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Photograph depicts male members of the Kispiox community transportating a carved wooden totem pole at a pole rising ceremony. Photograph was taken on Campagnolo's Skeena riding tour.
Photograph depicts elders, chiefs, and councillors outside the new Kispiox Cultural Building following the pole-raising at the official opening of the facility. Photograph was taken on Campagnolo's Skeena riding tour.
Photograph depicts elders, chiefs, and councillors outside the new Kispiox Cultural Building while a totem pole was raised at the official opening of the facility. Photograph was taken on Campagnolo's Skeena riding tour.
Photograph depicts two Kispiox community members in black, red, and white button blankets in front of two totem poles transported by community members for the official opening of the new Kispiox Cultural Building. Photograph was taken on Campagnol...
- 1 June 1974
Caption below entitled: “All Set for Snowslide Victory,” and reads: “Sometimes political candidates kiss babies and sometimes political candidates kiss dogs, but in this particular case, Skeena Liberal candidate Iona Campagnolo does both. This 12-...
Accompanying handwritten note on UNBC Chancellor’s letterhead reads: “1974 Campaign, Kispiox Rodeo with Neil Sterritt”.
Buildings and power lines cross midground, mountains stand in background.Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “Kispiox with Hugh Faulkner”.
Crowd stands in background.Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “Fall 1978, Kispiox, 2 Poles by Walter Harris”.
Group photo of Mrs. Moore, Sally Tretiak, an unidentified woman, and two Moore children standing outside. An automobile and a building visible in the background. Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Moore Family, Mrs. Moore & children ...
Each child is dressed in white and seated on different level of steps. In descending order: Ellen, Violet, Lucy, and Dixon. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Violet Lucy and Dixon". It is believed that the children are sitt...
Each child is dressed in white and seated on deck in front of wood building. In descending order: Ellen, Violet, and Lucy. A barn, fence and forest can be seen in background. It is believed that the children are sitting in front of their home in ...