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28/     Awards made in 1970. Chair Dr G. Ainsworth Harrison

1/     Trustees’ Business

1     Mrs Barbara Bentley to Barbara Ward, 15 Apr. – a need is felt for continuity of Trustees; if Council re-elects present Trustees en bloc asks if she would be willing to act for a further year (tpc.) [similar letter to Dr Eric Sunderland not retained]

2     Interview list of candidates, 20 Oct. –Jillian Claridge, Christine M. Dunster, Dr C. Groves, M. Hobart, T. Ingold, T.F. Johnston, Diana M. Lancaster, G.A. Michell, M.T. Ncube, Marjorie H. Stewart, M.J. Walker, Janet M. Willoughby (tp.)

2/     Requests for Information

1970

1     Mrs Anne M.S. Coles, 11 Apr. 3 pp. (autogr.)

.1     Ibid., nd – environmental factors influencing the upbringing of young children in a mixed community in Dubai. 2 leaves (tpc.)

2     Timothy D. Johnston, 20 Feb. (autogr.)

3/     Unsuccessful Applications

In alphabetical order:

1     Jillian Claridge, [Mar.?] 1970 – application form (tp.)

.1     Ibid., [Mar.?] – supporting statement (tp.)

References from: .2, Miss Alice Eden, 28 Apr. (tp.); .3, Mary Glover, 7 Mar. (tp.)

.4     Mrs Barbara Bentley to JC, 2 Nov. – the Trustees have not made her an award (tpc.); see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119

2     Mackson Totshane Ncube, [June?] – application form (autogr.)

.1     Ibid., [June?] – proposed topic of research. 2 leaves (tp.)

References from: .2, P.T.W. Baxter, 11 Sep. (tp.); .3, Max Gluckman, 14 Sep. (tp.)

.4     Mrs Barbara Bentley to MTN, 3 Nov. – the Trustees did not make him an award (tpc.); see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119

*4     Mrs Christine M. Dunster. N. Thailand

Award of £500 granted see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119

*5     Dr Colin Groves. Ceylon

Award of £200 granted see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119

*6     Mark Hobart. Bali, Indonesia

Award of £400 granted see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119

*7     Timothy Ingold. N.E. Finland

Award of £300 granted see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119; see also 49/1/5; 53/2/6, 27 Mar. 1995 below

*8     Miss Diana M. Lancaster. Bangkok/Thailand

Award of £250 granted see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119

*9     George A. Michell. S. India

Award of £200 granted see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119

*10     Mrs Marjorie H. Stewart. N. Nigeria

Award of £300 granted see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119

*11     Michael John Walker. S.E. Spain

Award of £200 granted see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119; see also 27/2/1 above

*12     Miss Janet M. Willoughby. Jugoslavia, Greece

Award of £650 granted see Horniman Minutes, 20 Oct. 1970, f. 119

29/     Awards made in 1971. Chair Prof. I.M. Lewis

1/     Trustees’ Business

1     Interview list of candidates, 27 Oct. – J. Greenland, Kerry James, Mrs S. Rattenbury, Angela Jameson, Mrs Venice Lamb, Catherine Young, Joan Buckley, Margret Carey, C. Filer, Katherine Homewood, J. Pollock, Pauline Ryan, A. Sherratt (tp., autogr.)

2/     Requests for Information

In alphabetical order:

1971

1     Robert Attenborough, 10 Mar. (autogr.)

.1     Ibid., nd – a proposal to study free-ranging siamangs and white-handed gibbons in the Malay Peninsula. 5 leaves (tp.)

2     Jennifer Dickson, 5 Sep. (autogr.)

3     David D. Gow, 3 Sep. (tp.)

4     D.L. Holm, 27 May (tp.)

5     Miss Rosemary Lumb, 14 Oct. (autogr.)

6     David B. Null, 22 Nov.

7     Denise R. Pain, 24 Mar. (tp.)

8     Rachel Powell, University of Birmingham, West Indian Project, 3 Nov. (tp.)

9     A.J. Williams, 15 May (autogr.)

3/     Unsuccessful Applications

1971

1     Veronica Mary Lorraine Holdsworth, [Dec.?] – application form (tp.)

.1     Ibid., [Dec.?] – covering letter (autogr.)

