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Collection Summary

Scope and Content of the collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

References to works by or about George F. Andrews

Description of Series

Series A: Faculty and Professional Records

Series B: Gerrie's Journals 1956-1999, undated

Series C: Site Files

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

George F. and Geraldine D. Andrews papers,

1958-2000, undated



Collection Summary

Creators: Andrews, George F., 1918-2000 and Andrews, Geraldine D., 1921-2011
Title: George F. and Geraldine D. Andrews papers
Abstract: Beginning in the late 1950s, architect George F. Andrews and his wife Geraldine spent over forty years visiting and studying the Yucatán and its Mayan culture and architecture. The collection includes many pages of descriptive data, architectural drawings, and photographs documenting the region.
Identification: GFA Accession numbers: 2000040, 2004003
Quantity: 36 linear feet manuscript materials, 1,530 professional view camera images, nearly 6,000 35mm images, over 8,000 color transparancies, approximately 2,300 architectural drawings.
Language: Materials are in English, Spanish, German, and French.
Repository: Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of George F. Andrews (1918-2000)

George F. Andrews was born September 25, 1918, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from the University of Michigan in 1941 and spent the next four years in the office of Smith, Hinchman and Grylls, Architects & Engineers in Detroit. He met his future wife Geraldine (Gerrie) during this period. They married in 1945 and made a move to Chicago where Andrews began work with Perkins and Will, Architects.

In 1948, George accepted an appointment as assistant professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Oregon in Eugene and also began private architectural practice in the city under his own name. He became an associate professor in 1953 and later that decade began over forty years of intensive field study and meticulous recording of lowland Maya architecture sites in the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico and the neighboring countries of Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras. From 1958 to 1999, both George and Gerrie Andrews spent periods ranging from one to nine months at Maya field sites, conducting architectural surveys of excavated buildings that involved detailed measurements, scale photography, descriptive reports, and architectural sketches and drawings, including restored views of decayed buildings. The Andrews began their fieldwork at Comalcalco, Tabasco, Mexico, with support from the Ford Foundation. They concentrated their efforts in the Puuc, Chenes-Puuc, Chenes, and Río Bec regions of the central Yucatán Peninsula because of the greater availability of exposed and relatively well-preserved sites in that particular area. Andrews retired from teaching in 1980 to devote his time to Maya research. His work culminated in the documentation of approximately 800 buildings at 224 separate archaeological sites, resulting in perhaps the most wide-ranging and detailed survey ever conducted of lowland Maya architecture.

Andrews began to publish his Maya research in the late 1960s in scholarly journals and as monographs, most notably Maya Cities: Placemaking and Urbanization (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1975) and the three-volume collection Pyramids and Palaces, Monsters and Masks (Lancaster, Calif.: Labyrinthos, 1995-1999). His work has inspired many others in the field of Maya archaeology, students and established professionals alike. He was the recipient of several faculty research awards from the University of Oregon and also won a Fulbright Award to lecture at Technical University, Helsinki, Finland in 1962-1963. Andrews received funding from the National Science Foundation (1972), the National Endowment for the Humanities (Senior Fellowship, 1973-1974; additional support, 1980), and from the Dumbarton Oaks Pre-Columbian Studies program (Summer Fellowship, 1998). He was active in the scholarly community, presenting many papers at professional conferences of Mayanists, archaeologists, and architectural historians in the United States, Mexico, and abroad.

In 1992, Andrews was the first American citizen to be awarded the Silver Medal by the Seminar for Prehispanic Architecture (part of the Center for Architectural and Urban Investigations in the Postgraduate School of Architecture at the National Autonomous University of Mexico - UNAM) for his contributions to the study of pre-Columbian architecture in Mesoamerica. His drawings of monumental Maya structures, recreating their appearance as built centuries ago, were particularly suitable for exhibition, and he mounted several shows of his work at the University of Oregon and private galleries, at the University of Texas at Austin, and at the UNAM Museum of Art in Mexico.

Though slowed by illness in late 1999, Andrews continued his work, analyzing the vast amount of data he had gathered in the field and organizing an exhibit, “Maya Architecture and Art,” at the Jacobs Gallery in Eugene. George F. Andrews died in Eugene, Oregon on May 19, 2000, survived by his wife and son, Alan. In 2002, the Jacobs Gallery honored the Andrews by installing three Maya benches in their exhibit space with a dedicatory plaque to both George and Gerrie Andrews.

Biographical Sketch of Geraldine D. Andrews (1921-2011)

Geraldine (Gerrie) D. Andrews was born and educated in Grand Rapids, Mich. After passing the Civil Service Exam, she began work as a stenographer in the main office of the War Department (Ordnance) in Detroit in 1941. She soon accepted a promotion that took her to Lansing where, as secretary to the Officer in Charge, she helped start a new office from the ground up. Her duties included training hundreds of people to staff different departments. At one point during this period, she was the only female awarded a meritorious service diploma from Washington at a ceremony held in Detroit.

While in Lansing, Gerrie met George Andrews, who was working for the firm of Smith, Hinchman and Grylls of Detroit. They married in 1945 and moved to Chicago, where George began work with the architectural firm of Perkins and Will, and Gerrie was employed by the Quaker Lace Company in their business office. The Andrews moved to Eugene, Oregon in 1948, and George began teaching as an assistant professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Oregon while also opening his first private architectural practice under his own name. While living in university housing, George designed their first house where they lived for just two years before moving to a second house that George had also designed, and which would become their permanent home. This move coincided with the birth of their son, Alan, in 1951.

Gerrie worked as secretary for a variety of schools and businesses in Eugene, always saving the money she earned to use for the family to travel. The Andrews spent two years in Denmark in the mid-1950s and one year in Finland during 1962-1963, where George was a visiting lecturer under the Fulbright Program. They took the opportunity to travel throughout Europe as much as they could. Their travels in Mexico and Central America had already begun with summer fieldwork conducted at Maya archaeological sites from 1957 to 1960. Their visits to Maya sites recommenced in 1964 and continued almost yearly through 2000. Gerrie was an important participant in recording measurements and other information at the sites, and in compiling site reports at their base camps and at home. She shared in the collegial atmosphere provided by the community of archaeologists who gathered to work in the area, and she persevered through sometimes dangerous conditions encountered in getting to the sites and documented these adventures in her personal journals.

Gerrie devoted part of her time to volunteer work as President of the University Women's Club, and she held several positions for the Friends of the University Museum of Art, for whom she organized fundraisers including cooking demonstrations with James Beard. She also served as a docent for the museum and in later years worked in its gift shop. Gerrie has been active with the League of Women Voters, reading with elementary school children, travel within the state through Experience Oregon, a continuing education group, and an exercise class she led for thirty years. Gerrie Andrews died in Eugene, December 2011.

Field Work conducted by George F. Andrews

1971

Mexico: Coba

1973

Mexico: Chichen Itza, Kabah, Uxmal

1974

Belize

Guatemala: Peten, Quirigua, Tikal (range-type buildings and great temples)

Honduras: Copan

Mexico: Bonampak, Coba, Kabah, Northern Plains Areas, Palenque (temples and the palace), Rio-Bec Region, Southern Quintana-Roo, Uxmal, Yaxchilan

1978

Belize

Guatemala: Peten, Quirugua, Tikal (range-type buildings)

Honduras: Copan

Mexico: Coba, Kabah, Palenque (the temples and the palace), Rio Bec Region, Uxmal

1981

Guatemala: Tikal (range-type buildings)

Mexico: Chichen Itza, Coba, Kabah, Northern Plains Areas, Oxkintok, Rio Bec Region, Uxmal

1982

Mexico: Uxmal

1983

Mexico: Northern Plains Areas, Uxmal

1984

Mexico: Puuc Region, Rio Bec Region, Uxmal

1985

Guatemala: Tikal (the great temples)

Mexico: Chenes Region, Puuc Region, Rio Bec Region, Sayil, Uxmal

1986

Mexico: Chenes Region, Puuc Region, Santa Rosa Xtampak

1987

Mexico: Chenes Region, Chenes - Puuc Transitional Zone, Puuc Region, Rio Bec Region, Santa Rosa Xtampak

1988

Mexico: Campeche, Chenes Region, Chenes - Puuc Transitional Zone, Oxkintok, Puuc Region, Rio Bec Region, Santa Rosa Xtampak

1989

Mexico: Chenes Region, Chenes - Puuc Transitional Zone, Oxkintok, Puuc Region

1990

Mexico: Kabah, Uxmal

1991

Mexico: Chichen Itza

1992

Mexico: Puuc Region

1993

Mexico: Northern Plains Area, Oxkintok, Puuc Region, Rio Bec Region and adjacent regions, Uxmal

1994

Mexico: Balamku, Calakmul, Campeche, Edzna, Northern Plains Area, Puuc Region, Rio Bec Region, Southern Quintana Roo, Uxmal, Yucatan

1995

Mexico: Balamku, Calakmul, Edzna, Northern Plains Area, Puuc Region, Rio Bec Region, Sahbecan, Southern Quintana Roo, Uxmal

1997

Mexico: Yucatan and Campeche

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Scope and Content of the collection

"The collection consists of three main components: (1) approximately 3,500 pages of descriptive data covering both exterior and interior architectural, decorative, and construction features; (2) more than 2,500 architectural drawings (sketches, maps, plans, sections, elevations, details, and restored views); and (3) several thousand photographs showing the buildings in their present form, which ranges from partly destroyed to substantially excavated and partly restored."

