Southern California Academy of Sciences Bulletin

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On 6 November 1891, a group of people interested in science gathered in the parlors of the Hotel Lindley in Los Angeles to organize an association for the promotion of all branches of natural history. Members suggested the name, Southern California Science Association, which was retained for several years. On 12 May 1896, a constitutional change created a new name for the association: The Southern California Academy of Sciences. The first periodical publication of the Academy was known as the Proceedings of the Southern California Academy of Sciences. Volume 1 no. 1 appeared in July 1896. Previous to this, in 1895, the Southern California Science association issued a paper by Bernhard Baumgardt on "Tidal Evolution".

The Bulletin of the Academy was first published in 1902 as a monthly publication. This ambitious program was more than the members could handle and after four years, issues were reduced to one, two, or three each year. Publication has continued to the present time with three Bulletins issued each year. In addition a monograph series, Memoirs, was begun in 1938 with A Check List of the Macro Lepidoptera of Canada and the United States of America by Dr. J. McDunnough. These Memoirs are either longer manuscripts, a compilation of manuscripts on a particular subject, or manuscripts from a specific symposium.


Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences first appeared in Los Angeles in January of 1902. » Southern California Academy of Sciences


  • 1902. Mrs. M. Burton Williamson Catalogue of Indian Relics on Santa Catalina Island Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences I, 38; II. 60; III, 149, 1902


  • 1902 L. G. Yates Prehistoric California Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences l(7):81-86 July 1 and l(8):97-100, August 1 and l(9): 113-118 November 1, 1902


  • 1903 Hasse, Herman E. Contributions to the Lichen-flora of the Californian Coast Islands Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 2(2):23-26, February 1904


  • 1903 L. G. Yates Prehistoric Fauna of California Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 2(8):101, November and 2(9): plate XI [Santa Rosa Island fossil teeth and bones] December 1903


  • 1903 H. E. Hasse Contributions to the Lichen-flora of the Californian Coast Islands Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 2(2):23-26, February 1904


  • 1904. Trask, Blanche Flora of San Clemente Island Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 3(5):76-78, 1904


  • 1904. Trask, Blanche Flora of San Clemente Island II Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 3(6):90-95, 1904


  • 1904. Trask, Blanche Fossil Peak, Santa Catalina Island Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 3(8):140, 1904


  • 1905. Baker, C. F. Notes on the Flora and Fauna of Catalina Island Southern California Academy of Sciences 4:56-59, 1905


  • 1916. Alliot, H. Burial Methods of the Southern California Islanders Southern California Academy of Sciences Bulletin 15(1):11-15, 1916


  • 1917. Alliot, H. Prehistoric Use of Bitumen in Southern California Southern California Academy of Sciences Bulletin 12(2):41-44, 1917


  • 1917. Davidson, Anstruther Rhamnus Catalinae Davidson, sp. Southern California Academy of Sciences 15 (part 2):47, July 1917


  • 1931. Clokey, Ira W. Notes on the Flora of Santa Cruz Island Southern California Academy of Sciences Bulletin 30(Pt. 2):60-61, May-August 1931


  • 1932. Hoffmann, Ralph Notes on the Flora of the Channel Islands off Santa Barbara, California Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 31(1):46-60, Pt. 2, 1932 and 31(2):101-120, Pt. 3, 1932


  • 1936. Add Don Meadows


  • 1939. Comstock, J. A. Introductory note to contributions from the Los Angeles Museum-Channel Islands Biological Survey Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 38(3): 133-134, September-December 1939


  • 1939. Von Bloeker, Jack C. Contributions from the Los Angeles Museum Channel Islands Biological Survey. Five New Melolonthid Beetles; Annotated List of the Scarab Beetles of the Channel Islands. Southern California Academy of Sciences Bulletin 38 (Part 3):148-156, 1939


  • 1939. Von Bloeker, Jack C. A New Subspecies of White-footed Mouse from the Anacapa Islands, California in Southern California Academy of Sciences Bulletin 40:(161-162), 1941


  • 1940. Dunkle, M. B. Contributions from the Los Angeles Museum Channel Islands biological survey, number 26. Ferns of the Channel Islands Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 39(part 1):3-5, January-April 1940


  • 1940. Dunkle, M. B. Contributions from the Los Angeles Museum Channel Islands biological survey, number 26. Flora of the Channel Islands Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 39:133-134, 1940


  • 1942. Dunkle, M. B. Flora of the Channel Islands National Monument Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 41:125-137, 1942


  • 1945. Willett, George Remarks on some resident birds of the Santa Barbara Islands Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 44: (51-54), 1945
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[original in SCIF archives]


  • 1979. Johnson, Marion Fischel Gametogenesis and Embryonic Development in the Calcareous Sponges Clathrina coriacea and C. blanca from Santa Catalina Island, California Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 78(3):183-191 December 1979
[original in SCIF archives]


  • 1980. Powell, Jerry A. Five insects believed to be newly established or recolonized on Santa Cruz Island, California Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 79(3):97-108 December 1980
[original in SCIF archives]


  • 1986. Roth, Barry Notes on three European land mollusks introduced to California Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 85(1):22-28 April 1986
[original in SCIF archives]



Index to volumes 1-10:

  • Caves, San Clemente Island 91
  • Catalina Island 38, 41, 60
  • Catalina Island, Fossil Peak by Blanche Trask 140
  • Catalina Island, Indian relics. 150, 152
  • Catalogue of Indian Belies Found on Santa Catalina Island, etc., by Mrs. M. Burton Williamson, I, 38; II. 60; III, 149
  • Channel Islands 76
  • Flora of San Clemente Island, By Blanche Trask I. 76: II, 90
  • Graves, Catalina Island 41, 62, 63
  • Kjokkenmoddings 2 5
  • Schumacher, Paul, collections.... 41
  • Whitney's Place, Catalina Island. 151, 152
  • Williamson, Mrs. M. Burton (papers) 38, 60, 149
  • Yates, Dr. Lorenzo G. (papers) 6, 10, 25, 42
  • ISLANDS:
  • Anacapas 76
  • Channel 76
  • San Clemente 76
  • San Miguel 76
  • San Nicolas 76, 92, 94
  • Santa Barbara 77, 94
  • Santa Catalina 140
  • Santa Cruz 76, 91
  • Santa Rosa 76, 91
  • Isthmus, Catalina Island 41
  • Isthmus, graves 41, 62, 63