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Lucy T. Shoe Meritt papers

M50

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Bryn Mawr College. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Bryn Mawr College
Creator:
Meritt, Lucy T. Shoe, 1906-2003
Title:
Lucy T. Shoe Meritt papers
Date [inclusive]:
1888-2003
Call Number:
M50
Extent:
28 Boxes
Language:
English
Abstract:
Lucy T. Shoe Meritt (1906- 2003) was an acclaimed archaeologist, scholar, teacher and editor who received her B.A, M.A, and Ph.D degrees from Bryn Mawr. During her life time, Shoe Meritt taught at Mount Holyoke College and the University of Texas at Austin, was a fellow at the American Academy of Rome, and served as the Editor of Publications for the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. Additionally, she was a member of the Institute for Advanced Study and the American Institute of Archaeology. She received the Gold Medal of the Archaeological Institute of America for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement in 1976. The collection is largely comprised of Shoe Meritt?s correspondence with her family and notable scholars who were her contemporaries. It also includes diaries, publications, academic and professional papers, as well as photographs, postcards and scrapbooks.
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Biography/History

The renowned archaeologist, scholar, teacher, and editor Lucy Taxis Shoe was born on the 7th of August 1906 in Camden, New Jersey. Her fascination with antiquity began at age nine, with a visit to the Memorial Hall of Philadelphia where she saw by chance the stereopticon views of Pompeii left over from an 1876 exhibit. By the time she began to attend the Philadelphia High School for Girls (1919-1923), Lucy already knew that she wanted to be an archaeologist, and her teachers took extra time to work with her outside of class in order to make sure she was prepared to meet Bryn Mawr College's entrance requirements. She graduated with honors and was accepted by Bryn Mawr College on a partial scholarship (1923-1935). At Bryn Mawr Lucy earned her A.B., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees and began the preparation for her well-known studies of ancient architectural moldings.

During the years 1929-1934, Lucy studied at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens as a fellow in archaeology. She then worked for a time as a slide cataloger in the Art Department of Smith College (November 1935-June 1936), before accepting a position as Assistant Professor (1937-1941) and then as Associate Professor (1941-1950) at Mount Holyoke College. During her time at Mount Holyoke, she was also periodically in residence as a fellow at the American Academy of Rome. From 1950 until 1972 she was the Editor of Publications for the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. In 1964 she married her colleague Benjamin D. Meritt and in 1972 they both moved to Austin to her family home. There she accepted a position as a visiting professor and scholar at the University of Texas at Austin, which she maintained until her death in 2003. She was also a member of the Institute for Advanced Study and the American Institute of Archaeology, among other institutions. Her awards include the Gold Medal of the Archaeological Institute of America for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement, (1976) and honorary degrees from Brown University (1974) and Hamilton College (1994).

Throughout her life, Lucy Shoe Meritt corresponded with an extensive pool of notable scholars. In particular, her correspondence reveals consistent epistolary relationships with other early female archaeologists, especially with Dorothy Burr Thompson, Dorothy Hill, and Paola Zancani Montuoro. The bulk of her sustained correspondence, however, was with her parents, and extends from about 1910 to 1969. Her correspondence as a whole, together with the transcripts of some of her oral history tapes from the University of Texas at Austin and the diaries she kept as an undergraduate provides valuable information not only for the curious classicist, but also for the social historian.

Scope and Contents

The collection includes 28 boxes of materials, dating from c. 18? to 2003. The collection is divided into the following six main categories: (1) Correspondence; (2) Publications; (3) Academic Materials; (4) Professional Affiliations; (5) Biographical Materials; (6) Visual Materials.

I. Correspondence (Boxes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) comprises the bulk of the collection and contains personal and professional letters. The family letters include incoming and outgoing correspondence with her parents, grandparents, various other relatives, and a few letters exchanged with her husband, Benjamin Meritt. Perhaps in part due to her position as Editor of Publications for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, the boundaries between personal and professional are often blurred, and her letters tend to represent a mingling of business and the personal. There is also incoming correspondence from a large number of other scholars and personal friends, among them Rhys Carpenter, Dorothy Burr and Homer A. Thompson, Cornelia Coulter, Doreen Canaday Spitzer, C.K. Williams, Agnes Kirsopp Michels, Mary Swindler, Francis Bacon, Lucy Talcott, Lily Ross Taylor, Rodney Young, Luisa Banti, and Geoffrey Woodhead. The collection includes a handful of letters written to Louise Fitz Randolph (Professor at Mount Holyoke in 1892) from antiquity dealers and the scholar Alexander van Millingen, concerning Egyptian artifacts and Hamdy Bey's work on the Sidon sarcophagus - but how these came to be in Lucy's possession is not clear. The majority of the professional correspondence concerns the ASCSA, as well as various queries from other scholars, and is located in Boxes 13 and 14.

II. Publications are subdivided into two categories. The first of these, LSM Publications, Reviews, Lectures, etc. (Box 7) include a few of Lucy Shoe Meritt's publications in various stages of proofs and drafts, particularly the History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. There are also parts of her Profiles of Greek Mouldings and several off-prints of her articles and reviews. The second, Works of Others (Box 8) contain the works of other scholars, several of which are inscribed to Lucy Shoe Meritt by their authors.

III. Academic Materials are also subdivided into three categories. Academic Posts (Box 9) include grade books and course information from some of her courses at Mount Holyoke and correspondence concerning her positions at Mount Holyoke and at Austin. School Materials (Boxes 10 and 11) are represented by various notes and notebooks as well as academic reports from her time at the Philadelphia High School for Girls and at Bryn Mawr College. Notes, Notepads, and Clippings (Boxes 9 and 12) contain her miscellaneous notes, some of which are devoted to particular subjects such as the earthquake damage at Old Corinth, Greek temples, and ancient Greek sites.

IV. Professional Affiliations (Boxes 13 and 14) contain professional documents relating to ASCSA business, with lesser amounts of correspondence pertaining to the other societies to which she belonged.

V. Biographical Materials (Boxes 15 and 16) include materials from exhibits and symposia in Lucy Shoe Meritt's honor, several obituaries of other notable scholars and colleagues, transcripts of interviews, birth, marriage, and property documents, and permissions for excavations. Of particular note are four diaries, three of which give brief daily accounts of her life at Bryn Mawr College.

VI. Visual Materials (Boxes 17 -27) are divided into 9 series. They consist largely of photographs and negatives of family members, colleagues, and archeological sites. There are also miscellaneous plates for publications, sketches, and landscape watercolors. Also included is the metal template used to carve the Doric capital of the Hephaisteion when it was restored in 1934. Of particular note are the photographs of buildings and individuals affiliated with the ASCSA (Series V).

Series I: Personal Photographs Personal Photographs consists of photographs of Lucy Shoe, sometimes depicting other individuals. In the latter case, the photographs are cross-listed with those in Series II. Series I is furthermore sub-divided into four chronological categories:

1. 1906-1923, which include early photographs of Lucy as a child and as a student at the Philadelphia High School for Girls;

2. 1924-35, which include Bryn Mawr, NJ, and Philadelphia photographs as well as from Lucy's time abroad as a fellow in Athens;

3. 1936-1972, which contain photographs from her time in Athens, at Mt. Holyoke, Princeton, etc.;

4. 1973-2003, which are largely of Lucy at home and at the University- Texas at Austin.

Series II: Photographs of Family and Friends is divided into Family photographs and photographs of Friends & Colleagues and arranged alphabetically according to name.

Series III: Home and Travel contains photographs of places, namely of Bryn Mawr and LSM's trips to Germany, South America, and other locales.

Series IV: Ancient Sites and Artifacts consists of photographs, negatives, and drawings from various ancient sites (Cosa, Corinth, Aulis, and the Athenian Agora) as well as materials related to her research on Ionic capitals.

Series V: Classical Institutions, is subdivided into the American School at Athens and the American Academy at Rome. The majority of the photographs feature photographs of buildings and individuals affiliated with the ASCSA, some of which were used in LSM's The History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

Series VI: Photographic Collections of Others include photographs of Benjamin Meritt, Shirely Atchley, Doreen Canaday Spitzer, and others.

Series VII: Miscellaneous and Unidentified Photographs is comprised of miscellaneous and unidentified photographs.

Series VIII: Mouldings contains photographs, drawings, plates and correspondence and is arranged by geographical location and site.

Series IX: Other Materials consist of rubbings, templates, drawings, watercolors, and publication plates.

Other collections of Lucy Shoe Meritt's materials may be found at the Alexander Architectural Archive of the General Libraries of the University of Texas at Austin.

Other Lucy Shoe Meritt materials may be located in the Bryn Mawr Art and Archaeology Collections.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Bryn Mawr College

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by ?, Melissa Torquato

Revision Description

Reviewed for MARC record. 2014 July 21

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions

The Lucy T. Shoe Meritt papers are the physical property of Bryn Mawr College Special Collections. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors' legal heirs and assigns.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Bequest.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
  • Archaeological Institute of America.
  • Bryn Mawr College.
  • Hesperia.
  • Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.).
  • Mount Holyoke College.
  • Smith College.
  • University of Texas.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence.
  • Diaries.
  • Family papers.
  • Newsletters
  • Notebooks
  • Pamphlets
  • Photograph albums
  • Postcards
  • Publications.
Geographic Name(s)
  • Bryn Mawr (Pa.)
  • Greece
Personal Name(s)
  • Carpenter, Rhys, 1890-1980
  • Herr, Helen
  • Mellink, Machteld J. (Machteld Johanna), 1917-2006
  • Meritt, Benjamin Dean, 1899-1989
  • Meritt, Lucy T. Shoe, 1906-2003
  • Philippides, Mary Zelia Pease, 1906-2009
  • Swindler, Mary Hamilton, 1994-1967
  • Thompson, Dorothy Burr, 1900-2001
  • Thompson, Homer A. , 1906-2000
Subject(s)
  • Archaeological expeditions
  • Archaeology
  • Archaeology, history, and classical studies
  • Architecture
  • Art
  • Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
  • Education.
  • Research notes and discussions papers
  • Schools--Records and correspondence
  • Travel

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Collection Inventory

Correspondence.

Family Correspondence.

Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence with Parents, 1919-1935, 1919-1935.

Box Folder

1919-22.