(Source: UT Library Online, Andrews Papers Donated to General Libraries, http://www.lib.utexas.edu/about/news/andrews.html)

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Access is by appointment only to any serious scholar. A three-day advance notice is required to flatten rolled materials or recall items from off-site storage. Portions of this collection are not processed and may not be accessible.

Restrictions on Use

Permission for publication is given on behalf of the University of Texas as the owner of the collection and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which must be obtained by the researcher. For more information please see the Alexander Architectural Archive's Use Policy.

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the University of Texas Online Catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons:
Andrews, George F., 1918-2000
Andrews, Geraldine D., 1921-2011
Subjects:
Archives--Andrews, George F.
Maya architecture
Places:
Belize
Chenes Region (Mexico)
Chenes-Puuc Region (Mexico)
Guatemala
Honduras
Mexico
Puuc Region (Mexico)
Río Bec (Mexico: Region)
Yucatán Peninsula
Document types:
Architectural drawings
Artifacts
Correspondence
Diaries
Field notes
Photographs
Professional papers
Slides (photographs)

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Related Material

George F. Andrews Maya architecture drawings archive, 1960-1999, Architecture & Allied Arts Library, University of Oregon Libraries (Eugene, Ore.).

A digital exhibition, Their Maya Story: George and Gerrie Andrews, explores the Andrews' life work and contributions to Maya scholarship.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

George F. and Geraldine D. Andrews papers, Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Processing is not completed. Please see archival staff for more information.

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References to works by or about George F. Andrews

-- compiled by Rebecca Romanchuk

Works by George F. Andrews

Dunning, Nicholas P. and George F. Andrews. “Ancient Maya Architecture and Urbanism at Siho and the Western Puuc Region, Mexico.” Mexicon: Aktuelle Informationen und Studien zu Mesoamerika 16.3 (1994): 53-61.

Andrews, George F. “Architectural Competitions in Scandinavia.” AIA Journal 59.2 (1973): 34-38.

Andrews, George F. “Architectural Survey of the Puuc Archaeological region 1984 Field Season (Jan. 15-April 14, 1984), Preliminary Report.” Arquitectura y Arqueología: Metodologías en la Cronología de Yucatán série II-8 (1985): 5-9.

Andrews, George F. “Architectural survey of the Río Bec, Chenes and Puuc regions: progress and problems.” In Hidden among the Hills: Maya Archaeology of the Northwest Yucatan Peninsula, Acta Mesoamericana 7 (1994): 247-248. H.J. Prem (ed.) Verlag von Flemming. Möckmühl.

Andrews, George F. “Architecture and Architectural Style at Xkipché, Yucatan, Mexico.” Institute of Maya Studies Journal 1.2 (1996): 1-13. Also in Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana 28 (1995): 49-58.

Andrews, George F. “Architecture at Kohunlich, Quintana Roo; A Preliminary Report.” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.10 (1987): 16-32.

Andrews, George F. “Arquitectura maya: Formas básicas, estilos regionales.” Arqueología mexicana 2.11 (1995): 4-15.

Andrews, George F. “Arquitecturas Río Bec y Chenes.” Arqueología mexicana 3.18 (1996): 16-25.

Andrews, George F. “Checker Board’ and ‘Cross’ Panels in the Río Bec Region.” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.11 (1989).

Andrews, George F. “Chenes-Puuc architecture: chronology and cultural interaction.” Arquitectura y Arqueología: Metodologías en la Cronología de Yucatán série II-8 (1985): 10-39.

Andrews, George F. “Classic Puuc Mosaic Style Architecture: Geometric Masks.” Memorias del Primer Coloquio Internacional de Mayistas 5-10 de agosto de 1985, Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Instituto de Investigaciones Filologicas, Centro de Estudios Mayas, 1987.

Andrews, George F. “Early Puuc Architecture: Building with ‘Broken’ Medial Mouldings.” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.5 (1985): 59-73.

Andrews, George F., Paul Gendrop and Juan Antonio Siller C. “Elementos Arquitectónicos del Puuc Floreciente (Ficha técnica).” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.5 (1985).

Andrews, George F. “Edzná.” The Grove Dictionary of Art Online, (Oxford University Press, Accessed 23 March 2004), http://www.groveart.com

Andrews, George F. “Four Unique Free-Standing ‘Towers’ in the Chenes Archaeological Region.” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.11 (1989): 16-24.

Andrews, George F. “Historic Preservation in the Maya area. Hochob, Campeche, Mexico: A Case Study.” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.3 (1984): 79-88.

Andrews, George F., Ursula Dyckerhoff, and Hanns J. Prem.“Macobá, Campeche, Mexico: a preliminary report.” Mexicon: Aktuelle Informationen und Studien zu Mesoamerika 11.5 (1989): 85-90.

Tourtellot, Gair, Jeremy A. Sabloff, Michael P. Smyth, L. Val Whitley, Stanley L. Walling, Tomas Gallareta Negrón, Carlos Perez Alvarez, George F. Andrews, and Nicholas P. Dunning. “Mapping Community Patterns at Sayil, Yucatan, Mexico: The 1985 Season.” Journal of New World Archaeology 7.2/3 (1988): 1-24.

Andrews, George F. “Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions: Art Symbolism and Writing.” Northwest Review 20.1 (1982): 56-73.

Andrews, George F. “Notes on ‘El Zotz’, a little-known site in Peten, Guatemala.” Mexicon: Aktuelle Informationen und Studien zu Mesoamerika 8.6 (1986): 123-125.

Andrews, George F. “Recent Discoveries at Two Chenes Archaeological Sites in Mexico.” Mexicon: Aktuelle Informationen und Studien zu Mesoamerika 10.4 (1988): 70-77.

Andrews, George, Paul Gendrop, Victor Rivera, Juan Antonio Siller, and Alejandro Villalobos. “Reconocimiento Arquitectónico en la Región de los Chenes, Marzo 1986. Consideraciones Generales.” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.10 (1987): 51-84.

Andrews, George F., Paul Gendrop, Víctor Rivera G., Juan Antonio Siller, and Alejandro Villalobos P. “Reconocimiento Arquitectónico en la Región de Río Bec, Campeche, Marzo 1985. Consideraciones Generales.” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.5 (1985).

Andrews, George F. and Paul Gendrop. “Río Bec Tower Complexes: Forms and Functions.” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.12 (1991): 9-21.

Andrews, George F. “Semblanza a Paul Gendrop.” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.12 (1991): 7-8.

Andrews, George F. “Structure IV, Becan, Campeche. Form, organization and function.” Memorias del Segundo Congreso Internacional de Mayistas (1995): 82-116.

Andrews, George F. “Tulum.” The Grove Dictionary of Art Online, (Oxford University Press, Accessed 23 March 2004), http://www.groveart.com

Andrews, George F. “Xkichmook Revisited -- Puuc vs. Chenes Architecture.” Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana no.1 (1984): 48-87.

Andrews, George F. “Yaxchilán.” The Grove Dictionary of Art Online, (Oxford University Press, Accessed 23 March 2004), http://www.groveart.com

Arquitectura y arqueología: metodologías en la cronología de Yucátan = Architecture and archaeology: methodological approaches in Yucatan chronology: simposio/organizado por George F. Andrews y Paul Gendrop bajo el patrocinio del CEMCA y de la Federación de Alianzas Franco-Mexicanas en la Ciudad de México, del 28 al 29 de junio de 1984. México, D.F.: Centre d’études mexicaines et centraméricaines, 1985. 88p.

Andrews, George F. Comalcalco, Tabasco, Mexico: Maya art and architecture. Culver City, Calif.: Labyrinthos, 1989. 160p. [originally published as Comalcalco, Tabasco, Mexico: An architectonic survey of a Maya ceremonial center, 1967]

Andrews, George F. Edzna, Campeche, Mexico: settlement patterns and monumental architecture. Culver City, Calif.: Foundation for Latin American Anthropological Research, 1984. 149p. [originally published 1969, University of Oregon, Eugene]

Andrews, George F. Los estilos arquitectónicos del Puuc: una nueva apreciación. [traducción, Antonio Benavides C.]. México, D.F.: Instituto Nacional de Anthropología e Historia, 1986. 101p.

Andrews, George F. Maya cities: placemaking and urbanization. Norman, Okla.: University of Oklahoma Press, 1975. 468p.

Hohmann, Hasso.A Maya palace in Mexico: structure IV at Becan, Campeche: documentation and reconstruction of planned architecture - analysis of form, construction, and function. Foreword by George F. Andrews. Graz/Austria: Academic Publishers, 1998. 168p.

Andrews, George F. Pyramids and palaces, monsters and masks: the golden age of Maya architecture: the collected works of George F. Andrews. Lancaster, Calif.: Labyrinthos, 1995-1999. 3 v. (v.1. Architecture of the Puuc region and the northern plains areas, 350p. -- v.2. Architecture of the Chenes region -- v.3. Architecture of the Río Bec region and miscellaneous subjects.)

Gendrop, Paul. Río Bec, Chenes, and Puuc styles in Maya architecture. Foreword by George F. Andrews (ed.), Robert D. Wood (transl.). Lancaster, Calif.: Labyrinthos, 1998. 239p.

Andrews, George F. Maya architecture: basic forms and regional styles. (Austin, Tex.): School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, 1994. 26p.

