Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology

About Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology

The Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology houses over 30,000 photographic prints, negatives, slides, and maps. Images document archaeological work throughout Indiana and the region from the 1920s through the present day, including excavations at Angel Mounds and other significant sites. They also record notable figures such as Glenn Black and Eli Lilly along with many dedicated workers and students who have contributed to the GBL and the development of professional archaeology in Indiana. Other items include images of selected archaeological artifacts from the repository and ethnohistory maps from the archival collections. More information about the history of the GBL, the collections, and visiting the museum can be found at http://gbl.indiana.edu/.

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GBL Photographs

Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology Photographs

Explore the lab’s archaeological photograph collection. Images depict historic excavations through modern day field work, historic and prehistoric artifact collections housed at the museum, as well as the people and research work of the Glenn Black Lab over the years. This collection will continue to expand as additional materials are digitized. For more information, visit the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology.