Two carved stone bison figures, retrieved by Arthur Sanger during an archaeological expedition to San Nicolas Island, Los Angeles vicinity, 1928
- Two carved stone bison figures, retrieved by Arthur Sanger during an archaeological expedition to San Nicolas Island, Los Angeles vicinity, 1928
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- [circa April, 1928]
- Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Two small stone-carved animal figures sit on display. Both are carved from a dark-colored stone and face towards the right. The figure at right looks to be a bison. Arthur Sanger retrieved these artifacts on an archaeological expedition to San Nicolas Island.
Regarding negative text: The negative may have been labeled. The removed label has an identical caption to what is extant on the negative. For removed label, see Item Ark: 21198/zz002h9k75
A related photograph documenting the same archaeological expedition is captioned, “SECRETS UNLOCKED OF PREHISTORIC RACE A. R. Sanger and Part of His New Collection,” Los Angeles Times, 08 Apr. 1928: A2
This photograph is related to the article, "ISLAND YIELDS CLEW TO PAST: Archaeologist Back from, Trip to San Nicolas Stone Image Hints of Trade With Mainland Relics Indicate Dwellers Were Warlike," Los Angeles Times, 05 Apr. 1928: A2
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- b&w nitrate negative
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