Who"s who in Indian relics

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  • English
[s.n. , Dayton, Ohio
Private collections, Indians of North America, Biography, Periodicals, Antiquities, Collectors and colle
ContributionsParks, Cameron, 1905-, Thompson, Ben W.
LC ClassificationsE77.8 .W47
The Physical Object
Paginationv. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25573719M
LC Control Number84643248

"WHO'S WHO in Indian Relics" documents the collectors and their relics, creating a legacy for the future. This full-color, limited edition, hardbound book is pages full of high quality photos of artifacts, relic rooms and interesting biographies and photos of their owners.

It is representative of over 25 states. First Edition, so stated. x 11 inches, pages, very good condition cover has several small rubbed spots, last blank page has small spot were it was stuck to Author: Ben W.

(editor) Thompson. Who's Who in Indian Relics, Kingston Springs. likes. The primary purpose of this book is to picture as many prominent Indian relic collectors and their collections as possible for ers: She is current the editor of Who's Who in Indian Relics, and has authored Who's Who in Indian Relic's numbers 8 - 9 & She was the founder and past editor of "Prehistoric Antiquities Quarterly," (formerly "The Indian Relic Trader") past editor of "Artifacts" journal.

She sits on the board of directors of the Archaeological Society of Ohio Author: Janie Jinks-Weidner. Place your order for Who's Who in Indian Relics # Payment may be made via PayPal, check or money order. Price includes shipping and handling.

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