1 1

1923.

1 2

1924.

1 3

1925-6.

1 4

1927.

1 5

1928.

1 6

1929.

1 7

1930.

1 8

1931.

1 9

1932.

1 10

1933.

1 11

1934.

1 12

1935.

1 13

Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence with Parents, 1936-1969, 1936-1969.

Box Folder

1936-7.

2 1

1938.

2 2

1939.

2 3

1940.

2 4

1941.

2 5

1942.

2 6

1943.

2 7

1944-5.

2 8

1946-7.

2 9

1948-9.

2 10

1950.

2 11

1951-3.

2 12

1954-6.

2 13

1957-61.

2 14

1962-69.

2 15

undated letters.

2 16

Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence with Other Family Members.

Box Folder

LSM to Benjamin Meritt (1968 June - 1977 May), 1968-1977.

3 1

Benjamin Meritt to LSM (1958 Apr - 1977 May), 1958-1977.

3 2

LSM and her father, William "Dub" Shoe (c. 1909 Jan - 1942 Oct), 1909-1942.

3 3

Lucy and her grandparents, Thomas and Lydia Dunning. (Some letters are also addressed to or signed by Aunt Lydia.)(1919-1943), 1919-1943.

3 4

Lucy and Aunt Lydia J. Dunning (1921 Aug - 1945 Nov), 1921-1945.

3 5

Lucy and Uncle Cellie (Marcellus Balderston)(1906 Aug - 1935 Oct), 1906-1935.

3 6

Lucy and various other relatives, among them Aunt Louise, Aunt Margaret, Aunt Anne, Aunt Martie (Mrs. Chas. S. Paxson), Aunt Adeline, Uncle Thomas, and Arthur Meritt (c. 1914 Mar - 1989 Mar), 1914-1989.

3 7

Thomas Dunning and his daughter, Mary E. Dunning Shoe (1906 Aug - 1943 Aug), 1906-1943.

3 8

Thomas Dunning to Mary and William Shoe (1908 - 1935), 1908-1935.

3 9

Other Family members to Mary and William Shoe.

3 11

Other Family members to William Shoe. Includes letters from brother G.W. Eachus Shoe, C. Paxson, Thomas and Lydia Dunning, Walter Adams, and his own father (1908 May - 1941 July), 1908-1941.

3 11

Mary and her husband William Shoe (1903 March - 1941 June), 1903-1941.

3 13

Mary and various other individuals, among them: sisters Margaret, Louise, Martie; E.R. Leavitt, Louise and brother Bud; Helen; Aunt (Marnie?); cousins Anna Balderston and Mrs. Walter L. Bassell; Uncle Isaiah Balderston; Uncle Frederick Williams; Uncle Cellie; Mrs. A. T. Houck; and Reuben Williams, secretary to Texas Governor O'Daniel (with a copy of the governor's Mother's Day broadcast)(1903 Sept - 1946 June), 1903-1946.

3 14

Helen Herr (cousin) to Lucy (1969 July - 1993 Apr), 1969-1993.

3 15

Lucy to Helen Herr.

3 16

Other miscellaneous family letters.

3 17

Incoming Personal Correspondence.

Box

Akurgal, Ekram (1962-1964), 1962-1964.

4

Alcorn, Jane [Mrs. Herbert S.] (c. 1960 Spring), 1960.

4

Aldrich, Amey and Chester H. (c. 1949 May - 1957), 1949-1957.

4

Allison, Mary P. (1936 July - 1937 May), 1936-1937.

4

Allyn, Harriet M. (c. 1943 July - 1956 Dec), 1943-1956.

4

Amandry, Pierre (c. 1951 Oct - 2002 Jan), 1951-2002.

4

Andrewes, Antony (Tony)(c. 1986 - 1989), 1986-1989.

4

Andrews, Kevin (1954 Dec), 1954.

4

Armstrong, Carol (1962 July - 1963 Mar), 1962-1963.

4

Bacon, Francis Henry (known as "Uncle" to archaeologists) (1922 Dec - 1939), 1922-1939.

4

Banti, Luisa (c. 1953 Dec - 1964), 1953-1964.

4

Barlow, Claude (1939 Aug - 1954 Jan), 1939-1954.

4

Battle, W.J. (1936 July - 1952 Apr) (with clippings about his death from Mary N. E Dozier and notes from his nephew Kemp D. Battle), 1936-1952.

4

Baugh, Albert and Nita, 1976.

4

Bell, Whitfield, J. (c. 1971 Apr - 1989 Jul), 1971-1989.

4

Bickler, Mazie M. (c. 1967 Nov -1975 Oct), 1967-1975.

4

Bieber, Marguerite.

4

Blake, Marion E. (1944 - 1961 Jan), 1944-1961.

4

[Bleicken?] Anne and Jochen (c. 1972 Aug - 1974 Dec), 1972-1974.

4

Boehringer, Erich (1954 Jan - 1962 Dec), 1954-1962.

4

Bowman, Ruth, 1969.

4

Bosanquet, Barbara, 1942-1970.

4

Bradeen, Mary Lou, 1977-1989.

4

Brewster, Ethel H (1937 Sept - 1942 Jan), 1937-1942.

4

Brian, Margaret, 1967-1974.

Box

Broneer, Frank et al.

4

Broneer, Oscar (1939 Nov - 1976 Feb), 1939-1976.

4

Broneer, Verna (1934 Aug - 1947 June), 1934-1947.

4

Broughlin, T.R.S (Bob), 1982-1989.

4

Brown, Frank Edward (c. 1950 Oct - 1965 Apr), 1950-1965.

4

Brown, Rozel (c. 1967 Jan - 1978 Dec), 1976-1978.

4

Brubeck, Marcia, 1976-1977.

4

Bruns, Gerda (1934 Aug - Feb 1967), 1934-1967.

4

Buerger, Ottilia (1958 Dec - Jan 1959), 1958-1959.

4

Burn, Robin (1966- Jan 1985), 1966-1985.

4

Byerman, Mary-Margaret, 1986-1987.

4

Capps, Edward, 1936-1946.

4

Carpenter, Rhys (and Eleanor)(c. 1932 Mar - 1971 Apr), 1932-1971.

4

Carter, Joe (1974 May), 1974.

4

Caskey, John L. ("Jack") (1967 Dec), 1967.

4

Chambers, Mortimer (1989-1990), 1989-1990.

4

Cherniss, Ruth M. (c. 1965 - 1996), 1965-1996.

4

Connor, Robert (1985-1986), 1985-1986.

4

Coulter, Cornelia (1937 June - 1960 Nov), 1937-1960.

4

Cronheim, Widdy (c. 1923), 1923.

4

Daly, Lloyd W. (1972 May - 1984 Feb), 1972-1984.

4

Daux, Georges (1973 Dec 4), 1973.

4

Davidson, Gladys.

4

Deane, Sidney N. (1939 Sept - 1962 Sept), 1939-1962.

4

Deferrari, Roy J. (1958 Apr - 1966 Jan), 1958-1966.

4

Dinsmoor, William (Architectural historian of ancient Greece) and Zillah. (c. 1953 May - 1960 Oct.), 1953-1960.

4

Dohan, Edith Hall (Archaeologist, also trained at Bryn Mawr College).

4

Donaldson, Katherine (c. 1942 Jul - 1974 June), 1942-1974.

4

Drought, Ethel T.

4

Duell, Prentice (1894-1960, Archaeologist, Architect, Bryn Mawr Professor)(1932 May - 1938 Sept), 1932-1938.

4

Economidy, Marie, 1941-1942.

4

Edwards, Katherine M. (c. 1935 Feb - 1942 Apr), 1935-1942.

4

Erim, Kenan T. (c. 1972-1974), 1972-1974.

4

Fineberg, Stephen (c. 1975), 1975.

4

Foss, Florence, 1943-1944.

4

Frantz, Alison (c. 1973-1989), 1973-1989.

4

Frazer, Violet C. (1923 July 23), 1923.

4

Goggin, Mary (1954 June -1978 June), 1954-1978.

4

Goodwin, Marguerite Lee (1943 Jul), 1943.

4

Goodwin, Nancy (1943 June - 1949 Sept), 1943-1949.

4

Grinnell, Isabel (c. 1941-1943), 1941-1943.

4

Griswold, Ralph and Dorothy.

4

Grossman, Betty (1958 Apr - 1960 Apr), 1958-1960.

4

H., Emilie, 1951-1974.

4

Hardwood, Floyd C. (1967 Aug - 1970 Jan), 1967-1970.

4

Harland, J.P (1948 Dec 13), 1948.

4

Hastings, Harold R. (1958 Dec 13), 1958.

4

Haywood, Charlotte (1943 Aug 22), 1943.

4

Henry, Margaret, 1982-1996.

4

Hersom, Shirley (c. 1948 - 1994), 1948-1994.

4

Hill, Dorothy Kent (c. 1931 Jan -1984 Jul), 1931-1984.

4

Hill, Emeline [Richardson].

4

Hill, Priscilla [Capps] (c. 1943 - 1970), 1943-1970.

4

Holland, Louise (c. 1950 - 1978), 1950-1978.

4

Hollinshead, Mary, 1972-1997.

4

Howland, Richard H.(SEE EXTERNAL CORRES)(c. 1971 May - 1997 Jan), 1971-1997.

4

Hyde, Gertrude S. (1937 Feb - 1949 Mar), 1937-1949.

4

Immerwahr, Sally (SEE EXTERNAL)(c. 1979-1989), 1979-1989.

4

Irwin, Sara (1988 May 10), 1988.

4

Jameson, Mike, 1985-1996.

4

Jeffery, Anne (c. 1962), 1962.

4

Jeffery, L. H. (1954 Jan), 1954.

4

Johnson, Mrs. A. C. (Laura).

4

Jones, Frances F. (c. 1936 - 1989), 1936-1989.

4

Kernan, Kent (c. 1943-1950), 1943-1950.

4

Kerr, Hope T., 1997-2000.

4

Kosmopoulos, Leslie Walker, 1941-1948.

4

Lang, Mabel (1974 Aug - 1995 June), 1974-1995.

4

Langdon, Merle (+ 1 from Joan K. Langdon), 1970.

4

Leach, Ellie [Eleanor Winsor] (c. 1995), 1995.

