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Nigerian Museum, Lagos: 1955. 28 pages, 13 b/w and 4 color photographs--all full-page.
Tervuren: Musee Royal de l'Afrique Centrale, 1967. 24 loose board pages of text, drawings and maps in a folio.
Munich: Jahn Gallery, 1979. 28 pages, 20 full-page photographs of 18 objects.
Frankfurt Museum fur Volkerkunde: 1975. 147 pages, 141 illustrations of artifacts.
1968. 52 pages, 6 papers.
1971. 83 pages, 5 papers.
New York: Rolin Gallery, 1979. 32 pages, 38 photographs. This catalogue of the first gallery exhibtion in the U.S. devoted to Luba Hemna, features several major ancestor figures . In addition there are: masks, staffs, small figures, stools, and cup-bearers. Excellent photographs of representative examples.
Federal Department of Antiquities Nigeria. 1965. In the pocket of a 7"x10" folio is a 13 1/2" x 18" map, folded in quarters. Fine condition.
Brussels: 1994 (?). 128 pages, 74 large color photographs of sub-Saharan objects in the Museum's collections, 45 large photographs of natural history specimens and dioramas in the collection, and 32 large color photographs of folkart, fine art, archival studies, and structural studies in the collection, 6 maps. Cloth cover. Mint.....
Pages 332-448. Rear wrapper missing.
There are 3 papers in this journal: (1) Iron Smelting in Northern Ghana, (2) Pottery in Upper Region, and (3) A Preliminary Investigation into the Du-Legba Cult of the Volta Region Ewe. 63 pages, 36 photographs, 2 maps.
Museum Fur Volkerkunde. Basel: 1954. 12 pages, 2 figures.
1988. 72 pages. Included in this volume is a paper that deals with a symposium on Nigerian arts and crafts.
Duluth: Tweed Museum of Art, Oct. 22--Nov. 18, 1975. 8 pages, 3 photographs.
Hiver: 1966. Included are two illustrated papers dealing with Zaghawa (Chad) dances and dancers, and the serpent as a symbol in Dahomean art.
Included are illustrated papers dealing with the art, material culture, and peoples of Senegal and Guinea.