Plimpton Press, 1923. First Edition. Photograph. Item #274794
Original photogravure from Volume 13 of The North American Indian, facing page 4. Van Gelder paper. 'Men ordinarily wore nothing but a deerskin breech-cloth, and, like most far-Western Indians, elderly men commonly dispensed even with this. In traveling through the woods and fields, the feet were protected by deerskin moccasins with elk-hide soles and calves by leggings.' First edition (first printing). A near fine copy matted and in protective sleeve.