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|Named Person:||Eva Scott Fényes|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Avery Amsden; M R Harrington; Frederick Webb Hodge; Odd S Halseth; Bertha Parker Thurston; Fred K Hinchman; Frances E Watkins; Frank Bryan; Arthur Woodward; Eugene Robinson; Napoleon Cordy; Johns H Harrington; Edwin F Walker; Hartley Burr Alexander; Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
|Notes:||Volume 7 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. ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Number 1, January 1933: Annual meeting --
Annual reports of the Southwest Museum for 1932 --
Report of the President --
Report of the Director --
Report of the chairman of the finance committee --
Financial statement --
Report of the curator --
Report of the Supervisor of Extension --
Report of the librarian --
Friendly volcanoes. Number 2, March1933: Archaeology in the making / by Odd S. Halseth --
Blackfoot legends ---
A Northwest Coast warclub from Santa Catalina Island --
More Kachina pictographs in Nevada --
Casa Grande's new canopy --
Folsom and Bison again --
The origin of the feathered serpent cult / by N. Cordy --
Crow Indian proverbs --
Library notes --
"The Los Angeles Star" --
A timely totem-pole --
A new mummy --
Indian photographs. Number 3, May 1933: Blackfoot legends --
Another dream coming true / by Charles Amsden --
The Eva Scott Fenyes Collection of California Sketches --
The dark dance of Ji-Ge-Onh: a Seneca adventure / by M.R. Harrington --
The origin of the Tonalamatl / by N. Cordy --
The Gypsum Cave report --
Arrowheads from the San Fernando Mission Area / by Johns H. Harrington --
What is a folsom point? / by Frances E. Watkins --
Indian red paint --
Honest Injun / by M.R. Harrington --
Additions to the collection. Number 4, July 1933: Rescuing more than ancient treasures / by M.R. Harrington --
Nothing new --
Desert arrows with wooden points / by Edwin F. Walker --
A night in a Maidu Shaman's house / by Bertha Parker Thurston --
Maya business ethics --
Fiesta at Casa de Adobe / by Isabel Lopez de Fages --
The library grows / by Winifred W. Britton --
By their gifts shall ye know them / by Frances E. Watkins --
"A Maya-Toltec sacrifice" --
Pueblo Indian government / by F.W. Hodge. Number 5, September 1933: The sense of antiquity in Indian mythology / by Hartley Burr Alexander --
The prehistoric Southwest: scrapings from an ancient canvas / by Charles Amsden --
A cat-tail eater / by M.R. Harrington --
Fishing arrowpoints from Southern California / by Eugene Robinson --
Recent accessions --
Museum library --
Origin of the term "poncho." Number 6, November 1933: A man's way / by Arthur Woodward --
A mysterious bracelet / by M.R. Harrington --
Scorpion Hill / by Bertha Parker Thurston --
The Keefer etchings --
A Choctaw throwing club / by Frank Bryan --
Amsden's "Navajo Weaving" to appear --
Collection of Mexican toys --
The library --
A new Nevada expedition --
Those "Hoppies" / by F.K. Hinchman --
Lummis's thoughts on museums.
|Other Titles:||Masterkey for Indian lore and history.|
|Responsibility:||Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California.|
- Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
- Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.) -- History.
- Crow Indians.
- Indians of North America -- California.
- Indians of North America -- Southwest, New.
- Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Antiquities.
- Anthropology -- Southwest, New.
- Archaeology -- Southwest, New.
- Casa Grande National Monument (Ariz.)
- Choctaw Indians.
- Indians of North America -- Folklore.
- Maidu Indians.
- Fényes, Eva Scott, -- -1930.
- Seneca Indians.
- Pueblo Indians.
- Southwest, New -- Antiquities.
- Southwest, New -- History.
- California -- History.
- Los Angeles (Calif.) -- History.
- Indian mythology.
- Folsom points.