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Accession 94-044,  Washburn, Wilcomb E,  Wilcomb E. Washburn Papers, 1951-1993

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Washburn, Wilcomb E
Title: Wilcomb E. Washburn Papers
Dates: 1951-1993
Quantity: 15 cu. ft. (15 record storage boxes)
Collection: Accession 94-044
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

These papers document much of the career of Wilcomb E. Washburn, the greater part of it spent on the staff of the Smithsonian Institution as a curator at the National Museum of American History and as director of the Office of American Studies. Materials include correspondence, draft and finished scholarly and popular articles, and reveal some of Washburn's parallel interests, such as the Peabody Museum. Among Washburn's scholarly interests as recorded here are studies of colonial American history, Indian-white relations in the United States, and broad theme of cultural history and American civilization.

Descriptive Entry

These papers document much of the career of Wilcomb E. Washburn (WEW), the greater part of it spent on the staff of the Smithsonian Institution as a curator at the National Museum of American History and as director of the Office of American Studies. The papers include correspondence, draft and finished scholarly and popular articles, and reveal some of Washburn's parallel interests, such as the Peabody Museum. Among Washburn's scholarly interests as recorded here are studies of colonial American history, Indian-white relations in the United States, and broad theme of cultural history and American civilization.

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Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 94-044, Washburn, Wilcomb E, Wilcomb E. Washburn Papers

Container List

Box 1

Correspondence

ALBUQUERQUE de, Luis (deceased), 1979-1993.

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ALUM, Roland A., 1987

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Correspondence - A including ALMAULA, Bipin, (no date; WEW said the letter was probably written in the 1970s); ALMOND, Harry H., Jr., Arlington, Virginia, 1988; ATKINS, Conni, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1990; and AZEVEDO, Neyde (Professor), San Francisco, California, 1984

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DANIEL BOONE PROJECT, 1979-1985

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Correspondence - B including BANKS, Susan, London, England, 1988-1990, and BLACK, Craig, Christmas 1990

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CORTESAO, Armando, 1971-1976 (Deceased)

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Correspondence - C including CADWALADER, Sandra, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1983-1987; CAMPISI, Jack, Red Hook, New York, 1985; CANNON, Mark W., Washington, DC, 1987; CARRERA, Magali M., SI, 1987; CASWELL, John E., Turlock, California, 1986; CHANDRA, Pramod (Professor), Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1984-1985; CHOUKAS, Michael, Hanover, New Hampshire, 1988; CLAIBORNE, Louis, Washington, DC, 1984; CLIFTON, James A., Green Bay, Wisconsin, 1986; COLEMAN, Michael, Finland, 1989; COLIN, Susi, Auburn, Alabama, 1987; COLTELLI, Laura, Pisa, Italy, 1990; COOPERSMITH, Ronald, Potomac, Maryland, 1986; COSENTINO, Andrew J., 1990; CUMMINGS, Milton, Washington, DC, 1983-1987; and CUMMINS, Jim, England, 1988

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Correspondence - D including DANFORTH, Susan L., JCB Library, 1985-1986; DARE, Lisa, Alameda, California 94501 (Christmas card 1990); DAVIS, Oren W., Trinity College, Burlington, Vermont, 1985; DECTER, Avi Y., The Center for HISTORY NOW, 1990; DEER, Ada (Professor), University of Wisconsin, 1985; DE LATTRE, Edwin J., Boston, Massachusetts, 1990; DEMOS, John (Professor), Brandeis University, 1985; DESAI, Niranjan, Minister of Culture, Embassy of India, Washington, DC, 1985; and DUFFEY, Joseph (Dr.), Pres., University of Massachusetts, 1989

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ETCHEPAREBORDA, Roberto, Alexandria, Virginia, 1984

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Correspondence - E including EARLY, James, SI, 1984; EGGAN, Fred (Professor)/ Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1989; EHRENBERG, Ralph, Library of Congress, 1990; EISENSTEIN, Elizabeth (Professor), Washington, DC, 1984; EISINGER, Peter (Dr.), University of Wisconsin, 1984; ELFIN, Mel, Newsweek, Washington, DC, 1985; ENTERLINE, Mr. and Mrs. James R., New York, New York, 1986; ETZIONI, Amitai, GWU, 1984; and EWERS, Margaret (obituary), 1988

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FERRIS, William (Encyclopedia of Southern Culture), 1982

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Correspondence - F including FANN, David (Professor), George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, 1989; FEULNER, Edwin J., Jr. The Heritage Foundation, Washington, DC, 1987; FINAN, John (Dr.), Bethesda, Maryland, 1983, 1987; FINK, Lois (Letter to Diane Tepfer, Washington, DC, dated March 1, 1990, enclosing letter of March 1, 1990 to Dr. Lois Fink, National Museum of American Art, to be included in special tribute to Lois Fink); FISHER, John M., American Security Council, 1985; FORMAN, New York, New York, 1990; FOSTER, Charles R. (Dr.), Washington, DC, 1984; FRANCIS, Mrs. H. H., Embassy of New Zealand, Washington, DC, 1988; FRANK, Dr. K., Institut fur Geographie der Universitat Innsbruck, Austria, 1984; FRAZIER, Samuel K. , Frazier and Associates, Inc., Washington, DC, 1982 and 1987; FREEMAN, Scott M. (Professor), Exec. Ed., University of Pa. Law Review, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1984; FULLER, Nancy J., Office of Museum Programs, SI, 1986; and FUNAKOSHI, Akio, Nara Women's University, Nara 630, Japan, (Christmas card, 1989)

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Correspondence - G including GARCES, Laura, Washington, DC, April 7, 1989; GARRITY, Thomas, South Hamilton, Massachusetts, September 26, 1988; GAUSTAD, Edwin S., Williamsburg, Virginia, January 27, 1982; GAUZ, Valeria, Rio de Janeiro, 1987-1988; GEERTZ, Armin W., University of Aarhus, Denmark, February 13, 1990; GEIMER, William W., Washington, DC, May 17, 1990; GERBER, Betty Jane Johnson, Washington, DC, (Historic Georgetown Foundation), 1990; GIDDENS, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth, Washington, DC, September 23, 1988; GILLETTE, Howard F. (Professor), Washington, DC, February 29, 1984; GIORDANO, F. (Dr.), Roma, Italy, April 7, 1989; GIRON, Alfonso Garcia (Christmas card); GOGGIN, Jackie (Ms.), Library of Congress, Washington, DC, April 18, 1986; GOLDBERG, Jake, Crown Publishers, New York, New York, 1986; GOODELL, Robert, Putney, Vermont, December 31, 1984; GRABOWSKY, Fred, Washington, DC, July 1, 1987; GROSVENOR, Gilbert M., National Geographic Society, Washington, DC, April 11, 1988; and GUNN, John, Santa Ana, California, January 19, 1989

