Noel Morss papers, 1927-1980


Noel Morss papers, 1927-1980


Series I contains the records of two professional organizations of which Morss was an active member: the American School of Prehistoric Research (ASPR) and the Council for Old World Archaeology (COWA). Series II contains Morss' own professional papers which he organized into two categories: I. Archaeology and II. Peabody Museum. Each subseries of Series II includes correspondence, memoranda, photographs, and reprints. Series, subseries and folder titles reflect Morss' own.

7 boxes (3.25 linear feet)


SNAC Resource ID: 7040709

Related Entities

There are 127 Entities related to this resource.

California Institute of Technology (corporateBody)

Harvard University (person)

Harvard College was founded by a vote of the Great and General Court of Massachusetts on October 28, 1636 that allocated “400£ towards a schoale or colledge.” Subsequent legislative acts established the Board of Overseers, but it was the Charter of 1650 that created the Harvard Corporation as the College's primary governing board and defined its composition and authority. The College Charter became a contentious target for College officials, the Massachusetts Governor and General C...

Museum of Northern Arizona (corporateBody)

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology (corporateBody)

The Peabody Museum, founded in 1866 by George Peabody, has sent over 800 expeditions to all parts of the world. These expeditions, together with gifts and purchases, have resulted in the amassing of a comprehensive collection of ethnological, archaeological and somatological materials. From the description of Records of the Museum, 1851-1968 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76972599 Built in 1876, the Peabody Museum is one of the oldest museums devoted ...

Massachusetts. (corporateBody)

Little is known of the Monson Artillery Company beyond the information given in the collection. From the guide to the Massachusetts Militia, 5th Regiment, Monson Artillery Company Orderly Book, 1815-1842, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) ...

Kidder, Alfred Vincent, 1885-1963 (person)

Kidder was an archaeologist who excavated sites in the Southwest. He became a member of the Advisory Board for the Laboratory of Anthropology in 1927. From the description of Alfred Vincent Kidder Pecos papers, 1915-1935. (Museum of New Mexico Library). WorldCat record id: 37992640 Kidder was an archaeologist who excavated sites in the southwest. He became a member of the Advisory Board for the Laboratory of Anthropology in 1927. From the description of Alfred Vi...

American Museum of Natural History (corporateBody)

The American Museum of Natural History was founded in 1869 to be of service to the city's public schools, advance scientific research in natural history, and to exhibit natural history objects for casual visitors. From the description of Administrative files, 1869-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155513508 Museum exhibition displayed in the Museum's showcase in 1975. From the description of Cans from pressured city exhibition photographs, 1975. (Unknown). Wor...

O'Neil, William A. (person)

Whiting, Helen Wescott. (person)

DeLaet, S. J. (person)

Bartlett, Katharine T. (person)

Kramer, Carol, 1943-2002 (person)

Grant, Campbell, 1909-.... (person)

American author. From the description of Faulkner country, cartoon [manuscript], 1960. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647809868 Campbell Grant (1909- ) is a painter and mural painter in California. From the description of Oral history interview with Campbell Grant, 1965 June 4 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82730416 ...

Meighan, Clement W. (Clement Woodward), 1925-1997 (person)

Howells, W. W. (William White), 1908-2005 (person)

University of Colorado (System). Museum. (corporateBody)

Rouse, Irving, 1913-2006 (person)

Gifford, James C. (person)

Sprang, Richard. (person)

Ehrich, Robert W. (person)

Braidwood, Robert J. (Robert John), 1907-2003 (person)

Chicago Natural History Museum. (corporateBody)

Carlin, Alice. (person)

Tozzer, Alfred M. (Alfred Marston), 1877-1954 (person)

Tozzer graduated from Harvard in 1900, and taught anthropology and archaeology at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Alfred Marston Tozzer, 1908-1937 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973202 Alfred Marston Tozzer was born in Lynn, Massachusetts on July 4, 1877 to Samuel Clarence Tozzer and Caroline Blanchard (Marston) Tozzer. He grew up in Lynn and after graduating from high school attended Harvard College where he received degrees...

