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The UP Baguio Cordillera/Northern Luzon Archives received the Howard Fry collection in August 2008. Prior to this date, on June 20, 2008, UP President Emerlinda Roman and UP Baguio Chancellor Priscilla Macansantos accepted the Fry collection in a symbolic turnover at UP Diliman, with the participation of Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Edgardo V. Espiritu and members of the UP Baguio Executive Staff. A formal launch of the collection was held on September 2, 2008 in UP Baguio.
Fry’s papers include his dissertation, published works and notes. The papers are contained in eight (8) boxes.
Dr. Howard T. Fry was educated at Pembroke College, Cambridge University, where he won an organ scholarship in 1938. His studies were interrupted by the Second World War, in which he served first in the Army, and then as a pilot in the Royal Air Force. Completing his studies at Cambridge after the war, he spent several years as a school-master, and for a while, returned to the Royal Air Force as a flying instructor.
In 1963, he returned to Cambridge University to study for a Ph.D. Dr. Fry developed interest in the Philippines when he was pursuing research on the English East India Company with Alexander Dalrymple at the helm. This would later become the subject of his dissertation.
In 1968, Dr. Fry joined the History Department of James Cook University of North Queensland, Australia, where his interest in Southeast Asia and the Philippines was further strengthened. At James Cook University he was asked to organize a program of Southeast Asian historical studies. He there upon made the study of Philippine history one of his own fields of specialization, and James Cook University became the only university in Australia to make the study of Philippine history a top priority in its Southeast Asian program.
In the seventies he spent time at the Notre Dame de Jolo. During his visits to the Philippines, he traveled to the Cordillera where he met his wife Georgiana Caoili Alipio. Dr. Fry acknowledges Giana for introducing him “to part of the Cordillera Central.”
Fry, Howard. A History of the Mountain Province. Rev. ed. Quezon City : New Day, c2006.
Florendo, Maria Nela B. “Howard Fry Collection Finds a Home in UP Baguio.” Ti Similla. August 2008. pp. 1-2.
The Harold Conklin Papers
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The Harold Conklin collection of the UP Baguio Cordillera/Northern Luzon Archives consists of his journals and newsletter collections. Conklin donated his journal collection to the UP Baguio Library in 2005. Majority of these are anthropology journals. A formal launch of the collection was held in June 2006, which coincided with the UP Baguio foundation week celebration.
The journal collection measures 117 linear feet and is shelved in a corner of the Main Library’s Serials Section.
Harold is a well-known professor at Yale University who is best known for his studies of shifting cultivation. He grew up in Manhattan and was first educated in public schools near Long Island.
He is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on ethnoscience, the manner in which inhabitants of a particular area perceive and treat their surroundings. He has conducted extensive ethnoecological and linguistic field research in Southeast Asia, especially in the Philippines, and is noted for his pioneering work on indigenous systems of tropical forest and terraced agriculture.
Professor Conklin received his Ph.D. from Yale in 1955 and joined the faculty in 1962. He served as chair of the Department of Anthropology and director of the Division of Anthropology at the Peabody Museum of Natural History, where he continues as Curator Emeritus. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, Professor Conklin has authored scores of articles, monographs and books, including the acclaimed Hanunoo Agriculture and Ethnographic Atlas of Ifugao.
a. YUSEAS Bibliography Series
b. YUSEAS Cultural Report Series
c. YUSEAS Monograph Series
d. YUSEAS Reprint Series
e. YUSEAS Translation Series
The Armando J. Malay Papers
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Prof. Armando Malay donated his collection of notes, photographs, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, student papers and books on ethnohistory, folklore, and indigenous Philippine culture to the U.P. Baguio Library in September 1994. The books are located at the Filipiniana Section of the Main Library while the notes, photographs, manuscripts, clippings and student papers are with the Archives Section.
The Malay collection is contained in two (2) boxes.
Prof. Armando J. Malay, a giant in Philippine journalism and Philippine activism, was born on March 31, 1914 in Tondo, Manila. A former mentor of media practitioners, his life as a journalist began during Manuel L. Quezon’s presidency and continued until Corazon Aquino’s years. He was married to Paula Carolina Malay. Malay was educated in the University of the Philippines where he later taught. He also taught at the Far Eastern University.
Among his publications are: “Our Folkways,” (1955); “Our Animal World,” (1959); “Atlas of the Philippines,” (1959); “Memoirs of Ricarte,” (1963); “Occupied Philippines,” (1967); “The High School Paper,” (1968).
The Augustus U. Saboy Papers
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The papers of Mr. Augustus U. Saboy were donated to the UP Baguio Cordillera/Northern Luzon Archives on May 7, 2010 by his son, Scott, a faculty member of UP Baguio’s College of Arts and Communication. Mr. Saboy’s papers consist mostly of documents on the Kalinga bodong and pagta, the indigenous peace and conflict settlement process; and papers on Cordillera autonomy.
The Saboy collection is contained in 5 boxes.
Augustus Saboy, Gus as he is fondly called, was a Tinguian born on May 3, 1928 in Balbalasang, Balbalan, Kalinga. He received his BS Education degree from the Silliman University (1953) and his Bachelor of Arts degree from the Baguio Colleges Foundation (1963) where he also attended 2 years of law school.
Gus Saboy is a journalist by profession having worked in various capacities as news reporter, editor, correspondent, and writer in both print and broadcast media in government as well as private organizations. Among the media outfit he worked for are The Baguio Midland Courier, Philippine News Service, Philippine News Agency, Baguio Daily Vibrations, The Highland Sentinel and Radyo ng Bayan.
He served as executive assistant of the Office of the Governor, provincial secretary, provincial administrator and provincial planning and development coordinator of Kalinga Apayao. He was appointed as Bureau Chief of the Philippine News Agency in 1984 and station manager of the Radyo ng Bayan Kalinga-Apayao in 1986. In 1989 he was designated provincial executive officer of the Cordillera Bodong Administration. He also served as Executive Director of the Cordillera Executive Board.
A known scholar and student of Cordillera history, he has written numerous articles on Cordillera historical and cultural topics. He was an active participant in the peace process of the Cordillera. His integrity, long stint and broad and multifaceted experiences in both the public and private service has earned him the respect and trust of peoples and leaders of the Cordillera.
Gus was married to Antalia Magkachi Saboy, a retired DECS Education Supervisor, with whom he had 4 childre
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