4

Lewis, David (1973 Dec - 1989 Jul), 1973-1989.

4

Lind, Melva (1979 April), 1979.

4

Longabardi, Mina (1937 Nov -1986), 1937-1986.

4

M., Clara (c. 1956 Aug - 1977 Jul), 1956-1977.

4

Mallowan, M.E.L. and Agatha (1967 Jan - 1974 Jan), 1967-1974.

4

Malz, Gertrude (c. 1935 Jul - 1989 Aug), 1935-1989.

4

Matson, Fred R. (c. 1937 Dec - 1996), 1937-1996.

4

McAllister, Marian H., 1972-2000.

4

McBride, Katherine (1944 Feb 29), 1944.

4

McCluer, Etelka (c. 1941 - 1975), 1941-1975.

4

McDonald, Bill and Lib, 1974-1989.

4

McGregor, Malcolm and Marguerite.

4

McKeen, Ginny.

4

McKendrick, Paul, 1976-1979.

Box

McKibben, Betty and Bill.

4

McNeese, Mary, 1974.

4

McPherson, Mary Patterson, 1988-1993.

4

Mellink, Machteld.

4

Meritt, Elizabeth K. (Betty).

4

Michels, Agnes Kirsopp (Nan) (c. 1950-1989), 1950-1989.

4

Mill, A.J. (Anna), 1942-1975.

4

Miller, Steve and Stella (c. 1971-1997), 1971-1997.

4

Miner, Dorothy (1961 Mar 20), 1961.

4

Moffatt, Jeanne Lee (1940s), 1940-1950.

4

Moore, Jean (c. 1968), 1968.

4

Morgan, Charles, 1946-1983.

4

Morgan, Emma (1960s), 1950-1960.

5

Morris, Ellenor (Ellie) (1940s - 1960s), 1940-1970.

5

Morrison, Sara (1920s), 1920-1930.

5

Murphy, Mike and Ruth, 1991-1998.

5

Mylonas, George E. (1951 Feb- Mar), 1951.

5

Naylor, Martha, 1993.

5

Newhall, Agnes E. (1925 - various), 1925.

5

Noe, William and Dorothy (1970s?), 1970-1980.

5

Norwood, Luella (c. 1941 Sept - 1969 Jan), 1941-1969.

5

Nye, Betty.

5

Oliver, Jim and Janet, 1953-1982.

5

Orcutt, Marion, 1955-1979.

5

Palmer (1950s?), 1950-1960.

5

Park, Marion, 1930.

5

Paxson, Thomas and Lily (1973 Dec 29), 1973.

5

Pearce, Agnes, 1929.

5

Pease, Mary Zelia (1930s (?) - 1970), 1930-1970.

6

Peckham, John F., 1973.

5

Phillips, Kyle, 1961-1986.

5

Phillips, Mrs. Kyle (Millie), 1969-1989.

5

Pillsbury, M. E. (1925 Summer), 1925.

5

Pinkerton, Sara (1925 Jun 25), 1925.

5

Raubitshek, Isabel and Toni (c. 1982 -1996), 1982-1996.

5

Regley, Mary and Martha, 1917-1921.

5

Reynolds, Nancy, 1944-1946.

5

Richards, Glenda, 1958-1976.

5

Richardson, Mrs. Lawrence (Emmy) (+1 from Larry) (c. 1977-1996), 1977-1996.

5

Richter, Gisela, 1934-1970.

5

Ridgway, B.S, 1972-1988.

5

Robinson, Mrs. C.A. [Celia] STILLWELL.

5

Robinson, Henry M. (c. 1937-1953), 1937-1953.

5

Roebuck, Carl and Mary (c. 1948-1973), 1948-1973.

5

Roux, Georges.

5

Ryberg, Inez, 1966-1967.

5

Saint-Cyr, Ellen, 1950-1951.

5

Santangelo, Maria, 1953-1974.

5

Savage, Susan (c. 1943-1944), 1943-1944.

5

Scramuzza, Bethel, 1974-1980.

5

Seltzer, Evelyn, 1923.

5

Shear, Bucky [Mrs. Leslie T.], 1952-2000.

5

Shear, Josephine (c. 1952-1959), 1952-1959.

5

Shelly, Joe.

5

Shepard, Katharine (c. 1956-1973), 1956-1973.

5

Shero, L.R. (1938 Jul 29), 1938.

5

Simon, Erika, 1976-1981.

5

Sj?quist, Gurli, 1970-1974.

5

Smallwood, Mary E. (c. 1972-1989), 1972-1989.

5

Smith, Bill (1933-1936, various), 1933-1936.

5

Smith, Nancy [Mrs. E. Baldwin], 1957.

5

Spitzer, Doreen Canaday (c. 1939-2000), 1939-2000.

5

Stefanovic, Ginny, 1977-1979.

5

Sterling, Dow, 1932-1986.

5

Sterling, Libby (1935 - various), 1935.

5

Stevens, Gorham Phillips, 1953-1957.

5

Stillwell, R. (Dick) (c. 1957-1973), 1957-1973.

5

Swindler, Mary (c. 1929-1943), 1929-1943.

5

Tait, Marion (c.1942-1948), 1942-1948.

5

Talcott, Lucy (1935 - (many n.d.)), 1935.

5

Taylor, Lily Ross, 1936-1960.

5

Thompson, Homer and Dorothy Burr, 1930-1966.

5

Thompson, Lola Rivers (1970s), 1970-1980.

5

Traill, John, 1971-1998.

5

Trimble, Susan, 1974-1980.

5

Turner, Louise and Eric, 1976.

5

Uhlfelder, Myra L. (c. 1951-1963), 1951-1963.

5

Vanderpool, Eugene.

5

Vanderpool, Joan.

5

Wace, Helen, 1952.

5

Walker, Adaline (c. 1973-1980), 1973-1980.

5

Walton, Francis (Frank)(c. 1937-1954), 1937-1954.

5

Weed, Thurlow B. and Agnes, 1951-1969.

5

Weinberg, Gladys, 1935-1987.

5

Wheeler, Janette and John.

5

White, Mary, 1971-1974.

5

Whitehead, Elizabeth A. (Betsy)(1978 Mar 22), 1978.

5

Whiting, Gerry.

5

Wienecke, Martha, 1971-1975.

5

Williams, C.K. (Charles Kaufman, "Chuck"), 1961-1996.

5

Wofford, Harris (1977 July 29), 1977.

5

Woodhead, Dora, 1974-1981.

5

Woodhead, Geoffrey, 1962-2003.

5

Wycherley, ? (c. 1960-1985), 1960-1985.

6

Young, Rodney S. (c. 1930-1962), 1930-1962.

6

Zancani Montuoro, Paola (c. 1937-1974), 1937-1974.

6

Miscellaneous personal and professional correspondence (1888 - 1944), 1888-1944.

6

Miscellaneous personal and professional correspondence (1945 - 1960), 1945-1960.

6

Miscellaneous personal and professional correspondence (1961 - 1973), 1961-1973.

6

Miscellaneous personal and professional correspondence (1974 - 1980), 1974-1980.

6

Miscellaneous personal and professional correspondence (1981 - 1990), 1981-1990.

6

Miscellaneous personal and professional correspondence (1991 - 2003 + empty envelopes), 1991-2003.

6

Miscellaneous personal and professional correspondence (undated).

6

Christmas cards.

6

Lucy - misc. letters, drafts.

6

Miscellaneous papers from personal and professional correspondence.

6

Miscellaneous correspondence not to Lucy Shoe Meritt.

6

Anwsered.

6

Greek letters.

6

Bache - Bell.

6
Letters to Louise Fitz Randolph.
6
Box

Millingen, Alexander van. 3 ALS. (Regarding Hamdy Bey's work on the Sidon Sarcophagi.), 1983-1985.

6

Sieveking, Dr. J[ohannes]. ALS. With three photographs of an original ancient statue head and the reproductions enclosed. In German, with original envelope., 1912.

6

ALS. Lists Egyptian objects bought by Randolph and to be paid for in Cairo., 1909.

6

2 ALS. From El-Hagg Med Mohasseb and Son, regarding antiquities sent to Randolph.

6

Misc. letters to Benjamin Meritt.

6 6

Correspondence with former teachers.

6 6

Alice.

6

Bertha.

6

Betty.

6

Bill.

6

Carl.

6

Connie.

6

Eleanor.

6

Eula and Caroline.

6

Works of Others.

Box Folder

Andrews, Kevin. Castles of the Morea. Gennadeion Monographs IV. Printer's proof. June 1953., 1953.

8 10

Binder, Judith. Athens Survey, 1976. "The Monuments, Sites, Place-Names and Cults of Athens Known from the Written Sources and Remains.".

8 11

Bujskich, Alla. Article, translation, and correspondence.

8 12

Carter, J.C. "The Sculpture of the Altar of Athena at Priene.".

8 13

Caskey, L.D. "Dictionary of Architectural Terms." AMs. With drawings.

8 14

Kase, Edward. Abstract and project description. With letter, January 1975.

8 15

McCauley, Lucy. "Prologue: An Archeology of Memory." Draft. 2003 Jan 1.

8 16

Meritt, B.D. "Epigraphical Studies in Greece." 1970. Inscribed to Lucy.

8 17
Miller, Stella.
8 18
Box Folder

a) Offprint - "Architectural Blocks from the Strymon." 1974. Inscribed to Lucy and Ben.

8 18

b) Offprint - "The Tomb of Lyson and Kallikles" (with Charalambos I. Makaronas). Archaeology 27, no. 4 (1974).

8 18

c) "An Elaborate Pin of Illyrian Type from Thessaly." Antike Kunst 29 (1986). Inscribed to Lucy.

8 18

d) "Alexander's Funeral Cart." Photocopy.

8 18

e) "Archaic Relief Wares from the Nemea Area." Photocopy of proof. 1985.

8 18

f) "Macedonian Tombs: Their Architecture and Architectural Decoration." From Studies in the History of Art Volume 10. Offprint. Inscribed to Lucy.

8 18

g) Review of "The Architectural Development of the Greek Stoa, by J.J. Coulton. AJA 83 (1979). Offprint. Inscribed to Lucy and Ben.

8 18

Phillips, Kyle. (Envelope containing "Poggio Civitate (Murlo): A Review Summary 1966-80, Excavations in the Archaic Meeting Hall." TD. With newspaper clipping.).

