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Hector and Laurena Alliot Manuscript CollectionMS.216
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The collection consists of writing by Hector Alliot; obituaries and biographical articles about Hector; article and notes about Laurena's father, Eli Moore; personal papers including correspondence with Charles Lummis; newspaper clippings; and ephemera. Also included are scrapbooks consisting of newspaper clippings, correspondence, and journal articles that cover topics such as Los Angeles history, Arizona history, archaeology, the Ruskin Art Club, and the Southwest Museum history. The scrapbooks were titled, assembled, and indexed by Hector Alliot and one was made in his memory.
Dr. Hector Alliot (1862-1919), was the first curator for the Southwest Society of the Archaeological Institute collections in 1901, and in 1912, he oversaw its transfer to the Southwest Museum where he became Director in 1917.
3 Linear Feet (2 boxes, 1 scrapbook un-housed)
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