Analysis of Hohokam Pottery Design Softcover - 1936
by Amsden, Charles Avery
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Globe, AZ: Privately Printed. Good with no dust jacket. 1936. First Edition. Softcover. Medallion Papers No. XXIII. Privately printed for The Medallion, Gila Pueblo - Globe, Arizona. Beige wrappers with black lettering on cover and yapp edges. Moderate chipping and creasing to edges; a few small tears, including a two-inch diagonal tear on cover; some toning, especially to spine; mild soiling. Perfect binding is tight. Interior is clean. Previous owner's name on cover. Includes a frontispiece, black-and-white illustrations with the text, and two tables. The first part of this archaeological paper describes a method for structural analysis of pottery designs and the second part applies that method to the study of Hohokam pottery. Very scarce in commerce. ; B&W Illustrations; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 54 pp .
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- Title Analysis of Hohokam Pottery Design
- Author Amsden, Charles Avery
- Binding Softcover
- Edition First Edition
- Condition Good with no dust jacket
- Publisher Privately Printed, Globe, AZ
- Date 1936
- Bookseller's Inventory # 024506