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Pingenot Auction, Lot 403

403. [NATIVE AMERICANS: ARTS]. Lot of 9 titles, including:

ADAIR, John. The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1944. Illustrations. 8vo, cloth. Fine in d.j.

MADSEN, Charles Avery. Navajo Weaving: Its Technical and Its History. New Mexico: Rio Grande Press, 1974. Full-color fold-out illustrations. 8vo, cloth, two-color metallic embossing on front, one color on spine. Fine.
Fifth printing.

BE DINGER, Margery. Indian Silver, Navajo and Pueblo Jewelers. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1973. Illustrations. 8vo, cloth. Find in d.j.
         First edition, second printing (1st, 1972).

COLTON, Harold S. Hopi Kachina Dolls with a Key to Their Identification. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1959. Illustrations, color photographs. 8vo, cloth. Fine in d.j.
         Revised edition.

HOLLISTER, U. S. The Navaho and His Blanket. Glorieta: Rio Grande Press, [1974]. Illustrations plus 10 color plates. 4to, pictorial cloth, three-color foil embossing on front, bronze on spine. Very fine.
         Second printing.

JAMES, George Wharton. Indian Blankets and Their Makers: The Navajo. Glorieta: Rio Grande Press, 1974. Illustrations, endpaper maps. 4to, cloth, two-color foil embossing on front, bronze on spine. Very fine.
Third printing.

POGUE, Joseph E. Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences. Volume XII, Part II. Second Memoir. Third Memoir. Glorieta: Rio Grande Press, 1973. Plates, color and black and white photographs. 4to, cloth, three-color foil embossing on front and blue on spine.
         Fifth printing. Pingenot: This volume consists mainly of the "Third Memoir" by Joseph E. Pogue, "The Turquois. A Study of Its History, Mineralogy, Geology, Ethnology, Archaeology, Mythology, Folklore, and Technology." Publisher’s Preface says, "the work contains everything you might want to know about Turquoise, but were always afraid to ask."

TANNER, Clara Lee,(editor). Arizona Highways Indian Arts and Crafts. Arizona Highways, 1976. Color photographic illustrations. 4to, pictorial cloth. Very fine in very good d.j. torn at one corner.

TANNER, Clara Lee. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1973. Illustrations. 4to, cloth. Very fine in d.j.

(9 vols.)