AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Bulletin, Vol. XV, Part 1: 1901,1960 reprint. 370 pages (some uncut). 172 drawings of artifacts, 3 full-page photographs.
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MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, Indian Notes and Monographs, 1920. 22 pages of text containing 1 drawing, plus 11 leaves of photographs.
Ottawa: Canadian National Museum of Man and the Royal Scottish Museum, 1974. 208 pages, 268 b/w and 16 color photographs--all large--and 2 maps.
Handbook of American Indian Languages, Part 1, BAE Bulletin 40: 1910. Offprint. Pp. 85-158. Later morocco cover, decorated end papers.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Bulletin, Vol. XII: 1899. Pp. 265-327 (containing 54 figures--all of objects of material culture), plus 4 pages of plates. Some pages uncut, spine reinforced.
Barrow: 1983, 1998. xii, 82 pages, 45 photographs, 15 drawings, 1 map.
Philadelphia: September, 1927. 13 pages of photographs of carved objects. This article, in this almost 90 year old publication (mint condition), provides an interesting contrast to today's view of 17th-19th century Eskimo pictorial art. The ivory and antler objects, all in the University Museum's collection, are beautifully carved, and the...
National Gallery of Canada, 1992. 231 pages, 104 color and b/w photographs--about half of which are of contemporary art created by native artists (including Robert Davidson, Dorothy Grant, Dempsey Bob, and other prominent Northwest Coast and Inuit artists) and the other half are of traditional art objects.
Toronto: 1988. xv, 314 pages, 21 pages of photographs, 2 maps. Cloth cover, with dust jacket.
Seattle: 1961 (1st ed.). xii, 170 pages, 106 photographs, 5 pages of drawings of artifact designs and components, 1 map. Unsigned.
Seattle: 1961, 1980. xii, 170 pages, 106 photographs, 5 pages of drawings of artifact designs and components, 1 map.
Seattle: 1996. xix, 196 pages, 8 color and 124 b/w photographs, 1 map. Soft cover ed. Functioning both as a catalogue and a memoir, this wonderfully informative volume by Dorothy Jean Ray describes her collection of nearly 100 Eskimo artifacts that are now part of the University of Alaska Museum...
Seattle: 1996. xix, 196 pages, 8 color and 124 b/w photographs, 1 map. Cloth ed. Functioning both as a catalogue and a memoir, this wonderfully informative volume by Dorothy Jean Ray describes her collection of nearly 100 Eskimo artifacts that are now part of the University of Alaska Museum, and...
London: 1979. 176 pages, 170 b/w and 7 color photographs. Cloth cover. A well-known Eskimo art scholar offers some fascinating views on the origins of Eskimo art in this illustration-filled volume. From the first beginnings of Eskimo art up through the 20th century, the author traces its history and interprets...
Linden-Museum, 1983. 137 pages, 4 color and 84 b/w photographs. 1 chart, 1 map. Hard board cover.
Wykauf Fohr: 1988. 64 pages, 16 pages of photographs and drawings--mainly of artifacts, 2 maps.
Oslo: 1974. 173 pages, 63 illustrations of about 150 objects, 53 tables, 1 map.
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1991. 175 pages (text in English and French) 167 photographs, 3 drawings.