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DrawingNb3.1428

Three drawings glued to red cardboard. Drawing on the left has two profile creatures, top one of which is a seal ?, facing left with a face on the back in pencil with red details including petal-like protrusions all around. Bottom is a line drawn whale surrounded by row of u forms on top and split u's below. Pencil inscription at the bottom right reads 'Maurice age - 8' with 'M. Wadhams' printed below in ink. Drawing at the top right is of a whale facing to the right side. Three rows of blue dots extend out of the spout. There is a small whale figure behind the dorsal fin. Design elements are variously coloured in orange, pink, red, purple, and brown. In red, 'killer Whale' is written in an image below outlined by a scroll. At the bottom right, there reads 'by Simon Charlie age - 13'. Drawing at the bottom right has a whale-like head at the top, a second head below and to the right with four segmented appendages to the left. Similar colouring as the picture above it. Below, there reads 'Octopus by Simon Charlie age - 13'. Covered with clear plastic.

Culture
“Kwakwaka'wakw” ?
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DrawingNb3.1427

Village scene drawn in pencil and coloured with pencil crayons. The scene includes four masked dancers in the foreground at the water's edge, two gable roofed houses with vertical planking in the background, three totem poles, and a row of seven trees. In pencil, at the top right, there reads 'Malcolm age - 13'. The drawing is horizontally rectangular on a white paper piece glued to green cardboard. Covered with clear plastic.

Culture
“Kwakwaka'wakw” ?
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DrawingNb3.1426

Two drawings on light brown paper glued to a vertically rectangular, yellow card. Smaller drawing at the top is a pencil line drawing of a stylized, left facing, profile seal with design elements variously coloured in with crayon. Image is on a yellow-orange brown coloured in background with a blue border and 'SEAL' printed in various colours at the top left. The eye is surrounded by a grey area. There is a split u at the neck. There is a profile face on the back. The fins and the tail are pointed. There are four fin-like protrusions along the back. Bottom drawing is a left facing seal ? that is drawn in pen with design elements filled in with pencil and pencil crayon in light blue, yellow, and pink-red. The eye is surrounded by a green area. The body has four sets of upside down black u fomrs with upside down red split u's with yellow ovoids below, and red, green, and black u forms and split u's. Image is surrounded by yellow, then blue, then pink-red shaded bands. The two limbs have a green ovoid that is yellow centred and a red curvi-linear t-shape with a yellow ovoid next to the four digit claw. Covered with clear plastic.

Culture
“Kwakwaka'wakw” ?
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DrawingNb3.1425

Four horizontally rectagular dark blue ink drawings on light yellow-brown paper glued to a blue cardboard backing and covered with clear plastic. Top left is a profile right facing bird-like head with a small face in the crest above and a wing-like appendage below. At the bottom right, there reads at an angle 'RAVEN HEAD'. Top right is a left facing whale that has split u's , u forms, circles, and other shapes. At the top right, there reads at an angle 'KILLER WHALE'. Bottom left is a profile bird head facing to the right side with a crest as in first drawing and a row of three split ovoids at the bottom. At the bottom right, there reads at an angle 'THUNDER BIRD HEAD'. Bottom right is a left facing profile bird with an animal portrayed on the body, and a five-feathered wing and three-feathered tail to the right side. At the bottom left, there reads at an angle "THUNDER BIRD'.

Culture
“Kwakwaka'wakw” ?
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DrawingNb3.1423

Crayon drawing of a wide, heart-shaped, frontal head with a thin neck at the bottom. Black oval eyes with circle in circle centres, a black triangular nose, and black eyebrows. Red for the ears, cheek patches, nostrils, and upper lip. Teeth are black. Hair is a short, crew-cut style in black with red patches. Face is filled in with black crayon. Drawing is on a horizontally rectangular, white paper piece glued to a black cardboard with the same orientation. Covered with clear plastic.

Culture
“Kwakwaka'wakw” ?
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DrawingNb3.1422

Left facing, standing, profile bird-like image in black pencil crayon with some blue felt pen outlines and details. Figure has a four digit forelimb extended towards the left, two wing-like extensions to the right, and two clawed hind limbs below. Large head with crest at the top. Details include ovoids, u forms, and shaded areas. Pencil inscription at the lower right reads 'Clifford Hanuse age - 10'. The drawing is on a relatively square, pink cardboard piece glued to a vertically rectangular, white cardboard.

Culture
“Wuikinuxv” ?
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DrawingNb3.1421

Profile red whale image facing to the left with three rows of ovals extending up from the spout. Felt pen filled design elements including tail flukes and face in fin or wing-like feature behind the spout. Large even teeth are outlined in red. Pencil inscription at the lower right reads 'Clifford Hanuse age - 10'. The drawing is on a horizontally rectangular, yellow-brown paper piece that is glued to black cardboard. Covered with clear plastic.

Culture
“Wuikinuxv” ?
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DrawingNb3.1420

Profile creature (sea-wolf?) facing to the left side with the head at the top, forelimb, and tail pointing to the left. Two triangular black crests on top of the head. Wolf-like head with open red mouth surrounded by a green area. There is a profile face at the abdomen with u forms and ovoids on the limb, tail, and body. All details in green, red or black pencil crayon. The drawing is on a vertically rectangular, white paper piece glued to red cardboard with the same orientation covered with clear plastic.

Culture
“Kwakwaka'wakw” ?
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DrawingNb3.1418

Left facing white and black profile whale with a slightly open mouth. Band of u forms along the top of the head above the eye. Slightly split u's in the dorsal fin and a series of s-shapes in the body above a row of various shapes. Face in tail flukes. Printed at the bottom left, there reads 'Robert King age - 10'. The drawing is on a horizontally rectangular, white paper piece that is glued to black cardboard covered with clear plastic.

Culture
“Kwakwaka'wakw” ?
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DrawingNb3.1417

Cut-out pink cardboard profile image of a sea creature ? with pencil and/or pencil crayon drawn details. Creature faces to the left with a large head that has double crests on top. Series of u forms in a semi-circle above and to the right of the ovoid eye. Wolf-like teeth. Body curves in an extended c-shape with various ovoids, circles, and other shapes along its length. Cross hatched ovoid at the bottom centre.

Culture
“Kwakwaka'wakw” ?
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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