Andrews, George F. Maya architecture: views of ancient monuments in Mexico and Guatemala. Eugene, Or.: University of Oregon, 1986. (10) leaves of plates.

Works about George F. Andrews

Knight, Lila. “Mayan Treasures at UT.” Texas Architect 43.2 (1993): 16.

Kortge, Carolyn. “Architect uncovers Maya secrets.” Register-Guard [Eugene, Or.] Aug. 17, 1986: E1-2.

Works in honor of George F. Andrews

Memorias del Congreso Internacional de Cultura Maya: en Honor de Alfredo Barrera Vásquez y George Andrews, Alfredo Barrera Rubio and Ruth Gubler, coordinators. Centro-INAH Yucatán, Patronato Cultural, Mérida, in preparation. [from http://www.nmsu.edu/~anthro/islacilvituk/PUBS.htm]

“Escondido en la selva. Arqueología en el norte de Yucatán.” II° Simposio Internacional Teoberto Maler, Bonn 2000 (Ed. Hanns J. Prem). México (INAH), 2003. [2nd Maler Symposium in Bonn, dedicated to Andrews]

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Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of materials in the collection. This collection has not been fully processed. See archival staff for more information.

 

Series A: Faculty and Professional Records
(21.6 linear feet, 52 manuscript boxes)

