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...
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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.
Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art, n.d. (circa 1970). 24 pages, 21 water-color renderings of santos, bultos, et.al. from the Index of American Design.
Colorado Springs: Taylor Museum, 1967. 63 pages, 16 color illustrations, hard board cover.
Colorado Springs: Taylor Museum, 1970. 68 pages, 30 full-page photographs. Very good--fine condition.
Colorado Springs: Taylor Museum, 1968. 39 pages, 12 pages of photographs. Very good--fine condition.
Albuquerque: Univ New Mexico Press, 1986. viii, 185 pages, 109 photographs, 8 pages of drawings and plans, 1 map. Very good condition.
Albuquerque, 1974: Santa Fe, 1982. viii, 220 pages, 28 full-page photographs.
Albuquerqu: 1997. 91 pages, 49 color and 19 b/w photographs of approximately 125 works carved by New Mexican santeros in the 18th-20th centuries and now in the Regis University collection. Cloth cover ed.
Albuquerqu: 1997. 91 pages, 49 color and 19 b/w photographs of approximately 125 works carved by New Mexican santeros in the 18th-20th centuries and now in the Regis University collection. Soft cover ed.
Albuquerque: LPD Press, 1997. 36 pages (biographies of 17 contemporary santeros), 27 color photographs; 17 b/w photographs, 1 drawing. Fine condition.
Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego: 1976. 144 pages (the text, containing ten papers, is in English and Spanish), 165 photographs--mainly of bultos, retablos, and textiles. Over three decades ago the San Diego Fine Arts Society presented an exhibition of religious figures done by Hispanic artists who lived in New...
Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe: 1984. xviii, 206 pages. Cloth cover. A must volume for any serious library on New Mexico, dealing with this relatively unknown period of New Mexican history.
Santa Fe: 1983. 413 pages. 21 papers, 2 biographical sketches and a bibliography. Approximately 250 photographs and 35 drawings and maps. Cloth cover.
Santa Fe: Ancient City Press, n.d. (probably 1983). Pp. 15-28, 7 photographs. Mint condition. Laid in is a card from the author with a handwritten sentiment (but unsigned).
Albuquerque: Univ New Mexico Press, 1988. xiv, 523 pages, approximately 200 photographs (mostly archival), numerous maps Fine condition.
Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe: 1979 (1st ed.). 224 pages, 73 color and 74 b/w photographs, 8 drawings, 3 maps.
Denver: Sage Books, 1947. 32 pages, 6 full-page drawings. Very good-fine condition.
Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs, 1943;: Hacker Art Books, 1946 (reprint). 49 pages, followed by 142 unpaginated pages. 64 full-page photographs. Cloth cover. New and unopened copy.
Colorado Springs: Taylor Museum. 12 pages, 8 full-page and half-page photographs of bultos in the museum's collections. Very good condition, faint ink stamp of renowned Africanist, Arnold Rubin, on cover.
Milwaukee: 1941. vii, 136 pages, 76 photographs, 60 large, scale plans of Spanish Colonial furniture construction and design. Cloth cover, spine sunned and slightly worn.