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Quechua Indians

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

William Sully Beebe papers

Call Number: MS 915
Abstract: Largely writings on Biblical subjects and on the Indians of South and Central America to support William Sully Beebe's theory that "a great philosophical cult once occupied all the Americas, originating in Peru" and that there is a relationship between the phonetic values of their pictographs and those of the semitic languages. He also held that their legends resemble those of the Genesis cycle, which, Beebe believed, had their origin in America. Included in the papers are several letters on...
Dates: 1844-1898

Ruth Stephan papers

Call Number: YCAL MSS 423
Abstract: The Ruth Stephan Papers consist of correspondence, writings, research files, audiovisual material, photographs, and diaries and other personal papers documenting the career and life of the twentieth-century American writer, editor, and translator Ruth Stephan. Correspondence and subject files provide evidence of Stephan's professional and personal relationships as well as her wide-ranging interests, from art to Zen Buddhism. Stephan's creative work consists of drafts, notes, and research...
Dates: 1915-1974