Anthropological Papers #39: The Glen Canyon Archeological Survey (3 Volume Set)


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Authors: Part I and Part II:  Fowler, Don D.; Gunnerson, James H. (1922-2009); Jennings, Jesse D. (1909-1997); Lister, Robert H. (1915-1990); Suhm, Dee Ann (1931-2010); and Weller, Ted.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Part III: Fowler, Don D.

Publisher: University of Utah Press

Pub Date: 1959

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Part I (FL): Fair.   Cloth tape binding worn, faded.  Lower front corner at spine has approx. 2″ tear.  Upper front corner at spine has approx. 1″ tear.  Lower rear corner at spine has approx. 1″ closed tear.  One approx. 1/8″ tear to lower rear edge.  Previous owner’s name on upper front corner.  Lower front corner has approx 1″ bend which extends through first four pages.  Pencil marks underlining some authors’ names.  Part II (FL): Fair to Good. Paper tape binding tight but chipped and worn at head and foot of spine. Previous owner’s name in ink on upper front cover corner. Lower front cover corner has approx. 6″ x 1/2″ fold along bottom edge. Two tears within that fold. Upper front cover corner has approx. 1″ fold. One ink line on rear cover. Some smudging to rear cover. Several authors names underlined in pencil on front cover. Three fold-out maps in good shape, folded and reinserted correctly.  Part III (FL): Fair to Good. Paper tape binding solid but faded and frayed at head and foot of spine. (Tape?) residue line on front cover at spine edge. One spot (dirt?) on rear cover. Some edge and corner wear.  Includes a section on ceramic analysis by Florence Lister.

Notes: For a personal account of the Glen Canyon project by William Lipe, a graduate assistant on the project, see “Why Did We Do It That Way?” (   Jennings writes ” …a conscientious record of sites and their contents is presented because many of these sites will soon disappear and this information, however scanty, comprises the only record there can ever be.”  (From the Foreword of Part I).  All three volumes are also available separately.


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