This is a volume entitled "Camels in the Southwest: Term Study for the History of the West, University of Southern California,"
prepared by Myrtle McDonald, 1929 May 12. It contains a 21-page paper, 5-page bibliography, a hand-drawn map of Western America,
and pasted in newspaper clippings from 1928.
Myrtle McDonald was a student at the University of Southern California, circa 1928-1929.
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