McEuen Cave materials, 1935-1941.

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United States. National Park Service. McEuen Cave materials, 1935-1941.

McEuen Cave materials, 1935-1941.

Includes correspondence compiled by the National Park Service dealing with archeological material collected by Mr. Louis Heinz, of Duncan, Arizona.

[37] leaves ; 27 cm.

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