Inspecting a partially carved pole
Image depicts Doug Cranmer and another carver, possibly Godfrey Hunt, with a partially carved pole. A man and a woman observe the work.
Finished pole ready for transport
Image depicts a completed pole, wrapped and enclosed in a wooden frame, ready for transport. Image appears to have been taken at a loading dock.
Partially carved pole
Image depicts three carvers working on a totem pole. The centre carver is Doug Cranmer; the man on Cramner's right may be Godfrey Hunt. A woman works, possibly sanding, image right.
Image depicts a large carving, possibly of a Thunderbird. Painted in black, white, green, and tan, the wings are spread out wide.
Unfinished canoe, closeup view
Image depicts a partially completed canoe, viewed from close up so that the grain of the wood is visible.
Constructing a canoe
Image depicts Douglas Cranmer with a partially finish canoe filled with water. He seems to be measuring, and possibly preparing to stretch the canoe's interior to make it wider.
Image depicts a a closeup view of a carving. It is unfinished, and marks on the wood are visible.
Carving in progress
Image depicts a carver working on some kind of a large carving.
Image depicts a drawing and text representing plans for a canoe, possibly the Nootka canoe carved by Douglas Cranmer for the Royal Museum of British Columbia in Victoria, B. C.
Carving a canoe
Image depicts a partially completed canoe, filled with water outside. A carver, possibly Godfrey Hunt, is also shown.
Constructing a canoe
Image depicts a partially completed canoe, filled with water outside. Two carvers, probably Douglas Cranmer and Godfrey Hunt, are also shown.
Image depicts a small carving that may represent an eagle.
Cradle head and side boards
Image depicts the head and side boards for Betsy Cranmer's cradle. A seal bowl is also shown.
Image depicts a carved head. The eyes on the face are shut; the mouth is open in an o-shape.
Sea gull mask, side view
Image depicts a side view of a sea gull mask. The bottom section of a totem pole is visible on the right side of the photo.
Old whale mask
Image depicts an old mask of a whale. Several parts are articulated and held together with string. Mask may have been found in Quatsino, on the northern portion of Vancouver Island.