Three small watercolor paintings by William Henry Holmes depicting women sewing and a man mending sails. Item 2011-19.1 depicts two women sewing on the banks of the Tiber River. item 2011-19.2 ("Bead stringer, Venice") shows a woman sitting in a chair beading. Item 2011-19.3 ("Venice - mending sails") shows a man mending sails. All three paintings ...
Includes notes, cartographic material, sketch of mounds, and the photographs. The materials is in the hand of William Henry Holmes.
The material represents an exchange between Holmes and J. W. Hayes, of Crags, Essex, England, over the latters inquiry concerning certain clay tools, in Hayes' description spoken as being mushroom-shaped. A photograph shows the items as being somewhat spool-shaped. They are referred to as being "pressers" for ceramic work.
2 sheets of pencil sketches on lined paper with A. notations.
Margins on three sides show portraits of various officers, engravings of estates, etc, etc. Among Mr Hewitt's papers (1939). Includes two portraits of Pocahontas.
Giving instructions for revising certain geographical names.
One notes concerns a mound twelves miles south of Columbia, South Carolina, and the other a village site west of Waynesboro, Georgia.
Includes letters of E.P. Upham and Clarence B. Moore plus notes on specimens.