Mask making: creative methods and techniques
Subitter:This one had been rebound so I have no idea what the original cover looked like but title page is oh, so lovely with it’s large grease stain. There are all kinds of awful masks in this book but I was particularly disturbed by the boy with the giant “balloon mask” head, the dead marionette laid out on a stack of books and the man making a mask on his own face. Also of note, the masks from countries/places that no longer exist: Belgian Congo, New Ireland, New Britain.
Holly: I guarantee that much nicer books on mask making have been published since 1954. If your library hasn’t been able to afford a new book on this topic since 1954, you have bigger problems than weeding. There is really no excuse for having this in a public library’s regular collection!