THE SOUTHWESTERN JOURNALS OF ADOLPH F. BANDELIER, 1880-1892
Albuquerque and Santa Fe: The University of New Mexico Press, 1966. First edition. Hardcover. Edited and Annotated by Charles H. Lange, Carroll L. Riley, and Elizabeth M. Lange. Four volumes. Illustrated with photographs, maps, and drawings by Adolph Bandelier. Albuquerque and Santa Fe: The University of New Mexico Press and The School of American Research, 1966-1984. First editions. As one of the first systematic anthropologists to work in the United States, Bandelier (1840-1914) helped to lay the foundations of the science through these previously unpublished, keenly observed daily journal entries describing his travels and investigations among the indigenous peoples of New Mexico and the American Southwest. Signed and dated by editor Charles H. Lange on the title page of the first volume. From the library of Bruce Bryan, the first Staff Archaeologist at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and a long time curator at the Southwest Museum of the American Indian in Los Angeles, with his bookplate in the first and third volumes. Original cloth bindings. The dust jackets are lightly edgeworn, with some general minor sun fading along the extremities; otherwise a very good set. Very Good / Very Good. Item #57156
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