Found in 75 Collections and/or Records:
Research materials including notes on Indian warfare, the history of Clark County, Illinois, sundry newspaper clippings and postcards concerning the Battle of the Little Big Horn and a few pieces of correspondence.
Contains 26 reels of microfilm with positive images and 26 reels of microfilm with negative images of the same materials. The microfilm include copies of a biography, correspondence, certificates, diaries, photographs, and articles. Also included are paper copies of articles, pamphlets, and a map. The materials relate to Blom's research on Mayan archaeology and his expeditions to Mexico.
Includes correspondence, research, and publications relating to the creation and publication of the Culturgrams.
The collection includes a fragment of the printer register with handwritten notations, some by Joseph L. Barfoot, curator, and newspaper clippings about the Great Salt Lake and other miscellaneous subjects concerning Utah. Also is an undated loose page of butterfly illustrations from a German publication by Hubner, Exot, Schmett., Vol. 1, plate 6, sent to G. Reynolds, curator of the Museum of Natural History.
Handwritten and signed letters in Spanish sent to Frances Rhoads Morley. Escalante writes about his work in caring for Morley's property in the Yucatan State of Mexico and about life in the area. Also included are biographies of Morley's husband, Sylvanus Griswold Morley.
Photocopy of typewritten letters. Gordon's letter is written to the American Sociological Review and is critical of an article written by LaMar T. Empey and Jerome Rabow which had been published in that scholarly journal. Empey and Rabow's letter is a response to Gordon's letter. The items deal with the "Provo Experiment" relating to "Delinquency Rehabilitation."