Lang, Martin. Character Analysis Through Color: A New and Accurate Way of Revealing the Hidden Secrets of Personality. Crimson Press, 1940. Unmarked text. Dust jacket, with significant rubs, bends, and tears, under clear protective cover. Bookplate for the National Art Hobby Guild (NAH). Very Good in fair dust jacket. Hardcover. (#31293) $20.00
Cohn, Terri; Tromble, Meredith. Sacred Spaces: An Exhibition of Installations. Berkeley Art Center, 2004. Unmarked text. Signed by one of the curators, Terri Cohn, with an inscription. Some bumps on the cover. Very Good. Paperback. (#31001) $15.00
Ritzenthaler, Robert E. Masks of the North American Indians (Lore Leaves). A Milwaukee Public Museum Publication, 1970. Unmarked text. Soiling on cover. Price sticker shadow on back cover. Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#30663)
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Indian or Native American masks were made for ceremonies, decoration, war rituals, shaman rituals, rituals initiating young man into the tribe, in healing rituals, in entertainment, given as gifts and spiritual rituals.
Bibliography. Illustrations. 13p. Reprinted from Lore, Volume 1, No. 4. No. 2 in a series of Lore Leaves.