The Kelemen Journals: Incidents Of Discovery Of Art In The Americas, 1932-1964
The journals of Elisabeth and Pal Kelemen, pioneers in the field of art history, documenting their travels to MesoAmerican sites. Includes more than 100 black and white photos taken by Elisabeth Kelemen.
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Mexico City and Nearby Towns to San Antonio Texas
Central America 1940
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