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Thu Oct 16 17:59:11 2014 UTClccn-n820068640.00Portrait of E. Hewett0.591.00Dr. Edgar L. Hewett and the Pueblo Indians. Two communications46868945Edgar_Lee_Hewettn 82006864704184Hewett, E.Hewett, E. L. 1865-1946Hewett, E. L. (Edgar Lee), 1865-1946Hewett, Edgar L.Hewett, Edgar L. 1865-1946Hewett, Edgar LeeHewett, Edgar Lee 1865-1946Lee Hewett, Edgarlccn-n87814620Henderson, Junius1865-1937lccn-n50056961Robbins, Wilfred William1884-1952lccn-n50036651Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse1840-1914lccn-n50028753Dutton, Bertha P.(Bertha Pauline)1903-1994lccn-n79055801School of American Research (Santa Fe, N.M.)np-mauzy, wayne lMauzy, Wayne L.lccn-nr89002437Fisher, Reginald G.lccn-n79015671Franciscanslccn-n79021418University of New Mexicolccn-n85321047Brand, Donald D.(Donald Dilworth)1905-1984Hewett, Edgar L.(Edgar Lee)1865-1946PortraitsHistoryBiographyAntiquitiesPueblo IndiansNew MexicoSouthwest, NewIndians of North AmericaIndians of North America--AntiquitiesIndians of Mexico--AntiquitiesCentral AmericaIndians of Central America--AntiquitiesMexicoAndesIndians of South AmericaNorth America--Rio Grande ValleyHewett, Edgar L.--(Edgar Lee),ArchaeologyIncasPueblo Indians--AntiquitiesPueblosNew Mexico--Sandoval CountyTravelNew Mexico--Pajarito PlateauIndians of North America--DwellingsExcavations (Archaeology)Tewa Indians--AntiquitiesNatural historyIndians of North America--LanguagesFranciscansMissionsEthnologyNew Mexico--Chaco CanyonSpanish literature--Classical periodIndianistsUnited StatesMuseum of New MexicoArchaeologistsHistoriansCultureCivilizationArtVoyages and travelsHistory--PhilosophyPolitical scienceState, TheArtistsSocial sciencesLibertyHuman beingsFoley, MickIndians of North America--Foreign influencesUnited States--Southwestern States18651946189919001903190419051906190819091911191219131915191619171919192119221923192519271929193019321934193519361937193819391940194219431944194519461947194819531955195819671968197219731976197819801981198319871993199920032005200820097818160426980.1E51ocn186771742ocn31362381688827ocn000587736book19300.47Hewett, Edgar LAncient life in the American Southwest : with an introduction on the general history of the American raceHistory+-+616771789680322ocn000666443book19360.53Hewett, Edgar LAncient life in Mexico and Central America63411ocn000485089book19390.56Hewett, Edgar LAncient Andean life5302ocn000985676book19130.59Hewett, Edgar LThe physiography of the Rio Grande valley, New Mexico, in relation to Pueblo culture47814ocn000677128book19370.59Bandelier, Adolph Francis AlphonseIndians of the Rio Grande Valley+-+26152078963622ocn001134099book19060.66Hewett, Edgar LAntiquities of the Jemez Plateau, New Mexico34713ocn001689063book19400.47Hewett, Edgar LLandmarks of New MexicoThe surviving monuments of prehistoric, Indian, Spanish, Mexican, and American cultures in New Mexico, with their history3128ocn001698586book19380.56Hewett, Edgar LPajarito Plateau and its ancient people29816ocn001949935book19450.50Hewett, Edgar LThe Pueblo Indian world : studies on the natural history of the Rio Grande Valley in relation to Pueblo Indian cultureStudies on the natural history of the Rio Grande valley in relation to Pueblo Indian culture+-+56061078962877ocn001355539book19430.50Hewett, Edgar L... Mission monuments of New Mexico2175ocn001731868book19360.56Hewett, Edgar LThe Chaco Canyon and its monumentsHistory1027ocn000387955book19440.84Hewett, Edgar LMan and culture935ocn003264267book19440.88Hewett, Edgar LMan and the state9211ocn004562325book19080.84Hewett, Edgar LLes communautés anciennes dans le désert américain : recherches archéologiques sur la distribution et l'organisation sociale des anciennes populations au sud-ouest des États-Unis et au nord du Méxique8717ocn029870563book19130.74Hewett, Edgar LThe