of Montana. The collection also contains materials related to the AIM/Wounded Knee incident and ensuing trial, research on Native American Education, materials related to Montana archaeology digs and sites, and photographs and notes related to the tribes of Montana. Also included are papers, correspondence, and notes related to Carling Malouf’s involvement in the development of the Head Start program, as well as correspondence, notes, newsletters, and publications related to the Montana Archaeological Society.

This collection has been divided into five series: Series I: University Materials (1954-2004), contains notes, departmental budget information, intradepartmental correspondence, clippings, and publications related to Carling Malouf’s role in the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Native American Studies at the University of Montana. Series II: Subject Files (1891-2006), contains materials related to Carling Maoulf’s research and interests in archaeology, anthropology, and the Native American tribes of Montana. The series contains notes, correspondence, clippings, and publications. The series also contains photographs and negatives, most of which were not taken by Malouf, but were collections he considered relevant to his research. Series III: Audio Materials, (ca. 1950-2005 and n.d.), contains reel-to-reel audio and audiocassettes, A portion of this series is recorded talks and lectures of Carling Malouf, and recordings of the songs and stories of Native American tribes of the Northwest. Another portion consists of copies of prerecorded materials related to the Native Americans in the southwest. Series IV: Slides, (1939-1975 and n.d.), consists of slides and a slide index. Some of these images were taken by Carling Malouf and are arranged by tribe name or by the name of a site of archaeological interest. Others are likely commercial slides used in the classroom. In 2012 all slides were removed from carousels and boxes and placed in sleeves. Series V: Moving Image Material, was added in 2012 because of a large addition of 8mm films to the collection. The series also includes DVDs and VHS cassettes.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Non-exclusive copyright transferred to The University of Montana.

Preferred Citation

Carling I. Malouf Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

The collection is divided into five series:

Series I: University Materials, 1954-2004, 4.0 linear feet

Series II: Subject Files, 1891-2006, 30.75 linear feet

Series III: Audio Materials, circa 1950-2005, 1.5 linear feet

Series IV: Slides, 1939-1975, 5.0 linear feet

Series V: Moving Image Material, circa 1950-1970, 2.5 linear feet

Custodial History

The majority of these materials were in the possession of Carling Malouf until his death and then were transferred directly to the Archives in the summer of 2007. A portion of the materials were donated by Malouf to the Archives between 2003 and 2006. Two binders of correspondence were loaned by Malouf to the UM Foundation and were transferred to the Archives following his death. Two binders were held by UM Professor of Anthropology G.G. Weix. One was donated in 2009 and one in 2010. An additional set of 8mm films was donated by Weix in 2012. In 2011, an additional 25 linear feet of materials were donated by Malouf's daugher, Sydney Hulla.

Processing Note

The bulk of this collection arrived at the Archives in 3-ring binders. Each binder was labeled with a title. The materials were transferred to folders to faciltate preservation and use, but the binder titles were retained.

Accessions 2011-083 and 2012-016 were integrated into the collection in 2012. When Malouf's original order was apparent, it was maintained. A portion of accession 2011-083 arrived at the Archives with no discernable original order. These items were organized and integrated into the collection as subject files to reflect Malouf's method of organization.

In 2020, the audio portion of the collection was reviewed and reorganized. Duplicates were removed, and a portion of the audio was restricted because it may contain culturally sensitive information about Native American ceremony, songs and dances.


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  University Materials, 1954-2004Return to Top

4.0 linear feet

Notes, departmental budget information, intradepartmental correspondence, clippings, and publications related to Carling Malouf’s role in the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Native American Studies at the University of Montana.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
66/1
Anthropological Education
1971-1972
1/1
Anthropology Department Budget
1976-1979
66/2-3
Anthropology Department Correspondence
1948-1991
1/2-5
Anthropology Department Correspondence
1957-2004
1/6-8
Anthropology Department Graduate Students
1956-1984
2/1
Anthropology Department History, volume I
circa 1960-circa 1971
2/2-3
Anthropology Department History volume II
circa 1987-1998
2/4-6
Anthropology Department History, volume III
circa 1957-2003
3/1-3
Anthropology Department History, volume IV
circa 1963-1996
66/4
Anthropology Department Social Studies Papers
1981
66/5
Anthropology Department Syllabi
undated
66/6
Ludvig G. Browman Fellowship in Museum Studies
1987-1987
3/4-6
Kyi-Yo and Native American Studies Department, volume I
1954-1969
3/7-8
Kyi-Yo and Native American Studies Department, volume II
1970-2000
4/1
Kyi-Yo and Native American Studies Department, volume II
1970-2000
4/2-4
Kyi-Yo and Native American Studies Department, volume III
circa 1971-1997
4/5
Kyi-Yo Conference, Student Responses
1973
4/6
Malouf Faculty Evaluation
1962-1981
66/7
Malouf Faculty Evaluation
1974-1989
66/8
Montana Committee for the Humanities, Indian Conference Series
1972
66/9
"Family and Kinship: Designed for Instruction of Indian Children in the Third Grade" by Georganne Richter
1969
66/10-11
Native American Studies Program Newsletter
1980-1982
66/12
NDEA Institute in English for Speakers of Other Languages
1967
78/1-4
Student Papers, RESTRICTED
1968-1989
76/13
Title Pages for Some Covers for Anthropology and Sociology Papers
1954 and undated
4/7
The University of Montana History
circa 1954-2002
5/1-2
The University of Montana History
circa 1954-2002
5/3
The University of Montana Research Grant Application
1975
5/4-8
The University of Montana Training Institutes
1957-1975
64/1-4
Various subjects related to Anthropology Department, Biology and people
circa 1954-2002
66/13
White House Conference on Children and Youth, Correspondence
1959

