Guide to the Richard D. Daugherty Papers 1944-1985
Cage 583

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Daugherty, Richard D.
Title
Richard D. Daugherty Papers
ID
Cage 583
Date [inclusive]
1944-1985
Extent
8.0 containers.
General Physical Description note
7.5 linear feet of shelf space.
Language
English
Abstract
Correspondence and enclosures relative to archaeology in the Pacific Northwest, to employment at Washington State University, to the Aswan Dam survey, the National Council on Historic Preservation, and the Committee for the Recovery of Archaeological Remains.

Preferred Citation note

[Item Description]. Cage 583, Richard D. Daugherty Papers. Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

Richard Deo Daugherty was born March, 1922, at Aberdeen, Washington. He completing high school in Aberdeen, attended Central Washington College of Education at Ellensburg, Wa., and the University of Washington in Seattle, from which he received his doctor's degree in anthropology. In 1950 he began employment at Washington State College in Pullman, which he continued until retirement in 1985. Daugherty's main focus as an anthropologist was the pre-history of the Pacific Northwest, approached through archaeological methods. For over 30 years he conducted or directed a number of excavations and similar investigations, chiefly in the central basin area of Washington and along the Pacific coast. One of the best known was an 18th century village near Ozette. Daugherty also conducted archaeological surveys in North Africa, within the regions of Sudan effected by the construction of dams on the Nile River. Daugherty was also an original member of the National Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, to which he was appointed by President Lyndon Johnson in 1967.

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Scope and Contents note

The papers of Richard Daugherty consist of correspondence, enclosures and reports concerned generally with archaeological investigations and the anthropology profession. Some materials concern the instructional program at Washington State University.

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Arrangement note

The arrangement is Daugherty's filing order; this establishes several record series: 1) Correspondence, concerning all his interests, arranged chronologically; 2) Committee for the Recovery of Archaeological Remains, an information-distributing agency supported by several anthropological associations; 3) Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; 4) Aswan Dam; 5) National Park Service; and 6) Alphabetical Subject Files, these being materials similar to other series, but focused on smaller projects.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 1992

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open for research use.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The papers of Richard Daugherty, Professor of Anthropology at Washington State University, were donated to the Washington State University Libraries by Mr. Daugherty in 1990 (Accession Number MS90-13).

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • United States. National Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
  • Washington State University--Faculty -- Archives

Geographic Name(s)

  • Aswan (Egypt)--Antiquities

Personal Name(s)

  • Daugherty, Richard D., 1922- --Archives

Subject(s)

  • Archaeological surveying--Aswan (Egypt)
  • Archaeology
  • Archaeology -- Northwest, Pacific
  • Archaeology -- Study and teaching--Washington (State)
  • International Relations
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

Series 1. General Correspondence 

Box Folder

 1949-1950 

1 1

 1951-1952 

1 2

 1952-1953 

1 3

 1953 

1 4

 1954 

1 5

 1955 

1 6

 1956 

1 7

 1957 

1 8

 1958 

1 9

 1958 

1 10

 Jan. - June 1959 

1 11

 July - Dec. 1959 

1 12

 Jan. - June 1960 

1 13

 July - Dec. 1960 

1 14

part A Jan. - Apr. 1961 

1 15

part A May - Dec. 1961 

1 16

part B Jan. - Dec. 1961 

1 17

part A 1962 

1 18

part B-1 1962 

1 19

part B-2 1962 

1 20

part A 1963 

1 21

part B 1963 

2 22

A-C 1964 

2 23

D 1964 

2 24

E-G 1964 

2 25

G-J 1964 

2 26

K-M 1964 

2 27

N 1964 

2 28

O-Q 1964 

2 29

R 1964 

2 30

S-V 1964 

2 31

W 1964 

2 32

X-Z 1964 

2 33

A 1965 

2 34

B-C 1965 

2 35

D-G 1965 

2 36

H-J 1965 

2 37

K-M 1965 

2 38

N-Q 1965 

2 39

R-V 1965 

2 40

W 1965 

2 41

X-Z 1965 

2 42

A-C 1966 

2 43

D-K 1966 

2 44

L-P 1966 

2 45

personal expenses 1966 

2 46

R-S 1966 

2 47

T-Z, misc. 1966 

2 48

personal expenses 1967 

2 49

A-B 1967 

2 50

C-D 1967 

2 51

E-G 1967 

2 52

H-K 1967 

2 53

L-M 1967 

2 54

N-P 1967 

2 55

R 1967 

2 56

S 1967 

3 57

T-V 1967 

3 58

W-Z 1967 

3 59

professional expenses 1968 

3 60

A-M, I 1968 

3 61

H-P, I 1968 

3 62

Q-Z, I 1968 

3 63

A-C, II 1968 

3 64

D-G, II 1968 

3 65

H-K, II 1968 

3 66

L-N, II 1968 

3 67

O-Q, II 1968 

3 68

R, II 1968 

3 69

S, II 1968 

3 70

T-X, II 1968 

3 71

 1969 

3 72

 1970 

3 73

 1970 

3 74

 1971 

3 75

 1972 

3 76

 1973 

3 77

 1974 

3 78

 1975 

3 79

 1976 

3 80

 1977 

3 81

 1978 

3 82

 1979 

3 83

 1980 

3 84

 1985 

3 85

 1982-1983 

3 86

 1985 

3 87

Faculty Executive Committee 1958-59 

3 88

Faculty Executive Committee 1959-60 

3 89

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Series 2. Committee for the Recovery of Archaeological Remains 

