Mexico City, Mexico: Mexican Folkways, 1933. Softcover. small, red textured wraps w/ black printing. 160 pgs w/ 2 fold-out maps. Good+ (darkening to cover edges w/ creases, rubbing & chips. spine tanned. cover slightly detaching at upper edge of spine. title page torn at staple areas; pgs 87-88 torn at edges, does affect text. closing three pages creased at upper corner/edge. one fold-out map has tears to edges, appears as if it was under fully unfurled.). Item #183238
Back page is unopened but torn at edge. Pages clean. Opening and closing pages are advertisments for hotels, resturants and museums. Frances Toors was an American anthropologist and ethnographer whose journal 'Mexican Folkways' was an influential resource in introducing American audiences to the art and customs of Mexican culture.