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Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Penn Museum Archives
Creator:
Cotter, John L., 1911-1999
Title:
John L. Cotter papers
Date [inclusive]:
1934-1997
Call Number:
1096
Extent:
10.4 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
John Lambert Cotter is widely considered to have been a pioneer in American historical archaeology in a career. He began his career, that spanned some sixty-five years, studying and working in traditional prehistoric archaeology, earnestly beginning his explorations in historical archaeology in the 1950s. The textual records from Dr. John L. Cotter consist of 26 boxes of correspondence, teaching materials, archaeological field notes, reports, and publications.
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Biography/History

John Lambert Cotter is widely considered to have been a pioneer in American historical archaeology. He began his career, that spanned some sixty-five years, studying and working in traditional prehistoric archaeology, earnestly beginning his explorations in historical archaeology in the 1950s.

While working towards his B.A. and M.A. in anthropology at the University of Denver in the 1930’s, Cotter was part of a team excavating the two Paleo-Indian sites of Folsom at Lindenmeier, Colorado and the Clovis site in Blackwater Draw, New Mexico. These were two critically important projects that were instrumental in understanding the origins of native Americans. He received his M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Denver in 1935, and immediately after enrolled in the PhD program in Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. In 1938 he suspended his studies to take the position of crew supervisor of an archaeological survey in Kentucky funded by the WPA It was shortly afterwards (1940) that he began his long association with the National Park Service (NPS) as the archaeologist/manager of the Tuzigoot National Monument in Arizona.

Drafted into the Army in 1943, Cotter was wounded during the Normandy campaign in World War II, receiving the Purple Heart for his service. After the war he returned to Tuzigoot, but shortly after in 1947 was appointed archaeologist in charge of the Natchez Trace Parkway project in Tupelo, Mississippi. In 1951 Cotter was appointed acting chief archaeologist of the NPS; taking a leave in 1952 to undertake the excavation of the John D. Rockefeller,Jr. Van Cortland Manor House in New York state. It was his first major field experience in the emerging field of historical archaeology. In 1953 he was transferred to the Colonial National Historical Park as Chief Archaeologist; a position he occupied until 1957. This was a critically important assignment because of his primary involvement in the excavations at Jamestown. Building upon J. C. Harrington’s earlier explorations of Jamestown, Cotter’s work help to establish him as a leading figure in historical archaeology. It also provided him with the material for his PhD dissertation.

Cotter continued to work at the National Park Service until his retirement from the service in 1977; a tenure that lasted 37 years. His last position at NPS (beginning in 1957) was as Regional Archaeologist for the Northeast and Mid Atlantic regions. Being based in Philadelphia he used that opportunity to become intimately involved in various historical sites in the area that served to solidify his reputation as one of the foremost historical archaeologists in the country. Much of the experience in Philadelphia provided valuable source material for his very popular reference book on historical archaeology, The Buried Past.

Cotter returned to the University of Pennsylvania in 1957, earning his Ph.D. in anthropology in the fall of 1959. Shortly after, in 1960, he began his teaching career at the University of Pennsylvania (in the American Civilization Department) teaching what is believed to be the first classes in historical archaeology in the United States, which he continued to do until 1979. The field work, which he required in his courses, included many important historical sites in the Philadelphia area such as the Walnut Street Prison, Independence National Historical Park, Valley Forge, and the Delaware River Basin salvage projects for the Army Corps of Engineers. Part of Cotter’s legacy resides in the large number of individuals who were directly influenced by him to pursue careers in historical archaeology

As a result of working in the NPS in Philadelphia overseeing archaeological and archive research for practically 20 years, Cotter was one of only a few archaeologists whose focus was Philadelphia, It was this experience coupled with his vigorous pursuit of historical archaeology that established him as a unique expert in the history of Philadelphia. He continued to educate both academics as well as the general public regarding Philadelphia’s past by giving tours and talks about this historic city well into the 1990’s.

Cotter was also Curator of the American Historical Archaeology Section of the University of Pennsylvania Museum beginning in 1972. In 1979 he was appointed Curator Emeritus of Historical Archaeology and continued to retain an office at the Museum until shortly before his death.

During his career, Cotter published well over 100 articles and reviews in historical archaeology and anthropology publications. He completed a Bibliography of Historical Archaeology during the 1960’s that was eventually placed on the world wide web. He was a life-time member of the Archaeological Institute of America, the Society for Historical Archaeology, and the Society of Professional Archeology and a charter member of the Society for American Archaeology and the Society of Professional Archeology. Cotter was one of the founders in 1967 of the Society for Historical Archaeology as well as its first president and first editor of its journal.

