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Subseries Museum of Anthropology English
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Special events

Subseries consists of files relating to nine special events: the Indian Costume Show (1950), Open House Day (1955), the opening of Totem Park, the Henry Speck (Ozistalis) show (1964), a talk given on aboriginal medicine (1966), Bill Holm’s Indian Dance Group (1967), the opening ceremony for the new museum (1974-1979), the Raven Celebration (1980), the ‘Ksan Poleraising (1980-1981), and the dedication of the museum doors (1976). The records in this subseries consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, memoranda, photographic negatives, ephemera, plans, budgets, financial statements, receipts, a copy of the June 9, 1976 edition of UBC Reports, and a copy of Canadian Art Review VI/I/1979.

Traveling exhibits

Subseries consists primarily of material from the exhibit Man and His World in Montreal 1969-1970. Predominantly, the files contain correspondence with Rudy Kovach regarding design of the exhibit, as well as with Dr. Walter Gage and various Montreal officials including Mayor Drapeau. The records in this subseries take the form of correspondence, newspaper clippings, ephemera, inventories, plans and insurance evaluations.

Temporary exhibits

Subseries consists of material on exhibits, both at the UBC Museum of Anthropology and elsewhere. Files include material on the following exhibits: People of the Potlatch, The Trader and the Goods of Trade, Roy Vickers. These files include correspondence relating to possible exhibitions of oriental material and of Japanese, Greek, Roman and Etruscan material. The records in this subseries take the form of correspondence, memoranda, notes, sketches, news paper clippings, ephemera, plans and photographs.

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