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  1. Ellen and Ted Neel and children carving a totem pole, 1955
Item Details

Title: Totem carvers, Ellen Neel and Family

Pictured: Ted Neel

Artist: Ellen Neel

Date: 1955

Format: Photograph [black and white print]

Location: VPL Special Collections

Fonds: Historical Photographs, VPL #62667 CD # 239

Size: 19.00 × 23.50 cm

More Information: Ellen and Ted Neel, and their children paint a totem pole. Collection of the Vancouver Public Library, Special Collections, VPL 62667.

Further Research: Aboriginal Art in the Sixties
  1. 09. Before Public Reception, Vancouver Province, Monday, January 27, 1958
    Ellen Neel (Ephemera)
  2. 10. Kwakiute (Thunderbird) pole
    Ellen Neel (Photograph)
  3. 11. Screens
    Ellen Neel (Print)
  4. 12. Doug Cranmer carving at Totem Park
    Doug Cranmer (Photograph)
  5. 13. The Queens totem pole loaded on to the "Pacific Unity" at Victoria on its voyage to England
     (Photograph)
  6. 14. Hunter Lewis introducing Mungo Martin at the opening of Totem Park
    Mungo Martin (Photograph)
  7. 15. Bill Reid and Doug Cranmer carving the frontal board of Haida Mortuary pole
    Doug Cranmer and Bill Reid (Photograph)