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Melanesian masks in the Bishop Museum
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|Title:||Melanesian masks in the Bishop Museum|
|Authors:||Kaeppler, Adrienne L, 1935|
|metadata.dc.contributor:||Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum|
|Abstract:||This paper looks at masks in the context of the society which produced it. Photographs and descriptions of ceremonial masks from the Papuan Gulf, New Ireland, New Britain, New Caledonia and New Hebrides on display at the Bishop Museum are examined.|
Bibliography: leaves 174-176.
vii, 176 leaves illustrations
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M.A. - Anthropology
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