1. "The Maya Scribe and His World", by Michael Coe, New York: The Grolier Club, 1973. (Prints of Justin Kerrs copyrighted color photos).
2. "Los Códices Mayas", introduction and bibliography by Thomas A. Lee, Jr., Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, México, 1985. This work was completed under the auspices of Universidad Autonoma de Chiapas. (Includes prints of Justin Kerrs copyrighted color photos).
3. The National Geographic Society printed (in rather small format) Enrico Ferorellis color photos twice: once in an article by John B. Carlson in the March 1990 issue of the National Geographic magazine, and later in Gene S. and George E. Stuart's volume, "Lost Kingdoms of the Maya", 1993.
4. Arqueología Mexicana, no. 55 (2002), includes Ramón Viñas' color photos in an article written by Claude Baudez.
5. The FAMSI website provides access to Justin Kerr's color photos of the Grolier.
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