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Museum research materials

  • 13-1-C
  • Sous-série organique
  • [197? – 198?, predominate 1977-1984]
  • Fait partie de Alan R. Sawyer fonds

Subseries contains research materials compiled and/or created by Sawyer to supplement his slide collection of the various Northwest coast artifacts stored in museums around North America and Europe. The materials compiled by Sawyer include photocopies of museum catalogs and index cards, as well as photocopies of published articles containing research information on some of the museum collections’ contributors, such as George T. Collins, and Louis Shotridge. Additionally, Sawyer complied his own research on some of the artifacts housed in various museums, noting information such as the size of the artifacts, the sizes of various parts of the artifacts, any colours on the artifacts, the condition of the artifacts, etc.

ref # 13-1-C

Alan R. Sawyer

Student research materials

  • 13-1-D
  • Sous-série organique
  • [1969 – 1983, predominate 1982-1983]
  • Fait partie de Alan R. Sawyer fonds

Subseries consists of research material created by Sawyer, as well as his students, regarding Northwest coast artifacts. The majority of this research pertains to a specific type of artifact known as the “Jenna Cass” mask. This portrait mask was created by the Haida First Nations, and is known for its colouring and pronounced lebret piercing. Textual materials in this subseries include reports, iconic analysis, handwritten notes, memos, correspondence, and photocopies of articles related to Jenna Cass and other artifacts research. Graphic materials include photographs, slides, film negatives, and drawings of Jenna Cass masks. Other materials not related to the Jenna Cass research include photocopies of published articles related to Northwest coast artifacts.

ref # 13-1-D

Museum research materials

  • 13-2-C
  • Sous-série organique
  • [1973-1996, predominately 1976-1985]
  • Fait partie de Alan R. Sawyer fonds

Subseries contains research materials compiled and/or created by Sawyer to supplement his slide collection of the various Northwest coast artifacts stored in museums around North America and Europe. The materials compiled by Sawyer include photocopies of museum catalogs and index cards. Additionally, Sawyer compiled his own research on some of the artifacts housed in various museums, noting information such as the size of the artifacts, the sizes of various parts of the artifacts, any colours on the artifacts, the condition of the artifacts, etc. Finally, the subseries contains copies of the correspondence Sawyer had with many of the museums he visited to conduct his research.

ref # 13-2-C

Anthropology courses

Subseries contains records relating to work Cunningham performed for Anthropology 431 and 432.

Student exhibitions

Sub-series consists of records related to Cunningham's role in the execution of the student exhibits for the course Anthropology 431. Records include student reports, exhibit schedules, course syllabus, and exhibit labels.

Multiversity galleries

Sub-series contains the records related to the design of the Multiversity galleries. This project was outsourced to an Italian company called Laboratorio Museotecnico Goppion. The majority of the records are created by them for MOA. These include tenders, project management documents, technical drawings, specifications for locks, earthquake diagrams, and notes. There are also correspondence and planning calendars created by Cunningham.

Early MOA activities and curatorial research

Subseries consists mainly of photographs collected by MOA for curatorial research, as well as some photographs documenting MOA activities and/or people. Photographs in this subseries were collected in 1976 or earlier. Subject matter of the photographs includes Northwest Coast material culture, people, and geography; MOA history; MOA events; UBC Totem Park; and, a smaller number of non-Northwest Coast cultures.

See attached pdf document for photograph list.

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