Papers from the WS Ranch Excavation The WS Ranch Project encompasses the work of the University of Texas Archaeological Field School in west-central New Mexico between 1977 and 1994. Participants got hands-on experience learning the principles of archaeological excavation while working on a site left behind by people from the Mogollon culture. This work resulted in a significant number of artifacts and scientific documentation that have never been available to the public. The Denver Museum of Nature & Science acquired the collection in 2017. Archivists, archaeologists, and collections managers are actively processing the papers and photos; we hope to finish that work in late 2019 or early 2020. The artifacts will arrive in Denver in 2021.