Tomar of Siba: The Story of a Gabrielino Indian Boy of Southern California (Inscribed By Wife of Frederick Webb Hodge to Her husband); Foreword By F.W. Hodge
by Hodge, Zarah Preble
Los Angeles: Suttonhouse, 1953. Octavo. 48 pages. Illustrated by Donna Preble Inscribed: "to my dear Husband, with deepest love and appreciation for the help given in preparing this little 'first book', Zarah.". Her beautiful native American fiction was on the Gabrielino Indians of Southern California with ideas suggested by Frederick Webb Hodge who was the Director of the Southwest Museum. OCLC reports copies at the Autry Museum, Arizona Historical Society, Cornell and the Denver Art Museum. Bound in brown pictorial cloth lettered and decorated in black. (Inventory #: 018833)
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