Greenwich: New York Graphic Society, 1960. First edition. Hardcover. 244 pp. 250 plates with those in color, tipped-in and of excellent color fidelity: first-rate reproductions. There are seventy suchillustrations. Bibliography. A beautiful book written by a well-respected authority on Indian life, custom and artistic tradition. ARNTZEN/RAINWATER I603."An introductory essay is...
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Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1977. First edition. Hardcover. 246 pp. Copiously illustrated with text illustrations, color photographs by the author, and six maps. Foreword by Michael Coe. Glossary. Index. Noneof the authors' photographs have been published previously, and much new information is published here for the first time. Owner inscription.
Washington, DC: GPO, 1916. First edition. Hardcover. 130 pp.
NY: Macmillan, 1943. First edition. Hardcover. More than 950illustrations were selected by the author. Fifty-one archaeological sites are illustrated. Bibliography. Index. ARNTZEN/RAINWATERI616. "Very influential in the early development of interest in pre-Columbian art. Extensively illustrated with pieces from the United States southwest southward through Andean Peru." CHAMBERLAIN 637. LUCAS p48.
NY: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1959. First edition. Glossy Pictorial Cover. 124 pp. Illustrated with ninety-nine plates in black and white and color. Includes essays by Alfred Kidder II and Carlos Samayoa Chinchilla. List of Some Generaland Technical Books on the Maya. Clean, fresh copy.
Geneva: Skira, 1964. First edition. Hardcover. 229 pages. Small folio, 145 illustrations, eighty-five tipped-in color plates. Index of Names and Places.
Washington, DC: GPO, 1919. First edition. Hardcover. 56 pp.
Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1965. First edition. Hardcover. 224 pp. Voluminously illustrated, mostly in black and white, and with fourteen pages of color plates. Bibliography. Index. A survey of CanadianEskimo art. Swinton notes, "the eventual decline of Eskimo carving will not result from the artists having better tools, but from...
NY: Orion, 1990. First edition. Hardcover. 288 pp. 181 full-color and 133 black and white photographs. Index. Introduction by George P. Horse Capture. A survey of Indian life andculture after Columbus written by the former director of the National Anthropology Archives of The Smithsonian Institution. Well illustrated.