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Evelyn Goddard fonds With digital objects
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Images of Hagwilget and Kitzegukla

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."

Images of Hagwilget and Kitzegukla

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."

Images of Hagwilget and Kitzegukla

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."

Images of Hagwilget and Kitzegukla

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.