The collection contains photographs, notes, articles, and other materials from explorer Edna R. Webster and her daughter Marjorie
Webster. The majority of materials in the collection relate to Edna's exploration and study of Mayan ruins on the Yucatán
Peninsula in Mexico, and Marjorie's interest in Atlantis and its possible connection to Mexico.
Edna Robb Webster was an early explorer of Mayan ruins on the Yucatán Peninsula. She was also an author, writing over 17 published
novels, including an account of her trips to Mexico published in 1973, Early Exploring in Lands of the Maya.
1.94 linear feet
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