BAESLER-ARCHIV, Band II
Leipzig and Berlin, 1912: New York, 1968 (reprint). 284 pages, 296 photographs and drawings. Cloth cover. Item #9170
Each of the papers in this publication deals with the art and material culture of primitive peoples. Considered to be the most important primitive art volume in the Baessler-Archiv series, this volume contains ten papers, among which are The Art of the Karaja Indians by F. Krause, The Relationship between the Ethnography of the Eskimos of Greenland and those of Hudson Bay, by W. Thalbitzer, The Bana and its Inhabitants, by M. Girschner, Austro Island Canoes, Cult and War Symbol, by W. Muller-Wismar, and The Children's Toys of the Pangwe, by G.Tessman. The texts are in German; the illustrations are abundant.