Mexio City: 1939. 75 pages (some uncut), 6 tipped-in color plates, 25 drawings and plans (6 of which are fold-out). Special edition of 300 numbered copies (this is #98), dedicated to the 27th Congresso Internacional de Americanistas.
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Culver City: 1967, 1989 (2nd ed.). Volume II: In a hinged hard board box, there are 13 fold-out maps.
Univ. Oregon Summer Field Research Project, 1969: Culver City, 1984. 2 volumes. Vol. I: xlii, 149 pages, approximately 75 pages of photographs, drawings, plans, and maps. Vol. II: 7 fold-out maps, unbound in a folio.
Rocky Mountain Institute for Pre-Columbian Studies: 1986. vi, 171 pages (5 papers). 26 pages of color and 19 pages of b/w photographs,11 drawings, 10 maps. Five papers given at the 1986 Maya Conference in Denver are presented for the first time in this volume. The fifve papers--well illustrated--deal with early...
Academia de Geografia e Historia de Guatemala, 1982, 1983. 88 pages, 18 pages of photographs --principally of the elaborate raised structures under which coffins were placed in 18th century Colonial Guatemala. ( 2nd printing—limited to 700 copies).
Milan, 1973: New York, 1975. 336 pages, 363 photographs, 54 plans. Cloth cover.
New York: 1994. 132 pages, 73 full-page and 3/4 page photographs of Inca, Maya, and Arizona/New Mexico cliffdweller monuments and sites. Cloth cover (oblong), decorated end papers.
Norman: 1963. xxi, 142 pages, 87 illustrations, 1 map. Cloth cover (not folio size).
New York: Museum of the American Indian, 1972. xiv, 168 pages, 300 color and 125 b/w photographs and drawings, maps. Cloth cover with dust jacket. Book in fine condition, dust jacket very good condition. Inscribed by author on the title page. Profusely illustrated and accompanied by a comprehensive text, this...
New York: 1962, 1969 (5th printing). xiii, 257 pages, over 400 photographs. Cloth cover.
Middle American Research Institute, Occasional Papers 2 and 3: 1978. 30 pages, 5 figures. and 17 pages, 11 figures.