[Canberra], Australian National University, 1977, 1980 [and] 1982. With related sheets loosely inserted.
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The first 12 years are cloth-bound in six volumes; Volumes 13 to 19 are bound as separate volumes, each with the annual bibliography supplement; Volumes 20 to 36 are in the original parts as issued (in two numbers and the separate bibliography per annum to Volume 32, then in three...
Ditchling, The Institute, 1958. Not least, J.A. Fraser Roberts; 'The Contribution of Genetics to Physical Anthropology' (pp115-129).
London, The Royal Anthropological Institute, 1955. Not least, Peter M. Worsley; 'The Totemic System of the WaniNdiljaugwa' (pp57-58) and Dr Alphonse Riesenfeld; 'Prehistoric Stone Objects from New Britain' (pp58-59). Loosely inserted is an order form for the Institute's Christmas Cards.
[Gilbert Islands], Aobiti n Rongorongo i Biti, 1945. The first number of this newssheet in Gilbertese (as far as we can make out the title translates as 'Sail Ho! News of the World'). Content includes updates on the progress of the Second World War, as well as local news.
[Askabad, Turkmen State Folk Arts Museum], 1990. Lavishly illustrated in colour. Text in Russian.
Canberra, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1979 and 1975. Australian Institute Aboriginal Studies New Series Number 12 and AIAS Research and Regional Studies Number 4.
Canberra, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1975 [first thus - Volume 1 was first published separately in 1971 as 'Studies in Physical Anthropology']. Australian Aboriginal Studies, Research and Regional Studies Number 5.
London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1976.
London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1976.
London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1980 (first edition). International Library of Anthropology.
Carlton, Melbourne University Press, 1967.
Kineton, Roundwood Press, 1974. Warmly inscribed, dated (27 July 1974) and signed by the author to Peggy Mountford, Charles Pearcy Mountford's daughter. Loosely inserted is a chatty four-page autograph letter to Peggy from the author, dated the same day. She discusses at length the joys and trials of publishing, and...
[London], Local Colour, . Text by Decland Quigley and Vinay Srivastava.
Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1984. Inscribed and signed by the author to Kathie Strehlow.
London, Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1913. This major article was first published in the 'Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute', Volume XLIII, January-June 1913. This separately-issued offprint has a half-title leaf (verso blank) and wrappers printed with full details of the publication.
London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1969/ (1800). Written in 1800 "to serve as guidance to some of the members of the Societe des Observateurs de l'Homme in an impending expedition to Australia (under the command of Captain Nicolas Baudin) ... Degerando's originality lies in his recognizing and stating that the...
Canberra, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1988 (first edition). With the ownership label of Reverend Bill Edwards, and a few of his emphases.
London, Harvill, 1991 [first thus].
London, Thames and Hudson, 1978. With a review slip loosely inserted.
Providence/ Oxford, Berg, 1995/ 1993. With the ownership signature of Peter Sutton, dated June 2004. One of the Explorations in Anthropology series.
Nedlands, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia/ University of Western Australia, 1982. Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia Fifth Academy Symposium Proceedings.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1962. With the ownership signature of T.G.H. Strehlow, and inscribed, 'University of Adelaide, about 1964; '.
Berkeley, University of California Press, 1986. The rear flap of the dustwrapper states that 'Volume 1 [is] on Southwestern Zaire ... The following three volumes in the series will cover the arts and cultures of Lower Zaire, southeastern Zaire, and northern and central Zaire'. We can find no record of...
Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1981. A general introduction, based heavily on the author's numerous field trips to central and northern Australia.