Judd, Neil Merton, 1887-1976 (person)

Moser, Robert F. (person)

Gunnerson, James H. (person)

Gunnerson earned his Harvard PhD in 1963. From the description of Palaeolithic archaeology of Palestine and Syria / James H. Gunnerson. January 1951. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228512801 ...

Klayman, Judith. (person)

Explorers Club (corporateBody)

The Explorers Club was founded in 1904 in New York City and is an international multidisciplinary professional society dedicated to the advancement of field research and the ideal that it is vital to preserve the instinct to explore. In May 1904, a group of men active in exploration met at the request of Henry Collins Walsh, to form an organization to unite explorers in fellowship and to promote the work of exploration. A subsequent dinner held on May 28, 1904 in New Y...

Cammann, Schuyler V. R. (Schuyler Van Rensselaer) (person)

Taylor, Dee Calderwood, 1922-1991 (person)

Christeman, Ross T. (person)

Compton, Carl B. (person)

Oakley, Kenneth Page, 1911- (person)

Ashley Montagu, born Israel Ehrenberg on June 28, 1905, was a British-American anthropologist, specializing in the areas of race and gender issues, as well as a prolific speaker and author, publishing over 50 books in his lifetime. The son of Jewish tailor Charles Ehrenberg and his wife, Mary Plot Ehrenberg, Montagu was born and raised in London's working class East End neighborhood. Although the reasoning behind his name change was never revealed, it may have been due to anti-Semit...

Morris, Earl Halstead, 1889-1956 (person)

Archaeologist, writer and teacher; Earl H. Morris studied prehistoric peoples in the Southwest, Mexico and Guatemala. From the description of Photographic Portfolio, ca. 1920s. (Arizona Historical Society, Southern Arizona Division). WorldCat record id: 39342680 Archaeologist, collector for the Dept. of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History. From the description of Papers, 1923-1930. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155511860 ...

Dorr, Goldthwaite Higginson, 1876-1977 (person)

Lawyer. From the description of Reminiscences of Goldwaite Higginson Dorr : oral history, 1962. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309737428 ...

Shannon, James A. (James Augustine), 1904-1994 (person)

James Shannon was on the faculty of the New York University College of Medicine from 1929-46. In 1946 he joined the National Institutes of Health, where he was the director from 1955-68. In 1970 he became Professor and Special Assistant to the President of the Rockefeller University. From the description of James A. Shannon : an oral history / interviewed by Thomas J. Kennedy, 1984 Jan. 11. (National Library of Medicine). WorldCat record id: 49616990 Public health official; ...

University of Pennsylvania, University Museum (corporateBody)

Weltfish, Gene, 1902-1980 (person)

American anthropologist known for her cultural and linguistic studies of the Pawnee Indians. Born in New York City and a student of Franz Boas at Columbia University, Weltfish began to work with the Pawnee in Oklahoma in 1928. During the summer of 1935 she focused on documenting social relations and surviving customs, and worked with her Pawnee colleague Mark Evarts to reconstruct the seasonal cycles of the Pawnee for the year 1867. She later conducted ethnological, arch...

Schulman, Edmund, 1908-1958 (person)

Sharrock, Floyd W. (person)

Fogg Art Museum. (corporateBody)

The Index of American Design was a project of the research division of the Federal Art Project of the Works Progress Administration which produced approximately 20,000 reproductions (photographs and original drawings) and classifications of a wide variety of American art, paintings, sculptures, handicrafts, and folk art. From the description of Records relating to Index of American Design Exhibition, 1937. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122404372 Founded in 1891, through the...

Byers, Douglas S., 1903-1978 (person)

Field, Henry, 1902-1986 (person)

Anthropologist. Field worked with the Field Museum of Natural History, 1926-1941; the Library of Congress, 1941-1945; Harvard University, 1950-1969; and the University of Miami, 1966-present. During 1944 and 1945 he was Director of "M Project," a government study on migration and settlement. From the description of Papers, 1909-1983. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155522906 ...

Sjöqvist, Erik, 1903-1975. (person)

Lindsay, Alexander J. (person)

Phillips, Philip, 1900-1994 (person)

Wirth, Conrad Louis, 1899-1993 (person)

Government executive. From the description of Reminiscences of Conrad Louis Wirth : oral history, 1966. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122527269 ...

