A Labour of Love: The Making of the Museum of Anthropology, UBC- The First Three Decades, 1947-1976 (Museum Note, 33)

Audrey Hawthorn

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Title: A Labour of Love: The Making of the Museum ...
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Book Description UBC Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, 1993. Paper. Book Condition: Fine (-). First Edition. Museum Note No. 33. In her candid account of the first 29 years of the University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology, Audrey Hawthorn describes both its origins and the philosophical principles that have led to its international success. From the collection of Wayne Prescott Suttles, renowned anthropologist, scholar, and linguist regarding many Pacific cultures, and especially the U.S. Pacific Northwest Coast Salish people. Inscribed to Dr. Suttles and signed by the author on the title page. Condition notes: (viii), 84 numbered pp + epilogue; PB. Pages: clean, bright, tight, photo frontis. Cover: white wraps, color photos front, black titles front/spine; minimal edge/shelfwear. Bookseller Inventory # 037844

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