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Frederic Ward Putnam papers

Collection Identifier: 999-24
Overview: This collection of Putnam papers were formerly part of the Ralph Dexter Papers at Kent State University Archives. They include FW Putnam family correspondence, professional papers and ephemera.

Frederick Roelker and Janet Elliott Wulsin papers

Collection Identifier: 56-55
Overview: The collection includes family correspondence, mostly Janet Wulsin to family (1921-1924), personal logs, calendars, and diaries (1921) and Frederick Wulsin's manuscript, "The Road to Wang Yeh Fu" [published in National Geographic, 1926, vol. XLIX].

Frederick Roelker Wulsin negatives

Collection Identifier: 56-50
Overview: This negative collection is a subset of a large photography donation by Wulsin which includes approximately19,046 prints, negatives and lantern slides and is augmented by papers and manuscripts that document expeditions to China, Southeast Asia, the Belgian Congo, French Equatorial Africa, and the Near East. The negatives date from 1921 -- 1924 and document Wulsin's travels to the Chinese province of Shansi and his National Geographic sponsored expedition to Northwest China. The negatives were...

Frederick Roelker Wulsin papers

Collection Identifier: 2001.7
Overview: These papers contain two notebooks of anthropological notes, 1927-1928; four volumes of an African journal, 1927-1928 and a bound typescript, "National Geographic Society Central China Expedition Report for 1923"

George F. Dales papers

Collection Identifier: 2001.10
Overview: This collection includes materials relating to Dales' excavations at Mohenjo-daro, 1964-65, records of the Seistan Survey, 1968-1971, Balakot Excavations records, and papers pertaining to Dales general research interests.

George Grant MacCurdy papers

Collection Identifier: 995-3
Overview: George Grant MacCurdy (GGM) was an American anthropologist. He and Janet MacCurdy founded the American School of Prehistoric Research (ASPR) in 1921, which published Bulletins from 1926 onward, and became the Department of Old World Archaeology at the Peabody Museum as per his bequest in 1954. The records include correspondence; original artwork; postcards; sketch books; travel notebooks; biographical...

George W. and Winifred J. Harley letters

Collection Identifier: 986-13
Overview: This collection consists of 32 items, mostly letters written by George and/or Winifred Harley to their friends and family and primarily to Gladys and Bill Veale, the donor's parents. The early letters describe the Harleys' work at the Ganta Mission in Liberia.

Gordon R. Willey, Peabody Museum Expedition to British Honduras negatives

Collection Identifier: 56-30
Overview: This negative collection documents Professor Gordon Willey's Peabody expedition to British Honduras 1954-1956. The images capture camp life, excavations and artifacts and they may be viewed at http://pmem.unix.fas.harvard.edu:8080/peabody/

Hallam L. Movius, Jr. papers

Collection Identifier: 998-27
Scope and Contents: The papers of Hallam Leonard Movius, Jr. (HLM) are comprised almost exclusively of materials relating to the professional life of the Harvard instructor and archaeologist, dating back to his earliest research and field notes as a Harvard undergraduate, through his prolific career, to correspondence with colleagues and former students in his later retirement years. Much of the collection reflects the archaeological work carried out by HLM as a student in Ireland,...

Hazel Hitson Weidman papers

Collection Identifier: 2000.14
Scope and Contents: The Weidman Papers consist of professional papers that were arranged by Hazel Weidman herself, prior to donation to the Peabody Museum Archives. The materials reflect her work in the development of medical anthropology as an academic discipline of its own. They reveal her initiative in organizing the dispersed anthropologists working in medical fields into what is now the Society for Medical Anthropology. Her work as the founding editor of the Medical Anthropology...