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[Totem pole, UBC]

Image of workers installing totem poles at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.

Anthony Carter

Totems, U.B.C.

Image of totem poles on display at the Museum of Anthropology at UBC.

Anthony Carter

Totems, U.B.C.

Image of totem poles on display at the Museum of Anthropology at UBC.

Anthony Carter

Totems, U.B.C.

Image of totem poles on display at the Museum of Anthropology at UBC.

Anthony Carter

Cemetery

  • 30-30-01-30-01-01-a039004
  • Item
  • [1862-1937, predominant 1930-1937]
  • Parte de John Mennie fonds

Two poles in mid-ground mixed with cross-bearing grave marker at proper right foreground

Totem poles - Alert Bay, BC

  • 30-30-01-30-01-01-a039007
  • Item
  • [1862-1937, predominant 1930-1937]
  • Parte de John Mennie fonds

Labelled: "Totem Poles Alert Bay B.C." View over wire fence. One pole at centre, mid-ground dominating

Totem poles

  • 30-30-01-30-01-01-a039010
  • Item
  • [1862-1937, predominant 1930-1937]
  • Parte de John Mennie fonds

Winged figure totem pole in foreground near burial site

Bear, wolf, and frog totem pole, Anthony Island

Image of a totem pole on Anthony Island, Haida Gwaii. This appears to be a pole now housed at the Museum of Anthropology (museum item #A50018). This museum item is described as follows: "Base section of a wooden pole, crescent-shaped in cross section and carved in shallow and deep relief. From the top down: a large seated bear with a small wolf between and in its ears and a downward facing frog emerging from the bear’s mouth. In between its arms and legs is a downward facing wolf... Stood outside at the center of the Mountain House, which belonged to the lineage of 'Those Born in the Southern Part of the Islands' of the Eagle Moiety of the Kunghit Haida. Stood near the centre of the village facing the beach along a small bay on the east side of Anthony Island. Island and village also called Skunggwai, or Red Cod Island."

Doug Cranmer UBC 1973

Image of Doug Cranmer and another person (likely Roy Hanuse) carving a totem pole at the University of British Columbia.

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