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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:

Article Clippings (Vertical Files) Collection

Identifier: MS-100
Scope and Contents The collection is also referred to as the "Vertical Files Collection" and consists of published articles from newspapers, magazines, and academic journals. It also includes government documents and newsletters. Materials date back from the late 19th Century to present day. The subjects and people the articles pertain to reflect the different areas of study found in the Braun Research Library and Southwest Museum collections. Subjects such as, Indians of North America, Archaeology, Ethnography,...
Dates: circa 1880 - present

Mary Hunter Austin Collection

Identifier: MS-605
Scope and Contents The collection consists of published articles and biographies by Austin; reviews and interviews about Austin or her work; correspondence with Charles Fletcher Lummis and Frederick Webb Hodge; a book prospectus; and advertisements promoting her publications.
Dates: 1868 - 1954

Frank Hamilton Cushing Collection

Identifier: MS-6
Abstract Frank Hamilton Cushing (1857-1900) was an early ethnographer working in the American Southwest during the late 19th Century. The items contained in this collection include correspondence, reports, unpublished manuscripts, diaries, Zuni vocabulary cards, newspaper clippings, and magazine articles. These documents focus on Cushing's stay at Zuni Pueblo from 1879-1884, the Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition 1887-1889, and the Pepper Hearst Archeological Expedition 1896-1897. The bulk...
Dates: 1848-1963; Majority of material found within 1848 - 1923

Herman Ehrenberg Collection

Identifier: MS-540

Indian Board of Co-operation Collection

Identifier: MS-766
Abstract This collection contains correspondence to and from Indian Board of Co-Operation Second Vice President George Wharton James, manuscripts by James, pamphlets produced by the Indian Board of Co-Operation, newspaper clippings, posters, and ephemera dated 1915-1925.
Dates: 1915-1925

International Gay Rodeo Association Institutional Archives

Identifier: MSA-26
Abstract The International Gay Rodeo Association Insitutional Archives consist of administrative records, memorabilia, posters, publications and clothing from 1982-2009. Most of the materials are regarding the planning, production, and reviews of regional chapter rodeos as well as the final rodeo for the International Gay Rodeo Association.
Dates: 1982-2009

Judy Wilkie Collection on R. Hand

Identifier: MS-1215
Scope and contents This collection includes correspondence, ephemera, newspaper clippings, and notes related to R. Hand. Hand wrote poetry and noted himself as a "Humanitarian, Scientist, and Tribal Poet." His poems were printed as visual ephemera pieces and published by the Zados Foundation, "non-profit publishers of Hand's writings." Many of the ephemera pieces also end with the phrase "Presented by Rados, Ask Your Druggist." Zados and Rados seem to be the same organization.
Dates: 1932-1955

James H. McClintock Collection

Identifier: MS-534
Abstract This collection contains materials from 1891-1934, including two sets of transcripts from the 1930 radio program Forward Arizona written by James H. McClintock, writings by McClintock appearing in brochures, magazines, and newspapers, as well as two obituary notices for McClintock.
Dates: 1891-1934

Walter McClintock Collection.

Identifier: MS-533
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

Miehle and Sepulveda Family Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA-31
Abstract The Sepulveda family played a prominent role in Southern California history and development. The most well-known family branch were the recipients of a 35,000 acre land grant that later became Rancho Palos Verdes. This collection spans 1834-1952 and includes clippings, correspondence, diaries, family and legal documents, maps, and photographs from various members and associates of one of the family branches.
Dates: 1834-1952