Lot 6    

Bandelier, A.F. Investigations Among the Indians of the Southwestern
2003 American Indian Arts. Sept. 12-13
United States, Carried on Mainly in the Years From 1880 to 1885. Parts I and II. Papers of the Archaeological Institute of America, American series III. Cambridge: John Wilson & Son Univ. Press, 1890 & 1892. 8vo, both parts bound as one in green cloth boards with detached original printed paper boards included, 591 pp including all plates and maps. Rare early reports on American SW archaeology.

Provenance:  
Ex Libris, Dr. Kent D. Vickery


Condition:  
As above with margins slightly trimmed when rebound, else VG.
Est $150 - $200
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