Included in this journal (pp. 157-355) are Navaho Diagnosticians, by l.C. Wyman, Internal Linguistic Evidence Suggestive of the Northern Origin of the Navaho, by E. Sapir, and A Summary of Jicarilla Apache Culture, by M.E. OPler.
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Johnston, D.F. 225 pages, 7 maps, 36 tables.
Window Rock: n.d. (ca 1950-55). 14 pages of color photographs, 1 double-page map, price list on next to last page.
Reynolds Electrical Co. 1962. 64 pages, 39 b/w drawings, 4 full-page color drawings of sand-paintings, 9 b/w and 2 color photographs.
490 pages, 26 photographs, 50 tables, 13 charts, 7 maps, diagrams, and graphs.
Norman: 1944, 1973. 237 pages, 24 pages of photographs, 11 tables, 2 maps. Cloth cover.
Glorieta: 1974. 1982 (6th printing of the reprint). xx, 263 pages of text plus 123 pages of illustrations: 108 pages of b/w photographs, 6 pages of color photographs, 9 pages of drawings, large fold-out color frontpiece of saxony serape, drawn by Tom Lea. Undecorated cloth cover.
Santa Ana: Fine Arts Press, 1934. xx, 263 pages of text plus 123 pages of illustrations: 108 pages of b/w photographs, 6 pages of color photographs, 9 pages of drawings, large fold-out color front-piece of saxony serape, drawn by Tom Lea. Decorated linen cover done in a 3rd phase chief...
PEABODY MUSEUM Papers. Vol. XL, No. 2: 1950. xii, 108 pages.
Albuquerque: 1994. 38 pages, 25 color photographs--each 3/4 page.
Wheelright Museum, 1973: Palmer Lake, 1979. 24 pages, 8 b/w and 20 color illustrations.
Flagstaff: 1974. 64 pages, 13 figures.
Boston: 1977. 224 pages, 85 b/w and 64 color photographs--many full-page. Cloth cover. Still the standard against which all Navajo weaving publications are measured, this handsome volume remains in great demand. The photographs of each blanket are lovely, and the technical information for each is particularly good, as is the text.
Los Angeles County Museum, 1988. xii, 257 pages, 180 half-page and full-page color photographs, 23 b/w photographs, 1 map. Cloth cover.
1976. 64 pages, 59 pages of color photographs of fetishes and carvings.
December, 1958. Pp. 809-847, 30 color and 6 b/w photographs, 1 map.
Iowa City: 1976. 33 b/w and 7 color photographs. A relatively neglected period of Navajo weaving is looked at in this out of print catalogue of an exhibition that visited five museums in 1976 and 1977. In addition to a very good essay, complete descriptive data is provided for each...
Santa Fe: 1975. 32 pages, 19 b/w and 4 color photographs--mostly full-page.
Boston: 1930. 326 pages, 18 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
New York: 1987. 130 pages, 83 color and 19 b/w photographs. Cloth cover.
Santa Fe: 1961, 1975. 42 pages. 32 photographs, 1 map.
New Mexico Association on Indian Affairs. Santa Fe: 1948. 96 pages, 22 photographs.
VIKING FUND PUBLICATIONS IN ANTHROPOLOGY, No. 8, 1947. 218 pages of text containing 1 map, plus 16 full-page photographs.
Albuquerque: 1996. xv, 392 pages, 209 photographs. Cloth cover. A survey and critical examination of the photographic history of the Navajo people from photographs taken in captivity at Bosque Redondo to recent times.
Big Horn: Bradford Brinton Memorial, 1988. 24 pages, 6 full-page and 5 half-page photographs of textiles, color insert of early Crystal rug and 2nd phase chief's blanket on front and rear covers, respectively.