Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten and handwritten correspondence. The materials are to and from various archaeologists at numerous universities and colleges in the United States. Sorenson corresponds about issues relating to the Indians of South and Central America and the archaeolgy of those regions.
Contains first-hand accounts and retrospective articles on the South American Expedition. Includes diaries, correspondence, field notes, and articles. Much of the material focuses on the contributions of Benjamin Cluff Jr. and Chester G. Van Buren. Collection was compiled by Vasco M. Tanner, and includes his own research and writing on the expedition.
Collection includes one photographic album of 29 photographs of the early findings of the Tiahuanacu excavation led by Arthur Posnansky (1873-1946) approximately 1900-1910. The photographs are of the city and temple ruins, some which have various pre-Incan symbols and designs. The most prominant is a depiction of Wirajhocacha.
Contains correspondence, notes, and manuscript drafts about Chester G. Van Buren. Materials date from between 1928 and 1968.