Norman: 1944, 1973. 237 pages, 24 pages of photographs, 11 tables, 2 maps. Cloth cover.
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219 pages, 140 photographs and drawings. Stevens Point, 1993. Cloth cover ed.
Denver: 1966. 152 pages of text containing 2 maps, plus 20 unnumbered pages of color and b/w photographs and drawings.
New York: 1992. 240 pages, 155 color and 55 b/w photographs, 1 map. Cloth cover.
Boston: 1978. 1st edition. ix, 214 pages, 201 b/w and 52 color photographs of many hundreds of pieces of jewelry. Coth cover. Hundreds of superb Navajo and Pueblo classic jewelry objects--usually hidden from view in museum storerooms and private collections--were presented for the first time in this splendidly illustrated book...
Albuquerque: 1978. 272 pages, 101 b/w and 16 color illustrations of hundreds of objects. Cloth cover. Probably the best volume available on Southwest jewelry--with particular emphasis on prehistoric and historic jewelry. The formal, cultural, and chronological relationships of the jewelry of the three great cultural tradition of the Southwest--Hohokam, Mogollon...
Minneapolis Institute of Art, 1982. 189 pages, 82 b/w and 5 color photographs of silver objects, 10 archival photographs. Soft cover ed.
Minneapolis Institute of Art, 1982. 189 pages, 82 b/w and 5 color photographs of silver objects, 10 archival photographs. Cloth cover ed.
Boulder: 1976. viii, 159 pages, 16 pages of color plates, 28 pages of b/w photographs and drawings, 4 maps. Hard board cover.
Lawrence, 1940; Boulder: 1979, 1988 (8th printing). 116 pages, 35 pho-tographs and 46 figures illustrating hundreds of artifacts and design elements.
Globe: 1959, 1974 (4th printing). vi, 122 pages, 195 photographs. Hard board cover.
Globe: 1960, 2nd edition. vi, 122 pages, 195 photographs. Hard board cover.
MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, CONTRIBUTIONS, Vol. XI, 1929. 140 pages of text containing 136 b/w photographs and drawings, plus 31 leaves of color and b/w photographs. Decorating many of the most prized examples of the art of the Native American, beads and beadwork have attained almost mystical status reflecting...
MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, CONTRIBUTIONS, Vol. XI, 1975. 2nd edition. 168 pages, 31 full-page color and b/w photographs, 136 smaller b/w photographs and drawings. Decorating many of the most prized examples of the art of the Native American, beads and beadwork have attained almost mystical status reflecting the extraordinary...
Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. XII, Part II. Second Memoir, Third Memoir, 1915: Glorieta, 1975 (reprint). 50 unnumbered pages, 161 pages of text containing 6 figures, plus 18 pags of photographs and 18 pages of descriptions of the photographs. Cloth cover.
Englewood Cliffs: 1976. 258 pages. 82 pages of color photographs of hundreds of pieces of jewelry, 60 b/w photographs--many full-page. The development of the forms, skills, methods, and materials used in the creation of American Indian jewelry and the fine "art" of collecting this jewelry--with the emphasis on the latter--are...
Atglen: 1996. 144 pages, 336 color photographs, 1 map. Almost 1000 examples of American Indian jewelry that were currently for sale-- Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and other Pueblo--are illustrated in this work. Representing all periods and styles, the items are described, and the current market price for each is provided, as...
West Chester: 1988. 96 pages, 128 color and 21 b/w photographs, 3 drawings, 2 maps.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Guide Leaflet 50: 1946 (3rd printing). 31 pages, 9 pages of drawings of beaded designs, 12 drawings of beaded objects.
Flagstaff: 1946, 2nd ed. 84 pages, 14 ills. Cloth cover. Mint condition.
Flagstaff: 1972, 1976 (2nd ed., 2nd printing). xiv, 106 pages, 43 photographs.