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Los Angeles: 1993. 229 pages, 167 color photographs, 82 b/w photographs and drawings, 2 maps. Cloth cover ed.
Norman: 1981. 256 pages, 193 b/w and 16 color illustrations, 23 charts. Cloth cover. In this volume, for the first time in any language, is a comprehensive description and analysis of the clothing of the people of pre-Hispanic Mesoamerica.The author has examined the indigenous pricture books of Middle America, the...
Mexico: 1962. Pp 149-183, 12 large photographs and drawings, 1 fold-out chart.
Culver City: 1967, 1989 (2nd ed.). Volume II: In a hinged hard board box, there are 13 fold-out maps.
Univ. Oregon Summer Field Research Project, 1969: Culver City, 1984. 2 volumes. Vol. I: xlii, 149 pages, approximately 75 pages of photographs, drawings, plans, and maps. Vol. II: 7 fold-out maps, unbound in a folio.
Mexico City: 1966. (I.N.A.H.). 48 pages, 13 pages of photographs and 11 pages of drawings.
304 pages. Buenos Aires, 1968. Inscribed by the author to a fellow anthropologist.
Instituto de Investigaciones Historicas Serie Antropologica, Numero 21. Mexico City: 1967. 81 pages, 12 figures. 1000 copies printed.
New York: Andre Emmerich Gallery, 1957. 48 pages, 4 full-page color photographs and 27 b/w photographs--mostly full-page, 1 map. Faded hard board cover.
Basel: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1972. 44 pages, 14 full-page photographs.
NEW WORLD ARCHAEOLOGICAL FOUNDATION PAPERS. No. 43, 1980. Brigham Young University. 132 pages, 60 full-page photographs, 1 map, 1 fold-out map, 1 chart.
Beverly Hills: 1986. 124 pages, 284 color photographs and a price list for all objects in the catalogue. Cloth cover.
San Francisco: 1993. 109 pages, 98 color photographs of contemporary wood carvings created by famed Oaxacan artisans. Soft cover ed.
San Francisco: 1993. 109 pages, 98 color photographs of contemporary wood carvings created by famed Oaxacan artisans. Cloth cover ed.
Madrid: 1982. 51 pages of text and 10 pages of storage pockets containing 60 color slides of pre-classic, middle-preclassic, classic and post-classic period artifacts and sites in Teotihuacan, Xochicalco, and Tula. Cloth cover.
INAH, Colleccion Cientificas 53. Mexico City: 1977, 1981. 133 pages, 12 pages of photographs, 8 pages of maps.