8 19

Sj?quist, E. "Timoeleonte e Morgantina.".

8 20

Stillwell, Agnes Newhall. "Corinth" Volume XV, Part II, The Potter's Quarter: The Terracottas.".

4 21

Thompson, Margaret. The Athenian Agora: Results of Excavations: Coins From the Roman Through the Venetian Periods. 1954. Printers' proof.

8 22

Thompson, Homer A. The Abraham Flexner Memorial Lecture, May 22, 1975: "The Philosopher in the Marketplace: Gleanings from the Excavation of the Athenian Agora, 1931-1975." Association of the Members of the Institute for Advanced Study. Two typescripts and the typed introductions of Thompson by another individual.

8 23

Twele, Jochen R. A. "Columellam?aut mensam?aut labellum." Inscribed to Lucy.

8 24

Walsh, John. Typed essay, untitled.

8 25

Walton, Francis. "The Balkans." With another unsigned typescript.

8 26

Wiseman, James.

8 27

Woodhead, Geoffrey A. "Edward Braddock, 1693(?)-1755. Address Given in the College Chapel at the Commemoration of Benefactors, 3rd December 1982." Typed, with note from A.G. Woodhead attached.

8 28
Materials regarding the date of the Stoa of Zeus.
8 29
Box Folder

a) Letters from Homer A. Thompson, Pierre Amandry.

8 29

b) Photocopy of Noel Robertson's "The Headquarters of the Nine Archons in the Athenian Agora." 1983. With review from AJA 88, 1984.

8 29

c) Miscellaneous notes.

8 29

d) Photocopy of W.B. Dinsmoor's "Temple of Athena at Sounion: Catalogue of Capitals.".

8 29

Works by unknown authors.

8 30
Box

Geagan, Daniel, Helen, and Augusta.

6

Gerry (c.1942), 1942.

6

Ginny, 1925-1929.

6

Grace (c.1935 Aug - 1936 Mar), 1935-1936.

6

Donald.

6

Dorothy.

6

Helen.

6

Ingrid.

6

Isabelle.

6

Jo.

6

Mabs (c. 1969 - 1979), 1969-1979.

6

Marguerite.

6

Mary.

6

Myra, 1950-1951.

6

Ron.

6

Willie.

6

Publications.

Lucy Shoe Meritt's Works.

Box Folder

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980.(Original Ms with miscellaneous typed parts).

7 1

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980. (Typescripts of chapters 7 and 8).

7 2

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980. (Typescripts of Chapters 1-5).

7 3

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980. (Typescripts of Chapters 6-12).

7 4

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980. (Bibliography, notes and photocopies).

7 5

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980.(Various typescript chapters).

7 6

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980. (Typescript and notes).

7 7

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980. (a) Ms marked "current" b) Envelope marked "superceded pages and Mss. for final revision").

7 8

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980.(Miscellaneous typescripts, notes, printed versions, etc.).

7 9

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980.( a) Typescript of the Appendix b) Index).

7 10

History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980. (Tables.).

7 11

ASCSA History/ Tables.

7 12

Profiles of Greek Mouldings.

7 13

Profiles of Greek Mouldings.

7 14

"Athenian Ionic Capitals from the Athenian Agora." Hesperia 63 (1996): 121-74. (a) Typescript with emendations and accompanying notes b) Envelope containing Ms, galley, and letters).

8 1

"Small Objects from the Pynx: II." (Hesperia Supplement X. With Barbara Philippaki, G. Roger Edwards, and Virginia R. Grace. Proof, including Index.).

8 2
Reviews and Articles -- Offprints.
8 3
Box Folder

"A Box of Antiquities from Corinth." Hesperia Vol. 1 (1932). (2 copies, one signed Lucy T. Shoe.), 1932.

8 3

Review of Excavations at Olythus, Part VIII, The Hellenic House, by David M. Robinson and J. Walter Graham. AJA XLIII, 1939., 1939.

8 3

Review of Greek Walls, by Robert Lorentz Scranton. AJA XLVI, 1942., 1942.

8 3

Review of Corinth, Vol. VII, Part I: The Geometric and Orientalizing Pottery. American Journal of Archaeology, 1944., 1944.

8 3

"Dark Stone in Greek Architecture." Hesperia: Supplement VIII, Commemorative Studies in Honor of Theodore Leslie Shear. 1949. Signed Lucy T. Shoe. With notes, list of reprints and recipients, and letters from Josephine Shear, Kenneth Conant, William B. Dinsmoor (3), a draft by LTS to Dinsmoor, Walter Graham, Mary H. J., George H. Chase, Clark, and H.R.W. Smith., 1949.

8 3

Review of Ancient Roman Construction in Italy from the Prehistoric Period to Augustus. The Classical Weekly, XLII, no. 2 (1950)., 1950.

8 3

"Greek Mouldings of Kos and Rhodes." Hesperia XIX, no. 4 (1950). Signed Lucy T. Shoe. With list of reprints and recipients in LSM's hand and letters from Kenneth Conant, Frank [Walton?], Dorothy Kent Hill, George H. Chase, William Dinsmoor, Rhys Carpenter, Louise Holland, and one other letter, the signature of which is not clear., 1950.

8 3

Review of Troy I-II by C.W. Blegen et al The Classical Weekly, Vol. 46, no. 4 (1952). Signed Lucy T. Shoe., 1952.

8 3

Review of Troy III by C.W. Blegen et al. The Classical Weekly, Vol. 48, No. 8 (1955)., 1955.

8 3

Review of Troy, Vol IV by C.W. Blegen et al. The Classical World, Vol. 52, No. 2 (1958)., 1958.

8 3

Review of Roman Construction in Italy from Tiberius through the Flavians, by Marion Elizabeth Blake. The Classical World 53, no. 4 (1960). Photocopy., 1960.

8 3

Review of Zum Ausstattungsluxus in der Romischen Architektur, ein formgeschichtlicher Versuch, by Heinrich Drerup. AJA 64 (1960)., 1960.

8 3

Review of L'Agora by Roland Martin. AJA 65 (1961)., 1961.

8 3

Review of Greek Architecture by Robert L. Scranton. Archaeology 16, no. 1 (1963). 2 copies., 1963.

8 3

Reviews of The Terracotta Figurines of the Hellenistic Period by Dorothy Burr Thompson and of The Greek Stones Speak: The Story of Archaeology in Greek Lands by Paul MacKendrick. The Classical World 57, 1963., 1963.

8 3

Necrology of Gorham Philiips Stevens, AJA 68 (1964). 2 copies., 1964.

8 3

"Roman Ionic Base in Corinth" from Essays in Memory of Karl Lehmann, 1964. Signed Lucy T. Shoe., 1964.

8 3

Review of Il capitello detto eolico in Etruria by Antonia Ciasca. AJA 68 (1964)., 1964.

8 3

Review of Denkmaler Antiker Architektur by Friedrich Krauss. AJA 68 (1964)., 1964.

8 3

Review of Roman Art and Architecture by Sir Mortimer Wheeler. The Classical World 59, no. 1 (1965). Photocopy., 1965.

8 3

Review of The Excavations in the Mithraeum of the Church of Santa Prisca in Rome by E. J. Brill. The Classical World, 1966. 2 copies., 1966.

8 3

"An Imitation of the Antique in Architectural Mouldings." Hesperia XXXV, no. 2 (1966). 2 copies, one signed Lucy Shoe Meritt. With lists of reprints and recipients in LSM's hand and a letter from Ralph Griswold., 1966.

8 3

Review of Temples in Roman Britain, by M. J. T. Lewis. American Historical Review, 1967., 1967.

8 3

Review of The Palace of Nestor at Pylos in Western Messenia, Volume I, The Buildings and Their Contents, by C.W. Blegen and Marion Rawson. Classical World 61, 1967, 104-105. Typescript., 1967.

8 3

"The Geographical Distribution of Greek and Roman Ionic Bases." Hesperia XXXVIII, no. 2 (1969). Signed by Lucy Shoe Meritt. With two photocopies., 1969.

8 3

Review of The Palace of Nestor at Pylos in Western Messenia, Volume II: The Frescoes, by Mabel Lang. The Classical World, 1970., 1970.

8 3

"The Stoa Poikile." Hesperia XXXIX, no. 4 (1970). 2 copies, one signed by Lucy Shoe Meritt., 1970.

8 3

"Some Ionics Architectural Fragments from the Athenian Agora." Hesperia Supplement XX: Studies in Athenian Architecture Sculpture and Topography presented to Homer A. Thompson. 1982. 2 copies. One copy signed by Lucy Shoe Meritt., 1982.

8 3

"Supplementary Bibliography of Benjamin D. Meritt." Hesperia 61, no.3 (1992). Signed by Lucy Shoe Meritt., 1992.

8 3

"The Athenian Ionic Capital." In Eius Virtutis Studiosi: Classical and Postclassical Studies in Memory of Frank Edward Brown (1908-1988), ed. Russell T. Scott and Ann Reynolds Scott, Studies in the History of Art 43, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts. 1993. Signed by Lucy Shoe Meritt., 1993.

8 3

"Athenian Ionic Capitals from the Athenian Agora." Hesperia 65, no. 2 (1996). 2 copies., 1996.

8 3

Review of Excavations at Olythus, Part VIII, The Hellenic House, by David M. Robinson and J. Walter Graham. AJA XLIII, 1939., 1939.

8 3
Offprints.
8 4
Box Folder

a) Review of Henrich Drerup's Zum Ausstattungsluxus in der romischen Architektur, ein formgeschichtlicher Versuch, AJA 64 (1960). 12 copies., 1960.

8 4

b) Review of Roland Martin's L'Agora, AJA 65 (1961). 10 copies., 1961.

8 4

c) "Some Ionic Architectural Fragments from the Athenian Agora" from Hesperia Supplement XX, Studies in Athenian Architecture, Sculpture, and Topography, presented to Homer A. Thompson. 1982., 1982.

8 4

"The Mouldings on Attic Inscribed Stelae" (Paper. TD.).

8 5
Encyclopedia entries.
8 6
Box Folder

a) "Virtruvius." (TD.).

8 6

b) "Apollodorus of Damascus." (TD.).

