Lisbon: 1890. 31 pages (some uncut). Sociedade de Geographia de Lisboa.
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xvii, 869 pages, of which this paper is pp. 381-428 containing 24 figures. Also included in this volume are three heavily illustrated papers on the Museum's Korean and Japanese collections. Original binding, good, very good condition.
New York: 1988. 102 pages, 78 stunning, full-page color photographs. Cloth cover.
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.
Paris: 1989. 209 pages, 147 color and 55 b/w photographs, 2 maps. A splendid exhibition of classical Makonde art juxtaposed with contemporary Makonde art was mounted in Paris in 1989 at the Museum of African and Oceanic Arts. Drawn from museum and private collections in Mozambique, Portugal and several other...
London: 1956. 176 pages, 163 photographs. Cloth cover.
Munich: 1990. Edition limited to 1,000 copies. 505 pages, text in English and German, 481 photographs, 8 drawings, 3 figures, 12 maps. Cloth cover, new unopened copy. The first treatise on the mwana hiti, the wooden, highly stylized torso of a female figure, this important volume accompanied a major 1990...
London: 1938. xii, 578 pages, 2 full-page photographs, 8 full-page maps. Cloth cover.
Hamburg: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1974. 76 pages, 16 photographs of 34 objects, 16 figures.
London: 1963. xiv, 306 pages of text contining 10 figures, plus 8 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
Stockholm: 1907. 36 pages, 4 engravings, 1 fold-out map. An early missionary report from East Africa.
Paris: 1904. xiv, 493 pages, fold-out map. Later morocco and marbled boards, spine has hubs and is gilt decorated, marbled endpapers.
Leipzig and Uppsala: 1934. 58 pages (some uncut).
Field Museum Anthropological Series, Vol. XXII, 1933: 1962, 2nd printing. 334 pages, 35 pages of figures, illustrating 258 objects of material culture. The Tanala, occupants of a wooded and mountainous region in the southern third of the eastern part of Madagascar, had, at the time of this more than sixty...
Paris: 1892. 308 pages plus 8 leaves of engravings. Later leather cover, hubs on spine.
African Studies, Vol. 22, No. 1. Johannesburg: 1963. 21 pages (dealing with the Cewa of northern Rhodesia), 8 photographs, 4 tables, 3 maps, 5 figures.
Univeristy of Stockholm, 1988. xvi, 314 pages, 4 pages of color photographs, 3 maps. Inscribed by the author.
Munich: Galerie Fred Jahn, Munich, 1989. 18 pages (text in English and German), 12 pages of photographs. This booklet (an exhibition catalogue) is 7 1/2" x 11" and is folded so that it opens in accordion style. Mint condition.
Oxford: 1991. 239 pages, 1 map. Cloth cover.
New York: 1976, 1977. 224 pages, 192 pages of color photographs. Cloth cover, small folio-size.
Cambridge: 1924. xiii, 205 pages of text plus 32 pages of photographs and 1 fold-out map. Cloth cover.
Cambridge, 1921; New York: 1969 (reprint). xvi, 288 pages of text plus 19 pages of photographs dealing with Ugandan material culture, religion, ritual, and ethnology, and 1 map. Cloth cover.
Hannover and Seattle: 1999. 420 pages, 213 large color photographs--mostly full-page, 15 smaller color photographs, 213 small b/w photographs, 10 maps. Cloth cover with dust jacket. Mint condition. Acquired over the last 15-20 years, the Bareiss collection of African art contains outstanding examples--most never before published--of prototypical pieces from Guinea...