Acknowledgement of his contributions to the field was reflected in the number of awards he received which included the J. Alden Mason Award (1974) for distinguished contributions to Pennsylvania archaeology from the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology, the Outstanding Service Award from the National Park Service (1977), the David E. Finley Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation (1978) for outstanding achievement in historic preservation in the United States, the Society for American Archaeology’s J. C. Harrington medal (1984), and the Out-of-State Archaeologist of the Year Award (1986) from the Archaeological Society of Virginia for his excavations at Jamestown.

In 1989 the Society for Historical Archaeology created the John L. Cotter award for people who have recently entered into the field of historical archaeology. The award was presented for the first time in 2000 and it reflects Cotter’s lifelong commitment to and support of new generations of students of historical archaeology.

Cotter contributed a great deal to the professional archaeological community through involvement in different organizations and his numerous publications. His enthusiasm for the past was evident in his continual effort to educate students and the public at large through the use of archaeology. Dr. John L. Cotter employed a broad anthropological approach to cultural history in the United States by examining both prehistoric and historic sites through archaeology. The textual records from Dr. John L. Cotter consist of 26 boxes of correspondence, teaching materials, archaeological field notes, reports, and publications. The arrangement of the documents attempted to reflect the original organization by Dr. Cotter, although some alterations have been made to aid the researcher. The collection is divided into the following series: Correspondence, employment, Professional Organizations, Publications and Manuscripts, Field Projects, Teaching (Classes), Teaching (Class Projects), Personal, and Photographs.

Scope and Contents

The textual records from Dr. John L. Cotter consist of 26 boxes of correspondence, teaching materials, archaeological field notes, reports, and publications. The arrangement of the documents attempted to reflect the original organization by Dr. Cotter, although some alterations have been made to aid the researcher. The material has been divided into the following series: Correspondence, Employment, Professional Organizations, Publications and Manuscripts, Field Projects, Teaching (Classes), Teaching (Class Projects), Personal, and Photographs.

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Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Penn Museum Archives,  4/14/2014

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Alex Pezzati, Lawrence Rosen, E. Norris

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence
  • Photographs
Personal Name(s)
  • Cotter, John L., 1911-1999
Subject(s)
  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology--History
  • Ethnology--Indigenous peoples
  • Folsom culture
  • National Park Service
  • North American Indians

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Collection Inventory

Correspondence, 1935-1989. 2.5 Linear feet.

Box

A general.

1

American Archaeologist Journal.

1

Archaeology Journal.

1

Asssociation of Senior Anthropologists (ASA).

1

Ba-Bi.

1

Bl-By.

1

Becker, Gloria O.

1

Biddle, Martin.

1

Bohannon, Charles T.R.

1

Boldurian, Anthony T.

1

Brumbaugh, G. Edwin.

1

Bucknum, Gilbert H.

1

Ca-Cl.

1

Co-Cu.

1

Caywood, Louis and Winnie.

1

Center for the Study of Aging (Univ. of PA).

1

Chace, Paul G.

1

Christianson, Gale E.

1

Consulting (Contractual).

1

Consulting (Franklin Institute).

1

Consulting (to individuals A-L).

2

Consulting (to individuals M-Z).

2

Consulting (SJS Archaeological Services).

2

Cotter, John L.: Festscrift for (Scope of Historical Archaeology).

2

Cotter Interview-(By Roberts, Daniel) 1994-1998.

2

D General.

2

E General.

2

Easterday, Robert.

2

Elliott, John and Josephine.

2

Employment Inquiries/ Career Advice.

2

Evans, Sarah.

2

F General.

2

Fairmount Park Commission (Phila.).

2

G General.

2

Gatter, Carl.

2

Grimm, Jack and Dorothy.

2

Ha-Hil.

2

His-Hus.

2

Hagley Museum (Re: Archaeology Course).

3

Harrington, Jean C. ("Pinky").

3

Haynes, C. Vance.

3

Holloway, Richard G.

3

Hudson, J. Paul.

3

Huey, Paul R.

3

Hume, I. Noel and Audrey.

3

I, J General.

3

Jelks, Edward B.

3

K General.

