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  1. Indian Art, Vancouver Sun, July 6, 1948 (page 11)
  2. Neel Family Carving a Totem Pole in Stanley Park, 1948
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Item Details

Title: Indian Art, Vancouver Sun, July 6, 1948

Artist: Ellen Neel

Artist: Ted Neel

Date: July 6, 1948

Format: Ephemera [clipping]

Location: Pacific Newspaper Group Library

Publisher: Vancouver Sun, Vancouver

More Information: Newspaper photo and caption: Indian art of totem pole carving is being revived in Stanley Park by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Neel, 359 Powell. Mrs. Neel is granddaughter of Charlie James, who was a totem carver at Alert Bay for the Quiquasutinuk tribe. Here the Neels are carving a 12-foot red cedar pole, and keeping an eye on their baby daughter, Terry. Collection of the Pacific News Group Library.

Further Research: Aboriginal Art in the Sixties
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    Ellen Neel (Photograph)
  2. 10. Before Public Reception, Vancouver Province, Monday, January 27, 1958
    Ellen Neel (Ephemera)
  3. 11. BC Indian Students, Vancouver Sun, April 5, 1968
    Robert Davidson (Photograph)
  4. 12. Eaton's Salutes Our Native Indian Culture, Vancouver Sun, July 18, 1967
  5. 13. Screens
    Ellen Neel (Print)
  6. 14. Mungo Martin Lying in State
    Mungo Martin (Photograph)
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