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Papers, 1860-1956

Author: Charles Fletcher Lummis
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
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Includes journals, correspondence, writings, notebooks, and photographs, chiefly 1890-1920, relating to his family and career with the Southwest Society, Southwest Museum, Sequoya League, Los Angeles Public Library, and other institutions. Selected correspondents include members of the Lummis family, Abeita family, Amado Chaves, Edgar Hewett, F.W. Hodge, Denis Riordan, and Mary Austin. Letters to his wife Eva  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
Correspondence
Personal narratives
Photographs
Named Person: Charles Fletcher Lummis; Frances Douglas; Dorothea Moore; Loomis family; Abeita family; Amado Chaves; Edgar L Hewett; Frederick Webb Hodge; Denis Riordan; Mary Austin; Turbese Lummis Fiske
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Fletcher Lummis
OCLC Number: 28271307
Notes: Accompanied by reel guide (F876.L9343x 1956).
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. El Paso, Tex. : Southwest Micropublishing, 1992. 27 microfilm reels. 35 mm.
Description: 7.25 ft.
Responsibility: Charles Fletcher Lummis.

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Includes journals, correspondence, writings, notebooks, and photographs, chiefly 1890-1920, relating to his family and career with the Southwest Society, Southwest Museum, Sequoya League, Los Angeles Public Library, and other institutions. Selected correspondents include members of the Lummis family, Abeita family, Amado Chaves, Edgar Hewett, F.W. Hodge, Denis Riordan, and Mary Austin. Letters to his wife Eva Frances in 1892 are from Peru, where Lummis was a member of the Villard Expedition. Also present are drafts of Turbese Lummis Fiske's biography of her father. One of his notebooks chronicles his time as a reporter during the Apache campaign of 1886. Original photographs taken by Lummis include cyanotypes of antiquities, landscapes, pueblos, and Native Americans in New Mexico and Arizona.

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