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Finding Aid to the Malcom F. Farmer Collection MS.782
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This collection consists of three manuscripts written by Malcolm F. Farmer, frequent contributor to The Masterkey. The manuscripts are titled "Notes on the Place of the Malaga Cove Site in Southern California Archaeology," June 1937; "An Indian Camp-Site in Tuna Canon," undated; an untitled manuscript describing the cashew nut, where it is found, some of its uses, and a pencil drawing of the cashew nut, June 1937.
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