Volume LI, Number 7
Indian Baskets are the focus of this issue:
Indian Basketry In Arizona
Basketry From The Rio Grande Classics
Arizona's Treasury of Prized Indian Basketry
Hopi, Papago, Pima, Aleut, Tlingit, Pomo, Panamint / Paiute, Washo, Chemehuevi, Apache, Yavapi
Hopi Baskets for Everyday Use
Indian Jewelry of the Prehistoric Southwest
Edward Sheriff Curtis, a small article and his photograph of "Tesuque Buffalo Dancers", "Datsolali", Maricopa fruit gatherer, Maricopa group, Yokuts basket designs, "By the pool", Basketry of Mission Indians, A Pima House, Apache Still Life and others of baskets.
Other Basketry photographs are by Jerry Jacka.
48 pages of wonderful illustrations and photographs.
Many of the illustrations in this issue could be framed & enjoyed on your walls!
A Wonderful way to learn and/or enjoy Indian Baskets!
Front and back covers shown:
Front cover: Three exquisite examples of coil basketry.
Back cover: Two excellent examples of shallow bowls by Mary Snyder, a Chemehuevi from the Colorado River Reservation, circa 1920..
Inside front cover: Yokuts baskets.
NEW CONDITION! Never mailed out.