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  1. Totem Poles and Long Houses at the University of British Columbia
Item Details

Title: Totem Poles and Long Houses at the University of British Columbia

Format: Photograph

Location: VPL Special Collections

Fonds: Historical Photographs, VPL #85817

More Information:   Collection of the Vancouver Public Library, Special Collections, VPL 85817.

Further Research: Aboriginal Art in the Sixties
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    Doug Cranmer and Bill Reid (Photograph)
  2. 10. Glenn Lewis installation at Intermedia Nights
    Michael de Courcy and Glenn Lewis (Photograph)
  3. 11. David Orcutt Performance
    Michael de Courcy and David Orcutt (Photograph)
  4. 12. Mathias Joe (Chief Joe Capilano) with a Totem Pole
    Mathias Joe (Chief Joe Capilano) (Photograph)
  5. 13. Kwakiute Indian Carving Totem Pole, Ellen Neel carving demonstration
    Ellen Neel (Photograph)
  6. 14. Neel Family As Totem Pole
    Ellen Neel, David Neel, and David Neel (Photograph)
  7. 15. Festival 1961 of the Contemporary Arts Feb. 6th to 11th
     (Ephemera)