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Finding Aid to the J. J. Markey and San Luis Rey Historical Society Papers and Photographs MS.1319
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Dr. J. J. (Joseph James) Markey (1897-1985) was a physician and amateur archaeologist and was president of the San Luis Rey Historical Society in 1957. This collection of papers and photographs includes newspaper clippings following Markey’s archaeological exploits, photographs of Markey and other members of the San Luis Rey Historical Society, and artworks created from their findings.
Dr. J. J. (Joseph James) Markey (May 31, 1897-December 1985) was a physician who had served in World War I and was an amateur archaeologist. In 1957, Markey was the president of the San Luis Rey Historical Society and gave lectures and led field trips in Southern California. Markey wrote in his biographical history that he directed archaeological expeditions in China, Java, Germany, California, France, England, Morocco, and Tahiti between 1924 and 1955, although he did not hold a degree in archaeological studies.
0.2 Linear feet (1 box)
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