Smithsonian Institution Archives
Descriptive Entry This accession consists of records documenting the joint expedition made by the Freer Gallery of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, from February 20, 1923 to August 6, 1927, and also the Freer Gallery of Art sponsored expedition from November 16, 1929 to April 11, 1934. Both expeditions were led by Carl Whiting Bishop, Associate Curator, 1929-1934, and were designed to create a Chinese government-approved cooperation between the Chinese and American scientific and archeological communities. Field assistants and other members of the expeditions included Archibald Gibson Wenley, Kwang-zung Tung, Li Chi, Daisy Furcott Bishop, and Elise Wenley. Materials include incoming and outgoing correspondence and enclosures, reports, a manuscript catalogue draft, regulations for excavation, notes, monthly and annual financial statements, expense reports, receipts, expedition fund ledgers, newspaper clippings, checkbook stubs, bank books, cancelled checks, and related ... Read More
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Records, 1922-1925, of an archeological expedition to the Philippines including correspondence with Dean C. Worcester, Alexander G. Ruthven, and Francis W. Kelsey; also general correspondence files, accounts, notebooks, reports, and miscellanea; and papers relating to his activities at the University particularly the Institute of Archeological Research, the Institute for Human Adjustment, the Centennial Celebration Committee on University Exhibits, the Linguisitic Institute, and the Committee on
Harvard University - Tozzer Library
Extensive photographic holdings representing archaeological and ethnographic cultures from North America to Oceania. Collection contains field photographs and studio views of artifacts brought back from anthropological expeditions. Subjects include peoples, sites, and surroundings documented; methods of exploration used; discoveries made; and anthropologists in the field. In addition to documentation of Museum-sponsored research, the Archives contains photographs by photographers such as John K. Hillers, Bourne and Shepherd, Teobert Maler, and Adam C. Vroman; by anthropologists, including Frederick Wulsin and anthropological film-maker Robert Gardner; and of archaeological work undertaken by institutions such as the Carnegie Institution of Washington. The photographic print file contains approximately 250,000 images, most from ca. 1860-1920. The negative collection includes about 80,000 images, including glass-plate negatives dating back to 1880. Color material includes over 109,000 ... Read More
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
The bulk of the collection is comprised of correspondence, including extensive correspondence among members of the Goell family and Goell's correspondence with friends and colleagues. Financial and medical records, clippings, address and appointment books, and material pertaining to Goell's education and her interior design and archeological activities are also included
American Philosophical Society
Beginning with his college life at Harvard, Morley's diaries continue through his earliest travels in Central America, with information on the study of Mayan hieroglyphs, publications, the study of Central American ruins, and the manners and customs of the jungle Indians. Five volumes are devoted to four separate archaeological expeditions: Copan expedition (1937), Uxmal expedition (1941-1942), Central American expedition (1944), and Guatemala and Honduras expedition (1947). There are no diaries for 1908-1911, 1913, 1926-1930, 1933-1936, 1938-1940, and 1943
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Collection includes: Correspondence, diaries, reports, articles, transparencies, maps and supply lists from three American Quintana Roo Expeditions in Mexico, 1965-1968, Vinson Massif Expedition in Antarctica, 1964-1965, and Rio Mezquital Expedition in Mexico, 1970
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
The collection contains the following offprints: Hiram Bingham, "Along the uncharted pampacinas" (August 1914), "The Discovery of Machu Picchu" (April 1913), "In the wonderland of Peru" (April 1913), "Investigation of the prehistoric human remains found near Cuzco, Peru, in 1911" (July 1913)
Andrews University - James White Library
Siegfried Horn, a participant in this dig at Shechem, either took this picture or is in the picture with the workers
Brown University Library
Personal and professional papers: family will; letters relating to his Cyrene expedition (October 1910 to April 1911); research notes and papers; galley proofs; photographs; and miscellaneous
History Colorado
This collection contains 114 photographs documenting the archaeological expeditions in southwest Colorado led by Paul S. Martin for the State Historical Society of Colorado during the summers of 1928 and 1929. The photographs primarily date from the 1928 expedition. They document artifacts collected during the 1928 expedition; the work crew from 1928; and archaeological work at Ancestral Puebloan sites in Dolores County, Montezuma County (Beartooth ruins, Charnel House, Cottonwood ruin, and Herren site, as well as sites now in Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, including Cow Canyon, Lowry Pueblo, and Ruin Canyon), and Hovenweep National Monument (Cutthroat Castle). The photographer or photographers of these images is not identified, but many of the photos have detailed inscriptions of the back that describe the sites or work being done in each photo


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