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|Named Person:||J A Munk; Walter McClintock; Alfred Vincent Kidder|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)|
|Notes:||Volume 1 of Southwest Museum membership publication.
"To help the Southwest fulfill the wisest of all the precepts of the Greeks - 'Know Thyself' - by unlocking to its children its underground treasure-house of knowledge with the master-key of modern anthropology, which is nothing less than the science of man. Declaration of policy of the Southwest Museum"--Cover.
|Description:||1 v. (multiple paginations) : ill. (some col.), port., map ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Number 1, May 1927: The old house of the chief: a layman's introduction to the work of the Southwest Museum expedition at Casa Grande --
How we found the Casa Grande graveyards --
"Usted esta en su casa" --
"An unknown people" --
The Hector Alliot Memorial Library of Archaeology. Number 2, June 1927: Archaeology on horseback --
Dr. Alfred Vincent Kidder becomes Research Associate --
The Museum yesterday --
Gifts from Saint Agnes. Number 3, July/August 1927: Un Valecito Casero=A little home party --
Story of the Munk Library of Arizoniana --
Walter McClintock becomes research fellow in ethnology --
At work on the Mimbres: news from the second expedition of 1927 (headquarters: Santa, Rita, New Mexico) --
In the Little Colorado Basin: news from the third expedition of 1927 (headquarters: Springerville, Arizona) --
Dr. Scherer among the anthropologists. Number 4, September/October 1927: A Blackfoot circle-camp --
The Pecos Conference --
The Mimbres expedition. Number 5, November/December 1927: Early man in America --
Noah Webster on Museums --
The oldest houses in Los Angeles County. Number 6, January 1928: Four model museums with notes by the way --
Joseph Amasa Munk (obituary) --
Rapid growth of the Munk Library of Arizoniana in the Southwest Museum --
Blazing an archaeological trail in Mexico. Number 7, February 1928: Report of the president of the board of trustees --
Director's annual report --
Taking the museum to the man on the street --
Curator's Report --
(Map) Southwest Museum expeditions 1927 --
Accessions by loan --
Treasurer's report --
Roll of membership --
Members' night a success. Number 8, March/April 1928: "El Pueblo" --
old Los Angeles: the adobes of Sonora town today --
Some musical instruments of the Southwest Indians --
A visit to the Serrano-Cahuilla Region: Indian remains in the California desert --
The Casa Grande as a national monument --
"The Southwest Museum Indians" --
|Other Titles:||Masterkey for Indian lore and history.|
|Responsibility:||Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California.|
- Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
- Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.) -- History.
- Museums -- United States.
- Indians of North America -- Southwest, New.
- Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Antiquities.
- Anthropology -- Southwest, New.
- Archaeology -- Southwest, New.
- Archaeology -- Mexico.
- Southwest, New -- Antiquities.
- Mexico -- Antiquities.
- Southwest, New -- History.
- California -- History.
- Casa Grande National Monument (Ariz.)
- Los Angeles (Calif.) -- History.
- Catholic Church -- California.
- Santa Ines Mission (Solvang, Calif.)
- Prehistoric peoples.
- Architecture -- California -- Los Angeles County.
- Mimbres pottery -- New Mexico.
- Musical insturments -- Southwest, New.
- Little Colorado River Valley (N.M. and Ariz.)
- Munk, J. A. -- (Joseph Amasa), -- 1847-1927.
- McClintock, Walter, -- 1870-1949.
- Libraries -- California.
- Kidder, Alfred Vincent, -- 1885-1963.