Ford, Franklin L. (Franklin Lewis), 1920-2003 (person)

Ford earned his Harvard AM in 1948 and his PhD in 1950. From the description of Bolingbroke : Platonist or pamphleteer? / Franklin L. Ford. December 13, 1946. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228512622 ...

Anati, Emmanuel (person)

Thomas, Iris Watre (person)

McGregor, John C. (John Charles), 1905-1992 (person)

Schwartz, Douglas W., 1929- (person)

Douglas W. Schwartz is known for his work in southwest archeology and anthropology. He spent a period of 20 years working on the north rim of the Grand Canyon, which resulted in a number of publications. He is also known for his research at Arroyo Hondo Pueblo. From the guide to the Douglas W. Schwartz collection, 1964-1965, (The Museum of Northern Arizona) ...

Hunter college (corporateBody)

The Hunter College Dance Therapy Program was begun in 1971 with the support of the National Institute of Mental Health. Forming part of the Department of Health and Physical Education of Hunter College of the City University of New York it offered the first Master of Science degree in dance therapy in the United States. The program was developed by Claire Schmais, Elissa White, and Martha Davis. In 1982 a three-year dual degree program combining social work and dance therapy was started, grantin...

Roberts, Marjorie S. (person)

SCOTT, LOUISE B. (person)

Dyson, Robert H. (person)

Woodbury, Richard B. (Richard Benjamin), 1917-2009 (person)

Woodbury earned his Harvard SB 1939, his AM 1932, and his PhD 1949. From the description of Early man in South America : a geological and archeological problem / Richard B. Woodbury. May 10, 1941 (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228512316 ...

William, Joan. (person)

Beardsley, Richard K. (Richard King), 1918-1978 (person)

Richard K. Beardsley was a professor of anthropology at the University of Michigan from 1947 to 1978 who served several terms as the director of the Center for Japanese Studies. From the description of Richard K. Beardsley photograph series. 1950-1974. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 85778275 From the description of Richard K. Beardsley papers, ca. 1950-1975. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 85778260 Professor of anthropology and director ...

Morss, Noel (person)

Noel Morss was born in Boston on December 25, 1904 to Ethel Read Morss and Everett Morss. He prepared for college at the Groton School, and graduated from Harvard in 1926 with a B.A. in economics. Morss went on to receive a law degree from Harvard Law School in 1929 and to practice professionally as an attorney. His interest in anthropology and archaeology was bolstered by his Chestnut Hill neighbors Dr. Hugh O'Neill Hencken and his wife Thalassa Cruso, and by summers later spent le...

Martin, Paul S., (Paul Schultz), 1928-2010 (person)

Paul Schultz Martin was born August 22, 1928 in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He received his B.A. in Zoology from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, in 1951. He then earned a Master's degree in Zoology in 1953, followed by a Ph.D. in Zoology in 1956, both from University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. His early career aspiration to focus on collecting and studying plant and fossil specimens from tropical rainforests was cut short when he contracted polio at age 23 while in Mexico. After...

Fremont Symposium (1970) (corporateBody)

Straus, William L. (William Louis), 1900- (person)

Brigham Young University. (corporateBody)

Plans for the David O. McKay building began in 1952 after an evaluation by the Brigham Young University College of Education concluded that the existing building for the College of Education were no longer meeting the growing needs of the program. Plans were officially announced in February of 1954 with the completion deadline being set for December of the same year. The building was officially dedicated on December 14, 1954 by President and Sister McKay along with members of the First Presidenc...

Colton, Harold Sellers, 1881-1970 (person)

Krader, Lawrence (person)

University of Utah. (corporateBody)

The paleontological research was sponsored by the University of Utah. From the description of Utah vertebrate paleontological field photographs, [ca. 1965]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155518067 The following history is from the UTAH HISTORY ENCYCLOPEDIA article on the University of Utah, by Dr. Gregory C. Thompson: Originally named the University of Deseret, the University of Utah is the oldest state university west of the Missouri River. Founded...