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Correspondence - H including HALL, Donna, Browning, Montana, 1988; HANDLER, Richard, Department of Anthropology, University of Virginia, 1987; HARDISON, O. B., Jr., University of California, May 1, 1989; HARPER, Laurence (Professor - Emeritus), University of California, Berkeley, October 2, 1986; HASKINS, Sherwood C., Jr., Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, New Hampshire, 1908; HEATH, Dwight B. (Professor), Department of Anthropology, Brown University, 1985; HENRETTA, James A., Department of History, University of Maryland, 1988; HERNSTAD, Judith, New York, New York, June 19, 1990; HEUMANN, Hans D., German Embassy, Washington, DC, 1985-1986; HILL, Kathleen S., 2810 Montelius, Klamath Falls, Oregon, 97601, 1984-1985; HIPPLER, Arthur E. (Professor), Anchorage, Alaska, 1983-1984; HIRSCH, Adam J. (Professor), Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, 1988; HOFFMAN, Bernard G. (Dr.), 2522 Drexel St., Vienna, Virgnia 22180, February 20, 1984-1988; HOOVER, Cynthia, SI, April 1, 1985; HOROWITZ, Helen L. (Professor), Department of History, University of Southern California, July 8, 1987; HOU, Ren-Zhi, Cornell University-in-Washington, Washington, DC, 1984; HOWARD, A. E. Dick (Professor), School of Law, University of Virginia, 1987 and 1989; HOXIE, Frederick E., Chicago, Illinois, 1984; HUGHES, Ellen Roney, SI, February 6, 1990; HUMELSINE, Carlisle H., Williamsburg, Virginia, 1985; and HYMAN, Harold M., Rice University, Houston, Texas, 1984

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Correspondence - J including JACKSON, Mrs. Melvin, Washington, DC, 1984 and 1987 and JOPLING, Carol F., Seville, Spain, 1987-1988

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KENNEDY, Roger - 1987-1991

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Correspondence - K including KAISER, Professor Dr. Rudolf, Hildesheim, Germany, 1982-1984; KEARE, Douglas H., Washington, DC, June 12, 1989; KING, JoAnn, Washington DC 20003, 1984; KIRACOFE, Cliff, UNIVERSITYS. Senate, July 20, 1990; KLSII, George (Professor), Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1983-89 (Deceased); KLEIN, Professor Dr. Hans-Joachim, Karlsruhe, Germany, 1990; KNIGHT, Bruce, Hanover, New Hampshire, June 20, 1988; KOLB, Mrs. Joy, Erie, Pennsylvania, 1985; KROES, Rob (Dr.), Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1984-1985; KREYSA, Frank J. (Dr.), Potomac, Maryland, March 28, 1984; and KUNZ, Christine V., Amerisphere Group, Ltd., Washington, DC, 1988

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LAITINEN, Tuomo, 1981-1988

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LINCOLN, Ranlet, 1985

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LURIE, Nancy, 1971-1985

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LYSYK, Kenneth, 1970-1983

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Correspondence - L including LAFLER, Hazel, July 17, 1989; LAZARUS, Ed, June 5, 1984; LAZZARONI, Dott. Luigi, Saronno, Italy, 1987-1988; LEVINE, Daniel B., National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 1986- ; LEVINE, Lawrence W. (Professor), University of California, Berkeley, 1989; LEWIS, Archibald R. (Dr.), The American Neptune, Peabody Museum, April 30, 1985; LINCOLN, Kenneth (Professor), Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles, 1988; LOAR, Peggy A., Director, The Wolfsonian Foundation, Miami Beach, Florida, 1985, 1988; LOMAWAIME, Har-tmal, 1987; LOMBARDI, J., 262 Carroll St., Brooklyn, New York 11237, Christmas card 1990; LONGO, Donna, Handbook of North American Indians (HNAI), SI, July 29, 1987; LOWENTHAL, David (Professor), Department of Geography, University College London, London WC1H OAP, England, 1986; LUTTWAK, Edward, Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815, 1985-1990; and LYNN, Kenneth S. (Professor), Washington, DC, 1988

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MATEYKA, Marsha, Marsha Mateyka Gallery, Washington, DC, 20009, 1985-1987

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DA MOTA, Teixeira (Deceased), 1975-1982

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Correspondence - M including MAC DONALD, George F. (Dr.), Director, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Quebec, August 21, 1990; HAREFAT, Mina, Architectural History and Historic Preservation, SI, February 6, 1990; MARGOLIN, Malcolm, Heyday Books, Berkeley, California, 1986; MARINO, Cesare, HNAI, 1984 and 1987; MARTELLA, Robert and Richard Sanders, National Air and Space Museum (NASM), Office of Special Programs, SI, June 30, 1986; MARTINEZ, Dr. Carlos Perez, Bucaramanga, Colombia, South America, December 10, 1990; MAURO, Dra. Alessandra, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, Roma, Italy, May 20, 1988; MAW, Robin, Washington, DC, 1986; MAYBERRY-LEWIS, David, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (WWICS), SI, 1986-1987; MELTZER, David J., Department of Anthropology, Southern Methodist Univeristy, Dallas, Texas, 1986; MENGES, Constantine C., Ph.D., AEI, Washington, DC, 1984-1989; MILBANK, Mrs. Caroline, New York, New York, October 23, 1990; MILLER, Iris, Bethesda, Maryland, April 2, 1985; MOLNAR, Bill (postcard from Roma, October 25, 1990); MOORE, John Norton, School of Law, University of Virginia, 1985-1988; and MUNSON, Marsha (Jim Munson was George Washington University graduate student in 1970s - Invitation to celebration of Jim's Ph.D., June 9, 1984)

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Correspondence - N including NABOKOV, Peter, Pacific Grove, California, 1981 and 1984; NATIONAL CONGRESS OF AMERICAN INDIANS (invitation to open house on June 18, 1984); UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS, Lincoln, Nebraska, re publication of paperback edition of Powhatan's Mantle, March 23, 1989; NEVILLE, Anthony, Smithsonian Office of Educational Research (Olmsted Papers) 1984; NEWMAN, Richard, New York Public Library, 1985-1986; NICOLAIDES (postcard from Cape Town, July 31, 1987); NOBLE, David (Professor), Washington, DC, 1984-1986; and NURMESNIEMI (Antti and Vuokko), Helsinki, Finland, 1988