8 6

c) "Greek Architecture." (TD.).

8 6

d) "Greek Architecture." (AMs.).

8 6
Radio Talks - transcripts.
8 7
Box Folder

a) "Greece." WHYN 1943. (TD.).

8 7

b) "The Islands of the Aegean." WHYN 1944. (TD.).

8 7
Lectures.
8 8
Box Folder

a) On Greek Architecture.

8 8

b) California Classics Association Talk, 1996, San Francisco.

8 8

Correspondence regarding publications.

8 9

Academic Materials.

Academic Posts.

Box Folder

Gradebooks, 1937-1948.

9 11

Mt. Holyoke Course Information.

9 12

Notest Facts on Teaching at MHC.

9 13

Art and Archaeology Reference Material.

9 14

Report to President Ham.

9 15

Mount Holyoke Postcards.

9 16

Mount Holyoke Misc. Correspondence.

9 17

U of T Correspondence.

9 18

U of T Newsletters.

9 19

Smith College.

9 20

LSM typed professional notes.

9 21

LSM Dodekanese.

9 22

School Materials.

Philadelphia High School for Girls (1919-1923).

Box Folder
Official Programs and Handbooks.
10 1
Box Folder

Commencement Program, 1923.

10 1

Handbook of the Philadelphia High School for Girls (1922 Sept), 1922.

10 1

Spalding's Athletic and Recreative Activities Handbook by the Philadelphia Public Schools, 1922.

10 1

Letters and guidelines pertaining to initiation into the Honor Society.

10 1

Report cards.

10 1

Small booklet about the School.

10 1

Class list, 1923.

10 1

Notebook. Labeled "8b.".

10 2

Notebook. (Various notes in different subjects contained in green binder.), 1921.

10 3
Notebooks.
10 4
Box Folder

Introductory science notes.

10 4

Blank notebooks labeled "Geography Notes".

10 4

Greek notes in green notebook.

10 4

Plays and programs.

10 5

Bryn Mawr College (1923 - 1935).

Box
11
Folder
6
Box Folder

Various undergraduate compositions (1927 and 1929), 1927-1929.

10 6

Various undergraduate compositions, 1927.

10 7

Bryn Mawr College Class Books, 1924-1926.

10 8

Bryn Mawr College Class Books. 2 copies, with interleaved material., 1927-1928.

10 9

Various academic materials: academic records; correspondence regarding scholarships and the College; and commencement programs.

11 1

Examination materials. 30 exam books with various notes interleaved; two typed examination questions and German sight-reading exams.

11 2

Three notebooks on Egyptian archeology, Greece, and Chemistry Lab.

11 3

Notes from Semesters I and II. English literature, Latin drama, Horace, Cicero, Index., 1923-1924.

11 4

Notes from Semesters I and II. English literature, Chemistry, Hygiene, English composition, History of Greek literature., 1925-1926.

11 5

Notes from Semester I. Black notebook containing notes on ancient architecture and a notebook on Hellenistic towns.

11 6

Notes from Semester II. Ancient Rome, Egypt and Crete, General philosophy, Melic poets., 1926-1927.

11 7

Notes from Semester I. Ancient Painting, Latin literature, Social ideas of the New Testament, Art of the Far East., 1926-1927.

11 8

Notes from Semester II. Art of the Far East, Aegean civilization, Moral ideas of the Old Testament, 1926-1927.

11 9

Greek Sculpture Notes., 1926-1927.

11 10

Notes - Latin.

11 11

Notebook containing Greek notes.

11 12
Paper. "Ionic Art.".
11 13
Box Folder

Typescript. 55p. With bibliography and several pages of handwritten notes.

11 13

Typescript. Formerly with Mary Swindler's papers.

11 13
Alumnae Materials.
11 14
Box Folder

Alumnae Bulletins - 1963, 1964, 1971, 1963-1971.

11 14

Various alumnae materials.

11 14
Programs.
11 15
Box Folder

Memorial service for M. Carey Thomas, 1935.

11 15

Program of Bryn Mawr College's Fiftieth Anniversary. (1935 Nov), 1935.

Mary Swindler and Scholarship.
11 16
Box Folder

Letters to Meritt from Mabel Lang and Mrs. Richard C. Gonzalez informing her of scholarship holders.

11 16

Photocopied articles about Mary Swindler.

11 16

Invitation card for memorializing Swindler. Invitees include Meritt, Immerwahr, Jones, Thompson, Carpenter, Mellink, and McBride (1967 Feb), 1967.

11 16

Miscellaneous notes.

11 17

BMC Application Materials (?).

11 18

Notes, Notepads, and Clippings.

Box Folder

Notes - Greek temples. (TD and AD.).

9 1

Earthquake damage at Old Corinth. (TD.) (and miscellaneous correspondence.).

9 2

Notes - Recent developments in archeology. (TD and AD.) (With misc. correspondence).

9 3
Two notepads.
9 4
Box Folder

Notepad labeled "1963 and following", 1963.

9 4

Notepad labeled "1959-1968 General and OB. CKW + EV talks", 1959-1968.

9 4

Misc. notes regarding sites and capitals. (AD.).

9 5

Misc. notes. (AD and TD.).

9 6

Misc. notes. (AD and TD.).

9 7

Misc. notes. (AD and TD.).

9 8

Clippings.

9 9

Melva Lind materials.

9 10
LSM Research Mats (Her file card boxes w/ contacts).
Box
12
Box

Architectural Index.

12

Architectural Index, May 1967 (1), 1967.

12

Architectural Index, May 1967 (2), 1967.

12

Miscellaneous Index Cards.

12

Architectural Notes.

12

Miscellaneous Notes.

12

Professional Affiliations.

American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

Box Folder

Minutes of the Publications Committee Meetings. Submitted by the Chairman of the Publications Committee, Lucy Shoe., 1953-1972.

13 1

Minutes of the Annual Meetings of the Trustees.(1939 Minutes, handwritten, all others typed. By-laws of the Trustees. TD. 1979.), 1939-1980.

13 2

Minutes of the Managing Committee., 1950-1972.

13 3

Minutes of the Meetings of the Alumni Council. Handwritten drafts and typed versions by Lucy Shoe, Secretary. With agendas., 1940-1950.

13 4

Reports of the Chairman (Lucy Shoe) on the Publications Committee, 1946-1970.

13 6
Reports of Various Offices.
13 7
Box Folder

Treasurer. (TD.) (1959 and 1970), 1959-1970.

13 7

Secretary. (AMs.) (1946 May), 1946.

13 7

Librarian. (1949 June), 1949.

13 7

Assistant Director (1949 Apr), 1949.

13 7

Professor of Archaeology (1948-9), 1948-1949.

Box Folder

Chairman of the Managing Committee. (1948-9), 1948-1949.

13 7

Honorary Architect, 1948-1949.

13 7

Chairman of the Committee on Fellowships.

13 7

The Committee on Placements.

13 7

Chairman of Summer Session Committee, on Summer School, 1969.

13 7

Reports - Informal, 1946-1947.

Box Folder

Budgets, 1950-1970.

13 9

Alumni Materials - Constitution of the Alumni Association of ASCSA (Drafts, TD and AMs. Adopted 26 Dec 1940), 1940.

13 10

Letters to the Alumni from Lucy Shoe, Secretary.

13 11

Correspondence, 1941-1943, 1941-1943.

13 12

Correspondence, 1944-1946.

13 13

Correspondence, 1947-1974.

13 14

Alumni Council Materials.

13 15
Directories, addresses, and misc. correspondence.
13 16
Box Folder

Reports of the Director, 1947-1968.

13 5

Miscellaneous obituaries of members.

13 17

Centennial Symposium - Correspondence, 1977-80, 1977-1980.

13 18

Auxiliary Fund - Correspondence, 1941-1978, 1941-1978.

13 19

Chairmanship - Charles H. Morgan correspondence, 1955.

14 1

Chairmanship -- Correspondence, 1960.

14

Chairmanship - Confidential correspondence - RESTRICTED.

14

Chairmanship - Charles Morgan and Lucy Shoe.

14

Treasurer's Job - Correspondence regarding resignation of Louis Lord - RESTRICTED.

14 2

Materials relating to elections.

14 3

Miscellaneous.

14 4

Publications.

14 5

Fellows.

14 6

Employees, ASCSA.

14 7

Speeches and Addresses.

14 8

Appointments.

14 8

Miscellaneous ASCSA.

14 10

Letters Enclosing Dues/ Ballots.

14 11

Other Institutions.

Box Folder

Emergency Relief in Greece, 1943.

14 12

AAR - Newsletters and Announcements.

14 13

AAR Classical Society.

14 14

AAR letters, brochures.

14 15

Institute for Advanced Study.

4 16

AIA.

14 17

Other Correspondence.

Box Folder

Queries for Other Scholars and Individuals.

14 18

Various thank-yous.

14 19

Correspondence Regarding Donations.

14 20

Regarding LSM's fellowship to Athens, 1931.

14 21
Box Folder

LSM Resume etc.

14 22

Sort.

14 23

Papers related to excavations (including some correspondence from John Caskey, Charles Morgan, Ward Canaday, and Henry S. Robinson).

14 24

Diaries.

Box

Diary. Green leather., 1924.

29

Diary. Black Standard Accident Insurance Company of Detroit notebook., 1925.

29

Diary. Brown leather., 1926.

29

Diary. Red, water-stained cover., 1927.

29

Diary. Red leather., 1928.

29

Diary. Travel. With interleaved world map and miscellaneous notes. Also includes her itinerary from Aug - Dec., 1929.

29

Diary. Travel. Gift from Judge and Mrs. Kone and Mr. and Mrs. Davis, 1929, Aug. Includes expense accounts, various interleaved materials, and a map of Greece., 1930.

29

Diary. With various interleaved photographs and ticket stubs. Includes personal expense account. Inscribed to Lucy from her grandparents, 1929 June 17, Philadelphia., 1930.

29

Diary. Greek travel planner, brown.

29

Address Book.

29

Biographical Materials.

Miscellaneous Personal.

Box Folder

Programs from LSM's memorial service. 2 copies.

15 1
Marriage and Birth Records.
9 2
Box Folder

a) Copies of birth and marriage certificates of Lucy's mother, Mary E. Dunning.

