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- 1-1-MMM-b-54 (39.31)
File contains correspondence and art packages. The two art packages consists of Northwest Coast Art and The Whale House of the Chilkat. These packages contain historic photographs with full explanations, as well as high lighting the design elements. They were published by the Alaska State Museum.
- 1-1-MMM-d-15 (49.3-5)
File contains images of bentwood boxes and cedar hats housed at the American Museum of Natural History. The textual records contained in this file are copies of catalogue records.
- 1-1-MMM-d-28 (52.4-5; 53.1)
File contains images of bentwood boxes and cedar hats housed at the Vancouver Museum (now the Museum of Vancouver). The textual records contained in this file are copies of catalogue records.
- 1-1-PPP-1 (55.7)
File contains images of some of the artifacts in the Edenshaw exhibit, including argilite, carvings, hats, and metal works. The textual records in this record include photocopies of other artifacts in the exhibit, as well as photocopies of Northwest Coast artifacts housed in other museums.
- 1-1-ZZZ-13 (59.12)
- [ca. 2010]
File contains copies of correspondence between McLennan and the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) regarding MOA borrowing some pieces from their collection to showcase in the <i>Signed Without Signature</i> exhibit. The majority of the photographs contain in this file are images of a cedar hat held at the ROM. Other photographs depict gold and silver bracelets.
- 1-1-ZZZ-15 (59.14-15)
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.
- 1-1-ZZZ-19 (60.2)
- [ca. 2010]
File mainly contains images of Northwest Coast artifacts held at the Museum of Anthropology (MOA), including hats, spoons, silver bracelets, and weavings. The textual records include print outs of catalogue records of more artifacts also held at MOA.
- 1-1-ZZZ-23 (60.6)
- [ca. 2010]
File contains four photographs of a Northwest Coast style cedar hat. The textual records include a photocopy of an image of the hat featured in the photographs, as well as a photocopy of an image of two silver bracelets.
- 1-1-ZZZ-27 (60.10)
- [ca. 2010]
File contains copies of still images permission forms from the Royal British Columbia Museum, as well as copies of correspondence between McLennan and the RBCM regarding obtaining images from the RBCM for the <i>Signed without Signatures</i> exhibit. There are also photocopies of the images of cedar hats and silver bracelets supplied by the RBCM. The contact sheets include images of a cedar hat.
- 1-4-A-60 (25.11)
File contains images of Northwest Coast artifacts including bowls, baskets and nets, weavings, ropes, embroderies, hats, clothing, masks, and weapons housed in an unspecified museum(s). The textual records include a catalogue list of "materials sent to: the National Museum of Denmark, April 1928".
- 1940 - 1996, predominant 1974-1985
The fonds consists of records created and/or accumulated by Sawyer, predominately during his time as a professor and as a researcher at the University of British Columbia. Presently, there are two series in this fonds reflecting Sawyer’s research on the artifacts of Northwest Coast First Nation communities, including the: Tlingit; Haida; Tsimshian; Gitxsan; Nisga’a; Kwakwaka’wakw (formerly Kwakiutl); Nuxalk; Nuu-chah-nulth (formerly Nootka); and Coast Salish First Nations. The series contains slides, scrapbooks, photographs, textual records, and ephemera.
Alan R. Sawyer
- Nov. 1968 - 1975
Fonds consists of negative images of petroglyphs largely from the Pacific west coast of North America. Most of the images are from sites located in British Columbia, but there are also images from sites in Washington State, New Mexico, and other areas of the United States and Mexico. There are also images of artifacts, masks, totem poles, wood carvings, and graveyards. Images of family travels, landscapes, wild animals, and house cats are interspersed within the collection.
The collection consists of eight photographs likely taken in the Nuu-chah-nulth community in the 1920's. Some of the photographs may have been taken by Catherine, the daughter of an early Indian Agent named Augustus Cox. They include a number of images that appear to be a Samiilth or Saatlsaach ceremony, with K'aanaatla mimicking wolves. Some of these images are taken near a seaside village, which shows various types of structures and canoes. Other images taken on a beach show canoe runs, as well as two images of individuals in robes and headdresses. Another image shows a detailed view of two headdresses. There are also images of what seem to be preparations for a parade, with individuals dressed in costumes and decorated motorcars nearby.
Part of Fred Ryckman fonds
Image shows men, women, and children posed outside. A seated man wears a headdress. Trees and structures are visible in the background. It appears they are posed in front of a car or wagon.