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Location: Peabody Museum Archives
Call No.: 39-66; 39-67
Repository: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Archives, Harvard University
Creator: Stanley H. Boggs
Title: Boggs, Stanley H. (Stanley Harding), Papers
Quantity: 1 linear feet
Abstract: The papers consist of three sets of 3 "x 5 " file cards cataloguing two Haitian archaeological collections Boggs obtained for the Peabody Museum in 1939.
Stanely Boggs was a graduate student in the Department of Anthropology, Harvard University in the late 1930's and early 1940's. His research emphasized the archaeology of the West Indies, especially Haiti. As part of his graduate studies, Boggs obtained two Haitian archaeological collections for the Peabody Museum: accession 39-66, from the sites of Romeo (Group I) and Caracol (Groups I and II), collected by him on the Peabody Museum Columbian Expedition; and accession 39-67, from various sites on the Plantation Dauphin, collected by Mrs. R. L. Pettigrew of the Plantation Dauphin.
The papers consist of three sets of 3" x 5" file cards: a) "West Indies Bibliography"; b) "Field Catalog" (for 39-66); and c) "Pettigrew Gift" (a catalog for 39-67).