9 2

b) Birth certificate of Lucy Taxis Shoe.

15 2

c) Marriage certificate of Lucy Taxis Shoe and Benjamin Dean Meritt.

15 2

d) Information for Marriage certificate of Lucy Shoe and Ben Meritt. 2 copies.

15 2

e) Lucy Taxis Shoe's baptismal certificate.

15 2

Property Documents. 8 miscellaneous.

15 3
Other assorted documents.
15 4
Box Folder

a) Honorable discharge of Benjamin D. Meritt from the U.S. Army. 1919., 1919.

15 4

b) Funeral monument contracts of Thomas Dunning, Lydia Dunning, and Anna Dunning.

15 4

c) Three documents pertaining to airline travel of Lucy Taxis Shoe Meritt.

15 4

d) Passports - 2/1975; 11/1980; 5/1991, 1975-1991.

15 4

e) Assortment of foreign cash.

15 4

Address book.

15 5

Exhibit - "The Legacy of Lucy Shoe Meritt." University of Texas at Austin. (Poster; brochure; typescript of brochure text; brochure from Mildred Hawn Exhibition Gallery, Meadows School of the Arts), 2000.

15 7

Exhibit - "The Legacy of Lucy Shoe Meritt: Bryn Mawr Contributions to Etruscan Archaeology." Bryn Mawr College. (Announcement card; Brochures. 6 copies. With three misc. photographs attached; Luncheon invitation; two copies of a Bryn Mawr College tribute; booklet about archaeology at Bryn Mawr College, with letter attached), 2000.

15 8

Exhibit - "Sixty-Five Years of Classical Archaeology at the American Academy at Rome:Lucy Shoe Meritt's Contributions to Architectural History in Italy." AAR. (4 brochures. Two in Italian.), 2001.

15 9

Symposium - "Experientia Docet." 90th Birthday Symposium. (Several copies of official announcement; various bulletins and invitations; brief biography by Virginia Phillips, with list of publications).

15 10

Pro Bene Meritus Award, 1997.

15

Tribute to Lucy's Editorship of ASCSA, 1972 May, 1972.

15 11

Honorary Degree, Brown Univ., June 3, 1974, 1974.

15 12

Pro Bene 2002 Award, 2002.

15 13

American Association of University Women, Austin Branch, 1980 Awards to Outstanding Women of Texas (photocopy of program cover. photocopy of list of honorees.), 1980.

15 14

Gold Medal of Archaeological Institute of America (Photocopy of introduction, handwritten list of publications, and brief biography).

15 15

Awards - Hamilton Honorary Degree (Two letters. Certificate in oversize box 16.), 2000.

15 16
Memorials of Homer Thompson, 2000.
15 17
Box Folder

The Institute for Advanced Study Newsletter.

15 17

Various articles, clippings, and correspondence.

15 17

Program from memorial service.

15 17

CD of Memorial Service at Princeton, New Jersey. "A Celebration of the Life and Work of Homer Armstrong Thompson (1906-2000)".

15 17
Memorials of Dorothy Burr Thompson, 2001.
15 18
Box Folder

Celebration booklet from Bryn Mawr College.

15 18

Invitations to the celebration of her life at Bryn Mawr College, 2001.

15 18

Clipping from the New York Times 24 May 2001.

15 18

Letters from Hope T. Kerr.

15 18

Program from Memorial Service.

15 18

CD of Memorial Service at Bryn Mawr College, 2001 Oct 6. "A Celebration of the Life and Work of Dorothy Burr Thompson (1900-2001).".

15 18
Memorials - Caroline Morris Galt Memorial Exhibition, 1941.
15 19
Box Folder

Exhibition program, with notes in Lucy Shoe's hand.

15 19

Typescript and handwritten version of exhibition description.

15 19

Various notes and letters.

15 19
Memorials for various individuals. Alphabetical by the name of deceased.
15 20
Box Folder

Andrewes, Antony. Photocopied article from The Times. (15 June 1990.), 1990.

15 20

Battle, William J. Notes and handwritten version of memorial speech by Meritt.

15 20

Baldwin-Smith, Nancy. Handwritten memorial by Lucy Shoe Meritt.

15 20

Edward Capps. Article in The Philhellene. With photograph., 1950.

15 20

Carpenter, Rhys. Memorial card listing speakers, letters (Mabel Lang, Machteld Mellink, etc.), newspapers clippings, and handwritten and typewritten versions of the memorial by Lucy Shoe Meritt.

15 20

Dunning, Lydia. Handwritten account and clippings.

15 20

Kent, Dorothy Hill. Typewritten memorial, newspaper clippings, letters, and newsletter of the Walters Art Gallery.

15 21

Meritt, Benjamin Dean. Offprint of memoir by Homer Thompson and inscribed to Lucy. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 135, no. 1, 1991, 1991.

20 20

Morgan, Charles Hill. Photography.

15 20

Phillips, Kyle Meredith. Memorial by Lucy Shoe et al. With accompanying letter.

15 20

Scramuzza, Vincent M. Memorial booklet. 2 copies.

15 20

Stevens, Gorham Phillips. Typewritten memorial and handwritten notes.

15 20

Stillwell, Richard. Pamphlet of remarks made at memorial service.

15 20

Swindler, Mary Hamilton. Handwritten memorial and typewritten version.

15 20

Vanderpool, Eugene. Memorial booklet.

15 20

Young, Rodney S. Photocopy from the New York Times.

15 20
Transcripts of Interviews with Lucy Shoe Meritt.
15 21
Box Folder

Conducted by Patricia H. Labalme at the Meritt's home in Austin, TX. (1988 Nov 11 and 12).

15 21

Conducted by Mary-Margaret Byerman at the Meritt's home in Austin. (1984 Nov 9), 1984.

15 21

Transcript of Interview with Benjamin Dean Meritt.

15 22
Articles and Clippings about Lucy Shoe Meritt.
15 23
Box Folder

Bryn Mawr Alumnae Newsletter. Article on Lucy Shoe Meritt. With photocopies., 2001.

15 23

Newspaper clipping about burglar and Lucy.

15 23

"Ancient Greece's romance, architecture, seduce scholar." Austin-American Statesman. (1991 Dec 6), 1991.

15 23

"Lucy T. Shoe Meritt, Archaeologist, 96." The Philadelphia Inquirer. (2003 Apr 13), 2003.

15 23

Permission letters and identification photos for excavations.

15

Various receipts.

15 25

Miscellaneous postcards.

15 26

Videocassette. Symposium in Honor of Lucy Shoe Meritt. (1996 Sept 1927-8), 1996.

15 27

Certificates and Drawings.

Box

American Academy in Rome Certificate.

16

Certificate of graduation from Philadelphia High School for Girls.

16

Certificate of Honor, Roselle Park Public Schools.

16

Certificate of graduation from 8th grade.

16

Bryn Mawr College diplomas.

16

Kyle Phillips' Murlo drawing for his "Poggio Civitate (Murlo): A Review Summary 1966-80, Excavations in the Archaic Meeting Hall.".

16

Hamilton Award.

16

Visual Materials.

Series I. Personal Photographs and Negatives of LTS.

Box
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Folder
1

LSM 1906 - 1923.

Box Folder

Portraits of Lucy, from 5 months old to 14 years old. Some inscribed., 1907-1920.

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17

1

1

Lucy in various costumes. Bryn Mawr (see also Folder 4); at home; aboard the S. S. American Banker, with mother, Gertrude Malz, and Mrs Geliph; dressed as a chrysanthemum and gypsy; etc., 1917-1924.

17

17

1

1

Lucy. Newark, NJ. (1919 Apr 3), 1919.

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17

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School Photographs and Negatives: James R. Claghorn School, Class of June 1919. With identifications of others in Lucy's hand, reverse; String Club; 75 Anniversary of the Girls' High School;.

17 2

Lucy with Family and Friends (Includes grandparents and father.) (1918; 1919; 1922), 1918-1922.

Box
Photo Albums.
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Box

Photo album of LTS. With her captions. Contains photographs of her parents, Ruth Dunning, herself, Ellen Dae White, Aunt Anna Barden, Miss Dixon, and Henry Wilsey (in original envelope, 1918).

19

Photo album, small, black pages. With handwritten captions., 1913-1918.

19

Photo album. With handwritten captions., 1917-1923.

19

LSM 1924-1935.

Box Folder

Bryn Mawr College (Photographs and negatives of Lucy in academic dress for her BA, MA and PhD commencements, May Day, Founder's Day, various photographs of her friends.), 1925-1928.

18 1

Assorted photographs of Lucy at Austin, 1927.

18 2

Lucy with Friends (Among them Virginia Capron and Evelyn Howard), 1924-1927.

18 3

Lucy with Family (Lucy and her grandparents; with grandparents and Aunt Lydia; with mother and Grandpa; with grandpa, etc.; Paxson's; Ocean city.).

18 4

Lucy Abroad (Egypt; Crete; Germany; Samos; Salamis; Sounion; Athens, and other places. Individuals included are Oscar and Verna Broneer, Mrs. Van Hook, Miss Hirst, Gertrude Malz, Eugene Vanderpool, Virginia Grace, Rodney Young, Dorothy Burr Thompson. Some of the photographs show Lucy at work in Athens. Many of the photographs are labeled in her hand.), 1930-1934.

18 5

Lucy with Family and Friends (Photographs and negatives of Lucy with family and friends, among them Helenn Paxson, Emma Dickinson, Shirely Hersom, Wycherly, Benjamin Merritt, Homer Thompson, Anna Jean Mill, mother, and others. Includes her wedding photographs.).

18 6

Lucy with Friends and Colleagues (Homer and Dorothy Thompson, Benjamin Merritt, Cynthia Shelmardine, and others.), 1973-2003.

18 7

Receptions and Awards.

Series II. Photographs of Family and Friends.

Box Folder

Collection of photographs include Lucy's parents, grandparents (Dunnings), Aunt Adeline, and others., 1898-1958.

20 1

Bardens. 2 photographs labeled "Mrs. Barden and Grandma Barden"; Barden home; other individuals, etc. 14 photographs. One photograph includes Mary Shoe, and another Lucy.

20 2

Benjamin Meritt.

20 3
Friends and Colleagues. (See also noted scholars and dignitaries.), 1920-2003.
20 4
Box Folder

Dawley, Roger and Helen, with Dickie; photo of Dickie. (1920 Sept 5), 1920.

