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2010 Olympics Aboriginal Art Program

Subseries consists of information provided by the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games held in Vancouver regarding an Aboriginal Arts Program for the Olympics. The package includes background information about the program and application information for those wishing to apply.

3D scanning research

Subseries consists of research McLennan did regarding 3D scanning technology and its use in a museum setting. Records include photographs, 3D stereoscope cards, STS scanning technology information, UBC published materials on McLennan’s research and correspondence.

A Family Affair: Making Cloth in Taquile Peru

Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit "A Family Affair: Making Cloth in Taquile Peru". This exhibit was installed at MOA from May 9 – Oct 1 1989, in Gallery 5. Elizabeth Johnson coordinated this exhibit; it was curated by Mary Frame. Records include: correspondence, grant applications, labels, newsletters, newspaper articles, drawings, notes, phone messages, slide list, statements of agreement, photocopies of documents outlining the layout and budget for the exhibit, inventories of materials used and notes on the exhibit graphics, photocopies of photos selected for the exhibit, and copies of the text for the didactic panels.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

A Green Dress: Objects, Memory, and the Museum

This sub-series consists of records relating to the exhibit A Green Dress: Objects, Memory, and the Museum.” This exhibit, which ran from September 27, 2011 until April 8, 2012, was curated by Karen Duffek, Krisztina Laszlo, Carol Mayer, and Susan Rowley, and was designed to complement the contemporaneous exhibit, “ひろしま Hiroshima.” Records within the sub-series include the exhibit proposal, notes on the development of the exhibit, correspondence, exhibition captions, promotional materials.

A Rare Flower: A Century of Cantonese Opera in Canada

Subseries consists of records relating to the 1993 exhibit, "A Rare Flower: A Century of Cantonese Opera in Canada." The exhibit began with an acquisition of historic Chinese Opera costumes from the Jin Wah Sin Music Society. The exhibit was first installed at MOA from May 16 to Nov. 7 1992, in Gallery 5. Elizabeth Johnson was both curator and coordinator. It was also a travelling exhibit with five other venues in Canada. It reopened in MOA in 1995, and later travelled to the McCord Museum. Aspects of the exhibit have been on display at numerous venues, including Hong Kong and Ghuangzhou in a panel exhibit. Subseries contains agendas, articles, artifact lists, books, business cards, agreements, correspondence, drawings, evaluations, exhibit labels, expenses, internal forms (exhibit proposal forms), financial records, guidelines, grant applications, memoranda, minutes of meetings, museum exhibit diagrams, permission forms, photographs, notes, plans, policies, press releases, proposals, publications (books and magazines), publicity records, receipts, reports, reproductions of newspaper ads and articles, research notes, schedules, slides, speaking notes, surveys, transcripts of research interviews, handbills, drafts, visitor surveys and videos.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

A guide to buying contemporary North West Coast Indian arts

Subseries consists of two files. File 1 contains a booklet titled A Guide to Buying Contemporary Northwest Coast Indian Arts by Karen Duffek. This booklet was created as part of the Museum Notes program at the Museum of Anthropology. McLennan is credited for the design of the booklet. File 2 contains oversized prints used in the booklet.


Subseries consists of a record relating to Elizabeth Johnson’s activities as instructor for Anthropology 302. Record consists of a lecture outline.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson


Subseries consists of records relating the course Anthropology 341 ‘Material Culture: Clothing and Culture’ taught by Elizabeth Johnson. Included in the series are annotated syllabi, correspondence, course outline, and presentation notes.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson


Subseries consists of records relating the course Anthropology 431 Museum Principals and Methods which Elizabeth Johnson taught regularly between 1993 and 2002. Records in the series include notes and lecture notes, correspondence, syllabi, contracts bibliographies, course description grading schemes, history of the University of British Columbia and the Museum of Anthropology’s massive carvings, artifact list, acquisition background information form, and Elizabeth Johnson’s short biography.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson


Subseries consists of records created as a result of keeping financial account of the museum’s activities. Among these records are expense ledgers, receipts, account statements, and statements of purchases. Files with more extensive descriptions contain material which may relate to the purchase of items in the collection.


Sub-series consists of textual records of the Acquisition Committee and items acquired for the museum. Records include minutes from Acquisition Committee meetings, database printouts of items acquired from Northwest Coast artists between 1977-1997, and the transcribed interview with Coast Salish artist Susan Point by Karen Duffek in 1985.

Acquisitions and documentation

Subseries consists of a wide variety of records relating to the acquisition and documentation of collections. Material includes, but is not limited to: the notebooks of R.A. Brooks, Totem Pole subject files, H.R. MacMillan correspondence, H.R. MacMillan Museum Purchase Fund, gifts received by the museum, collections lists, collections receipts, collections summaries, L. and T. Koerner Museum Purchase Fund, W.C. Koerner donations and his Museum Purchase Fund, correspondence with Florence Fyfe-Smith, artist biographical files, possible acquisitions and files on objects A50000 ADCD – A50045. Photographs are also included in the series.

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