“In late 1950, my father, an architect in eastern Pennsylvania, was commissioned by the University of Pennsylvania Museum to make a scale drawing of one of the friezes on the Mayan temple at Xunantunich. He took with him his wife Margaret, his three daughters Jo (aged fourteen), Sue (thirteen), and Fran (seven), and his son Peter (ten). That was me. Sixty-four years later I went again…”
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This booklet references the article An Architect in Mayaland, published in the December 1952 issue of Natural History magazine.