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Guide to the Donald William Page Papers, 1936-1958
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SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE, 1936-1958

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence includes letters from historians, archaeologists, and national park service personnel togther with carbon copies of his replies, relating to his research and writing. These have been arranged alphabetically by name of person or organization, with an A-Z miscellany preceding the folders of notable correspondents.
Box 1, folder 1-4

A-Z miscellaneous, and unidentified 1936-1957

Physical Description: 45
folder 5

Applegate, Raleigh W. Mar. 5, 1954

Physical Description: 1
folder 6

Arizona Highways

by Raymond Carlson, ed.
1952-1957

Physical Description: 2
folder 7

Arizona Pioneer's Historical Society. 1936-1957

Physical Description: 23
folder 8

Barham, Eric 1936

Physical Description: 4
folder 9

Boundey, George L. May 21, 1936

Physical Description: 1
folder 10

Bruning, Harry F. 1953-1954

Physical Description: 3
folder 11

Butler, Gurdon Montague Sept. 4, 1934

Physical Description: 1
folder 12

California State Personnel [Aug. 22, 1952]

Physical Description: 1
folder 13

Caywood, Louis Richard, 1906- 1937

Physical Description: 4
folder 14

Chambers, George W. 1954-1957

Physical Description: 11
folder 15

Contzen, Phillip, 1868- 1936-1937 & n.d.

Physical Description: 7
folder 16

Cullimore, Clarence, 1885- 1953-1956

Physical Description: 10
folder 17

Cummings, Byron 1936-1937

Physical Description: 4
folder 18

DiPeso, Charles C. 1954

Physical Description: 3
folder 19

Dobyns, Henry Farmer, 1925- 1954

Physical Description: 2
folder 20

Dunne, Peter Masten 1937-1956

Physical Description: 13
folder 21

Eckhart George B. 1957-1958

Physical Description: 12
folder 22

Fisher, Clarence G. Mar. 18, 1937

Physical Description: 1
folder 23

Haase, Inez D. with these:

her account as member of the Hatch-Eggert Expedition down the Colorado River
1957-1958

Physical Description: 3
folder 24

Hall, Ansel Franklin, 1894- Nov. 1, 1936

Physical Description: 1
folder 25

Haury, Emil Walter, 1904-

Museum, Tucson Director, Arizona State
1954-1958

Physical Description: 4
folder 26

Huff, Boyd F. 1956

Physical Description: 4
Box 2, folder 1

Jackson, Earl

Custodian, Tumacacori National Monument
1946-1947

Physical Description: 2
folder 2

Karns, Harry J., d.1956 1946-194

Physical Description: 2
folder 3

Life 1956-1957

Physical Description: 3
folder 4

Oblasser, Buenaventura 1936-1937

Physical Description: 5
folder 5

Pinkley, Frank 1955

Physical Description: 4
folder 6

Pony Express Trails Association

by Swift Berry, Secretary-Treasurer
1955

Physical Description: 4
folder 7

Ringenbach, Roy B

Superintendent, Southwestern National Monuments
1955-1957

Physical Description: 3
folder 8

Rosensweig, Walter F. June 18, 1956

Physical Description: 1
folder 9

Schneiner, Gus H. May 13, 1937

Physical Description: 1
folder 10

Schroeder, Albert H.

National Monuments Archaeologist, Southwestern
1956-1958

Physical Description: 5
folder 11

Sherlock, William G. 1936

Physical Description: 5
folder 12

Smiley, Teran L. Geochronologist, University of Arizona 1936

Physical Description: 2
folder 13

Division of History

by T. T. Belote, Curator, Smithsonian Institution
July 29, 1936

Physical Description: 1
folder 14

Stoner, Victor Rose, 1893-1957 1936-1957

Physical Description: 16
folder 15

Tovrea, J. Howard June 23, 1936

Physical Description: 1
folder 16

Woodward, Arthur, 1898- 1936-1937

Physical Description: 3
folder 17

Yeager, Dora Graves, 1902 1936-1947

Physical Description: 6
 

SERIES 2: MANUSCRIPTS OF WRITINGS, ca. 1936.

Scope and Content Note

Page's manuscripts for his autobiography, and his writings on Tumacacori and Tucson's mission.
Ctn. 1, folder 1

Autobiography—outline and draft n.d.

folder 2

Museum Exibit Plan for Tumacacori National Monument 1936

folder 3-8

The Story of Tumacacori n.d.

folder 9

Tucson's Fabled Mission—original typescript and carbon n.d.

 

SERIES 3: BIOGRAPHICAL DATA, n.d., 1930s-1950s.

Scope and Content Note

One folder of biographical data on Page and his father, John Edmund Page.
Ctn. 1, folder 10

Personal file re Page and his father, John Edmund Page

 

SERIES 4: SUBJECT FILES, ca. 1930s-1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Page's research on Tumacacori, Tucson, Spanish Frontier Missions and Southwestern history, arranged by subject. The printed materials are primarily government publications re Tumacacori National Monument and annotated by Page. The maps cover this region also and have either been annotated or hand-drawn by Page or others.
Ctn. 1, folder 11

General chronological file 544-1600

folder 12

General chronological file 1601-1700

folder 13

General chronological file 1701-1800

folder 14

General chronological file 1801-1900

folder 15

General chronological file 1901-

folder 16

Personal name file

folder 17

Archaeological file

folder 18-19

Sahauripa Chronological file

folder 20

Certain very old things

folder 21

The number seven file

folder 22

Notes re Spanish Frontier Missions

folder 23

Miscellaneous Notes

folder 24-25

Printed Material

 

Southwestern Monuments Monthly Report Feb. 1937

 

Chronology for Tumacacori 1934

 

Comments on San Cayetano de Tumacacori n.d.

 

Southwestern Monuments Special Reports, nos. 1, 4, 10, 15. n.d.

 

Tumacacori's Yesterdays 1951

 

Tumacacori National Monument, brochure n.d.

 

The Kiva 1936-37, 1957

 

Mission of San Jose de Tumacacori

folder 26

Maps

folder 27

Clippings

 

SERIES 5: BIBLIOGRAPHICAL FILES, n.d.

Ctn. 2

Bibliographic reference cards in 4 file boxes