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ORTIZ, Roxanne Dunbar, San Francisco, California, 1983-1986

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Correspondence - O including OBERDORFER, Louis F., UNIVERSITYS. District Court, Washington, DC, January 18, 1989; ODEBRECHT (Mr. Renato A. Machado Martins, Vice President), Letter from WEW to Mr. Machado Martins, V.P., Odebrecht), March 31, 1987; OH, Edward K., notes taken by WEW re: Mr. Oh, February 23, 1987; O'NEAL, Michael E., Ph.D., British Virgin Islands, January 10, 1989; ORTIZ, Alfonso, University of New Mexico, August 1984; and OXENDINE, Joseph B., (Professor), Temple University, 1983-1984

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PASZEK, Marian (Mr.) Wroclaw, Poland, 1966-1968

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PESSEN, Edward (Deceased) 1978-1986,

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POWER, Robert H. (Deceased), Ms. - 1990

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PROVOST, Foster, Providence, Rhode Island, 1987-1988

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Correspondence - P including PACKARD, George R., School of Advanced International Studies, the Johns Hopkins University, 1983, 1987; PAMIAS, Frank, New York City, New York 10009 re Morton vs. Mancari, H.R. 4496 (note dated March 29, 1989); PEATTIE, Lisa, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,1986; PEISCH, Burlington, Vermont, 1990; PEMNINGTON, Estill Curtis, Laurel, Mississippi, 1985; PEOPLES, Kenneth M. (See Correspondence S, State Department), July 27, 1983; PEPPER, John B., Jackson, New Hampshire, 1988; PERRIN, Nadine, Paris, France, 1984, 1987; PETTUS, Peter, Sharon, Connecticut, 1988; PHILLIPS, Robert S., Editorial Director, Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois, 1984-1985; PHILLIPS, William, Legis. Assistant to Senator Ted Stevens, (with Hamel and Park, Washington, DC as of December 1, 1986), 1982-1986; POMEROY, Robert W., Washington, DC, 1984; PONNAMPERUMA, Cyril, Professor of Chemistry, University of Maryland, September 9, 1987; PORTER, Bruce, Washington, DC, May 19, 1986; PORTER, Joseph C., Center for Western Studies, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, January 9, 1985; PRITCHETT, Dylan, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1988; PROCTOR, Mary, Washington, DC, 1983, 1985; and PUTNEY, Diane T., Ft. Belvoir, Virginia, 1985

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REINHARDT, John E., 1983-1987

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RIPLEY, S. Dillon, 1979-1987

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ROWSE, A. L., 1965-1982

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Correspondence - R including RANGER, Robin, The Heritage Foundation, Washington, DC, November 6, 1987; RANLET, Philip (Professor), Hunter College of the City University of New York, 1988; RATH, Fred, Cooperstown, New York 13326, 1990; RAVENAL, Earl C. (Dr.), Washington, DC, 1982-1990; RAYMOND, Walter, Jr. National Security Council, January 28, 1985; REHM, Diane, Washington, DC, July 9, 1986; REILLY, Robert, Special Assistant to the President for Public Liaison, November 1984; REINGOLD, Nathan, SI, August 8, 1984; ROGERS, Francis M. (Deceased) 1983-1988; ROWAN, David, Beardsley Publishing Corp., Woodbury, Connecticut, November 18, 1988 (job recommendation for Lille Canning); RUFFNER, Fred, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan, 1989; RUSCO, Elmer R., Department of Political Science, University of Nevada, 1982-1985; RYSTAD, Goran, University of Lund, Sund, Sweden, 1982-1990

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SEITZ, Phillip (Memorandum for Distribution from NASM, SI, dated May 5, 1986, re: Final Videohistory Proposal to the Sloan Foundation)

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Correspondence - S including SAHARA, Makoto (Professor), Japan, August 29, 1989; SARICH, Vincent (Professor), University of California, Berkeley, December 26, 1990; SCHERER, Joanna, HNAI, September 6, 1985, July 23, 1984; SCHIER, G. (Dr.), Hamburg, Germany, June 30, 1986; SCHIFTER, Richard, Washington, DC, June 28, 1985; SCHNEIDER, Hy, New York, New York, 1984; SCHNEIDER, James G.r Kankakee, Illinoise, (visited WEW March 2, 1987); SCHROEDER, Aribert (Dr.), U Dusseldorf, English, 1983-1985; SCHUBART, Richard D., Exeter, New Hampshire, June 1, 1988; SCHULZKE, Waltraud (Dr.), Monchengladbach, Germany, 1984; SCHWARTZ, Stephen, San Francisco, California, 1986-1988; SECCO, Anna (Mrs.), Deerfield Beach, Florida, 1989; SHAW, Peter, New York City, November 1, 1989; SILLS, Mark, 1990; SOLLORS, Werner (Professor), Department of English and American Literature and Language, Harvard University, 1988; SOUTO, Carlos (Capt., Portuguese Navy, Naval Attache), 1989; SPREIREGEN, Paul D., Washington, DC, July 11, 1984; STAPP, William F., Curator of Photographs, National Portrait Gallery (NPG), May 14, 1984; STORY, Hatcher, Courtland, Virginia, April 26, 1989; STUART, Douglas B., Ft. Washington, Maryland, 1989; SWIGART, Edmund K. (Mrs.), Washington, Connecticut, 1985; and SYKES, Charles J., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1990

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TOLMACHEVA, Marina, (Professor), Department of History, Seattle University, Seattle, Washington, 1983-1989.

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TOWNER, Lawrence W. (Dr.), Chicago, Illinois (Deceased), 1964-1992

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Correspondence - T including TAEUBER, Conrad (Professor), Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University, 1984; TALBOT, Frank, Director, National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), February 13, 1990, re: Editorial in International Journal of Museum Management and Curatorship (Talbot's memo of January 28, 1990 to North American Exhibits Committee); TELL, William K., Jr., Senior V.P., Texaco, Inc., White Plains, New York, June 12, 1989; THOMPSON, W. Scott, 4650 Broad Branch Road, NW, Washington, DC, 1903-1986; THOMSON, J. A., UK Mission to the UN, New York, New York, 1984; THORNTON, John (Professor), Millersville University, 1990; TILLER, Veronica, Tiller Research, Inc. Washington, DC, 1983-1990.