3

Kentucky: New Deal Archaeology.

3

Kim, Jiyul and Shelia.

3

Koerner, Harold and Margaret.

3

Kramer, Emanuel M.

3

L General.

3

Lectures/Talks, 1959-1965.

3

Lectures/Talks, 1966-1972.

3

Lectures/Talks, 1973-1993.

3

Lectures/Talks, 1994-1998.

3

Letters to The Editor.

4

Letters to the Media (1 of 2).

4

Letters to the Media (2 of 2).

4

Letocha, Charles.

4

Lohr, Edison P.

4

Ma-Mil.

4

Min-Mu.

4

Manuscript Reviews.

4

Mason, John A.

4

Media Appearances.

4

Merrick, Dorothy D.

4

Miscellaneous.

4

N General.

4

Nelson, Sarah.

4

O General.

4

Omwake, H. Geiger.

4

Orr, David and Linda.

4

Osborne, Harold and Helen.

4

P,Q General.

4

Pasinski, Anthony (Tony).

4

Pennsylvania State Government-Various Departments (incl. Pennsbury Manor).

4

Peterson, Charles E.

4

Political Letters.

4

Political Letters Re: Anthropology and Archaeology.

4

Polk, Harding and Roni H.

5

Powell, B. Bruce.

5

R General.

5

Roberts, Daniel G.

5

Rutsch, Edward.

5

Sa-Sme.

5

Smi-Sy.

5

Schumacher, Paul J.P.

5

Schuyler, Robert L.

5

Shott, Michael J.

5

Sollenberger, Robert S.

5

Speck, Frank S. and Louise.

5

Stead, William G. and Cindy.

5

Stone, Garry W. and Sara.

5

T General.

5

U General.

5

University of Denver: Anthro. Dept.

5

University of Pennsylvania.

5

University of PA Archaeological Base Map (Harold Taurin).

5

V General.

5

Wa-We.

5

Wh-Wy.

6

Walker, Iain C.

6

Williams, Martha and Julian.

6

Witthoft, John and Bonnie.

6

Witthoft, John and Bonnie (restricted).

6

Wormington, H. Marie.

6

X,Y,Z General.

6

Yentsch, Anne.

6

Unidentified.

6

Employment. 0.8 linear foot.

Box

National Park Service: Correspondence, 1949-59.

6

National Park Service: Correspondence, 1960-1977.

6

National Park Service: Correspondence, 1978-.

6

National Park Service: Correspondence, Re: Employment 1946-1959.

6

National Park Service: Correspondence, Re: Employment 1960-1977.

6

National Park Service: Re: Dr. Morgan, John: Grave.

6

National Park Service: Official Employment Records.

7

National Park Service: Retirement, 1977.

7

National Park Service: Tuzigoot National Monument.

7

National Park Service: Miscellaneous.

7

University Museum: Correspondence: 1959-1987.

7

University Museum: Correspondence: 1988-1997.

7

University Museum: Brochure(1988).

7

University Museum: Cotter's 80th Birthday Symposium(1991).

7

University Museum: Eiseley, Loren Memorial Room.

7

University Museum: "Kid's Corner" Gallery Proposal.

7

University Museum: Philadelphia Tours.

7

University of Pennsylvania: Correspondence.

7

University of Pennsylvania: American Civilization Department Closing (1993).

7

Beaver College: Correspondence (1989).

7

Professional Organizations, 1967-1979. 0.8 linear foot.

Box

American Anthropological Association (AAA) Meetings.

7

Anthropological Congress Meeting, 1989.

7

Association of Senior Anthropologists (ASA).

7

"Ice Age Hunters of the Rockies" symposium, 1988.

7

Society for American Archaeology (SAA) Meetings.

7

Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA).

7

Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA) Meetings, 1967-1979.

8

Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA) Meetings,1982-1993.

8

Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology (SPA).

8

The Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology (SPA) Meetings.

8

Society of Professional Archaeologists (SOPA).

8

Meetings: Miscellaneous.

8

Miscellaneous.

8

Publications and Manuscripts, 1957-1979. 1.7 Linear feet.

Box

Above Ground Archaeology.

8

Bibliography of Historical Sites, Correspondence, 1964-1981.

8

Bibliography of Archaeology, Correspondence, 1982-1985.

8

Bibliography of Historical Archaeology, Correspondence, 1986-1998.

8

Bibliography of Historical Archaeology, Miscellaneous.

