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81 HELLER, Barbara, Anthea MALLINSON, and Ruth SCHEUING (eds.) MALLINSON, Anthea SCHEUING, Ruth Making a Place for Tapestry : Symposium 1993
British Columbia Society of Tapestry Artists, (BCSTAR), and The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC, 1993, ISBN:189569504X 
HELLER, Barbara, Anthea MALLINSON, and Ruth SCHEUING, (eds.). Making a Place for Tapestry : Symposium 1993. Vancouver, BC : Published by The British Columbia Society of Tapestry Artists, (BCSTAR), and The Canadian Craft Museum, (1993). Pp (6),1-106,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, maroon and grey card covers.Contents : Introduction by Jean Mallinson. Keynote Address: Making and Myt hology, Dr. Stephen Inglis. Panel 1. "Critical Thinking." Chaired by Ruth Scheuing. Diana Wood Conroy, Marcel Marois (French), Marcel Marois (English translation), Roselyn Morrison, Janis Jefferies, Panel 1 Discussion. Panel 2. "Process and Product." Chaired by Anthea Mallinson. Archie Brennan, Robyn Daw, Christine Laffer, Debbie Sparrow, Panel m2 Discussion. Panel 3. "Making a Place." Chaired by Sharon Marcus, organized by Barbara Heller. Peter Harris, Beatrijs Sterk, Liane Davison, Sharon Marcus, Panel m3 Discussion. Closing Discussion. Appendices : Symposium Schedule; Slide Lecture by Beatrijs Sterk; Biographies. Some pen marks, else very good. 40.00

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82 HENRY, Michel, (ed.) La Courte-Pointe...un besoin autrefois, un trésor aujourd'hui / Quilts...yesterday's necessity, todays treasure. Un project des dames d'Acadie de Lamèque
Moncton, NB, 1988, ISBN:2893680178 
HENRY, Michel. (ed.). La Courte-Pointe...un besoin autrefois, un trésor aujourd'hui / Quilts...yesterday's necessity, todays treasure. Un project des dames d'Acadie de Lamèque. Moncton, NB: n.p., 1988. Pp. 124, Fully illustrated. Bilingual text. 4to, pink ill. card covers, white spiral bound. "La courte-pointe... est le résultat d'un projet des Dames d'Acadie de Lamèque. Elles ont collectionné au delà de 80 modèles de courte-pointes fabriquées par aes acadiennes de la région. Le livre montre bien ces clivers modèles avec des photos couleurs et donne en grandeur nature le patron de chaque morceau que vous aurez besoin pour les confectionner. Chaque pièce est un trésoraujourd'hui... / Quilts... is the result of a project undertaken by a grou p of Acadian women in Lamèque. They have collected over 80 different quilt models traditionally made by women in the area. This book illustrates thesedifferent models with the help of color photographs and life-size patterns , detailing all the pieces required to assemble these quilts. Each one is amasterpiece...." (from the back cover). A few rubbed marks, else very good . 25.00

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83 HICKMAN, Elmer Wallace New Weaves from Old [2 binders]
HICKMAN, Elmer Wallace. New Weaves from Old [2 binders]., n.d. [1960s?]. Pp : Binder I - (20 leaves), interleaved with 10 leaves of fabric samples; Binder II - (20 leaves), interleaved with 12 leaves of fabric samples. 4to, blue cloth three-ring binder, paper label to front cover. Patterns and instruction for various woven materials, interleaved with actual samples of the yarn used along with a pece of the final product. Binder I : 1. Raspberry Sundae. 2. Peasant Holiday. 3. Snowflake. 4. Golden Pheasant. 5. Fantasia. 6. Gray Dawn. 7. Twinkle Light. 8. Coral Sea. Winter Moon. 10.Wedgewood. Binder II : 1. Redbird. 2. Daffodil. 3. Bittersweet. 4. Danish Brocade. 5. Aristocrat. 6. Early Autumn. 7. Promenade. 8. Chatelaine. 9. Evening Star. 10. Green Briar. 11. Magnolia Blossom. 12. Symphony. Spine sunned to brown, penned name and address to inside front cover, tear at puncture on some leaves, else very good. The two binders for 300.00