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TODOROVICH, Miro (Professor), University Center for Rational Alternatives, New York, NY, July 31, 1990; TOLEDANO, Mrs. Roulhac B., Charlottesville, Virginia, 1988; TOOKER, Elizabeth, c/o Anthropology Department, SI, November 20, 1989; TRIAS, Rolando A. Laguarda (Professor), Montevideo, Uruguay, March 19, 1987; TSUNEISHI, Warren, Chief, Asian Division, Library of Congress, 1989; and TURNER, Ellis, Dixon and Turner Research Associates, Bethesda, Maryland, 1987 (enclosed copy of their brochure)

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VAUGHAN, Alden (Professor), Department of History, Columbia University, New York, New York, 1969-1986.

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VILLAIN-GANDOSSI, Christiane (Madame), Centre Europeen de Coordination de Recherche et de Documentation en Sciences Sociales, Vienna, Austria, 1980-1986.

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Correspondence - V including VENNUM, Thomas, Office of Folklife Programs, June 17, 1988, and VIZENOR, Gerald (Professor), c/o New Rivers, Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1986-1987

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WECKMANN, Luis, (Dr.), 1984

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WITOMSKI, Peter, President, International Corporate Research, North Massapequa, New York 11758, 1971-1987

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WOLF, Dr. Armin, Freiherr-vom-Stein Str. 7, MPI fur Europ. Rechtsgeschichte, D-6000 Frankfurt 1, Germany, 1985-1986

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Correspondence - W including WAGNER, Dr. Vern, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, February 26, 1987; WALD, The Honorable Patricia M., US Circuit Judge, UNIVERSITYS. Court of Appeals, Washington, DC, 1935; WALLACE, William H. (Professor), University of New Hampshire, 1984; WALLIS, Dr. Helen, Map Room, British Library, London, May 22, 1985; WALTER, J. Jackson, President, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC, May 6, 1987; WARREN, David (Dr.), Director, Cultural Research and Resources Center, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, May 18, 1988; WASHBURN, Dr. Dorothy K., Ionia, New York 14475, 1988; WEINSTEIN, Allen, The Center for Democracy, Boston University, 143 Bay State Road, Boston, Massachusetts 02215, (May 1985), 1983-1985; WHEELER, Professor Douglas L. , Coordinator, International Conf. Group on Portugal, Department of History, University of New Hampshire, June 11, 1990; WILKINSON, Gerald T. , Exec. Director, National Indian Youth Council, Albuquerque, New Mexico, August 22, 1984; WILLIAMS, Daniel E.(Dr.), Tubingen, Germany. 1984; WILLIAMS, Dr. John Alexander, Director, Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Jubilee Commission, Washington, DC, February 18, 1987; WILLIAMS, Susan (early student), 31 Kingwood Road, Oakland, California 94619, (letter from her dated July 21, 1987); WILSON, Esther, Heritage Foundation, Washington, DC, August 21, 1984; WOLFSON, Mickey, The Wolfson Initiative Corp. Miami, Florida, October 9, 1987; WOOLOCK, Jeffrey, Department of Psychiatry, New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, New York, New York, 1985; WOLTER, John A. , Chief, Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress, 1984-1986; WOODWARD, David (Professor), Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin, 1982-1986; and WRIGHT, Mrs. St. Clair, Historic Annapolis, Inc., May 1, 1989.

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Correspondence - Z including ZIMMERN, Bernard, Single Screw Compressor, Inc., Norwalk, Connecticut, 1987, and ZIONTZ, Alvin J., Ziontz, Pirtle, Morisset, Ernstoff and Chestnut, Seattle, Washington 98104, 1980

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Writings and Publications

Alabama and the Borderlands, "University of Alabama Press, 1985 (WEW has chapter in this). For file on this see Paper presented at Symposium on "Alabama and the Borderlands," University of Alabama, September 24-25, 1981, "The Southeast in the Age of Conflict and Revolution," University of Alabama Press, 1985.

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"American Historians Should Acknowledge Their Failure to Oppose Soviet Distortions," Chron of Higher Ed., December 1990.

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The American Indian and the Problem of History, ed. by Calvin Martin (WEW's Chapter 8). 1987. (See WEW Writings, Publications - "Distinguishing History from Moral Philosophy and Public Advocacy," American Indian and the Problem of History, C. Martin, ed., 1987.)

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American Indian in UNIVERSITYS. Society (ICA and American Studies Newsletter), 1983-1986.

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The Assault on Indian Tribalism, (Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1975). Reprinted by Robert E. Krieger Publishing Co., Melbourne, Florida, 1986. 1972-1989.

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Foreword for Beyond the Covenant Chain; The Iroquois and Their Neighbors in Indian North America, 1675-1755, by James H. Merrell and Daniel K. Richter. 1987.

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"Beyond the Horizons," chapter in The American Land, Smithsonian Exposition Books, 1979.

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Box 2

"The Canary Islands and the Question of the Prime Meridian: The Search for Precision in the Measurement of the Earth," The American Neptune. Vol. XLIV, No. 2, Spring 1984. Paper presented at V Coloquio de Historia Canario-Americana, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, October 4-12, 1982, "The Canary Islands and the Question of the Prime Meridian..."

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"The Chop Revisited," Heterodoxy. April 1992.

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"Proposed Civil Rights Act of 1990: Potential for Ethnic Challenges to Statistical Imbalance," Measure, No. 87 (August 1990).

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"Collecting Information, Not Objects," Museum News. Vol. 62, No. 3, February 1984. Paper presented at meeting of American Association of Museums (AAM), San Diego, California, June 1983, "Collecting Information, Not Objects".

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Columbus Quincentenary Article with Joan Challinor, October 1987 ("Five Ways We Can Hail Columbus," Washington Post, October 11, 1987.

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"Columbus: On and Off the Reservation," National Review, October 5, 1992.

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"The Coming of the Europeans: Epilogue," chapter in The Smithsonian Book of North American Indians before the Coming of the Europeans by Phillip Kopper and the Editors of Smithsonian Books (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Books, 1986).

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"A Critical View of Critical Archaeology," Current Anthropology. August-October 1987.

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Introduction to chapter in Cultural Dimensions of Play, Games, and Sport, TAASP, 1986. (Introduction entitled "Sport" to Part IV of Cultural Dimensions of Play. Games, and Sport, ed. by Bernard Mergen [Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers, Inc., 1986] "Cultural Relativism, Human Rights, and the AAA," American Anthropologist, December 1987.

