Sub subseries E - Binder 5

Aerial view of UBC Aerial view of UBC Aerial view of UBC The U.B.C. library Work room at the old Museum Harry Hawthorn and an unidentified man Old Museum Basement John Veillette doing research Judy MacKay Thompson Judy MacKay Thompson Audrey and Harry Hawthorn Audrey Hawthorn Marilyn Chechik Laura Greenberg photographing baskets Marilyn Chechik Gloria Webster Gloria Webster Gloria Webster Laura Greenberg Staff or students working at MoA
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Binder 5

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  • 1927-1990, predominant 1951-1990 (Creation)

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584 photographs : b&w and col. slides
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Subjects of this sub subseries include:

  • Working in the old Museum of Anthropology in the library basement
  • Construction of the Haida House, including Doug Cranmer and Bill Reid carving poles
  • Various displays in the new Museum of Anthropology building
  • Totem Pole Preservation Committee investigating and removing poles
  • Totem Poles on University Boulevard and in Totem Park
  • Expo 1967 images, extensive photography of many pavilions
  • Opening exhibition of the Vancouver Centennial Museum, curated by the Museum of Anthropology
  • Children's programs at the Museum of Anthropology in the late 1970s, notable is the program for visually impaired children

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