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84 HOLMES, William H. Textile Fabrics of Ancient Peru
Government Printing Office, Washington, 1889, 
HOLMES, William H. Textile Fabrics of Ancient Peru. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of Ethnology. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1889. Pp (4),5-17,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, pale green stapled wrappers, lettered in black. "The occasion for the preparation of this paper was furnished by the request of Mr. E. A. Barber, of Philadelphia, that I should make a brief studyof a small but select series of Peruvian fabrics belonging to him, and for warded to me for examination. In prosecuting this work I had occasion to examine the line collections of ancient Peruvian textiles recently acquired by the Bureau of Ethnology. These fabrics, so far as is known, are representative of the best period of aboriginal textile art, and are conceded by allto be marvels of execution and design." (p. 5). SHIPING CHARGES MAY BE RED UCED DUE TO LIGHT WEIGHT. Covers detached, spine and margins browned, tearsto spine ends and fore-edge, institutional inkstamp, else very good. 25.00

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85 HOOD, Adrienne D. Fashioning Fabric : The Arts of Spinning and Weaving in Early Canada.
James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Publishers, Toronto , 2007, ISBN:9781550289800 
HOOD, Adrienne D. Fashioning Fabric : The Arts of Spinning and Weaving in Early Canada. Toronto : James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Publishers, (2007). First Edition. Pp [1]-93,(3). Illustrated. Index. Double Column. Square 8vo, illustrated brown card covers. “In this book, Adrienne Hood explores the methods, tools, and patterns used by early Canadians to create homemade textiles. The Acadians, Québécois, Scots, English, American Loyalists, and German Mennonites all brought with them traditions that were reflected in their beautiful handiwork. The process was laborious - it took a full day to spina pound of wool - but also social and creative. Families gathered to card fleece in front of the fire, and neighbours sang together as they pounded cloth. As settlements prospered, spinning-wheel makers opened shops and commercial weavers set up operations - until industrial mills moved the whole process out of the home. Lavishly illustrated with colour photographs, this book describes all the stages in making fabric and offers striking examplesof clothing, quilts, and coverlets.” - from the back cover. Very good. 20. 00

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Magyar Nép-Muvészet.  in dj, Hungary -Folk Art)
86 Hungary -Folk Art) Magyar Nép-Muvészet. in dj
Hofer Támas és Fél Edit, 1975, ISBN:9631310175 
(Hungary -Folk Art). Magyar Nép-Muvészet. Hofer Támas és Fél Edit, (1975). Pp. 64, [282] with 638 plates, several tipped in. Text in Hungarian.4to, green cloth, decorative in-blind pattern to front, black titles to sp ine. A large volume showing hundreds of examples of Hungarian folk art, with photographs of wooden and pottery items, traditional costumes, textiles and religious items. Faint dampstaining to rear board, else vg in torn dj. 80.00

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Tapestries : Their Origin, History and Renaissance.., HUNTER, George Leland
87 HUNTER, George Leland Tapestries : Their Origin, History and Renaissance..
John Lane Co., New York , 1912, 
HUNTER, George Leland. Tapestries : Their Origin, History and Renaissance. With Four Illustrations in Color and 147 Halftone Engravings. New York : John Lane Co., 1912. Pp 438. Lg 8vo, decorated green cloth, t.e.g. Rubbed, else very good. 90.00

