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Thunderbird carving

Image depicts a large carving, possibly of a Thunderbird. Painted in black, white, green, and tan, the wings are spread out wide.

Eagle carving

Image depicts a small carving that may represent an eagle.

Sleeping face

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.

Eagle painting

Image depicts an eagle, which seems to be painted on canvas rather than paper.

Artifacts: mask, argillite, mauls

Image depicts a display of artifacts that appear to be predominately from the Northwest Coast cultural groups, including a mask, argillite totem poles, and mauls. Printed underneath the image is the photographer information: "Thos. E. Perkins, Toronto".

Moencofore

Photograph of two Hopi women (whom Maude identifies using the outdated term Moki) weaving a manta.

Tibetian pendants and belt

Image depicts several individuals wearing pendants and a belt. These items may have religious significance. See also item a033051.

Silk temple hanging

Item is a negative showing a stone building with a large wall hanging off of it. The hanging appears to have an image of a Buddha on it.

Silk temple hanging

Item is a negative showing a close up of the wall hanging described in negative a033653.

Mt. Currie [reserve], Matilda Jim

Portrait of Matilda Jim, resident of the Stl'al'lmx Mount Currie Reserve. She is seen here weaving a basket. A portrait of her is printed on page 43 of Carter's book Abundant Rivers, with the caption: Matilda Jim, 106 years old. One of the village's most active basket makers. She spends her days weaving to meet a constant demand for her wares."

Anthony Carter

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