Image depicts a large totem pole standing in a field and surrounded by some brush. This pole resembles one carved by Arthur Shaughnessy, raised in 1924 as a memorial for Chief Wakas . It depicts a Thunderbird with no wings, Dzunuk'wa, Grizzly Bear, Raven, and Sisiyutl.
Several individuals, men and women, work on a totem pole located inside a tent. One wall of the tent has been pushed aside to reveal trees and sky in the distance. This appears to have been taken at the same time as item a033228.
Commercial postcard printed with a photograph of a store in Alert Bay, BC, with a totem pole and cannon in front of the store. A handwritten annotation on the verso identifies this building as a store.
Labelled: "Indian Totem. Alert Bay B.C." Single pole at centre foreground. Bottom figure's arms are outstretched. Actual title: "Thunderbird on Dzunukwa." Top figure is Thunderbird and figure below is Dzunukwa. Pole was carved by Willie & Joe Seaweed in Blunden Harbour in 1931.
A man and a woman are posed with a totem pole inside a tent. They are perhaps painting or restoring the pole. A man at the far right of copy print appears to look at their work. Paint cans are visible on the floor. This photo appears to have been taken at the same time as item a033231.