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Photograph of a large group of people standing and sitting on a quay in front of the ship "Princess Norah". At the front of the group, are two Nuu-chah-nulth women with what are presumably examples of their basketry; Lord Willingdon is identified by a cloth cap, his wife by a fur coat and Mrs Egerton by a black fox stole. West Coast of Vancouver Island, Canada.
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Height: 23.50 centimetres
Width: 18.04 centimetres
- Curator's comments
Probably derive from the work of an official photographer travelling with the Governor-General of Canada on a tour up the West Coast of Vancouver Island in 1929 in the ship Princess Norah. Lord Willingdon was the uncle of Mrs Egerton; she was in the party and is included in Am,B50.4.
Production: It is thought that the Asahel Curtis is very likely the photographer who took this photograph, because one other photograph in this series (AM,B50.5, photograph of Joseph John) is positively identified as being photographed by him; he context and time period also make this likely.
- Not on display
- Acquisition notes
- Donated by Mrs Egerton 1st July 1977
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
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