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"Distinguishing History from Moral Philosophy and Public Advocacy, American Indian and the Problem of History, ed. by Calvin Martin, 1987.

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Handbook of North American Indians (HNAI), Vol. 4, W.E.W., editor, 1990

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HNAI - Illustrations, 1984-1988

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HNAI - Maps and Illustrations, v. 4, 1984-1987

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HNAI, 1975-1986

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Stella's lists, etc., 1981-1985

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HNAI: Working File, 1984-1986.

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The History of the Relationship between the Indian and the White Man: for German Art Exhibition Catalog, ed. G. Hoffmann, 1985. ("Indianer und Weisse: Die Geschichte ihrer Beziehung," chapter in Indianische Kunst im 20. Jahrhundert. ed. by Gerhard Hoffmann

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(Munchen: Prestel-Verlag, 1985), pp. 15-21.)

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"Indian Policy Since the 1880s," (WEW's chapter in Aggressions of Civilization, ed. by Cadwalader and Deloria, 1984.)

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The American Heritage History of the Indian Wars, written with Robert M. Utley (New York: American Heritage Publishing Co., 1977), 352 pp.

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"Justice Brennan's Challenge to Historians," AHA Newsletter PERSPECTIVES, December 1986.

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Introduction to L'Indianite: Contexte et Perspectives, Revue Francaise d'Etudes Americalnes,, ed. , Joelle Rostkowski, 1988.

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"Material Culture and Public History: Maturing Together?" The Public Historian. Spring 1991.

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"Monumental Washington," Planning guide, 1978.

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Contribution to the Museum - A Reference Guide, ed. by M. Shapiro, "Chapter 8 - Exhibiting, 1984.

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"Museums and Repatriation of Objects in Their Collections," Peabody Museum Catalogue, February 1990.

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"Preparations and Problems of Preparing for the 500th Anniversary of Columbus's Discovery of America," Anais Hidroqraficos. 1984, [1987].

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"The Noble and Ignoble Savage," Handbook of American Folklore, Indiana University Press, 1983.

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"Quotas Are Tough If All Are Minorities," Wall Street Journal, March 22, 1984.

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Reply to Edmund Hanauer, American Studies Newsletter. September 1986.

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"Representative Institutions Among Contemporary American Indian Tribal Societies," Parliaments, Estates and Representation, 1982.

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"The Reservation Indian: A Unique Ethnic," IPS [UNIVERSITYS. Information Agency Press Service] Byliner, 1976.

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"Response to Thomas Biolsi," American Anthropologist. Fall 1985.

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Response to Orosz article in Museum Studes Journal of Spring 1986, "The Development of the National Museum at the Smithsonian Institution, 1846-1855: A Response to Joel J. Orosz's Article," by S. Dillon Ripley and Wilcomb E. Washburn, Museum Studies Journal, Spring-Summer 1987, vol. 2, no. 4. 1987-1988

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Fourth Russell Tribunal on Indian Rights: Article for Indian Truth, May, 1981-1982.

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"Comment on Richard Stoffle's Commentary, "The Hopi, Navajo, Paiute, Zuni Land Disputes," American Anthropologist, September 1990.

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"The Supreme Court's Use and Abuse of History," Organization of American Historians (OAH) Newsletter, August 1983. (Paper presented at AAA Meeting, Washington, DC, on December 4, 1982. Revised title: Supreme Court's Use and Abuse of History" (Published in OAH Newsletter, August 1983). OAH Newsletter article was originally titled "The Role of 'Revisionist" Historians and 'Activist' Anthropologists on the Judicial Perception of the American Indian" and was given as a paper at the American Anthropological Assoc. meeting in Washington, DC, on December 4, 1982.).

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"Symbols and Images," in Every Four Years, Smithsonian Exposition Books, 1980.

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"Treason of the Intellectuals," 1989, Young America's Foundation,

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1991.

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"The Unbuilt Capital: Lost Plans for Washington," American Institute of Architects (AIA) Journal, June 1978.

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"Whither Architecture? Some Outside Views," AIA Journal. mid-May

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1982.

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Peabody Museum, Board of Visitors

Peabody Museum, 1970-1989

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Proposal: The Modernization of the Peabody Photographic Archives, 1977

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Peabody Museum - Associates Lecture, March 8, 1972

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Peabody Reports, 1973-1977

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Peabody Museum Financial Report, May 1976

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Peabody Visiting Committee, 1974

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Hall of the North American Indian, 1986

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Peabody Museum (Harvard) Advisory Committee on Indian Exhibit, 1985

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Peabody Museum: Ian Brown Report 1986-1991

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Writings and Publications

"Who Speaks for the Indian?," Notes in support of JES article, 1979 (2 folders)

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WEW - Early Speeches at Smithsonian, 1957-1968

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Point Barrow Naval Research Lab Correspondence, 1980-1986

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"Teixeira da Mota Memorial Volume," 1983-1986

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Indian Wars Talk to SI Associates, February 1985

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"Indian Reorganization Act" talk, Rutgers University, November 19, 1986

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WEW Pending Projects - Use of Soviet-UNIVERSITYS. Maps for Foreign Policy, 1987

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WEW's participation in TV series "Made in America," with Ringe Media (Lloyd Herman), 1987

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Pirandello Lyceum, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02238 (Philip Cordaro, Pres. P.O. 473), 1988

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Images of America: SI Books, December 1988-1989

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Revision of Funk and Wagnalls New Encyclopedia Article on Indian Wars, 1991

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Portuguese Cartography in Age of Discoveries: Lecture at Georgetown University, January 27, 1991

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Conferences and Meetings

Tours, France, Conference, 1966

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"Museums and Communities," SI, Washington, DC, March 1990

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OAH Convention, Washington, DC, March 1990

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EAAS Biennial Conference, London, April 9-13, 1990

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"American Studies: The International Dimension": Chesapeake Chap. ASA GWU, April 21, 1990

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American Council of Learned Societies annual meeting, New York City, April 26-27, 1990

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Camoes Center, Columbia University, - New York, New York, June 6-9, 1990

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1990 Visitor Studies Conference, Washington, DC, July 25-28, 1990

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"Sport and Olympism...", Gdansk, Poland, August 14-20, 1990 Cancelled

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"Spain and Portugal of the Navigators: The Iberian Peninsula Countries, Europe and New Horizons," Georgetown University, September 25-30, 1990

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Evaluation Panel at Venues of Inquiry into American City, Chicago, Illinois, October 28-30, 1990

