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Nootka/Currie

File consists of slides depicting First Nations chiefs and elders, Carter's wife Minn Sjolseth with August Jacks, Johnny Seaweed, miscellaneous images from Mount Currie/Lil'wat First Nation, and a photograph labeled "Potlatch Masset 60s".

Museum pix, Haida

Image of Haida carvings on display at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.

Anthony Carter

Museum pix, Haida

Image of Haida carvings on display at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.

Anthony Carter

Museum pix, Haida

Image of Haida carvings on display at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.

Anthony Carter

Museum pix, Haida

Image of Haida carvings on display at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.

Anthony Carter

Museum pix, Haida

Image of Haida carvings on display at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.

Anthony Carter

[Unidentified man, pole raising, Haida Gwaii]

Image taken at a pole raising ceremony in Masset. The pole was carved by Robert Davidson, Jr. This image is a portrait of a man wearing what appears to be a ceremonial headdress. The man is not identified, but it is likely Chief Weah (Willie Mathews).

Anthony Carter

[Pole riaisng, Haida Gwaii]

Image from a pole raising in Haida Gwaii. The pole was carved by Robert Davidson. In this image, the pole is in the process of being raised.

Anthony Carter

House post, Sgang Gwaay, Haida Gwaii

Image of a pole from House 17 at Sgang Gwaay (Skunggwai). This is an interior pole from the Raven House. It was removed on a BC Totem Pole Preservation Committee trip in 1957. The pole is now part of the Museum of Anthropology's object collection (A50016).

House post, Sgang Gwaay, Haida Gwaii

Image of a pole from House 17 at Sgang Gwaay (Skunggwai). This is an interior pole from the Raven House. It was removed on a BC Totem Pole Preservation Committee trip in 1957. The pole is now part of the Museum of Anthropology's object collection (A50016).

R. Davidson [Jr.] pole raising, Masset Q.C.I.

Image taken at a pole raising ceremony in Masset. The pole was carved by Robert Davidson, Jr. This image shows the pole while it is still lying on the ground. A crowd is gathered around it, and a few children are sitting on or leaning against the pole.

Anthony Carter

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