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Totem Park & Wreck Beach at UBC

File consists of images of Totem Park and Wreck Beach at the University of British Columbia, as well as a small number of images of unidentified locations elsewhere in BC.

Anthony Carter

Coppers

File consists of images of painted and/or engraved coppers at the Museum of Anthropology at UBC. These images show final pieces as well as pieces as they are being made.

Anthony Carter

Rufus Moody & carvings

File consists of image of Haida artist Rufus Moody, taken in what appears to be a home. A woman identified as Lucette is featured as well in a number of the images, possibly his wife. Also included is an image of some of his argillite carvings.

Anthony Carter

Robert Davidson, Jr. & carvings

File consists of images of artist Robert Davidson, Jr. and his work. Images include portraits of Davidson, as well as images of him carving and of his silver work.

Anthony Carter

First Nations centre

File consists of images of performers and children at what is identified as the First Nations centre (in Vancouver, BC?).

Anthony Carter

Various museum displays

File consists of images of displays at the Museum of Anthropology at UBC. Objects shown include Haida carvings, a Chilkat blanket, and unidentified masks.

Anthony Carter

Burial boxes

File consists of images of burial boxes, likely taken at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.

Anthony Carter

Stanley Park totem poles

File consists of images of Stanley Park in Vancouver, BC. Subjects include totem poles, Siwash Rock, boats, and construction.

Anthony Carter

Miscellaneous totem pole images

File consists of images of totem poles and other carvings, some of which were taken at the University of British Columbia. The others are unidentified.

Anthony Carter

Ans'pa yaxw (Kispiox) & Gitsegukla

File consists of images of the Skeena River valley area in British Columbia, near Hazelton. Subjects include people, totem poles, scenery, and the the villages of Gitsegukla and Kitwancool.

Anthony Carter

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