20 4

Duell, Prentice. Inscribed to Lucy. (N.d. c. 1930-1936), c. 1930-1936.

20 4

Hudsons (1927 Nov), 1927.

20 4

Ohlsson-Edlund Elly. (Color.), 1982.

20 4

Rugh, Josephine.

20 4

Schutze, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schutze; Louise and Margaret; Schutze House. 10 photographs. 2 include Lucy. (1924 Sept 25), 1924.

20 4

Smith, Martha Fairfax. 8 photographs. (c. 1930-2), c.1930-2.

20 4

Smith, Morgan, and Mrs. Austin. 3 photographs. (1924 Summer), 1924.

20 4

Series III. Home and Travel, and Misc. Events.

Lucy's Dwellings.

Box Folder

The family home in Austin. One photograph is the gift of Eleanor Winsor Leach.

21 1

South Hadley, Mount Holyoke College. LTS's apartment in Dickinson House. 8 photographs. Some with negatives. One photograph of Lucy and her father. (c. 1937), 1937.

21 2

Athens, 64 Kephisias. 2 photographs of living room at Athens, 1933; the "sideboard" with Samovar and coppers, 1933; view of 64 Kephisias Street, Easter 1934, 2 copies of the NW corner of the living room; 2 copies of the Book corner of the living room, 1933-1934.

21 2

Home of Priscilla Capps (Sepusippou Street house) the summer residence of LTS. 2 photos., 1931.

21 2

Negatives of Rocky Hill House.

21 2

Princeton and environs. Includes a picture of Barbara Philippaki, unidentified buildings, the church at Millstone. With clippings about Princeton architecture., 1952.

21 2

Bryn Mawr College (Individuals included are Mary Hamilton Swindler, Frances Jones, C.M. K. Applebee; photographs of campus buildings, negatives, Bryn Mawr Faculty and 1927 Class Book Prints, etc.).

21 3

Croatia (Cavtat, Mestrovies Mausoleum of Racic (?) family; Bay of Kotor; Trogir, cathedral; Dubrovnik, architectural. Black and white photographs.) (1930 Sept), 1930.

22 1

Germany (Various photographs of individuals and architecture. Also negatives labeled "Pozzuloi, Oberammergan, Rhine.") (1930 Summer), 1930.

22 2

Greece (Color photographs with captions in green binder, plastic sleeves, with 20 black and white photographs of various sizes and with labels.).

21 4

Greece (View of Athens from the "Thesion" roof, 1932; snow in Athens, 1934; negatives of Greek festivals, including the Delphic and Eleusinian festivals and Stadion Independence Day, 1930.) (1930s).

21 5

Italy (Albano, Tomb of the Horatii and Curatii; Syracuse, Cathedral and Temple of Athena, 1931; Rome, Piazza Navona (1949), S. Lorenzo fuori le mure, Palazzo Piccola Farnesina.).

21 6

South America Trip. Several color photographs.

22 3
United States of America Trips.
22 4
Box Folder

New York to New Orleans Trip. Eight photographs aboard the S.S. Creole. Includes photos of Lucy and her mother. 2 3/4" x 4".(1924 June), 1924.

22 4

New York to Galveston Trip. Nine photographs, labeled in LSM's hand. Includes Lucy and her mother. 4 1/2" x 2 3/4". (1927 June), 1927.

22 4

1933 Trip: Texas, California, Vancouver, Canada, Washington, Wyoming. Colorado. Most labeled in LSM's hand. Mostly natural landscapes and city-scapes. With interleaved itinerary. Includes a few images of Lucy and assorted family members. 91 photographs, 4" x 2 1/2". (1933), 1933.

22 4

North Carolina (Hamlet) and Virginia (Richmond and Williamsburg). Mainly of buildings. Labeled in LSM's hand. 2" x 2 3/4 ".

22 4
East Coast, USA.
22 5
Box Folder

Enfield, MA. Various photographs, including Enfield's 1916 Centennial celebration. Also with various negatives. (c. 189-? -1916), 0189-1916.

22 5

Philadelphia, PA. Waterfall along East River Drive; Famous Valley Green; Henry Ave Bridge, Fairmount Park; Sesquincentennial (1926); Broad Street Station after a fire; parade; 7234 Ogarty Avenue.

22 5

Violetville, MD and Roselle Park, N.J. 6 photographs. (c. 1915), 1915.

22 5

Mass. Colonial Houses. Negs.

22 5
The South and Southwest, USA.
22 6
Box Folder

San Antonio, TX. Various sizes. Labeled in LSM's hand. Some with Dick Baldwin, Willeta Baldwin, and Lucy; gardens; Mission de la Concepion; Alamo; the Houck's house (some include Mrs. Shoe and Lucy)., 1923-1935.

22 6

Dallas and Fortworth, TX. 18 photographs. (1924 and 1930), 1924-1930.

22 6

Cedar Park, TX: Indian Kitchen Midden. Two photographs include Lucy. 3" x 4 3/4". (1929 July), 1929.

22 6

Freeport, TX. Freeport Sulphur Co. Plant. Labeled by LSM. Six photographs, 3" x 4 3/4". One picture includes Lucy, Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Hoe and Mr. Wellborn. (1929), 1929.

22 6

Hunterville, TX. 5 black and white photographs from Hunterville, Texas, of the Sam Houston House and cemetery. (1933 Sept 20), 1933.

22 6

Hamilton Pool, TX., 1928-1929.

22 6

Galveston, TX. Also with negatives marked "Galveston/Freeport.", 1929.

22 6

Balanced Rock and Enchanted Rock, TX. Six labeled photographs. One with Lucy and Helen. 5" x 3". (1929 July), 1929.

22 6

Austin, TX. Various photographs, including the Austin Flood of 1935.

22 6

Texas. Night-blooming Cereus. Eight photographs, labeled, various sizes. (1934), 1934.

22 6

Metamoras, Mexico, and Rio Grande to Laredo. 12 photographs, some labeled in LSM's hand. 2 3/4" x 2". (1930), 1930.

22 6

Shreveport, Lousiana. Five photographs, labeled, 2" x 2 3/4". (1930 March), 1930.

22 6

New Mexico. Carlsbad Cavern. 5 photographs. (1930 Aug. 16), 1930.

22 6

Various Texas towns: Fredericksburg, Ingram, New Braunfels, San Marcos. Labeled in LSM's hand. Various sizes.(various (1929; 1930)), 1929-1930.

22 6

Various Negatives (Including the Nashville Parthenon; Gibraltar; Constantinople; Dalmatia, Ocean City, MA and others.).

22 7

Series IV. Ancient Sites and Artifacts.

Box

Athens, Agora (Excavation of ASCSA)(Early press notices and photographs (some mounted). 7 black and white photographs of columns.).

23

Aulis (2 large black and white photos of excavated site (from A. Threpsiadou?). With image of a man.).

23 2
Corinth (ASCSA Excavation).
23 3
Box Folder

Corinthian Easter celebrations, mostly of villagers. 14 b&w by LTS. With labels by LTS. Includes a picture of Agnes Newhall., 1930.

23 3

37 Vintage photographs. "8 x 11".

23 3

Corinth ground plans, photographs, slides, and correspondence.

23 3

Black and white photograph of George Kachros and a Corinthian bridge and George sitting on part of the Hadrianic aqueduct near Penteskouphia. With letter from Rodney Young., 1962.

23 3

Cosa (65 black and white photographs. With labels in LTS's hand. With site plan and negatives.).

23 4

Isthmia (Spring Excavation. 35 black and white site photos. With plan and typed report.), 1969.

23 5

Various negatives of Patmos, Kos, Israel, Greece, Turkey, Palestine and Syria, Pompeii.

24 1
Capitals and Bases.
24 2
Box Folder

Capitals (Includes photographic examples of capitals from Austin, Texas; Greece: Delphi, Etretria, Marathon, Thessalonike Museum (with notes), Menidi (with letter from Stella Miller and drawing of profile); Italy (Metaponto); and others.) (Also includes correspondence and photographs pertaining to Ionic capitals. Among the correspondents are Pierre Amandry and Gene Vanderpool.).

24 2

Bases (Photographs of bases from Greece, including ones from the Athenian Agora, Library of Hadrian, Old Parthenon, Didyma, Olympia, Sanctuary of Poseidon at Poros, the Temple of Artemis at Sardis, and others. Also includes some letters and original drawings.) (c. 1929-1966), 1929-1966.

24 2

Bases and Capitals - Greece, Thermi. Slides of base and capital. Six color photographs. With letter from Stella Miller, 1994 Jul 31., 1994.

24 2

Various materials pertaining to Ionic capitals (needs further sorting).

24 3
Other Photographs.
24 4
Box Folder

Sculptures in American collections. 4 photos. With notes.

24 4

"The donor's inscription" from the Fountain at Hadji Mustapha.

24 4

Two Horseman reliefs from Western Anatolia. 2 b&w photos. With letter from Menil Foundation. 1974 Jan 21., 1974.

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4

Terracottas. Three large b&w photos in envelope labeled "Nikolopoulos Terracotta.".

24 4

Photographic plates sent to Lucy from F.H. Bacon. Bronze Pugilista (Museo Nazionale delle Terme) and Etruscan terracotta Apollo di Veio (Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia.).

24 4

Miscellaneous (needs further sorting).

24 4

Series V. Classical Institutions.

American School at Athens.

Box Folder
Buildings and Events - Athens.
25 1
Box Folder

Gennaideion library being constructed; postcards with photographs of the Library; Greeks in costume on the steps of the Library, etc.

25 1

Loring Hall. 4 photographs: "Drawing Room"; "Dining Room"; and two others., 1931.

25 1

ASCSA Publications Committee. Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton. 3 photographs. Depict Charles H. Morgan, Richard H. Howland, Lloyd W. Daly, Lucy Shoe Meritt, and Homer A. Thompson., 1969.

25 1

Ground-breaking for the Arthur Vining Davis Wing of the Library. 5 photos. Those depicted include Bert Hodge Hill, Homer Thompson, Elizabeth G. Casky, Charles H. Morgan, Virginia Grace, and Carl Blegen. (1958 Aug 6), 1958.

