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Violet and Lucy Taylor with Drama Group

Lucy stands next to Violet on far right in group with six other unidentified young girls. Each girl wears a white dress and holds a holly branch. They stand on material laid out in snow in front of unidentified building. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Violet. Lucy. This is their Holly and Mistletoe Drill".

Violet and Lucy Taylor Performing "Sleeping Beauty" with Drama Group

Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Here they are in Sleeping beauty asleep. Virginia is not all in. She is behind Violet who is King. Father of the beauty. That is the queen in front and the nurse at the head of the bed and the Beauty on the bed." The girls are in costume on material laid out in snow in front of unidentified building. Unknown wood object in left foreground.

Hazelton Masquerade Dance

Handwritten caption beneath this photo reads: "Hazelton Masquerade Dance April 8th /12". A group of approximately 70 people in costume stand in large room with wood interior and British flag in background. The group includes men, women, and children of all ages.

Hazelton Masquerade Dance

A group of approximately 70 people in costume stand in large room with wood interior and two British flags in background. The group includes men, women, and children of all ages. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "I Say were you ever in the Old Country?". See also item 2009.5.1.56.

H.F Glassey in Costume at Hazelton, BC

Photograph depicts H.F. Glassey standing on left with handcuffs and baton. Thirteen people stand in costume in foreground. Curtain, framed pictures, and decorative branches hang on wall in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "H. F. (Bert) Glassey - Policeman, small man - Druggist, Smith girl, Matron Hospital (Wrench Hospital), Bandaged Head, Bank Manager, 1913 Hazelton Player Club."

Bridget Moran at Decorative Fruit Platter

Photograph depicts Moran standing in floral print dress, holding plate of food by fruit platter featuring a carved elephant and palm tree. Party decorations and tree can be seen in image. Building and unidentified men stand in background.

Justa Monk & Bridget Moran in Bookstore

Justa Monk and Bridget Moran stand in foreground. Unidentified individuals can be seen in bookstore in background. Bridget Moran published a book in 1994 entitled 'Justa: A First Nations Leader, Dakelhne Butsowhudilhzulh'un'.

Moran Signing Copy of 'Judgement at Stoney Creek'

Photograph depicts Bridget Moran seated at table covered with copies of 'Judgement at Stoney Creek'. Three copies of 'Stoney Creek Woman' are also displayed on table. Bookshelves in background. Photo believed to have been taken at same location as items 2008.3.1.17.1, 2008.3.1.17.2, and 2008.3.1.19.4.

Bridget Moran wearing Button Blanket

Photograph depicts Moran seated in chair at unknown location. Red and black button blanket features traditional thunderbird, wolf, and killer whale designs. Television, armchair, and window visible in background.

View of the Agora, UNBC

Photograph depicts the Agora center at the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George, B.C. Sign in foreground reads "Agora/Student Centre". Unidentified individuals can be seen in red blankets on upper walkway in background, above the Winter Garden. Accompanying note from Maureen Faulkner: "The first nations people, in button blankets, gather". Photo believed to have been taken on the day Bridget Moran received an Honourary Law Degree.

Arts Gallery of Honour Award Trophy

Photograph depicts Prince George Arts Gallery of Honour Trophy sitting on table with red tablecloth. The trophy was accepted by Judy Kennedy on behalf of Bridget Moran.

Grand opening of Forest Museum in Duncan

Item is a photograph of Ray Williston planting a dogwood tree at the Museum’s grand opening on May 17, 1969. Behind Mr. Williston is NDP Leader Robert Strachan standing beside Premier W.A.C. Bennett. On the extreme left is Mr. George Wellbourn who donated all the equipment to the museum.

BC forestry delegation at Japanese banquet

Item is a photograph of Ray Williston at a banquet hosted by Sanyo Pulp Ltd. in May 1970. Mr. Williston is flanked by Vern Stothert of Stothert Veco Consultants Ltd., who designed BC Forest products’ mill in Mackenzie and Margaret Nagy, who was scouting financing for a pulp mill in Bella Coola.

