CHINA LAKE NAVAL AIR WEAPONS STATION (CALIFORNIA), 1956-1965 (BULK 1956-1957)
92 negatives: ASA001-872 – 963
Box 3. Box 6: 20 degraded negatives ASA001-872, 873, 874, 878, 879, 880, 881, 882, 884, 886, 891, 892, 893, 894, 896, 897, 909, 918, 929, 947
Three sub-series in chronological order
Outstanding petroglyphs and photographs. A dry lake area (Howe, n.d.). Prior names of Naval Air Weapons Station that are referenced in some ASA publications are Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS) and Naval Weapons Center (NWC).
China Lake, May 11, 1957
55 negatives: ASA001-898 – 952
Petroglyph of an animal with a very long body, short ears or horns, a very long tail, and feet like round balls.
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