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Masterkey : anthropology of the Americas, Volume 4, no. 1-8

Author: Bruce BryanCharles Avery AmsdenFrances E WatkinsM R HarringtonWalter McClintockAll authors
Publisher: Los Angeles : Southwest Museum, 1930-1931.
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Named Person: Eva Scott Fényes
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Bryan; Charles Avery Amsden; Frances E Watkins; M R Harrington; Walter McClintock; Fred K Hinchman; James A B Scherer; Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
OCLC Number: 79456480
Notes: Volume 4 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: 264 p. : ill., port., map ; 20 cm.
Contents: Number 1, May 1930: The Two Sessions expeditions / by Charles Amsden --
My experiences as a field archaeologist / by Frances E. Watkins --
In memoriam Eva S. Feynes --
The Annual fiesta --
The tragedy of the Blackfoot / by Walter McClintock --
Summarized results of an anthropological reconnoissance (sic) expedition --
Traces of sloth, man found together --
The second visit. Number 2, June-July 1930: The Gypsum Cave murder case: a detective story in the making / by M. R. Harrington --
Singing in the rain: the Fiesta of 1930 as seen by the Assistant Secretary --
A letter to the folks back home about those new habitat groups / by Fred K. Hinchman --
A goblin bone-hunter. Number 3, August-September 1930: Flora for an Indian garden / by Mildred Ring --
In old Los Angeles / by Frances E. Watkins --
Future work at Gypsum Cave --
A remarkable pedigree / by M. R. Harrington --
Cave man's brain found --
Cornelius Cole: a California pioneer --
Society notes from the "Garden Anciana" at the Casa de Adobe --
Club creates memorial: influence of Southwest Museum's first director recognized by creation of library / by Dorothy George --
Who were the moundbuilders? Number 4, October-November 1930: The changing Indian: the Intertribal Ceremonial at Gallup / by Charles Amsden --
Suggested introductory readings in anthropology, with especial reference to the American Southwest --
How I went to Africa for fifteen cents / by Wilmer Adams --
"The Lady of the Fiesta" --
Traveling exhibits / by Fred K. Hinchman --
The dance in the mist / by Keith Kennedy. Number 5, December 1930: In Owens Valley with the S.A.F. / by James A. B. Scherer --
The importance of artifacts --
Museums and the museum idea / an address by Charles Amsden --
The Indian of Inyo County / an address by Frank M. Parcher --
The lee side of O' L.A. / by Lee Shippey --
Second sinanthropus skull found. Number 6, January 1931: Homo: a homily / by James A. B. Scherer --
Archaeology as a profession for women / by Frances E. Watkins --
Evacuation of the Galaz Ruin, Mimbres Valley, N. M. / by Bruce Bryan --
Seek more evidence that man knew extinct animals: search for new clues in Gypsum Cave. Number 7, February 1931: Annual report of the President of the Board of Trustees the Southwest Museum --
The Director's Annual Report --
Curator's Report --
Accession byh gift, 1930 --
Gifts to the Library, 1930 --
Accessions by loa, 1930 --
Report of the supervisor of the extention / by Fred K. Hinchman --
Treasurer's Report --
Roll of membership --
Excavation of the Galaz Ruin, Mimbres Valley, N. M. / by Bruce Bryan. Number 8, March-April 1931: Lights and shadows in Gypsum Cave: the final phases / by M. R. Harrington --
Cave magic / by Mrs. Wm. H. Campbell --
Notes of a museums tour / by Charles Amsden --
Auditor's Report
Other Titles: Masterkey for Indian lore and history.
Responsibility: Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California.

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