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Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, UC Berkeley
103 Kroeber Hall
Berkeley, California 94720-3712
Phone: (510) 643-1191
Email: PAHMA-Research@berkeley.edu
Collections with online items: 8
Physical collections: 9
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Bascom (William R.) Collection

This collection encapsulates Bascom’s research during his lifetime, where he predominantly focused on the Yoruba culture and religion within Nigeria. In addition to objects, there are photographs and motion pictures by Bascom. The collection is predominantly in English, though notes...

 
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Collection of Manuscripts from the Archaeological Archives of the Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology

The Archaeological Archives include documentation from each of the 58 counties in California, and from 16 counties in Nevada. Manuscripts consist of field survey and excavation records comprising typed or handwritten notes, photographs, sketch maps, drawings, permits, newspaper clippings, and...

 
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Emerson (Alfred) Collection

Documentation of Emerson’s collection is extensive. Within the accession files, there are papers detailing exchanges between Emerson and others, such as letters between Emerson and Phoebe Apperson Hearst, in addition to information on the provenance of objects. Other items include...

 
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Hoefler (Paul L.) Collection

Accessions Acc.4115 and Acc.4054 contain photographic and written documentation from Paul L. Hoefler’s expeditions to the Africa continent: first as a photographer for Dr. Cadel in the Denver Africa Expedition from 1925-1926 and later as the principal explorer in the...

 
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Reisner (George A.) Collection

The collection encapsulates Reisner’s archaeological work with Phoebe Apperson Hearst. Items within the collection include grave goods from tombs and cemeteries, ceramic jars and pots, necklaces, faiences, bronzeware and weapons, statues & statuettes of various media, coffins, stelae (the IVth...

 
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Sawyer (Irene); Black Cultural Research Project Collection

The goal of the Black Cultural Research Project was to document and make available resources documenting the work of Black American artists and craftspeople from the 18th century until the mid 20th century. The Director of the Black Culture Research...

 
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Watkins (Carleton E.) Collection of Photographs, ca. 1874-1890

The collection consists of 140 albumen prints on their original 22 x 28 inch mounts. The collection comprises views of the western United States including Upper Geyser Basin National Park, a rare set of images of Mammoth Hot Springs National...