Series Abstract
The Faculty and Professional Records series includes correspondence, course materials, exhibition materials, conference records, reference files, and various administrative records, including the contents of George Andrews's briefcase. A large part of the series consists of correspondence, which is arranged chronologically. Frequent correspondents include fellow Mayanists Antonio Benavides Castillo, Nicholas Dunning, Hasso Hohmann, Karl Herbert Mayer, Hanns J. Prem, and David Webster. Where possible in the reference subseries, original order was maintained to demonstrate how George Andrews gathered research and reference material. In both the correspondence and reference subseries, a substantial portion of the material consists of articles and other writings Andrews received from other Maya scholars, sometimes sent to him for his personal reference but often to solicit his feedback. This series documents the Andrews' work of engaging with the Mayanist community and doing outreach to the general community on their work, as well as their personal efforts to document their travels.
A1: Biographical Information, 1976-1998, undated
box folder
1 1 Curriculum vitae, 1976-1987
2 Curriculum vitae, 1992-1998
3 Business cards, addresses, undated
box
oversize scrapbook(CV and clippings) 1975-1976
A2: Correspondence, 1959-2000, undated
box folder
1 4 Correspondence, 1959-1964
5 Correspondence, 1965
6 Correspondence, 1966
7 Correspondence, 1967
8 Correspondence, 1968
box folder
2 1 Correspondence, January-June 1969
2 Correspondence, July-December 1969
3 Correspondence, 1970
4 Correspondence, January-April 1971
5 Correspondence, May-August 1971
6 Correspondence, September-December 1971
7 Correspondence, January-June 1972
8 Correspondence, July-December 1972
box folder
3 1 Correspondence, 1973
2 Correspondence, 1974
3 Correspondence, 1975
4 Correspondence, 1976
5 Correspondence, 1977
6 Correspondence, 1978
7 Correspondence, 1979
box folder
4 1 Correspondence, 1980
2 Correspondence, January-July 1981
3 Correspondence, August-December 1981
4 Correspondence, January-June 1982
5 Correspondence, July-December 1982
box folder
5 1 Correspondence, January 1983
2 Correspondence, February 1983 (1 of 2)
3 Correspondence, February 1983 (2 of 2)
4 Correspondence, March-June 1983
5 Correspondence, July-October 1983
6 Correspondence, November-December 1983
box folder
6 1 Correspondence, January-June 1984
2 Correspondence, July-August 1984
3 Correspondence, September-December 1984
4 Correspondence, January-July 1985
5 Correspondence, August-December 1985
box folder
7 1 Correspondence, January-March 1986
2 Correspondence, April-May 1986
3 Correspondence, June 1986
4 Correspondence, July-September 1986
5 Correspondence, October-December 1986
box folder
8 1 Correspondence, January-June 1987
2 Correspondence, July-August 1987
3 Correspondence, September 1987
4 Correspondence, October-November 1987
5 Correspondence, December 1987
box folder
9 1 Correspondence, January-June 1988
2 Correspondence, July-December 1988
3 Correspondence, January-April 1989
4 Correspondence, May 1989
box folder
10 1 Correspondence, June-July 1989
2 Correspondence, August-October 1989
3 Correspondence, November-December 1989
4 Correspondence, January-March 1990
5 Correspondence, April-July 1990
box folder
11 1 Correspondence, August-December 1990
2 Correspondence, January-March 1991
3 Correspondence, April-December 1991
4 Correspondence, January-May 1992
5 Correspondence, June-August 1992
box folder
12 1 Correspondence, September-December 1992
2 Correspondence, January-April 1993
3 Correspondence, May-July 1993
4 Correspondence, August-September 1993
5 Correspondence, October-December 1993
6 Correspondence, January-April 1994
box folder
13 1 Correspondence, May-August 1994
2 Correspondence, September-December 1994
3 Correspondence, January-August 1995
4 Correspondence, September-December 1995
5 Correspondence, January-June 1996
6 Correspondence, July-December 1996
box folder
14 1 Correspondence, January-June 1997
2 Correspondence, July-December 1997
3 Correspondence, January-June 1998
4 Correspondence, July-December 1998
5 Correspondence, January-July 1999
6 Correspondence, August-December 1999
box folder
15 1 Correspondence, 2000
2 Correspondence, undated
A3: Travel, 1968, 1974, 1980, 1981, 1995
box folder
15 3 Maps and brochures
4 Receipts and permits, 1968, 1974, 1980, 1981
5 Mexico trip, February-March 1995
A4: Financial, 1977-1982
box folder
15 6 Royalties Maya Cities, 1977-1982
A5: Photographs, 1984-1985, undated
box folder
15 7 Portraits, undated (4 b/w prints, 7 color prints, 1 b/w negative)
8 Travel, friends, and associates, 1984-1985 (4 b/w prints, 9 color prints)
9 Eugene, Oregon, mostly Andrews' residences, undated (80 b/w prints)
A6: Faculty Papers, 1966-1998, undated
box folder
15 10 Faculty records, 1966, 1998, undated
11 Workman's Compensation claim, 1972
12 Course materials, AA 501, Fall 1966
13 Course materials, ARCH 407, 1979
14 Course materials, ARCH 432, Winter 1977, 1979
box folder
16 1 Course materials, ARCH 507, Spring 1968
2 Course materials, ARCH 507, Fall 1983 (1of 2)
3 Course materials, ARCH 507, Fall 1983 (2 of 2)
4 Course materials, ARCH 507, Fall 1984
A7: Grants and Fellowships 1962-1999
box folder
16 5 Faculty Research Grant, Graduate School, University of Oregon, 1962
"A Comparative Study of Maya City Plans"
box folder
16 6 Faculty Research Grant, Graduate School, University of Oregon, 1962-1963
"A Proposed Study of Recent Developments in the Use of Pre-Cast Concrete in Contemporary Buildings in a Selected Group of Western European Countries"
box folder
16 7 Faculty Research Grant, Graduate School, University of Oregon, 1964-1965
"An Analysis of Building Groupings and Architectural Forms at a Selected Group of Maya Ceremonial Centers"
box folder
16 8 Insititute of International Studies, University of Oregon, 1966
Director, Field Research Project, Comalco, Tabasco, Mexico
box folder
16 9 Faculty Research Award, Graduate School University of Oregon, 1967
Comparative Study of the Spatial Organizations of Maya Ceremonial Centers
box folder
16 10 Fulbright-Hays Award (application), 1968
"The Influence of Architectural Competitions on the Quality of Building Design-1928-1968"
box folder
16 11 Fellowship, Insititute of International Studies, University of Oregon, 1968
Director, Summer Field Research, Edzna, Campeche, Mexico
box folder
16 12 Faculty Research Award, Graduate School, University of Oregon, 1970-1971
"A Comparative Study of Maya Architecture in Yucatan and Campeche, Mexico."
box folder
17 1 Faculty Research Award, Graduate School, University of Oregon, 1970-1971
"A Comparative Study of Maya Architecture in Yucatan and Campeche, Mexico."
box folder
17 2 Faculty Research Award, Graduate School, University of Oregon, 1971-1972
"A Study of Maya Architecture-Building Types, Forms and Functions."
box folder
17 3 Senior Fellowship, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1973-1974
4 Grant-in aid, National Science Foundation, 1971-1972, 1975, 1976
"Maya Architecture-Forms and Function"
box folder
17 5 Research grant, National Science Foundation (proposal), 1973
"The Spatial Organization of Maya Ceremonial Centers: Architectural and Anthropological Perspectives"
box folder
17 6 Faculty Research Award, Graduate School, University of Oregon, 1974-1975
"Maya Architecture-Forms and Functions"
box folder
17 7 Fulbright-Hays (application), 1976
8 Research hrant, Southwest Chapter, American Institute of Architects, 1977-1978
9 Fulbright Application, 1979
10 Summer Stipend, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1980
11 National Endowment of the Arts grant: Design Arts application, 1981
12 Grant Research Proposal, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1986
"A History of Maya Architecture: Regional Styles, Chronology and Cultural Interaction"
box folder
18 1 Summer Grant Research Proposal, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1988
2 Dumbarton Oaks, Summer Fellow (application and correspondence), 1998
3 Dumbarton Oaks, Summer Fellow (seminar materials), 1998
4 Dumbarton Oaks, Summer Fellow (case studies)
5 Dumbarton Oaks, Summer Fellow (Palace Study final report), 1999
A8: Exhibitions, 1973-2000
box folder
18 6 "Maya Art and Architecture," Museum of Art, University of Oregon, 1973
7 "Maya Art and Architecture," Museum of Art, University of Oregon, 1973 (23 b/w photographs)
8 "Maya Art and Architecture" Rogue Gallery, Medford, Oregon, 1974
9 "Maya Architecture Basic Forms and Regional Styles," Museum of Art, University of Oregon, 1980
10 "Masks and Monsters, Temples and Towers," Museum of Natural History, University of Oregon, 1990
box folder
19 1 "Maya Architecture," School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, 1994
2 "Pyramids and Palaces, Monsters and Masks Maya Architecture and Art," Jacobs Gallery, Hult Center for the Performing Arts, Eugene, Oregon, 2000
A9: Lectures and Presentation, 1961-1996, undated
box folder
19 3 TV Production "The Maya Enigma in Stone," May 1, 1961
4 Lecture on Tikal, Feb. 21, 1961
5 Lectures, Technical University, Helsinki, Finland, September-October 1962
6 Lectures, Technical University, Helsinki, Finland, February-April 1963
7 "Edzna, Campeche Mexico, Settlement Patterns and Monumental Architecture" University of Oregon, April 1969
8 Lectures on Scandinavian Architecture, 1970-1971
9 "Rio Bec Architecture: A Reassessment," Archaeological Institute of America, Eugene Society, December 1974
10 TV Program, KEZI-TV, Eugene Oregon, December 1974
11 TV Program with Rick Christiansen, [Maya], February 1975
12 Lecture [Maya], AIA Meeting, February 20, 1975
13 Lecture, "The Rio Bec Region-Problems and Possibilities," University of Washington, February 1976
14 Faculty Lecture, "Urban Living Environment-Greater London Area 1978," University of Oregon, January 1979
15 Lecture, [Maya Architecture], University of Texas, 1987"
16 Lecture, "Natural Envionment and the Architecture of the Ancient Maya," University of Oregon, September 1987
17 Lecture, "Yucatan Explorer Tour," February 1989
18 Lecture, "Puuc Architecture and the Puuc Archaeological Region: A Question of Style," Museum of Natural History, University of Oregon, April 1990
19 Lecture, "Maya Architecture and Astronomy," November 1992
box folder
20 1 Lecture, "Pyramids and Palaces, Monsters and Masks: The Golden Age of Maya Architecture," Alumni Association, University of Oregon, Oct. 1993
2 Lecture, "In the Footsteps of Maler and Stephens: A Reconnaissance of the Yucatan," Mayaworld Tour, 1994
3 Lecture, "Pyramids and Palaces, Monsters and Masks: The Golden Age of Maya Architecture," Learning in Retirement, 1994-1996
4 Lectures, Various [Maya], 1966-1996, undated
5 Lectures, Notecards [U.S. Architecture], undated
6 Lectures, Notecards [Maya Architecture], undated
A10: Conferences, Symposia, and Presentations, 1977-1999
box folder
20 7 "The Puuc: New Perspectives," Pella, Iowa, May 1977
8 International Symposium on Maya Art, "Architecture, Archaeology and Hieroglyphic Writing," Guatemala City, June 25-July 2, 1977
9 XV Mesa Redonda, Simposium de Arquelogia Historia, 1977
10-11 International Congress of Americanistas Section on "Precolumbian Architecture and Urban Planning, Vancouver, B.C., August 10-17, 1979"
Paper presented:"Early Puuc Architecture"
box folder
20 12 Fourth Mesa Redonda of Palenque, Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico, June 8-14, 1980
