Los Angeles: University of California Latin American Center, . 4to; saddle-stapled in printed wraps. pp. 16-25. Color lithographs throughout. Very good or better, with toning to wraps.
Offprint of an article by cultural anthropologist Peter T. Furst (1922-2015) on the "yarn paintings" of Huichol Indian artist Ramón Medina Silva, many depicting visions produced by the hallucinogenic peyote cactus, a centuries-old part of Huichol culture. Originally appeared in the Winter 1968-1969 issue of the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History Quarterly. Reprint No. 11 in the Latin American Studies Series.