physiography of the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, in relation to Pueblo culture834ocn000166374book19430.82Hewett, Edgar LFrom cave dwelling to Mount Olympus822ocn000779143book19040.93Hewett, Edgar LCircular relating to historic and prehistoric ruins of the Southwest and their preservation804ocn002105292book19090.63Hewett, Edgar L... The excavations at El Rito de los Frijoles in 1909784ocn003279131book19090.77Hewett, Edgar LThe Pajaritan cultureHistory783ocn006992735book19400.70School of American Research (Santa Fe, N.M.)Representative art and artists of New MexicoPortraits2253ocn005046487book19390.70So live the works of men : seventieth anniversary volume honoring Edgar Lee HewettLocated in Southwest Collection1282ocn008170831book19830.66Chauvenet, BeatriceHewett and friends : a biography of Santa Fe's vibrant eraHistoryBiography973ocn000369181book19430.84Hewett, Edgar LCampfire and trail632ocn002200350book19460.79Hewett, Edgar LTwo score years73ocn045420633book19990.86Thomas, Jeffery AllenPromoting the Southwest : Edgar L. Hewett, anthropology, archeology, and the Santa Fe style31ocn042465780book19470.92Walter, Paul A. FEdgar Lee Hewett, Americanist, 1865-1946Biography31ocn028271307mix0.82Lummis, Charles FletcherPapers, 1860-1956HistoryPhotographsArchivesPersonal narrativesRecords and correspondenceIncludes journals, correspondence, writings, notebooks, and photographs, chiefly 1890-1920, relating to his family and career with the Southwest Society, Southwest Museum, Sequoya League, Los Angeles Public Library, and other institutions. Selected correspondents include members of the Lummis family, Abeita family, Amado Chaves, Edgar Hewett, F.W. Hodge, Denis Riordan, and Mary Austin. Letters to his wife Eva Frances in 1892 are from Peru, where Lummis was a member of the Villard Expedition. Also present are drafts of Turbese Lummis Fiske's biography of her father. One of his notebooks chronicles his time as a reporter during the Apache campaign of 1886. Original photographs taken by Lummis include cyanotypes of antiquities, landscapes, pueblos, and Native Americans in New Mexico and Arizona31ocn050103443book19251.00Dr. Edgar L. Hewett and the Pueblo Indians. Two communications21ocn352926811book20090.47New Mexico : weaving history through people's stories : native treasures comes downtown : Edgar Lee Hewett's legacyHistory11ocn037992690mixHewett, Edgar LEdgar L. Hewett filesPhotographsCollection consists of correspondence, student papers, and lecture notes concerning archaeology and ethnology in the Southwest. Included topics are: Chaco Canyon, Gran Quivira, Mesa Verde, Pajarito Plateau, the School of American Archaeology, Pueblo Indian agricultural economy in the 1920s, and Central American antiquities. The Chaco Canyon material includes correspondence, lecture notes, survey maps, and reports. Mesa Verde material includes photographs, and Jesse Nusbaum's excavation and repair of Balcony House. Central American material includes papers from S.G. Morley. Correspondents include: Erna Fergusson, Reginald Fisher, John P. Harrington, A. Hrdlicka, Florence Hawley Ellis, Clyde Kluckhohn, Wayne Mauzy, Barbara Freire Marreco, J.F. Zimmerman, and others11ocn037992649mix1913Hewett, Edgar LEdgar L. Hewett notes on QuaraiCollection consists of notebook pages attributed to Hewett (August 20-30, 1913). The notes include a description of the mission and pueblo ruins of Quarai, an archaeological site in Torrance County, New Mexico; rosters of excavation team members; and observations on the Green Corn dance11ocn037992661mixNusbaum, Jesse LJesse L. Nusbaum papers, Talley collectionCollection consists of Nusbaum's correspondence relating to Laboratory of Anthropology work, including letters from E.L. Hewett concerning the Panama-California Exposition at San Diego (1915-1916), the reconstruction