Boston: 1970. Two volumes. 18,900 cards, 903 pages. Cloth covers. Ciassified Catalog of the Africa Section. The African section of the Library of the Musee de l'Homme consists of approximately 8,000 titles, the bulk of which are in the field of ethnology. The library, one of the oldest and most...
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1918. 324 pages, 57 photographs of hundreds of objects. Cloth cover. Included in this volume are chapters on doublebladed swords, Bisharin baskets in the Peabody Museum, Siwan pottery and a selected bibliography of Africana for 1916.
New York: Museum of Primitive Art, 1968. 17 pages.
Musee Royal de L'Afrique Centrale. Tervuren: 1962. 444 pages.
Musee Royal de L'Afrique Centrale. Tervuren: 1964. 461 pages.
Musee Royal de L'Afrique Centrale.Tervuren: 1960. 358 pages.
Musee Royal de L'Afrique Centrale. Tervuren: 1961. 383 pages.
Bloomington: 1980. 392 pages. Cloth cover. This unique bibliography of East African material culture contains over 2,000 entries for books, articles, and documents, arranged by geographic region and then cross indexed by culture, author, and subject. The regions covered in the bibliography are East Africa: General, Kenya, Tanzania, Makonde Group, and Uganda.
Field Museum, Chicago: 1962. 124 pages, 48 large photographs. The largest exhibition ever of Benin art in the United States was held in 1962 at the Field Museum. This catalogue--written by the foremost expert on the art of Benin--of that wonderous exhibition classifies objects according to function, and discusses them...
New York: International African Institute, 1956. 483 pages. It would appear that this printing was limited to no more than a few hundred copies.
New York, 1956: International African Institute, 1969 (reprint). 509 pages.Cloth cover.
Cape Town: 1969. 16 pages.
London: International African Institute, 1965. x, 120 pages, 5359 entries. Cloth cover.
London, 1965: Ann Arbor, 1981 (reprint). 120 pages, 5359 entries. Cloth cover. Easily the best and most comprehensive bibliography of works on all the main forms of African art, this volume went out of print shortly after its 1965 publication. Because of the demand for it, we commissioned a special...
London, 1965: Intl. African Institute. 83 pages. Cloth cover.
Cape Town: 1967. 64 pages, 302 entries.
Anthropological Series, Vol. XXVI, Parts I and II. Field Museum: 1937. 953 pages, 111 pages of illustrations, 5 maps. At the time of its publication in 1937, this voluminous two volume work contained "...more information about Africa, and a better bibliography of the literature for that continent than any other work in English..."
Fieldiana, Vol. 37, No. 2, Field Museum, 1952. 138 pages.
1991. Pp. 323-370, 677 entires.
Vienna, 1952; New York: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1969 (reprint). vi, 237 pages. Cloth cover.
Dresden-Forschungsstelle: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1995. 205 pages, 1506 entries.