Descriptive Narrative: Small Chilkat robe. Design is an eagle. Notes: Per Maria Miller 1/12/1987: All yarn in this piece is commercial yarn. The fringe is wool and jute twine. Dimensions: W: 19 5/8 in, H: 22 1/2 x 14 in Accession...
Displayed between the couple is a bentwood tray, carved from yew wood; the North Wind is represented by the applique figures on the blanket or robe Note: Photograph was published in Monuments in Cedar, by Edward Keithahn, page 94
Full-length view of woman outside a wooden building; in addition to the button-trimmed robe, she also wears a scarf with a large feather attached, and there is a braided rope draped across her shoulder
Lt. Governor H.A. "Red" Boucher, on left; and J. D. Cooper, Vice President and General Manager of Alaska Packers Association, on right, hold ends of Chilkat robe; at center is Jane Wallen Demmert, museum director
Ms. (blueline copy), hand colored with red pencil. Shows tracks of the voyages of Bering and Chirikov in 1741. Includes the Aleutians, and the south coast of Alaska down to the Queen Charlotte Islands. Attributed to Cecil Robe.