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Arabian Horse Association of Southern California Records
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Description
The Arabian Horse Association of Southern California (AHASC) was founded in 1944 to promote the Arabian horse breed, educate owners on proper care, and to study the history and characteristics of Arabian horses. The collection contains administrative records that document the operation of the club, club newsletters, programs for horse shows organized by the club, and audiovisual recordings of horse shows.
Background
The Arabian Horse Association of Southern California (AHASC) was founded in 1944 under the initial name Arabian Horse Breeders' Society of California by Joanna Phillips of Glendale, California. The group was formed to promote the Arabian breed, educate owners on proper care, and study the history and characteristics of Arabian horses. Phillips served as the group's first secretary and treasurer and R. Warren Phillips served as the first president. The name was officially changed to Arabian Horse Association of Southern California in 1950.
Extent
11.09 Linear Feet (18 boxes)
Restrictions
Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.
Availability
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