Kluckhohn and several young men/students make trips into the Rainbow Bridge, Colorado River, San Juan River and the Kaiparowits region in the late 1920s. The adventurers use horses, mules and an occasional Indian guide. A most interesting, if not exciting, read. Photos by James Hanks. Farquhar: "The Rainbow Bridge and Indian life in the Navaho country in an easy-going story told by a distinguished anthropologist." Farquhar 122. An excellent copy, very minor rubbing to corners, No names or writing in this copy, scarce to rare in any condition.Bright dark blue cover with as new gilt title, bright gilt title on spine with red emblem. A Very Good Plus copy. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: BEYOND THE RAINBOW.
Publisher: The Christopher Publishing House, Boston, 1933, 8vo., black cloth w/gilt, 271pp., illus., map endpapers.
Publication Date: 1933
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description The Christopher Publishing House, Boston, 1933. First edition. 271pp. Octavo [20.5 cm] Black cloth with title gilt stamped on the front board. Map endsheets. Very good. Lettering on the backstrip is gently faded. Bumped at the corners. Name and date small in ink at the head of the front free endsheet. Illustrated with black and white photographs. The Rainbow bridge and Indian Life in the Navajo country in an easygoing story told by a distinguished anthropologist. Uncommon work. Farquhar 122. Seller Inventory # 32909