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Fraser River & Boston Bar

File consists of images of scenery and residents of the Fraser River and Boston Bar area of British Columbia.

Anthony Carter

Tanu

File consists of images from the Tanu village site in Haida Gwaii.

Anthony Carter

Totem Park & Wreck Beach at UBC

File consists of images of Totem Park and Wreck Beach at the University of British Columbia, as well as a small number of images of unidentified locations elsewhere in BC.

Anthony Carter

Anthony Island [totem] poles

Image of a totem pole on Anthony Island. A picture of this pole is printed on page 115 of the book This is Haida, with the caption: "One of the largest poles on the Island. The frog was quite common in the designs of the Anthony Island carvers."

Anthony Carter

Cecilia John

Portrait of Cecilia John. She is pictured on page 99 of Carter's book "From History's Locker," with the caption: 'Teh is um'. Cecelia John, 83 yrs, Nootka name, 'Mo ah chat."

Anthony Carter

Cecilia John

Portrait of Cecilia John. She is pictured on page 99 of Carter's book "From History's Locker," with the caption: 'Teh is um'. Cecelia John, 83 yrs, Nootka name, 'Mo ah chat."

Anthony Carter

Cecilia John (83 yrs)

Portrait of Cecilia John. She is pictured on page 99 of Carter's book "From History's Locker," with the caption: 'Teh is um'. Cecelia John, 83 yrs, Nootka name, 'Mo ah chat."

Anthony Carter

Totem pole, Yuquot (Friendly cove) (?)

Image of a totem pole in Friendly Cove, raised in honour of Captain Jack. The same pole if pictured on pages 104-105 of Carter's book "From History's Locker," with the caption: "The large beautifully carved totem here at Friendly Cove was raised in honor of Capt. Jack by the people of five local bands, each of the groups of carvings being done by the best carvers of each group."

Anthony Carter

Totem pole, Yuquot (Friendly cove) (?)

Image of a totem pole in Friendly Cove, raised in honour of Captain Jack. The same pole if pictured on pages 104-105 of Carter's book "From History's Locker," with the caption: "The large beautifully carved totem here at Friendly Cove was raised in honor of Capt. Jack by the people of five local bands, each of the groups of carvings being done by the best carvers of each group."

Anthony Carter

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