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William Wildschut Manuscript Collection

Identifier: MS-600
Abstract This collection consists of typed manuscripts for The Crow Indians, volumes 1 and 2, and Buffalo Days and Danger Trails - Biography of Two-Leggings, volumes 1 and 2 by William Wildschut, as well as correspondence between Wildschut and Southwest Museum director F. W. Hodge dated between 1941 and 1942.
Dates: 1941-1942

William Henry Jackson

Identifier: MS-944
Dates: undated

Benjamin D. Wilson Papers

Identifier: MS-703
Abstract This collection contains 25 pieces of correspondence, invoices, ledgers, papers, and stock certificates from Benjamin David Wilson. Documents are dated from 1856-1872 and some have notations written on verso from 1936.
Dates: 1856-1872

Winold Reiss and W. Langdon Kihn Portrait Prints Collection

Identifier: MS-1341
Scope and Contents Winold Reiss and W. Langdon Kihn Indians of North America Portrait Prints Collection contains a booklet and loose pages with portrait prints of American Indians, as well as printing plates from W. Langdon Kihn that were used in the Southwest Museum publication, The Masterkey.The loose prints are housed in a "See America First" portfolio and are based on original portraits by Winold Reiss and W. Langdon Kihn of Pikuni and Kainah Tribes of...
Dates: circa 1920s-1940s

William Wolfskill 1830-1855 Ledgers

Identifier: MS-594
Abstract John and William Wolfskill were pioneers to California and New Mexico from Kentucky and Missouri in the 1830s. William Wolfskill is credited with being the first to ship California oranges as a commercial commodity. This collection contains one typed copy and one carbon copy of William Wolfskill's dry goods store ledgers from 1830-1854, as well as biographical newspaper clippings on the Wolfskill family from 1913-1955.
Dates: 1913-1955

Women of the West Institutional Archives

Identifier: MSA-39
Abstract The Women of the West Museum, founded in Boulder, Colorado in 1991, was the first museum in the United States dedicated to the history of women of all cultures in the American West. In 2002, the museum merged with the Autry National Center, creating a physical location for the Women of the West institution. These archives document the Women of the West Museum’s institutional history from 1986-2001, which includes files related to administration, collection development, development and...
Dates: 1986-2001; Majority of material found within 1991 - 2001

Raymund F. Wood Index File and Papers to Military Records of Spanish and Mexican Soldiers in California from 1769-1840

Identifier: MSA-42
Abstract Dr. Raymund F. Wood (1911–1998) was born in England and raised in Los Angeles, California. He served in the United States army during World War II. He earned a Master of Arts degree from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, a PhD in Medieval History from University of California, Los Angeles, and a Master of Arts in Library Science from University of Southern California. In the 1970s and 1980s, Wood conducted research for an "Index File to Military Records of Spanish and Mexican Soldiers"...
Dates: 1973-1998

Words of Indian Origin Note

Identifier: MS-855
Abstract This is a note written to Frederick Webb Hodge from James Mooney, 1896 March 19, on the back of Mooney's notepaper from the Smithsonian Bureau of Ethnology.
Dates: 1896 March 19

Workman Family Collection

Identifier: MS-567
Abstract The Workman Family arrived in Los Angeles in 1841 and were among the first settlers to obtain a land grant from the Mexican government, the 48,790-acre Rancho La Puente. This is a collection of newspaper clippings from 1933-1956 chronicling the Workman Family. Includes a large red scrapbook which is the culmination of a newspaper serialization of the book entitled, "The City That Grew" by Boyle Workman, published in 1935.
Dates: 1933-1956

Works Progress Administration American Guide Project Papers

Identifier: MS-1199
Scope and contents The Works Progress Administration American Guide Project contains correspondence to Verne McKinley, Southwest Museum Librarian, regarding the Works Progress Administration American Guide travel handbook project. American Guide Briefs include Why Lincoln Grew a Beard, White Spirituals, Minnehaha, The City That Never Was (regarding Frog Point, North Dakota), Water, The Iron Man, Cloth of Human Hair, and Stolen -- One Washington Monument.
Dates: 1936

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