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Frederick Webb Hodge, ethnologist : a tape-recorded interview.

Author: Frederick Webb Hodge; Corinne Lathrop Gilb
Publisher: [Berkeley : C. Gilb, 1957]
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Dr. Hodge talks about his early years, his education and work at the U.S. Geological Survey, as part of the Hemingway Archeological Expedition and later at the Bureau of American Ethnology, which he headed from 1910-1918. He includes anecdotes about expeditions and excavations as well friends and colleagues he knew over the years. Also includes: A brief account of my life and how I met Dr. Hodge by Gene Meany Hodge.
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Genre/Form: History
Interviews
Named Person: Frederick Webb Hodge; Frederick Webb Hodge
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Webb Hodge; Corinne Lathrop Gilb
OCLC Number: 45447655
Notes: Cover title.
Photocopy (typescript) of a transcription of the tape-recorded interview with Corinne Gilb which took place in Dr. Hodge's Pasadena home on April 5th and 26th, 1956. The first 100 pages were read and annotated by Dr. Hodge before he died and the rest were reviewed by his wife.
"Corinne Gilb, 15 August 1957, Regional Cultural History Project, University of California at Berkeley"--P. [v].
Includes partial index.
Description: iv, 264 p. ; 28 cm.

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Dr. Hodge talks about his early years, his education and work at the U.S. Geological Survey, as part of the Hemingway Archeological Expedition and later at the Bureau of American Ethnology, which he headed from 1910-1918. He includes anecdotes about expeditions and excavations as well friends and colleagues he knew over the years. Also includes: A brief account of my life and how I met Dr. Hodge by Gene Meany Hodge.

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