MANLEY, R: Ray Manley’s Collecting Southwestern Indian Arts and Crafts

Book Cover. Ray Manley's Collecting Southwestern Indian Arts and Crafts. Ray Manley’s Collecting Southwestern Indian Arts and Crafts. Ray Manley Photography, 1979. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30498) $12.00

Sections on rugs, Kachinas, Pottery, and Jewelry. Beautifully illustrated. 49p. Text by Clara Lee Tanner, Clay Lockett, John F. Tanner, Jerold R. Collings, and Richard M. Howard. Photography by Naurice Koonce, Ray Manley, and Alan Manley.

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Back cover. Ray Manley's Collecting Southwestern Indian Arts and Crafts.

SOLDNER, P: Kiln Construction

 Kiln Construction, book coverSoldner, Paul. Kiln Construction. American Craftsmen’s Council, 1965. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#29230)

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Illustrated with photographs and diagrams. 32p. Measures 6×9 inches.

A kiln is a furnace or oven for burning, baking, or drying, especially one for calcining lime or firing pottery This book explains what to consider in building one. Topics include the location, the foundation, the walls, burner ports, flues and dampers, peep holds, clay mortar, tools, and more.

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CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY: California History (Fall 1994, Vol LXXIII, No. 3)

McCone, Michael. California History (Fall 1994, Vol LXXIII, No. 3). California Historical Society, 1994. Unmarked.Very Good. Paperback. (#28214)

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Black and white illustrations throughout. Includes Andrew F. Rolle on Carvelho and Fremont, Robert J. Chandler on spiritualists as catalysts for the California women’s suffrage movement, Lynn Downey on the pottery of the Arequipa, and Joseph Dmohowski on the Quaker heritage of Jessamyn West and Richard Nixon.