Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents THE OLD NORTH TRAIL, MACMILLAN CO.: HOW IT WAS POSSIBLE TO MAKE THE BLACKFOOT INDIAN COLLECTION. YALE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY GAZETTE, APRIL 1949. TRADEDY OF THE BLACKFOOT, southwest museum papers, Apr. 1930. Four days in a medicine lodge, harper's, sept. 1900.Box 1 1. Manuscript “A Naturalist’s Adventures Among the Indians: published as “Old Indian Trails” (1923) – typed manuscript2. 2 lectures • “My introduction to the Blackfeet and Adoption by Chief Mad Wolf” • “Sun...
Dates: 1904 - 1949
Abstract Mildred Walter (1896-1993) was a Spanish teacher in Los Angeles public high schools, and an avid fan of traditional Mexican costumes and folk dances. Mildred and her husband, Keamer Walter, danced in performances in Southern California in the 1950s and 1960s. This collection of manuscripts and papers created and collected by Mildred Walter spans from 1933-1986 and includes correspondence, personal papers, business and travel papers, lecture and draft manuscripts, and research files.