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A COLLECTION OF FIFTY-THREE BOOKS

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A COLLECTION OF FIFTY-THREE BOOKS
primarily relating to Southwest Indian art, including, Holstein, P., Erdman, D. Enduring Visions, 1000 Years of Southwestern Indian Art; Otis Art Institute, Kachinas; Washburn, D., Living In Balance: The Universe of the Hopi, Zuni, Navajo, and Apache; Los Angeles County Art Institute, Southwest American Indian Art; Amsden, C., Navaho Weaving: Its Technic and History; Bahnimptewa, C., Dancing Kachinas: A Hopi Artist's Documentary; Bernstein, B., Modern By Tradition: American Indian Painting in the Studio Style; Cohen, L., Art of Clay; Crotty, H., Honoring the Dead: Anasazi Ceramics from the Rainbow Bridge Monument Valley Expedition; Forrest, S., Artistry in Wool; Goddard, P., Indians of the Southwest; Guthe, C., Pueblo Pottery Making: A Study of the Village of San Ildefonso Papers of the Southwestern Expedition, Number Two; Harvey, B., Ritual in Pueblo Art: Hopi Life in Hopi Painting; Hedlund, A., Reflections of the Weaver's World; Highwater, J., Song From the Earth: American Indian Painting; Hood, G., The Art of America's Southwest Indians; Jeffrey, C., Navajo Blankets From the Collection of Tony Berlant; Jernigan, E., Jewelry of the Prehistoric Southwest; Kelly, R., Navaho Figurines Called Dolls; Kirk, R., Zuni Fetishism; Laniel-le Francois, M-e., Pierre, J., Camacho, J., Kachina Des Indiens Hopi; Laniel-le Francois, M-e., Wright, B., Kachina: Poupee Rituelles des Indiens Hopi et Zuni; Lincoln, L. Southwest Indian Silver From the Doneghy Collection; Lowie, R., Notes on Hopi Klans American Museum of Natural History; Martin, P., Mineral Creek Site and Hooper Ranch Pueblo, Eastern Arizona; Martin, P., Archaeological Work in the Ackmen-Lowry Area; Martin, P., The Su Site: Excavations at a Mogollon Village, Western New Mexico (three volumes); Martin, P., Turkeyfoot Ridge Site; Martin, P., Higgins Flat Pueblo, Western New Mexico; Martin, P., Caves of the Reserve Area; Martin, P., Anasazi Painted Pottery ; Matthews, W., The Mountain Chant; Maxwell, G., Navajo Rugs: Past, Present, and Future; Parezo, N., Perry, R., Allen, R., Southwest Native American Arts and Material Culture (volume one and two); Pepper, G., Pueblo Bonito; Reichard, G., Agentive an Causative Elements in Navajo; Rinaldo, J., Foote Canyon Pueblo, Eastern Arizona; Rodee, M., Old Navajo Rugs; Roediger, V., Ceremonial Costures of the Pueblo Indians: Their Evolution, Fabricating, and Significance in the Prayer Drama; Roessel Jr., R., Navajo Arts and Crafts; Sanner, H-U., Katcinam: Figuren der Pueblo-Indianer Nordamerikas aus der Studiensammlung Horst Antes; Schaaf, G., Honoring the Weavers: The Dr. Gregory Schaaf Collection; Toulouse, B., Pueblo Pottery of the New Mexico Indians; Triadan, D., Ceramic Commodities and Common Containers; Underhill, R., Pueblo Crafts; Washburn, D., The Elkus Collection; Whiteford, A., Peckham, S., Dillingham, R., Fox, N., Kent, K., I Am Here: Two Thousand Years of Southwest Indian Arts and Culture; Worth, W. Ute Indian Arts and Culture: From Prehistory to the New Millenium; Wright, B., Pueblo Shields from the Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection; the 8th and 16th Annual Reports from the Bureau of American Ethnology: 1886-1887, 1894-1895; Two Bulletins from the Bureau of American Ethnology: No. 035, 1907, No. 082, 1926; (53)
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