Black Canyon, May 30, 1953, some “1953”
8 negatives: ASA001-468 – 475
The photograph of a group of sheep (ASA001-468) was published in ASA Bulletin (Blast from the past no. 4, 1989).
Sub-series contains the following items:
ASA001-468 very degraded negative of the group of sheep with a “newborn lamb” (scheduled for preservation copying in January 2000). Notation on original enclosure: “sheep – very popular at museum . . . petroglyph has been destroyed and this is the only documentary record.”
ASA001-468 Image not available.
ASA001-469 – 470 close-up of bird petroglyph; ASA001-469 is degraded. See also: ASA001-446 for a more distant view of the same petroglyph taken in 1952.
ASA001-469 Image not available.
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