Marjorie Lambert Papers
Identifier: AC 561-p
Scope and Content
Collection consists of certificates of recognition as well as newspaper articles about Marjorie Lambert's accomplishments. Certificates include Spanish Colonial Arts Society (1990); State Board of Education (1969); Curator Emerita, Laboratory of Anthropology (1984); New Mexico Heritage Preservation Award (1988). Also included are a booklet of Indian Paintings from the Margretta S. Dietrich Collection (1963), a letter from the “Peanuts” artist Charles Schulz to Marjorie Lambert (1958), and obituary articles on the death of her father John A. Ferguson in Colorado Springs, CO.
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The collection is open for research.
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Anthropologist Marjorie Ferguson Lambert (1908-2006) was a curator of archaeology for the Museum of New Mexico and the School of American Research for over thirty years. Early in her career she worked closely with Edgar Hewett and Sylvanus Morley on many excavations in New Mexico.
Photographs from the 1930’s to the 1990’s are in the MNM Photo Archives, HP.1992.31
- Guide to the Marjorie Lambert Papers, 1958-1990
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- © 2012
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- Finding aid is in English
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