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The Fowler Museum at UCLA, UCLA
Box 951549
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California 90095-1549
Phone: (310) 825-4361
Fax: (310) 206-7007
Email: fowlerinfo@arts.ucla.edu
Collections with online items: 5
Physical collections: 9
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4-Ven-39 (La Robleda) Archives

The 4-Ven-39 (La Robleda) Archives results from excavations intermittently conducted from 1966 to 1969 at the headwaters of Medea Creek in Oak Park, Ventura County, California by James N. Hill and the graduate students of the UCLA Department of Anthropology...

Baja California (Paipai) Indian Archaeological and Ethnographic Collections

The Paipai Indians continue in present day to live in Baja California, Mexico in an area south-east of Ensenada. Materials in the Paipai collection were field collected from 1955 to 1959 and consist of ethnographic as well as archaeological pieces.

California Indian Baskets

The Fowler Museum at UCLA's collection includes baskets made by California American Indians in the 19th and early 20th century. The baskets represent works from the Panamint Shoshone (Timbisha Shoshone Tribe), a western division of the Shoshonean peoples, located east...

Cerro Portezuelo Archives

The Cerro Portezuelo Archives is a result of excavations conducted by George Brainerd in 1954 and 1955 and by H. B. Nicholson in 1957. The site is located near the ancient shores of Lake Texcoco in Central Mexico (now Mexico...

Helstien (Melvyn) Papers

The Melvyn B. Helstien papers consist of slides, diapositives, pen & ink illustrations, correspondence, articles, newsletters, manuscripts, bibliographic materials, journals, photographs, slides, index cards, and essays produced and collected by Dr. Melvyn Helstien. The materials are from Afghanistan, Africa, Argentina,...

Kuna Collection

This collection of images is the result of two Museum-funded expeditions to the Kuna Yala archipelago off the coast of Panama to document the Kuna peoples and the full range of Kuna expressive culture, with a particular focus on as...

Rainbow Bridge/Monument Valley Expedition Archives

The Rainbow Bridge/Monument Valley Expedition (RBMVE) Archives results from excavations that were conducted between 1933 and 1938 along the Colorado River basin directed by Ansel Hall, Head of Education for the Western Region, National Park Service, based in UC-Berkeley. The...

Rubin (Arnold) Papers

The Arnold Rubin Papers consist of diaries and journals, correspondence, published articles, photographs, slides, negatives, newsletters, manuscripts, course materials, news clippings, and ephemera produced and collected by Arnold Rubin. The focus of the collection is in the three major areas...