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- 1-1-MMM-b-96 (44.1)
File contains images of Houstie's artwork featured in the <i>Transforming Images</i> exhibit. There are also images of Houstie working on his artwork. The textual records in this file contain photocopies on images found in this file.
- 1-1-MMM-b-95 (43.9)
File contains images of Wilson's artwork featured in the <i>Transforming Images</i> exhibit held at MOA. The file also contains images of Wilson working on his artwork. The textual records contained in this file include information and background research written by Wilson.
- 1-1-MMM-b-93 (43.7)
- [ca. 1995]
File contains images of some of the painted boards and screens featured in the <i>Transforming Images</i> Exhibit held at MOA and at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. There are also images of some of the artists featured in the exhibit working on their pieces.
- 1-1-MMM-b-92 (43.6)
File contains images of painted screens from the <i>Transforming Images</i> exhibit featured at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. The file also contains images of some of the artists featured in the exhibit working on their screens.
- 1-1-MMM-b-91 (43.5)
File contains copies of correspondence between McLennan and Jean McIntosh, Director of the Alberni Valley Museum (AVM), regarding the Transforming Image Exhibit held at AVM in 1995. Also included in the file are copies of news releases and newsclippings about the exhibit.
- 1-4-C-9 (64.4-5)
File contains historical photographs of Gitxsan villages, with a specific focus on totem poles and various buildings in the villages. There are also some images of the Gitxsan people in regalia. The textual records contain information to some of the photographs, listing the photograph's title and the museum and/or archive it originated from.
- 1-1-ZZZ-9 (59.8)
File mainly contains copies of correspondence, through snail mail and email, addressed to or sent from McLennan to various artists and museums around North America, regarding loaning artifacts to MOA for the <i>Signed Without Signature</i> exhibit. Other textual records include photocopies of images of Northwest Coast artifacts featured in the exhibit. The images contained in this file are film negatives of a woven hat lend to MOA from the American Museum of Natural History.