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GENERAL NATIVE AMERICAN MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS
Fisher, Te Ata Papers 1913-1983 6.50 feet
Performer. Correspondence (1934-1983) to and from Fisher, along with printed materials (1935-1976) she used as resource material for her performances as a storyteller and interpreter of Indian folklore and culture. The collection also includes a scrapbook (1936) of a Scandinavian tour, along with some correspondence (1922-1953) and printed material (1913-1936), mostly reprints, relating to Clyde Fisher, a naturalist and Te Ata Fisher's husband.
1. Correspondence from St. Mary's School for Indian Girls (Springfield, SD) (1966-1975)
2. Correspondence; newspaper clippings and articles about Indians.
3. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about Te Ata and "God's Drum".
4. Society of Women Geographers bulletins (1972, 1977); "Prehistoric People of Eastern Oklahoma and Their Culture" by I.C. Gunning (1974).
-"Petals from Rose's Garden of Verses" by Rose Monroe Chappelear
-Legends of the Outer Banks and Tar Heel Tidewater by Charles H. Whedbee
-Iran: Crossroads of Caravans by Jane W. Watson
1. Correspondence from Francois Mignon and Carmelite ("Aunt Cammie"), Melrose Plantation, Melrose, Louisiana (1941-1950).
2. Business correspondence of Clyde and Te Ata Fisher (1923-1951)