Ellis, Florence Hawley
Biographical / Historical
Born Cananea (Sonora, Mexico), Sept. 17, 1906; died Apr. 6, 1991.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Alfred Vincent Kidder Papers
Abstract Alfred Vincent (A.V.) Kidder (1885-1963) was a well-known archaeologist working in the American Southwest. Kidder was active in the establishment of the Laboratory of Anthropology, Inc. and served as chairman of the board until 1935. The collection contains correspondence of A.V. Kidder during 1926-1935, covering a range of his activities and archaeological interests in the Southwest.
Chaco Canyon Old Timers Reunion Oral History Project Photograph Collection
Abstract This collection contains seven black and white snapshots taken by H. Virginia Hunter during archaeological field work at Chaco Canyon in the summer of 1935.
Florence Hawley Ellis and Donovan Senter Collection of Hispanic, Isleta, and Laguna Songs
Abstract These recordings contain Hispanic folk music and songs of the Isleta and Laguna Pueblos.
Florence Hawley Ellis Collection,
Identifier: AC 453
Scope and Content The collection consists of assorted personal and professional papers. In addition to private and professional correspondence, the collection contains many academic papers written by Ellis' students and other scholars in the field.
Florence Hawley Ellis Papers
Identifier: MMA 2
Abstract The Florence Hawley Ellis Papers (1859-2009; bulk 1950-1989) include personal/biographical papers, correspondence, archaeological field school documentation, publications (published and unpublished articles, monographs, etc.), dendrochronology research, maps, photographs, and teaching and research material on the ethnology, archaeology and anthropology of the American Southwest. Ellis’ Papers also feature papers from her daughter, Andrea Ellis Dodge.
Dates: 1859-2009; Majority of material found within 1929-1989
Ward Alan Minge Papers
Abstract The Ward Alan Minge Papers contain legal and historical documents (depositions, reports, exhibits, legal opinions, translations and transcriptions of Spanish and Mexican era sources, documents from the territorial and modern era) concerning New Mexico’s Pueblo Indians. Correspondences, reports, maps, and articles pertaining to the Pueblos and to various New Mexico historical associations and commissions are also included.