.2     Don Brothwell to AHC, 14 Dec. – realises that applications should have been in earlier; supports VMLH’s application (autogr.)

1972

.3     Mrs Barbara Bentley to VMLH, 17 Apr. 1972 – the Trustees held a special policy meeting; she took the opportunity to submit her application; it was discussed but no award was made (tpc.)

2     Michael John Haydn Newland to John d’Arcy Waechter, Hon. Secretary, 17 Feb. – gives personal details; describes the research he wishes to carry out; asks if the Horniman Fund could help. 3 leaves (autogr.)

.1     Mrs Barbara Bentley to MJHN, 2 Aug. – encloses information on the Horniman Fund; warns him that his subject is unlikely to attract support (tpc.)

.2     MJHN, [Aug.] – application form (autogr.)

.3     Ibid., [Aug.] – supporting statement (autogr.)

*4     Joan Buckley. Kenya, coastal area

Award of £250 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

*5     Margret Carey. N.E. Zambia

Award of £200 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

Further award of £200 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1972, f. 121

Undertakes Hon. Secretaryship to Trustees see Horniman Minutes, 4 Nov. 1976, f. 126

*6     Colin Filer. Sepik District, New Guinea

Award of £250 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

*7     Jeremy Greenland. Burundi

Award of £125 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

*8     Katherine Homewood. Kenya

Award of £200 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120; see also 51/3/6; 52/2/4,8/5; 53/6/8 below

*9     Kerry James. Devonshire

Award of £125 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

10/     Angela Susan Jameson. The Tirth Purohits of Hardwar

1968

1     ASJ, [July?] 1968 – application form (tp.)

2     A.G. Dickens to AHC, 27 Sep. – reference (tp.)

3     David F. Pocock [to AHC], 5 Sep. – ibid. (tp.)

4     ASJ to Mrs Barbara Bentley, clerk to the officers, 1 Oct. – has just received notice to attend the interview; asks for it to be postponed; has not yet finalised her fieldwork plans (tp.)

5     Mrs Barbara Bentley to ASJ, 3 Oct. – interviews cannot be held later than the arranged date; asks her to confirm her wishes (tpc.)

6     AHC to ASJ, 8 Oct. – the Trustees have not made her an award; they feel she should clarify her proposal (tpc.); see Horniman Minutes, 8 Oct. 1968, f. 117 and 26/1/3 above

Award of £250 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

1973

7     ASJ, [1973] – field report, India 1971-2. 9 leaves, photographs (tpc.)

8     Ibid., nd – the Tirth Purohits of Hardwar. 12 leaves tpc

*11/     Venice Lamb

Award of £25 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

Harry Alastair Lamb. Narrow-strip handloom weaving in W. Africa

1     HAL, [Mar.?] 1971 – application form (autogr.)

2     Ibid., nd – narrow-strip handloom weaving in West Africa. 4 leaves (photocopy)

*12     Jonathan Pollock. Madagascar

Award of £225 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

*13     Simonette Rattenbury. United Kingdom

Award of £125 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

*14     Pauline Ryan. Northern Nigeria

Award of £250 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

*15     Andrew Sherratt. Bulgaria

Award of £125 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

*16     Catherine Young

Award of £200 granted see Horniman Minutes, 27 Oct. 1971, f. 120

30/     Awards made in 1972. Chair Prof. Edmund R. Leach

*1     Mrs Monica Jackson. India

Award of £200 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1972, f. 121

Further award of £1000 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1973, f. 122

