The A.H. Gayton Papers contains material relating primarily to her work as an
anthropologist at the University of California, Berkeley and especially to her research on the Yokuts
Indians in California, including correspondence to and from other anthropologists, field notes, and
manuscripts of some of her writings. Her papers relating to Peruvian textile materials and to the
California-Portuguese remained in the possession of Professor Robert Spier. Her books were given to the
University of California at Santa Cruz.
Number of containers: 1 carton and 1 box
Linear feet: 1.5
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