Series II:  Subject Files, 1891-2006Return to Top

30.75 linear feet

Materials related to Carling Malouf’s research and interests in archaeology, anthropology, and the Native American Tribes of Montana. The series contains notes, correspondence, clippings, and publications. The series also contains photographs and negatives, most of which were not taken by Malouf but were collections he considered relevant to his research. The series has been arranged alphabetically by folder title. The content in the folder titled 'Helping Indians' has been restricted for privacy reasons.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
66/14
A View of Montana
undated
6/1
Afro-Americans in Montana
circa 1988-1997
6/2
Akwesasne Notes
1974
6/3-6
Alan P. Merriam, Publications and Letters
circa 1949-1965
6/7-9
Amateur Archaeologists
Correspondence
1954-1981
6/10
American Anthropological Society, Western States Branch
Correspondence and Society Newsletter
1942-1961
7/1
American Indian Development, Incorporated, D’Arcy McNickle
Report on Indian Affairs workshop and correspondence
1966-1967
66/15
American Scholar, Questionnaire
undated
7/2
Ann Kootenay Biographies
undated
66/16
Annual Convention of the National Congress of American Indians, Address by Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Glenn L. Emmons
1955
66/17
Annual Meeting of the Indian Rights Association, Address by Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Glenn L. Emmons
1954
7/3-5
Anthropologists, Biographies and Clippings
1951-1988
7/6-9
Anthropologists, Letters and Papers, volume I
1939-1988
8/1-4
Anthropologists, Letters and Papers, volume II
1949-2003
8/5-7
Anthropologists, Letters and Papers, volume III
1951-1995
8/8
Archaeology Correspondence
1955-1970
8/9
Archaeology Correspondence
1964-1987
8/10-11
Archaeology, Antelope Creek Mine, Converse County, Wyoming
1982
66/18
Archaeology, North America
1958 and undated
9/1-4
Archaeology, Western Montana
1951-1969
67
Article Index, 3x5 Cards
undated
68
Article Index, 3x5 Cards
undated
69/1
Artifacts from Flathead Lake
undated
9/5-6
Assiniboine
Correspondence, academic and student papers, clippings, and photographs of artifacts
1964-2003
10/1-3
Assiniboine, Chippewa, Cree, Crow, Cheyenne, Sioux, Blackfeet
Photographs, publications, clippings, and newsletters
circa 1906-2004
69/2
Athletic Games, North American Indian
undated
69/3
Barrier Canyon, Utah
undated
69/4-5
Bibliographies
1953-1980
69/8
Ellen Bigsam
undated
10/4-6
Bigsams, Photos and Clippings
1923-1999
69/6
Bitterroot Valley, Archaeological Sites
1952
10/7
Blackfoot River Water Recreation Study
1968-1969
10/8-9
Bob Scriver, Artist
Publications, correspondence, and notes
1968-2003
69/7
Book List
1984
11/1
Brigham Young University Anthropology
1954-1988
11/2-4
Buffalo Jump
1966-1978
11/5-8
Bureau of Indian Affairs Information
1955-1968
12/1-2
Burials
Correspondence, clippings, notes, and photographs
1951-1970
69/9
Camas News
circa 1967
69/10
Cantonment Jordan
undated
69/11
Cantonment Stevens
undated
69/12-14
Canyon Ferry
1949-1968
69/16
"Ceremonial Life of Montana Indians and Neighboring Tribes," by Ethel M. Garbe
undated
12/3
Char-Koosta
circa 1918-1972 and n.d
12/4
Cherokee
Clippings
1999
69/15
Chief Plenty Coups
undated
70/1
Chief Walker, Article
undated
70/2
Cognitions on Polarity Thinking
undated
70/3
Considerations in the Counseling of Indians
undated
70/4
Corps of Discovery Statue
undated
12/5
Cree-Chippewa
Photographs
circa 1905
12/6-7
Crow Biographies
1935-1996
12/8-10
Crow, Pentecostalism among
1992-1993
13/1-4
Crow
Published sources, photographs, and notes
1954-2001
70/5
Cultural Resource Management
undated
13/5-8
Dakota or Sioux
Clippings, articles, and student papers
1954-1999
14/1-2
Demersville
Clippings and articles
1889-1969
14/3
Deward Walker
Publications, correspondence, and notes
1967-1993
14/4
Dorothy Johnson
Correspondence and clippings
1952-2005
14/5
Dusenberry
Correspondence and journals
1954-1966
70/6
Federal Trusteeship Over Indian Lands
1960-1967 and undated
14/6-7
Flathead and Pend d’Orielle Activities
Photographs
1891-circa 1950
15/1-4
Flathead and Pend d’Orielle Activities