*2     Mrs Amina Farrag Minns. Tunisia

Award of £400 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1972, f. 121

*3     Miss Michele A. Schoenberger. N.W. Ethiopia

Award of £500 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1972, f. 121

*4     Mrs M. Scott. Spain

Award of £900 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1972, f. 121

*5     Philip L.B. Stevens. North America

Award of £400 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1972, f. 121

*6     Jeremy Swift. N. Mali

Award of £900 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1972, f. 121

31/     Awards made in 1973. Chair Prof. Edmund R. Leach

No awards made to Mr Felton, Mr Forde-Johnston or Mr Hersham see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1973, f. 122

*1     Mrs Patricia Carter

Award of £679 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1973, f. 122

Further award of £200 granted see Horniman Minutes, 24 Oct. 1974, f. 123

*2     Victor Clarke

Award of £900 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1973, f. 122

*3     Miss Diana Colvin

Award of £1410 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1973, f. 122

*4     Miss Elena Lieven

Award of £250 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1973, f. 122

*5     Miss Jeune Scott-Kemball

Award of £552 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1973, f. 122

*6     Paul Sillitoe

Award of £368 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1973, f. 122

*7     Mrs Hazel Weymes

Award of £500 granted see Horniman Minutes, 26 Oct. 1973, f. 122

32/     Awards made in 1974. Chair Prof. Edmund R. Leach

Sue Jennings was recommended to approach the Evans Fund; applications from Lelia Doolan and Howard Reid were unsuccessful see Horniman Minutes, 24 Oct. 1974, f. 123

*1     Paul Henley. Venezuela

Award of £400 granted see Horniman Minutes, 24 Oct. 1974, f. 123

*2     Helen Macbeth. Scotland

Award of £728 granted see Horniman Minutes, 24 Oct. 1974, f. 123; see also 49/3/7; 50/3/7; 51/3/10-11; 52/8/8; 53/8/7, /9/7,10-11 below

*3     Abd-Rehman Madha. North India

Award of £1000 granted see Horniman Minutes, 24 Oct. 1974, f. 123

*4     Peter Robertshaw. South Africa

Award of £700 granted see Horniman Minutes, 24 Oct. 1974, f. 123

*5     Peter Rosa. Kenya

Award of £800 granted see Horniman Minutes, 24 Oct. 1974, f. 123

33/     Awards made in 1975. Chair Prof. C. von Fürer-Haimendorf

Applications from Brendan Quayle, Graham Clarke and Gillian Thomas were unsuccessful see Horniman Minutes, 6 Nov. 1975, ff. 124-5

*1     Mrs Tandy Clausen. Kinship in New Hebrides

Award of £500 granted see Horniman Minutes, 6 Nov. 1975, f. 124

Further award of £700 granted see Horniman Minutes, 28 Oct. 1977, f. 128

2/     Michael C. Donmall. The Shetlands

1983

1     JB to MCD, 25 Apr. 1983 – if he would like to be considered for a supplementary grant to assist with publication he should apply immediately; he should send his article to the Editor of Man (tpc., photocopy)

Award of £700 granted see Horniman Minutes, 6 Nov. 1975, f. 124

*3     Robert Foley. East Africa

Award of £900 granted see Horniman Minutes, 6 Nov. 1975, f. 125; see also 55/6/7 below

*4     Rosaleen Howard

Award of £300 granted see Horniman Minutes, 6 Nov. 1975, f. 124

*5     David Mearns. Australia

Award of £277 granted see Horniman Minutes, 6 Nov. 1975, f. 125

*6     Michael Stephen

Award of £250 granted see Horniman Minutes, 6 Nov. 1975, f. 125

*7     Philip Townshend

Award of £150 granted see Horniman Minutes, 6 Nov. 1975, f. 125

*8     Susan Wright. Iran

Award of £500 granted see Horniman Minutes, 6 Nov. 1975, f. 125; see also 50/7/6,17,19,21,23 below

34/     Awards made in 1976. Chair Prof. C. von Fürer-Haimendorf

Applications from Jeremy F. Dahl, David G. Saile and Anthony J. Whitten were unsuccessful see Horniman Minutes, 4 Nov. 1976, f. 126

*1     Gregory J. Hurworth. Aboriginal music of the Yami, Lanyu Island, Taiwan

Award of £1000 granted see Horniman Minutes, 4 Nov. 1976, f. 126

*2     Steven J. Phelps. East Fiji.

