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  1. Chief Mungo Martin holds copper crest to be presented with the Royal Totem Pole to the Queen, 1958
Item Details

Title: Chief Mungo Martin holds copper crest to be presented with the Royal Totem Pole to the Queen

Pictured: Mungo Martin

Date: 1958

Format: Photograph [black and white print]

Location: BC Archives

Fonds: #Ir51780

More Information:  Collection of the British Columbia Archives, 1-51780.

Further Research: Aboriginal Art in the Sixties
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    Arthur Moody (Ephemera)
  2. 10. Ballerina Maria Tallchief with Ellen Neel and Totem Pole
    Ellen Neel (Photograph)
  3. 11. The Queens totem pole loaded on to the "Pacific Unity" at Victoria on its voyage to England
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  4. 12. Kwakiute (Thunderbird) pole
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  5. 13. Totem carvers, Ellen Neel and Family
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  6. 14. Bill Reid and Doug Cranmer carving the frontal board of Haida Mortuary pole
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  7. 15. Indian Art, Vancouver Sun, July 6, 1948
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