Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1942. xiii, 91 pages of text, followed by 8 pages of photographs of objects. 10"x12 1/2", front wrapper stained and chipped, otherwise good-very good, tight copy.
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Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum, 1977. 194 pages, 23 full-page color photographs, 100 half-page b/w photographs, 2 smaller b/w photographs, 13 drawings. 3 maps.
Centre for Documentation on Modern Indonesia, Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology, Leiden, the Netherlands. Nos. 22 (1980), 23 (1981), 24 (1981), 26 (1982), 27 (1983), 28 (1983), and 29 (1984). These journals contain abstracts of selected periodical articles and annotations of books on Indonesia in the field of the social sciences and humanities. 7 volumes, all in mint condition.
141 pages, 66 photographs of Indonesian and New Guinea figures, 13 drawings, 2 maps. Included in this volume are six papers dealing with Indonesian textiles and carved figures and Melanesian and Polynesian material culture. KULTUURPATRONEN, Bulletin Ethnografisch Museum Delft. The Delft Ethnographic Museum has, for almost 30 years, published this...
23 pages, 7 pages of photographs and drawings.
Delft: Volkerkunde Museum Nusantara, n.d. 56 pages, 30 photographs, 18 drawings.
Geneva: 1999. 208 pages, 263 color photographs, 7 maps. Cloth cover. One of the great collections of Indonesian stone figures is in Ge-neva’s Musee Barbier-Mueller. These ancient, incredibly strong figures are presented for the first time in this splendid volume. The text (in French) analyzes the wide varieties (and ages)...
Leipzig: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1958. 62 pages of text plus 8 pages of photographs.
Tweede Reeks, DL. LIX, No. 2, Maart, 1942(a) and No. 3, Mei, 1942(b). (a) Pp. 145-296, (b) Pp. 297-480.Included in these two journals is the two part paper "Bijdrage to de Kennis van her Manggaraische volk" (West Flores), with 20 photographs and 1 map.
East Brunswick: 1982. 632 pages, 550 b/w and 50 color photographs and reproductions of batik designs made from tjaps (printing blocks). Cloth cover. This study, the first to be published on Indonesian batik designs made from tjaps (printing blocks), fills a very apparent void, and should remain a perennial resource...
Kuching: Sarawak Museum, 1978, 1984. 20 pages, 22 color photographs and 19 drawings of ancient Sarawak beads and beadwork.
Los Angeles: 1985. 204 pages, 262 b/w and 22 color photographs, 8 drawings, 1 map. Soft cover, very good-fine condition. Elaborate, frighteningly beautiful ritual art objects relating to the dead in the cultures of Indonesia and Southeast Asia were exhibited in 1985 at the Museum of Cultural History. The more...
RIJKS ETHNOGRAPHISCH MUSEUM, (Deel IV): 1909. 315 pages of text containing 36 drawings plus 8 pages of photographs (3 in color) of 28 objects (carved figures, staffs, keris, and textiles), 2 pages of charts, 1 two-page photograph.
RIJKS ETHNOGRAPHISCH MUSEUM, (Deel VIII) and (Sumatra II): 1914. 208 pages of text containing 31 drawings and photographs plus 1 page of color photographs and 11 pages of b/w photographs of 40 objects--carved staffs, weapons, jewelry, basketry, masks, textiles, and carved figures. Near mint condition.
RIJKS ETHNOGRAPHISCH MUSEUM, (Deel VI), Leiden: 1912. 228 pages of text containing 35 drawings, plus 15 pages (1 in color) of photographs of textiles, household decorative arts, and keris. This volume deals with textiles, household decorative arts, and keris.
RIJKS ETHNOGRAPHISCH MUSEUM, Deel X: 1916. 241 pages of text containing 29 drawings and photographs plus 12 pages of photographs of 101 objects--household objects, weapons, carved figures, and drums.
RIJKS ETHNOGRAPHISCH MUSEUM, Band XII, Leiden: 1918. 300 pages of text containing 37 drawings and photographs plus 16 pages of photographs of 90 objects--jewelry, personal decorative objects, clothing, decorated basketry and textiles, headdresses, weapons, altar objects, containers, and houses. Later coth cover over original wrappers. Near mint condition.
Berkeley: 1979. 98 pages, 37 b/w and 14 large color photographs, 88 line drawings. Inscription by author.