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- [ca. 1973 - 1977]
Part of Hilary Stewart fonds
Series consists of material related to the production of Stewart's book Indian Fishing: Early Methods of the Northwest Coast, published in 2008.
A performer wearing a Tengu mask is in the foreground, while another performer stands at a microphone and appears to be reading from a sheet of paper. A different performer in the background stands behind a drum, while another sits on the floor and audience members look on.
Costumed Korean dancers performing Pongsan dance in the Great Hall. Two dancers are dressed in a lion costume. The dancers appear to be performing the dance of Mabu and Lion.
Two masked dancers perform Korean Pongsan using an altar on the floor of the Great Hall while other performers play instruments. The dancers appear to be wearing the masks of Mudang (on the left) and Namgang Noin (on the right)
- [ca. 1960 - 1990]
Kwakiutl Indian Dance Costumes, Vancouver Island, B. C., Canada. Back of postcard states: "Mrs. Ben Alfred, Sr., Mrs. Alfred, Mrs. Cramner, and Mrs. Sewid; Long House West Bay." Photo by E. J. Cooke; published by J Barnard, Photographer, LTD, Victoria B. C.