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Society for History of Discoveries, 1990, Jamaica, October 1990

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University of Maryland Conference on "Religion, Popular Culture and Material Life in the Middle Colonies and the Upper South, 1650-1800," College Park, Maryland, November 17, 1990

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American Studies Association (ASA) Meeting, New Orleans, Lousiana, November 1-4, 1990

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American Historical Association (AHA) Annual Meeting, New York, New York, December 27-30, 1990

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Tribal Government Conference, University of Wyoming (Roberta Wilson), February 24-26, 1991

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Organization of American Historians (OAH) Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky, April 11-14, 1991

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Symposium of the Americas, SI, May 9-10, 1991

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American Association of Museums Meeting, Denver, Colorado, May 19-23, 1991

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American Indian Workshop, Rome, Italy, May-June 1991 (WEW did not attend)

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Visitor Studies Conference, Ottawa, Canada, August 5-10, 1991

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Symposium of the Americas, SI, September 5-7, 1991

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Fur Trade Conference, Mackinac Island, September 26-29, 1991

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National Association of Scholars (NAS) Conference , Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 18-20, 1991

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American Studies Association, Baltimore, Maryland, October 31-November 3, 1991

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National Park Service-San Antonio Mission, Historic Parks Quincentenary Commission conference, San Antonio, Texas, November 7-9, 1991

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American Historical Association, Chicago, Illinois, December 27-30, 1991

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Bicentennial Celebration of the Plan of Washington, DC, 1791-1991

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"Portugal and Spain of the Navigators: Age of Exploration," George Washington University, January 13-16, 1992

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Montgomery College, Maryland, "Mondays at 101" Program, February 24, 1992

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"Native Americans and the Early Republic, UNIVERSITYS. Capitol Historical Society, March 1992

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EAAS Conference, Seville, Spain, April 1992

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Conference on Exploration and Discovery, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, April 1992

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Native American Journalists Association: "Should Christopher Columbus be considered National Hero?," April 29-30, 1992 (and ACLS, Chicago)

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Salvatori Colloquium, NHB, Classroom A, June 22, 1992

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Visitor Studies Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, June 23-27, 1992

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Bancroft Library, Berkeley Talk to Friends of Library on Christopher Columbus 500, June 1992

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27th International Geographical Congress, Washington, DC, August 9-14, 1992

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VII Reuniao Internacional da Nautica e da Hidrografia, Manaus, Brazil, August 31-September 5, 1992

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"Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: The Next Five Hundred Years," Denver, Colorado, October, 1992 (Glenn T. Morris, Exec. Director, Fourth World Center and Marc Sills, Project Director, Fourth World Center for the Study of Indigenous Law and Politics, Department of Political Science, University of Colorado at Denver, 1200 Larimer Street, Campus Box 190, Denver, Colorado 80204-5300, on June 21, 1991 advised WEW that this project in which he agreed to participate was denied their request for funding by the NEH. They decided to implement the symposium phase of the project in early October 1992, the week before the Columbus holiday in the Quincentennial year. WEW returned letter with his signature indicating that he remained interested in participating in this project which was tentatively scheduled for early October, 1992.)

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American Studies Association, Costa Mesa, California, November 5-8, 1992

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American Historical Association, Washington, DC, December 27-30, 1992

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Writings and Publications

"Age of Discovery" Svc Center AHA, 1960-1973

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American Colonies until 1695 (Chicago History of American Civil War Series), 1963

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Dictionary of American History Articles (Bacon's Rebellion and American Studies)

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The American Indian and the United States, Random House, 1974-1985.

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"American Indian Studies: A Status Report," American Quarterly, August 1975 (2 folders)

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"American Indians" - Encyclopedia Americana articles

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American Studies, " Dictionary of American History (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1976)

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"American Studies at the Smithsonian Institution," 1970

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"Are Museums Necessary?," Museum News, October 1968

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The Assault on Indian Tribalism: The General Allotment Lav (Dawes Act) of 1887, 1974

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Bacon's Rebellion (Lamar for Crowell), 1966-1972

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"Brazilian Navy's Contribution to University Exposition of 1876 in Philadelphia," ("A Contribuicao da Marinha Brasileira para a Exposicao Universal de 1876 em Filadelfia"), Navigator; Subsidios para a Historia Maritima do Brasil (Rio de Janeiro) Numero 13, June 1976-December 1977

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"Civilians and War," Rejected Article, 1960s

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"The Clash of Morality in the American Forest," First Images of America: The Impact of the New World on the Old, 1975-1976

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Contributions to Anthropology: Selected Papers of A. Irving Hallowell with Introductions by Raymond D. Fogelson, Fred Eggan, Melford E. Spiro, George W. Stocking, Anthony F. C. Wallace, and Wilcomb E. Washburn. 1976

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Box 7

"Decouverte de L'Amerique," Centre d'Etudes Superieures de la Renaissance de Tours, July 4-23, 1966 (5 folders)

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"Do Museums Educate?," Curator, Vol. 18, No. 3, 1975

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Introduction to Dolls' House Booklet (by Dana Little), 1971-1980

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"The Dramatization of American Museums," Curator, Vol. VI, No. 2, 1963, (1962-1965)

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"The Effect of Bacon's Rebellion on Government in England and Virginia," Paper 17, Contributions from the Museum of History and Technology, US National Museum, Bulletin 225, SI, 1962

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Encyclopedia of Southern History - Article on Adair, 1974

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"The First Americans," chapter written with William C. Sturtevant in A Nation of Nations:... 1976

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"First Sermon Preached to 36th President of UNIVERSITYS. - Rev. Baxter (1965-1966)

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The Governor and the Rebel; A History of Bacon's Rebellion in Virginia, 1957 (4 folders)

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"Governor Berkeley and King Philip's War," New England Quarterly, September 1957

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"Sir William Berkeley's 'A History of Our Miseries'," William and Mary Quarterly, July 1957

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"Grandmotherology and Museology," Curator, 1967

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"The Great Autumnal Madness: Political Symbolism in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America," Quarterly Journal of Speech. December 1963

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The Great Design: Two Lectures on the Smithson Bequest by John Quincy Adams (Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, 1965) (Folders 1-4 of 5)

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Box 8

The Great Design: Two Lectures on the Smithson Bequest by John Quincy Adams (Washington, D. C., Smithsonian Institution, 1965) (Folder 5 of 5)

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"The Historical Context of American Indian Legal Problems," Law and Contemporary Problems, 1976