Photographs, clippings, and notes
circa 1965-1996
15/5-8
Flathead and Pend d’Orielle Biographies Notes, A-H, volume III
Ninepipes and Bigsams
1957-1997
16/1-4
Flathead and Pend d’Orielle Biographies Notes, I-Z, volume III
Ninepipes and Bigsams
1926-1996
16/5-8
Flathead and Pend d’Orielle Notes
1901-1996
17/1-4
Flathead and Pend d’Orielle Notes, volume I
1949-2004
17/5-8
Flathead and Pend d’Orielle Notes, volume II
1912-1997
18/1
Flathead and Pend d’Orielle Notes, volume III
1977-2001
18/2-5
Flathead and Pend d’Orielle Persons, volume I
Ninepipes and Bigsams
circa 1905-1966
18/6-8
Flathead and Pend d’Orielle Persons, volume II
Ninepipes and Bigsams
circa 1905-1990
19/1-3
Flathead Culture Book Manuscript
undated
19/4-5
Flathead Indian Families
Ninepipes and Bigsams
1952-2005
70/7
Flathead, Kutenai, and Upper Pend D'Orielle Genealogies
1952 and undated
19/6-8
Fort Belknap Reservation: Assiniboine and Gros Ventre
Copy of the charter of the Fort Belknap reservation, publications, clippings, and student papers
1937-1987 and n.d.
20/1-4
Fort Owen Book Manuscript
1967-1976
20/5-6
Fort Owen Excavations and Research, volume I
1954-1988
21/1-4
Fort Owen Excavations and Research, volume II
1954-1988
OS 77/1
Fort Owen Site Plat Map
undated
21/5-7
Forts
Clippings and notes
circa 1950-2002
21/8-9
George W. Arthur Thesis: An introduction to the Ecology of Early Historic Communal Bison Hunting Among the Northern Plains Indians
1974
70/8
Gosiute
undated
70/9
Great Basin
undated
22/1
Head Start in Education
Photographs and notes
1965
22/2-5
Head Start Program Involvement
1960-1970
22/6-8
Helena Area, Canyon Ferry
circa 1950-1990
65/1
Helping Indians - RESTRICTED
2002-2003
23/1-3
Historic Archaeology and Preservation
1966-2003
70/10
Historical Archaeology
1958-2004
23/4-6
Historical Archaeology Library
1975
24/1-2
Indian Affairs
1945-1960
24/3-5
Indian Arts and Crafts
undated
70/11
Indian Caves, Clipping
1964
24/6
Indian Court and Native Americans
1969-1984
24/7
Indian Economics
Conference proceedings, publications, and clippings
circa 1958-2000
25/1-4
Indian Education, volume I
1958-1998
25/5
Indian Education
2006
26/1-5
Indian Education, Training Teachers
1958-1975
26/6-7
Indian Health, Medicine, Native to Modern
circa 1952-2000
27/1-3
Indian Newspaper Clippings, volume I
Wassaja Tribal Spokesman, ABC
circa 1965-1971
27/4-6
Indian Newspaper Clippings, various subjects, volume II
Wassaja Tribal Spokesman, ABC
circa 1965-1971
27/7
Indian Record Newsletters
1968-1969
28/1-3
Indian Specialists Employment Services Training
circa 1965-1967
28/4-7
Indian Voices Publications
circa 1962-1982
28/8
Indian/White Relationships
Clippings, articles, and student papers
circa 1959-1996
28/9
Indians of Montana
Notes, student papers, clippings, and articles
1904-1977
29/1
Indians of Montana
Notes, student papers, clippings, and articles
1904-1977
70/12-13
Israel, Archaeology
circa 1970
29/2
John C. Ewers
Correspondence and publications
circa 1981-2002
70/14
Kalispel Indians
1991
70/15
Klamath Indians
1958-1978 and undated
29/3-4
Kootenai
Clippings, geneology trees, and notes
1953-2005
29/5
Kootenai and Salish Notes
1950-1966
29/6-8
Kutenai (Kootenai) Extras
Notes, correspondence, and publications
1959-1969
30/1-3
Kutenai (Kootenai) Notes, volume I
1954-1976
30/4
Kutenai (Kootenai) Notes, volume II
1952-1997
30/5-7
Kutenai (Kootenai) Photos-Persons, volume I
circa 1906-1984
31/1-3
Kutenai (Kootenai) Photos-Persons, volume II
circa 1906-1950
70/16
"Kutenai Pipes," by Thain White
undated
70/17
Kutenai Photographs
1949-circa 1995 and undated
31/4-5
Language Analysis
Articles and student papers
1931-1980
31/6-8
Leslie Davis
Thesis and correspondence
1963-1999
71/1
Madison Buffalo Jump
1956-1963 and undated
71/2
Malouf Family History
1987-1988
31/9
Marcia Cross Thesis: Bighorn Sheep and the Salish World View
1992-1996
71/3
Methodology
1969-1972
32/1
Michio Kitahara
Articles and correspondence
1972-1988
71/4
Miscellaneous Archaeological Site Sketches, Unlabled
undated
71/5
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1996 and undated
71/6
Miscellaneous Photograph Captions
undated
