Showing 4821 results

archivistische beschrijving
Bestanddeel Engels
Print preview View:

60 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Borrowing Conditions Guide

File contains records related to the borrowing conditions guide and questionnaire and a guide to acquisitions. File contains “Borrowing Conditions – A Guide” from 2001, “Borrowing Conditions for Loans to Originating Communities: A Guide” from 2000, notes from meetings, “University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology, Borrowing Conditions” from 1999, a “Borrower Facilities Questionnaire” from 1992, “Acquisitions – A Guide” from 1999, and correspondence

Allison Cronin

Other correspondence

This file contains correspondence between Eric Parker and Harold Nation, Tenzing Chhodak, and the editor of Country Life Magazine.

ref # 4-1-2

Other miscellaneous material

The ‘Publications’ file consists of one bound, 59-page Almanac with pages wood block-printed with Tibetan text. A folded rice paper envelope accompanies the Almanac and has a handwritten annotation that reads, “Almanac of Iron Bird Year from Feb 28, ’21 to Mar 2, ’22.” Supplementary information provided by Father Donald indicates that this Almanac was printed specifically for British/Indian government use, although its contents is unknown. Also included in this file is a published map of Tibet titled, “North-Eastern Frontier,” and dated July 1905. Of significance is the map’s close temporal association with the (Francis) Younghusband Expedition of 1904, a famous military mission to Tibet. The file also includes more recent materials such as two newspaper clippings (1974; n.d.), a program guide to a service held for the Dalai’s visit to Vancouver (1980), a newspaper (“News Tibet,” 1988), and two newsletters (1988, 1989).

ref # 4-3-2

Pigapicha! - Correspondence

File includes email correspondence with Katharina Greven, the curator of Pigapicha, regarding plans to show the exhibition at the Museum of Anthropology.


File consists of images taken at or near Slatechuck Mountain on Haida Gwaii (called Kaagan in the Haida language). This mountain, located near Queen Charlotte City, is best known as a source of argillite, a rare form of slate used in Haida art. Images in this file show individuals harvesting argillite, in addition to images of women harvesting and preparing spruce roots to weave baskets, and images of the Golden Spruce tree that formerly stood in the area.

Anthony Carter

Resultaten 101 tot 120 van 4821