These captions describe the roll number, location, film type, and contents of slides taken by Peter Kunstadter, primarily in Ban Pa Pae and Laykawkey, Changwat Mae Hong Son, Thailand. Most slides have been scanned: digital copies are stored in the Peter Kunstadter Collection of UW ResearchWorks. The physical location of documents and slides is in Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries. Some of these images were published in the following books and articles: Kunstadter, P. 1965. The Lua' (Lawa) of northern Thailand: aspects of social structure, agriculture, and religion. Princeton, NJ. Princeton University Center of International Studies, Research Monograph 21. Kunstadter, P. 1967. Living with Thailand's gentle Lua. National Geographic Magazine 130(1). Reprinted in National Geographic - das beste aus 100 jahren National Geographic (The best out of 100 years of National Geographic special), G+J/RBA GMBH & Co KG, Germany, pp. 174-187. Kunstadter, P., ed. 1967. Southeast Asian Tribes, Minorities, and Nations. Princeton, NJ. Princeton University Press. Kunstadter, P., R. Harmon and S. Kunstadter. 1978. Lua' of North Thailand: The Material Culture of the Upland Village of Pa Pae. Seattle, WA. The Thomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum. Kunstadter, P. 1972. Spirits of change capture the Karens. National Geographic Magazine 141(2):267-284.