71/7
Miscellaneous Writing Fragments
undated
32/2-3
Missionaries: Effects on Native Americans
circa 1977-1991
71/8
Missouri River Headwaters Archaeology
1960
71/9
Missouri River In North Dakota, Archaeological Site
undated
32/4-5
Montana and Wyoming Archaeology Sites, Yellowstone National Park
1958-1964
71/10-12
Montana and Wyoming, Original Field Notes in Archeaology
1940-1969
32/6-7
Montana Archaeological Society
Meeting minutes, correspondence, meeting programs and agendas
1959-1995
33/1
Montana Archaeology, Buffalo Jumps
1962
33/2
Montana Archaeology, Canyon Ferry, near Helena, Montana
1949-1950
33/3-6
Montana Archaeology, Flathead Indian Reservation
1958-1993
33/7
Montana Archaeology, Flathead Lake
1953-1995
34/1-3
Montana Archaeology, Glacier National Park
1963
34/4-6
Montana Archaeology, Missoula Valley, Lake Missoula
1952-2000
35/1-5
Montana Archaeology, Northwest Montana
1956-1983
35/6-9
Montana Archaeology, Southeast and North Central Montana
1950-1989
36/1-4
Montana Archaeology, Thain White Notes and Photos
circa 1890-1955
36/5-8
Montana Archaeology, volume I
Publications, clippings, student field notes, photographs with captions, correspondence, notes and maps
1941-1995
37/1
Montana Archaeology, volume II
Publications, clippings, student field notes, photographs with captions, correspondence, notes and maps
1941-1963
37/2-3
Montana Archaeology, volume III
Publications, clippings, student field notes, photographs with captions, correspondence, notes and maps
1950-1966
37/4-5
Montana Archaeology, volume IV
Publications, clippings, student field notes, photographs with captions, correspondence, notes and maps
1956-1994
71/13
Montana Historic Sites, St. Mary's Mission
undated
71/14 (1 of 2)
Montana History, Photographs
1952-1967
72/1 (2 of 2)
Montana History, Photographs
1952-1967
72/2
Montana House Bill 343
1973
72/3
Montana Indians, Federal Bills
1954-1956
37/6-9
Montana Landless Indians
Notes on Hill 57, publications, meeting minutes from the Citizen’s Committee on Great Falls Indian Affairs, study prepared for Committee on Great Falls Indian Affairs
1957-1980
38/1-2
Montana Native Americans Clippings
2001 and undated
38/3-6
Montana Native Americans
Clippings and publications
circa 1958-2000
39/1-4
Montana Petroglyphs and Pictographs
circa 1950-1992
72/4
Montana Prehistoric and Historic Archaeological Sites, Helena Area
undated
72/5
Montana, Flathead
undated
72/6
Montana, The Magazine of Western History, Correspondence
1999
53/7-8
William Mulloy, Pictograph Cave and Easter Island Works
1941-2003
72/7
William Mulloy, Photograph
1937
39/5-7
Museum of the Plans Indian, Browning, Montana
1954-1964
40/1-3
Museums, including Fort Missoula
1957-1987
40/4-6
National Congress of American Indians
1955-1962
72/8
National Science Foundation, Application for Aboriginal - White Site in Western Montana
1969
41/1-4
Native American Alcohol Problems
circa 1969-1980
41/5
Native American Colleges
Salish Kootenai College and other college listings
circa 1975-2002
41/6-8
Native American Education, volume I
Clippings, conference reports, newsletters, publications, student papers, University reports
circa 1958-2000
42/1-3
Native American Education, volume II
Clippings, conference reports, newsletters, publications, student papers, University reports
circa 1971-2001
72/9-11 (1-3 of 4)
Native American Legal and Cases, Laws, etc.
1953-1984
73/1 (4 of 4)
Native American Legal and Cases, Laws, etc.
1953-1984
73/2
Native American Personal Histories
1963-1984 and undated
42/4
Native American Personalities A-Z
Clippings, correspondence, publications, study reports, transcripts from interview with Yellowtail, court proceedings transcript
circa 1951-2001
42/5
Native Americans in Sports
2001 and n.d.
42/6
Native Americans: Latin America History and Pre-History
1999
73/3
Native Americans, Unidentified in Columbia River Basin, Postcards and Photographs
1928-1965 and undated
64/5
Native Americans with some Anthropology Connections
1933-2004
73/4
Ninemile Canyon, Utah
undated
73/5
Louis Ninepipes
1954-1974
42/7-10
Northern Montana College Indian Conferences
circa 1969-1975
73/6-7