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88 KAHLENBERG, Mary Hunt, and Anthony BERLANT BERLANT, Anthony Navajo Blanket. Second printing in dustjacket
Praeger Publishers, Inc., New York / Washington, 1973, ISBN:0875870503 
KAHLENBERG, Mary Hunt, and Anthony BERLANT. The Navajo Blanket. (New York /Washington) : Praeger Publishers, Inc., in association with the Los Angele s County Museum of Art, (1973). Second Printing. Pp (1),2-112. Illustrated.4to, blue cloth, silver lettering to spine. Foreword by Laura Gilpin. Iver son, The Navajos: A Critical Bibliography 75. "The increasing awareness of the creative achievements of the American Indian peoples is one of the mostencouraging developments to come out of this highly technological age. And with this revival of interest in native American arts has come renewed ent husiasm for the exquisite blankets produced by the Navajo women. Consideredby the Navajo themselves as their highest form of art, Navajo blankets exh ibit technical excellence, beauty of design, and high aesthetic qualities that combine to make them some of the most magnificent products of the Indian cultures. Highly sought after by collectors—many of whom are contemporaryartists —the blankets have not only influenced some contemporary art style s, but indeed, stylistic affinities and strong motifs can be seen in comparison with the worK of such artists as Georgia O'Keeffe, Frank Stella, Kenneth Noland, and Jasperm Johns. In this beautifully illustrated book, representing the work of eighty-one Navajo women in the nineteenth century, Mary Hunt Kahlenberg and Antnony Berlant shed new light on the important stylistic developments in Navajo weaving in view of mid-twentieth-century interest in abstract design. Beginning with the earliest surviving specimens, which date from the first years of the nineteenth centiury, and proceeding through the classical period of the mid-1800's to the "eye dazzlers" of the late 1880.s (a period hitherto ignored or overlooked in literature), when blankets broke away from traditional styles, the authors discuss the role of the blanket as the principal garment of the Navajo and also as an important expression of the individuality of both the wearer and the weaver. In a brief history of the Navajo peoples that encompass their arrival in the Southwest, their eighteenth-century development into a rich and powerful tribe, and their present status as the largest Indian group in the United States, the authors emphasze the changes in color, design, and materials as the Navajs came in touch with Indian, Spanish, and white American cultures. Here, in sixteen beautiful color plates and eighty-one high-quality black-and-white illustrations, are the spectacular blankets of each period, running the gamut of color and design, each representing months of creative effort. A tribute to the Navajo culture, these blankets will no doubt add to the growing appreciation of a rich heritage." (from the dj). Very good in sunned, micked, price-clipped dustjacket. 30.00

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89 KEENE, Susan Warner (curator) Marna Goldstein Brauner, Nancy Edell, Marcel Marois : Pictorial space: New textile images / Un nouvel espace pictural dans I'art textile, September 15- December 2, 1990 / 15 septembre - 2 decembre 1990
Museum for Textiles, Toronto, 1990, ISBN:096908773x 
KEENE, Susan Warner (curator). Marna Goldstein Brauner, Nancy Edell, MarcelMarois : Pictorial space: New textile images / Un nouvel espace pictural d ans I'art textile, September 15 - December 2, 1990 / 15 septembre - 2 decembre 1990. Toronto : The Museum for Textiles, ((1990). Pp (2),3-24. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, brown stapled card covers, letered in white. An exhibition catalogue. Contents : Foreword / Préface (by/par Lynne Milgram); Acknowledgments / Remerciements (by/par Susan Warner Keene); Pictorial Space: New Textile Images (by Susan Warner Keene); Un nouvel espace pictural da ns l'art textile (par Susan Warner Keene); Marna Goldstein Brauner; Nancy Edell; Marcel Marois; Lis of Works / Liste des ouevres. Bilingual (French and English) texts. Very good. 30.00

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90 KOBAYASHI, Terry, Michael BIRD, and Elizabeth PRICE BIRD, Michael PRICE, Elizabeth Folk Treasures of Historic Ontario
Ontario Heritage Foundation, Toronto, 1985, ISBN:0774398760 
KOBAYASHI, Terry, Michael BIRD, and Elizabeth PRICE. Folk Treasures of Historic Ontario. Presented by the Ontario Heritage Foundation, Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture in association with the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa. (Toronto : Ontario Heritage Foundation, 1985). Pp (7),6-128,(2). Illustrated. Square 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers, lettered in redand blue. Contents : Introduction. 1. Graphic Works. 2. Textiles. 3. Sculp ture. 4. Utilitarian Objects. 5. Gamesboards. 6. Furniture and Accessories.Lenders to the Exhibition. Spine sunned, else very good. 20.00

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91 KOLANDER, Cheryl. Silk Worker's Notebook. First Edition, Limited, Numbered, Signed Edition.
Cheryl Kolander, Myrtle Creek, Oregon, 1979, 1979 
KOLANDER, Cheryl. A Silk Worker's Notebook. (Myrtle Creek, Oregon : Cheryl Kolander, 1979). First Edition. Pp (2),[1]-120,(4),+ 18 pp plates. Text Illustrations. Index. Oblong 8vo, Japanese bound brown card covers.

