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Leipzig: 1870, 1872. (a) xxiv, 230 pages. (b) xxii, 829 pages. Later cloth cover, gilt titles. This is part of the six volume series, Antropologie der Naturvolker, of which this work is Volume 5, Part 2, and Volume 6. Taylor, p. 61; Catalog of the South Pacific Collection, University of California, Santa Cruz, p. 417.
Hamburg: L.Friederischsen & Co., 1911. xvi, 307 pages, numerous b/w and color (tipped-in) drawings of artifacts, design elements, structures and indigenous peoples, loose folding map in rear pocket. 3/4 decorated cloth cover, leather spine, slightly worn at joints. Very tight copy, overall very good-fine condition. Hanson 4706, "...a research trip...
Chicago: 1998. ix, 306 pages, 190 photographs, 4 maps. Cloth cover. The only book-length study devoted to the photographic aspects of the work of the groundbreaking anthropologist, Bronislaw Malinowski, this volume links a series of photo-essays based on Trobriand institutions--and cultural themes. The photographs, all previously unpublished, were taken between 1915 and 1918.