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Penn Museum Archives [Contact Us]
1895-1904
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Furness, William H., III
Harrison, Alfred Craven, Jr., 1869-1925
Hiller, Hiram Milliken, 1867-1921
Extent: 4.4 linear feet
Between 1895 and 1901, William Furness, III., Alfred C. Harrison, Jr., and Hiram M. Hiller made a series of extended trips to Oceania, South and Southeast Asia, and East Asia. Furness, Harrison, and Hiller all donated or sold substantial collections of ethnographic, archaeological, and skeletal material acquired on the voyages to the Penn Museum. The Furness, Harrison, and Hiller collections, particularly those from Oceania, are extensive and reasonably well-documented for their time.
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Furness, Harrison and Hiller expedition records
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Furness, William H., III Harrison, Alfred Craven, Jr., 1869-1925 Hiller, Hiram Milliken, 1867-1921
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PU-Mu. 1060
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University of Pennsylvania Penn Museum Archives
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4.4 linear feet
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1895-1904
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Between 1895 and 1901, William Furness, III., Alfred C. Harrison, Jr., and Hiram M. Hiller made a series of extended trips to Oceania, South and Southeast Asia, and East Asia. Furness, Harrison, and Hiller all donated or sold substantial collections of ethnographic, archaeological, and skeletal material acquired on the voyages to the Penn Museum. The Furness, Harrison, and Hiller collections, particularly those from Oceania, are extensive and reasonably well-documented for their time.
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Furness, William H., III Harrison, Alfred Craven, Jr., 1869-1925 Hiller, Hiram Milliken, 1867-1921 Culin, Stewart, 1858-1929 Furness, William H., III Harrison, Alfred Craven, Jr., 1869-1925 Hiller, Hiram Milliken, 1867-1921
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Correspondence Field notes Manuscripts for publication Maps Photographic prints Site plans Travelogs
Penn Museum Archives [Contact Us]
1965-2005
(Bulk: 1980-1996)
Creator:
Possehl, , Gregory L., Dr., b. 1941
Extent: 54 cubic feet (the collection consists of twelve records storage containers of correspondence, thirty-seven records storage containers of original notes and data, plus two file boxes of bibliographic cards and note cards )
Gregory L. Possehl, known for his discoveries in India and Pakistan, was born in Tacoma, Washington in 1941 and studied at the University of Washington and the University of Chicago attaining his Ph.D.in anthropology from the latter in 1974. Possehl's field work in Pakistan and India explored the Harappan civilization who populated the Gujarat region of India including the sites of Rojdi, Oriyo Timbo, and Babar Kot from 2500 BC to 2000 BC. Possehl was funded for his work from the late 1970s to the mid 1990s by the Smithsonian Institution and the National Science Foundation. Dr. Possehl is also a noted professor at Penn in the Departments of Anthropology and Oriental Studies and a curator in the Asian section of the Penn Museum. He published award-winning books on the Harappan civilization and trained many future scholars in the field. The Gregory L. Possehl Indus Civilization papers are composed of twelve boxes of correspondence, a seven box visual archive of negatives, slides, photographs and drawings and twenty-three boxes of field data, notebooks, field cards, analysis, professional and publication material and correspondence related to the individual sites and years of the expeditions. There are two small file boxes of notes and a bibliography. Oversize maps, drawings and photographs are placed in eight drawers in the map case.
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Gregory L. Possehl Indus Civilization papers
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Possehl, , Gregory L., Dr., b. 1941
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PU-Mu. 1067
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University of Pennsylvania Penn Museum Archives
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54 cubic feet (the collection consists of twelve records storage containers of correspondence, thirty-seven records storage containers of original notes and data, plus two file boxes of bibliographic cards and note cards )
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1965-2005
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1980-1996
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Gregory L. Possehl, known for his discoveries in India and Pakistan, was born in Tacoma, Washington in 1941 and studied at the University of Washington and the University of Chicago attaining his Ph.D.in anthropology from the latter in 1974. Possehl's field work in Pakistan and India explored the Harappan civilization who populated the Gujarat region of India including the sites of Rojdi, Oriyo Timbo, and Babar Kot from 2500 BC to 2000 BC. Possehl was funded for his work from the late 1970s to the mid 1990s by the Smithsonian Institution and the National Science Foundation. Dr. Possehl is also a noted professor at Penn in the Departments of Anthropology and Oriental Studies and a curator in the Asian section of the Penn Museum. He published award-winning books on the Harappan civilization and trained many future scholars in the field. The Gregory L. Possehl Indus Civilization papers are composed of twelve boxes of correspondence, a seven box visual archive of negatives, slides, photographs and drawings and twenty-three boxes of field data, notebooks, field cards, analysis, professional and publication material and correspondence related to the individual sites and years of the expeditions. There are two small file boxes of notes and a bibliography. Oversize maps, drawings and photographs are placed in eight drawers in the map case.
