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Research notes

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: In any field, notes made in the course of creative, scholarly, or scientific inquiry.

Found in 698 Collections and/or Records:

'What is a Cruciform': notes, photocopies of an article, correspondence, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0025
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about ancient civilization. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

'Where the Rain Gods Live' by C. L. Packer, Article in True West , May-June, 1965, 1943-1972

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Identifier: M020.02.0003.0020
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on the Americas. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

White Indians of Darien, by Richard O. Marsh, published 1934, G. P. Putnam's Sons, NY, notes and 'Darien,' by Mario Barraco Marmal in Americas, vol. 21, n.7, July 1969, 1943-1972

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Identifier: M020.02.0003.0021
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on the Americas. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

William D. Schorger Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M202
Overview

Dr.William Schorger was a professor of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Michigan as well as an international scholar. The collection contains research, notes, articles, course materials and photos that he used during his work at the University of Michigan and in his research about North African and Middle Eastern cultures.

William E. Barrett Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M014
Overview William E. Barrett (1900-1986) wrote numerous novels, short stories and articles. His novel, The Left Hand of God, was translated into ten different languages and was made into a movie, starring Humphrey Bogart. The Lilies of the Field was made into a movie starring Sidney Poitier in 1963. Barrett's work reflects the dilemmas of his society through interpersonal relationships and religious and ethical decisions made by his characters. His writings are representative of the needs of the age,...

Writing: 'Extinct Languages' by Johannes Friedrich and 'Man Learns to Write' by Keith Gordon Irwin, The Biblical Archaeologist Vol XXX. May, 1967. Notes on Aryan Origin of the Alphabet L. A. Waddeli; Writing by David Diringer; A History of the Art of Writing, by William A. Mason, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0026
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about ancient civilization. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

'Xochipala-The Beginning of Olmec Art,' by Carlo J.E. Gay: book notes, book orders, S.E.H.A. Newsletter , n.133, Aug., 1973: Review of book: Xochipala: The Beginnings of Olmec Art, 1972, The Art Museum: Princeton University, 1943-1972

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Identifier: M020.02.0003.0024
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on the Americas. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

Zapotec New Testament: Articles: 'Columbus was a Johnny-come-lately.' by Barry Fell, Saturday Review, Oct 16, 1976; 'Takhelne, A Living Celtiberian Language of North America,' by Barry Fell, The Epigraphic Society Occasional Publication, Vol 4, No. 92, November 76; 'New World Bibles,' by Guillermo Cabrera Leira in Americas, Vol 28, #1, January 1976; 'What is Translation' by John Beekman from The Sower, Vol. XXVI, #1, Feb. 1977, 1901-1975

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Identifier: M020.03.0003.0083
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on cross-world communications, together with information on American archaeological sites. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.