Karsten, R. 101 pages, 10 plates.
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March 1918. 88 pages. Native American Art (pre-Columbian); 28 pages, 9 illustrations. "The Trail of the Golden Dragon" (pre-Columbian); 10 pages. "Decorative Arts of the Amazon", 19 pages, 11 illustrations. "the Art of Quillwork", 11 pages, 6 full-page color and b/w plates of American Indian 18th-19th centureies quillwork. "Legends of Kit-Selas", 11 pages, 6 pull-page photographs of totem poles.
Tomo XVI, No. 45, 1956. Pp 233-317 ( 3 papers dealing with indigenous peoples of Venezuela), 5 photographs.
Tomo XVIII No. 51, 1958. Pp 151-235( includes 1paper dealing with indigenous peoples of Venezuela), 5 photographs.
Museum fur Volkerkunde, Basel: 1969. 60 pages, 63 illustrations of about 100 objects.
Tucson: 1987. xx, 376 pages, 10 photographs of Kalapalo Indians as central Brazil, 1 map. Cloth cover.
Museum of Modern Art: 1954. 187 pages, 202 b/w photographs--all large, many full-page and 6 full-page color photographs--of the art of pre-Inca Peru, the North Andean Highlands and Plains, and the Amazon jungle, 5 maps. Cloth cover.
Evanston: 1917. From an unpublished manuscript in possession of Northwestern University Library. cxii, 141 pages (some uncut). At the time of its publication, this was the most complete work on the language and vocabulary of this Bolivian Indian group. Cloth cover.
Buenos Aires: 1982. 315 pages, 22 full-page photographs, approximately 100 drawings--mostly of objects of material culture, 4 maps.
American Ethnological Society, Monograph XV: 1948. viii, 131 pages, 1 map. Cloth cover.
Cambridge: 1982. x, 186 pages, 25 figures, 1 map. Cloth cover.
Buenos Aires: 1931. Pp. 64-73 (some uncut) containing two drawings and 1 map, plus an unnumbered leaf with a color photograph of part of a ceramic vessel.
New York: 1943. 453 pages of text plus 30 pages of photographs, maps on endpapers. Cloth cover. Signed by author on title page.
House of Representitives, Executive Document No. 53. Washington, D.C. 1853 and 1854. Volumes I and II. Volume I: iv, 414 pages, 16 plates. Cover is worn, and pages show light to--in a few cases--moderate foxing. Volume II: x, 339 pages, 36 plates. Pages show very light foxing. Maroon cloth covers...
American Ethnological Society: 1957. ix, 199 pages, 6 photographs, 2 figures, 2 maps. Hard board cover.
Seattle: 1995. 223 pages, 180 large photographs, 2 maps. In the mid-1930s, the author, then a very young ethnographer, journeyed into the Brazilian interior to document the cultural habits of tribal groups that were still quite isolated. The result was this beautiful, rare visual record of funeral rites, contests, face...
Seattle: 1995. 223 pages, 180 large photographs, 2 maps. Cloth ed. In the mid-1930s, the author, then a very young ethnographer, journeyed into the Brazilian interior to document the cultural habits of tribal groups that were still quite isolated. The result was this beautiful, rare visual record of funeral rites...
Rio de Janeiro (?): Bibliotheca Mineira de Cultura, n.d. (ca 1940). 269 pages (some uncut) containing 23 pages of drawings, plus 16 unnumbered pages of photographs, 2 pages of drawings, and 1 map.
Lisbon: 1953. Pp. 35-46 (summary in English), 2 pages of photographs.
Geneva: Musee d'Ethnographie, 1985. 159 pages, 36 full-page color photographs and 14 full-page b/w photographs, 48 smaller b/w photographs, 15 drawings, 1 map.
Verhandl. Naturf. Ges. Basel, 1981. Pp. 59.-130, 12 photo-graphs, 15 figures.
Austin: 1976. 286 pages, 31 photographs, 11 figures, 13 maps, 16 tables--all dealing with these native peoples who inhabit the South American tropical forests. Cloth cover.
Stockholm: Aftonbladets Tryckeri, 1927. Both volumes, new and unopened, are bound in decorated board and leather covers in their original (slightly chipped) dust jackets. The edition was limited to 300 copies. Text volume: viii, 128 pages, 137 figures--all are drawings of objects of tribal material culture. This volume contains two...
Koln: 1959. 72 pages, 4 pages of photographs, 1 map.