Edith L. Higgins Letter to George Thornton Emmons, November 27, 1925
Scope and Contents
Collection contains a letter from Higgins to George Thornton Emmons thanking him for sending his: The Emmons journal (pub. 1925).
- November 27, 1925
Language of Materials
Material is in English unless otherwise noted.
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Biographical / Historical
Edith L. Higgins was the granddaughter of Sir James Douglas, Hudson's Bay Co. factor at Fort Vancouver and governor of British Columbia and Vancouver Island.
George Thornton Emmons (June 6, 1852 - June 11, 1945) was an ethnographic photographer, authot, and U.S. Navy Lieutenant.
1 envelope (1 item)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchase; Michael Ginsberg Books; 1979.
Repository also has: The Emmons Journal (C978.012 E54em) and Emmons's notes on Field Museum's collection of Northwest Coast basketry (C970.3 T547web).
- Finding Aid for the Edith L. Higgins Letter to George Thornton Emmons, November 27, 1925
- Finding Aid prepared from MARC data.
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