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Mildred and Waldo Wedel's correspondents include J.M. Adovasio, American Antiquity, American Quaternary Association, American West, Duane Anderson, J. Lawrence Angel, Raymond S. Baby, Larry Banks, David A. Baerreis, Tyler Bastian, Martin A. Baumhof, J. Joe Bauxar, Ralph C. Bell, Robert E. Beall, Breston Berry, Garland and Martha R. Blaine, Donald J. Blakeslee, Peter W. Bournan, Jeffrey Brain, David A. Breternitz, Margaret K. Brown, Douglas S. Byers, Walter S. Campbell, Gayle F. Carlson, Leonard Carmichael, Von Del Chamberlain, John L. Champe, Carl Chapman, Donald Collier, Stuart W. Conner, Ronald C. Corbyn, Hugh C. Cutler, David Dary, E. Mott Davis, Leslie B. Davis, Thorne Deuel, Herbert W. Dick, Philip Drucker, Tom Duck, John A. Eddy, Loren C. Eiseley, Florence H. Ellis, Clifford Evans, Paul A. Ewald, John Canfield Ewers, O.S. Fent, William N. Fenton, Richard G. Forbis, James A. Ford, George C. Frison, F.M. Fryxell, Mary Elizabeth Good, David M. Gradwohl, Robert S. Gray, James B. Griffin, James H. and Dolores A. Gunnerson, Zachry Gussow, Carl E. Guthe, Harry W. Hamilton, Charles E. Hanson, James A. Hanson, R. King Harris, Emil W. Haury, Robert F. Heizer, E. Thomas Hemmings, A.T. Hill, W.W. Hill, Preston Holder, C.G. Holland, John Hotoff, Wesley R. Hurt, Harold A. Huscher, George Jelinek, Edward B. Jelks, Jesse Jennings, Alfred E. Johnson, Fred Johnson, Horace Jones, Volney H. Jones, Kansas Academy of Science, Kansas Anthropological Association, Kansas Historical Society, Thomas Kehoe, Arthur R. Kelly, Charles R. Keyes, Kenneth E. Kidd, Arthur V. Kidder, M.E. Kirby, Marvin F. Kivett, Ruthann Knudson, Alex D. Krieger, Russ Langford, Donald J. Lehmer, Robert H. Lowie, E.S. Magowan, Mrs. William C. Knudtsen, William J. Mayer-Oakes, Robert G. McReynolds, William L. Merrill, George Metcalf, Earl W. Monger, William Mulloy, National Park Service, Nebraska University Press, Edward Norbeck, Michael K. O'Heeron, James C. Olson, H. Geiger Omwake, Douglas R. Parks, William J. Petersen, Plains Anthropology, H.R. Pollock, Harold W. Reed, Roland Richert, William A. Ritchie, Frank H.H. Roberts, Jr., John M. Roberts, Arthur H. Rohn, Irving Rouse, John H. Rowe (regarding the Smithsonian trinomial system of identifying archeological sites), Marc D. Rucker, Carl O. Sauer, William H. Sears, E.H. Sellards, Frank M. Setzler, James B. Schaeffer, J.M. Shippee, Richard G. Slattery, Carlyle S. Smiths, G. Hubert Smith, Ralph S. Solecki, Dennis J. Stanford, William Duncan Strong, William C. Sturtevant, Earl H. Swanson, John R. Swanton, Robert Taft, Lisa Tatum, Joseph B. Thoburn, Willis G. Tilton, Marvin E. Tong, Harry M. Trowbridge (with catalog of Spiro Mound artifacts), Harry Tschopik, Jr., Sarah Jones Tucker, William B. Tucker, Lile Tuttle, Douglas H. Ubelaker, C.A. Valentine, Gus Van Beek, Charles van Ravenswaay, William Van Royen, James B. Watson, James F. Wellnitz, Joe Ben Wheat, Guy L. Whiteford, George F. Will, Ray Williamson, Gordon R. Willey, Roscoe Wilmeth, Arnold M. Withers, John Witthoft, Thomas A Witty, W. Ray Wood, Alan R. Woolworth, and James H. Word.

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