Includes correspondence between the NMNH Department of Anthropology and the University of Alaska, principals being William W. Fitzhugh and E. James Dixon, together with Dixon's "Current Archeological Concerns of the University of Alaska Museum." Also includes a copy of a catalog of the Zimmerman collection.
On USNM form. Face mask of Collins made at same time now in division of physical anthropology.
Includes brief introduction; summaries of meetings with list of those attending from the U.S. and list of papers read; and note of Walter Hough identifying it as a Wilson manuscript.
Contents: "Ethnological Material of James Mooney." Washington, 1894, 13 pages, typed. "Ethnologic Material of James Mooney--Cherokee, South Atlantic, Kiowa and Southern Plains, Synonymy, Miscellaneous." Washington, January, 1903, 10 pages typed.
Letter concerns errors made in publications regarding Aleš Hrdlička's affiliation with the Bureau of American Ethnology.
The ceremony included tributes to Evans as a man and recounted his contributions to the Smithsonian, to archeology, and to Latin American archeology. Speakers included Carolyn Rose, Gus Van Beek, Donald Duckworth, Stephen Potter, David Challinor, Don D. Fowler, and others.
A talk at one of the regular colloquia of the Department of Anthropology. Recollections include references to Henry B. Collins, Walter Hough, Ales Hrdlicka, and others.Two original reels, #1 and #2, and one reel use copy.
Group portraits of members of the Department of Anthropology and the Bureau of American Ethnology at the time of their merger in 1965. The photographs were made on the steps of the Natural History Museum building.