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The Man Who Came to Dinner, or Hooray for Mr Spaulding: A Peek at Historical Imagination Running Rampant

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Michael Tarabulski

University of Idaho, Idaho, US
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Dorothy Pond (nee Long, 1900-1987) married anthropologist Alonzo W Pond (1894-1986) in July of 1926, little more than a month after they met. In the early years of their marriage she accompanied him into the field on excavations and helped him with his archaeological manuscripts (Pond 1930, Pond et al. 1928, 1937). Lonnie, after participating in the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of 1933, and working at Jamestown and Mammoth Cave, left archaeology, as a liveli­hood, in 1935 for a series of other jobs. The Ponds retired to northern Wisconsin in 1958. There, Alonzo, with Dorothy's help, turned out several popular natural history books (Pond 1962, 1965, 1969b, 1969b, 1972).
Keywords: Dorothy Pond Alonzo Pond 
How to Cite: Tarabulski, M., (2001). The Man Who Came to Dinner, or Hooray for Mr Spaulding: A Peek at Historical Imagination Running Rampant. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology. 11(1), pp.1–6. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/bha.11102
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Published on 29 May 2001.
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