Box Folder

General 

4 90

 1958 

4 91

 1959 

4 92

 1960 

4 93

 1961 

4 94

 1961 

4 95

 1962 

4 96

 1962 

4 97

 1962 

4 98

 1963 

4 99

 1963 

4 100

 1964 

4 101

 1964 

4 102

 1964 

4 103

 1964 

4 104

 1965 

4 105

 1966 

4 106

 1967 

4 107

 1968 

4 108

 1969 

4 109

 1969 

5 110

 1969 

5 111

 1970 

5 112

 1970 

5 113

 1971 

5 114

 1972 

5 115

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Series 3. Historic Preservation (Advisory Council on Historic Preservation) 

Box Folder

Historic Preservation Act 1967 

5 116

National Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 

Box Folder

Meeting Jul-67 

5 117

Meeting Sept. 1967 

5 118

Correspondence 1967 

5 119

General 1967-1968 

5 120

Travel 1967-1968 

5 121

General 1967-1969 

5 122

News 1967-1972 

5 123

General 1967-1968 1977 

5 124

Correspondence 1968 

5 125

Meetings 1968 

5 126

February meeting 1968 

5 127

General 1968 

5 128

Meeting May 1968 

5 129

General 1969 

5 130

General 1969 

5 131

General 1969-1970 

5 132

Re: National Trust Advisory Board 1970 

5 133

General 1970-71 

5 134

General 1971 

5 135

Re: National Trust 1971-1972 

5 136

General 1977-1978 

5 137

General 1977-1979 

5 138

Re: Archaeological Programs and Laws 1977-1978 

6 139

General 1977-1978 

6 140

Re: Archaeological Programs and Laws 1978 

6 141

General 1979 

6 142

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Series 4. Aswan Dam 

Box Folder

 1962-1964 

6 143

 1963 

6 144

Black and white photos 

6 145

Geological surveys 1962-1966 

6 146

Maps of the survey area (negatives) 

6 147

Samples 

6 148

Museum of New Mexico Expedition 1962-1963 

6 149

Miscellaneous mimeographed reports, etc. 

6 150

SARA--West, (SAW) (Survey data) 

6 151

Diary 1963 

6 152

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Series 5. National Park Service 

Box Folder

Project 13 1961-1962 

6 153

Project 13 1960-1966 

6 154

Project 13 1961 

6 155

Project 25 1963 

6 156

Project 25 1963-1966 

6 157

Project 31 1964 

6 158

Project 31 1964-1970 

6 159

Project 33 1966 

6 160

Project 33 1964-1965 

6 161

Project 33 1963-1965 

6 162

Project 33 1963 

6 163

NPS Consultant file 

6 164

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Series 6. Alphabetical Subject Files 

Box Folder

Air Sites project, Neah Bay 1951 

6 165

British Columbia Survey 1954 

6 166

Burg-Wartenstein paper of salvage archaeology 1962 

6 167

Current research--American Antiquity 1962-1964 

6 168

Current research--American Antiquity 1966 

6 169

Current research requests -- Frying Pan Rockshelter 1966 

6 170

Current research requests -- Proposal for travel support to C-14 conference 1965 

6 171

Gamma Theta Upsilon 1951 

6 172

Head Start 1965 

6 173

Hoh diet research 1949 

6 174

Lower Monumental proposal and contract 1962 

6 175

National Science Foundation, Project 21 1962-1965 

6 176

National Science Foundation, Project 21 1962-1964 

6 177

National Science Foundation, Project 35 1964-1965 

6 178

National Science Foundation, Project 35 1966 

6 179

Nez Perce claims case 1952 

6 180

Potential research project; M. Ayub, Libya 1962 

6 181

Potential research project; Oyhut, WA, site 1960 

6 182

Potential research project; Rat Pass, YT, survey 1952-1955 

6 183

Research projects completed; 1955 1958 1963 

6 184

Research projects completed and application for funds, Peace River 1954 

6 185

Research projects completed; Nez Perce 1956-1958 

6 186

Research projects completed; Peace River 1954 

6 187

Research projects completed; thesis 1952-1953 

6 188

Research projects completed; USACE Petroglyph Survey 1960-1961 

6 189

Rocky Reach Dam Museum 1960-1961 

7 190

Rocky Reach Dam Museum 1969 

7 191

Smith, Allan, correspondence 1949-1952 

7 192

Smyser, Selden, correspondence 1944-1945 1957 

7 193

U. S. Naval Reserve 

7 194

Wenner-Gren Conference 1962 

7 195

Wenner-Gren Foundation 1964-1965 

7 196
Box

Printed materials, re: archaeology 

8

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