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  1. Bill Reid and Doug Cranmer carving cedar log in Totem Park, 1961
Item Details

Title: Bill Reid and Doug Cranmer carving cedar log in Totem Park

Artist: Bill Reid

Artist: Doug Cranmer

Date: [1961]

Format: Photograph [black and white print]

Location: UBC Historical Photographs

Fonds: Extension Deptartment, UBC 3.1/1619

Size: 24.00 × 19.00 cm

More Information: Reid is on the left, Doug Cranmer on right, shown carving in Totem Park. Collection of the Unviersity of British Columbia Archives, UBC 3.1/1619.

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