Award of £500 granted see Horniman Minutes, 4 Nov. 1976, f. 126

*3     Alan E. Smith. New Hebrides.

Award of £475 granted see Horniman Minutes, 4 Nov. 1976, f. 126

*4     Michael R. Smith. Linguistics and literacy in Liberia.

Award of £200 granted see Horniman Minutes, 4 Nov. 1976, f. 126

35/     Awards made in 1977. Chair Prof. Glyn Edmund Daniel [Dr D. Turton acting]

Miss M. Barnes received a Ruggles-Gates award; applicants not short-listed were D.A. Collins, D. Avorgbedor, J.G. Flanagan, J.L. Lee, J. Mercer and C. Rose see Horniman Minutes, 28 Oct. 1977, f. 128

*1     H. Beattie. Saint-cults in Afghanistan

Award of £500 granted see Horniman Minutes, 28 Oct. 1977, f. 128

*2     Roger Blench. African musical instruments.

Award of £500 granted see Horniman Minutes, 28 Oct. 1977, f. 128

Roger Blench was made a Radcliffe-Brown Memorial Fund award of £350 in 1983

*3     Robert Dodd. Pygmies in Cameroon.

Award of £900 granted see Horniman Minutes, 28 Oct. 1977, f. 128

Further grant of £300 awarded for travel expenses, see Horniman Minutes, 23 May 1980, f. 141

*4     Miss P. Logan. Local religion in S. India

Award of £320 granted see Horniman Minutes, 28 Oct. 1977, f. 128

*5     Miss R. Shaw. Temne diviners in Sierra Leone

Award of £300 granted see Horniman Minutes, 28 Oct. 1977, f. 128

6/     Piers Vitebsky. Sociology in Orissa, India

1981

1     PV to Mrs M.A. Carey, 12 May 1981 – Prof. Milton Singer has asked the University of Chicago Press to look at his thesis; asks about the possibility of receiving financial assistance from the Horniman Fund; plans to work in collaboration with B.H. Farmer at the Centre for South Asian Studies in Cambridge (tp., autogr.)

2     Notes for a reply, nd – would like to help in principle; states position of Horniman Trustees on the matter (autogr.)

Award of £660 granted see Horniman Minutes, 28 Oct. 1977, f. 128

Extra award of £372.50 see Horniman Minutes, 23 May 1980, f. 141; see also Horniman Minutes, 21 May 1981, f. 143

36/     Awards made in 1978. Chair Prof. Glyn Edmund Daniel [Dr D. Turton acting]

Prof. E. SUNDERLAND received £100 from the Ruggles-Gates Fund; applications from W.O. Lancaster, A.A. Shelton, B.C. Woolnough and R.A. Burman were unsuccessful see Horniman Minutes, 19 May 1978, ff. 132-3

*1     T[erence] T. Booth. Religious sects in Birmingham.

Award of £1690 granted see Horniman Minutes, 19 May 1978, f. 133

Terence Booth received a Radcliffe-Brown Memorial Fund of £360 in 1980

*2     Mrs A.I. Buckley. Romanian gypsy music.

Award of £2000 granted see Horniman Minutes, 19 May 1978, f. 133

*3     R[ichard] S. Hogg. Social Anthropology in Northern Kenya.

Award of £580 granted see Horniman Minutes, 19 May 1978, f. 133

Richard Hogg was made a Radcliffe-Brown Memorial Fund award of £448 in 1980

*4     Mrs Shobhita Jain. Social Anthropology in Assam.

Award of £100 granted see Horniman Minutes, 19 May 1978, f. 133

Further award of £230 granted see Horniman Minutes, 11 May 1979, ff. 136-7

*5     P.B. Roscoe. Anthropology of religion in Guatemala.

Award of £1000 granted see Horniman Minutes, 19 May 1978, f. 133

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