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Archaeology

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Don C. McKenzie collection

 Collection — Folder S893
Identifier: S0893
Scope and Contents This collection includes a poem Don C. McKenzie titled, "A Bit of Vision." The poem is dated December 29, 1929. The collection also includes a a typed, signed letter, written by McKenzie to the Indiana State Library, asking about criteria for Indiana authors and mentioning his writings, and a typed letter, written by McKenzie, to the Herron Art Institute dated August 11, 1928 discussing his finding of a prehistoric fossil.

Glenn Black papers

 Collection — Folder S125
Identifier: S0125
Scope and Contents This collection includes an article written by Glenn Black in Indiana in 1939 regarding Indian trade in Indiana.

"History of Historical Mounds of Indiana" manuscript

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: L277
Scope and Contents This collection includes one manuscript created by Edward P. Lacey in Indiana from an unknown date, ca. 1930. The manuscript, entitled "History of Historical Mounds of Indiana" discusses the history of historical mounds found in Indiana by county.

Richmond mastodon dig photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP001
Identifier: SP001
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs, a postcard, and an unpublished article written by journalist Jack Cejnar from Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1930 to 1933 regarding the archaeological discovery of a 10,000-year old mastodon skeleton known as the "Richmond mastodon". The photographs depict the bones, dig site, visitors, the head paleontologist, John T. Sanford, and Donovan Harper. Cejnar originally submitted the materials to the Young...

State Archaeological Association of Indiana Circulars collection

 Collection — Folder S1483
Identifier: S1483
Scope and Contents The collection contains circulars no. 2 and no. 5 of the State Archaeological Association of Indiana. The circulars detail the mission of the association and also list the dates for the first meeting, October 17 and 18, 1876 and the second meeting, September 12 and 13, 1877.