A Survey of Southwestern Archeology (Pamphlet)
Author: Roberts, Frank H.H., Jr. (1897-1966)
Publisher: Smithsonian Institution
Pub Date: 1936
Condition: Fair. Stapled binding tight. No marks. Spine head and foot worn, chipped. Lower front cover corner and fist three or four pages have approx. 1/2″ bend. Upper front cover corner has approxx. 2″ bend. It appears that the original owner received this pamphlet with uncut pages and opened them, some page edges are ragged, some slightly chipped. Spotting and smudging to front and rear covers.
Notes: Pamphlet. Offprint. From the Smithsonian Report for 1935, pages 507-533. Really more of a summation of where southwestern (i.e. the Four Corners) archaeology was from the very late nineteenth century into the early twentieth century. Lots of talk of the Pecos Classification system.
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