Philadelphia: 1915. pp. 163-168.
Essays on Eskimo Art & Culture
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.
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. 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.
1968. 89 pages--five papers dealing with Eskimo culture.
1960. 61 pages--three papers dealing with Eskimo culture.
Museum of Anthropology. Moscow (?): 1967. 262 pages--papers dealing with the shelter, rituals, masks and carved figures of Arctic peoples, 54 b/w photographs and drawings, 1 color plate. Cloth cover.
Toronto: 1928. xii, 253 pages of text, plus 12 leaves of four-color engravings by five Canadian artists. Due to a binder's error, this copy lacks the engraving opposite p. 82. Cloth cover.
Tomsk: 1976. 58 pages.
Oxford: 1978. 145 pages, 91 illustrations--principally photographs of several hundred objects, mostly carved, 6 maps. This book from the Pitt Rivers Museum deals with artifacts collected in Kotzebue Sound in 1926-27. The vast array of objects demonstrates the astonishing ingenuity of Eskimo technology. Included is an analysis of the objects...
Montreal: 1974. 224 pages, 62 pages of color and 71 pages of b/w photographs, 2 maps. Cloth cover.
Norman: 1988. 128 pages, 120 large color photographs--many full-page, 2 maps. Cloth cover.
Houston Museum of Fine Arts: 1969. 29 pages, 21 pages of photographs, 1 map.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CANADA, BULLETIN No. 196: 1963. vii, 216 pages, 47 figures, 7 tables.
Washington, D.C. 1984. xvi, 829 pages, 618 illustrations. Cloth cover.
New York: 1957. 348 pages of text plus 32 unnumbered pages of photographs, maps on endpapers. Cloth cover.
Stuttgart: Robert Lutz, 1916. xxv, 369 pages, 1 drawing, 1 fold-out map. Cloth cover. Neunte auflage.
Seattle: 2005. xx, 334 pages, 354 photographs (almost all color), 2 maps. Cloth cover with dust jacket. Fine condition. Small folio size 12"x9 1/2").
Washington, D.C: 1994. xix, 379 pages, 57 photographs, 17 drawings, 4 maps. Cloth cover. Twenty-three papers delivered by U.S. and Soviet scholars at a two day 1988 symposium convened at the opening of the joint Soviet-American exhibition, Crossroad of Continents are presented in this volume. A complement and expansion of...
Canadian Ethnology Service, Paper No. 78. Ottawa: 1981. 265 pages containing 53 papers dealing with a plethora of topics, including a number on Northwest Coast and Eskimo carving.
Canadian Museum of Civilization: 1994. 136 pages, 13 color and 95 b/w photographs, 15 drawings, 2 maps. The history of Copper and Caribou Inuit clothing and personal adornment is traced via archaeological, written accounts of early explorers, traders, and anthropologists, as well as 20th century photographs and drawings of garments...
Canada Department of Mines, Geological Survey, Memoir 45, No. 3, Anthropological Series: 1913. 46 pages, 13 full-page photographs--of wooden masks--each with a tissue guard. In January of each year, after rites that were held in November and December, the Unaligmiut Eskimo of St. Michael observed the "Inviting-In" feast, one of...
Anthro. Papers of the Univ. of Alaska, Vol. 1, No. 1: n.d. Pp. 11-24, 3 pages of photographs of artifacts, 2 figures.
Stuttgart, 1938: Kassel, 1953 (enlarged ed.); Zurich, 1987. 83 pages, 86 photographs, 17 drawings, 1 map. Hard board cover. In 1936 ethnographer Hans Himmelbeber went to Alaska to do fieldwork among the Eskimos of the Kuskowim river and among the Nunivak, in each case studying a culture that was shortly...
University of Alaska Press, 1993. 83 pages, 86 photographs, 17 drawings, 1 map. Soft cover. In 1936 ethnographer Hans Himmelbeber went to Alaska to do fieldwork among the Eskimos of the Kuskowim river and among the Nunivak, in each case studying a culture that was shortly to change forever, but...