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This interview is one of a series conducted concerning West Virginia archeology. Thomas Kuhn was an archaeologist and a faculty member at Marshall University. He discusses: archaeological digs; several archaeological collections, including the Adams Collection [of Native American artifacts?] and the Pitt/Stark Collection; his part in bringing the Adams Collection to the Huntington Museum of Art; individuals such as Carol Carter, Bob Maslowski, Cynthia Irwin, Roberta Emerson, Mr. Durett, & Mr. Adams; problems he sees in the archaeological profession; the importance of producing artifacts for the public to see; his views on selling artifacts; a code of ethics for archaeologists; and other topics.
Interview is included in the Marshall University Oral History Collection. The index number is OH64-491.
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Marshall University Special Collections, OH64-491, Huntington, WV.