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  1. Robert Davidson carving totem pole at "Man in His World", 1970
Item Details

Title: Robert Davidson carving totem pole at "Man in His World"

Artist: Robert Davidson

Date: 1970

Format: Photograph [black and white print]

Location: UBC Archives Historical Photographs

Fonds: UBC# 41.1/1786-1

Size: 24.00 × 19.00 cm

More Information: Robert Davidson carving a totem pole at the “Man in His World” site that lived on after Expo 67’. Davidson carved in 1970 and presented the 10’ pole to the City of Montreal. Collection of the Unviersity of British Columbia Archives, UBC 41.1/1786-1.

Further Research: Aboriginal Art in the Sixties
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    Ellen Neel (Photograph)
  2. 10. BC Indian Students, Vancouver Sun, April 5, 1968
    Robert Davidson (Photograph)
  3. 11. Totem carvers, Ellen Neel and Family
    Ellen Neel and Ted Neel (Photograph)
  4. 12. Doug Cranmer carving at Totem Park
    Doug Cranmer (Photograph)
  5. 13. Dr Raley beside a totem pole
  6. 14. Mathias Joe (Chief Joe Capilano) with a Totem Pole
    Mathias Joe (Chief Joe Capilano) (Photograph)
  7. 15. The Queens totem pole loaded on to the "Pacific Unity" at Victoria on its voyage to England