Archaeologists -- United States
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
The subseries includes personal papers of Sylvanus and Frances Morley. The papers began in 1927, with their marriage, and include finances, wedding invitations, correspondence, architecture plans, and other personal papers.
Photographs of buildings including the Robison buildng, where Frank Rhoads worked, the home where the Rhoads family lived, 1032 2st St, Rock Island and also a home before the Rock Island home, in St Paul or east St. Louis.
This subseries includes photographs of a child named Dorita, the goddaughter of Sylvanus G. Morley and Frances Rhoads Morley. Dorothy Rhoads was interested in using the prints to publish a book. Dated approximately 1937 to 1940.
Contains many photographs ranging in a wide timeframe (1900-1967). Includes photographs of the young Rhoads daughters, I believe around 1906. Includes many photographs of Dorothy and Frances with friends, I believe around 1910-1915.
Subseries includes photographs of plants, animals, and nature in Mexico. Photo subjects include flowers, trees, rivers, and local animals. Photos of animals include Zara the pet dog, a wild turkey, cats, and
Oversized portraits of the Rhoads family and specific Morley prints. The Morley prints are from the time that Sylvanus G. Morley and Frances Rhoads Morley were living in Mexico and Central America. I believe that Frances took most of the photos but I cannot be certain. The Rhoads oversized prints include photographs of Frances and Dorothy while in elementary school, approximately 1900-1915.