Title and statement of responsibility area
General material designation
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Title statements of responsibility
Level of description
Edition statement of responsibility
Class of material specific details area
Statement of scale (cartographic)
Statement of projection (cartographic)
Statement of coordinates (cartographic)
Statement of scale (architectural)
Issuing jurisdiction and denomination (philatelic)
Dates of creation area
1965 - 1976 (Creation)
Physical description area
b&w and col. ; 7 x 7-21 x 26 cm.
Publisher's series area
Title proper of publisher's series
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Archival description area
Name of creator
Scope and content
Sub-series consists of photographs, negatives, photocopies, postcards, cut-outs, drawings, and rubbings acquired by Duff. Images consist of views of wooden and panel pipes; boxes and chests; dishes, bowls, plates, spoons, and other household articles; coppers; chief’s seats; coffins; carvings and poles; cloaks and blankets; bracelets; screens; masks and frontlets; paddles and canoes; and photos of Albert Edenshaw. Also included are textual records that describe the images.
Immediate source of acquisition
The sub-series is arranged into seven binders. The photographs were originally housed behind plastic sheets in 8 loose-leaf binders; many were mounted with photographic corners. The materials were initially processed in 1977, to facilitate their use for teaching and research purposes. At that time, the pages of binders 1 to 7 were numbered, the artifacts on each page identified and recorded, and loose material mounted on added pages. Binder 8 was neither numbered nor listed.
It is assumed that this early processing preserved Duff’s arrangement of the materials. Blank pages and mounting corners indicate that some photos are missing; but a 1977 listing of the materials suggests that this represented the order as received. Originally misplaced, binder 6 was rediscovered in May 1997 and processed in the description. The current inventory has maintained the existing, and presumed original, order of the remaining binders.