Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California Field Papers includes bulletins, by-laws, correspondence, field procedures,
meeting notices, membership information, financial reports, and newspaper clippings.
The Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California was founded in 1947 to promote and assist in the preservation,
conservation, and public awareness of archaeological material. The organization disbanded in 2008.
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