Santa Fe: 1979. 60 pages, 52 b/w and 14 color photographs (including text and photographs of the museum's New Mexico Village collection).
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Amon Carter Museum: 1966. viii, 77 pages, 68 pages of photographs, 1 map. Cloth cover.
Santa Fe: 1969. 24 pages, 39 photographs.
Santa Fe: 1953. 4 pages, 3 photographs. from the library of renowned Africanist, Arnold Rubin--with his signature and ink stamp on frontis.
Fullerton: California State University, 1974. 52 pages, 26 full-page photographs. From the library of renowned Africanist, Arnold Rubin, with his ink stamp on front cover. Very good condition.
Santa Fe: 1995. vi, 58 pages, 41 three-quarter page drawings.
Museum of International Folk Art. Santa Fe: 1959. 52 pages, 6 color and 7 b/w photographs (by Elliot Parker and Laura Gilpin)--almost all full-page.
Santa Fe: 1974. 518 pages, 231 large b/w photographs, 40 full-page color photographs. Cloth cover.
Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe: 1946. 1st edition. vi, 139 pages, 24 full-page photographs of santos. Cloth cover with original dust jacket--both in fine condition. Merle Armitage was the designer of this volume. "...the first publication to devote its major content to the facts surrounding the primitive art of santo making."
Paterson: 1940, 1954. 76 pages, 7 drawings. Cloth cover.
Historical Society of New Mexico, Santa Fe: 1948. 94 pages, 5 unnumbered leaves of photographs. Jean Charlot designed the cover and the title page and Louie Ewing reproduced the cover design. Inscribed by the author to friends, dated 11-22-79.
Albuquerque: Univ. New Mexico Press, 1974. xiv, 272 pages. Fine condition.
San Francisco: 1998. 159 pages, 115 and 37 b/w photographs of Rio Grande and Chimayo textiles, straw applique and tin craft, woodworking and furniture, and santero art.
Albuquerque: 1949 (1st ed.). 278 pages, 53 b/w and 15 color illustrations. Cloth cover.
Albuquerque: 1949 (1st ed.). 278 pages, 53 b/w and 15 color illustrations. Very slight water stain on cover and to first 20 pages.
Norman: 1985. xiii, 310 pages, 23 archival photographs, 1 map. Cloth cover with dust jacket. Fine condition.
School of American Research, Santa Fe: 1958. 35 leaves, loose in a decorated, cloth-backed folio (11 1/2" x 17"); Most of the leaves contain gold, blue, red, and black drawings by Ralph Douglass. Hard board and cloth cover, decorated in gold. Edition limited to 600 copies--beautifully printed and illustrated.
Santa Fe: 1992. xvi, 320 pages, 150 color photographs and 164 b/w photographs--all large, many full-page. Cloth cover, small folio size (9" x 12 1/2"). Illustrating the developent of religious art, the unique Christian art, of northern New Mexico from 1780-1907, this elegant volume visually documents more than 400 santos...
Pasadena Art Museum: 1968. 20 pages, 19 photographs. Very good condition.
Santa Fe: 1994. viii, 96 pages, 112 color and 16 b/w photographs of objects in the collection of the Museum of International Folk Art. Hard board cover.
New York: 1946. 44 pages, 8 full-page photographs, 1 drawings.
Albuquerque: 1994. 237 pages, 120 color and 10 b/w photographs--most are full-page or half-page. Cloth cover.
Los Angeles: Craft and Folk Art Museum, 1988. 26 pages, 21 b/w and 3 full-page color photographs.
Santa Fe: 1987 (1st ed., 2nd printing). 91 pages, 4 full-page photographs, 22 drawings, 1 plan,1 map.
Pp. 223-227. Very good condition.