The records in this sub-series relate to Willy White’s 2002 exhibition on Chilkat and Raven’s Tail weaving, My Ancestors Are Still Laughing. During his exhibition at the Museum of Anthropology, Willy White began weaving a gwishalaayt, or Chilkat robe. The weaving was later finished at his home in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. In 2004, a “taking off of the loom” ceremony and feast was held to celebrate the completion of the gwishalaayt. Though Elizabeth Johnson was the curator for this exhibition, Duffek worked closely with her, and the files relate to Duffek’s involvement with in the process. File contents relate to exhibition research and planning, draft exhibit texts, correspondences, transcripts of interview with the weavers, and recordings of the final ceremony.