Aboriginal Crayon Drawings relating to Totemic Places belonging to the Northern Aranda Tribe of Central Australia. [Contained in] Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, Volume 61, 1937

Price: 75.00 AUD

Adelaide: RSSA, 1937. Adelaide, RSSA, 1937. Quarto, [12] pages. Original quarter cloth and stiffened wrappers; a fine copy. This issue also contains MOUNTFORD, C.P.: Aboriginal Crayon Drawings relating to Totemic Places in South-Western Central Australia (15 pages) and Examples of Aboriginal Art from Napier Broome Bay and Parry Harbour, North-Western Australia (11 pages); TINDALE, N.B.: Two Legends of the Ngadjuri Tribe from the Middle North of South Australia (5 pages) and Native Songs of the South-East of South Australia (14 pages); TINDALE, N.B. with H.K. BARTLETT: Notes on some Clay Pots from Panaeati Island, South-East of New Guinea (4 pages) and JOHNSTON, T.H. and J.B. CLELAND: A Survey of the Literature relating to the Occurrence in Australia of Helminth Parasites of Man (28 pages). First Edition. Fine.

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