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Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

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 The items contained in this collection include correspondence, reports, unpublished manuscripts, diaries, Zuni vocabulary cards, newspaper clippings, and magazine articles.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

Gregory L. Meis Ephemera Collection

Identifier: MSA-43
Scope and Contents The Gregory L. Meis Ephemera Collection includes maps, brochures, and booklets primarily created by companies as promotional ephemera in the 1920s and 1930s. The subjects reflect Gregory's work as an Attorney at Law and his travels in North America. In addition to travel and law reference, the collection also includes ephemera relating to women's health, child rearing, baseball, American history, and product advertisements. Many of the booklets were created and distributed by life insurance...
Dates: 1904-1940

Herman Ehrenberg Collection

Identifier: MS-540

Indian Reservations in California, With Statistics

Identifier: MS-837
Abstract This is a report sent in reply from Sacramento Area Tribal Operations Officer Ten Broeck Williamson to Southwest Museum Librarian Ella Robinson's request for information regarding census information for the Owens Valley in 1962. This collection includes a report titled "Indian Reservations in California. With Statistics," 1962 June, and includes a map entitled United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian Reservations in California, 1961 June 27.
Dates: 1961-1964

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

Mojave Desert Material

Identifier: MS-790
Abstract This file contains the Rotogravure Section of the Los Angeles Sunday Times from Sunday, May 18, 1924, with feature story "Mojave Indian Hunting Grounds: A Novel Southland Motor Trip" conducted by Charles Owens. The file also contains one piece of correspondence from 1977.
Dates: 1924, 1977

Warren King Moorehead Papers

Identifier: MS-716
Abstract This collection contains an annotated map and explanation of map showing distribution of mound cultures written by Warren King Moorehead in 1933. This collection includes another manuscript by Moorehead entitled "The Mound-Builder Problem: A Brief Review."
Dates: 1933

Mormon Difficulties at Tuba City in the Hopi Country, Arizona Scrapbook

Identifier: MS-562
Abstract This collection contains correspondence, legal documents, drawings, and maps from 1894-1902 regarding charges that polygamous Mormons forced Hopi Indians from land and water that they had used for years.
Dates: 1894-1902

Orange County California Anthropological Project: Banning Site Notes

Identifier: MS-785
Abstract This is a typed report on the Orange County California Anthropological Project, Number 7680, January report of the Banning Site, 1937 January, including daily notes for the Banning site 1937 December 21-1938 January 20; a list of artifacts found at the Banning site; sketches and descriptions of outstanding artifacts found at the site; photographs; maps; and newspaper clippings from 1938 publicizing the studies performed in this anthropological project of the Public Works Administration,...
Dates: 1938

William C. and Frank M. Parcher Papers

Identifier: MS-596
Abstract The collection consists of the documents of father and son, William C. and Frank M. Parcher from 1911 to 1931. William’s portion includes documents from his time with the Bishop Chamber of Commerce circa 1918-1921. Frank’s portion includes professional documents from his time at the Southwest Museum and his writing on Native Americans of Eastern California. William C. Parcher was father to Frank M. Parcher. William C. Parcher, born circa 1873 and died 1945, was the secretary of the Bishop...
Dates: 1911-1931