Indian Art America: The Arts and Crafts of the North American Indians.

DOCKSTADER, Frederick J.

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Place Published: London
Publisher: Studio
Date Published: 1965

Description: Color frontispiece 69 other mounted color plates, 180 black and white illustrations. 224pp. Oblong 4to, red-stamped yellow cloth (slight wear at edges), chipped d.w. London: Studio Books, (no date, circa 1966). A very good(+) copy.

Comments: By the director of the Museum of the American Indian, New York.

Jacket: Y
Binding: hardcover
Condition: very good(+)
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 163781


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