This subseries contains images shown in the exhibit <i>Anonymous Beauty</i> curated by Miriam Clavir. This exhibit was on the Japanese handmade paper collection housed at MOA. In addition are 4 transparencies of the exhibit text.
Subseries contains images of objects in the exhibit <i>The Legacy: Continuing Traditions of Northwest Coast Indian Art.</i> This exhibit was held November 25, 1981 - August 31, 1982. In addition are photographs of the exhibit opening.
Subseries consists of images showing artwork from the exhibit <i>Images of LIfe: 50 000 Years of Japanese History</i> and a copy of the proposal for the exhibition (in the form of an illustrated booklet).
Sub-series consists of textual records relating to Duff's work for the Vancouver Centennial Museum as a member of the Professional Advisory Committee and as a consultant curator for a display in the Vancouver Centennial Museum at its opening. Documents include policy drafts for the museum, minutes of meetings, correspondence and notes.
Subseries consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, photographs and documentation regarding the totem pole that was carved for UBC by Ellen Neel in 1948, its subsequent deterioration and mishandling, and the committee formed to resurrect a new pole carved by Calvin Hunt. Bill McLennan sat on the committee that was struck to handle the installation of the new pole.
Subseries contains a significant number of digital images on CD-ROMs of scans of silver bracelets from MOA, as well as various other institutions including the Royal Ontario Museum and the Canadian Museum of Civilization, in order to facilitate study of these bracelets as a flat image. Bracelets were scanned and then added to a database. These scans contributed to the Signed Without Signature exhibit at MOA on works by Charles and Isabella Edenshaw. CD-ROM 7 also includes photographs of Arthur Erickson’s birthday party at MOA.
Subseries consists of photographs documenting the carving of a totem pole by Jim Hart for MOA. The slides document the entire process of carving from start to finish. The totem pole is listed as the House Frontal Totem Pole on the MOA catalogue, carved by artist Jim Hart, purchased by MOA, and raised on October 12, 1982. McLennan noted that the pole was carved based on fragments of an old pole which came to MOA in 1948. These fragments remain in a carving shed.
This subseries consists of records relating to McLennan’s teaching work at the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art in Terrace B.C. from 2006 until 2011. McLennan has continued to teach in 2012-2013, and may return after his retirement from the MOA at UBC.