Denver Art Museum: 1991. 52 pages, 51 color photographs, maps on endpapers.
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Universidad de Costa Rica, 1958. 206 pages (13 papers – 3 of which deal with pre-Columbian archaeology), 10 pages of photographs and drawings of Mesoamerican ceramic, stone, and gold objects, 1 page of drawings of ceramic vessels.
NEW WORLD ARCHAEOLOGICAL FOUNDATION PAPERS. No. 43, 1980. Brigham Young University. 132 pages, 60 full-page photographs, 1 map, 1 fold-out map, 1 chart.
Fieldiana, New Series, No. 15: 1990. iii, 17 pages, 17 figures containing large photographs of 40 pottery vessels.
Rotterdam: Museum voor land-en Volkenkunde, 1970. 72 pages, 61 b/w and 4 color photographs, 1 map.
Washington, D.C. 1985. 307 pages, 220 color photographs--almost all full or half-page, 143 b/w photographs, 25 drawings, 5 maps. Leather cover, folio-size (11 1/2" x 13 1/2"). One of the few major private collections in the U.S. of Costs Rican ceramics, the Sackler collection presents a cross section of many...
New York: 1997. 240 pages, 117 color and 162 b/w photographs and drawings, 1 map. Cloth cover. The latest research that explores the lives of Maya scribes, the mediums in which they worked, and their tools and their techniques is presented in this important volume by a leading Maya authority...
Israel Museum, 1982. 128 pages, 75 b/w and 22 color photographs--all large, many full-page, 15 figures. Cloth cover ed.
Palo Alto: 1982. 2nd edition. 344 pages, 243 illustrations. Ninteen papers--all previously unpublished--representing contemporary thought and research in the field are contained in this new anthology. The majority of the papers (heavily illustrated) deal with the art of Mesoamerica; several deal with Peruvian textiles and pottery.
Middle American Research Records, Vol. II, No. 1: 1952. 16 pages, 11 figures.
Mexico City: 1939. 176 pages, 52 full-page handcolored drawings of the enamels. This beautiful volume, written by Professor Francisco de P. Leon in 1922 and published in 1939, is still considered to be the finest volume published on the lovely enamels of Uruapan. The 52 handcolored drawings are dazzling in...
Museum of Cultural History, UCLA: 1969. 92 pages, photographs of 457 ceramic mortuary objects recovered from a single West Mexican district.
Los Angeles: 1983. 127 pages, 7 pages of color photographs, 158 large b/w photographs, 9 figures, 1 map. Soft cover ed. A detailed analysis of West Mexican--Colima, Jalisco, Nayarit--styles of ceramic funerary art is found in this handsome volume that served as the catalogue for an important 1983 exhibition at...
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Publications In American Archeology And Ethnology, Vol. 21, No. 8: 1927. Pages 306-329 containing 11 figures that include 50 drawings of various types of Peruvian artifacts, plus 7 leaves of photographs of ceramics.
Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin: 1986. 154 pages, 6 color and 212 b/w photographs, 4 pages of drawings, 2 maps.
Albuquerque: 1995. viii, 136 pages, 8 pages of color photographs, 99 b/w photographs, drawings, and figures, 1 map. Cloth cover. The multicolored Cocle ceramic wares excavated at Sitio Conte in central Panama during the 1930s were decorated with a combination of geometrical forms and depictions of birds and beasts. Many...
YALE UNIVERSITY, Publications In Anthropology, No. 37: 1947. 95 pages of text containing 15 figures and 3 tables, plus 15 pages of photographs.
Los Angeles: 1970. 114 pages, 205 b/w and 2 color photographs, 3 figures, 1 map. Considered to be one of the finest documents of west Mexican artifacts, this catalogue of the Stafford collection was published for a 1970 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The Stafford collection...
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Publications In American Archeology And Ethnology, Vol. 24, No. 6: 1930. 17 pages, 1 fold-out with drawings of 138 bowls.