With seven fabric samples affixed :
p. 53 Damask of Satin & Crêpe - sparkle & lustre controlled by yarns & weave,
p. 73 Crêpe de Chine,
p. 76 Honam Pongee,
p. 80 Tussah & White Silk Noils - threaded and picked alternately,
p. 81 Tussah Silk - Paper Jan by Sousa,
p. 83 Sari Silk,
p. 86 Chinese Tussah Raw Silk,

Contents :
1. The Story.
2. The Fibre.
3. Reeled & Spun.
4. Yarns I: Fibre & Form.
5. Yarns II: Twist, Ply & Function.
6. Handspinning.
7. Fabrics.
8. Care.
With bibliography and index.

No. 328 of 500 signed copies.

Name, else a very good copy. Numbered and signed by the author. 175.00

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92 KOPP, Joel and Kate American Hooked and Sewn Rugs : Folk Art Underfoot. Second Edition
E.P. Dutton, Inc., New York, 1985, ISBN:9525481109 
KOPP, Joel and Kate. American Hooked and Sewn Rugs : Folk Art Underfoot. New York : E.P. Dutton, Inc., (1985). Second Edition. Pp (6),7-141,(3). Illustrated. Index. 4to, illustrated orange card covers, lettered in red and blue. "This is a revised and enlarged edition of the landmark book by Joel anaKate Kopp, which was first published by E. P. Dutton in 1975. This new edi tion is even more lavishly illustrated than the original book, for it contains over 250 illustrations, with nearlv 200 of them reproduced in color. Inthe text and illustrations the authors succinctly trace the origins and de velopment of the hooked rug from its beginnings in eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century yarn-sewn bed rugs to twentieth-century examples of hookedrues. [...] American Hooked and Sewn Rugs presents beautifully and concise ly the essential facts for an informed understanding of why our besf hookedand sewn rugs deserve to be valued as an important expression of American folk art." (from inside front cover). Contents : Introduction; Bed Rugs; Yarn-Sewn Rugs; Shirred Rugs; Hooked Rugs - Part I: Nineteenth Century Patterns; Hooked Rugs - Part II: Twentieth Century Patterns; Other Rug-Sewing Techniques; -Cleaning, Storage, and Display; Illustrations of Techniques. Notes. Includes a section on Grenfell Rugs (pp 92-93), and Nova Scotia (pp.87-88). Spine sunned, penned name, else very good. 25.00

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93 KUBOTA, Itchiku. Itchiku Tsujigahana.
Virginia Lithograph, Inc, Arlington, VA , 1995, 
KUBOTA, Itchiku. Itchiku Tsujigahana. (Arlington, VA : Virginia Lithograph,Inc.1995). Pp [1]-132,(4). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated grey card covers, French flaps. An exhibition catalogue to accompany the exhibition Homage t o Nature: Landscape Kimonos by Itchiku Kubota, held at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, June 2 – October 29, 1985, and The National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., November 16, 1995 – April 7, 1996. Bilingual texts (French and English). Owner'sname ticket, else very good. 75.00

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94 LARSEN, Jack Lenor BUHLER, Alfred SALYOM, Bronwen and Garrett HANSON, Bob Dyer's Art : ikat, batik, plangi. First Printing in dusttjacket
Van NostrandReinhold Limited, New York, 1976, ISBN:0442246854 
LARSEN, Jack Lenor. The Dyer's Art : ikat, batik, plangi. New York, et al :Van Nostrand Reinhold Limited, (1976). First Printing. Pp (11),[12]-272. I llustrated. Index. Double Column. 4to, blue cloth, gilt to front board and spine. "This luxurious volume is the first to focus exclusively on resist dyeing as an art form. It brings together superb examples from cultures on every continent, and includes the work of many contemporary artist-craftsmen. The extraordinary story of the discovery, development, trade, and importance of these age-old techniques is sensitively told, with keen insights into the relationship of historic and tribal styles to the achievements of themodern dyer. Sumptuously illustrated throughout - including 90 magnificent full-color photographs - the book is literally a museum of the dyer's art throughout the ages. Many of the hundreds of photographs - including those of the world's oldest extant resistdyed fabric - are published here for thefirst time. The authors present resist dyeing in its many ramifications, w ith full discussion and documentation of ikat (fabrics woven from resist-dyed fabrics), plangi (tie-dye, fold-dye, and stitch-dye fabrics), and batik (fabrics patterned by the application of liquefied wax, paste, starch or other substances to resist dye). Displayed are the classic batiks of Java, West Africa and the Congo, along with the great ikats of Turkistan, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, and many others. Although history, style, and technique are thoroughly analyzed, the emphasis is always on aesthetics and ingenuity." (from the dj). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good in spine-sunned, price-clipped dustjacket. 50.00

