Dresden Museum fur Volkerkunde. BAND 24, 1965: 181 pages of text plus 32 pages of photographs and 2 pages of drawings. BAND 25, 1965: 272 pages of text plus 92 pages of photographs, 11 pages of drawings, and 9 pages of maps. There are a number of important papers in...
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181 pages of text plus 32 pages of photographs and 2 pages of drawings. This very important journal from the Dresden Museum fur Volkerkunde contains a number of important illustrated papers. The titles of some of the papers (in English, though the papers are in German) are: "Ancient Eskimo Implements...
272 pages of text plus 92 pages of photographs, 11 pages of drawings, and 9 pages of maps. There are a number of important papers in this volume.
iv, 290 pages. There are 6 papers, moderately illustrated with photographs and drawings. Among them are papers dealing with the customs, rituals, and material culture of peoples from South-east India, northern Chile, the north coast of New Guinea, and Benin.
Cloth cover. 717 pages. There are 51 papers, written in honor the museum's director from 1957-1972, Dr. Siegfried Wolf. The papers are moderately illustrated with photographs and drawings. The papers, dealing with the customs, rituals, and material culture of various peoples, are divided into four groups: Africa, America/Arctic, Asia, Australia/Oceania.
Cloth cover. 253 pages. There are 18 papers, heavily illustrated with photographs and drawings. The papers were presented at the Historical Society in the former East Germany, and the bulk of them deal with the problems of ethnology in "non-capitalist" cultures.
Cloth cover. 238 pages. There are 9 papers, lightly illustrated. Among them are papers dealing with the west Greenland Eskimos, Indian ethnography, and the Senufo.
Cloth cover. There are 8 papers, heavily illustrated with photographs and drawings. Among them are papers dealing with the customs, ritual and material culture of the Nunivak Eskimo, Chama tribes (eastern Peru), and western Amazonian peoples.
38 physical volumes.
January, 1968. Vol. 73, No. 1, January, 1968; Vol. 72, No. 3, July, 1968; Vol. 72, No. 4, October, 1968; Vol. 73, No. 1, January, 1968; Vol. 73, No. 2, April, 1969; Vol. 76, No. 3, July, 1972; Vol. 77, No. 1, January, 1973; Vol. 77. No. 2, April, 1973;...
(For the Years Ending June 30, 1905-1943) These Annual Reports deal with the, "...progress and condition of the United States National Museum" (the Smithsonian). Specific sections in each Report are devoted to detailed reports on the collections (Anthropology, Biology, Geology, Arts and Industries) and to the National Gallery of Art...
Volumes for 1906, 1907, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922.
Paris: Musee de l'Homme, 1967. 180 pages, 158 photographs--many full-page. Sixty-six painters and sculptors of international renown--all collectors of primitive art--selected the finest objects from their own collections for a dazzling 1967 exhibition at the Musee de l'Homme. This out of print catalogue of that exhibition has great photographs of...
40 pages (4 papers on: a Maya figurine, a burial pot from Kenya, a Peruvian textile, a Southern Cheyenne shield), 30 photographs, 1 drawing, 2 maps.
This volume is devoted to the museum's educational exhibitions.
53 pages, 52 photographs. This volume deals with the museum's exhibitions.
Includes papers on Middle Eastern archaeology and South American ethnology.
32 pages, 10 pages of photographs. Three illustrated papers in this volume are Eskimo Dug-outs, Three Inca Wood Cups, and Maori War Canoe Ornaments.
30 pages, 20 photographs. Includes articles on Middle Eastern and pre-Columbian art and digs.
35 pages, 19 photographs. Includes articles on pre-Columbian and Oriental art.
London: Musee de l'Homme, 1934. xxxii, 339 pages.
Museum of Ethnology, Lisbon: 1985. 25 pages (unpaginated) of text plus approximately 220 pages of drawings of early 20th century rural Portugese structures, carved furniture, hand-made household and kitchen implements, tools, craft objects, farm implements, and design elements, 1 photograph.
Berkeley: 1936, 1966 (reprint). xxiii, 431 pages, 5 pages of photographs, 10 figures, 2 maps.Cloth cover.
This quarterly provides a bibliographic review for all worldwide, recently published books, journals and papers on the tribal arts, and is broken down into sections on general tribal, Africa, Oceania, North America, and South America. Volumes 1-4 were entitled "Tribal Arts Review". The name changed, and volumes 7 through 13...