The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) contains articles, brochures, and programs related to the Association's
activities. Articles include "Israelite and Indian: A Parallel in Planes of Culture" by Garrick Mallery 1889 August and "Symbolism
in Ancient American Art" by F.W. Putnam & C.C. Willougby 1895 August. Southwest Division Annual Meeting Programs cover meetings
held 1920 December 2-4 and 1922 January 26-28. There is an Annual Meeting program for the Pacific Division Annual Meeting
in Pasadena in 1941 June 16-21 and an article about the Division from a 1915 March issue of
Popular Science Monthly. There are also brochures from 1943 and 1949 about the history of AAAS.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science formed in 1848.
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