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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

David Dortort Archives

Identifier: MSA-23
Abstract The David Dortort Archives contains correspondence, scripts, and production files related to the film and television work of writer, producer, and television show creator David Dortort. Dortort began his career in New York City as a novelist before moving to Los Angeles to write scripts for film and television. After working on the television show The Restless Gun he created the programs Bonanza and ...
Dates: 1932-2009; Majority of material found within 1968 - 1980

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

Frances E. Watkins Papers

Identifier: MS-8
Abstract Frances Emma Watkins, born December 27, 1899 and died circa 1987, was an anthropologist specializing in the American Southwest, publishing mostly in the 1930s and 1940s. Watkins was an employee of the Southwest Museum of the American Indian from 1930 to the mid-1950s. This collection, spanning from 1855-1968, includes the manuscripts, personal papers, research notes and publications by Frances E. Watkins, as well as manuscripts, research materials, and publications that she collected. There...
Dates: 1855-1968; Majority of material found within 1886 - 1959

William A. White Scrapbook

Identifier: MS-786
Abstract This is a scrapbook compiled by William A. White of Los Angeles, California, consisting of newspaper clippings and a couple of photographs from 1895-1900 regarding excavations and archaeological studies in Southern California.
Dates: 1895-1900

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