8

Book Reviews (Alpha. By Authors Name).

8

The Buried Past: Archaeology of Cities Series.

8

The Buried Past, Correspondence.

8

The Buried Past-Book Production.

9

The Buried Past-Marketing.

9

The Buried Past,Reviews (Correspondence).

9

The Buried Past, Reviews (Alpha. By Journal).

9

The Buried Past, Miscellaneous.

9

Forum (Archaeology).

9

Forwards (to Publications of Others).

9

The Friendly Underground (Unpub.)-Correspondence.

9

The Friendly Underground (Unpub.) (1 of 3).

9

The Friendly Underground (Unpub.) (2 of 3).

9

The Friendly Underground (Unpub.) (3 of 3).

9

Handbook of Archaeological Sites, 1968.

9

Handbook for Historical Archaeology: Correspondence.

9

Handbook for Historical Archaeology: Table of Contents (Complete).

9

Handbook for Historical Archaeology: Part I {Published}.

9

Handbook for Historical Archaeology: Clothing and Wearing Apparel A-III {Unpublished}.

9

Handbook for Historical Archaeology: A-IV, Shelter {Unpublished}.

9

Handbook for Historical Archaeology: B Human Relationships {Unpublished}.

10

Handbook for Historical Archaeology: C; Recreation and Entertainment{Unpublished}.

10

Handbook for Historical Archaeology: E; Archaeological Methods and Techniques {Unpublished}.

10

Handbook for Historical Archaeology: Illustrations not included in Published Volume.

10

Handbook for Historical Archaeology: Miscellaneous.

10

Historical Archaeology before 1967 {Unpublished}.

10

Historical Archaeology of the Middle Atlantic States {Unpublished}.

10

"Historical Archaeology in The National Park Service" {Unpublished}.

10

"Kentucky Memoir: Digging in the Depression" Archaeology, 1993.

10

"The History of Sporting America," Expeditiion, 1984.

10

Lectures/Talks Delivered.

10

Logan Square East: Some Anthropological Notes MS {Unpub.} (1 of 2).

10

Logan Square East: Some Anthropological Notes MS {Unpub.} (2 of 2).

10

Logan Square East: Some Anthropological Notes, Correspondence.

10

"Observations on the Purpose and Meaning of Historical Archaeology" {Unpublished}.

10

"Paleo-Indian Co-Tradition" American Antiquity, 1954.

10

Papers Presented at Professional Meetings,(1954-1996).

10

Papers Presented at SHA Meetings,(1969-1992).

11

Papers Presented at Professional Meetings,(1977-1992, no date).

11

St. Croix.

11

St. Croix, Correspondence.

11

Salwen, Burt Festschrift.

11

"The Upper Paleolithic....," Correspondence.

11

"Urban Archaeology in The Americas" {Unpublished}.

11

Miscellaneous Published Papers.

11

Miscellaneous Writings.

11

Miscellaneous.

11

Field Projects. 1.7 Linear feet.

Box

Clovis: Correspondence, 1936-1941.

11

Clovis: Correspondence, 1953-1998.

11

Clovis: Boldurian Correspondence, 1988-1995.

11

Clovis: Boldurian Correspondence, 1996-1997.

11

Clovis: Boldurian Correspondence, 1998-1999.

12

Clovis: Catalogue, 1936.

12

Clovis: Expenditures Log, 1937 (compiled 1992 by A. Boldurian).

12

Clovis: Field Notes, 1936 (Original and Transcript).

12

Clovis: Folsom Notes, 1936.

12

Clovis: MA Thesis (Cotter), 1935.

12

Clovis: MA Thesis Notes.

12

Clovis: Reports, 1935,1937.

12

Clovis: Miscellaneous.

12

Delaware Expressway Salvage Program.

12

Franklin Court (Phila.).

12

"Exploration of Franklin Court," Project #4, Preliminary Report (1 of 2).

12

"Exploration of Franklin Court," Project #4, Preliminary Report (2 of 2).

12

Hare House, Petersburg, Virginia, 1978.

12

Huanuco, Peru: Correspondnece 1963-1971.

13

Huanuco, Peru, Journal.

13

Huanuco, Peru, Miscellaneous.

13

Independence Hall National Park.

13

Jamestown, Archaeological Excavations at Jamestown, Rev. Correspondence, 1992-1998.

13

Jamestown (incl. Yorktown)-Correspondence, 1954-1986.