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1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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1980s 1990s
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Possehl, , Gregory L., Dr., b. 1941 Fairservis,, Walter A., 1921-1994 Possehl, , Gregory L., Dr., b. 1941
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Card catalogs Correspondence Field notes Maps Photographs
Penn Museum Archives [Contact Us]
1891-1956
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Mercer, Henry C., 1856-1930
Extent: 0.3 linear feet
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Henry C. Mercer papers
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Mercer, Henry C., 1856-1930
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PU-Mu. 1161
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University of Pennsylvania Penn Museum Archives
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0.3 linear feet
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1891-1956
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1890s 1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s
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Mercer, Henry C., 1856-1930 Mercer, Henry C., 1856-1930
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Correspondence Field notes
Penn Museum Archives [Contact Us]
1895-1907
Creator:
Hiller, Hiram Milliken, 1867-1921
Extent: 0.4 linear foot
Hiram Milliken Hiller, Jr. was born in 1867 in Kahoka, Missouri to Colonel Hiram Milliken Hiller and Sarah Bell Hiller. He graduated from Parson’s College, Iowa, in 1887 and from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School in 1891. In 1895, he made the first of a series of voyages to the East with Furness and Harrison. From 1895-1901, Hiller visited Borneo, Japan, Sri Lanka, Siberia, and other locations in Asia. Hiller conducted ethnographical studies of the Dayaks of Borneo, the Nagas of Assam, India, and the Ainu of Japan. These letters span the period from October 1895 to May 1907, with the years 1896-1902 the most significantly represented. Most of them are from Hiram Hiller, Jr. to family members in Kahoka, particularly his mother Sarah and his sister Lida Hiller (Lapsley).
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Hiram M. Hiller Personal Papers
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Hiller, Hiram Milliken, 1867-1921
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PU-Mu. 1117
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University of Pennsylvania Penn Museum Archives
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0.4 linear foot
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1895-1907
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Hiram Milliken Hiller, Jr. was born in 1867 in Kahoka, Missouri to Colonel Hiram Milliken Hiller and Sarah Bell Hiller. He graduated from Parson’s College, Iowa, in 1887 and from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School in 1891. In 1895, he made the first of a series of voyages to the East with Furness and Harrison. From 1895-1901, Hiller visited Borneo, Japan, Sri Lanka, Siberia, and other locations in Asia. Hiller conducted ethnographical studies of the Dayaks of Borneo, the Nagas of Assam, India, and the Ainu of Japan. These letters span the period from October 1895 to May 1907, with the years 1896-1902 the most significantly represented. Most of them are from Hiram Hiller, Jr. to family members in Kahoka, particularly his mother Sarah and his sister Lida Hiller (Lapsley).
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1890s 1900s
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Hiller, Hiram Milliken, 1867-1921 Furness, William H., III Hiller, Hiram Milliken, 1867-1921 Hose, Charles, Sir, 1872-1953 Katz, Adria H. Zaifeng, Chun, Prince, 1883-1951
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Correspondence
Penn Museum Archives [Contact Us]
1934-1997
Creator:
Cotter, John L., 1911-1999
Extent: 10.4 linear feet
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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John L. Cotter papers
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Cotter, John L., 1911-1999
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PU-Mu. 1096
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University of Pennsylvania Penn Museum Archives
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10.4 linear feet
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1934-1997
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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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1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s
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English
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Cotter, John L., 1911-1999 Cotter, John L., 1911-1999
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Correspondence Photographs
Penn Museum Archives [Contact Us]
1954-2003
(Bulk: 1960-1965)
Creator:
Reina, Ruben E., 1924-
Extent: 2.5 linear feet
Ruben Reina was born in 1924 in Argentina and educated at the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. His first appointment was as an Instructor of Anthropology and Sociology at Women's College at the University of North Carolina. Dr. Reina followed this teaching experience with an Assistant Professorship in Anthropology at the University of Puerto Rico for the academic year 1956-1957 and then assumed an Assistant Professorship in the Anthropology Department of the University of Pennsylvania. Ruben E. Reina's fieldwork began while he was an undergraduate with expeditions in the Guatemalan Highlands, Mexico, and a mountain community in North Carolina. Subsequent trips took him to Puerto Rico; Peten, Guatemala; British Honduras; the Yucatan; Argentina; Spain; Brazil; British Guiana; Turkey; Iran(Hasanlu expedition); and Antigua, Zunil, and Coban, Guatemala. Dr. Reina also did extensive ethnohistoric research at the Archivo General de Indias in Seville Spain. The Ruben E. Reina papers consist of two archival boxes of correspondence, field notes, writings, Penn Museum exhibits, photographs and films.
