Lowe Museum, 1975. 24 pages, 11 full-page photographs--mostly from the Barton collection.
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Washington, D.C: 1904. xlv, 634 pages, 139 plates, 34 figures. Good + condition. Considered by most scholars to be the most important work published on Zuni ceremonies and ritual.Includes, The Zuni Indians: Their Mythology, Esoteric Fraternities, and Ceremonies.
Washington, D.C: 1904. xlv, 634 pages, 139 plates, 34 figures. Good condition. Considered by most scholars to be the most important work published on Zuni ceremonies and rituals. includes, The Zuni Indians: Their Mythology, Esoteric Fraternities, and Ceremonies.
Washington, D.C: 1904. xlv, 634 pages13 figures. Lacking 33 of 139 plates. includes: The Zuni Indians: Their Mythology, Esoteric Fraternities, and Ceremonies.
Plateau, Flagstaff: 1977, 1982. 32 pages, 34 b/w and 12 color photographs.
1930; 1965 (reprint). Vol. 43, 448 pages; 10 papers, of which 5 deal with the North American Indian. The authors are Parsons Zuni Tales, Benedict, Stephen, Walton, and Beckwith.
Albuquerque: 1974, 1978. 116 pages, 170 illustrations.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology. Vol. 17, No. 3, 1922. Pp. 171-216, 2 figures.
Philadelphia: 1929. 178 pages, 7 full-page color drawings, map on front endpapers. Cloth cover.
Tucson: 1986. xix, 201 pages, 27 large color and 43 large b/w photographs of ceramic storyteller figures, 1 map. Cloth cover.
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.
New York: 1978. 320 pages, 264 b/w and 32 color photographs. Cloth cover.
Albuquerque: 1991. xiv, 191 pages, 41 color and 133 b/w photographs and drawings. Cloth cover.
Santa Fe: 1997. xii, 225 pages, 100 color and 50 b/w photographs, 2 maps. Soft cover ed. The first complete history of the then new tradition of Pueblo fine art painting that appeared in the first three decades of the 20th century, this study is based on the extensive Pueblo...
University Museum, Philadelphia: 1990. xii, 99 pages, 35 full-page color photographs, 134 b/w photographs, 1 drawing, 1 map.