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  1. Neel Family As Totem Pole, 1960
Item Details

Title: [Neel Family As Totem Pole]

Pictured: Ellen Neel

Pictured: David Neel

Pictured: David Neel

Date: [1960]

Format: Photograph [black and white print]

Location: Pacific Newspaper Group Library

Publisher: Vancouver Sun, Vancouver

More Information:  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. Screens
    Ellen Neel (Print)
  4. 12. Creator of Totem Pole, Native Voice, September 1954
    Arthur Moody (Ephemera)
  5. 13. The Queens totem pole loaded on to the "Pacific Unity" at Victoria on its voyage to England
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  6. 14. Robert Davidson carving totem pole at "Man in His World"
    Robert Davidson (Photograph)
  7. 15. Bill Reid and Doug Cranmer carving the frontal board of Haida Mortuary pole
    Doug Cranmer and Bill Reid (Photograph)