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Mountford, C. P.
Mountford, Charles P.
Mountford, Charles Pearcy
Mountford, Charles Percy
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Barrow, Terence (1923-..)
Barrow, Terence (1923-2001)
Barrow, Tui Terence (1923-2001)
Bühler, Alfred (1900-1981)
Cleland, J. B.
Guieu, André (18..-19.. capitaine de corvette)
Keep, Ann Elizabeth
Roberts, Ainslie
South Australia. National Gallery, Adelaide
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
University of Adelaide
Walsh, Gwen
Worcester, Mass. Art Museum
Wydawnictwa Artystyczne i Filmowe
水谷, 昭夫 (1928-1988)
Aboriginal art from Australia : [bark paintings and sculpture lent by the National Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Aboriginal conception beliefs
Aboriginal paintings from Australia
aborigines and their country, the
Art of Albert Namatjira, by C. P. Mountford,... Foreword by R. H. Croll, The
Art of Arnhem Land, 1948-1952 : paintings on bark and wood collected by anthropologist Charles Mountford
art of the South Sea Islands, The : including Australia and New Zealand
Australian aboriginal portraits
Australian tree portraits
Australische Eingeborenen-Malereien
Ayers Rock : its people, their beliefs and their art
Braune Menschen roter Sand : Streizüge durch die Wildnis Australiens
Brown men and red sand, journeyings in wild Australia. Charles P. Mountford,... [Foreword J. B. Cleland.]
C. P. Mountford duplicating project
Charles P. Mountford duplication project
Charles Pearcy Mountford recordings of Aborigines in South Australia
dawn of time, the
Dorīmu taimu
Dreamtime, Australian aboriginal myths in paintings by Ainslie Roberts, with text by Charles P. Mountford, The
dreamtime, The : Australian Aboriginal myths
first sunrise, the
Hommes bruns et sable rouge, Charles P. Mountford.
Inheemse Australische schilderkunst
Mythes et rites des aborigaenes d'Australie Centrale : hommes bruns et sable rouge
Mythes et rites des aborigènes d'Australie centrale. Préface de J. B. Cleland,... Traduction du commandant André Guieu..., Charles P. Mountford. Hommes bruns et sable rouge.
nomads of the australian desert
Oceania and Australia : the art of the South Seas
Ozeanien und Australien : die Kunst der Südsee
Peintures aborigènes d'Australie, 1964:
Pinturas australianas aborígenes
Rainbow Serpent, The : a chromatic piece
records of the american-australian scientific expedition to arnhem land: vol. 1 art, myth and symbolism
Sztuka Oceanii i Australii
[[tiwi islands|tiwi: their art, myth and ceremony]], the
winbaraku: and the myth of jarapiri
[Works on the Australian Aborigines by Charles P. Mountford]
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Thesis (D. Litt.)--University of Adelaide, 1976
Charles Pearcy Mountford (1890-1976), OBE, Dip. Anthrop. (Cantab), MA (Adel.), D. Litt (Melbourne and Adelaide), was an ethnologist and anthropologist who advanced from amateur status to become an important figure in the field of anthropology in Australia. He was born at Hallett in 1890. His field work was conducted in South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory from 1925-1963. His published works were based on the journals and photographs he made on these expeditions. Mountford was a founding member, and later president of the Anthropological Society of SA; and founder of the Australian Anthropological Society in 1936