Angel, J. Lawrence (John Lawrence) (person)

Howe, Bruce, 1912-.... (person)

Goff, Charles Weer, 1897-1975 (person)

Charles W. Goff was an artillery officer during World War I. He held the rank of Lieutenant and traveled from the United States to France as part of the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Goff's girlfriend in Minnesota was Dorothy F. [Coylsendoll]. From the guide to the Manuscript letter of Charles W. Goff, 1918, (University of Kansas Kenneth Spencer Research Library Department of Special Collections) The Goffs were from Conn. and lived later in Genesee County (Mich.). The...

Wormington, H. M. (Hannah Marie), 1914-1994 (person)

Forbes, Alexander, 1882-1965 (person)

Forbes graduated from Harvard in 1904 and taught physiology at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Alexander Forbes, ca. 1924. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 236232211 Alexander Forbes, 1882-1965, M.D., 1910, Harvard Medical School; was Professor of Physiology at Harvard Medical School and a pioneer in the development of electrophysiology. He taught at Harvard Medical School from 1910 to 1948. In addition to his medical research on the function of the centr...

Prescott College (corporateBody)

Griswold, Ann. (person)

Sletcha, Robert F. (person)

Ekholm, Gordon F. (Gordon Frederick), 1909-1987 (person)

Gebhard, Paul H. (person)

Hosmer, Henry L. (person)

Euler, Robert C. (person)

Robert C. Euler was born on August 8, 1924 in New York, New York. Euler studied economics at Arizona State College (now Northern Arizona University) and received his bachelor's and master's degrees in 1947 and 1948 respectively. He received his Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico in Anthropology in 1958. Prior to completing his education, Euler served in the Marine Corps from 1942-1946 and 1950. During his service, he was wounded in the shoulder at Iwo Jima. He was e...

Mason, Benjamin L. (person)

Ward, Lauriston (person)

Lauriston Ward (1882-1960) was a journalist, businessman, and anthropologist. As a scholar, Ward studied the origins of the Neolithic Age in the Middle East and its spread to Northern Asia and the Far East. From the description of Papers of Lauriston Ward, 1900-1955 and undated. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 768584434 ...

MacCurdy, Janet. (person)

Williams, Stephen, 1926-.... (person)

Morss, Noel, 1904-1981. (person)

Noel Morss was born in Boston on December 25, 1904 to Ethel Read Morss and Everett Morss. He prepared for college at the Groton School, and graduated from Harvard in 1926 with a B.A. in economics. Morss went on to receive a law degree from Harvard Law School in 1929 and to practice professionally as an attorney. His interest in anthropology and archaeology was bolstered by his Chestnut Hill neighbors Dr. Hugh O'Neill Hencken and his wife Thalassa Cruso, and by summers later spent le...

Scott, Donald C. (person)

Johnson, Jotham. (person)

Smith, Watson, 1897-1993 (person)

Anthropologist; Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Board of Trustees, 1957-, President, 1968-1970. From the description of Oral history interview, 1971 Mar. 24 [sound recording]. (Arizona Historical Society, Southern Arizona Division). WorldCat record id: 35827116 Watson Smith (1897-1993) was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and grew up in Rhode Island. He received an undergraduate degree from Brown University in 1919, and graduated from Harvard Law School in 1924. Smith pra...

Sturgis, Somers H. (Somers Hayes), 1904- (person)

British Museum. (corporateBody)

Microfilms of British Museum class catalogues of manuscripts. The British Library, established in 1973, is now responsible for manuscript collections previously held by the library of the British Museum. From the guide to the Microfilms of British Museum class catalogues of manuscripts, 20th century, (University of Oxford, Bodleian Library) ...

Hencken, Hugh, 1902-1981 (person)

Hugh O'Neill Hencken was born in New York City on January 8, 1902, the son of Albert Charles and Mary Creighton O'Neill Hencken. He spent his youth in Pennsylvania, and went to Princeton University in 1920. He graduated from Princeton with an A.B. in 1924 and went on to Cambridge University to receive a B.A. (1926), an M.A. (1929), and his PhD in archaeology in 1930. Hencken received numerous honorary degrees from institutions that included Cambridge University and the National Univ...

