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... a sincere attempt has been made to assemble all the reliable existing data on frontier weapons and rifles that might have been made with the Plainsman in mind.
Anthropological piece from 1943 on the Embroidery of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico and Arizona. Illustrated with plates and essays. This is the 1975 unabridged reprint.
The Sony Alpha NEX-5N is a compact 16.2 MP camera that allows you to capture photographs with stunning quality.
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Black and white and full color illustrations throughout. This thorough study of the histories, styles, and crafts of the Acomoa and Laguna pueblos is a must-have for any art historian or collector of Native American art and artifacts. Speed Graphic 2x3 with 101mm F4.5 Optar Lens - Holders - Case
Furniture design of Wendy Maruyama and James Schriber, ceramics of Akio Takamori  among other great displays of American Craft, 2006
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Peter Hurd (February 22, 1904 - July 9, 1984) was an American artist born in Roswell, New Mexico. Many of Peter Hurd's works are set in Southeastern New Mexico, on his family's ranch in San Patricio and in the Hondo Valley. At one point in time he was commissioned to paint a portrait of President Lyndon B. Johnson. Rare plate film boxes for the ground breaking Lumiere Autochrome  process, which was the first viable color film, patented in 1903. Aquatint, 8 3/8 x 9 3/8 inches on larger sheet. Edition number 12/25. Signed on the plate, and with pencil and chop mark, lower right. Dated 1936.
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