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 is of two women in winter clothing sitting in front of a large and intricate wooden native tomb in a cemetery, with another tomb and bare trees in the background. The photograph bears the caption, "Mrs. Falconer + Mrs. G on a Grave."
Image consists of 9 inset images, presumably of Hazelton. The images include, clockwise from upper left: a stone or wood native carving, two totem poles in front of a small building, two carved native gravestones, two mountain goat skulls with horns and one mountain sheep skull with horns (annotated), a wooden chapel with two women seated before it, three men displaying a line of fish, a suspension bridge over a river with a mountain in the background, a pristine lake scene, and a hunter with rifle squatting in front of a rack of pelts and furs (annotated). In the bottom right hand corner is the signature "Mogensen" with an underscore. Below the photograph is a caption, "More Hazelton scenes."
Image is of a totem pole standing in front of one-storey building with a steep roof and a hill covered in trees. The caption at the bottom of the photograph reads "Totem pole at Kitzegukla near Prince Rupert. McRae Bros." Sent as a postcard (with Vancouver and Hazelton postmarks dated August 9 and August 11, 1919 respectively) by Evelyn Goddard to Mrs. F.A. Goddard of Hazelton, BC.
Fonds consists of four photographs, and correspondence between Evelyn Goddard and the Museum of Anthropology regarding the donation of the images. The photographs include two snapshots taken by Goddard of indigenous graves at Hagwilget, BC, a photograph showing scenes around Hazelton, BC, and a postcard featuring the image of a totem pole at Kitseguecla, BC.