Group gathered at totem pole of eagle crest, Southeast Alaska

Group of eight men and seven children stand in front of crest pole on unidentified building.

Handwritten annotation below image reads: "[..?] Alaska. Indian Totem Pole, Eagle Crest South Eastern Alaska."; on verso: "Chapter XXI Illustrations No. 2. [Kinnanook?] Section of Indian Village showing Totem pole of Eagle crest."

Finback whale crest, Southeast Alaska

Two carved poles stand in foreground, a third smaller pole visible by wood structure in background.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "For heading of Page 12. Fin Back Whale Crest. [?] Totems, S.E. Alaska".

Canoes and village buildings at Alert Bay, BC

Canoes sit on shore in foreground beside village buildings. A dock is visible above water in background.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Alert Bay Indian Ranch No. 14 Alert Bay. To be shown on page 69 or 70, re Alert Bay Mission."

Unidentified First Nations village

Shoreline perspective of an unidentified coastal village situated on B.C.’s north coast. European style houses run parallel to a rocky shore. Seven men and one child stand within this frame and totem poles and a mortuary pole are also visible along the shoreline.

Ceremonial Regalia

Photograph features an arranged collection of Chief’s ceremonial regalia: Chikat robe and Amalayt (headdress), two carved wooden rattles and two leggings.

Handwritten annotation in pen on recto reads: “Qush ahlied (?) or Chilcat [sic] Robe worn by Chiefs when entertaining. Also 'Ahm Ahlied'(?) or Head Ornament Indian Coronet and leggings." Verso also has additional handwritten annotations which have been crossed out.

Mortuary pole of Chief Gwaksho

Photograph depicts a mortuary pole situated against a snowy landscape.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “Chapter XVIII, Nom. 1 Chief Gwaksho’s totem pole. The Great Hunter.”

Shoreline Petroglyphs

Petroglyphs featuring coppers painting onto a rock face next to a lake.

Handwritten annotation in pencil on verso reads: “As seen from the R.R. track. By Harlan I. Smith. 4 poles E of 92 mile or about 1 ½ meter E. of Tyce, B.C., Red Pictograph, Note: head above and to the right at the left of log top in shadow of cedar.” Stamped annotation on verso reads: “Department of Mines Geological Survey Photographic Division, January 21 1926” – in pen above this stamped date is written “7-10-1925”.

Rock carvings

Carvings visible on a moss covered rocky outcrop. Handwritten annotation in pencil on verso reads: “Rock carvings. Copper Mountain, Al”.

Medicine man’s regalia - Haida

Display of the tools of the Medicine Man: rattles, statues, hats (crowns), masks, spoons apron and body ornamentation.

Handwritten annotation in pen on verso reads: “A medicine man’s outfit. Crowns of bear’s claws, aprons of skins adorned with carved charms of bone and ivory, also rattles. Would illustrate Chapt. XIII for no. 2”

Medicine man’s regalia - Haida

Display of the tools of the Medicine Man: snow shoes, rattles, trumpet, hats (crowns), mask, apron and body ornamentation.

Handwritten annotation in pen on verso reads: “No. 26 Medicine Man’s Outfit. Bear claw crowns, aprons with charms, rattles, trumpet, for insertion at close of chapt.”

Medicine man’s rattle - Haida

Close up of a carved wooden rattle featuring one side which is in the shape of a sun with face.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “Medicine man’s rattle. One side representing The sun and the other side The Moon. For heading of Page 20 Medicine Man’s rattle, Haida, Q.C. Islands.”

Medicine man grave marker

Two carved wooden figures covered in moss stand side by side with a fallen wooden plank lying between them. Wooden figures have pen marks applied to the surface of the photo.

Handwritten annotation in pen on verso reads: “Chapt. XIX No. 3. A medicine man’s tomb guarded by two figures, one of which has two heads following a tradition. They are both ie (?) the two headed figure, arranged in the headdress containing the swan’s down which is the sign of peace”.

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