Los Angeles: Craft and Folk Art Museum, 1978. 66 pages, 29 color and 18 b/w photographs--many full-page, 2 maps.
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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.
Princeton: 1994. xviii, 307 pages, 139 figures dealing with the site and its excavation in this highland Bolivian community located at the southern end of Lake Titicaca in the south-central Andes. 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 From an unpublished manuscript in possession of Northwestern University Library.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.
Austin: Institute of Latin American Studies, 1969, 1971 (2nd printing). xxii, 449 pages, 98 pages of drawings, 1 map.
Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam: 1988. 104 pages (in Dutch, with a 4 page summary in English), 24 color and 112 b/w photographs, 21 drawings, 1 map.
Musee de L'Homme: 1969. 165 pages, 84 photographs--almost all full-page--in the museum’s collection.
Amer. Orthopsychiatric Assn., Research Monograph No. 4. New York: 1944. xii, 132 pages. Cloth cover.
Krefeld: 1991. 133 pages, 56 full-page and 6 smaller color photographs, 4 b/w photographs, 1 map. In 1991, the German Textile Museum in Krefeld presented the first exhibition in Europe of 15th-19th Century Aymara textiles. The textiles, superb examples from the author's collection of these Bolivian weavings, are wonderfully illustrated...