North American Indian Art
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120 pages, 475 photographs and prices of pottery, kachinas, weavings, baskets, and carved figures.
Los Angeles: 1973. 32 pages, 12 color photographs and 27 b/w photographs of 58 objects. The objects in this 1973 Otis Art Institute exhibition catalogue were all from the collection of the 49 Steps Gallery, and all were for sale at the gallery. The objects were of fine quality--many quite.....
Los Angeles: UCLA, n.d. 16 pages, 7 large photographs.
1979. 34 pages. This issue deals with Columbia River, Yakima, and Klickitat baskets. The only publication of its kind, this most needed magazine has already made a significant contribution to the body of knowledge available on American Indian basketry, particularly Northwest Coast and Eskimo. The quality of the articles is.....
1980. 34 pages. This issue deals with the twined basketry of Western Washington and Vancouver Island. (part 1).
1981. 34 pages. This issue is part 2 of the above topic.
1982. 14 pages. A general issue on Indian basketry.
1982. 34 pages. This issue deals with Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut basketry of Alaska.
1982. 16 pages. This issue deals with Pima basketry and collecting Indian basketry in Seattle in the 1900s.
1982. 35 pages. This issue deals with Yosemite Miwok/Paiute basketry.
1983. 19 pages.
1983. 19 pages. This issue deals with Papago, Pomo, and Ojibwa basketry.
1983. 35 pages. This issue deals with Washoe basketry.
1984. 35 pages. This issue deals with values an aesthetics of Indian basketry, beadwork, and carvings.
Flint: 1975. 152 pages. 181 b/w and 28 color photographs. This catalogue is from a fascinating exhibit that traveled to five museums. Assembled from over ninety museum and private collections, the two hundred objects illustrated all have an American flag as part of their design motifs, and include virtually every.....
Published by the International Society of Archaeologists. Pp. 58-89 (12 brief papers dealing with American Indian archaeology and artifacts), containing 6 pages of photographs and drawings, plus 8 pages of fascinating advertisements offering to buy and sell a wide variety of Indian artifacts.