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95 LAWRIE, L.G. Bibliography of Dyeing and Textile Printing : Comprising a list of books from the sixteenth century to the present time. First Edition in dustjacket.
Chapman & Hall Ltd., London, 1949, 
LAWRIE, L.G. A Bibliography of Dyeing and Textile Printing : Comprising a list of books from the sixteenth century to the present time. London: Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1949. First Printing. Pp. (6),7-143,(1). 8vo, grey cloth with gilt titles to front and spine. "While this book makes no pretence to be a detailed bibliography, in the bibliophile's sense of the term, it aims toprovide a useful list of references both for historical and practical use. Although it would not be true to say that there existed no bibliography re lating to the subject of dyeing, as an excellent list was produced by Mr. Jules Garcon in 1893, with this exception those lists which have been compiled contain relatively few entries and are mostly out of print and difficultto obtain. The art of dyeing does not, therefore, possess anything in the nature of a comprehensive list of books published since the beginning of printing to the present time." - from the dustjacket. Includes over eight hundred entries. Faint discoloured spotting to spine, a bit musty, else very good in rubbed, nicked, verso-tape-repaired, unclipped dustjacket. 20.00

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96 LEWIS, Albert Buell Anthropology Design Series No. 2 Javanese Batik Designs from Metal Stamps
Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 1924, 
LEWIS, Albert Buell. Javanese Batik Designs from Metal Stamps. AnthropologyDesign Series No. 2. Chicago : Field Museum of Natural History, 1924. Pp ( 2),1-2,+ 24 plates (2 in colour). 4to, tan stapled card covers, black lettering and Javanese design to front cover. "The process of drawing or painting a design in wax on cloth so that when dyed only that part not covered by the wax takes the color, has been known and practised in Java for manv generations. Cloth which has been treated and dyed in this way is known as batik. The wax is put on the cloth by means of a smallcopper container with a long slender spout. This is called a tjanting. The waxing of the cloth is a slow and tedious process, and is done only by the women." (from p. 1). Tearto top spine, margins browned, penned name, else very good. 25.00

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97 LIBERTY, Arthur Lasenby) STRONG, Roy, Director ADBURGHAM, Alison ASLIN, Elizabeth Liberty's, 1875-1975 : An Exhibition to Mark the Firm's Century, July-October 1975, Victoria & Albert Museum
Victoria & Albert Museum, London, 1975, ISBN:0901486892 
(LIBERTY, Arthur Lasenby). STRONG, Roy, Director. Liberty's, 1875-1975 : AnExhibition to Mark the Firm's Century, July-October 1975, Victoria & Alber t Museum. London: Victoria & Albert Museum, (1975). First Printing. Printedby McCorquodale Printers. Pp. (2),[3]-128. Illustrated in black and white. Square 8vo, decorated brown card covers with white and red titles to front , white titles to spine. A catalogue of an exhibition at the V&A of the objets d'art sold by Sir Arthur Lasenby Liberty's Liberty & Co. department story in London, who specialized in porcelain, jewellery, and curiously fashionable objects, shown on the company's hundredth anniversary. Includes introductory essays by Alison Adburgham ("Arthur Lasenby Liberty and the shop's first 40 years"), Edmund Capon, A.R.E. North, and Veronica Murphy ("The Eastern Bazaar"), Elizabeth Aslin ("Furniture"), Barbara Moris and Valerie Mendes ("Textiles, Embroideries and Carpets"), Madeleine Ginsburg ("Costume"),Shirley Bury ("The Cymric and Tudric Schemes"), and David Coachworth ("Cer amics and Glass"). Contents: A. The Liberty Story; B. The Eastern Bazaar; C. The Aesthetic Movement; D. Stile Liberty; E. The Tudor Twenties; F. The Floral Thirties; G. The Festival Fifties and the Art Nouveau Revival; H. Libert's Now. Very good. 100.00

