contains financial records, correspondence, book contracts, by-laws, policies, and other
administrative records related to the Arabian Horse Association of Southern California.
There is also material about the group's annual Fall Arabian Horse Show.
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
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