Adelaide, Royal Society of South Australia, 1937, 1938 and 1939.
Quarto, three volumes; flush-cut quarter cloth and card covers (the first volume) and full card (the other two volumes); crease to the bottom corner of the front cover (and a lighter one to the first 30 leaves) of the first volume, otherwise in fine condition throughout.
The articles appear under the general title of 'Aboriginal Crayon Drawings', with the following individual sub-titles. Number 1: Relating to Totemic Places belonging to the Northern Aranda Tribe of Central Australia (12 pages with a map and 18 illustrations). Number 2: Relating to South-Western Central Australia (15 pages with a map and 19 illustrations). Number 3: The Legend of Wati Jula and the Kunkarunkara Women (14 pages with 12 illustrations plus 4 plates). Number 4: Relating to Every-day Incidents of the Ngada Tribe of the Warburton Ranges of Western Australia (11 pages with 11 illustrations plus 2 plates). Other relevant articles in these issues are MOUNTFORD, C.P.: Examples of Aboriginal Art from Napier Broome Bay and Parry Harbour, North-Western Australia (11 pages with a map and 48 illustrations); TINDALE, N.B.: Native Songs of the South-East of South Australia (14 pages), and Two Legends of the Ngadjuri Tribe from the Middle North of South Australia (5 pages); MADIGAN, Dr C.T.: The Boxhole Crater and the Huckitta Meteorite, Central Australia (4 pages with 2 illustrations); LOVERIDGE, A.: On Some Reptiles and Amphibians from the Central Region of Australia (9 pages); CAMPBELL, T.D. and C.P. MOUNTFORD: Aboriginal Arrangements of Stones in Central Australia (5 pages with 3 illustrations plus 2 plates); and CLELAND, J.B. and T. Harvey JOHNSTON: Aboriginal Names and Uses of Plants at the Granites, Central Australia (5 pages). [3 items].