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Photographic prints and research documentation regarding field photographs taken during the 1873 and 1874 government tours on the H.M.S Boxer are available at the Royal British Columbia Museum’s Indigenous Collections and Repatriation department. These are housed in the Indigenous audio-visual photographic collections. For photographs relating J-04215, J-04200, J-04194, J-04195 and J-04217, consisting of distance and close-up views of this community village site and associated group portrait, see PN02689 (same view as J-04215 in the BC Archives holdings), see PN02709 (same view as J-04194 in the BC Archives holdings). Some of these are stereocards marketed by Richard Maynard with green card mounts (see PN02709). Some stereocards contain photographers imprints, captions, and a few annotations. One stereocard contains the imprint of R Maynard on the front and verso of the card, and a handwritten image description with the following information: "Chiefs House on Alert Bay, B.C." (see PN02709).
Another cropped stereocard contains an handwritten annotation with a reference to the publication by anthropologist Franz Boas "Social Organization of the Kwakiutl, pg 378" that contains an illustration of a similar housefront and identified as "Chief Takoglas house"(see PN02709).
Please contact the Indigenous Collections and Repatriation department to determine the access status of these records.
In this series (MS-3378), for photographs consisting of distance and close-up views of this community village site and associated group portrait, see J-04215, J-04200, J-04194, J-04195 and J-04217. Part of the Maynard family collection (PR-1259).