Indians of Mexico
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box 3, Folder: 34, a-f
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(34)
Scope and Contents 1524-1558 Six photocopies of manuscripts held in the Archivo General de la Nacion, Guatemala. Most are in the handwriting of Brasseur de Bourborg and some have passages of Quiché with Spanish translations. The documents concern early land titles of the Indians in Chiapas and the Quiché Indians of Guatemala, including Quezaltenango, Momostenango, and Verapaz. 6 pieces total.
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 78
Scope and Contents 1923-1954. 18 original pen and ink or pencil drawn plans made by Frans Blom of archaeological sites in Chiapas. The sites include: Chincultic, Cerro de la Batalla, region of Tenajapa-Guaquitepec, Tenam Puente, San Quintín, Cruz Chi, Sactón, Cedro, Kambal, Kayum C and Ojo de Agua, with original copies of Moxviquil, Canancax, Esperanzita and Ojo de Agua. Blom's list includes updated plans as early as 1923.
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 24
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 67
Scope and Contents November 1900-March 1925. Five autographed letters from Frederick Starr to Mrs. Maxwell Converse; and from Starr to Frans Blom. Included is a printed prospectus of Starr's book The Indians of Southern Mexico, An Ethnographic Album.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of personal and professional papers of Father James Andrew Lockett of New Orleans, La. Included are correspondence, mimeographed and printed newsletters entitled Letters from Chiapas, post cards, greeting cards, and newspaper clippings.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 21
Scope and Contents 1914-1930. The collection of Rudolf Schuller Papers contains personal correspondence, notes, manuscripts, photographs, newspaper clippings, and printed ephemera totaling 1,016 pieces. The major portion of the material consists of field notes, vocabulary lists, and manuscripts from Schuller's studies of several Mexican and Central American Indian languages and dialects, with particular emphasis on the culture and language of the Huasteca people in northern Mexico. There are also materials...
File — Oversize box 1, Folder: 20
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 49-(20)
Scope and Contents 4 Feb-3 May, 1929. Transcription, translation into English, and notes for the Gates' Nahuatl manuscript #758 on amatl paper called "Ordenanza del Señor Cuauhtemoc." Included are Whorf's tracing of the manuscript map and letters to Frans Blom.