Bertha Dutton Letters
Identifier: AC 467-p
Scope and Content
The file consists of two letters to Dutton, one from Frank Waters, the other from White Bear. They are about the drawings made by White Bear of the Kuaua drawings found in the now Coronado Monument.
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Bertha Dutton (1903-1991) was one of the first women archaelogist in the United States. She worked in New Mexico, was Director of the Museum of New Mexico and Director of the Wheelwright Museum. She wrote Indians of the American Southwest.
- Finding Aid of the Bertha Dutton Letters, 1962
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- Finding aid is in English
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