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98 LOCK, Carolyn Country Colours : A Guide to Natural Dyeing in Nova Scotia.. First Edition
Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax , 1981, ISBN:091968016x 1981 091968016x / 9780919680166 
LOCK, Carolyn. Country Colours: A Guide to Natural Dyeing in Nova Scotia. Plant illustration by Fred Scott. Halifax : Nova Scotia Museum, 1981. Pp (6),69,(5). Illustrated. Large 8vo, green card covers. Contents: Historic Perspective; Directions for Natural Dyeing of Wool; Collecting Dye Plants; Special Dyestuffs; Materials, Equipment and Safety; and Problems; With annotated bibliography. Very good. 15.00

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99 LURCAT, Jean) Panorama of Tapestry : A Tribute to Jean Lurcat / En hommage a Jean Lurcat (1892-1966)
American Tapestry Alliance, Chiloquin, OR, 1986, 
(LURCAT, Jean). Panorama of Tapestry : A Tribute to Jean Lurcat / En hommage a Jean Lurcat (1892-1966). First Canadian—U.S. Tapestry Exhibition curated by American Tapestry Alliance - Chiloquin, Oregon USA. June 26 to Auqust 14,1986—Edwarrd Johnson Building, University nf Toronto. Canada. (Chiloquin, OR : American Tapestry Alliance, 1986). Pp (2),3-40. Illustrated in Colour. 4to, black stapled card covers, gilt lettering and a cut-out window to front cover. Dedicated to Jean Lurcat, this exhiibition featured works by the following Canadian and American wevers : Jean Lurcat; Marcel Marois; Muriel Nezhnie; Mary Donovan; Murray David Gibson; Tricia Goldberg; Louise Weaver Greene; Sandra Harner; Grete Boddgaard Heikes; Barbara Heller; Susan Hart Henegar; Elaine Ireland; Victor Jacoby; Jane Kidd; Greg King; Pat Kirbv; Lea Makinen Lyman; Ilona Mack; Sharon Marcus; Martha Matthews; Phoebe McAfee; Mary Jane Miller & Valentin Gomez; Julia Mitchell; Melanie Roden-Siegel;Scheuer Tapestry Studio; JudV Schuster; Carol Sh;nn; C. Elizabeth Smathers ; Judith Verostko-Petree. Penned note to title page, else very good. 25.00

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100 LYNCH, Thomas F. (ed.) SMITH, C. Earle, Jr. KAUTZ, Robert R. Guitarrero Cave : Early Man in the Andes. First printing
Academic Press, New York, 1980, ISBN:012460580X 
LYNCH, Thomas F. (ed.). Guitarrero Cave : Early Man in the Andes. New York : Academic Press, (1980). First Printing. Pp (6),vii-xviii,(4),3-328,(4). Illustrated. Map Index. Large 8vo, grey cloth, black and silver lettering tofront board and spine. A volume in the Studies in Archaeology series. Cont ents : I. The Site : Its Relationships with the Environment, Past and Present. 1. Setting and Excavations (by Thomas F. Lynch). 2. Stratigraphy and Chronology (by Thomas F. Lynch). 3. Pollen Analysis and Paleoethnobotany (by Robert R. Kautz). Appendix: Sedimentological Analysis of Pollen Samples (byBrian Hatoff). 4. Vegetation and Land Use nearGuitarrero Cove (by C. Earle Smith, Jr.). II. Prehistoric Use and Modification of Plants and Animals. 5 . Plant Remains from Guitarrero Cave (by C. Earle Smith, Jr.). 6. Ancient Peruvian Highland Maize (by C. Earle Smith, Jr.). 7. Variation in the Cultivated Beans (by Lawrence Kaplan). 8. Faunal Remains (by Elizabeth S. Wing). III. The Artifacts. 9. Artifacts Made from Stone and Other Inorganic Materials (by Thomas F. Lynch). 10. Bone and Wood Tools. 11. Cordage, Basketry, and Textiles (by J.,M. Adovasio and Robert F. Maslowski). IV. Guitarrero Cave in Perspective. 12. Guitarrero Cave in Its Andean Context (by Thomas F. Lynch). Ex-library (spine label, inkstamps, information stickers), else verygood. 45.00

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