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Masterkey : anthropology of the Americas, Volume 5, no. 1-8

Author: Odd S HalsethCharles Avery AmsdenEmily DavisM R HarringtonEdna Parker HarringtonAll authors
Publisher: Los Angeles : Southwest Museum, 1931-1932
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: Frederick Webb Hodge
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Odd S Halseth; Charles Avery Amsden; Emily Davis; M R Harrington; Edna Parker Harrington; Fred K Hinchman; Carl S Knopf; Frances E Watkins; Dorothy Black; W A Chalfant; Harvey P Smith; Napoleon Cordy; Arthur Caswell Parker; Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
OCLC Number: 79456481
Notes: Volume 5 of Southwest Museum membership publication.
"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: 192 p. : ill., port., map ; 20 cm.
Contents: Number 1, May-June 1931: The pilot says farewell / by M. R. Harrington --
The civic side of archaeology / by Odd S. Halseth --
Children and grown-ups --
Mr. Hinchman speaks --
National anthropological organizations to meet at the Southwest Museum --
Old adobe transformed / by Dorothy Black --
The library of the Southwest / by Marion Horton --
Ancient American inventions / by Emily Davis. Number 2, July-August 1931: Man-hunting: sidelights of a symposium on "The Antiquity of Man in America" / by Charles Amsden --
Publications by M. R. Harrington --
A gypsum cave romance --
Medicine men of the Eastern Mono / by William A. Chalfant --
The Anthropological meetings --
At Mataguay --
Indian art in the Southwest Museum. Number 3, September 1931: La Fiesta de Los Angeles / by Marion Parks --
Casa Adobe prepares for La Fiesta --
The Hispanic Society of California / by M. R. Harrington --
Fiestas of other days / by Edna Parker Harrington --
"The Hopi Craftsman" --
Restoration of the Spanish Governors' Palace in San Antonio, Texas / by Harvey P. Smith. Number 4, October-November 1931: Our own fiesta --
The birth of written records --
Ancient writing / by Carl S. Knopf --
Among the Pueblos / by Fred K. Hinchman --
Indian giving / by M. R. Harrington --
Elephants in our front yard. Number 5, December 1931: New Director chosen: Frederick Webb Hodge --
The meaning of the Maya Day names / by N. Cordy --
Still borrowing / by Charles Amsden --
The story bag / by Jiskogo --
New accesions / by Frances E. Watkins --
Death Valley expedition. Number 6, January 1932: Prehistoric irrigation in Central Arizona / by Odd S. Halseth --
The story bag / by Jiskogo --
Teluli --
Elephant teeth date earliest man --
The explorer / by Arthur C. Parker.
Other Titles: Masterkey for Indian lore and history.
Responsibility: Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California.

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