A Directory of Archives useful for history of Archaeology Research.
Harvard University Library has digitised and made openly available archives relating to the Harvard Expedition to Samaria, led by American archaeologist George Andrew Reisner, between 1908 and 1910. The archives include Reisner's diaries from the period, and diaries from a few of his colleagues, including Gottlieb Schumacher,
David Gordon Lyon, and Clarence Stanley Fisher.
Scope: diaries, photographs, expedition admin documents
Reisner diaries 1909-10
Fisher journal 1908
Lyon diary 1908-11
Schumacher diary 1908
Schumacher Report 1908
Expedition summary 1909
Harvard expedition to Samaria notebook 1910
Expedition correspondence 1901-9
AWOL, 2014. Harvard Expedition to Samaria 1908-10. Ancient World Online.
Held in the University of Reading's Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology. Records relate to the history of excavations mainly in Greece in the early 20th century. Includes correspondence to the Museum's founders, Percy Ure and Annie Ure, from various Greek archaeologists.
More details on the Museum's holdings here.
Scope of collections: correspondence, letters, diaries, research notes and journals, excavation records, photographs, maps, museum records.
Research blog: https://research.reading.ac.uk/curiosi/ure-routes/
Archive webpage: https://collections.reading.ac.uk/ure-museum/explore/collections-overview/archives/