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Pp. 223-227. Very good condition.
Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs, 1940. xxi, 232 pages, 219 photographs, 41 drawings and plans, 1 map, 1 fold-out map. Edition limited to 750 copies. Water damage to lower 2" of front cover, causing discoloration and slight rippling; pages not affected.
Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs, 1940;: Rio Grande Press. Glorieta, 1962 (reprint). xxi, 232 pages, 219 photographs, 41 drawings and plans, 1 map, 1 fold-out map. Cloth cover, New, unopened copy.
Amon Carter Museum, Ft. Worth: 1964. 32 pages, 9 b/w and 2 color photographs--all full-page.
Santa Fe: 1956. 60 pages (unpaginated), 42 photographs, 6 drawings and plans.
Albuquerqu: 1999. xxii, 231 pages, 96 color photographs, 109 b/w photographs, 2 maps. The first study to examine the Rio Grande Hispanic weaving tradition from 1870 to the present . Cloth cover ed.
This printing: Museum of New Mexico: 1972. 40 pages, 27 photographs, 5 drawings. Very good condition.
Santa Fe: 1983. xii, 109 pages, 8 full-page color and 106 b/w photographs. Cloth cover.
Santa Fe: 1983. xii, 109 pages, 8 full-page color and 106 b/w photographs. Soft cover.
New York: 1986. 264 pages, approximately 450 b/w and color photographs of artifacts, furniture, houses and interiors. Cloth cover.
Chimayo: 1999. viii, 87 pages, 39 pages of color photographs of textiles woven at La Centinela in Chimayo, 22 b/w photographs, 1 map.
Santa Fe: 1987. IX, 81 pages, 24 full-page color photographs. Soft cover ed.
Taylor Museum: 1965. 103 pages, 32 full-page color photographs of retablos and bultos. Cloth cover. The Hispanic people of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado and the religious images that they painted (retablos) and carved (bultos), beginning in the 18th century, are the subject of this study. This was the.....
Albuquerque & Santa Fe: New Mexico Book League & The Lightning Tree, 1982. xxv, 222(2) pages. Linen and cloth cover, marbled end papers, in a cloth slipcase. As new. Edition limited to 500 numbered copies, of which this is number 102. Signed by eight individuals who were involved in the.....
Santa Fe: New Mexico Historical Foundation, 1978. 97 pages, 89 photographs, 9 drawings. New, unopened copy.
Albuquerque: 2001. xii, 192 pages, 70 color and 75 b/w photographs. Cloth cover, dust jacket. Unopened copy.
New York: 1916. xx, 245 pages of text containing 51 drawings by the author, plus 11 unnumbered leaves of drawings by the author, maps on end papers. Gilt decorated cloth cover with a photographic insert.
Santa Fe: 1996. (two volumes). Vol. I: xi, 171 pages, 574 color photographs. Vol. II: 113 pages, 164 color and b/w photographs. Decorated covers in a 10 1/2" x 11" hard board slipcase.
Albuquerque: 1991, 1993 (3rd printing—revised ed.). xii, 365 pages, approximately 125 photographs and drawings, 26 maps. Hard board cover. Apparently written for 15-18 year old students, this very good overview of New Mexican history discuss all aspects of this state from the time of the Spanish explorations to the present.....
Flagstaff: 199. 154 pages, 93 color and 41 b/w photographs.
Albuquerqu: 1995. xvi, 128 pages (text in English and Spanish), 98 color and 65 b/w photographs, 1 map.
Colorado Springs: 1969, 1976. 48 pages, 34 photographs.