Paper presented: "Palace Complexes and the Maya Elite, Palenque and Tikal,"
box folder
21 1 Fourth Mesa Redonda of Palenque, Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico, June 8-14, 1980
2 Northwest Regional Conference of the AIA, Eugene, Oregon, October 5-9, 1980
3 XVII Mesa Redonda, Sociedad Mexicana de Antropolgia, San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico, June 21-27, 1981
4 XVII Mesa Redonda, Sociedad Mexicana de Antropolgia, San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico, June 21-27, 1981
Paper presented: "Architectural Graffiti and the Maya Elite"
box folder
21 5 Northern Mayan Lowlands: New Data, Synthesis, and Problems, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico, June 1982
Paper presented: "Puuc Architectural Styles: A Reassessment" [short version]
box folder
21 6 Northern Mayan Lowlands: New Data, Synthesis, and Problems, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico, June 1982
Paper presented: "Puuc Architectural Styles: A Reassessment" [long version]
box folder
21 7 Northwest Regional AIA Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, August 30-September 1, 1982
8 Arquitectura 7 Arquelogia: Contributions a la Cronologia de Yucatan, C.E.M.C.A., Mexico City, Mexico, June 1984
Paper presented:"Chenes-Puuc Architecture: Chronology and Cultural Interaction"
box folder
21 9 Primer Coloquio Internacional de Mayaistas, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico, July 1985
Paper presented: "Classic Puuc Mosaic Style Architecture: Geometric Masks"
box folder
21 10 Mesa Redonda, Sociedad Mexicana de Antropologia, Queretaro, August 12-16, 1985
Paper presented: "Mesoamerican Pyramids: Twenty-Five Centuries of an Architectural Tradition XIX"
box folder
21 11 Society of Architectural Historians, San Francisco, California, 1987
Paper presented: "Rio Bec Tower Complexes:Forms and Functions"
box folder
21 12 Segundo Coloquio Internacional de Mayaistas, Campeche, Mexico, August 17-22, 1987
Paper presented: "Chenes and Chenes-Puuc Architecture at Santa Rosa Xtampak, Campeche, Mexico"
box folder
21 13 Journadas de Arquitectura Prehispanica en Mesoamerica, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico, August 24-28, 1987
Paper presented: "Conjuntos de Torres Rio Bec:Formas y Funciones"
box folder
22 1 Society of Architectural Historians, Chicago, Illinois, April 13-17, 1988
Paper presented: "Rio Bec Tower Complexes: Forms and Functions"
box folder
22 2 Symposium-Arquitectura Maya De Las Tierras Bajas, Chicago, Illinois, March 6-10, 1989
3-4 First Maler Symposium on the Archaeology of Northwest Yucatan (Puuc and Chenes Regions), Bonn, Germany, August 20-25, 1990
Paper presented: "Architectural Survey of the Rio Bec, Chenes, and Puuc Regions: Progress and Problems"
box folder
22 5 The Maya Meetings at Texas, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, March 12-13, 1992
6 Second Congress of Mayaistas, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, August 24-29, 1992
Paper presented: "Structure IV at Becan, Campeche: Form Organization and Function"
box folder
22 7 Journadas de Arquitectura Prehispanica en Mesoamerica UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico, November 30 - December 4, 1992
8 Society for American Archaeology, Breckenridge, Colorado, September 19-22, 1994
9 Institute of Maya Studies, Miami, Florida, November 30, 1994
10 Society for American Archaeology, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 3-7, 1995
Paper presented: "The Nunnery (Monjas) and Other Large Quadrangles At Uxmal: Elite Residential Compounds or Civic/Ceremonial Complexes?"
box folder
22 11 Miami Conference on Pre-Columbian Studies, Institute of Maya Studies, Miami, Florida, November 10-12 1995
"The Palace at Santa Rosa Xtampak, Campeche, Mexico"
box folder
22 12 Second Palenque Round Table, Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico, June 18-21, 1997
"Rio Bec Architecture: Forms and Meaning"
box folder
23 1 The Maya Meetings at Texas, University of Texas At Austin, Austin, Texas, March 6-15, 1997.
2 The Maya Meetings at Texas, University of Texas At Austin, Austin, Texas, March 11-20, 1999.
A11: Writings, 1961-1999, undated
A11a: Publicity and Reviews, 1961-1999, undated
box folder
23 3 George Andrews, publicity clippings, 1961-1999
4 Peer work reviewed by George Andrews, 1972-1976, undated
5 Reviews of writings by George Andrews, 1975-1979, 1993
A11b: Drafts, 1970-1997
box folder
23 6 Ancient Maya Architecture at Siho (Spanish version), 1994
7 Architecture and Architectural Style at Xkipiche, Yucatan, Mexico, 1991
8 Architecture at Kabah, Yucatan, Mexico, 1994, undated
9 Architecture at Kohunlich, Quintana Roo, Mexico: A Preliminary Report, 1986
10 Architecture at Uxmal (original), undated
11 Architecture at Uxmal (revised), 1993
12 Architecture in Northern Plains, undated
13 Architectural Survey at Chichen Itza (pasteup)
14 Architectural Survey of the Puuc Archaeological Region 1984 Field Season
15 Checkerboard and Cross Panels in the Rio Bec Region, undated
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24 1 Chenes Architecture, undated
2 Chenes - Puuc Architecture (preliminary version), undated
3 Chenes Arch Styles, 1988-1989
4 Chenes Region, undated
5 Comalcalco, Mexico (pasteups), 1966, undated
6 Comalcalco, Tabasco, Mexico-Maya Art and Architecture, 1987, undated
7 Dictionary of Art entries, 1986-1987
8 Early Puuc Architecture, 1979
9 Early Puuc Architecture: Buildings with Broken Medial Mouldings, 1984
10 Early Puuc with Broken Medial Mouldings (publication drafts), 1993
11 Golden Age of Maya Architecture, undated
12 Historic Preservation in the Maya Area of Hochob, 1984
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25 1 House of the Governor, undated
2 Kohunlich, Quintana Roo, Mexico, 1986
3 Maya Architecture Puuc Style at Uxmal, 1974, undated
4 Mayan Architecture Basic Forms and Regional Styles (English and Spanish version), 1986
5 Maya Cities: Notes, Lists, and Intstructions, undated
6 Maya Cities (first draft), circa 1966
7 Maya Cities (early version) [carbon copy from binder], 1970
8 Maya Cities drafts [1 of 3], 1970
9 Maya Cities drafts [2 of 3], 1970
10 Maya Cities drafts [3 of 3], 1970
11 Maya Cities (rough final version) [1 of 3], 1970
12 Maya Cities (rough final version) [2 of 3], 1970
13 Maya Cities (rough final version) [3 of 3], 1970
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26 1 Maya Cities (preliminary draft) [1 of 5], 1972
2 Maya Cities (preliminary draft) [2 of 5], 1972
3 Maya Cities (preliminary draft) [3 of 5], 1972
4 Maya Cities (preliminary draft) [4 of 5], 1972
5 Maya Cities (preliminary draft) [5 of 5], 1972
6 Maya Cities (rough drafts) [1 of 2] 1975, undated
7 Maya Cities (rough drafts) [2 of 2] 1975, undated
8 Maya Cities (second draft) [1 of 2] 1975, undated
9 Maya Cities (second draft) [2 of 2] 1975, undated
10 Maya Graffiti and the Classic Maya Elite, undated
11 Maya Hieroglyphic Insciptions, undated
box folder
27 1 Mayan Pyramid, undated
2 Maya Stelae, undated
3 Mesoamerican Pyramids, undated
4 Mesoamerican Tombs (Mexico), undated
5 Notes on El Zotz, 1986
6 The Palace at Santa Rosa Xtampak (revised draft), 1996
7 Palace at Santa Rosa Xtampak (published drafts), 1992-1996
8 Palaces and Palace Complexes at Uxmal, 1994
9 Palaces and Palace Complexes-Lowland Maya Area
10 The Palaces at Sayil, 1994
11 Puuc Construction Techniques, 1992
12 Puuc Geometric Masks (Mexico), undated
13 Puuc Region (Mexico), undated
14 Puuc Region and Architectural Styles: A Reassessment, undated
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28 1 Puuc Region and Architectural Styles: A Reassessment (Spanish version), 1992
2 Puuc Region Drafts, undated
3 Puuc Region (rough draft), undated
4 Rio Bec: Reassessment, undated
5 Rio Bec and Chenes Architecture, 1995
6 Rio Bec: Form and Meaning, 1997
7 The Nunnery and Other Quandrangles at Uxmal (short version), undated
8 The Nunnery and Other Quandrangles at Uxmal (original drafts), 1994
9 The Adivino Quadrangles at Uxmal, 1994-1997
10 Xkichmook Revisited (second draft), 1983
11 Rio Bec Tower Complexes, 1986-1987
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29 1 Rio Bec Region, undated
2 Ruins of Ichpich, undated
3 Structure IV Becan Structure, Form, Function and Organization (edited), 1988
4 Untitled draft, undated
A11c: Publications: Journal Articles, 1973-1998
box folder
29 5 "Architectural Competitions in Scandinavia." AIA Journal 59.2 (1973)
6 "Maya Hieroglyphic Writing." Northwest Review 20.1 (1982)
7 "Xkichmook Revisited" [proof copy] Cuadernos Arquitecturea Mesoamericana 1.1 (1983)
8 "Architectural Survey of the Puuc Archeological Region." Arquitectura y Arquelogia Metodologias En La Cronologia De Yucatan 2.8 (1985)
9 Los Estilos Arquitectonicos del Puuc. N.p.: n.p. (1986)
10 "Notes on El Zotz." Mexicon 8.6 (1986)
11 "Mapping Community Patterns at Sayil, Yucatan, Mexico: The 1985 Season." Journal of New World Archaeology 7.2/3 (1985)
12 "Recent Discoveries at Two Chenes Archaeological Sites in Mexico"Mexicon 10.4 (1988)
13 "Four Unique Free Standing "Towers" in the Chenes Archaeological Region" Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamerican 11 (1989)
14 "Macoba, Campeche, Mexico: A Preliminary Report" Mexicon 11.5 (1989)
15 "Rio Bec Tower Complexes: Forms and Function." Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana 12 (1991)
16 "Ancient Maya Architecture and Urbanism at Siho and the Western Puuc Region" Mexicon 16.3 (1994)
17 "Architecture and Architectural Style at Xkipiche, Yucatan, Mexico." Institute of Maya Studies 1.2 (1995)
18 "Arquitecturas Rio Bec y Chenes." Arquelogia Mexicana 3.18 (1996)
19 "Formas basicas, estilos regionales Arquitectura Maya." Mexico Antiguo: Antologia de Arqueologia 2 (1998)
A11d: Reports
box folder
30 1 Architecutral Graffitti and the Maya Elite [Maya Graffitti and the Classic Maya Elite]
2 Architectural Survey at Calakmul 1994-1995
3 Architectural Survey at Chichen Itza
4 Architectural Survey at Kabah, Yucatan
5 Architectural Survey at Oxkintok
6 Architectural Survey at Sahbecan, Balamku, and Edzna 1994/1995 Seasons
box folder
31 1 The Architectural Survey at Sayil: A Report of the 1985 Field Season
2 Architectural Survey at Uxmal, Vol. 1
3 Architectural Survey at Uxmal, Vol. 2
4 Architectural Survey at Uxmal, Vol. 3
5 Architectural Survey at Uxmal, Vol. 4
6 Architectural Survey Chenes Archaeoloical Region 1987 Field Season
7 Architectural Survey Chenes-Puuc Transitional Zone 1987, 1988, 1989 Field Seasons
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32 1 Architectural Survey Chenes Region 1985-1986 Field Season Vol. 1
2 Architectural Survey Chenes Region 1985-1986 Field Season Vol. 2
3 Architectural Survey Chenes Region 1988 Field Season
4 Architectural Survey Chenes Region 1989 Field Season
5 Architectural Survey Copan and Quirugua
6 Architectural Survey in Southern Quintana Roo 1994-1995
7 Architectural Survey in the Northern Plains Area 1994-1995
8 Architectural Survey in the Puuc Region 1994-1995
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33 1 Architectural Survey in the Rio Bec Region 1994-1995
2 Architectural Survey:Northern Plains Areas
3 Architectural Survey:Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico, The Palace
4 Architectural Survey:Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico, The Temples
5 Architectural Survey Peten and Belize
6 Architectural Survey Puuc Archaeological Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 1 (revised version 1990)
