46 pages. Indians of the Northwest; 36 pages, 27 illustrations. A Visit to the Otoe Indians; 7 pages, 6 illustrations.
General Books on Tribal Art
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University of Pennsylvania. June, 1921.
University of Pennsylvania. March, 1929.
University of Pennsylvania. Includes "A Maori Feeding-Funnel."
University of Pennsylvania. Includes "Tibetan Sacred Art."
University of Pennsylvania. Includes "My Northland Revisited," "A Voodoo Drum," and "Amazon Expedition."
University of Pennsylvania. Includes "Dutch Guiana Pottery."
New York: Museum of Primitive Art. Special offprint of Art News, January 1968 on the occasion of the twelfth anniversary of the museum. 24 pages, 28 b/w and 10 color photographs.
Copenhagen: 1958, 1959. OLDTIDEN. 120 pages 36 pages of photographs, 22 smaller photographs--all of ancient and later Danish artifacts in the collection of the Danish National Msuem. ASIATISKE KULTURFOLK. 103 pages, 30 photographs of Asian objects. POLARFOLK OG INDIANERE. 112 pages, 28 pages of mostly full-page photographs of Arctic, Eskimo and Indian objects.
Tome XIV-Fasc 3, 1974. Includes illustrated papers dealing with Afghanistan weavings and Thai objects.
Tome XV-Fasc. 1, 1975. Includes illustrated papers dealing with turquoise in Iran, Cambodian rites, Afghanistani tobacco containers and gourds, Siberian shamamic drums, objects use in betel nut usage in Asia and Ladakh.
Hiver, 1971. Includes illustrated papers dealing with Cambodian ritual objects and Dogon heddle pulleys.
Included are illustrated papers dealing with West Senegal material culture, the African collection of the congregation of Peres du Saint-Esprit, objects from Assam, objects from Madagascar, an objects from Beloutchistan.
Sint-Niklaas: 1979. 36 pages, 26 full-page photographs.
New York: Parke-Bernet, June 13, 1969. 48 pages, 408 lots auctioned (101 African, 9 Oceanic, 28 Indian & Eskimo, 165 pre-Columbian, 105 Antiquities). Price list included.
New York: Museum of Primitive Art, 1960. 32 pages, 31 photographs of the second private collection exhibited at the Museum of Primitive Art. Cloth cover. Signed by Raymond Wielgus.
JINGHPAW KINSHIP TERMINOLOGY. E.R. LEACH. Pp. 59-72. 1945. Inscribed by author on cover. THE STRUCTURAL IMPLICATIONS OF MATRILATERAL CROSS-COUSIN MARRIAGE. E.R. LEACH. pp. 23-55. 1952. Insribed by author on cover. SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE. Presidential Address. R. Firth. 20 pages. Inscribed by author on 1st page. four volumes.