20. Diary (fragments) regarding trip to New Mexico. 1931-1932.
21. "Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief" by Te Ata. Includes letter from Marian Lockwood, Grolier Society, Inc. re. this article. 1948-1949
22. Freuchen, Peter and Magdalene. Includes news clipping and letter form Magdalene Freuchen to Te Ata. 1938, 1953.
23. Hiamovi, High Chief of the Cheyenne. Transcript from a message from Hiamovi and excerpt from The Gift Is Rich. 1968
24. Lake Te Ata. News clipping, newsletter, and letter re. the lake named after Te Ata. 1991
25. "Lectures" by G. Clyde Fisher. Brochure, publicity. n.d.
26. Lieurance, Thurlow. Telegram and letters from Thurlow Lieurance, an early proponent of the Chautauqua, to Te Ata. 1919, 1922
1. Masks. Masks, University Museum Bulletin, University of Pennsylvania, Nov. 1947. Art of the Northwest Coast-An Exhibition at the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology of the University of California, Berkeley, Mar.-Oct., 1965. Masks by Clark Wissler, 1938. Masking in Eastern North America, University Museum Bulletin, University of Pennsylvanian, July 1950. An Exhibition of Masks Occult and Utilitarian, Cranbrook Institute of Science, Oct. 1940. Indian Masks by Charles Willoughby, 1931.
2. "Message from Te Ata," Indian legendary and interpretive dancing, publicity brochure. n.d.
3. Miscellaneous. Includes poem by Rachel Field, greetings from National Congress of American Indians, "Sour Sofkee" by Chinnubbie, "An Indian Prayer" by Chief Dan George, and Duck Dance and Un-i Nu-Ni taught by Ataloa.
4. News clippings about Te Ata and various Indian subjects, various dates
5. Paricutin Expeditions to Mexico (1943-44), Peru, Rio-Brazil (1959).
6. Performance-Materials (writings by Te Ata on various subjects). Include "Pottery Making in the Southwest" (index cards), "The Great Treaty," "Moon of Falling Leaves," "As Told by Te Ata," "This Earth Is Sacred," "Indian Trails," "Peace Pipe Ceremony-Pawnee," "In the Beginning," "I Went to College," "How the Red Bird Got His Color," "Te Ata and Kuruks Among the Pawnee Indians in Oklahoma," "Prayer of a Great