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[View of canoe log]

Image is of the canoe log, taken facing the log's east end. Isaac stands atop the middle of the canoe log as Ron stands on the ground on the log's north side. Chip and unidentified person (Reva?) stand near a small table holding the model canoe and chalkboard against the longhouse. Various supplies and cedar scraps cover the ground surrounding the log. Ocean lookout is visible in image background.

[View of canoe log from a distance]

Image is of the canoe log and unidentified persons standing near the longhouse, watching the canoe work in progress. Longhouse is visible on the right side of the image. Isaac stands atop the canoe log as Ron stands on the ground on the log's north side. Ocean lookout is visible in image background.

[View of canoe log and totem poles]

Image is of the east end of the canoe log. Image taken from a distance and demonstrates size relationships. Two totem poles are visible on right side of image.

[Video camera documenting first steam preparations]

Image is of Chip and Ron preparing various components of steaming apparatus next to large grate. Unidentified person prepares video equipment to document the process in image background. Partial exteriors of longhouse and Mortuary house are also visible.

[Video camera documenting first steam preparations]

Image is of unidentified person and Ron preparing various components of steaming apparatus. Unidentified person prepares video equipment to document the process in image background. Partial exteriors of longhouse and Mortuary house are also visible.

[Victor's houseboat]

Photograph of Victor's houseboat anchored in a river in Shanghai, in which he lived for several years prior to marrying Valentina. In the photograph , a group is seated on top of the boat, and two men are standing on the boat holding a pole with game of some kind hanging from it.

[Valentina's identification card, 1942]

Identification card for Victor's wife, Valentina, issued by the Swiss Consulate General in Shanghai, and dated July 1, 1942. This card would have been given to her just prior to being interned in a Japanese internment camp for the duration of WWII. A photograph of Valnetina is attached to the card.

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