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Preliminary Guide to the Richard D. Daugherty Papers, circa 1948-2000s
Overview of the Collection
- Daugherty, Richard D., 1922-2014
- Preliminary Guide to the Richard D. Daugherty Papers
- circa 1948-2000s (inclusive)19452010
- 5.84 Linear feet of shelf space, (6 Boxes)
- Collection Number
- MS 2022.09 (collection)
- This collection consists of materials transferred from the Washington State University (WSU) Anthropology Museum pertaining to the work of WSU archaeologist Richard D. Daugherty. It includes photographs, slides, negatives, films, field notes, and correspondence related to Daugherty’s work on the west coast of Washington, as well as related to international travel and conferences.
Washington State University Libraries' Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections (MASC)
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Terrell Library Suite 12
- Access Restrictions
This collection is open and available for research use.
Biographical NoteReturn to Top
Richard Deo Daugherty (1922-2014) was born and raised in Washington State. He earned his Ph.D. in anthropology at the University of Washington and joined the WSU Anthropology Department in 1950. He led excavation efforts at multiple significant archaeological sites in Washington, including Ozette, Lind Coulee, and Marmes.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
This collection consists of materials transferred from the Washington State University (WSU) Anthropology Museum pertaining to the work of WSU archaeologist Richard D. Daugherty. It includes photographs, slides, negatives, films, field notes, and correspondence related to Daugherty’s work on the west coast of Washington, as well as related to international travel and conferences.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
Restrictions on Use
Copyright restrictions apply.
Preliminary Guide to the Richard D. Daugherty Papers, circa 1948-2000s (MS 2022.09)
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
This is an unprocessed collection. Any arrangement reflects either a pre-existing order from the records’ creators or previous custodians, or preliminary sorting performed by staff.
Location of Collection(MASC STAFF USE) 2-14-4-3
The WSU Anthropology Museum donated this collection to the Washington State University Libraries in 2022 (MS.2022.09).
The repository expects to receive additions to this collection.
Richard D. Daugherty Papers, 1944-1985 (Cage 583)
Richard D. Daugherty Papers, 1948-2012 (Cage 808)
Preliminary Guide to the Richard D. Daugherty Papers, circa 1989-2006 (MS 2015.19)
Preliminary Guide to the Washington State University Archaeology Films, 1960-1995 (MS 2021.23)
Preliminary Guide to the Marmes Rockshelter Excavation Film, circa 1960s (MS 2021.26)
Dale R. Croes Papers, 1893-2020 (Cage 949)
Preliminary Guide to the Dale R. Croes Photographs, 2000-2022 (MSSM 103)
Preliminary Guide to the Dale R. Croes Maps, Charts, and Illustrations, 1979-2021 (MS 2021.07)
Preliminary Guide to the Dale R. Croes Digital Files, 1999-2020 (MS 2023.02)
"An Analysis of the Prehistoric Baskets from the Ozette Site, Cape Alava," Masters Thesis by Dale Ross Croes, 1972 (Cage 5100)
"The Marmes Burial Casts" by Gary S. Breschini, 1975 (Cage 5103)
Collections of the Washington State University Museum of Anthropology Archaeological Repository
Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
|1||Photographs and negatives from Western Heritage projects, including the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge, areas of the Olympic National Forest, and the Wells reservoir. List of projects included in box.||Circa 2000s|
|2||Correspondence and photographs from a variety of archaeological digs, 1948-2007. Slides and photographs from Richard Daugherty’s travels, including the 1964 archaeological conference in Les Eyzies, France, where Daugherty met Francois Bordes, circa 1960s.||1948-2007|
|3||Photographs, slides, and negatives from a variety of archaeological digs; many are unlabeled.||Circa 1960s-1970s|
|4||Hoh notebooks – Daugherty recorded observations on culture and language while surveying the coast of the Olympic Peninsula. Includes oversize copies of notebooks.||1948|
|5||1||Survey of Washington Coast Cape Disappointment to Cape Flattery (1 of 2)||1947|
|5||2||Survey of Washington Coast Cape Disappointment to Cape Flattery (2 of 2)||1947|
|5||3||Survey of Washington Coast (draft)||1947|
|5||5||Letter from Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Wilson, Forks, Washington||1947|
|5||6||Original survey forms: CL 1-4, JE 1-3||1947|
|5||7||Original survey forms: 6H-1 through 6H-8||1947|
|5||8||Original survey forms: GH-9 through GH-18||1947|
|5||9||Original survey forms: GH-19 through GH-26||1947|
|5||10||Original survey forms: PA-1 through PA-7||1947|
|5||11||Original survey forms: PA-8 through PA-16||1947|
|5||12||Additional field notes||1947|
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Archaeologists -- Archives
- Archaeology -- Northwest, Pacific
- Daugherty, Richard D., 1922-2014 -- Records and correspondence
- Washington State University -- Faculty -- Archives