Walter, Paul A. F.
Found in 8 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.
Identifier: AC 038
Scope and Content The following is a list of principal categories. I. A summary of Beatrice Champion Chauvenet. II. Tsianina Evans - Jennie Avery Correspondence. III. Other biographical material. IV. Material relating to Edgar Lee Hewett, Ph.D. V. Bandelier National Monument. VI. Old Santa Fe Association. VII. Historical...
Identifier: AC 016
Scope and Content Collection consists of correspondence among Donald Beauregard, Frank Springer, Edgar L. Hewett, Paul A.F. Walter, and others, primarily concerning the health of Beauregard and the disposition of his paintings. Also included in the collection is correspondence between Beauregard's family and Springer and Hewett regarding artwork left by Beauregard to Springer and the Museum of Fine Arts. Beauregard, a protege of Frank Springer of the Museum of New Mexico, studied art in Europe and was scheduled...
Identifier: AC 108
Scope and Content Collection consists primarily of records of the Historical Society of New Mexico. Includes minutes of meetings from 1859 to 1863, 1909 to 1926, and 1974-1982; records of purchases from 1926 to 1961; records of gifts from 1915 to 1998; and two registers signed by the Historical Society's members and guests (including Theodore Roosevelt) from 1893, and 1899 to 1907. Included are various annual reports, some in both English and Spanish, from 1884 throught 1956. Also within the collection are a...
Identifier: AC 233
Scope and Content Lew Wallace Collection consists of six folders containing material relevant to Lew Wallace. Only one folder contains a fragmented document pertaining directly to Wallace while governor of New Mexico. The remaining documents deal with the donation of Wallace material to the Museum. The Lew Wallace Collection Addition consists of two items. Foreign language editions of Ben Hur are available in the general stacks. Greek Edition,...
Scope and Content The New Mexico Historical Review collection, housed in 10 boxes, represents the day to day workings of a scholarly journal. The collection includes substantial correspondence of the first four editors of the New Mexico Historical Review, Lansing B. Bloom, Paul A.F. Walter, Frank Driver Reeve, and Eleanor B. Adams, as well as many well known men and women who held an interest in the history of the Southwest, the Historical...
Identifier: AC 234
Scope and Content Collection includes correspondence of Paul A. F. Walter while he served as Secretary of the School of American Archaeology and later the School of American Research during the years 1913-1917, 1921-1922, and 1925-1928. Also included is Walter's Correspondence while he served as President of the New Mexico Historical Society in 1933-1934 and later from 1936 to 1941. Other items in the collection are related to Walter's official functions within the School of American Research or the...
Identifier: AC 219
Scope and Content Collection consists of materials relating to the Taos Society of Artists and its members. Includes the constitution, by-laws, minutes, and reports of the Society; promotional materials and programs from various art exhibits; and materials concerning the Museum of New Mexico, which worked closely with the Society. This collection also contains a significant amount of correspondence involving members and associates of the Society, including Oscar Berninghaus, E. Irving Couse, Gerald Cassidy, Bert...