Coolidge, John, 1913-1995 (person)

Coolidge earned his Harvard AB in 1935. He was the director of the Fogg Art Museum from 1948-1968. From the description of Notes in Fine Arts 1c and 1d, 1931-1932. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77075975 From the description of Notes in History 1, 1931-1932. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77075976 Coolidge, John, 1913, Educator and director of the Fogg Art Museum, 1948-1968. From the description of Oral history interview with John C...

Harvard Club of New York City (corporateBody)

An organization of Harvard alumni living in and around New York City, the Harvard Club of New York City was organized in 1865. From the description of Records of the Harvard Club of New York City, ca. 1865-1994. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 500769722 ...

Geological survey (U.S.) (corporateBody)

E.W. Glafcke was in charge of a crew during the United States Geological Survey's spirit leveling activities in Wyoming and Utah from 1896 to 1912. From the guide to the United States Geologic Survey photograph collection, 1892-1912, 1898-1902, (Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives) First organized as a branch in 1889, the Topographic Division was established in 1947. From the description of Records of the Topographic Division. (Unknown). World...

Macaulay, William Herrick, active 1905-1931, Vice-Provost of King's College Cambridge (person)

Epithet: Vice-Provost of King's College Cambridge British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000297.0x0000e3 ...

University of Arizona, 1966-67 (corporateBody)

University of Arizona recognition of 100 years of land-grant colleges and universities, 1862-1962, and the university’s participation in the centennial convocation of the American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities held at Kansas City, 1961. From the guide to the University of Arizona Land-Grant centennial records, 1960-1962, (University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections) University of Arizona recognition of 100 years of land-grant colleges and...

United States., Department of the Intérior (corporateBody)

The Alaska Public Works Program was authorized during the 81st Congress through the Alaska Public Works Act, Public Law 264. The Act authorized the General Services Administration to construct public works in Alaska, at a total cost of $70 million, then to sell them to the Territory of Alaska or other public bodies in Alaska at a purchase price that would recover approximately 50% of the total estimated cost. The authority, set to expire June 30, 1955, was extended to June 30, 1959. The program ...

Tye, Donald G. (person)

Society for American Archaeology (corporateBody)

Smithsonian Institution (corporateBody)

The Smithsonian Institution was established on August 10, 1846, is a group of museums and research centers administered by the United States government. The institution is named after its founding donor, British scientist James Smithson. Originally organized as the United States National Museum.James Smithson (1765-1829), a British scientist, left his estate to the United States to found “at Washington, under the name of the Smithsonian Institution, an establishment for the increase and diffusio...

Hargrave, Lyndon Lane, 1896-1978 (person)

Rowlett, Elsebet Sander-Jørgensen (person)

Matson, Frederick R. (Frederick Rognald), 1912-2007 (person)

Frederick R. Matson was a distinguished professor of ceramics at Penn State (1948-1953), professor of archaeology (1953-1957), and assistant dean for research and director of the Social Science Research Center (1957-1966). He returned to research, resuming his former title as professor of archaeology from 1966 until his retirement in 1978 From the description of Frederick R. Matson papers, 1957-1993. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 741306340 ...

Marston, Otis R. (person)

Biographical note: Amateur historian and Colorado River runner. From the description of Colorado River travel research, ca. 1894, 1952-1972 (bulk 1952-1972 ). (Arizona Historical Society, Southern Arizona Division). WorldCat record id: 457814147 Otis "Dock" Marston was a noted river-runner and historian of river lore. A key participant in the opening of Grand Canyon to motorized navigation and an organizer of the 1960 jet boat run up through the canyon, he was also a leadin...

Willey, Gordon R. (Gordon Randolph), 1913-2002 (person)

Gordon Randolph Willey was Bowditch Professor of Mexican and Central American Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard from 1950 to 1983 and Senior Professor of anthropology from 1983 until his retirement in 1987. From the description of Papers of Gordon Randolph Willey, 1936-1996 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77005694 ...

