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Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Awat'ovi photograph collection
Scope and Contents This collection consists of eight photographs from the excavations at Awat'ovi on the Hopi Indian Reservation. The photographs feature members of the excavation party and many are labeled with names. Captions for the photographs follow:1: Earl H. Morris and A. V. "Ted" Kidder seated outside a doorway. 2: Unidentified young child, Al Lancaster, J. O. Brew, and Evelyn Brew standing next to car and open gate. 3a: Group photo with tents in background. J. O. Brew...
Aztec Morris, 1912, undated
Scope and Contents The album features photographs of Earl Morris, Ann Axtell Morris, Juliette Amanda Morris (nee Halstead), Robert Smith, Fred Hinchman, Harley Stamp, Aztec Ruins National Monument under excavation, scenes from the 1915-1917 Panama-California Exposition hosted in San Diego, potraits of Hopi, Navajo, Tewa, and Apache people, and scenes from Taos, New Mexico. The album begins with an illustrated poem dedicated to Earl Morris, mostly likey by Ann Morris. The title of this file is derived from the...
Dates: 1912, undated
Chichen Itza (Chichén Itzá), probably 1924-1926
Scope and Contents
This photo album contains 153 images of excavations at Chichen Itza. The images show people at work in addition to scenes of portions of the complex at different stages of excavation. Ann Morris and Earl Morris are depicted in at least one photograph each. Some photographs show contemporary (non-archaeological) buildings, a family, and streetside fruit sellers. The album does not contain a title page, captions, or any indication of dates.
Dates: probably 1924-1926
Series — Box 1
Scope and Contents Series 06 consists of 2,830 photographs, the vast majority of which (approximately 2,450) are color transparencies, also known as slides. The images document ongoing field work at the Yellow Jacket Complex, including sites 5MT-1, 5MT-2, 5MT-3, and 5MT-5, as well as the social life of the field crew and supervisors, the scenery and environs surrounding the area, and other sites in the region. A number of slides depict excavated objects, most of which are cermaics associated with a burial...
Joe Ben Wheat papers
Scope and Contents Please note that this collection is undergoing processing.This collection contains documents, photographs, and objects collected or created by Joe Ben Wheat (1916-1997), archaeologist, anthropologist and curator at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History. Textual material in the collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, magazines, academic journal articles, student papers and dissertations, manuscripts, maps, archaeological site reports, professional...
Found in: CU Museum of Natural History / Joe Ben Wheat papers
Photo albums, 1912-1926
Quirigua, probably 1915
Dates: probably 1915