BURRO FLATS (VENTURA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA), 1953-1954 AND UNDATED
70 negatives: ASA001-209 – 278
Box 1. Box 6: 10 degraded negatives ASA001-212, 222, 224 – 226, 230 – 231, 257, 265, 278
Three sub-series as numbered by Howe (chronological order but with undated series before 1953 series)
Burro Flats, undated
4 negatives: ASA001-209 – 212
Photographs of LaMonk’s reproductions. Neither of the original reproductions is in the ASA LaMonk collection.
ASA001-209 – 211 photograph of LaMonk’s reproduction of the most dominant pictograph figure in the ceremonial cave. Hedges (1985) states that the figure illustrates the flight metaphor. A similar figure appears in ASA LaMonk No. 11 prepared in 1953. VanTilburg (1983, p. 44-45) recorded a similar figure from a “rock shelter in the Simi Hills.”
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