Northwest Anthropological Conference
1951-1969
73/8
Notebook
undated
43/1
Office of Economic Opportunity
1965-1969
43/2-5
Omer Stewart
Publications and correspondence
1932-1984
73/9
Paleontologic Trends in Evolution
undated
73/10
Personal Correspondence
1989
43/6-8
Photos: Montana Archaeological Specimens
circa 1930-circa 1955
44/1
Photos: Montana Archaeological Specimens
circa 1950-circa 1955
44/2-5
Photos: Montana Archaeological Specimens also Sites
1950-1966
44/6-7
Photos: Thain White Collection
Blackfeet, Salish, Kutenai (Kootenai)
1889-1970
45/1
Photos: Thain White Collection
Blackfeet, Salish, Kutenai (Kootenai)
1889-1970
45/2-4
Plains Anthropology
1948-1963
45/5-8
Plains Indians
Clippings, publications, newsletters from historical societies, photographs, notes
1952-1984
OS 77/2
Plat of Area Being Studied as Possible Site of David Thompson's Saleesh House
1961
46/1
Public Gambling on Reservations
n.d.
46/2
Publication on Indians (photocopy)
1890
74/1-6 (1-6 of 14)
Publications
1938-2003
75/1-8 (7-14 of 14)
Publications
1938-2003
46/3-5
Race and Minorities, volume I
Clippings, publications, Akwesasne Notes newspapers
circa 1964-1999
46/6
Race and Minorities, volume II
Clippings, publications, Akwesasne Notes newspapers
circa 1968-2001
47/1-2
Race and Minorities, volume II
Clippings, publications, Akwesasne Notes newspapers
circa 1968-2001
47/3
Race and Minorities, volume III
Clippings, publications, Akwesasne Notes newspapers
1939-2001
47/4
Ralph Linton
Correspondence and publications
1916-1950
47/5-7
Rebecca Timmons Thesis: Historic Archaeology
1959-1976
47/8-9 (1-2 of 4)
Regis College and other Indian Institutes
Correspondence, student papers, reports, and publications
circa 1968 and n.d.
48/1-2 (3-4 of 4)
Regis College and other Indian Institutes
Correspondence, student papers, reports, and publications
circa 1968 and n.d.
76/1
Restricted Sales
1949-1957
48/3-4
Robert Wood, Doctoral Dissertation
1968
48/5-8
Rocky Boy Reservation
Cree and Chippewa
1954-1993
48/9-10 (1-2 of 4)
Roy Austin
Notes and correspondence
1939-1997
49/1-2 (3-4 of 4)
Roy Austin
Notes and correspondence
1939-1997
76/2
Salish and Pend d'Orielle Ceremonies and Dance
undated
76/2
Salish House
1973
76/3
Salvage Archaeology
1981
76/7
Shamanism
1970 and undated
76/5
Sharing Ideas, Division of Indian Education, State Department of Public Instruction, Phoenix, Arizona
1965
49/3-4
Shumate Papers
circa 1959-1963
49/5
Sister Providentia
circa 1969-1974
76/6
Society for American Archaeology, Correspondence
1959-1997
76/8
Stevensville Historical Society, Correspondence
1970
49/6-8 (1-3 of 4)
Thain White Photographs, Flathead Lake Area
circa 1890
50/1 (4 of 4)
Thain White Photographs, Flathead Lake Area
circa 1890
50/2-3
Thain White Photographs, Flathead Lake Area
circa 1900-1955
76/9-10
"The American Indian," by Duncan Strong
1941-1942
76/11
"The Bison Drive of the Blackfeet Indians," by Claude E. Schaffer
1965
76/12
"The Impact of Modern Highways on American Indian Country," by Robert J. Trier and Vern S. Kubit
1965
50/4
Thunderbird Newsletters
circa 1977-1985
76/14
Trading Post at St. Ignatius, Montana, Correspondence
1985
50/5-6
Trail of Broken Treaties, A.I.M., Wounded Knee, Trials, volume I
circa 1972-1975
51/1-2
Trail of Broken Treaties, A.I.M., Wounded Knee, Trials, volume II
circa 1973-1974
51/3-4
Trail of Broken Treaties, A.I.M., Wounded Knee, Trials, volume III
circa 1971-1993
51/5-6
Trail of Broken Treaties, A.I.M., Wounded Knee, Trials, volume IV
circa 1973-1974
52/1-2
Trail of Broken Treaties, A.I.M., Wounded Knee, Trials, volume V
circa 1972-1974
52/3-5
Tribal Termination
circa 1954-1999
76/15
Tribes of Western Montana, Map
undated
53/4-6
United States Land Commission Cases
circa 1951-1961
52/6-7
Urban Indians
1967 and n.d.
76/16
Utah Archaeology
undated
76/17
Vanderburg Camp
1990
53/1
Western Montana College
circa 1975-1977
53/2-3
Western Montana Indian Clippings
circa 1912-1978
76/18
Thain White, Retyped Letter
1995
76/19
Willow Creek, Little Bear Creek, and Marshall Creek Sites
1995
53/9
Women who are changing Indian Country
circa 2001
76/20
Workshop on American Indian Affairs
1964