13

Jamestown,Correspondence, 1988-1998.

13

Jamestown, NPS Reports, 1954-1956.

13

Jamestown, "Jamestown: A Personal Reminiscence" Expedition, 1998.

13

Jamestown, PH.D. Thesis, Cotter: Correspondence.

13

Jamestown, Talk, October, 1993.

13

Jamestown, Video Tape, December, 1984.

13

Jamestown, Miscellaneous.

13

Natchez (Miss.): Anna Site, Mound 5 Shards (incl. Photos).

13

Natchez (Miss.): Correspondence, Prior to 1947.

13

Natchez (Miss.): Correspondence, 1946-1957.

13

Natchez (Miss.): Correspondence, 1965-1997.

14

Natchez (Miss.): Emerald Mound Test I, Sherds.

14

Natchez (Miss.): Stratigraphy and Area Tests, Emerald Mound.

14

Natchez (Miss.): Gordon Site Report Materials.

14

Natchez Miss.): Magnum Plate Field Notes.

14

Natchez (Miss.): Magnum Plate Report (incl. Photos).

14

Natchez (Miss.): Miscellaneous.

14

Newgate Prison (Hartford, Conn), 1968.

14

Rockford (Lancaster Co., PA).

14

Van Cortland House, Correspondnece, 1953-1954.

14

Van Cortland House, Reports/Notes/Log.

14

Van Cortland House, Miscellaneous.

14

Walnut Street Prison, Phila., Correspondence (incl. Reviews).

14

Walnut Street Prison, Plan.

14

Walnut Street Prison, 1988 Exhibit.

14

Walnut Street Prison, Miscellaneous.

14

Xian, China (West Han Tomb), 1989-1990.

14

Teaching (Classes). 1.7 Linear feet.

Box

Fall, 1961; Am. Civ. 770.

15

Fall, 1962; Am. Civ. 770.

15

Spring, 1962; Am. Civ. 770 Methods and Problems in Historic Sites Archaeology.

15

Spring, 1963; Am. Civ. 770 Methods and Problems of Historical American Archaeology.

15

Fall, 1963; Am. Civ. 770 Historic Sites Archaeology.

15

Spring, 1964; Am. Civ. 770 Problems and Methods of Historical American Archaeology.

15

Fall, 1964; Am. Civ. 770.

15

Spring, 1965; Am.Civ. 770 Historic Sites Archaeology.

15

Fall, 1965; Am.Civ. 770.

15

Summer, 1965; Am.Civ. 772 Historical American Archaeology.

15

Spring, 1966; Am.Civ. 770 Historical Site Archaeology.

15

Summer, 1966; Am.Civ. 772 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

15

Fall, 1966; Am.Civ. 770.

15

Spring, 1967; Am.Civ. 770.

15

Summer, 1967; Am.Civ. 772 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

15

Fall, 1967; Am.Civ. 770 Historic Sites Archaeology.

15

Spring, 1968; Anthro. 271 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology (Temple University).

15

Summer, 1968; A.C. 772 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

15

Fall, 1968; Am.Civ. 770 Problems and Methods of HIstorical American Archaeology.

15

Fall, 1968; Independent Study (B. Cosans).

15

Spring, 1969; Am.Civ. 770 Historical Archaeology.

15

Summer, 1969; Am.Civ. 772 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

15

Fall, 1969; Am.Civ. 770.

15

Summer, 1970; Am.Civ. 572 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology: Field.

15

Fall, 1970; Am.Civ. 571 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

16

Summer, 1971; Am.Civ. 572 HIstorical American Archaeology.

16

Fall, 1971; Am.Civ. 571.

16

Fall, 1971; Am.Civ. 571 (Student Paper).

16

Summer, 1972; Am.Civ. 572 HIstorical American Archaeology.

16

Spring, 1973; Am.Civ. 571 Historical American Archaeology.

16

Spring, 1973; Am.Civ. 571 (Student Papers).

16

Summer, 1973; Am.Civ. 572 Historical American Archaeology.

16

Spring, 1974; Am.Civ. 571 Historical American Archaeology.

16

Summer, 1974; Am.Civ. 572 Historical American Archaeology.

16

Fall, 1974; Am.Civ. 571 Historical American Archaeology.

16

Summer, 1975; Am.Civ. 572 Historical American Archaeology.

