Tulsa: Philbrook Art Center, 1958. 56 pages, 80 photographs.
North American Indian Art
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Phoenix: 1971 thru 1976. THE CHOCTAW PEOPLE; THE CREEK PEOPLE; THE FLORIDA SEMINOLE PEOPLE; THE KAW PEOPLE; THE MESCALERO APACHE EOPLE; THE OTOE-MISSOURIA PEOPLE; THE PAIUTE PEOPLE; THE PONCA PEOPLE; THE POTAWATOMI PEOPLE (CITIZEN BAND) PEOPLE; THE SIOUX PEOPLE; THE WICHITA PEOPLE. Each volume in this series is signed by.....
Davis: University of California, 1976. 44 pages, 8 photographs.
Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, Inc., New York: 1931. Part I: J. SLOAN, O. LA FARGE. 59 pages, 22 b/w and 9 color half-page and full-page photographs. Spine reinforced with binder's clear book tape, otherwise very good +. Among the scarcest American Indian art exhibition publications in this volume (part.....
Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, Inc., New York: 1931. Part I: J. SLOAN, O. LA FARGE. 59 pages, 22 b/w and 9 color half-page and full-page photographs. Upper right hand corner of front wrapper has ben cut off, and is repaired with clear book binder's tape; the spine and edges.....
1930; 1965 (reprint). Vol. 43, 448 pages; 10 papers, of which 5 deal with the North American Indian. The authors are Parsons Zuni Tales, Benedict, Stephen, Walton, and Beckwith.
St. Petersburg: 1892. 13, xiii, 440, 94 (index), 3 pages. Later green cloth cover. First edition in Russian. The California Civil Code of 1873 translated into Russian for the use of the Commission for Establishing the Civil Code, title page reduced and mounted on stiff paper, else a fine copy.....
Berkeley: 1950. iii, 86 pages (6 papers), 1 photograph, 2 maps.
St. Michaels: 19___. 13 pages, 4 b/w drawings. St Michaels Press printed ___ copies of a color poster that contained ___ wonderful ___ Navaho masks. This Navaho masks booklet that accompanied the publication of Fr. Haile's seminal volume, ____. These booklets were published to be presented to all purchasers of.....
Nos. 5&6, 1968. 48 pages.
Los Angeles: Southwest Museum. Pp. 45-89. Fine condition.
Los Angeles: Southwest Museum. Pp. 52-92. Fine condition.
Los Angeles: Southwest Museum. Pp. 131-168. Fine condition.
Los Angeles: Southwest Museum. Pp. 96-127. Fine condition.
1983. 160 pages (7 papers).
1971. vi, 66 pages, 27 figures.
Vol. II, Nos. 3&4, 1949. 72 pages, 24 pages of photographs and drawings; Vol. 4, No. 1, 1938.11 pages, 4 pages of illustrations; Vol. 28, 1966. 107 pages, many illustrations; Vol. 29, 1967, 128 pages, many illustrations; Vol. 31, 1969, 120 pages, many illustrations. 5 volumes.
Santa Fe: 1992. 64 pages, 64 pages of photographs.
1976. Contains 3 papers on New York archaeology. Pp. 98-125, 19 photographs and drawings, 2 maps, and 1 double-page map.
32 pages. Papers and photographs on and photographs of analysis of Indian artifacts and Indian fashions.
September, 1921 (2nd ed.).
1923 (3rd printing).
Pp. 167-253 (some uncut), 30 photographs of artifacts. Includes 15 papers dealing with artifacts from many areas of Native America.
Pp. 357-469, 21 photographs and drawings, principally of artifacts. Includes 8 papers dealing with artifacts. Includes "The Scene of the Purchase of Manhattan Island, 1620", by R.P. Bolton.