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Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson delivered a paper at the American Association of Museums Annual Meeting. In this paper she describes the course presented at the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art.

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Describes the honor received from the French Government. by Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson for her work as chair of the French War Relief Committee of the Emergency Aid of Pennsylvania. The account is in the Old Penn Weekly Review section of The…

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Written for a travel magazine, Stevenson describes a honeymoon trip to Andorra. She writes under the name Yorke Stevenson

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This article describes the context and details of the remarkable discoveries at the Mastaba Tombs by Mr. Flinders-Petrie. The discoveries date back to the IVth through VIth dynasties. Illustrated.

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The article discusses the context and details of the excavations of Mr. Flinders-Petrie in Koptos. The expedition was sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania. Illustrated.

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A Discussion of the religious texts discovered in pyramids at Saqqarah dating back to the Vth and VIth dynasties of Egypt. This discussion includes an account of the development of an understanding of the "archaic language of Egypt."

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This article by Sara Y. Stevenson describes the Babylonian exhibit at the World Columbia Exhibition, the contents of which were derived from the excavations sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania University Museum in 1888. She also describes…

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Stevenson reviews the history of insurance from Roman times to her present time looking at Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice as well as multiple historical documents, texts, and histories

From the Archives: Sara Yorke Stevenson, archeologist, Egyptologist, civic leader, newspaper editor and columnist, was one of the principal founders of what is now the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology. In 1894 she…

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A description of the symbols used to decorate potsherds on exhibit at the Museum of the University of Pennsylvania at the time of writing. The potsherds were sent to the museum through the "Egyptian Exploration Fund" and were excavated by Mr. William…
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