Series III:  Audio Materials, circa 1920-1978Return to Top

1.5 linear feet

Contains reel-to-reel audio and audiocassettes. A portion of this series is recorded talks and lectures of Carling Malouf, and recordings of the songs and stories of Native American tribes of the Northwest. Another portion consists of copies of prerecorded materials related to the Native Americans in the southwest.

Most of the audio in this series of Native American music, stories, and interviews are restricted. See archivist for details.

Container(s) Description Dates
box-item
54/1
4th Annual Indian Institute, Dusenberry session
Audio quality very poor.
undated
54/2
Carling Malouf talking about Mulloy, audio cassette
Digitized copy available.
April 16, 1978
54/3
Interview with Zosel Sisters, Grant Kohrs National Ranch, audio cassette
September 6, 1973
54/4
Flathead Indian Songs, recorded by Alan Merriam, audio cassette
Original audio held at the Library of Congress.
undated
54/5
New Guinea, Chimbu, singing across valley, Mt Hagen Church, women singing, audio cassette
Original audio held at Indiana University Archives of Traditional Music.
undated
54/6
Blackfeet, Browning Inc. bar, reel-to-reel audio
Interviews about educational and employment opportunities on Montana reservations.
undated
54/7
Sister Providencia and others speaking on a panel discussion about landless Indians in Great Falls, reel-to-reel audio
undated
54/8
Indian conference on discrimination, Northwest-affiliated tribes, reel-to-reel audio
Audio quality very poor.
undated
54/9
Carling Malouf speaking at a conference in Great Falls on Indian education, reel-to-reel audio
Digitized copy available.
1967
54/10
Bob Howard talking about employment and educational opportunities on the Blackfeet Reservation, reel-to-reel audio
undated
54/11
Headstart, children reciting days of the week, reel-to-reel audio
undated
55/12
Public talk at Institute of Indian Affairs: Robert Yellowtail (Crow); Edward Dosy Whiteman (Crow), Walter McDonald (Flathead), reel-to-reel audio
Digitized copy available.
undated
55/13
Robert Yellowtail, Paradise Dams, reel-to-reel audio
This audio may be a continuation of the audio on reel #16. Digitized copy available.
undated
55/14
Institute 1 and 2 side; Kids side 1; Raymond Gray, Hill 57, reel-to-reel audio
December 11, 1957
55/15
Montana Inter-tribal Policy Board: Side 1, heirship bill and judicare; Side 2, heirship and taxation, reel-to-reel audio
December 2, 1966 - December 3, 1966
55/16
Alcoholism, Side II: comments after tribal council dinner (includes all of Bill Carmichael's speech), reel-to-reel audio
January 12, 1968
55/17
Montana Committee on Human Relations meeting: Tascher, Hansen, DeMers, Melis, Gunderson, and Galloway, reel-to-reel audio
undated
55/18
Grant Creek rock piles, Cory Clark, reel-to-reel audio
Audio quality very poor.
undated
55/19
1st session, Northwest tribes, January 11: Robert Pantzer, Carling Malouf, Pope, and Hall, reel-to-reel audio
circa 1960s
55/20
2nd day, Leonard Kenilsworth and Father Kohlman, reel-to-reel audio
Audio quality very poor.
undated
55/21
Good Friday church service in St. Ignatius about religious beliefs among Flathead, Salish, Kootenai, and Blackfeet, reel-to-reel audio
undated
55/22
Schultz, Blackfeet songs, reel-to-reel audio
Original audio held at Indiana University Folklore Institute, accession #64102640.
circa 1920s
55/23
Schultz, Blackfeet songs, reel-to-reel audio
Original audio held at Indiana University Folklore Institute, accession #64102640.
circa 1920s
55/24
Chimbu, New Guinea, John Ross #1, reel-to-reel audio
Original audio held at Indiana University Archives of Traditional Music.
1963
55/25
Chimbu, New Guinea, John Ross #2, reel-to-reel audio
Original audio held at Indiana University Archives of Traditional Music.
1963
56/26
Southwest Indians, Fred Harvey record, RESTRICTED, audio cassette
circa 1930s
56/27
Aztec, Arlee, Montana, RESTRICTED, audio cassette
undated
56/28
Carling Malouf interview with John Woodenlegs, RESTRICTED, audio cassette
undated
56/29
John Woodenlegs and Carling Malouf, RESTRICTED, audio cassette
Likely a continuation of audio #29.
undated
56/30
Dr. Joe A. Campbell and Johnny Arlee, RESTRICTED, audio cassette
undated
56/31
Comanche Peyote songs, RESTRICTED, audio cassette
undated
56/32
Flathead Indian chant sung in St. Mary's Mission before 1890, Bitterroot Valley, RESTRICTED, audio cassette
Singers include Ellen Bigsam, Paul Charlot, Joe Bigsam, and Father Cornelius Byrnes.
1951
56/33
Original Peyote songs, Philip Bear Shoe (alias Kenneth Parker), RESTRICTED, audio cassette
undated
56/34
Flathead Interviews: Bert Hansen, Carling Malouf, Eneas Granjo, RESTRICTED, audio cassette
Audio of someone telling Native American stories.
undated
56/35
Montana Archaeology Society, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
Audio of someone telling Native American stories.
undated
56/36
Anthropology, Bob Adams, tape 2, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
undated
56/37
Story by Baptiste Lefthand, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
undated
56/38
Rocky Boy, music, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
undated
56/39
Interview about Salish language and culture, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
Audio quality very poor.
undated
56/40
Kootenai Monument Dedication, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
November 4, 1972
56/41
John Adams, Bob Adams, J. Oneil, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
undated
57/42
Father Cornelius Byrnes and Henry Matt, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
Audio quality very poor.
undated
57/43
Thain White and Carling Malouf interview Lasso Stasso, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
undated
57/44
Indian Dances: mostly Blackfoot (some Merriam), Flatheads, students work, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
Spring 1955
57/45
Charles Hall: 14 songs and stories, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
July 31, 1969 - August 1, 1969
57/46
Blue Jay Dance, Felix Bruce, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
undated
57/47
Pend d'Oreille tales and music, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
March 1960
57/48
Charles Hall, 8 songs, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
August 2, 1969
57/49
Flathead Songs, Lasso Stasso, Baptist Mathias, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
undated
57/50
Kenneth Parker, Comanche, grandson of Quanah Parker, Peyote songs, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
undated
57/51
Blackfeet songs, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
undated
57/52
Charles Hall, Sr., 15 Songs, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
July 31, 1969
57/53
Charles Hall, 14 songs, Nakoda Assiniboine, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
August 1, 1969
57/54
Bigsam (possibly Mose Bigsam) describes the Blue Jay dance ceremony, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
undated
57/55
Someone telling Native American stories, RESTRICTED, reel-to-reel audio
This might be a duplicate of other audio in the collection.
undated