16

Fall, 1975; Am.Civ. 571 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

17

Fall, 1975; Am.Civ. 571.

17

Summer, 1976; Am.Civ. 572 Methods and Problems in HIstorical Archaeology.

17

Fall, 1976; Am.Civ. 571 Historical American Archaeology.

17

Summer, 1977; Am.Civ. 572 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

17

Fall, 1977; Am.Civ. 571 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

17

Summer, 1978; Am.Civ. 572 Methods and Problems in HIstorical Archaeology.

17

Fall, 1978; Am.Civ. 571 Historical Archaeology.

17

Summer, 1979; Am.Civ. 572 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

17

Fall, 1979; Am.Civ. 571 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

17

Spring, 1981: University of Massachusetts.

17

Fall, 1987; Anthro. 411 (Cigna) Historical Archaeology: A Case Study of Philadelphia.

17

List of Projects.

18

Summer, 1989; Am.Civ. 512 Historical Archaeology: Where You Live.

18

Summer, 1989; Am.Civ. 512/Anthro. 411.

18

Fall, 1988,89; Spring, 90 (Beaver College) History Under Your Feet.

18

Undated; Am.Civ. 770 Methods and Problems in Historical Archaeology.

18

Miscellaneous (1 of 2).

18

Miscellaneous (2 of 2).

18

Personal. 0.4 linear foot.

Box

Correspondence 1957-1998.

26

Biographical Information.

26

Education.

26

Class notes: Sociology, Crawford (1958).

26

Class notes: Caribbean, Reina (1958).

26

Class notes: Social Organization, Goodenough (1958).

26

Class notes: History of Archaeology, Hollowell (1959).

26

Class notes: South Asia, Burling (1959).

26

Class notes: Comparative American Cultures, Friedrich (1959).

26

Official Documents.

26

Awards and Certificates.

26

Travel.

26

"A Conversation with John L. Cotter" by Daniel G. Roberts (1998).

26

Photographs. 0.8 linear foot.

Box

Clovis: Blackwater Draw, CO 1927.

26

Clovis: Clovis, New Mexico 1936,1937.

27

Clovis: Clovis, New Mexico Site Large prints.

27

Clovis: Contact Prints.

27

Clovis: Lindenmeier Site (1935-1940, undated).

27

Clovis: Lindenmeier Site 1937 Large Prints.

27

Clovis: Objects, ca. 1930.

27

Clovis: Weld, CO 1934-1935 Large Prints.

27

Clovis: Miscellaneous.

27

"Digging in The Depression" (Photos for article, Jan. 1993).

27

Kentucky 1939.

27

Louisiana Avoyelles, Parish 1933.

27

Natchez, Mississippi.

27

New York: Port Royal, Jamaica.

27

New York: Van Courtland House.

27

Ocmulgee, Georgia 1936.

27

Oklahoma, Spiro 1934-1935.

27

Peru Huanaca Viejo/Aukamara 1964.

27

Philadelphia: Arch Street Meeting House.

27

Philadelphia: Bishop White House.

27

Philadelphia: Franklin Court.

27

Philadelphia: Miscellaneous.

27

St. Croix.

27

Tuzigoot, Arizona 1934-1935.

27

Miscellaneous.

27

Teaching (Class Projects), 1960-1979. 3.3 Linear feet.

Box

Blue Anchor Tavern.

18

Bonnin and Morris Porcelain Factory Site: Correspondence, 1967-1972.

18

Bonnin and Morris Porcelain Factory Site: Field Note Books/Data Sheets/Catalogs.

18

Bonnin and Morris Porcelain Factory Site: Paul Huey Papers (1 of 2).

18

Bonnin and Morris Porcelain Factory Site: Paul Huey Papers (2 of 2).

18

Bonnin and Morris Porcelain Factory Site: Report.

18

Bonnin and Morris Porcelain Factory Site: Miscellaneous (incl. Photos).

18

Dock Street Area: Student Papers.

18

Dock Street Area: Report.

19

Dock Street Area: Miscellaneous.

19

Dock Street Area: Photos.

19

Fallsington, PA : Correspondence.

19

Fallsington, PA : Feasibility Study Report (1 of 3).

19

Fallsington, PA : Feasibility Study Report (2 of 3).

19

Fallsington, PA : Feasibility Study Report (3 of 3).

19

Federal Building Site (E. Market St., Phila): Correspondence.

19

Federal Building Site (E. Market St., Phila): Prelim. Report.