of the Palace of the Governors, and the construction of the Museum of Fine Arts. Other correspondents include: Charles Lummis, W.H. Jackson, B.T.B. Hyde, Herbert Evison. Collection also contains material on the early years of contract archaeology, including photographs11ocn040071905visu19120.10Poley, H. SPotters demonstrating for School of American Research, Dr. HewettThree Native American (Tewa) women create pottery for an audience from the School of American Research, Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. One woman, probably Maria Martinez (San Ildefonso Pueblo), sculpts a pot, one kneads clay, and one holds a water bucket; before them is a display of finished pottery. The potters wear blouses and printed mantas. The audience consists of several white women seated in chairs and three white men, in the center is probably Dr. Edgar Lee Hewett11ocn028084720mix1.00Lummis, Charles FletcherPapersHistoryPhotographsArchivesPersonal narrativesRecords and correspondenceIncludes journals, correspondence, writings, notebooks, and photographs, chiefly 1890-1920, relating to his family and career with the Southwest Society, Southwest Museum, Sequoya League, Los Angeles Public Library, and other institutions. Selected correspondents include members of the Lummis family, Abeita family, Amado Chaves, Edgar Hewett, F.W. Hodge, Denis Riordan, and Mary Austin. Letters to his wife Eva Frances in 1892 are from Peru, where Lummis was a member of the Villard Expedition. Also present are drafts of Turbese Lummis Fiske's biography of her father. One of his notebooks chronicles his time as a reporter during the Apache campaign of 1886. Original photographs taken by Lummis include cyanotypes of antiquities, landscapes, pueblos, and Native Americans in New Mexico and Arizona11ocn471785338mixKenneth M. Chapman collectionThe collection consists of genealogical family information, correspondence, legal and real estate documents, and (typed and handwritten) autobiographical notes. Papers pertain to Kenneth Chapman's work with the Museum of New Mexico, Edgar L. Hewett and others, the Indian Arts Fund, general archaeology and the preservation of Pueblo pottery11ocn184786761art20031.00Fowler, Don DE. L. Hewett, J. F. Zimmermann, and the beginnings of anthropology at the University of New Mexico, 1927-194611ocn802293147map1899United StatesMap of the proposed Pajarito National Park, territory of New Mexico : embracing ancient cliff dwellings, etc.Maps11ocn156878954art19320.10Cattell, James McKeenHewett, Dr. Edgar L(ee) : University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N. Mex11ocn824208496bookPortrait of E. HewettPhotographsE. Hewett is standing, wearing a Field Service cap and puttees11ocn038170049mixAvery, Jennie MJennie M. Avery papersCollection consists of records of the Avery-Bowman Co. of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the personal papers of Jennie M. Avery and Grace Bowman. Avery-Bowman Co. records include records of its predecessors the Santa Fe Abstract, Realty and Insurance Agency and the Joseph B. Hayward Agency. These records include land conveyances, deeds, titles, surveys, appraisals, abstracts, and various legal documents, most of which involve property in the vicinity of Santa Fe. The personal papers of Grace Bowman and Jennie Avery reflect their respective interests in Santa Fe social, service, and professional organizations, and their close association with people such as Edgar Lee Hewett, Elizabeth Garrett, Tsianina Blackstone, and Bronson Cutting. Some files in the collection relate to the estates of Hewett, Cora Kellman, Mary Prince, and Rose Wilson; real estate transactions of Samuel B. Axtell; land claims of Santa Clara Pueblo; and land conveyances in the area of Chimayo, New Mexico+-+5606107896+-+5606107896Thu Oct 16 15:07:25 EDT 2014batch27128