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Correspondence of Ann Elizabeth Baltzley Hartshorn Potter, an artist; her daughter, Pearl Potter Etz, granddaughter Constance Etz Ferdon, and other members of the extended Baltzley, Potter, Etz, and Ferdon families.
Man: A Course of Study was a social science course for upper elementary grades that sought to understand human existence from an anthropological perspective. It was developed in the 1960s and reached its peak of popularity in the early 1970s. The collection contains records of the development, dissemination, and evaluation of the program mostly in the form of course materials, lesson plans, reports, correspondence and interviews.
This collection contains Levine’s original writings and research materials pertaining to prehistoric art. The collection includes Levine’s original manuscripts, translations, papers and book chapters collected by him, as well as photographs and card files.
Writings, correspondence, professional reports and papers, and photographs of Lini M. De Vries, author, public health nurse, and teacher who was a nurse in the Spanish Civil War, and later worked with rural and indigenous communities in New Mexico and Mexico.
Meeting and project files, writing-related material, records for the Institute for Intercultural Studies, and professional correspondence of writer and cultural anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson.
Correspondence and diaries of Susan McAllester, editor and photographer.
Records of the Bureau of International Research of Harvard University and Radcliffe College, 1924-1960 (inclusive), 1924-1942 (bulk)
Records documenting a grant program to study contemporary issues in law, international relations, and anthropology.
This collection contains papers documenting Samuel K. Lothrop's research and work in Peru, Panama, Guatemala, Mexico, Chile, Tierra del Fuego, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico and Colombia. Also included are correspondence and reports concerning the Institute of Andean Research as well as Lothrop's surveillance work for the U. S. Military Intelligence Department during World War I.