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Archaeological Chemistry Symposia

Information on the symposia volumes is found HERE.
In the Table, below, the ACS Advances in Chemistry series is abbreviated Adv. Chem., with the series volume number and the ACS Symposium Series is abbreviated ACS Symp. Vol., with the series volume number.

Number Organizer(s) ACS Meeting Publisher Year Published
First Earle R. Caley 117th
Philadelphia, PA
April 18, 1950
J. Chem. Education
1951, 28(2), 63-96
multiple articles
1951
Second Martin Levey 130th
Atlantic City, NJ
September 20, 1956
not published
Third Martin Levey 142nd
Atlantic City, NJ
September 12-13, 1962
Univ. Penn. Press 1967
Fourth Robert H. Brill 156th
Atlantic City, NJ
September 9-11, 1968
MIT Press 1971
Fifth Curt W. Beck 165th
Dallas, TX
April 9-10, 1973
ACS
Adv. Chem 138
1974
Sixth Giles F. Carter 174th
Chicago, IL
August 31-September 1, 1977
ACS
Adv. Chem. 171
1978
Seventh Joseph B. Lambert 184th
Kansas City, MO
September 14-15, 1982
ACS
Adv. Chem. 205
1984
Eighth Ralph O. Allen 193rd
Denver, CO
April 7-9, 1987
ACS
Adv. Chem. 220
1989
Ninth Mary Virginia Orna 209th
Anaheim, CA
April 2-5, 1995
ACS
Symp. Vol. 625
1996
Tenth Kathryn A. Jakes 222nd
Chicago, IL
August 26-27, 2001
ACS
Symp. Vol. 831
2002
Eleventh Michael D. Glascock 231st
Atlanta, GA
March 26-27, 2006
ACS
Symp. Vol. 968
2007
Twelfth Ruth Ann Armitage
and
James H. Burton
245th
New Orleans, LA
April 8-9, 2013
ACS
Symp. Vol. 1147
2013
Thirteenth Mary Virginia Orna
and
Seth C. Rasmussen
257th
Orlando, FL
March 31-April 1, 2019
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