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Eulachon: A Fish to Cure Humanity
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Eulachon: A Fish to Cure Humanity

Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit “Eulachon: A Fish to Cure Humanity.” The exhibit was installed in Gallery 5 at the Museum of Anthropology from February 5 to May 31, 1992, and explored traditions associated with the fishing of eulachon and technology used to render its oil. In his capacity as Designer, Skooker Broome worked on the planning, designing, and installation of the exhibit. Records include: memoranda, correspondence, negatives, color photographs, b&w photographs, thumbnail photographs, transparencies, French and English exhibition captions and didactic panels, travel receipts, pencil and ink drawings, published articles, artifact lists, project summaries, budgets, a fish stamp, conservation records, exhibit catalogue drafts, colored photocopies of photographic images, exhibit diagrams, exhibit instructions, exhibit layouts installations, and designs.

Haisla Photos Kemano

File includes photos taken at a Eulachon camp along the Kemano River. Subjects include: the process of building the camp, making the eulachon oil, seagulls and sea lions feeding on eulachons, and boats fishing for eulachon.

Kingcome Photo Slides

File includes photo slides of KIngcome Estuary and Kingcome Village. Slides also include a note and a business card indicating the photographer.