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EL PALACIO - Nos. 19, 20, 21 -- The Mogollon Culture, Various Authors
81 Various Authors EL PALACIO - Nos. 19, 20, 21 -- The Mogollon Culture
Santa Fe School of American Research 1938 First Edition Paperback Very Good+ 8vo 
Volume XLIII, Nov. 10, 17, 24, 1938. Photograph illustrations, ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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82 Vela, Ruben ; Francisco Travieso TRAVIESO [SIGNED by the Artist]
Buenos Aires Ediarte 1994 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket Folio 13" - 23" tall 
Autograph; 143 pages; Inscribed and boldly AUTOGRAPHED on the half-title by the Argentinian artist Travieso. Clean and tight in original cloth binding in excellent pictorial dustjacket. Illustrated throughout with colour and black and white reproductions of Travieso's paintings. OCLC: 36572205 Prólogo de Rafael Squirru. Francisco Travieso was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1942. His work has been frequently exhibited since 1986, including many shows at the Palatine Gallery, Buenos Aires. Quite scarce.; Signed by Artist 
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EDUCATION AND SOCIAL WELFARE IN MEXICO  (1939), Watson, Goodwin
83 Watson, Goodwin EDUCATION AND SOCIAL WELFARE IN MEXICO (1939)
New York Council for Pan American Democracy 1940 First Edition Paperback Very Good 
47 pages; Clean and tight in original printed wrappers. OCLC: 3145918 Goodwin Watson (1899 – 1976) was a professor noted for his astute reading assignements and insightful progressive lectures. During the Great Depression and the Recovery, Watson was one of the most influential critics of mainstream psychology. He maintained psychology needed to reconstruct its model of professional practice to facilitate social change and political activism. As chief of the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service in Washington D.C. during World War II, Watson was accused of disloyalty and forced resign. This claim was proven false over time but the controversy curtailed his published scholarship for many years. By the 1950s, Watson was advocating a “value-neutral” approach for professional psychologists. In 1963 Watson founded the Union of Experimenting Colleges with Antioch College president, James P. Dixon which eventually lead to the formation of University Without Walls. Watson also founded Change Magazine and the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. OCLC 3145918 
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