New York: 1961. 424 pages, over 100 large color and b/w photographs. Cloth cover.
Overviews of Indian Art
Los Angeles: UCLA, n.d. 16 pages, 7 large photographs.
MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, Indian Notes and Monographs: 1922. 251 pages, 4 maps, 1 fold-out plan. Repair to spine, front cover chipped.
Phoenix: 1971 thru 1976. THE CHOCTAW PEOPLE; THE CREEK PEOPLE; THE FLORIDA SEMINOLE PEOPLE; THE KAW PEOPLE; THE MESCALERO APACHE EOPLE; THE OTOE-MISSOURIA PEOPLE; THE PAIUTE PEOPLE; THE PONCA PEOPLE; THE POTAWATOMI PEOPLE (CITIZEN BAND) PEOPLE; THE SIOUX PEOPLE; THE WICHITA PEOPLE. Each volume in this series is signed by...
Royal Ontario Museum: 1970. 20 pages, 17 illustrations. Written for 11-17 year olds.
The American Indian Art Newsletter. Vol. 1, No. 2 (Feb/March 1983) throughVol. 1, No. 5 (Oct-Nov 1983). All issues, except Vol. 1 No. 1, of this slick, low-circulation, gossip-filled, collector-oriented newsletter that went under when its editor-publisher declared bankruptcy.
32 pages. Papers and photographs on and photographs of analysis of Indian artifacts and Indian fashions.
September, 1921 (2nd ed.).
1923 (3rd printing).
Pp. 167-253 (some uncut), 30 photographs of artifacts. Includes 15 papers dealing with artifacts from many areas of Native America.
Pp. 357-469, 21 photographs and drawings, principally of artifacts. Includes 8 papers dealing with artifacts. Includes "The Scene of the Purchase of Manhattan Island, 1620", by R.P. Bolton.
Annual Report for 1972.
Vol. 9, No. 1, 1995. Vol. 9, No. 2, 1996. Vol. 9, No. 3, 1996. Vol. 9, No. 4, 1996. Vol. 9, No. 5, 1996. Vol. 10, No. 2, 1997. Vol. 11, No. 2, 1998. Vol. 11, No. 3, 1998. 8 issues. The arts--traditional and contemporary--created by Native Americans, are reviewed and examined in tis heavilly illustrated quarterly publication.
219 pages, 140 photographs and drawings. Stevens Point, 1993. Cloth cover ed.
Santa Fe: Wheelright Museum, 1999. 96 pages of text containing 16 b/w photographs and 18 pages of color and b/w photographs, plus a 25 page section of photographs--almost all the photographs are of Cochiti and Tesuque figurines.
Bureau of Indian Affairs: 1941, 1950. 76 pages of text containing 9 drawings and 1 map, plus 21 pages of photographs.
Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Assn, Vol. XI, No. 4, 1908. Reprinted. Pp. 249-276. Later cloth cover over original wrappers, marbled endpapers.
New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1876. (2nd ed., revised). viii, 331 pages. Gilt decorated cloth cover. This copy is signed by O.T. Mason and bears a sticker from the U.S. National Museum that states it is a gift of Otis T. Mason.
Seattle: 1986. 288 pages, 72 color and 424 b/w photographs, 9 maps. Cloth cover. Contrary to widespread popular belief, traditional American Indian art integral to tribal self-expression is still being produced. This volume, accompanying a major exhibition of contemporary, traditional American Indian art created from 1965-1985, is the first comprehensive...
Chicago: Field Museum, 1959. 64 pages, 65 b/w photographs dealing with the art of South, Central and North America.
National Indian Institute, Washington, D.C: 1943. 58 pages, 16 full-page photographs, 1 page of drawings.
Ottawa: 1972, 1974. 138 pages, 84 b/w and 23 color photographs--mostly full-page. Hard board cover.