Portrait of an older woman and man wearing traditional dress and headpieces. They are standing outside in a brushy, open area, with a building visible in the background. The man is holding what appears to be a tobacco pipe.
Portrait of Able Derek, Nisga'a. A similar portrait of him is printed on page 136 of Carter's book Abundant Rivers, with the caption: Abel Derek at Gitlakdamix, now called Old Aiyanch 'I am just a common man.'"
Portrait of Matilda Jim, resident of the Stl'al'lmx Mount Currie Reserve. She is seen here weaving a basket. A portrait of her is printed on page 43 of Carter's book Abundant Rivers, with the caption: Matilda Jim, 106 years old. One of the village's most active basket makers. She spends her days weaving to meet a constant demand for her wares."
Image of the memorial held for the Kwakiutl Chief Mungo Martin, showing the backs of two figures walking away from the camera. One is wearing ceremonial dress. There is a cross in the ground in the foreground, and buildings in the background.