Toronto: 1973. 215 pages, 318 b/w and 8 color photographs, 2 color centerfolds.
Eskimo, Siberian and Arctic Art
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1968. 89 pages--five papers dealing with Eskimo culture.
1977. 67 pages--four papers on Eskimo culture and one heavily illustrated paper on Kwakiutl potlatches.
1960. 61 pages--three papers dealing with Eskimo culture.
Museum fur Volkerkunde, Vienna: n.d. 48 pages, 30 photographs.
Museum of Anthropology. Moscow (?): 1967. 262 pages--papers dealing with the shelter, rituals, masks and carved figures of Arctic peoples, 54 b/w photographs and drawings, 1 color plate. Cloth cover.
Moscow, 1zd. Navka: 1976. 92 pages, 11 photographs, 2 fold-out maps.
Stuttgart, 1964: University of Alaska Press, 1969. xii, 226 pages, 69 illustrations, including photographs and drawings of several hundred artifacts. Cloth cover. Fine condition.
Toronto: 1928. xii, 253 pages of text, plus 12 leaves of four-color engravings by five Canadian artists. Due to a binder's error, this copy lacks the engraving opposite p. 82. Cloth cover.
Tomsk: 1976. 58 pages.
Juneau: Alaska State Museums, 1991. 174 pages, 30 pages of color photographs, 85 b/w photographs, 67 drawings, 1 map.
Winnipeg: 1978. 246 pages, 169 b/w and 14 color photographs. The shamanistic subjects in contemporary Eskimo art were viewed and analyzed by examining Shamanistic art from non-contemporary Eskimo cultures in a dazzling Winnipeg Art Gallery exhibition. This lovely, comprehensive catalogue of that exhibit juxtaposes contemporary and non-contemporary objects in a......
Toronto: 1985. 252 pages. 160 full-page color and b/w illustrations, 47 color and b/w photographs, 1 map. Cloth cover.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Bulletin, Vol. XV, Part 1: 1901,1960 reprint. 370 pages (some uncut). 172 drawings of artifacts, 3 full-page photographs.
University Museum, Monograph 38: 1979. xiii, 133 pages, 9 pages of photographs, 28 figures, 3 maps.
Oxford: 1978. 145 pages, 91 illustrations--principally photographs of several hundred objects, mostly carved, 6 maps. This book from the Pitt Rivers Museum deals with artifacts collected in Kotzebue Sound in 1926-27. The vast array of objects demonstrates the astonishing ingenuity of Eskimo technology. Included is an analysis of the objects.....
Montreal: 1974. 224 pages, 62 pages of color and 71 pages of b/w photographs, 2 maps. Cloth cover.
Norman: 1988. 128 pages, 120 large color photographs--many full-page, 2 maps. Cloth cover.
Houston Museum of Fine Arts: 1969. 29 pages, 21 pages of photographs, 1 map.
MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, Indian Notes and Monographs, 1920. 22 pages of text containing 1 drawing, plus 11 leaves of photographs.
Smithsonian Institution: 1995. 112 pages, 16 color and 117 b/w photographs of artifacts drawn from local museums in Russia, Canada, and Alaska. Diminutive examples of native arts and artifacts from both sides of the Bering Strait, drawn from the collections of local museums in Russia, Canada and Alaska, were displayed.....
Ottawa: Canadian National Museum of Man and the Royal Scottish Museum, 1974. 208 pages, 268 b/w and 16 color photographs--all large--and 2 maps.
National Museum of Man, Paper No. 18. Ottawa: 1974. 65 pages, 9 pages of photographs.