Manuscripts by Subjects
Total manuscripts: 6
Perkins, R.F. "Chick"
2 record storage boxes, 2 doc boxes
13:5:1 - 13:5:2
Collection consists of personal papers and photographs of R.F. "Chick" Perkins, who was active in the development of archaeological and museum studies in southern Nevada as well as the reactivation of the Nevada Park Service.
1926 - 1980
1 record storage box, 2 slim document boxes (1.42 linear feet)
2:4:6 Roller Shelf 1.6.4
The Pueblo Grande collection contains essays and correspondence for nomination and documentation of inclusion to the National Register. It also contains photographs and an inventory of Pueblo and Anasazi artifacts included in the Pueblo Grande de Nevada site, Lost City Museum.
Rathbun, Frank D.
1919 - 1939
1 document box, 2 slim doc boxes, and 2 flat boxes
2:3:1 Roller Shelf 1.5.8
The Rathbun papers include publications on the Colorado Aqueduct and telephone lines at Hayfield and the Colorado Rim. There is also a descriptive chapter on desert mirages and archeological field notes written by Rathbun. The archeological materials include inventories from sites in the Southern Great Basin, photos of dwellings and pictographs (taken in the 30ís), Nevada Highways and Parks promotional brochures and general newspaper articles on anthropology and archeology (1920ís-1930ís).
Rozaire, Charles Collection on Tule Springs, Nevada
1.38 linear feet (3 boxes)
A 2:5:5 - 2:5:6
The collection comprises approximately 1,000 slides of Tule Springs, Nevada, as well as Rozaire's files documenting archaeological excavation and investigations in Tule Springs (Clark County) from 1955 to 2005. The files include Rozaire's writings, newspaper clippings, journals, diaries, and photocopied articles regarding Tule Springs.
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Stewart - Knack Collection on Nevada Indians
1830 - 1975
3 large boxes
3:4:1 - 3:4:2
The Stewart - Knack Collection is a collection of Native American research materials used by Dr. Omer Call Stewart and Dr. Martha Knack. It contains notes, documents, judicial opinions, maps and journal entries dealing with the following tribes: Washo, Northern Paiute, Southern Paiute, Chemehuevi and Mohave. Dr. Knack and Dr. Stewart co-authored the book "As Long as the River Shall Run : An Ethnohistory of Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation." Dr. Knack is a professor in the Anthropology Department of UNLV and Dr. Stewart a Professor Emeritus at University of Colorado, Boulder.INVENTORY AVAILABLE
Stewart Ranch Burial Records
128 p., bound ; 34 cm
This collection consists of a record book recording burials for the Las Vegas area before Woodlawn Cemetery was established. Contains names, ages and descriptions of deceased, dates of death, causes of death, and lists burial plots numbers at the Stewart Ranch from 1905-1913. Record book contains a sketch of burial plots and corresponding numbers on flyleaf of book.