19

Federal Building Site (E. Market St., Phila): Report (1 of 2).

19

Federal Building Site (E. Market St., Phila): Report , Photos (2 of 2).

19

Federal Building Site (E. Market St., Phila): Photographs).

19

521 Spruce Street.

20

Fort Mifflin: Correspondence, 1969-1976.

20

Fort Mifflin: Field Note Books.

20

Fort Mifflin: Report Materials.

20

Fort Mifflin: Photos.

20

Fraley Farm.

20

Frankford Creek Site (incl. Photos).

20

The Grange: Correspondence.

20

The Grange: Field Data.

20

The Grange: Report (1 of 2).

20

The Grange: Report (2 of 2).

20

The Grange: Miscellaneous.

20

Grumblethorpe House: Report.

20

Grumblethorpe House: Ice House Test Report.

20

Harriton House: Archaeological Tests, Final Report (incl. Photos).

20

Harriton House: Report.

20

Harriton House: The Archaeologist's Guide.

21

Hopewell Village.

21

Hopewell Village: Photos.

21

Kensington Methodist Church (incl. Photos).

21

"Man Full of Trouble" Tavern: Correspondence.

21

"Man Full of Trouble" Tavern: University of PA Acquisition and Use of, 1992, 1994-1995.

21

"Man Full of Trouble" Tavern: Preliminary Report by Paul Huey (1966).

21

"Man Full of Trouble" Tavern: Report (1 of 2).

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"Man Full of Trouble" Tavern: Report; Photos & Figures (2 of 2).

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"Man Full of Trouble" Tavern: Photographs.

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"Man Full of Trouble" Tavern: Post Class Project (1967) Photos.

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Physick House Garden: Field Data.

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Physick House Garden: Report.

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Physick House Garden: Report Photos, Misc. Photos.

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Ridley Creek State Park: Correspondence/Misc.

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Ridley Creek State Park: Field Notes.

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Ridley Creek State Park: Report.

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Ridley Creek State Park: Villanova Study (1 of 2).

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Ridley Creek State Park: Villanova Study (2 of 2).

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Ridley Creek State Park: Lower Rawle Farm, Oral History Report.

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Ridley Creek State Park: Photographs.

22

Stenton House.

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Tinicum Island (Printzhof).

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310 Cypress Street: Field Specimen Data Sheets.

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310 Cypress Street: Reports.

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Valley Forge; Cressbrook and Lafayette Farms: Field Notes/Miscellaneous.

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Valley Forge; Cressbrook and Lafayette Farms: Reports (incl. Photos).

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Valley Forge; Mount Joy Forge.

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Valley Forge; Virginia Line: Student Critiques.

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Valley Forge; Virginia Line.

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Valley Forge; Wayne's Woods: Field Notebooks.

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Valley Forge; Wayne's Woods: Report.

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Valley Forge; Wayne's Woods: Miscellaneous.

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Walnut Street Prison: Field Note Books.

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Walnut Street Prison: Daily Field Journal (1 of 2).

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Walnut Street Prison: Daily Field Journal (2 of 2).

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Walnut Street Prison: Field Specimen Data Sheets.

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Walnut Street Prison: Artifact Catalog.

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Walnut Street Prison: Project Data Book.

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Walnut Street Prison: Photograph Data Sheets.

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Walnut Street Prison: Student Reports.

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Walnut Street Prison: Final Exams.

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Walnut Street Prison: Test of South Theory.

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Walnut Street Prison: Report.

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Walnut Street Prison: Report (Draft for Publication).

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Walnut Street Prison: Photographs (1 of 2).

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Walnut Street Prison: Photographs (2 of 2).

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Walnut Street Prison: Miscellaneous.

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Waynesborough: Field Data.

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Waynesborough: Report (1 of 2).

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Waynesborough: Report (2 of 2).

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Waynesborough: Student Papers (1 of 2).

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Waynesborough: Student Papers (2 of 2).

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Waynesborough: Photos (Photocopies).

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Waynesborough: Correspondence/Misc.

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Wyck House: Correspondence.

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Wyck House: Field Data (Untranscribed).

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Wyck House: Report (1 of 4).

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Wyck House: Report (2 of 4).

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Wyck House: Report (3 of 4).

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Wyck House: Report (4 of 4).

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Wyck House: Miscellaneous.

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Photographs: Miscellaneous.

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