Ottawa, Canada: National Museum of Canada Bulletin 65 Anthropological Series No. 15, 1963. Color and B&W photographs. Sixth Edition. Cloth. ASSOCIATION COPY once belonging to Professor Lee Braude, Sociologist at the University of Chicago, small 4to, burgundy cloth,with gold lettering on spine and front cover, Mylar-protected pictorial dust jacket (unclipped) with drawings of Indians & masks, colored frontispiece 6 plates plus 130 B&W glossy photographic illustrations, large fold-out map of "Aboriginal Populatio" in rear pouch, xii + 452 pages. 3 POUNDS 5 OUNCES. Fine / Very Good. Item #2869
Diamond Jenness, CC, FRCGS (1886, Wellington, New Zealand – 1969, Chelsea, Quebec, Canada) was one of Canada's greatest early scientists and a pioneer of Canadian anthropology. He was an expert on Copper Inuit/Eskimos and other native groups.--Wikipedia
SUPERIOR CONDITION ASSOCIATION COPY: tight, bright, clean--with a few wrinkles and a piece lost from the otherwise Very Good dust jacket. Crisp "As New" folded ethnographic map. Small ownership stamps on 3 front endpapers of LEE BRAUDE, a prominent Sociologist professor formerly on the staff of the University of Chicago.
Heavy book so any overseas' shipping costs are likely to be significant.