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The door of Chief Hoort's Ranche. Queen Charlotte Island. 

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1 watercolour / aquarelle : brown and black wash over pencil with opaque white and gum arabic on wove paper mounted on cardboard
Support: 24.500 x 22.600 cm (sheet)
Secondary support: 24.500 x 22.600 cm (secondary support)
Graphic (art)
99: Closed pending processing
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Graphic (art)
99: Closed pending processing
2000790367 Item no. assigned by LAC 117
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Other accession no.
1989-176 DAP

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Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1989-176-117
Copyright: Expired

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Additional information

Signatures and inscriptions
Inscription: in pen and black ink, recto, l.l.: ER [in monogram] oper.; b.: The door of Chief HOORT'S RANCHE. his Totems - DANCING BLANKET & HAT./ QUEEN CHARLOTTE'S ISLAND - ; in pencil, verso, c., of secondary support: Chief Hoorts is an Haida - Hoorts means Grizzly Bear ["Grizzly Bear" underlined]/ Bear is totem of this tribe-/ Dancing blanket is woolen nowadays - used to be/ made of cedar bark - the wooly part - Hat made of/ white birchbark - embroidered with black & brown bear hair -

Subject heading

1. artifact.
2. objet façonné.
3. Indian.


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