Danson, Edward Bridge, 1916-2000 (person)

Edward B. Danson, an anthropologist and professor, was adirector of the Museum of Northern Arizona, a trustee of Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, chairman of the Colorado Plateau Environmental Advisory Council, and a member of the Advisory Board of Southwestern Parks and Monuments Association. From the description of Papers, 1957-1978. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 24225937 ...

Frazier, Rosalind H. (person)

Boston University (corporateBody)

American school of prehistoric research (corporateBody)

Miles, George Carpenter, 1904-1975 (person)

A noted Islamic numismatist, Miles was responsible for the Society's Islamic and Hispanic collections from 1946 until his retirement in 1972; he also served as Chief Curator from 1954 through 1969. In his latter years (1966-72), Miles also helped administer the Society, serving as its Executive Director and Secretary. The leading Islamic numismatist of his generation, George C. Miles first came to the ANS in October 1937 as Research Assistant in Muhammadan Numismatics. Earlier that year, Miles...

Stoddard, Natalie B. (person)

Brown, Donald Freeman. (person)

Brew, J. O. (John Otis), 1906-1988 (person)

Brew taught American archaeology and ethnology and served as Director of Peabody Museum at Harvard. From the description of Papers of John Otis Brew, 1923-1977 (inclusive), 1936-1977 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973309 ...

Kreuger, Harold W. (person)

Jennings, Jesse D. (Jesse David), 1909-1997 (person)

Jesse D. Jennings (July 7, 1909- August 13, 1997) was born in Oklahoma and grew up in New Mexico. As a graduate student at the University of Chicago began archaeological excavations in the Midwest and Southeast in 1929. After working several jobs for the National Park Service, including superintendent of Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon, Georgia, Jennings joined the faculty at the University of Utah, where he taught and conducted archaeological investigations from 1948 until his retirement in...

Emerson College (corporateBody)

Guthe, Carl E. (Carl Eugen), 1893-1974 (person)

Professor of anthropology and director of University of Michigan Museum. From the description of Carl Eugen Guthe papers, 1919-1943. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 85778401 From the description of Carl Eugen Guthe papers, 1919-1942. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34423250 Guthe, an archaeologist, was president of the Board of Trustees of the Laboratory of Anthropology 1935-1941. From the description of Carl Eugen Guthe paper...

Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967 (person)

John Alden Mason was an anthropologist and archaeologist. From the description of Papers, ca. 1915-1967. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122523535 From the guide to the Northern Tepehuan language material, 1951, 1956, 1958, (American Philosophical Society) The archaeologist John Alden Mason was Curator of the University Museum at the University of Pennsylvania from 1926 until 1955. His research centered on the languages and...

Steward, Julian Haynes, 1902-1972 (person)

The Puerto Rico Project was an in-depth study of the Island's population organized by Dr. Jaime Benitez, chancellor of the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, with the assistance of Clarence Senior, director of the University's Center of Social Science Investigations. In early 1947, the proposed study was brought to the attention of Dr. Julian Steward, chair of Columbia University's Anthropology Department.By December 1947 the organization of project goals, research hypotheses and met...

Ward, Gordon B. (person)

Gillin, John P. (John Philip), 1907-1973 (person)

Born in Waterloo, Iowa on August 1, 1907, John P. Gillin was the son of the noted sociologist John Lewis Gillin. He was married to Helen Norgord. They had one son, John Christian Gillin. Gillin received B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Wisconsin (1927, 1930) and M.A. and PhD degrees from Harvard (1931,1934). Gillin was Dean of the Division of Social Sciences and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh. He arrived at the University in 1959 from the University of Nort...

Graphic Services, Inc. (corporateBody)

National Science Foundation (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Lamberg-Karlovsky, C. C., 1937-.... (person)

Tatum, P. N. (person)

Brimhall, Dean R. 1886- (person)

The son of George H. and Flora Robertson Brimhall, Dean was born on December 11, 1886, in Provo, Utah. George H. Brimhall served as president of Brigham Young University from 1903-1921. In 1907 young Brimhall left for Germany to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon). While in Germany he watched Orville Wright make the first power-plane flight in 1908. Kaiser Wilhelm attended the event with 250,000 soldiers and many other onlookers. ...

Council for Old World Archaeology (corporateBody)