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  1. Creator of Totem Pole, Native Voice, September 1954 (page 3)
Item Details

Title: Creator of Totem Pole, Native Voice, September 1954

Artist: Arthur Moody

Date: August 31, 1954

Format: Ephemera

Location: Native Brotherhood (on-line)

Publisher: The Native Voice, Longmont, CO

More Information: Arthur Moody totem pole. Collection of the Native Brotherhood of British Columbia, West Vancouver.

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