Hillel S. Burger

Hillel S. Burger is a professional photographer.

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Cover: Artistry of the Everyday: Beauty and Craftsmanship in Berber ArtArtistry of the Everyday: Beauty and Craftsmanship in Berber ArtBernasek, LisaPAPERBACK12/15/2008$25.00
Cover: Feeding the Ancestors: Tlingit Carved Horn SpoonsFeeding the Ancestors: Tlingit Carved Horn SpoonsVictor-Howe, Anne-MariePAPERBACK06/30/2007$25.00
Cover: A Noble Pursuit: The Duchess of Mecklenburg Collection from Iron Age SloveniaA Noble Pursuit: The Duchess of Mecklenburg Collection from Iron Age SloveniaGreis, Gloria PolizzottiPAPERBACK04/30/2006$25.00
Cover: Painted by a Distant Hand: Mimbres Pottery from the American SouthwestPainted by a Distant Hand: Mimbres Pottery from the American SouthwestLeBlanc, Steven A.PAPERBACK04/30/2005$25.00
Cover: Makers and Markets: The Wright Collection of Twentieth-Century Native American ArtMakers and Markets: The Wright Collection of Twentieth-Century Native American ArtDrooker, Penelope BallardPAPERBACK11/18/1998$35.00
Cover: Encounters with the AmericasEncounters with the AmericasJoyce, Rosemary A.
Shumaker, Susan A. M.
PAPERBACK06/08/1995$25.00
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