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Box 1 [series]:
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Mounted pages from Explorations of the Aboriginal Remains of Tennessee, onto notebook sheets. Antiquities in Tennessee. Joseph Jones
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Handwritten title for mounted pages 128-145; Title does not correspond to book headings: "V. Works of Art: Weapons of War: Jars and Pottery of the Aborigines of North America"
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Handwritten title for mounted pages 13-35; Title does not correspond to book headings: "VI. Modes of Burial and Burial Customs of the Aborigines of America"
 
4 handwritten letters; 2 news articles; 2 collections of handwritten notes.
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Addressee: Mr. E. K. Burnett. Correspondent: Elizabeth Mepham
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Addressee: Joseph Jones Correspondent: Mr. Mepham from M.S. Mepham & Bro, St. Louis
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Addressee: Mrs. H. Haushier, 726 So. 12th Saginaw, Mich. Contents are in Japanese: 1 page
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Addressee: Joseph Jones M.D. Correspondent: J.W. Powell, director Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of Ethnology, Washington, DC. regarding a shell ornament, Figure 29, and 30, from p.60 of Antiquities of Tennessee, Vol. XXII: 1 page
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Addressee: Dr. Joseph Jones Correspondent: A.C. Love, Darrow, La. "relating to skeleton found with metal bracelets Houmas Indian, La.": 1 page
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Addressee: Dr. Joseph Jones Correspondent: Wm. [Porcher] Miles, Houmas Plantation regarding Dr. A.C. Love's correspondence about a silver medal, dated 1727, and the remains of an Indian burying ground. Enclosed is a sketch of the front and back view of the medal: 2 pages
 
News Articles
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From: The Daily Picayune New Orleans The Mound Builders Contents regarding the Natchez Indians and the findings of Dr. Joseph Jones: 5 pages.
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From: New Orleans, Novemb[... ] Title: Stone Weapons. Observations on Spears and Arrow Heads. Contents regarding Egyptian arts studied by Jos. Jones, M.D., LL.D: 3 pages
 
Hand Written Notes
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Title: "Architecture of the Aborigines of North America"
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Title: "Measurements of skulls in private collection of Joseph Jones, M.D., LL.D.5' Contents regarding 39 skulls, none noted as American Indian: 10 pages (8 handwritten, 2 blank)
 
Handwritten Notes; including 28 mounted woodcut prints of images onto notebook sheets, most images are from Explorations of the Aboriginal Remains of Tennessee
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Title (p.2): "Catalogue of the Archaeological Collection of Joseph Jones, M.D. 156 Washington Avenue Corner of Camp Street New Orleans Louisiana" New Orleans, Louisiana Joseph Jones, M.D. Contents are regarding (p.3): "The antiquities described in this archaeological catalogue state chiefly to North Central and South America; but are illustrated also by works of art, derived from Europe, Africa, and Asia. Many of the implements of war, and the emblems of religious worship illustrating the arts of the ancient pre-historic (anti- Columbian) races of North America were taken form the aboriginal [...] and mounds with my own hands. All the objects described in this catalogue, were either obtained during my explorations and [...], or were directly purchased from their original discoverer and owner. In these instances I have given to the objects these names which best described their origin use [...]"
 
Sketches, photographs, watercolors.
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Mounted sketches, photographs, and watercolors onto 24 notebook sheets; most are original images of woodcut prints from Explorations of the Aboriginal Remains of Tennessee. Title of each notebook sheet: 'Woodcuts"
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Mounted sketches, photographs, and watercolors onto 13 notebook sheets; most are original images of woodcut prints from Explorations of the Aboriginal Remains of Tennessee. Title of each notebook sheet: "Plates" 5 unmounted watercolors.