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History of the Indians of Connecticut from the Earliest Known Period to 1850, by John W. DeForest, with an introduction by Wilcomb E. Washburn, 1964

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"The Humble Petition of Sarah Drummond," William and Mary Quarterly, July 1956

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"Idea of America," (Meaning of American History Series) Never Published

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The Indian and the White Man, 1964

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The Indian in America, 1975 (5 folders)

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"Indian Removal Policy: Administrative, Historical and Moral Criteria for Judging Its Success or Failure," Ethnohistory, Summer 1965 (5 folders)

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"Indians and the American Revolution," essay in The Revolutionary Era: A Variety of Perspectives, ed. by John R. Brumgardt, Historical Commission Press, 1976

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"The Influence of the Smithsonian Institution on Intellectual Life in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Washington," Records of the Columbia Historical Society of Washington, D.C., 1963-1965, ed. by Francis C. Rosenberger, 1966

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"The Intellectual Assumptions and Consequences of Geographical Exploration in the Pacific," in The Pacific Basin; A History of Geographical Exploration, ed. by Herman R. Friis, American Geographical

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"James Adair's 'Noble Savages,'" chapter 5 in Volume III of The Colonial Legacy, ed. by Lawrence H. Leder 1973.

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"Joseph Henry's Conception of the Purpose of the Smithsonian Institution," in A Cabinet of Curiosities: Five Episodes in the Evolution of American Museums, 1967 (3 folders)

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"Law and Authority in Colonial Virginia," chapter in Law and Authority in Colonial America, ed. by George A. Billias, 1965 (4 folders)

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"Letter from the Virgin Islands," 1957 (Letter not accepted, WEW said on December 16, 1993)

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"Logan's Speech, 1774," in An American Primer, ed. by Daniel J. Boorstin, 1966

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"Monumental Washington," Planning Guide (Washington, DC: National Capital Planning Commission, 1978)

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"Manuscripts and Manufacts," American Archivist, April 1964

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"The Meaning of 'Discovery' in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries," American Historical Review, October 1962 (3 folders)

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"The Moral and Legal Justifications for Dispossessing the Indians," Chapter II in Seventeenth-Century America: Essays in Colonial History, ed. by James Morton Smith, 1959

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"The Moral Equivalent to Football," The New Republic, July 23, 1977

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"The Morality of Recognition," 1957 Not Published

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"The Museum and Joseph Henry," Curator, Vol. VIII, No. 1 (1965) (2 folders)

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"The Museum's Responsibility in - Adult Education," Curator. Vol. VII, No. 1 (1964)

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"A National Museum," chapter in The Smithsonian Experience, 1977

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"Natural Light and the Museum of the Future," AIA Journal , Vol. XLIII, No. 1 (January, 1965)

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"On the Relationship Between Popular Culture and American Studies," in Directions and Dimensions in American Culture Studies in the 1980s, ed. by Ray B. Browne and Ralph H. Wolfe, 1979

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"On the Trail of the Activist Anthropologist: Response to Jorgensen and Clemmer: Journal of Ethic Studies (3 folders)

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"Philanthropy and the American Indian: The Need for a Model," Ethnohistory, Vol. XV, No. 1 (Winter 1968)

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"Photography and the City," Traveling version of Eames show, 1969-1973 (2 folders)

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"Power in Washington: A ZIP-Coded Directory," Potomac Magazine, The Washington Post, April 16, 1967

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"A Proposal Concerning a Commuter Bicycleway from Northwest Washington to the Mall." Not Published

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"A Proposal Concerning a War Game Involving Guerrillas, Counter-Guerrillas, and Civilians," Background, Journal of the International Studies Association, Vol. 9, No. 2 (August 1965) (2 folders, one of which is labeled "A Proposal Concerning a War Game Involving Guerrillas, Counter-Guerrillas, and Civilians," Exercise Grassroots-64)

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Red Man's Land/White Man's Law: A Study of the Past and Present Status of the American Indian, (New York: Scribner's, 1971)

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"Response to Karl Schlesier" - "Of Indians and Anthropologists": A Response to Karl Schlesier, American Anthropologist, September 1980

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"A Roman Sarcophagus in a Museum of American History," Curator. Vol. VII, No. 4 (1964)

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"Scholarship and the Museum," Museum News, (October 1961)

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"The Slayer and the Slain?" 1950s Never Published

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"The Society of American Indians," The Indian Historian, Vol. 3, No. 1 (Winter 1970)

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"Speech Communication and Politics," Today's Speech. November 1968 (5 folders)

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Sutton - "Foreword to Indian Land Tenure: Bibliographical Essays and a Guide to the Literature, by Imre Sutton (New York: Clearwater Publishing Co., Inc., 1975), pp. vii-viii.

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"Symbol, Utility, and Aesthetics in the Indian Fur Trade," Minnesota History, Vol. 40, No. 4 (Winter, 1966) (2 folders)

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"Temple of the Arts: The Renovation of Washington's Patent Office Building," AIA Journal. Vol. LI, No. 3 (March, 1969)

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"Values in American History," Foreign Affairs Scholars Program, Foreign Service Institute, Department of State, June 30, 1966. Not Published

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"Virginia's First Families and the First Families of Virginia," chapter I in Exploring Virginia's Human Resources, ed. by Roscoe D. Hughes and Henry Leidheiser, Jr., (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1965)

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"Vision of Life for the Mall," AIA Journal. Vol. XLVII, No. 3 (March 1967) (6 folders)

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"A Critical Note on the Concept of the 'Will of the People,'" 1961. Not Published

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"The Writing of American Indian History: A Status Report," Pacific Historical Review. Vol. XL, No. 3 (August 1971)

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Conferences and Meetings

Conference on Boston, 1660-1720 (Paper Presented: "Boston and the Indians, 1660-1720") held in Detroit, Michigan, under sponsorship of Archives of American Art, September 7-8, 1962

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Sixth Annual Conference for Librarians, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, September 19, 1975

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Organization of American Historians Meeting, Session on Indians, St. Louis, Mo., April 8, 1976

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Peninsula Studies Conference, Princess Anne, Maryland, May 21, 1976

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"The Use of Archives" Symposium, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, October 4-6, 1976 (Paper titled: "Reflections of an Historian about Archives Past and Present with Special Reference to the United States") (2 folders)

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Brazil trip, September 1977

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Oklahoma State University Conference, Stillwater, Oklahoma, "Native American Contributions to Art, October 9-15, 1981 (2 folders)

