December 1, 1914. 8 pages bound, 12 pages inserted in folio cover, 6 full-page photographs, 19 smaller photographs.
Eskimo, Siberian and Arctic Art
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Vol. 6, Nos. 1-4. 1953. 288 pages; Vol. 7, Nos. 1-4. 1954. 375 pages; Vol. 8, Nos. 1-4, 1955. 268 pages; Vol. 9, Nos. 1-4, 1956. 280 pages; Vol. 10, Nos. 1-4, 1957. 256 pages; Vol. 11, Nos. 1-4, 1958. 264 pages; Vol. 12, Nos. 1-4, 1959. 256 pages. An...
Paris: Sotheby's, June 11, 2008. 118 pages, 37 lots auctioned, all lots illustrated. Price list included.
Washington, D.C. 1899. Part I. 575 pages, 107 plates, 165 figures. includes: Very good condition. includes: The Eskimo About Bering Strait.
Institut Istor., Filos., Novosibirsk: 1975. Part II.186 pages, 111 drawings and 36 b/w and 17 color photographs--mostly of Russian (Siberian) peasant costume. Cloth cover.
Institut Istor., Filos., Novosibirsk: 1971. 198 pages of text containing 57 figures (photographs and drawings of clothing, household objects, buildings, and other objects of material culture of these Siberian peoples. In addition there are 30 pages of color and b/w photographs and drawings of the same types of objects of...
Philadelphia: 1915. pp. 163-168.
INAH, Mexico City: 1965. VIII. 97 pages, 24 pages of figures, 5 maps. Edition limited to 1,000 copies.
Fieldiana, Anthropoolgy, New Series, No. 18: 1992. 26 pages, 18 photographs and drawings, 2 maps.
1964. 357 pages (26 papers dealing with the ethnology, material culture, customs and rituals of the Lap peoples; 24 papers are in English and 2 are in German). There are approximately 75 photographs, drawings and maps. Small folio size (13"x10 1/2:). Very good-fine condition. From the library of ethnographer Ferdinand Schaedler, with his library sticker on endpapers.
Winnipeg Art Gallery: 1978. 22 pages, 22 photographs.
Ottawa: 1951. 261 pages. Included in this Report are two heavily illustrated papers dealing with excavations and artifacts at Thule Culture sites near Resolute Bay and at a mixed Dorset-Thule site on Smith Island, and a paper on Haida totem poles.
National Geographic, Feb. 1983. Pp. 144-224.
Montreal: 1978. 96 pages, 36 pages of b/w drawings and 14 pages of color drawings. Text in English and Eskimo.
Academy of Sciences USSR, Vol. 64. Institute of Ethnography, Moscow: 1961. 212 pages of text dealing with Siberian ethnography, 58 photographs and drawings--principally of sleds, boats, houses, and other objects of material culture. Cloth cover.
Academy of Sciences USSR, Vol. 78, Institute of Ethnography. Moscow: 1962. 292 pages, 36 photographs and 17 drawings of material culture, ritual objects and structures of the peoples in northern and eastern Siberia and Central Asia, 5 maps. Cloth cover.
Academy of Sciences USSR, Vol. 84. Institute of Ethnography, Moscow: 1963. 233 pages of text dealing with Siberian ethnography, 54 photographs of structures, clothing and other objects of material culture. Cloth cover.
(a) (pp. 665-943, 276 illustrations), considered to be one of the most significant treatises on the games and gambling artifacts of the North American Indian and Eskimo peoples. (b) xxiv, 1107 pages. pp. 325-664, 325 figures, 74 pages of photographs), emphasizing the pre-Columbian art of North and South America. (c)...
Pp. 189-304 (containing 91 figures), plus 19 pages of drawings. Harpoons from all of Aboriginal America are discussed and illustrated, but the bulk of the work deals with Arctic harpoons. Also included in this xvi, 737 page volume is W.H. Holmes heavily illustrated (particularly of Tulare basketry) study, Anthropological Studies...