Image is of two women in winter clothing standing in front of a large and intricate wooden native tomb in a cemetery, with tombs and bare trees in the background. The photograph bears the caption, "Mrs. G and I. The Indian Graves."
Image depicts a large Tibetan building, possibly a temple or a monastery. Traditional Tibetan architectural features visible here include a structure with multiple windows to let in sunlight and a flat roof to preserve heat. These dwellings are often constructed with a combination of wood, rocks, cement, and earth. Several figures are seated in front of this dwelling near a row of drums.
Image depicts several individuals dressed in regalia and performing what may be the Black Hat Dance. This dance is taking place in front of the building depicted in images a033048-a033049 and a033054-a033060.
Photograph shows a crowd watching a procession of Haida men in button blankets, some wearing hats and headdresses, and two of whom are holding carved staffs at the ceremony for the raising of Bill Reid's pole in Skidegate. A rope to raise the pole is visible in the foreground at the feet of the group.