Series IV:  Slides, 1939-1975Return to Top

5.0 linear feet

This series contains slides. Boxes 60 and 61 of this collection, including the slide index, are reproductions of slides in other boxes of the collection. These reproductions were created by Anthropology Professor G. G. Weix in 2004 from original slides held by Carling Malouf. Weix donated these slides to the Archives prior to the acquistion of the original Malouf Slides. The reminder of the slides were donated to the Archives by the Malouf family. Some of these images were taken by Carling Malouf, others are commercial images likely used by him in the classroom. In 2012 slides originally received in slide carousels were transferred to clear sleeves to enhance preservation and access.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
60/1
Index for slides, created by G. G. Weix
1939-1975
60/2
Along the Old Spanish Trail
1946 and undated
60/3
Blackfeet
undated
60/4
Blackfoot River
1969
60/5-6
Flathead and Pend d'Orielle
1941-1973 and undated
60/7
Fort Owen
1957-1975 and undated
60/8
Goshute
1939-1970 and undated
61/1
Kutenai (Kootenai)
1952-1972 and undated
61/2
Plains Indians Arts and Crafts
undated
61/3
Plains Tribes
undated
61/4
Saleesh House
1959-1973 and ; undated
78/1
Skeletal / Burial
circa 1970
79/1
Indians, Flathead and Pend D'Orielle, Tray 2
undated
79/2
Fort Missoula
undated
79/3
Saleesh House
undated
79/4
Prehistory, Columbia River Western Montana
undated
79/5
Missouri River, Headwaters
undated
79/6
Indians, Gosiute, Tray 1
undated
79/7
Indians, Flathead and Pend D'Orielle, Tray 1
undated
79/8
Blackfeet
undated
79/9
Indians, Gosiute, Tray 2
undated
79/10
Montana Archaeology, Artifacts
undated
80/1
Blackfoot River, Archaeological Survey, Recreation
undated
80/2
Along the Old Spanish Trail (From New Mexico to California via Utah)
undated
80/3
Mound Builders and Cahokia
undated
80/4
From Nauvoos, Illinois to Utah
undated
80/5
Mesa Verde (slides and 2 audio cassettes)
undated
80/6
Some Plains Tribes, Crow, Sioux, Cheyennes, etc.
undated
80/7
Plains Indians, Crafts and Arts
undated
80/8
Kutenai
undated
80/9
Pictographs, Montanan, Wyoming, Utah, Nebraska, Kansas, South Dakota
undated
80/10
Plains Indians, Arts and Crafts
undated
81/1
The Nez Perce War, 1877
undated
81/2
Historic Sites Excavations, St. Mary's Jesuit Mission, Montana
undated
81/3
Montana Prehistory, Helena Area
undated
81/4
Montana Pictographs
undated
81/5
Prehistory, North Central and Northeast Montana
undated
81/6
Scenes from Missoula
undated
81/7
North Africa, Berbers
undated
81/8
Egypt, Sinai - Negev
undated
81/9
Grand Canyon National Park, Non-Commercial
undated
81/10
Titles, Cartoons, etc.
undated
81/11
Yellowstone, Grand Teton
undated
82/1
Israel, slides and audio cassette
undated
82/2
Greek, Crete, Mycenea, Romans
undated
82/3
Volcano - Mount Lassen, slides and audio cassette
undated
82/4
Custer Battle Field, Smithsonian
undated
82/5
Mesopotamian Archaeology Part I
undated
82/6
Mesopotamian Archaeology Part II
undated
82/7
Archaeology and Religion
undated
83/1
Audio cassettes to accompany Astronomy and Planet Slides
undated
83/2
Galilee Archaeology
undated
83/3
Jerusalen Archaeology
undated
83/4
Lewis and Clark Expedition, include 3s audio cassettes
undated
83/5
America's National Parks and Monuments
undated
83/6
Astronomy and Planets
undated
83/7
New Testament archaeology
undated
83/8
Modern Native Americans
undated
84/1
North American Indians, Florida North to Canada
undated
84/2
North Dakota, Prehistory to History, Tray 1
undated
84/3
North Dakota, Prehistory to History, Tray 2
undated
84/4
Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, including Some Ancient Pueblo Ruins at Nearby Schonesburg
undated
84/5
The Chaco Phenomenon, Pueblo II Chaco Area, including audio cassette
undated
84/6
Native Americans in the Southwest, Navaho, Apache, and Others
undated
84/7
Northwest Coast Indians
undated
84/8
Anasazi, Pueblo IV
undated
84/9
Anasazi, Basket Maker, Developmental Pueblo (Basket Maker III, Pueblo I, Pueblo II)
undated
85/1
Airviews
undated
85/2
Volcano - Mount St. Helens, slides and audio cassette
undated
85/3
Oregon, Washington Scenery
undated
85/4
Ponape, Truk, Bikini Atolls
undated
85/5
Yap
undated
85/6
Utah
undated
85/7
Eskimo
undated
85/8
Western Asia
undated
85/9
Earth Origins
undated
85/10
Europe and Lebanon
undated
85/11
US Cities, Washington DC and New York
undated
85/12
Australia
undated
86/1
Polynesia
undated
86/2
Glacier Park
undated
86/3
Guam
undated
86/4
Guam, Saipan, Marianas
undated
86/5
Pioneer, Fort Laramie, Fort Shaw
undated
86/6
Pictographs, Great Basin, California, Washington, Alaska
undated
86/7
Pipeline, Wyoming, Colorado
undated
86/8
Historic Archaeology (Mines, Ranches, Farms), Helena Area, Canyon Ferry, Fort Benton
undated
86/9
Historic Archaeology, Demersville, Bearmouth, Bannock, Sylvanite Mine
undated
86/10
Buffalo Jumps I
undated
86/11
Colorado and Green River Plateaus
undated
86/12
Mound Builders
undated
87/1
Bannack, Sylvanite Mine, Weeksville, Demersville
undated
87/2
The Chichimeca, U.S. Southwest and Mexico, slides and audio cassette
undated
87/3
Fort Owen
undated
87/4
Historic Sites, Montana, Dakotas, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Badlands
undated
87/5
Lifeways, Northern Plains Indians II
undated
87/6
Pueblo Native Americans in the Southwest, Hopi, Zuni, Acoma, Lagunza, Taos
undated
87/7
Southwest Pueblo, Santa Clara
undated
87/8
Lifeways, American Indians
undated
87/9
This Land is Yours, Mesopotamia
undated
87/10
Maya Art and Decline, Aztec and Adjoining
undated
88/1
A Few Old Local Railroad Slides Plus Copies of Early Railroad
undated
88/2
Micronesia
undated
88/3
Family
undated
88/4
Miscellaneous
undated
88/5
Bitterroot Valley, Bitterroot Mountains
undated
boxbox-folder
88/6
Fillmore, Utah
undated
88/7
Old World, some Montana
undated
Box/Folder
88/8
Plains Indians
undated
88/9
Peyote
undated
88/10
Charlie Russell and Paul Kane
undated
88/11
John Woodenlegs, Cheyenne, Honorary Doctorate, University of Montana
1978
88/12
Family Reunion
1990
88/13
Cahokia
undated
88/14
Peter Lefthand Award
undated
88/15
Upper Missouri, Great Lakes, Wisconsin
undated
88/16
Forest Fires, Western Montana
circa 1980
88/17
Alaska Indian and Eskimo Arts and Crafts
undated
88/18
Bahamas
undated
88/19
Mormons, Nebraska to Utah
undated
88/20
Texas Views
undated
88/21
Montana Historic, Montana Prehistory
undated
89
Skeletal / Burial, RESTRICTED
circa 1970

