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Published Resources

Links with shelf numbers refer to WATSONLINE, the online library catalog of the Museum. Photocopies of each source reference are available in the Goldwater Library. Certain electronic resources are accessible within the museum or with an approved remote connection.

  • Brown, Bernadette. "A Mask from New Guinea in the Brooklyn Museum." The Brooklyn Museum Annual, 11:2 (1969-1970). [RGL VERTICAL FILE / B]
    • Pp. 187-195
  • Emily Lowe Gallery. Three ceremonial cycles of Melanesia : [exhibition] February 10 through March 7, 1969. Hempstead, N.Y.: Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University, [1969] [P2 H49]
  • Holmes, John Henry. "Initiation Ceremonies of Natives of the Papuan Gulf." The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 32 (1902). [online]
    • Pp. 418-425
  • Mamiya, Christin J. Hevehe : Art, Economics and Status in the Papuan Gulf. [Los Angeles]: Museum of Cultural History, UCLA, 1982. [ P7D M26]
  • Newton, Douglas. Art styles of the Papuan Gulf. New York: Museum of Primitive Art; distributed by University Publishers, 1961. [P7D N56 REF]
    • Pp. Introduction, 25-35, plates
  • Williams, Francis Edgar. "A Cycle of Ceremonies in Orokolo Bay." Mankind, 2 (1939). [A M229 v.2(1936-40)]
    • Pp. 145-155

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