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34 1 Architectural Survey Puuc Archaeological Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 2 (revised version 1990)
2 Architectural Survey Puuc Archaeological Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 3 (revised version 1990)
3 Architectural Survey Puuc Archaeological Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 4 (revised version 1990)
4 Architectural Survey Puuc Archaeological Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 5 (revised version 1990)
5 Architectural Survey Puuc Archaeological Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 6 (revised version 1990)
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35 1 Architectural Survey Puuc Archaeological Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 7 (revised version 1990)
2 Architectural Survey Puuc Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 1
3 Architectural Survey Puuc Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 2
4 Architectural Survey Puuc Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 3
5 Architectural Survey Puuc Region 1984 Field Season Vol. 4
6 Architectural Survey Puuc Region 1986 Field Season
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36 1 Architectural Survey Puuc Region Archaeological Region 1988 Field Season
2 Architectural Survey Puuc Region 1988 Field Season
3 Architectural Survey Puuc Archaeological Region 1989 Field Season
4 Architectural Survey Puuc Archaeological Region 1992 Field Season
5 Architectural Survey Puuc Region 1993
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37 1 Architectural Survey Puuc Sites in Campeche 1987 Field Season
2 Architectural Survey Rio Bec and Adjacent Regions 1993 Field Season
3 Architectural Survey Rio Bec Region, Vol. 1
4 Architectural Survey Rio Bec Region, Vol. 2
5 Architectural Survey Rio Bec Region, Vol. 3
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38 1 Architectural Survey Rio Bec Region, Vol. 4
2 Architectural Survey Santa Rosa Xtampak
3 Architectural Survey Sites in Campeche 1988 Field Season
4 Architectural Survey Tikal, Guatemala The Great Temples
5 Architectural Survey Tikal, Guatemala Range-Type Buildings
6 Architectural Survey Yaxchilan and Bonampak, Chiapas, Mexico
box folder
39 1 Architectural Survey Yucatan and Campeche 1997 Field Season
2 Architecture at Coba Quintana Roo, Mexico (1981)
3 Architecture at Kabah, Yucatan, Mexico
4 Architecture at Uxmal (1994)
5 Architecture in the Northern Plains Area (1989)
6 Chenes and Chenes-Puuc Architecture at Santa Rosa Xtampak, Campeche, Mexico
7 Chenes-Puuc Architecture Chronological and Cultural Interaction
box folder
40 1 Classic Puuc Mosaic Style Architecture: Geometric Masks
2 Mesoamerican Pyramids: 25 Centuries of an Architectural Tradition
3 The Nunnery Quadrangle at Uxmal
3 The Quadrangle at Uxmal: Elite Residential Complexes or Civic/Ceremonial Structures?
4 Palaces and Palace Complexes in the Puuc Region
5 The "Palaces" at Sayil: Elite Residences or Civic Structures?
6 Puuc Architecture 1985 Field Season
7 Ranking Puuc Archaeological Sites
8 Xkichmook Revisited: Puuc vs Chenes Architecture
A12: Research Files 1952-1998, undated
A12a: Research Materials
box folder
41 1 Research notes [1 of 4], undated
2 Research notes [2 of 4], undated
3 Research notes [3 of 4], undated
4 Research notes [4 of 4], undated
5 Research project, 1952
6 Research notes, 1965-1967
7 Puuc Region notes, undated
8 Architecture Competitions in Scandinavia Notes, circa 1972
9 Site lists, 1973-1989
box folder
42 1 Architecural Data Bank For The Lowland Maya Area Proposal, 1992
2 Architecural Data Bank For The Lowland Maya Area Proposal, Drafts, and Reports, 1998
3 Architecural Data Bank For The Lowland Maya Area Proposal, Drafts, and Reports, 1998
box
temp Data Bank: Index card file
box folder
42 4 Bibliographies undated
box
temp Bibliographies: Rolodex
box folder
42 5 Maps
6 Maps, Comalcalco, 1966
7 Maps, Edzna, 1968
A12b: Office Computer Files
box folder
42 8 Materials printed from floppy disks [1 of 2]
9 Materials printed from floppy disks [2 of 2]
10 Disk content lists, 1991
11 "Xerox Computer Helps and Disk Record" (spiral bound notebook), 1987-1992
12 "Disk record" (spiral bound notebook), 1994-1998
box
temp Disk box 1
Disk box 2
A12c: Notebooks
box folder
43 1 Research notes (2 spiral bound notebooks), undated
2 Publication and research materials
3-4 Indexing notes, Pyramids and Palace, Monsters and Masks, undated
5 List of illustrations (spiral bound notebook), undated
6 List of illustrations, 1994
7 List of oversized drawings, undated
8-9 Field notes of unidentified site, undated
box folder
44 1 Field notes, Book 1, February 14-March 2, 1978
2 Field notes, Book 2, March 2-March 22, 1978
3 Field notes, Book 3, March 24-April 26, 1978
4 Field notes, Book 4 or 5, April 29-May 9, 1978
5 Field notes, Book 1, April 1-May 11, 1981
6 Field notes, Book 2, May 5-June 18, 1981
box folder
45 1 Field notes, January 18-March 3, 1984
2 Field notes, Book 1, January 18-February 25, 1984
3 Field notes, Book 2, February 29-March 27, 1984
4 Field notes, Book 3, April 3-13, 1984
5 Field notes, January 29-March 15, 1987
6 Field notes, February 9-March 11, 1988
7 Field notes, March 1988
8 Field notes, December 3-12, 1994
9 Field notes, March 8-16, 1997
10 Field notes, Puuc Palace list, undated
A13: Reference Files
A13a: Works by Colleagues
box folder
46 1 Alomia, Gustavo, Book Viaje Arquelogico A Los Chenes (1894)
2 Andrews, Anthony P.: articles (1980, 1985, 1988)
3 Andrews IV., E. Wyllys: article, "The Ruins of Culuba" (1941)
4 Andrews V., E. Wyllys: articles (1976, 1979, 1980)
5 Andrews V., E. Wyllys, Ball, Joseph W.: articles (1973, 1976)
6 Andrews V., E. Wyllys: articles (1986, undated)
7 Ashmore, Wendy: report (1976)
8 Ashmore, Wendy: report draft (1977), report (1978), article (1978),
9 Ashmore, Wendy: report (1979), paper (1980), article (1981), article draft (1982), article (1984)
10 Beck, Lorraine: draft (1985), article (1986)
11 Becker, M. Joseph: article, "Plaza Plans at Quirigua, Guatemala" (1972)
12 Becquelin, Pierre, Michelet, Dominique: article, "Proyecto de Investigaciones Arqueologicas en la Region de Xculoc" (1989)
13 Benavides, Antonio C: article, "Okolhuitz, Campeche-1995 Season" (1995)
14 Brasdefer, Fernando: article, "Un Palacio de Acolmiztli Nezahualcoyotl en el extremo norte de la Sierra Nevada" (1979)
15 Camara, Luis M.: article, "La Costa Occidental De La Peninsula De Yucatan" (1984)
box folder
47 1 Carrasco, Ramon: articles (1990, undated)
2 Cornelius, Tim: article, "The Mayan Temple and Temple-Pyramid" (undated)
3 Dunning, Nicholas P.: report, "Informe Trabjo de Campo Temporada 1986 (English Version)" (1986)
4 Dunning, Nicholas P.: report, articles (1994, 1995, 1999)
5 Dunning, Nicholas P.: report, "Archaeological Settlement Patterns of the Northeastern Puuc Region, Yucatan, Mexico: Report on the 1987 Field Season" [1 of 4] (1987)
6 Dunning, Nicholas P.: report, "Archaeological Settlement Patterns of the Northeastern Puuc Region, Yucatan, Mexico: Report on the 1987 Field Season" [2 of 4] (1987)
7 Dunning, Nicholas P.: report, "Archaeological Settlement Patterns of the Northeastern Puuc Region, Yucatan, Mexico: Report on the 1987 Field Season" [3 of 4] (1987)
8 Dunning, Nicholas P.: report, "Archaeological Settlement Patterns of the Northeastern Puuc Region, Yucatan, Mexico: Report on the 1987 Field Season" [4 of 4] (1987)
9 Ehrhorn, Charles: article, "Mayan Building Types" (1968)
10 Gann, Thomas: article, "Tzibanche" (undated)
11 Gendrop, Paul: Charts and articles (1977-1981)
12 Gendrop, Paul: article, "Interacciones Rio Bec-Chenes-Puuc Durante El Periodo Clasico Tardio" (1982)
13 Guillemin, Jorge: book, Iximiche (1965)
14 Harrison, Peter articles, (1972, 1973)
15 Hellmuth, Nicholas: article, "Possible Streets at a Maya Site in Guatemala" (1971)
box folder
48 1 Heine, Erwin: article, "Digital 3-D Modelling and Visualization of Ancient Maya Architecture" (undated) [Service copy of video available for viewing.]
2 Hohmann, Hasso: articles (1984, 1985, 1988, 1993, undated)
3 Kampen, Michael: article "The Graffitti of Tikal, Guatemala" (undated)
4 Kinzhalov, R.V.: article (title in Russian) (1972)
5 Kowalski, Jeff K.: articles (1987, 1988, 1990)
6 Kurjack, Edward: articles (1992, undated)
7 Lopez De La Rosa, Edmundo: articles (1991-1993)
8 Maler, Teobert: articles (1898-1901)
9 Maler, Teobert: articles (1902)
10 Maler, Teobert: notes and articles (1981, undated)
11 Maler, Teobert: drawing and photo list (1983)
12 Maler, Teobert: articles (1985, undated)
13 Maler, Teobert: articles (undated)
14 Maler, Teobert: notes and articles (undated)
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49 1 Mayer, Karl H.: articles (1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988)
2 Mayer, Karl H.: articles (1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997)
3 Mayer, Karl H.: articles (undated)
4 Merwin, Robert E.: articles (1912) [1 of 2]
5 Merwin, Robert E.: articles (1912) [2 of 2]
6 Merwin, Robert E.: article, "Archaeological Sites in the South Toledo District of Belize" (undated)
7 Miram, Helga-Maria: article, "Katuns and History"(1990)
8 Moreno, Manuel: article, "El Panteon De Belen"(1992)
9 Popson, Colleen: article, "The Archaeology of the Rio Bec Region"(1997)
10 Puleston, Dennis: articles (1971, 1972)
11 Ringel, William, Bey, George: articles (1989-1991)
12 Robertson, Merle Greene: article, "Some Observations on the Xtelhu Panels at Yacoba, Yucatan" (1986)
box folder
50 1 Pollock, Harry E.D.: The Puuc (1980)
2 Pollock, Harry E.D.: articles (1980, undated)
3 Prem, Hanns J.: articles (1989)
4 Segovia, Victor: articles (undated)
5 Staneko, Justine: articles (1986, 1987)
6 Taschek, Jennifer, Ball, Joseph: article, "Guerra: A Late Classic Suburban Paraje of Buenavista del Cayo, Belize" (1986)
7 Vogrin, Annegrete: article, "The Spatial Relationships of Monuments at Copan and Quirigua" (1987)
A13b: Reference
box folder
50 8 Arquelogia Mexicana, February 1995, Vol II, No 1 [Entire issue on Mayan Architecture]
9 Comalcalco, reference articles, 1979, undated
10 Maya glyphs, undated
box
media Video by Erwin Heine, [Santa Rosa Xtampak], undated
box folder
50 11 Photography, 1977-1994
12 Portfolios [instructions for construction], undated
13 Proyecto Arquelogico Xkipiche, 1991-1994
14 Proyectio Arquelogico Xkipiche, 1995
15 Reference miscellaneous, undated
A13c: Newsletters
box folder
50 16 Institute of Maya Studies, 1989-1990
17 Institute of Maya Studies, 1991-1993
box folder
51 1 Institute of Maya Studies, 1994-1996
2 Institute of Maya Studies, 1997-2000
3 Pre Colombian Art Research Institute, 1997-1998
4 Instituto De Investigaciones Anthropologicas, 1976-1980
A13d: Catalogs, 1999, undated
box folder
51 5 Book catalogs
6 Book catalogs Labyrinthos, 1999, undated
7 Museum catalogs and brochures
A13e: Clippings
box folder
51 8 Clippings-Maya topics, 1958-1989
9 Clippings-Maya topics, 1990-2000
A14: Briefcase Contents, 1984-1994
Includes travel documents, correspondence, and information about lecture and gallery talk conducted at the University of Texas in January 1994
box folder
52 1 Briefcase Contents (1 of 4),travel documents and correspondence, 1984-1994
2 Briefcase Contents (2 of 4) exhibit at University of Texas, 1994
3 Briefcase Contents (3 of 4) exhibit at University of Texas, 1994
4 Briefcase Contents (4 of 4) lecture and gallery talk, 1994