Series V:  Moving Image Material, circa 1950-1980Return to Top

2.5 linear feet

This series consists of moving image material filmed by or collected by Carling Malouf. Some materials may be commercially produced. Most of the titles assigned are as given by Malouf (when the material was labeled.)

Please contact the Archives in advance if you wish to view these materials as reformatting may be necessary. A fee may be charged for reformatting.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
58
Anthropologists, 8mm film
undated
58
Arline, 8mm film
undated
58
Army scenes, Army prison camp, 8mm film
undated
58
Camas field, Lolo Pass, 8mm film
undated
58
Children playing, 8mm film
undated
58
Cities, Old Spanish Trail, 8mm film
undated
58
Custer Battlefield scenes, 8mm film
undated
58
Flathead Indians, Montana, VHS
undated
58
For Sydney, Benjamin , 8mm film
undated
58
Fort Owen, 8mm film
DVD copy available.
undated
58
Friends, 8mm film
undated
58
Historic archaeology, 8mm film
undated
58
Historic archaeology, Fur trade to Fort Missoula, 8mm film
undated
58
Jamestown, Williamsburg, 8mm film
undated
58
Kids, 8mm film
undated
58
Kids II, 8mm film
undated
58
Mary Ann, T. Dick, and Mary, 8mm film
undated
58
Micronesia: Guam, Saipan, Yap, 8mm film
undated
58
Micronesia, 8mm film
undated
58
Modern Indians, 8mm film
undated
58
Montana, 8mm film
undated
58
Montana, Sentinel, Pattee Canyon fires, 8mm film
undated
58
Montana archaelogy, Fort Owen, 8mm film
DVD copy available.
undated
58
Montana Indians, 8mm film
DVD copy available.
undated
58
Mound building and Seminole modern, 8mm film
undated
58
Native American, University of Montana, Native American Studies, 8mm film
undated
58
Native American dances at parades and powwows, 8mm film
undated
58
Nez Perce war camp equipment, 8mm film
undated
58
The Navajo, 8mm film
DVD copy available.
undated
58
Pipeline, Wyoming, 8mm film
undated
58
The Pueblo Southwest, 8mm film
DVD copy available.
undated
58
Relatives, 8mm film
undated
58
Some historic Montana mines: Bannack, Bear Mouth, Garnet, Argenta, Sylvan, 8mm film
undated
58
Southwest scenery, 8mm film
undated
58
Southwestern archaeology, 8mm film
undated
58
Sydney and Dick, 8mm film
undated
58
Sydney and Dick at Fort Missoula, 8mm film
undated
58
Taylor, Cutler, 8mm film
undated
58
Texas and Tita, 8mm film
undated
58
Tita and Ziya Kino's Party, 8mm film
undated
58
Uncle Forest, 8mm film
undated
58
Western Animals, 8mm film
undated
58
Western Scenes, 8mm film
undated
58
Wyoming archaeology, Nusbaum, 8mm film
undated
58
University of Montana kindergarten, Christmas, 8mm film
undated
59
Machu Picchu, Peru, 16mm film
DVD copy available.
undated
59
Missoula, 8mm film
1976
59
Native American dances, 8mm film
undated
62
Vision Quest, 16mm film
Film produced by Montana State College featuring Max Andrews, Pete Beaverhead, Josephine Beaverhead, Patrick Adams, and Mary Stwee Finley. DVD copy available.
circa 1961
63
Burials, RESTRICTED, 8mm film
Film of Malouf's class on a field trip and their excavation of Native American burial site on Cromwell Island, Flathead Lake, Montana. Film is restricted because it shows the location of the burial site.
1970

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Anthropology--Study and teaching (Higher)--Montana--Missoula
  • Indian college students--Montana--Missoula--Societies, etc.
  • Indians of North America--Montana
  • Indians of North America--Study and teaching.
  • Kalispel Indians
  • Kootenai Indians
  • Salish Indians
  • Siksika Indians

Corporate Names

  • Head Start Program (U.S.)
  • Kyiyo Native American Student Association (University of Montana--Missoula)
  • Kyi-Yo Native American Student Association (University of Montana--Missoula)
  • University of Montana (Missoula, Mont.). Dept. of Anthropology.
  • University of Montana--Missoula--Faculty
  • University of Montana--Missoula--Students--Societies, etc.

Geographical Names

  • Demersville (Mont.)--Photographs
  • Fort Owen (Mont.)

Form or Genre Terms

  • Moving Images
  • Photographs
  • Sound Recordings

Occupations

  • Anthropologists--Montana--Missoula.
  • Anthropology teachers--Montana--Missoula.