Central America -- Antiquities
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Ancient America speaks / Brigham Young University ; produced by W.O. Whitaker ; directed by Scott Whitaker ; written by Millie Foster Cheesman, 1972
Film was released in 1972, and was produced by Brigham Young University Motion Picture Department. It focuses on archaeological evidence in Central America that supports the Book of Mormon. The collection has one copy on a film reel.
Contains correspondence, diaries, manuscripts of writings, and notes on hieroglyphics and other archaeological studies. Also included are photographs pertaining to Mexico and to Central American Indian civilizations, especially those of the Aztec and Maya Indians. The materials include information on Indian myths and legends.
Contains draft materials for the 1931 publication of Maya Society publication number 1, including a typed manuscript, printer's dummies, early drafts, galley proofs, a printer's proof, and a paste-up.
Contains a typescript of the publication's introduction, a publication announcement, and a manuscript relating to the 1935 publication of Maya Society publication number 16.
Contains various print materials relating to the images (printing plates, photostats, proofs, and oversized drawings) used in Maya Society publications from the years 1930 to 1940.
Contains a manuscript relating to the once-proposed Maya Society publication number 9: "The Indian form of Confessional" to be published between the years 1930 and 1940.