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Series B: Gerrie's Journals 1956-1999, undated
(.8 lin. ft manuscript materials, 2 manuscript boxes)

Series Abstract
Gerrie accompanied George on most of his journeys and kept records of their travels in handwritten journals. This material includes descriptions of their daily life while documenting Mayan architectural sites. Typed transcripts and audio recordings created by Gerrie are also included in this series along with the original journals.
box folder
79 1 Journal (original) Sunday, July 5 - Sunday, August 24, 1956 or 1957
2 Journal (typed transcript) Sunday July 5 - Sunday, August 24, 1956 or 1957
3 Journal (original) Sunday July 17 - Sunday, August 24, 1958
4 Journal (typed transcript) Sunday June 17 - Sunday, August 24, 1958
5 Journal (original) Sunday June 30 - Monday, August 17, 1959
6 Journal (typed transcript) Sunday, June 30 - Monday, August 17, 1959
7 Journal (original) Monday, June 30 - Wednesday, August 17, 1960
8 Journal (typed transcript) Monday, June 30 - Wednesday, August 17, 1960
9 Journal (original) Monday, June 29 - Thursday July 9, 1964
10 Journal (typed transcript) Monday, June 29 - Thursday July 9, 1964
11 Journal (original) Thursday, June 17 - Wednesday, August 17, 1971
12 Journal (typed transcript) Thursday, June 17 - Wednesday, August 17, 1971
13 Journal (original) Friday, August 3, 1973 - Monday, March 11, 1974
14 Journal (typed transcript) Friday, August 3, 1973 - Monday, March 11, 1974
15 Journal (original) Tuesday, March 12, 1973 - Friday, May 31, 1974
16 Journal (typed transcript) Friday, March 12, 1973 - Monday, May 31, 1974
17 Journal (original) Tuesday, January 31 - Tuesday, April 11, 1978
18 Journal (typed transcript) Tuesday, January 31 - Tuesday, April 4, 1978
19 Journal (original) Wednesday, April 12 - Saturday, May 20, 1978
box folder
80 1 Journal (original) Sunday, February 1 - Saturday, April 19, 1981
2 Journal (original) Sunday, April 20 - Thursday, July 16, 1981
3 Journal (typed transcript) Sunday, February 1 - Thursday, July 16, 1981
4 Journal (original) Tuesday, March 8 - Monday, March 21, 1983
5 Journal (original) Tuesday, December 27, 1983 - Tuesday, May 1, 1984
6 Journal (original) Monday, March 20 - Sunday, March 30, 1985
7 Journal (original) Thursday, March 26, 1987 - Saturday, March 19, 1988
8 Journal (typed transcript) Thursday, January 28 - Saturday, March 19, 1988
9 Journal (original) Monday, March 1 - Thursday, March 18, 1993
10 Journal (typed transcript) Monday, March 1 - Thursday, March 18, 1993
11 Journal (original) Wednesday, November 30 - Sunday, December 18, 1994
12 Journal (original) Wednesday, February 22 - Thursday, March 9, 1995
13 Journal (original) Saturday, March 8 - Sunday, March 16, 1997
14 Journal (original) Thursday, February 4 - Sunday, February 21, 1999
15 Journal (typed transcript) Thursday, February 4 - Sunday, February 21, 1999
16 Journal (original) Wednesday, February 22. - Thursday, March 9, 1995

