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View of men on horseback

Several men wearing native clothing sit astride horses in a large open field. Mountains are visible in the distance.

Fred Ryckman

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".

Vancouver Museum

File contains images of bentwood boxes and cedar hats housed at the Vancouver Museum (now the Museum of Vancouver). The textual records contained in this file are copies of catalogue records.

Tibetan women

Item is a negative showing the same two women pictured in the previous image (a033682). One of the women is turned around to show the back of her dress.

Tibetan women

Item is a negative showing four unidentified women. Two of the women are seated while the other two are standing. The women are wearing the Tibetan costumes and headpieces from the Lhasa region.

Royal Ontario Museum

File contains copies of correspondence between McLennan and the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) regarding MOA borrowing some pieces from their collection to showcase in the <i>Signed Without Signature</i> exhibit. The majority of the photographs contain in this file are images of a cedar hat held at the ROM. Other photographs depict gold and silver bracelets.

Royal British Columbia Museum

File contains copies of still images permission forms from the Royal British Columbia Museum, as well as copies of correspondence between McLennan and the RBCM regarding obtaining images from the RBCM for the <i>Signed without Signatures</i> exhibit. There are also photocopies of the images of cedar hats and silver bracelets supplied by the RBCM. The contact sheets include images of a cedar hat.

Rajah Tering and family, at their home outside of Gyantse

Item is a photograph showing five people seated with other people in the background. The image depicts Rajah Terrng, the brother of the King of Tering, seated in the center and his family. From left to right is Rajah Tering's unidentified daughter, son Chigin, son Shimi and his unidentified wife. The two women on the ends are wearing head dresses.

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