LAL01. Latin American Library - Manuscript Collections
Holdings of collections of personal or family papers, research papers, course papers, corporate records, and includes some rare print and special topic collections.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 024
Scope and Contents 1919-1963. The Frans Blom Papers consists of materials written or collected by Frans Blom, a prominent Danish archaeologist of Tulane University's Middle American Research Institute. Of special interest is his diary of anthropological field notes, with watercolor drawings, compiled during the 1925 Tulane University Expedition to Chiapas. Included are his Mexican gun permits, correspondence, published articles, and obituaries. Also includes his 1921-1922 diaries in Danish of explorations in...
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 007
Scope and Contents 1866-1923. Correspondence, manuscripts, lectures, diaries, notes, and photographs originating with or collected by this early anthropologist, with emphasis on the Indians of the American Southwest and on Chaco Canyon; includes records of an archaeological expedition in Ecuador. Most material is dated 1895-1918. 1,040 pieces. Collection Guide...
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 86
Scope and Contents December 30, 1927-August 5, 1928. Frans Blom diaries and records written during the 1928 Gray Memorial Expedition to Chiapas, Mexico and Guatemala. Also includes the diary of expedition medic Louis Bristow and Blom's calendar notes, archaeological notes, and notes on plant names. 20 pieces. The collection consists of diaries, notes, records, and photographs made during the Gray Memorial Expedition to Chiapas, Mexico and Guatemala. This was Tulane's 4th expedition to Middle America and was...
File — Box 2, Folder: 18
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(18)
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 018
Scope and Contents 1923-1925. Correspondence accumulated while Gates was director of the Middle American Research Institute of Tulane University (1924-1925), 847 pieces. The William E. Gates Papers were accumulated while Gates served as Director of the Tulane University Middle American Research Institute from its inception in the Spring of 1924 until March, 1926. Arranged chronologically, correspondence from 1923 through 1925 together with invoices from 1924 and 1925 comprise the majority of the...