Quarto. 35 (1)pp. Original pictorial wrappers with blue lettering on cover. Exhibition catalog with compelling b/w in-text reproductions of photographs of artifacts. "The focus is on material from the Elema peoples of Orokolo Bay and does not include any of the Museum's extensive holdings from elsewhere in the Papuan gulf. All field photographs in the monograph are reproduced from F. E. Williams' Drama of Orokolo (1940). The illustrated objects were collected largely between 1900 and 1936." (Author). Blind stamp of Library of Norman Hurst on halt title. Wrappers with light wear and bumping along edges. Wrappers and interior in overall good+ to very good condition. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Hevehe. Art, Economics and Status in the ...
Publisher: Museum of Cultural History, UCLA
Publication Date: 1982
Book Condition: vg
Edition: First edition.
Book Description UCLA, Los Angeles, 1982. Softcover. Silver-grey stapled wraps with color image and blue lettering. 35 pp. with bw frontis and 38 bw illustrations, including 1 map. Catalogue from the exhibition of December 1982 to February 1983 at the Museum of Cultural History Gallery, UCLA. The catalogue is No. 18 in the Monograph Series. Includes a bw map of the Papuan Gulf region of New Guinea, an introductory essay, text on The Elema Socio-Economic System, essay on The Hevehe Cycle, a summary and notes, and a bibliography. Includes some fabulous masks! Very clean, tight interior but with light general wear to covers and a small wrinkle to top right corner of front cover and pages. Seller Inventory # 153856
Book Description Soft cover. Condition: Fair. Hevehe 1982 - 36 pp Christin J. Mamiya, Eugenia C. Sumnik Art, Economics and Status in the Papuan Gulf Photos with Artifacts in it Monograph Series Nr. 18 Published by Museum of Cultural History. UCLA. Seller Inventory # ABE-17479993880