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New York: Harry Abrams, 1993. 160 pages, 122 large color photographs (and 6 b/w photographs) of the artist's paintings, watercolors, sculptures, assemblages. Cloth cover with dust jacket ( 9 1/2" x 12"). Mint conditon.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropology Papers No. 71: 1992. xxxi 199 pages, 164 drawings, 13 charts, 3 maps. Cloth cover.
219 pages, 140 photographs and drawings. Stevens Point, 1993. Cloth cover ed.
Stockholm: 1943. Del I: 303 pages, 157 b/w photographs, 5 full-page color plates. Del. II: pp. 311-652, 154 b/w photographs, 1 full-page color plate. Cloth cover. Both volumes contain photographs of artifacts in collections of Swedish and Danish Museums from the Pacific, Australia, Africa, Arctic Regions the Americas, Southeast Asia.....
Museum of International Folk Art. Santa Fe: 1959. 52 pages, 6 color and 7 b/w photographs (by Elliot Parker and Laura Gilpin)--almost all full-page.
Santa Fe: 1974. 518 pages, 231 large b/w photographs, 40 full-page color photographs. Cloth cover.
Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe: 1946. 1st edition. vi, 139 pages, 24 full-page photographs of santos. Cloth cover with original dust jacket--both in fine condition. Merle Armitage was the designer of this volume. "...the first publication to devote its major content to the facts surrounding the primitive art of santo.....
Ethnographic Museum, Antwerp: 1992. 136 pages, 27 color and 102 b/w photographs, 7 drawings, 6 maps. Exhibition catalogue of "imitation" textiles, manufactured in Belgium and the Netherlands for export to Africa, Indonesia, and India, and based on textiles indigenous to tropical countries.
Melbourne: 1960. 176 pages, 8 pages of photographs. The story of the Australian Inland Mission operating at Innamincka, in the northeast corner of southern Australia. Cloth cover.
Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences, 1966. 58 pages (unpaginated), 16 tipped-in color photographs, 59 b/w photographs. Burlap over hard board cover, a few smudges on cover, otherwise fine condition.
Salt Lake City: 1988. xvii, 506 pages. Cloth cover. The enchanting memoirs of an archaelogoist (who, also, was Margaret Mead's first husband) who knows how to weave a wondrous story.
Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe: 2000. 140 pages, approximately 95 pages of color and b/w photographs , 2 pages of drawings, 1 map. An excellent, very handsomely illustrated overview of the basket-making traditions among all Southwest peoples dur-ing the 20th century.
Norman: 1992. xxi, 330 pages, 237 photographs, drawings, and plans, 12 maps, 2 tables. Cloth cover.
Zurich: Galerie Walu, 2004. 58 pages (text in German, English, and French), 48 full-page color photographs of sub-Saharan African masks and figures for which the color white--andits symbolism--becomes a conduit that leads to the understanding of the power of the object.
Portland: 1979. 392 pages, photographs of over 300 objects. Cloth cover with dust jacket, mint condition. Though most certainly'...not a complete account of the peoples of the Cameroon," it would be difficult to publish a volume more comprehensive than this. The complete catalogues of the Gebauer Collection of Cameroon Art.....
MEDALLION PAPERS, Nos. XXV, XXVI, XXX, XXXVIII: 1937, 1937, 1942, 1948. Two physical volumes: Vol. I and Vols. II-IV. Vol I: Material Culture. xviii, 305 pages of text containing 115 figures, plus 215 pages of photographs. Vol. II: Comparisons and Theories. xiv, 167 pages of text, plus 25 pages of.....
Flagsttaff: 1981. xvii, 87 pages, 43 color and 6 b/w reproductions of his drawings, 13 b/w and 2 color photographs. Cloth cover, with dust jacket, mint (10" x 13").
Basel: 1959. 32 pages, 27 photographs. Museum fur Volkerkunde.
Tulsa: Philbrook Art Center, n.d. (ca.1965-70). 4 full-page photographs, 1 map.