Found in 75 Collections and/or Records:
Institute of American Indian Studies research coordinator records, 1949-1970
Administrative files. Includes a general correspondence section, followed by a general files section (articles, research materials, department bulletins and periodicals, travel records, research surveys and articles, course materials, and students listings). Materials produced or gathered by Coordinator of Research, James R. Clark.
Local history term papers
Collection of term papers presenting community histories of the towns in which the students resided.
Mecayotl and Mexicayotl : the role of kinship in Nahua society
This collecion consists of a photocopy of Gardner's master's thesis. This document describes and analyses the role of kinship in the society of the Nahua which is a tribe of Indians in Mexico.
Natural History Museum catalogs
Dee Jay Nelson collection
Correspondence, self-published books on Egyptology dealing with myths, history and mummies of Egypt. Hugh Nibley, Alan R. Hanson, Jerald Tanner.
New facts on the life and history of Giovanni Pietro Antonio Lebolo
Thirteen photocopies of a typewritten manuscript and eighteen photographs of Italian documents all bound in one volume. The typescripts are Jorgensen's account of how he became interested in Lebolo, and of how he accomplished his research on the man. Lebolo was an Egyptologist of the early 19th century.
Thomas F. O'Dea papers
The Thomas O'Dea papers span the full breadth of his professional career. There are a few newspaper clippings and other papers concerning his activities as a young communist leader in 1940 but the substantial portion of the collection begins in the late 1940's with O'Dea's education at Harvard. The papers end in 1972.
Kenneth Mead and Barbara Mackey Ogilvie letters
The collection contains letters mainly from Eve Ball to Barbara and Kenneth Ogilvie, spanning the years 1972 to 1984. Topics are mostly about life and health updates, though some content discusses Eve's publications and research on Native Americans. Collection also includes envelopes, clippings, and four color slide photographs of Eve Ball's home. Includes an April 1984 newsletter from the Lincoln County Historical Society.
Paul Hyer faculty papers, 1941-2008
Contains correspondence, research, microfilm, and more collected by or created by Paul Hyer as a professor of history at Brigham Young University, primarily from the late 1950s to the 1990s.
Paul Hyer family papers, 1980-2002
Contains family and personal correspondence addressed to and from Paul Hyer.