Mexican Indian Costumes
Austin: University of Texas Press, 1973.
Hardcover. Fine in a very good dust jacket. Second printing. 373 pp. with 276 plates (16 in color), maps, diagrams, index. Fine copy in original red cloth, in a very good dust jacket showing light shelf wear. This volume "examines the general history of the costume, the tools and techniques used for making it, and the nature and variation of the particular garments and accessories and how thy are worn. Second, it anaylzes in detail the costume of some twenty-seven villages and linguistic groups."
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