Fieldiana, Anthropology, New Series, No. 8: 1985. vi, 67 pages, 43 pages of photographs of the Field Museum's collection of ethnographic material from the peoples of northern Sakhalin Island (in North eastern Siberia), 5 pages of drawings, 1 map.
Eskimo, Siberian and Arctic Art
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Fieldiana Vol. 63, No. 2: 1972. 50 pages, photographs of 92 objects. 9 for re-add.
Helsinki: National Museum of Finland, 1990. 336 pages, 179 color and 402 b/w photographs, 4 drawings 11 maps. Hard board cover. A magnificent collection of Alaskan ethnographic material acquired in the first half of the 19th century by Adolf Etholen, a Finn who was an administrator in the Russian-American Co....
offprint, yearbook, Bern Historical Museum, 49 and 50, 1969 and 1970. Pp. 383-427, 30 photographs and drawings.
New York: Daedalus Ancient Art, 1992. 58 pages, 23 pages of color photographs, 1 map. Edition limited to 1000 copies. A 1992 exhibition at New York's Daedalus Ancient Art featured some extraordinary ivory figures and objects from several cultures: Old Bering Sea I, II, and III, Punuk, and Thule. Thirty-six...
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Papers, Vol. XXXI, Part III: 1929. Pp. 219-238 (some uncut). 5 photographs, 1 page of drawings.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Papers, Vol. XXXI, Part IV: 1930. Pp. 239-279 (some uncut), 25 figures, including 13 photographs of more than 100 artifacts.
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1991. 175 pages (text in English and French) 167 photographs, 3 drawings.
National Museum of Canada, Mercury Series No. 2: 1972. 98 pages, 3 pages of photographs, 3 figures.
Natl. Mus. of Canada, Mercury Series No. 29, 1975. iv, 189 pages, 6 photographs, 6 figures, 22 tables.
San Francisco: California Academy of Sciences, 1990. 49 pages, 29 half-page or larger photographs of Eskimo paintings in the collection.