The Hemenway collection, obtained from the ruined Pueblos in the Salado Valley, is now being arranged, under the direction of Professor Putnam, in the second southeast gallery of the Peabody Museum. It will be some months yet before this collection will be open to the public, but when this takes place visitors to the museum will have an opportunity of making a pretty good study of the ancient remains of the Pueblo villages. This collection was brought together under the direction of Mr. Frank H. Cushing.
One large hall in the museum is already devoted to the Hemenway collection from the Moqui region. This hall is open to the public and is well worthy of a visit by all interested in Indian ceremonials and in the remarkable pottery from the Moqui region. Many of the designs of this pottery are of interest from their symbolism and artistic merit.