The award was for Walter Hough's work on the Columbian Historical Exposition in Madrid, 1892.
Includes sketch maps of ruins and lists of artifacts with field numbers. Towards the back of the notebook there is a list of photographs and notes on shipments of artifacts.
Letter by Hough to his son at college giving advice about studies and discovering and using one's abilities.
Includes views of Pueblo ruins, petroglyphs, Oak Creek Apache settlement.
Typescript was made between 1933 and 1955. F. J. Dockstader added diacriticals and augmented the English glosses of the typescript October 19-22, 1955.
Also letter of transmittal , J. W. Powell. December 30, 1901. Autograph letter signed. 1 page.
Includes chronological listing of Expositions, through which anthropological specimens reached the Museum.
Includes lab number, name, size, notes, and quantity. The Department of Anthropology catalog number has been added. The first page is missing.