MS 4393-b Materials relating to the archeology of Monument Valley, Arizona, prepared in the course of geological mapping
Witkind, Irving Jerome, 1917-
Thaden, Robert E., 1924-
Lough, Charles F.
Includes, Witkind, Irving J., R. E. Thaden, and C. F. Lough. File Report on the Archeological Sites in the Monument Valley Area, Arizona. 8 pages (mimeo.), 1 map. 1952. 2. Photographic prints of Kiet Siel (6), pictographs (3), and cliff dwellings (4).
MS 4335 Photographs of pictographs, Dinwoody and Torrey Lake areas, Wyoming
Prints, from negatives submitted by T.W. Daniels, Moran, Wyoming, with letter of May 2, 1949, copy of which is filed with prints. A map of the Washakie (now Shoshone) National Forest with the areas marked which accompanied the negatives is filed with the original correspondence. (U.S. National Museum files). The negatives were …
MS 3363 Report of examination and excavation of pictographic groups and ancient ruins in the Hill Canyon district, 45 miles south of Ouray, Utah
MS 2329 Letter from Willis C. Hawley describing petroglyphs in Oregon
MS 4338 Newsclipping from "The Arizona Republic"
Contains story and pictures of the cliff and maze (or labyrinth) pictograph discovered by Mr. Coxon, north of Winslow which is identical with one found on a wall of the Casa Grande National Monument. (See Pl. 40 and Figure 59, in 28th Annual Report, Bureau of American Ethnology - Fewkes).
MS 4261 Photographs made on a site survey in the Santa Barbara Mountains, adjacent to the Sisquoc River, California
MS 4309 Photographs of Inscriptions Made by Our Aborigines on Rocks in the Susquehanna River, in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. With Map and Notes Describing their Location, Also Giving Adjacent Ancient Indian Village Sites and Other Matter Which May Bear Some Relation to Them and to Their Interest
MS 3579 Extract from "The Life and Adventures of William Waters, the famous hunter and trapper of White Top Mountain; embracing early history of Southwestern Virginia, Sufferings of the Pioneers, etc., etc"
Mooney, James, 1861-1921
A description of Handkerchief Rock, Virginia (painted rocks near Maiden Spring, Tazewell County, Virginia) typed, with notes in Mr. Mooneyʹs handwriting.