The dentition of dryopithecus and the origin of man / by William K. Gregory and Milo Hellman [28 : 1] / The beginnings of pottery making in the San Juan area : unfired prototypes and the wares of the earliest ceramic period / Earl H. Morris [28 : 2] / Wooden hooks used for catching sharks ruvettus in the South Seas : a study of their variation and distribution / E.W. Gudger [28 : 3].

By: Gregory, William King
Contributor(s): Hellman, Milo | Morris, Earl Halstead | Gudger, Eugene Willis | American Museum of Natural History
Language: English Publisher: New York : The Trustees, 1926-1927.Description: 348p. : ill., plates, tables ; 24cm.
Item type Home library Collection Shelving location Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Book Book British Museum Africa Oceania and the Americas Closed Stacks H6 [AME-] (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 1 Available M34274
Book Book British Museum Royal Anthropological Institute Closed Stacks H6 [AME-] (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 2 Available L23509
Total holds: 0

Three issues bound together; shelved in series at: H6 [AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. Anthropological papers]. - Includes bibl. references. - Separately bound copy of 28:3 (Wooden hooks / E.W. Gudger) shelved as book (M34262).