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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Articles on Anthropological Subjects by Various Authors

Identifier: MS-741
Abstract This is a bound volume containing numbered summaries of articles on antropological subjects by various authors. The volume is undated.
Dates: undated

Santiago Cave Excavation Anthropological Project Report

Identifier: MS-1357
Scope and contents The Santiago Cave Excavation Anthropological Project Report includes daily notes, photographs, and sketches of artifacts related to the excavation of the Santiago Canyon Cave in Orange County, California.
Dates: 1937

Joseph Schuller bibliography cards

Identifier: MS-229
Scope and Contents This is a collection of bibliographic information on index cards in English, French, and German. The collection is entirely undated. Cards contain bibliographic information on anthropology and archaeology resources, mostly dealing with "early man" and prehistoric studies. The cards display different sets of handwriting, and several numeric notations with no guide. The cards run alphabetically from A-Z, though they are not always sorted within each letter grouping.
Dates: undated

Rodolfo R. Schuller and Popol Vuh papers

 Collection — Folder MS.792
Identifier: MS-792
Abstract Rudolf Schuller (1873-1932) was an Austrian linguist and philologist whose primary concentration was on Indian languages of Central and South America, and who was working on a translation of the Popol Vuh, the creation story from the Quiché (K'iche') Maya nation of Guatemala. Schuller corresponded heavily with Ruth Gaines (1877-1952), a writer and librarian at the Huntington Free Library in Bronx, New York to assist in working on a translation of the Popol Vuh. This collection consists of one...
Dates: 1931-1932, 1947; Majority of material found within 1931 - 1932