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Miscellaneous

Charles Eames, WEW working with on Franklin-Jefferson Show, 1974

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Architour, March 12, 1977

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Drake TV Project, 1978

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Christopher Gaul - Indian Television Project, 1978

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WEW Lecture at University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 1978

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"An American Place - An American Experience:" Proposed TV series, Midge McKenzie, 1979-

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American Bibliographical Center-CLIO Press, 1981

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Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts, Indian Studies Consultancy, 1981-1983

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WEW - Honorary Doctorate at Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts, May 14, 1983

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Chicago Historical Society Constitution Exhibit, 1983

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Roanoak Project, Robin Maw, 1983 (2 folders)

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WEW's Talk to American Studies Specialists from People's Republic of China, June 23, 1983

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"Indian America and Federal, Policy (The Washington School: Institute of Pol. St University, January 1985 LaDonna Harris; J. Abourezk

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American Indian and Frontier Warfare, SI Associates, January 22, February 19, 1985

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Talk at Marine Corps Museum on USSR, May 7, 1985

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United States Information Agency Foreign Press Center: "New Directions and Implic. for AS after Geneva," December 17, 1985

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National Geographic Society: Consulting 1987

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Asian Trip, 1988

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Incidental Writings by W. E. Washburn (Publishers' Listing) and Incidental Speeches by W. E. Washburn

Journal of Ethnic Studies, Fall 1975, Trennert, Satz and Danziger review

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Crowell-Collier Educational Corporation

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J. J. Little and Ives Co., Inc.

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ABC-CLIO Press

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G. and C. Merriam Company

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Correspondence with University Press of Virginia

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APVA Lecture, September 1974

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"Comment on Mr. Sigmund Diamond's Paper 'Colonization as Social Planning: North America in the 17th Century," April 29, 1960, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Annual Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky

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Miscellaneous Articles - Comments on, 1963-1967

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Correspondence with Miscellaneous Publishers, 1961-1980

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Miscellaneous Writings of W. E. Washburn, 1951-1969

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National Bureau of Standards Paper, March 4, 1966

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Short Memos with Regard to the Smithsonian Institution, 1968

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Notes on Talks, etc., by Ripley, 1968

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SI-University Relation Report to Ripley, Drafts, 1967-1968

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A-Z Locator copies of letters (filed alphabetically by addressee's name), 1982-1985 (25 folders)

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Locator Copies of Letters - A, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - A, 1986-1989

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Locator Copies of Letters - B, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - Brazilian Cultural Foundation, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - B, 1986-1989

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Locator Copies of Letters - Brazilian Cultural Foundation, 1986-1989

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Locator Copies of Letters - C, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - D, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - E, 1986-1989

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Locator Copies of Letters - F, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - Freudenheim, Tom, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - F, 1986-1989

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Locator Copies of Letters - G, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - G, 1986-1989

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Locator Copies of Letters - H, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - Hoffman, Robert S., 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - H, 1986-1989

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Locator Copies of Letters - HNAI, 1986-1989

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Locator Copies of Letters - Hoffman, Robert S., 1986-1989

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Locator Copies of Letters - I, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - J, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - K, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - M, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - Mc, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - N, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - U, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - XYZ, 1990-1993

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Locator Copies of Letters - XYZ, 1986-1989

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Miscellaneous Files and Material Aspects of American Civilization Files

Travel Authorizations, Unlimited Blanket Auth., (Federal) FY 1992 (Fund 82313000) [RESTRICTED]

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Claim for Reimbursement for Expenditures on Official Business

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Miscellaneous Memoranda to and from Tom Freudenheim's Office, 1992-1993

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Miscellaneous Memoranda from Robert S. Hoffmann, Assistant Secretary for Research, 1989-1991

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Hoffmann Staff Meetings, 1991

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Copies of SI-3729S submitted for payment of Membership dues, 1990-1991

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Office Maintenance, Barney Studio House, 1977-1991

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OAMERS Telephone, 1984-1987

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Office Supplies, Purchases, 1989-1993

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Petty Cash Vouchers, 1985-1993

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ASP Office Administration, General, 1985-1993

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Personnel - American Studies, 1966-1971 [RESTRICTED]

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Personnel - Miscellaneous Memos, etc., 1969-1974 [RESTRICTED]

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Proposed Center for Historical Studies

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SI - Planning Advisory Group, 1991

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Communications Meetings, 1991

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American Studies Programs (at various universities), 1984-1985

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Redesignation of Office of American Studies (OAMERS) as American Studies Program (ASP), 1991

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Internships, General, 1990-1993

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Miscellaneous Requests for Information on American Studies Program, 1990-1993

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Miscellaneous Requests, 1985-1992

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Miscellaneous Inquiries, 1990-1993

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Material Aspects of American Civilization, Mergen and Washburn, 1976-1977

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Material Aspects of American Civilization, 1977-1978

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AmCv 252 - Decorative Arts in America, B. Carson, Fall 1982

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AmCv 252 - Decorative Arts in America, B. Carson, Spring 1982

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American Studies 254.20 Folklore in America, Geraldine Johnson, June 15-July 19, 1982

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AmCv 250 (Maryland 638) Material Aspects of American Civ.: Birth, Marriage and Death, Mergen and Washburn, Fall 1982

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Material Aspects of American Civilization- Mergen and Washburn, Fall 1983

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AmCv 252 - Decorative Arts in America, B. Carson, Fall 1983

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AmCv 250 - Material Aspects of American Civilization: Material Culture of the Future, Mergen and Washburn, Fall 1983

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AmCv 250 (Maryland 638) Material Aspects of American Civilization, Mergen and Washburn, Fall 1984

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AmCv 252 - December Arts in America, B. Carson, Fall 1984

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AmCv 252 - December Arts in America, B. Carson, Spring 1984

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AmCv 394 (Reading Course GWU) , J. K. Donaldson: Cherokee World View, 1985-1986

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AmCv 252 - Decorative Arts in America, Barbara Carson, Fall 1985

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AmCv 252 - Decorative Arts in America, B. Carson, Spring 1985

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AmCv 250 (Maryland 638) Material Aspects of American Civilization, Mergen and Washburn, Fall 1984

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AmCv 250 (Maryland 638) Material Aspects of American Civilization, Mergen and Washburn, Fall 1985

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AmCv 252 - Decorative Arts in America, B. Carson, Spring 1986

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AmCv 252 - December Arts in America, B. Carson, Fall 1986

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AmCv 250 (Maryland 638) Material Aspects of American Civilization, Mergen and Washburn, Fall 1986

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