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Science  24 Feb 1928:
Vol. 67, Issue 1730, pp. 219-220
DOI: 10.1126/science.67.1730.219

Abstract

Of the eleven students taking part, about half were unable to remain for the entire term; these were permitted to join for short periods. In addition to the student body, permission was granted thirty-four other persons interested in our work to take part in our program—especially in Brittany and the Dordogne.

Of the fifty conferences given, twenty were by the director and thirty by twenty-eight specialists. To the latter, the director desires to express his deep sense of appreciation. Sixty-three important prehistoric sites and thirty-five museums and special collections were examined. As a result of the twentyfive days of digging, collections were sent to seven contributing institutions. At the end of the season five students remained in the Old World for further study and field work