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  1. Totem Land Stationery, 1954
  2. Totem-Land Mission Statement, 1954
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Item Details

Title: Totem-Land Stationery and Mission Statement

Date: 1954

Format: Ephemera

Location: City of Vancouver Archives

More Information: Letterhead and Mission statement on back of stationery.  Collection of the City of Vancouver Archives.

Further Research: Aboriginal Art in the Sixties
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    Mathias Joe (Chief Joe Capilano) (Photograph)
  2. 10. Kwakiute Indian Carving Totem Pole, Ellen Neel carving demonstration
    Ellen Neel (Photograph)
  3. 11. Neel Family As Totem Pole
    Ellen Neel, David Neel, and David Neel (Photograph)
  4. 12. Bill Reid and Doug Cranmer carving cedar log in Totem Park
    Doug Cranmer and Bill Reid (Photograph)
  5. 13. Dr Raley beside a totem pole
     (Photograph)
  6. 14. Thunderbird Totem Heading for Wales, Native Voice, May 1954
    Ted Neel (Ephemera)
  7. 15. Danish Museum To Get Totem Pole From City, Vancouver Province, January 20, 1944
    Ellen Neel and Palette  (Ephemera)