Fair. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. A BALLANTINE WALDEN EDITION BOOK No. 21873. FIRST PRINTING FEBRUARY 1973 (stated). 453 pages. A comprehensive study of Navaho and Pueblo folklore, ceremonies and rituals by the author of THE BOOK OF HOPI and THE MAN WHO KILLED THE DEER. First published in 1950 by Swallow Press, Chicago. Foreword by Clyde Kluckhohn (Harvard University Anthropology Dept). A very good reading copy in overall fair condition. Bound in illustrated wrappers with moderate plus wear on its corners and edges. Issued with all-orange edges. The text is clean and sound, moderately tanned.
Good. 2nd edition; 438pp; front flap of dustjacket is torn out and inserted into the front of the book; the back dustjacket seems to be stuck to the back board; rubbing & lots of tears to the dustjacket; otherwise the cloth boards & interior pages in VERY GOOD COND.
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