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Chief Weah [Willie Matthews] at Dunbar House

Portrait of Chief Weah (Willie Mathews). A different portrait of him is printed on page 11 of Carter's book "This is Haida," with the caption: "Hereditary chief of the village 'Haida,' located at the north end of Masset Inlet its Indian name was 'Ottiowas.'"

Anthony Carter

House of Chief Wiah

Item is an image of two buildings, seven totem poles, and one cannon. According to annotations, photograph is of the house of Chief Wiah, Town Chief of G?aw (also known as Old Massett) in the Haida Gwaii archipielago.

G?aw

Item is an image of a coastal village, taken from the sea. According to annotations, photograph is of G?aw (also known as Old Massett) in the Haida Gwaii archipielago taken from the Ship Islander.

G?aw

Item is an image of several buildings and totem posts. According to annotations, photograph was taken in G?aw (also known as Old Massett) in the Haida Gwaii archipielago.

Woman in G?aw

Item is an image of a woman walking away from the camera with three buildings and a totem pole in the background. According to annotations, photograph was taken in G?aw (also known as Old Massett) in the Haida Gwaii archipielago

Woman in G?aw

Item is an image of a woman by a building. According to annotations, photograph was taken in G?aw (also known as Old Massett) in the Haida Gwaii archipielago

People in G?aw

Item is an image of a group of people sitting for the photograph. Other people, buildings, and totem poles are visible in the background. According to annotations, photograph was taken in G?aw (also known as Old Massett) in the Haida Gwaii archipielago

Woman by a Building in G?aw

Item is an image of a woman by a building. There are some buildings, poles, and canoes in the background. According to annotations, photograph was taken in G?aw (also known as Old Massett) in the Haida Gwaii archipielago

People in G?aw

Item is an image of a group of people by a building and a totem pole, other buildings and poles visible in the background. According to annotations, photograph was taken in G?aw (also known as Old Massett) in the Haida Gwaii archipielago

House of Chief Albert Edward Edenshaw

Item is an image of two totem poles by two buildings. According to annotations, photograph is of the house of Chief Albert Edward Edenshaw, G?aw (also known as Old Massett) in the Haida Gwaii archipielago.

Minn Sjoselth Paintings 73-75 Kwakiutl (Kwakwaka'wakw)

File consists of slides depicting Minn Sjolseth's paintings and labeled "Longhouse Posts Totem, Village Island, BC, 1974," "Kitwanga Village, 1967," "'Intermission' Kwakiutl, 1974," "Kwakiutl Totems, Alert Bay 1971,", "Last Totem of Skidegate QCI," "Native Cariboo Child, 1973," "Final Rest 1973," "Kwakiutl Totem 1973," "Dominic Charlie, Weather Prophet, Squamish Tribe, 1972," "Wilderness Watch, 1973," and "Basket Weaver." Many of these paintings depict individuals also photographed by Anthony Carter for his book publications.

Ketchikan and Kitwancool Totems and Views

File consists of slides depicting totems and views labeled as in Kispiox, Kitwancool, Ketchikan, Haida, Kitseguckla, Skedans, and Kingcome. File also consists of slides documenting two of Minn Sjolseth's paintings entitled "En av de Siste" (sp?) and "Peace."

Photos of Elders

File consists of slides labeled "Andy," "Mr and Mrs Williams, Friendly Cove, Nootka," "Anthony Island Queen Charlotte Island 1967," "Minn Sketching at Yan QCI, Haida," "Kitwancool 1969," "Kasper," "Mary Ann 1967 Squamish," and "Kingcome."

Haines Alaska and Caspar (Ketchikan 1966)

File consists of slides depicting one of Minn Sjolseth's paintings ("Village Watch"), Sjolseth working on a painting, a slide bearing the caption "Queen Ch. Island group," and several slides captioned "Caspar at Ketchikan."

Ninstints expedition (BCTPPC)

Image of Wilson Duff, Harry Hawthorn, Bill Reid and John Smyly under a shelter on Skunnggwaii llanas (Anthony Island). The image was taken during the Ninstints expedition to retrieve 11 totem poles from the area.

Canoes

File contains a combination of historical and modern day images of canoes used by First Nation groups living on the Northwest Coast. The historical images contain images of village life and uses of the canoe in a historical context. The modern day images show canoes housed in various museums in Canada and the United States. The textual records contained in this file are photocopies of images of canoes, both from historical photographs and of modern day photographs.

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