The Smithsonian has licensed a ring currently being sold on QVC that is a replica of one originally owned by Marie Harvey Hall, Fred’s daughter. She purchased it at the Grand Canyon in 1910–presumably at Hopi House–and left it to her niece (and Fred’s only granddaughter) Kitty Harvey. At Kitty’s death in 1962, it was donated to what is now the Museum of the American Indian.
Since we weren’t aware of this donation, we’ve asked the Smithsonian (where I’m speaking to curators on Tuesday afternoon) to see what else they have from Kitty’s bequest. Someday, who knows, there could be an entire collection of Fred Harvey-inspired jewelry from the Smithsonian (and I could be on QVC hawking it with Daggett Harvey, Jr. Stewart Harvey and Helen Harvey Mills.)