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Kitty (Cathy) Ferry: Fish Taxonomy

Kitty (Cathy) Ferry talks about fish taxonomy with Martine de Widerspach-Thor (Reid) in English and Kwakwala. Recorded at Mrs. Kitty Ferry's house in Vancouver. Item was labelled as tape number III.

Martine J. Reid

Bella Coola Treaty

Image of five people stading by a table with records on it. One of them is holding a microphone. More people on the background.
Handwritten annotation on back "Bella Coola Treaty. Paul Willie, Al Speck, Alvin Alfred, George Speck, Alec Smith"
Item was originally numbered by creator with number 112.

Martine J. Reid

Daisy, Axuw, Flora, and Emma

Image of four women sitting in a kitchen.One of them is knitting, one of them is speaking on a telephone. In close up the hands and arms of a fifth person are visible.
Handwritten annotation on back "(L) Daisy Smith, Axuw, Flora Sewid, Emma Beans, Jun. 1987"
Item was originally numbered by creator with number 115.

Martine J. Reid

Axuw's Birthday

Image of four people sitting by a long table. There is a birthday cake on the table and a poster in the back that reads "Happy Birthday Granny Axu."
Handwritten annotation on back "(L) Arthur, Alvin, Axuw, Elizabeth (Libby)"
Item was originally numbered by creator with number 119.

Martine J. Reid

Axu Leading Potlatch Procession

Image of Agnes Alfed leading a procession. People on the background.
Handwritten annotation on back "Axu leading potlatch procession. No date" and number 10-1.
Item was originally numbered by creator with number 123.

Martine J. Reid

Axu 2003

Image of Agnes Alfred with a wooden sweeter.
Handwritten annotation on back "Axu 2003"
Item was originally numbered by creator with number 125 and note to location Alert Bay.

Martine J. Reid

How to Write in Kwakwala

Item is an audio cassette tape with no date and the annotation "How to write Kwakiutl" and "Copie" on both sides.
Item was numbered by creator with roman number I.

Daisy May Sewid-Smith

Capmbell River, Agnes Alfred and Dorothy Hawkins

Item is a recording of Agnes Alfred and Dorothy Hawkins. Item was recorded by Daisy Sewid-Smith at Campbell River, prior to Martine Reid involvement. Item was translated by Daisy Sewid-Smith in 1979.
Item includes four cassette tapes with Agnes Alfred and Dorothy Hawkins talking about love songs; the Hamatsa mask song; permission to use the chant of the Nimpkish, of the Kwakiutl; and their life story.
Item was numbered by creator with roman number II.

Agnes Alfred

Mr. Bob Wilson at his home in Fort Rupert

Mr. Bob Wilson at his home in Fort Rupert. Talking in English and Kwakwala about Tlisaligilakw (Mink) and other myths involving sea creatures. Recorded by Martine de Widerspach-Thor (Reid) in 1977 and 1978.

Martine J. Reid

Audiotape Backup of Videotape

Item is a recorded interview to Agnes Alfred telling stories on February 10, 1985. Tapes were recorded by Martine Reid, at Chief Jimmy Sewid's house and in the presence of Mrs. Jimmy Sewid and Daisy Sewid-Smith.
Item includes 3 tapes:

  • An original video recording of the interview in a Beta Video Cassette tape
  • A copy video recording of the interview in VHS a Video Cassette tape
  • An original audio recording of the interview in an Audio Cassette tape (considered as a backup by creator)
    Interview was not transcribed

Martine J. Reid

Bella Coola Treaty

Image of six people standing around a table with records on it. One of them is holding a microphone. More people on the background.
Handwritten annotation on back "Bella Coola Treaty. Ernest Willie, Peter Smith, Al Speck, Alvin Alfred, George Speck, Alec Smith"
Item was originally numbered by creator with number 109.

Martine J. Reid

Axuw's Birthday

Image of six people sitting by a long table. There is a birthday cake on the table and a poster in the back that reads "Happy Birthday Granny Axu."
Handwritten annotation on back "(L) Arthur, Alvin, Axuw, Elizabeth (Libby), Phillip, Clarence"
Item was originally numbered by creator with number 118.

Martine J. Reid

Jim Sewid, Daisy and Axu

Image of three people in ceremonial clothes, two of them are sitting down, one standing by a microphone.
Handwritten annotation on back "Jim Sewid, Daisy, Axu"
Item was originally numbered by creator with number 122.

Martine J. Reid

Moses Alfred and Harry Mountain

Image of two young men. One sitting down and one standing. Photograph taken in a professional studio.
Handwritten annotation on back "Moses Alfred (L) Harry Mountain (R)"
Item was originally numbered by creator with number 116.

Rev. Alfred James Hall and Church Army Members

Image of seven people standing on the stairs of a building. One of them is holding a banner.
Handwritten annotations on back "James Sewid", "Rev. Alfred James Hall and Church Army Members circa 1895", "Page 51"
Item was originally numbered by creator with number 124.

Campbell River: Daisy Smith and Agnes Alfred

Item is a recording of Daisy Sewid-Smith and Sgnes Alfred. Item was recorded by Daisy Sewid-Smith at Campbell River, prior to Martine Reid involvement. Item was translated by Daisy Sewid-Smith in 1979.
Item includes four cassette tapes with Agnes Alfred and Dorothy Hawkins talking about love songs; the Hamatsa mask song; permission to use the chant of the Nimpkish, of the Kwakiutl; and their life story.
Item was numbered by creator with roman number II.

Daisy May Sewid-Smith

Daisy Sewid - Lorne Smith Wedding Potlatch

Daisy Sewid and Lorne Smith wedding potlatch. Recorded by Martine de Widerspach-Thor (Reid) at the traditional Big House, Alert Bay.
3 copies. Identifiers are MAN 230a, 230b, 230c, 230d for the 3 copies.

Martine J. Reid

Agnes Alfred and Daisy Sewid-Smith at Jimmy Sewid's house

Conversation between Agnes Alfred and her granddaughter Daisy Sewid-Smith., recorded by Martine Reid at Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sewid's house, Campbell River on February 18, 1975.
Side 1: Agnes Alfred ad Daisy discuss the 1921 "illegal" potlatch at Village Island followed by the arrest of many participants, including herself and her husband.
Side 2: Regular and larger canoes, Agnes' may names and the origins of the names, where she was born, her houses, menstruation, pregnancy, having children, reincarnation, aristocracy, etc.

Martine J. Reid

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