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Phillips, Bradley Papers, 1896

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Archives, Harvard University


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Descriptive Summary

Call No.: PM974-17
Repository: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Archives, Harvard University
Title: Phillips, Bradley Papers,1896
Date(s): 1896
Quantity: .25 linear feet
Language of materials: English

Immediate Source of Acquisition:

Accession number: 974-17
Provenance: The papers of Bradley Phillips were donated by his son, Philip Phillips of Bolton, MA in 1974.

Processed by:

Sarah R. Demb, January 1997.

Conditions Governing Access:

Access: Unrestricted.

Biographical Sketch

Bradley H. Phillips was the father of Philip Phillips, the Peabody Museum Curator of Southeastern American Archaeology under Director John Otis Brew. Bradley was born near Fredonia, New Yorkand read law there. He went to Hawai'i in 1895-96, and was attorney-general for Queen Liliuokalani before the annexation of the state. He returned to Hawai'i in 1898 after his marriage and stayed there on an extended honeymoon until 1900.

Source: Dr. Steve Williams' note, 2/15/80, PMA control file.

Scope and Contents

The Bradley H. Phillips papers consist of one manuscript notebook and two photo albums. The notes represent both the documentary ("Ancient Hawai'i)and experiential research ("Modern Hawai'i)"Phillips undertook during his trip.


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