New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1941. Softcover. G (Covers are well tanned, aged or soiled; pages are quite crisp and clear.). Tan paper wraps, 40 pp. of text, plus 13 BW plate pages. "This monograph on the Falsefaces of my people, the Iroquois, makes no pretension to be a cold, objective, ethnographic study of their ceremonies. It strives, rather, to tell at least a portion of the legends and ministrations of the masks and the interpretation of these stories by the respected Old Ones of the Nation." (preface).
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