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Washington: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1937. Illus. 217pp. 4to, green cloth, front cover warped and lightly soiled, corners bumped. Washington: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1937. First Edition Contains the following: No. 20. Smith, A. Ledyard. Structure A-XVIII, Uaxactun. No. 21. Beyer, Herman. Studies on the Inscriptions of Chichen Itza. No. 22. Thompson, J. Eric. A New Method of Deciphering Yucatecan Dates with Special Reference to Chichen Itza. No. 23. Kempton, J. H. and Popenoe, Wilson. Teosinte in Guatemala. Report of.....
Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, S. E. P., 1952. 527 Illus., six in color. 389pp. Small folio, blue cloth, d.w. chipped, torn, lightly soiled, and dampstained, cloth covers warped, head of cloth spine faded, edges of cloth corners lightly worn, pages throughout are slightly wavy. Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, S. E. P., 1952. Limited First Edition Text in Spanish.
New York: Harper, 1887. Many Illus., several maps, one large and folding. xlvi, 514pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 4to, original blue cloth, spine very worn, edges of corners worn and very bumped. New York: Harper, 1887. First American Edition. Lacks last plate of a mask found at Mitla on page 512. Palau 67185. Internally, a tight, bright copy.