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Series C: Site Files
(11.6 linear feet, 28 manuscript boxes)

Series Abstract
The Site Files series includes field notes, transcribed data collection sheets, small drawings, plans, photographic materials, maps, and reports. This series documents the Andrews' work processes and research methods as they took data gathered in the field and used this information in reports, papers, presentations, and exhibits. Most dates correspond to his field work at sites.
C1: Belize
box folder
52 5 Altun Ha, 1974, undated
6 Chanchen, 1986, undated
7 Xuantunich, 1978
C2: Guatemala
box folder
52 8 El Mirador, 1980-1981
9 El Zotz, 1978, undated
10 Iximiche, 1978, undated
11 Nakum, 1974, undated
12 Peten, undated
13 Quirugua, 1974-undated
14 Quirugua, 1978-undated
15 Seibal, 1974-undated
box folder
53 1 Tikal, 1974-undated
2 Tikal, 1974-undated
3 Tikal, 1978-1981
4 Tikal, 1978-1985
5 Tikal, 1990-1998
6 Topoxte, 1974, undated
7 Uaxactun, undated
8 Yaxha, 1974, undated
C3: Honduras
box folder
53 9 Copan, 1974
10 Copan, 1978
C4: Mexico
box folder
54 1 Acambalam, 1984, 1985
2 Acanceh, 1981
3 Actun Chen, 1989
4 Ake, 1983
5 Almulchil, 1981, 1984
6 Bacabchen, 1984
7 Balamku, photographs
8 Balamku, 1993,1994
9 Balamku, 1997, 1999
10 Balche, 1974
11 Balche, 1981-1983
12 Balche, 1984, 1996
13 Bano de la Reina, undated
14 Banquetunich, 1982-1984
box folder
55 1 Becan, 1973-1974
2 Becan, Structure V 1978, 1987
3 Becan, Structure VIII 1978, 1987
4 Becan, 1981
5 Becan, 1984
6 Becan, Structure V, 1984, 1987
7 Becan, Structure I, 1984, 1987
8 Becan, 1985
9 Becan, Structure II, 1985, 1987
10 Becan, Structure III, 1985, 1987
11 Becan, Structure IV, 1987
12 Becan, 1988
13 Becan, 1993
14 Becan, 1994
15 Becan, 1995
box folder
56 1 Becan, 1997-1998
2 Becan, maps and photographs
3 Benito Juarez, 1984
4 Bobil, 1983
5 Boloh Ek, 1981
6 Bonampak, 1974
7 Cacabxnuc, 1982, 1984
8 Cacamax, 1985
9 Calukmul, 1984
10 Calukmul, Structure I-IV, 1995
11 Calukmul, Structure V-XIII, 1995
12 Calukmul, 1997
13 Calukmul, 1998-1999
14 Calukmul, photographs
15 Chac, 1984
box folder
57 1 Chacbolay, 1974, 1982-1984
2 Chacchoben, 1995
3 Chacmultun, 1973-1974
4 Chacmultun, 1981, 1983, 1999
5 Chacxiquin, 1985
6 Channa, 1985, 1987-1988
7 Chelimi, 1984
8 Chencoyi, 1978-1982
9 Chicanna, 1973-1975
10 Chicanna, 1981-1987
11 Chicanna, 1987
12 Chicanna, 1987
box folder
58 1 Chicanna, 1988, 1993
2 Chicanna, drawings and photographs
3 Chichen Itza, 1974-1991
4 Chichen Itza, report mock-ups
5 Chichen Itza, photographs
6 Chimai, 1984, 1989
7 Chinkultic, 1978
8 Chopakal, 1989
9 Chun-bec, 1985
10 Chuncanob, 1984
11 Chuncatzin, 1978, 1983
box folder
59 1 Chunchimai, undated
2 Chunchucmil, 1981
3 Chunhuaymil, 1987
4 Chunhuhub, 1981-1983
5 Chunhuitz, 1987-1988
6 Chunmul, 1987
7 Chunyaxche, 1974, 1981
8 Chunyaxnic, 1983
9 Coba, 1973-1981
10 Coba, 1981
11 Cobalchac, 1984
12 Comalcalco, 1988
13 Cooperativa, 1984
box folder
60 1 Corralche, undated
2 Culuba, 1983
3 Culucbalom, 1974, 1988
4 Cumpich, 1984
5 Dolores, 1989
6 Dscelina, 1984
7 Dzehkabtun, 1974. 1983, 1985
8 Dzehkabtun, 1983,1985,1987,1998
9 Dzibanche, 1974, 1994
10 Dzibanche, 1994, 1995, 1997
11 Dzibanche, 1997
12 Dzibanche, photographs
13 Dzibilchaltun, 1995
box folder
61 1 Dzibilnocac, 1978, 1983, 1998
2 Dzibiltun, 1984-1985
3 Dzibiltun, 1986, 1995, 1998
4 Dzula, 1983
5 Edzna, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1994, 1997
6 Edzna, undated
7 Edzna, photographs
8 Ek-Balam, 1983, 1993
9 Ek-Balam, 1994, 1999
10 Ek-Balam, photographs
11 El Coyote, 1978
12 El Mecco, 1983
13 El Perdido, 1978
14 El Rey, 1983
15 El Toro, 1978
16 Halal, 1981
box folder
62 1 Halalkal, undated
2 Haltunchon, 1984
3 Hobomo, 1986, 1988
4 Hochob, 1973, 1974, 1978, 1983
5 Hochob, 1985
6 Hochob, 1986
7 Hormiguero, 1974, 1978, 1981
8 Hormiguero, 1985, 1987, 1988
9 Hormiguero, 1999
10 Huitzinah, 1988
11 Huntchimul, 1984
12 Huntchimul, 1986-1987
box folder
63 1 Hunto Chac, 1992
2 Ichmac, 1984
3 Ichpich, 1983, 1988
4 Ichpich, undated
5 Ikil, 1974
6 Itzimite, 1974, 1978, 1985, 1987
7 Izamal, 1979
8 Kabah, 1973-1983
9 Kabah, 1990
10 Kabah, 1992
11 Kabah, 1993-1994
12 Kabah, undated (1 of 2)
13 Kabah, undated (2 of 2)
box folder
64 1 Kakab, 1983
2 Kankabchen, 1986
3 Kanki, 1988
4 Katab, 1987-1988
5 Kinichna, 1995, 1997
6 Kiuic, 1974, 1978, 1982, 1983
7 Kiuic, 1984, 1985
8 Kohunlich, 1974, 1981
9 Kohunlich, 1981, 1998, 1999
10 Kohunlich, photographs
11 Kom, 1983, 1984, 1989
12 Kom, 1983, 1984, 1989
13 Kom, photographs
box folder
65 1 Kupaloma, 1980, 1989
2 La Corriente, 1987
3 La Providencia, 1983, 1986-1988, 1998
4 La Trinidad, 1983, 1986-1988, 1998
5 Labna, 1974, 1978, 1981
6 Labna, 1982-1983
7 Labna, 1978, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998
8 Labna, photographs
9 Lazaro Cardenas 1988
10 Lubna, undated
11 Macoba, 1989, 1992
12 Manos Rojas, 1978, 1981, 1987
13 Mayapan, 1973, 1991, 1997
box folder
66 1 Macoba, 1989, 1992
2 Monte Cristo, 1987
3 Mul-Chic, 1973-1974, 1981
4 Muluchtzekel, 1983-1984
5 Nakaskat, 1985
6 Naox, 1984
7 Nacuche, 1987
8 Nicolas Bravo, 1974, 1978, 1987-1988
9 Nocucich, 1985-1986, 1988, 1998
10 Nohcacab, 1984-1988
11 Nohcacab, 1984-1988
12 Nohcacab, photographs
13 Nohchen, 1988
14 Nohoch-Cep, 1985
15 Nohpat, 1985
16 Nucucich, 1985
box folder
67 1 Nucuchtunich, 1985
2 Okolhuitz, 1985
3 Oxkintok, 1971, 1973, 1981
4 Oxkintok, 1988-1989, 1973, 1981
5 Oxkintok, 1993
6 Oxkintok, 1994, 1997-1999
7 Oxkintok, undated
8 Oxkintok, photographs
9 Pakchen, 1985
box folder
68 1 Pakchen, 1985
2 Palenque, 1958
3 Palenque, data sheets, 1974
4 Palenque, data sheets, 1974
5 Palenque, sketches and notes, 1974
6 Palenque, drawings, 1974
7 Palenque, data sheets, 1975
8 Palenque, notes and drawings, 1978 (1 of 2)
9 Palenque, notes and drawings, 1978 (2 of 2)
10 Palenque, reference materials
11 Palenque, photographs and drawings
12 Payan, 1974
13 Pibil Tzotz, 1988
box folder
69 1 Pixoy, 1974, 1984, 1989
2 Playa del Carmen, 1983
3 Pozo 6 1984
4 Pozo 10, 1984
5 Puch, undated
6 Puerto Rico, 1984
7 Ramonal, 1992-1993
8 Rancho El Toro, 1978
9 Rancho Perez, 1978
10 Rancho Santa Maria, 1989
11 Reforma, 1989
12 Reforma Ley, 1974-1976, 1984
13 Rio Bec, 1974, 1978, 1981
14 Rio Bec, 1985-1986
15 Rio Bec, 1987
16 Rio Bec, 1988-1990
17 Rio Bec, drawings
box folder
70 1 Rio Bec, photographs
2 Sabacche, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1990
3 Sacbe, 1987-1988
4 Sahbecan, 1995
5 Sannacte 1983-1984
6 San Pablo, 1984
7 Santa Barbara, undated
8 Santa Rosa Xtampak, 1978
9 Santa Rosa Xtampak, 1986-1988
10 Santa Rosa Xtampak, 1986-1988
11 Santa Rosa Xtampak, 1986-1988
box folder
71 1 Santa Rosa Xtampak, 1986-1988
2 Santa Rosa Xtampak, 1993-1999
3 Santa Rosa Xtampak, drawings and photos
4 Sayil, 1974-1982
5 Sayil, 1985
6 Sayil, 1985, 1989
7 Sayil, 1994-1998
8 Sayil, drawings and photos
9 Seibal 1974
box folder
72 1 Siho 1993
2 Sodzil 1987
3 Tabasqueno 1978, 1983, 1985, 1987
4 Tabasqueno 1978, 1983, 1985, 1987
5 Tajin, undated
6 Tancah, undated
7 Tanholna, undated
8 Tantah, undated
9 Tohcok, 1981, 1985, 1987, 1997, 1999
10 Tonina, 1978
11 Tsits, 1989
12 Tulum, 1983
13 Tzekelhaltun, 1984
14 Tzum, 1986
15 Ucum, 1987
box folder
73 1 Unnamed Site 1, at Dzibiltun, 1986
2 Unnamed Site 2, 1986
3 Unnamed Site at 34.5 KM, 1987
4 Unnamed Site at KM 20, 1984
5 Unnamed Site at K-51 Campeche, undated
6 Unnamed Site at KM 93, 1987
7 Unnamed Site near KM 174, 1978
8 Unnamed Site near Xculoc, 1984
9 Uxmal, 1973
10 Uxmal, 1974
11 Uxmal, 1978
12 Uxmal, 1981
13 Uxmal, 1982
14 Uxmal, 1983
15 Uxmal, 1984
16 Uxmal, 1985
17 Uxmal, 1987
18 Uxmal, 1990
box folder
74 1 Uxmal, 1993
2 Uxmal, 1994-1999
3 Uxmal, reference material, undated
4 Uxmal, drawings, undated (1 of 2)
5 Uxmal, drawings, undated (2 of 2)
6 Vena, 1989
7 X'becan Savanna, 1989
8 X'burrotunich, 1993
9 Xcacabutz, 1979, 1984
10 Xcalumkin, 1984, 1994, 1999
11 Xcampech-Haltun, 1984
12 Xcanahaleb, 1983, 1985-1986, 1998
13 Xcanalcruz, 1981-1983
14 Xcanalmul, 1987
box folder
75 1 Xcanalmul, 1983
2 Xcanalmul, 1987
3 Xcobalchac, 1984, 1989
4 Xcoch, 1984, 1989
5 Xcochcax, 1984
6 Xcorralche, 1983-1984
7 Xculoc, 1981-1984
8 Xcuncat, 1981-1984
9 Xel-Ha, 1983
10 Xinabalam, 1984
11 Xkakochna, 1984
12 Xkalachetzimin, 1984
box folder
76 1 Xkalupococh, 1984, 1989
2 Xkambul, 1985
3 Xkampon, 1987-1988
4 Xkankabi, 1987
5 Xketpaap, 1987
6 Xkichmook, 1978, 1982, 1983
7 Xkichmook, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1995
8 Xkichmook, undated
9 Xkipche, 1989
10 Xkipche, 1992
11 Xkipche, 1993
12 Xkipche, 1995
box folder
77 1 Xkipche, photographs
2 Xkochkax, 1984
3 Xkokoh, 1984
4 Xkukican, 1985
5 Xlabpak, 1981, 1984, 1990
6 Xlottzal, 1990
7 Xmulikom, 1988
8 Xnibacal, 1984
9 Xpostanil, 1983-1984
10 Xpuhil, 1978, 1984, 1985, 1986
11 Xpuhil, 1987
12 Xpuhil, 1988-1989
13 Xpuhil, 1993-1995
14 Xpuhil, photographs
box folder
78 1 Xtampak, 1984
2 Xuccah, 1984
3 Xtampak, 1984
4 Xul-Ha, 1981
5 Yakal Chuc, 1984,1987
6 Yakalxiu, 1984
7 Yalcoba, 1988
8 Yaxche Xlabpak, 1981, 1984
9 Yaxche Xlabpak, 1987
10 Yaxche Xlabpak, photographs
11 Yaxchilan, 1974
12 Yaxchilan, 1991
13 Yaxchilan, drawings, 1974
14 Yaxcopoil, drawings, 1973
15 Yaxhachen, 1974,1984
16 Yaxuna, 1992, 1999
17 Yiba, 1984-1985
18 Yiba Sur, 1995

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