25 1

Main building. Various photos and one from NW before construction of the Davis Library Wing (1958)., 1958.

25

Two photographs of the School. One depicts both the American and the British Schools.

25 1

Bronze plaque in the Stoa of Attalos, memorializing ASCSA excavations in the Athens Agora. 2 b&w photos.

25 1

Materials relating to models of the Akropolis and Agora west side, sent to the members of the Managing Committee. Six black and white photographs. With offical note from Director Gorham Phillips Stevens, a Key Plan for the Model of the Acropolis of Athens by Stevens, and Plan of the Athenian Agora as Restored 2nd c. AD. (1944?).

25 1
Buildings and Events - Corinth.
25 2

Oakley House; Hill House, and Robinson-Richardson House. 4 black and white photos.

Box Folder

Excavation House and Odeion from NE. (1930 Apr.), 1930.

25 2

Modern construction of ASCSA buildings at Corinth. 5 large b&w.

25 2

Corinth Museum. (1948 Summer).

25 2
Box Folder
Noted Individuals (Scholars, many of whom were friends of Lucy. Some are original photographs from LSM's History.).
25 3
Box Folder

Blegen, Carl.

25 3

Broneer, Oscar (and Verna).

25 3

Capps, Edward.

25 3

Caskey, J.L.

25 3

France, Jean. Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton. (1949 May), 1949.

25 3

Hill, Bert Hodge.

25 3

Lang, Mabel.

25 3

Malz, Gertrude.

25 3

McCredie, James Robert.

25 3

Morgan, Charles Hill.

25 3

Newhall, Agnes.

25 3

Robinson, Henry.

25 3

Stillwell, Richard.

25 3

Thompson, Dorothy Burr.

25 3

Talcott, Lucy.

25 3

Thompson, Homer A.

25 3

Vanderpool, Eugene.

25 3

Wace, Helen and Alan. 2 black and white photos. (1951 July), 1951.

25 3

Williams, Charles Kaufman II.

25 3

Young, Rodney.

25 3

Zelia Phillipides, Mary.

25 3

Miscellaneous individuals. Some photographs are the originals of those published in LSM's History. Includes among others Sterling Dow, Graham Wallace, Kate Elderkin, Fred Waage, Stella Souzaki, Sophokles Lekkas, George Stamires, D.C. Spitzer.

25 3
Group Photographs.
25 4
Box Folder

Rhys Carpenter (Director) and Benjamin Meritt (Asst.). 2 photos. [Plate C], 1928.

25 4

ASCSA Ground-breaking. 2 b&w photos. One shows Kyriakides, Homer A. Thompson, Elizabeth G. Caskey, Virginia R. Grace, the other Charles H. Morgan andBert Hodge Hill. (1958 Aug 6), 1958.

25 4

Eugene Vanderpool and Homer A. Thompson off to Olympos. 1 b& w.

25 4

Richard [Dick] Stillwell, Dorothy Burr [Thompson] and Agnes Newhall at Syros. [Index 10.15]. (1932 Easter), 1932.

25 4

Oscar and Verna Broneer with Homer A. Thompson at Breakfast in Salamis. [#10.23] (1931 Christmas), 1931.

25 4
Lucy Talcott, T.L. Shear, and Charlie Spector in the Agora, Athens. (c. 1932), 1932.
25 4
Box Folder

Gene Vanderpool, Gertrude Malz, and Virginia Grace on the peak of Parnassos. 2 b&w. (1932 July), 1932.

25 4

Louisa. 2 b&w photos showing Homer A. Thompson, Carl Blegen, Alison Frantz, Eliz Blegen, Lucy Talcott, Ida Hill, Missy Crosby, and Bert Hill. (1948 Summer), 1948.

25 4

Ward Canaday and Dick Stillwell. 1966 Jan. Color. (1966 Jan), 1966.

25 4

Various original photographs from LSM's History. Includes Queen Fredericka planting Laurel Tree, Stathatsos Room, etc.

25 5
American Academy in Rome.
Box Folder

Opening of Annual Exhibition, with King V.E. III. 10 black and white photographs., 1937.

25 6

Series VI. Photographic Collections of Others.

Box Folder

Benjamin Meritt prints and negatives of Greece. In 2 envelopes.

25 1

Greek photographs, taken with Box Kodak. (No indication of whose - F.H. Bacon, Edward Capps, Miss Galt?), 1891-1892.

26 2

Shirley Atchley's carbon and silver prints of photographs from his own negatives.

26 3

Doreen Canaday Spitzer photographs. Most mounted on cardboard backing, with DCS's labeling. With note to Lucy.

26 3

Series VII: Miscellaneous and Unidentified Photographs and Negatives.

Box Folder

Negatives. Labeled in LSM's hand: "Summer 1921.", 1921.

26 5

Negatives. Labeled in LSM's hand: "Spring 1922.", 1922.

26 5

Negatives. Labeled in LSM's hand: "Fall 1926", 1926.

26 5

Negatives. Labeled in LSM's hand: "Washington films; Miss Dunning." (1922 Mar 14), 1922.

26 5

Negatives. Labeled in LSM's hand: "Films Summer 1929", 1929.

26 5 Negatives.

Negatives.

26 5

Negatives. Various packets of unidentified negatives.

26 5

Photographs. Various, either unidentified or awaiting sorting.

26 5

Series VIII. Mouldings.

Greece.

Box Folder

Athens. Agora. Stoa of Zeus Eleuthrerios. Ionic Cap. 2 black and white photos. (from Geoffrey Woodhead?).

27 5

Gortyn - Crete. Moulding. Negative.

27 2

Olynthos. Anta capitals. 7 black and white photos, with one p. notes.

26 5

Samothrace. Black and white photograph. (1969 Oct.), 1969.

26 5

Sounion. Temple of Poseidon, Anta Capital, Epikranitis. 3 photos (by Mary Berg?); Temple of Athena, mouldings, 29 black and white photos of various sizes and labeled by LSM.

26 5

Italy and Magna Graecia (S. Italy).

Box Folder

Megara Hyblaia (S. Italy). 5 b&w photos. From Kyle Phillips.

26 5

Paestum. Photocopies of terracotta fragments with accompanying descriptions. With letter from Rachel Elise Vargas. 1984 Apr 9.

26 5

Cyrene. b&w photos of circular marble pedestal, 1 of Sounion, Temple of Poseidon; 2 diagrams; query from Donald White. (1974 Feb 12.).

27 8

Seleucia. Temple A, Ionic order. Plate.

27 9

Other.

Box Folder

Negatives for Western Greek Mouldings Lecture; Three unidentified drawings of mouldings (copies); Plate of unidentified marble geison and frag. Gutta.

27 10

MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHS TO BE SORTED - IN PROCESS.

Series IX. Other Materials.

Box Folder

Postcards-Antiquity Themed (Black and white postcards, in envelope labeled "To be filed with publications of the School" ; Black and white postcards issued by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Feb. 1950; Postcards and greeting cards in envelope labeled 'Greek Sculpture"; Postcards and greeting cards in envelope labeled "Greece - Ancient". ).

28 1

Rubbings, Templates, etc. (Metal template used in carving the Doric capital of the Hephaisteion when restored in 1934; Rubbing of scroll of Athenian stele; Drafting tool; Printer's metal type. H. " x W. ". With the following raised letters: RHYS CARPENTER/APETHS ENEKEN.).

28 2

Maps (3 German maps of Athens, each labeled with her name; The plain of Marathon; Untitled map - southern Attica; Map of Greece).

28 3
Sketches.
Box Folder

Isthmia. Profiles (in pencil).

28 4

Sounion. Sketches of the Temple of Athena. With letter from M.H. McAllister, enclosing two color photos of the Sounion Marble Quarry.

28 5
Various profile sketches, some apparently unpublished. PROCURE MAP DRAWER.
28 6
Box Folder

Peirene. Full Size Profiles of Entablatures. Chambers I-VI. 2 sheets.

28 6

Magnesia. Artemis T. Pencil.

28 6

Ephesos, Delos, Priene. Pencil.

28 6

Eleusis, Olympia, Sardis Epistyle. Pencil.

28 6

Morgantina Theater. Pencil.

28 6

Preprints for Profiles of Mouldings. With notes.

28 6

Folder of Miscellaneous profiles and accompanying notes.

28 6
Archaeological Plan Drawings.
28 7
Box Folder

Stoa Poikile Plan?.

28 7

Sanctuary of Hera Limenia.

28 7

Perachora, harbor area.

28 7

Greece - Oropos. The Amphiareion.

28 7

Argive Heraion. Photograph of plan drawing. With letters from Pierre Amandry. (1950 Oct 19; 1951 Mar 22 and May 4.), 1950-1951.

28 7

Schematic outline of the Old Temple. With copies of accompanying notes.

28 7

Prints (Greek dance and festival scenes. Nine, both color and black and white.) (Early 19th century?) (Oversize).

16
Box Folder
Plans and Photographs for Publications.
28 8
Box Folder

Photographs used in "The Athenian Ionic Capital" in Studies in the History of Art, v. 43. (1993.), 1993.

28 8

Homer A. Thompson's "The 15th Campaign in the Athenian Agora: 1950." Photographs, plates. With printer's proofs, note to Lucy.

28 9

Plate proof for the History of the ASCSA. 13.

28 10

Civil Affairs for Greece: Illustrations for Chapters I & XI. Bound. Black and white photographs with captions. N.d.

28 11

Plates (Corinth?) for unidentified publication.

28 11

Plates for Andrew's Castles of the Morea. Figs. 1-233.

28 13

Plates for Andrew's Castles of the Morea.

28 14

Perlzweig, Judith. The Athenian Agora, vol. vii: Lamps of the Roman Period, First to Seventh Century After Christ. Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1961. Printer's proofs and plates., 1961.

28 15

Agora 1, II, and VIII Proofs.

28 16

"The Stoa Poikile". Original photographic plates. Letters from Homer A. Thompson, with many b&w photos enclosed. Fig. 1 proof.

28 17

Kyle Phillips' Murlo drawing for his "Poggio Civitate (Murlo): A Review Summary 1966-80, Excavations in the Archaic Meeting Hall." See oversize box 16.

28 18

Watercolors. Five. (1932 Oct), 1932.

28 20

MISC. TO BE SORTED.

28 20