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Ruben E. Reina Papers
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Reina, Ruben E., 1924-
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PU-Mu. 1156
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University of Pennsylvania Penn Museum Archives
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2.5 linear feet
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1954-2003
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1960-1965
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Ruben Reina was born in 1924 in Argentina and educated at the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. His first appointment was as an Instructor of Anthropology and Sociology at Women's College at the University of North Carolina. Dr. Reina followed this teaching experience with an Assistant Professorship in Anthropology at the University of Puerto Rico for the academic year 1956-1957 and then assumed an Assistant Professorship in the Anthropology Department of the University of Pennsylvania. Ruben E. Reina's fieldwork began while he was an undergraduate with expeditions in the Guatemalan Highlands, Mexico, and a mountain community in North Carolina. Subsequent trips took him to Puerto Rico; Peten, Guatemala; British Honduras; the Yucatan; Argentina; Spain; Brazil; British Guiana; Turkey; Iran(Hasanlu expedition); and Antigua, Zunil, and Coban, Guatemala. Dr. Reina also did extensive ethnohistoric research at the Archivo General de Indias in Seville Spain. The Ruben E. Reina papers consist of two archival boxes of correspondence, field notes, writings, Penn Museum exhibits, photographs and films.
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1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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1960s
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English
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Reina, Ruben E., 1924- Broman de Morales, Vivian Dyson, Robert H., 1927- Reina, Ruben E., 1924-
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Manuscripts for publication Photographs
Penn Museum Archives [Contact Us]
1916-1919
Creator:
Booy, Theodoor Hendrik Nikolaas de, 1882-1919
Extent: 0.13 linear foot (the collection consists of two folders of correspondence and linguistic material and two folders of photographs in an archival box. the lantern slide collection from the expedition is in the photographic section)
Theodoor deBooy, a native of the Netherlands, immigrated to the United States in 1906, becoming a citizen in 1916. Trained neither as an archaeologist nor anthropologist, he nevertheless traveled independently to the Bahamas in 1911 to study the Caicos group of islands and, in 1912, published his "Lucayan Remains on the Caicos Islands." From that time on, de Booy dedicated himself to the field of archaeology. The collection includes correspondence with George Byron Gordon, Director of the Penn Museum, a catalog of artifacts, photographs, a bibliography of the region, and lists of his lantern slides, how they should be colored, and how used in publication by the Museum.
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Theodoor de Booy Sierra de Perija expedition records
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Booy, Theodoor Hendrik Nikolaas de, 1882-1919
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PU-Mu. 1122
repository
University of Pennsylvania Penn Museum Archives
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0.13 linear foot (the collection consists of two folders of correspondence and linguistic material and two folders of photographs in an archival box. the lantern slide collection from the expedition is in the photographic section)
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1916-1919
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Theodoor deBooy, a native of the Netherlands, immigrated to the United States in 1906, becoming a citizen in 1916. Trained neither as an archaeologist nor anthropologist, he nevertheless traveled independently to the Bahamas in 1911 to study the Caicos group of islands and, in 1912, published his "Lucayan Remains on the Caicos Islands." From that time on, de Booy dedicated himself to the field of archaeology. The collection includes correspondence with George Byron Gordon, Director of the Penn Museum, a catalog of artifacts, photographs, a bibliography of the region, and lists of his lantern slides, how they should be colored, and how used in publication by the Museum.
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1910s
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Booy, Theodoor Hendrik Nikolaas de, 1882-1919 Booy, Theodoor Hendrik Nikolaas de, 1882-1919 Gordon, G. B. (George Byron), 1870-1927
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Correspondence Photographs
Penn Museum Archives [Contact Us]
1938-2005
(Bulk: 1963-1992)
Creator:
Davenport, William H., 1922-2004
Extent: 10 linear feet
The William H. Davenport collection includes records from field research in the Santa Cruz Islands, Guadalcanal and San Cristobal Islands, and other Solomon Islands; the Moluccas and Sulawesi in Indonesia; and Sarawak in Malaysia, among other locations. Materials span the period from 1952-2002 and contain records primarily related to Davenport's field research, professional activities, student mentoring, and articles and publications.
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William H. Davenport papers
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Davenport, William H., 1922-2004
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PU-Mu. 1133.2005.20
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University of Pennsylvania Penn Museum Archives
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10 linear feet
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1938-2005
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1963-1992
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The William H. Davenport collection includes records from field research in the Santa Cruz Islands, Guadalcanal and San Cristobal Islands, and other Solomon Islands; the Moluccas and Sulawesi in Indonesia; and Sarawak in Malaysia, among other locations. Materials span the period from 1952-2002 and contain records primarily related to Davenport's field research, professional activities, student mentoring, and articles and publications.
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1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s
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English
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Davenport, William H., 1922-2004 Davenport, Nancy Davenport, William H., 1922-2004 University of Pennsylvania. Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
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Birth certificates Correspondence Faculty papers Field notes Maps Military records Scrapbooks Syllabi
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