Los Angeles: Otis Art Institute, 1965. 28 pages, 24 large photographs of African, pre-Columbian, Oceanic, American Indian, European, Oriental, and ancient containers.
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Museum fur Volkerkunde, Baer, G. 1967. 56 pages, 42 illustrations.
New York: 1987. 352 pages. Approximately 700 b/w and color photographs of ivory objects from Africa, Europe, the Pacific, Asia; North, Central, and South America, and from early civilizations. Cloth cover, small folio size (9 1/2" x 12").
Dresden: 1982/1983. 100 pages, 106 large photographs.
Berlin: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1970. 355 pages.
London: 1979. 100 pages, 52 b/w and 48 color photographs of structures of tribal peoples in Africa, Oceania, The Americas, and Eurasia.
Royal Scottish Museum, 1983. 96 pages, 96 b/w and 24 color photographs of musical instrumets from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas.
Los Angeles County Fair (exhibition catalogue), 1952. Approximately 50 pages (unpaginated) , approximately 150 photographs of ancient, pre-Columbian, Asian, and 20th century ceramic vessels and figures.
Field Museum: 1979. 88 pages, 50 b/w and 24 color photographs. Inevitably an exhibition of feather arts is dazzling if the objects are of high quality. Here the examples--from China, Hawaii, the Pomo Indians of California, the Karaja Indians of Brazil, the Incas of Peru, and others--are spectacular.
Basel: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1969. 32 pages, 17 pages of photographs of musical instruments from the Pacific, Northwest Coast, Asia, and Africa.
New York: 1976. 128 pages, 144 large photographs of indigenous and Western contemporary basketry around the world. cloth cover.
New York: 1902. xiv, 157 pages of text containing 43 drawings, plus 10 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.