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.
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.....
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.
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.
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.
Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs, 1940. xxi, 232 pages, 219 photographs, 41 drawings and plans, 1 map, 1 fold-out map. Edition limited to 750 copies. Water damage to lower 2" of front cover, causing discoloration and slight rippling; pages not affected.