White, Elizabeth, 1878-1972
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Item — Box: Hewett 4
Scope and Contents Typewritten list of captions explains that the album contains "Photographs showing the excavation and repair of the Vapor Bath House (structure 3E3) at Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico, by the Carnegie Institution of Washington, made possible through the generosity of Miss A. E. White and Miss M. R. White." Includes 1936 and 1938 letters from Sylvanus Morley.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1936
Scope and Contents Snapshots featuring Elizabeth White's 1914 trip to Guatemala, Mexico, and perhaps other sites in Central America. Images include those related to architecture, archaeology, and some scenes with people. The trips could be related to Sylvanus Morley's archaeological work that year, business of the Archaeological Institute of America, and/or a trip by the White sisters of Santa Fe.
Abstract Parker Wilson (1905-1984) was the son of Francis C. Wilson (attorney for Martha and Elizabeth White). Parker Wilson was a board member of the School of American Research (SAR) and his papers include correspondence regarding the School from 1952-1971. Also included is a report on the Navajo Dam project by the National Park Service. There is also a folder of materials pertaining to the Laboratory of Anthropology, Inc., 1961-1963, especially financial accounts.
Dates: 1952-1984; Majority of material found in 1952-1971
Identifier: AC 604