Archaeologists -- United States
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Abrahamic era newspapers
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings about 19th century archaeological and geological discoveries in Assyria and Babylon.
Album duplicate photographs, approximately 1910-1930
Contains photographs that are mostly duplicates of the photographs in the albums.
Artifacts and objects photographs [no instances yet]
Contemporary buildings, approximately 1925-1949
Photographs of contemporary buildings (haciendas) in Mexico and Central America. Sylvanus, Frances, and Frances' father Frank lived or visited these haciendas. Dated approximately 1925 to 1949.
Dorothy and Frances portraits, approximately 1890-1955
Contains mainly portraits and some photographs of Dorothy and Frances Rhoads. Dated approximately 1890 to 1955.
Dorothy Rhoads correspondence, 1888-1986
Dorothy Rhoads personal papers, 1903-1986
This subseries includes personal papers and items that were used and maintained by Dorothy Rhoads. Papers include financial records, catalogs and magazines, address books and calendars, childhood writings and papers, Rock Island phonebooks, college catalogs and information, and other personal items. The majority of the subseries is financial records, which consist of income tax files, bank records and checks, and other financial papers.
Dorothy Rhoads writings and drafts, 1908-1970
Maya people photographs, approximately 1924-1947
This subseries is composed of photographs of Maya people and their activites during the time Sylvanus and Frances visited Santa Fe, Mexico, and Guatemala. The photographs include people who worked for or with Sylvanus G. Morley in his archeological expeditions, as well as people who intereacted with the expedition in the village. Dated approximately 1924 to 1947.
Morley archaeological site photographs, approximately 1921-1956
The subseries includes photographs of archaeological sites and excavations conducted by Sylvanus Morley. Sites include Chichen Itza, Uxmal and others. Subjects include excavations, architecture and buildings, heiroglyphics, and other archaeological findings. Dated approximately 1921 to 1956.