File contains images of Robert Davidson and the Rainbow Creek Dancers performing. In addition are digital files taken by Steven Muchnick and Eric Milliren of the event as well as images of the Museum of Anthropology and objects in a private collection.
File contains images of Lyle Wilson's work as well was Wilson's notes regarding a canoe at the American Museum of Natural History and ephemera from an exhibit at the West Vancouver Museum titled <i>North Star: The Art of Lyle Wilson</i>.
File mainly contains images of the artists involved in the <i>Through My Eyes</i>, such as Jim Hart and Robert Davidson and some of the artifacts featured in the exhibit. The textual records contain a copy of the file's content.
File contains a copy of the <i>Through my Eye</i> exhibit record, as well as copies of the exhibit's excerpts from the Vancouver Museum. There is also a postcard from the Vancouver Museum of a Tsimshian frontlet.
File mainly contains photocopies of images of Northwest Coast pieces featured in the exhibit, and photocopies of historical images of Edenshaw and of First Nations villages. Other textual records include copies of loan agreements between MOA and the Royal BC Museum. The photographs are reproductions of historical photographs featuring Charles Edenshaw.
File contains photographs and transparencies of various Northwest Coast artifacts housed at the then called Canadian Museum of Civilization [now the Canadian Museum of History]. Other images are of Charles Edenshaw. The textual records contained in this file include catalogue records for many of the artifacts included in this file.
File contains photo-copies of images of First Nation community members in Alert Bay and at St. Mike's Residential School. The photographs were taken to community elders who had been at the residential school so that they could annotate the photographs.