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Masterkey : anthropology of the Americas, Volume 3, no. 1-8

Author: Hector AlliotCharles Avery AmsdenStuart O'MelvenyM R HarringtonMrs M R HarringtonAll authors
Publisher: Los Angeles : Southwest Museum, 1929-1930.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Folklore
History
Named Person: Maurice Harris Newmark; Maurice Harris Newmark
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hector Alliot; Charles Avery Amsden; Stuart O'Melveny; M R Harrington; Mrs M R Harrington; Fred K Hinchman; Elizabeth Warder Croze Campbell; Henry W O'Melveny; Frances E Watkins; Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
OCLC Number: 79456478
Notes: Volume 3 of Southwest Museum membership publication.
Includes index.
"To help the Southwest fulfill the wisest of all the precepts of the Greeks - 'Know Thyself' - by unlocking to its children its underground treasure-house of knowledge with the master-key of modern anthropology, which is nothing less than the science of man. Declaration of policy of the Southwest Museum"--Cover.
Description: 1 v. (multiple paginations) : ill. (some col.), port., map ; 20 cm.
Contents: Number 1, May-June 1929: Ruins and legends of Zuni land / by M.R. Harrington --
S.O.S. / by the Director --
The Fiesta at Casa Adobe / by Ruth Tonkin --
Peeking at old California / by Beverly Poland --
Dead men tell tales. Number 2, July 1929: The first farmers of America / by Charles Amsden --
The children's pageant --
Before '49: What the sea-otter did for California / by Stuart O'Melveny --
Our business organization / by Mildred A. Poland --
Man's evolution --
The mystery pit. Number 3, August 1929: A museum in the desert / by Elizabeth W. Crozer Campbell --
In memoriam Maurice H. Newmark --
The first farmes of America / by Charles Amsden --
Dishes for the Spanish home / by Mrs. M.R. Harrington --
The summer school at Pecos --
Revolt in the Old Pueblo / by Stuart O'Melveny --
H.H. Powers on pottery --
Maya dentistry --
The temple guard. Number 4, September-October 1929: Kiva Sixteen / by Charles Amsden --
La Casa de Adobe / by Henry W. O'Melveny --
Spanish "movies" at the Casa / by Mrs. M.R. Harrington --
A study of vaults: the children's classes in the museum / by Helen M. Howell --
A new collection from the California Indians --
The human side of a research library: the librarian speaks --
The museum in the desert / by Frederick Kennedy --
The Second Pecos Conference --
The new laboratory of anthropology. Number 5, November-December 1929: Dreams come true at the Casa Adobe / by M.R. Harrington --
The middle ground --
The finding of the five / by Elizabeth W. Crozer Campbell --
Prehistoric pottery of the Jemez Region / by Frances E. Watkins --
It could not happen, but it did, at "Mesa House" / by Irwin Hayden --
Census of the city and county of Los Angeles for 1850: Hector Alliot's introduction. Number 6, January 1930: Colonel and Mrs. Lindbergh aid archaeologists / by Dr. A.V. Kidder --
The American new year / by Mildred A. Poland --
Homo Californianus / by Charles Amsden --
Hector Alliot's introduction to the "Census of 1850." Number 7, February 1930: Annual report of the President of the Southwest Museum --
The Southwestern Archaeological Federation --
The Director's Annual Report --
Treasurer's Report --
Gifts received during the year 1929 --
Sinanthropus Pekinensis --
Southwest Museum / by Ransome Sutton --
Roll of Membership --
Auditor's report. Number 8, March-April 1930: A ground-sloth lair: a radio talk by the Director --
The McClintock Collection --
Camp "So-We-Mu" / by Edna L. Harrington --
The "Gypsy" sloth / by M.R. Harrington --
People that live in trees / by Ransome Sutton --
Our educational work / by Fred K. Hinchman --
The Ruskin Art Club --
Peking Man is pronounced advanced human type.
Other Titles: Masterkey for Indian lore and history.
Responsibility: Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California.

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