New York: 1975. 50 pages, 60 photographs. Cloth cover. (written for 8-14 year olds).
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1949. 175 pages, 145 drawings and 37 photographs of objects of material culture. Later cloth cover.
Art Center in La Jolla: 1962. 28 pages, 22 photographs.
Seattle: 1962. 101 pages, 102 b/w and 3 color photographs, 2 maps.
Portland Art Museum, 1966. 284 pages, 74 b/w and 10 large color photographs of objects in the Rasmussen collection, particularly Tlingit. Soft cover edition.
Portland Art Museum, 1966. 284 pages, 74 b/w and 10 large color photographs of objects in the Rasmussen collection, particularly Tlingit. Cloth cover.
Seattle: 1980. 160 pages, 101 b/w and 5 color photographs, 28 drawings. Cloth cover.
Hamburg: 1979. 292 pages, 280 b/w and 16 color photographs. What probably was the most important exhibition of Northwest Coast art ever to be mounted on the European continent was held in 1979 in Hamburg. Many objects, previously unpublished, were drawn from museums throughout Europe and from a number of.....
Seattle: 1965, 1993. 133 pages, 54 line drawings, 44 photographs, 3 tables. For the first time, a genuinely analytical study and examination of the basic elements that characterize Northwest Coast art has been assembled in one volume. Fine photographs and drawings illustrate this splendid aesthetic analysis by one of the.....
Seattle: 1987. 253 pages, 98 full-page color photographs, 19 b/w photographs, 2 drawings, 1 map. Cloth cover. The Thomas Burke Memorial Museum is the repository of the fifth largest collection of Northwest Coast art in the United States. In celebration of its centennial, the museum published this catalogue of 100.....
Seattle: 1983. 184pages, 185 large b/w photographs and 21 full-page and half-page color photographs. Cloth cover. The patriarch of 20th century Blunden Harbour artists, the prolific, brilliant Kwakiutl carver, Willie Seaweed, was given a posthumus showing at the Thomas Burke Memorial Museum of 120 examples of his work garnered from.....
Institute for the Arts, Rice University: 1975. 265 pages, 138 b/w and 50 color photographs. Brilliant. Witty. Dazzling. Wonderful. This dialogue between Mesrs. Holm and Reid, in which they observe, disect, discuss, ponder, and philosophize about 102 objects (magnificently photographed), makes these beautiful, vital pieces even more wondrous. The spontaneity.....
Berkeley: 1950. 243 pages, 279 photographs. Cloth cover.
Berkeley: 1947, 1950, 1978. 243 pages, 279 b/w and 6 color photographs--all large, many full-page. Long regarded as one of the "classic" publications on Northwest Coast art, this volume, when published, was the most complete study on the art of this region to have been published in twenty years. The.....
Vancouver and Seattle: 1992. xi, 175 pages, 127 photographs. Cloth cover.
Surrey: 1982. 182 pages, 30 b/w and 9 color photographs, 2 drawings.
Seattle: 1986. xiii, 188 pages of text, plus 50 additional pages that contain 45 pages of photographs, 3 pages of drawings, and I map. Cloth cover ed.
New York: 1981. 48 pages, 16 large photographs, 4 tables. This American Museum of Natural History publication may be the only one to deal with carved halibut hooks. The interesting and well-written text provides a good deal of previously unavailable information on these spiritually powerful carvings; the large photographs illustrate.....
New York: 1988. 269 pages, 97 color and 88 b/w photographs--mostly full-page and half-page, 2 maps. Cloth cover.
New York: 1988, 1994 (3rd printing). 269 pages, 97 color and 88 b/w photographs--mostly full-page and half-page, 2 maps. Soft cover.
New York: 1988. 269 pages, 97 color and 88 b/w photographs--mostly full-page and half-page, 2 maps. Soft cover.
New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1991. 300 pages, 132 large--mostly full-page--color photographs, 86 b/w photographs--of 19th and 20th century Kwakiutl art in the museum's collections. Cloth cover.
Seattle: 1999. xiv, 233 pages, 109 photographs, principally of carved figures and whales that had been acquired in 1905 from a Nootka shrine (the shrine itself, was also acquired) on the remote west coast of Vancouver Island for the American Museum of Natural History, 3 maps. Cloth cover.