This collection consists largely of Mrs. Estabrook's handwritten notes and illustrations copied from various publications.
Materials also include magazine and newspaper clippings, publications, and photographic negatives and prints. Materials date
from 1922-1941, and much of the collection is undated.
Emma Franklin Estabrook (born 1865) moved from New York to Southwest at the turn of the 20th century, traveling mostly in
Arizona and New Mexico. She later published many works on the people who lived in the Southwest, including
Ancient Lovers of Peace,
Givers of life: The American Indians as Contributors of Civilization, and a biograpy
My life in Two Centuries.
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