Baden-Baden, 1962; New York: 1964. 250 pages, 63 full-page color photographs, 94 drawings, 5 maps. Cloth cover.
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Baden-Baden: 1961. 263 pages, 63 full-page, tipped in, color photographs, 94 drawings, 5 maps. Cloth cover, in a slipcase. Art of the World.
Auckland Institute and Museum, 1981. 36 pages, 17 pages of b/w and 2 pages of color photographs, 1 map.
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.
Honolulu: East West Center Book, 1975. xxii, 528 pages, 17 figures, 172 tables, 21 maps and maps on end papers. Cloth cover, mint condition.
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: 1997. 174 pages. 120 color and 12 b/w photographs, 1 map. One of the major ceremonial cycles and painting traditions in Arn-hem hand is the ancestral event that involves the clan of the two sisters of the Wagilag. This story of the creation of the...
New York: 1993. 216 pages, 31 color and 154 b/w photographs, 2 maps.
Los Angeles: 1981. 272 pages, 263 b/w and 20 color photographs, 5 full-page maps. Soft cover. The first comprehensive show ever of Philippines art visited four U.S. museums in 1981 and 1982. This catalogue spans the entire spectrum of non-western Filipino visual arts: Pre-historic period, Spanish colonial period, and the...
Paris, 1930: Bangkok, 1995 (reprint). 351 pages of text containing 27 small photographs and drawings and 1 fold-out map, plus 114 pages of photographs. Gilt decorated cloth cover in a board and cloth slipcase (9"x12"). Chauvet's masterwork, his monumental volume on the art of New Guinea, has been out of...
Field Museum Anthropological Series, Vol. XIV, No. 2, 1922. Pp. 227-403 (containing 26 figures), plus 83 pages of photographs,1 map. Later cloth cover. Mint condiiton. This long out of print Field Museum study deals with the Tinguian, a tribe who numbered about 20,000 at the time this was published, and...
Chicago. 1927. Proceedings of the Second Conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Honolulu; 1931. Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Hangchow and Shanghai, China; 1936. Aims and Results of Social and Economic Policies in Pacific Countries. Proceedings of the Sixth Conference of the Institute...
London: 1992. 192 pages, 105 color and 55 b/w photographs, 5 maps.
Tweede Reeks, DL. LIX, No. 2, Maart, 1942(a) and No. 3, Mei, 1942(b). (a) Pp. 145-296, (b) Pp. 297-480.Included in these two journals is the two part paper "Bijdrage to de Kennis van her Manggaraische volk" (West Flores), with 20 photographs and 1 map.
Peabody Museum Papers, Vol. XX. Cambridge: 1943. xiv, 230 pages, 20 photographs, 7 figures, 10 maps. Later cloth and hard board covers over original wrappers.
Honolulu: 1988 (revised ed.). xxvi, 213 pages, 215 photographs, 16 drawings, 1 map. Cloth cover. The aesthetically powerful, ancient Hawaiian sculpture consisted of carved wood figures linked closely with Polynesian religious traditions. 150 of these rare figures are presented, discussed, and analyzed in this volume, the first intensive study of the Hawaiian sculpture tradition.