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  • Hendron, J. W. (edited Dorothy Thomas, drawings Jocelyn Taylor).
    FRIJOLES: A Hidden Valley in the New World.

    Edition: First edition.

    Santa Fe, New Mexico: Rydal Press, 1946. dj. Hardcover first edition - A comprehensive study of the Canyon of El Rito de Los Frijoles in Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico, exploring the many cave dwellings and ruins left by early indigenous inhabitants, and telling the story of the lost cliff dwellers in a popular and readable style. Illustrated with photographs and drawings, map endpapers, source material, glossary. 89 pgs + Index.

    Condition: Very good in a only good dust jacket. (book is tight and clean but missing the plates from the rear pocket, dj has a large chip at the top of the spine, other edgewear, promotional wraparound band still present.)

    Book ID: 33534
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  • HOHOKAM. by Shelton, Richard.
    Shelton, Richard.
    HOHOKAM.

    Edition: First printing - a limited, signed edition.

    Tucson, Arizona: SUN / Gemini Press, 1986. SIGNED hardcover first edition - A long narrative poem on the vanished Southwestern people we call the Hohokam. Includes an afterword by Shelton on the little we know of the history of the Hohokam, a prehistoric people who lived in South Central Arizona for at least 1500 years, before their civilization abruptly collapsed around 1450 A.D. One of 75 copies SIGNED by the poet (this copy is also signed on the colophon page by the photographer Steven Trubitt.) . A handsome production designed by Clint Colby and Charles Alexander, handset and printed by Alexander at Chax Press on Mowhawk superfine ivory paper, Illustrated with plates made from photographs by Trubitt of Hohokam…

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    Tucson, Arizona: SUN / Gemini Press, 1986. SIGNED hardcover first edition - A long narrative poem on the vanished Southwestern people we call the Hohokam. Includes an afterword by Shelton on the little we know of the history of the Hohokam, a prehistoric people who lived in South Central Arizona for at least 1500 years, before their civilization abruptly collapsed around 1450 A.D. One of 75 copies SIGNED by the poet (this copy is also signed on the colophon page by the photographer Steven Trubitt.) . A handsome production designed by Clint Colby and Charles Alexander, handset and printed by Alexander at Chax Press on Mowhawk superfine ivory paper, Illustrated with plates made from photographs by Trubitt of Hohokam pottery sherds found at Snaketown, Arizona (dating from 700-1000 A.D.) and with a silhouette of Shelton by Rebecca Gaver. Unpaginated. Illustrated endpapers. ISBN: 0-933313047.

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    Condition: Fine in brown cloth with an ivory spine label in the original acetate wrapper.

    Book ID: 38387
    View cart More details Price: $75.00