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Includes autograph document 41 pages; typescript document 28 pages; Ink sketches, 5 pages; Drawings of ground plans and sections on tracing cloth, 7 sheets 12" x 22" and under; Pottery type distribution charts on tracing cloth, 6 sheets 23" x 18" and under; Oversize drawings and charts (filed in Map Case): "Turkey House, a small ruin 9 miles from Pueblo Bonito,"; "Slab house cluster near proto-kiva. September, 1926."; "Ruin 13"; "Ruin 3"; "A small pueblo 9 miles east of Pueblo Bonito"; "Mesa Verde House, 9 1/2 miles east of Pueblo Bonito. September, 1926"; "Proto-kiva. September, 1926.";Pottery distribution charts: "Hachure C. B, A"; "Solid and Chaco San Juan"; "Polished Black Interior, Indian Red, and Transitional Red"; "Corrugated Ware and Banded-Neck Ware";
"Degenerate Ware and Transitional Ware"; "Undecorated Culinary Vessels and Painted Wares."
NAA MS 4853
Manuscript 4853, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Carbon copy of letter to William H. Holmes, Chief, Bureau of American Ethnology, dated Casas Grandes, New Mexico, June 12, 1906, transmitting archeological map of Mesa Verde, "previously prepared by me under your direction." 3 pages, and blueprint of map: "Preliminary Archaeological Map of Mesa Verde. Authorities, W. H. Holmes, G. Nordenskiold, Edgar L. Hewett. 190-. Scale: 1 in. = 1 mile. John B. Torbert [draftsman]. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, W. H. Holmes, Chief." Approximately 22 in. x 18 in. within margins.