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View of very tall totem pole

Image shows an extremely tall totem pole. It resembles a pole, attributed to carver Jimmy Dick, which stands 173 feet (56.4 meters) tall and is reputed to be the world's tallest totem pole. It was raised in 1973 and was constructed from two poles. The top figure, representing Sun-Man, fell to the ground in 2007. See also item a033274.

Two women in ceremonial dress and a girl

Two women in ceremonial dress stand in front of a wall painted with designs, some of which resemble a face. A blond girl poses in front of the women. The back of the photo is labeled Laurie. The women may be Mrs. Crammer and Mrs. Alfred, ceremonial dancers. See also item a033232.

Two women and a table of salmon

A woman stands next to a table holding a fillet of salmon ready for barbecuing. Another woman sits at the table preparing other fillets for cooking. Trees and blooming shrubs are visible in the background, as is a structure that may be an outhouse.

Two totem poles in a field

Image depicts two totem poles in an open area. Pole on image left resembles a pole carved by Tony Hunt, Calvin Hunt, Peter Knox, and John Livingston in 1976 as a memorial for Johnathan Hunt. It features Raven, Man Holding a Copper, Sun Holding a Copper, and Killer Whale.

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