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View of the temporary exhibition Chiefly Feasts: The Enduring Kwakiutl Potlatch, held at the American Museum of Natural History, Ocober 1991- February 1992. Also includes studio photographs of masks and artifacts.
Studio photographs of artifacts for the publication, Chiefly Feasts: the Enduring Kwakiutl Potlatch.
Master slide set from the book, "From the Land of the Totem Poles: the Northwest Coast Indian Art Collection at the American Museum of Natural History".
Slides of Kwakiutl objects and Tlingit helmet. Objects include masks, paintings, and sculptures. One slide of the Haida War Canoe (Great Canoe).
Slides of Richard Hunt, direct descendant of George Hunt, carving and painting a totem pole during the Chiefly Feasts temporary exhibition held at the American Museum of Natural History. Images include museum visitors viewing Hunt working and finished exhibition location in the 77th Street entrance hall across from the Haida canoe.
- Museum exhibits -- Photographs 2
- Tlingit art 2
- Haida art 1
- Indian art -- Northwest Coast of North America 1
- Indians of North America -- Northwest, Pacific 1
- American Museum of Natural History 4
- American Museum of Natural History. Photo Studio 3
- American Museum of Natural History. Department of Anthropology 1
- Beckett, J. (Jackie) 1
- Chesek, Craig 1