name of catalogue or brochure: White Metal Universe: Navajo Silver from the Fred Harvey Collection
author(s) of essay: E. W. Jernigan
title of essay: "White Metal Universe: Navajo Silver from the Fred Harvey Collection" pages 9-46 plus footnotes if any
date of publication 1981
ISBN number: ISBN 0934351201, 9780934351201
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notes: by Heard Museum of Anthropology and Primitive Art, E. W. Jernigan. Published by Heard Museum, 1981. ISBN 0934351201, 9780934351201
Exclude Gary Witherspoon, "Silver and Turquoises Jewelry in the Navajo World" pages 47-52." from this contract.
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