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Group portrait of three men

Three men stand posed for the camera. The man copy left is the same individual from the previous print wearing western-style clothing. The men standing in the centre and copy right wear native clothing. Additional individuals stand on either side of this group, not fully visible here.

Fred Ryckman

Monk performing in Saka Dawa festival

Item is a negative showing a monk wearing a wide brimmed hat with feathers protruding from the top. There is a large group of people in the background, watching the monk.

Jongpen's wife with servant

Item is a negative showing the Jongpen's wife standing with a servant in front of a stone building. The wife is wearing an elaborate hat and jeweled earrings.

Jongpen's wife with children and servant

Item is a negative showing the Jongpen's wife. Seated in front of her are three of her children. Standing to her left is a servant holding the Jongpen and is wife's youngest child.

People farming

Item is a photograph showing people working with oxen in a field. Some of the people are wearing head dresses,

Boys Posing Outdoors

Item is a negative showing children wearing light coloured hats and holding light coloured flags posing in front of a building. Behind them appear older men without the hats or flags.

Lilo Berliner fonds

  • 145
  • Fonds
  • Nov. 1968 - 1975

Fonds consists of negative images of petroglyphs largely from the Pacific west coast of North America. Most of the images are from sites located in British Columbia, but there are also images from sites in Washington State, New Mexico, and other areas of the United States and Mexico. There are also images of artifacts, masks, totem poles, wood carvings, and graveyards. Images of family travels, landscapes, wild animals, and house cats are interspersed within the collection.

Lilo Berliner

Staff research, publications and productions

Subseries consists of material produced by museum staff, among them Wilson Duff, Harry and Audrey Hawthorn, Marjorie Halpin, and Gloria Cranmer Webster. There is extensive material on Audrey Hawthorn’s Art of the Kwakiutl Indians. Included in this subseries are ca. 2000 photographs which were collected for possible use in this book. Photographs are numbered A38-A17206 with many numbers missing throughout. The majority of photographs are of wooden masks, but they are also of bowls, bentwood boxes, paddles, rattles, totem poles, talking sticks, headdresses and frontlets, wooden figures and miniatures, whistles, spoons, silver bracelets, argillite carvings, button blankets, chilkat blankets, cedar head and neck rings, woodworking tools, stone tools, and fish hooks. Other record forms included in this subseries include correspondence, notes and published materials.

Burke Museum

File contains images of a Northwest Coast style cedar hat. Some of the images have a red dot next to them with the note "red filter".

Vickie Jensen

File contains images of Northwest Coast artifacts including bowls, baskets and nets, weavings, ropes, embroderies, hats, clothing, masks, and weapons housed in an unspecified museum(s). The textual records include a catalogue list of "materials sent to: the National Museum of Denmark, April 1928".

Group portrait of men in native dress

Numerous men in native dress stand posed in a line. A woman in western dress stands on the far right of copy image. A wooden structure is visible behind the woman and a Model T style car can be seen at the back right of image. Several horses can be seen behind the men.

Fred Ryckman

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