Image: Ka-Sh-Ak, the Monkeyman. Skan-Doo [Skundoo], notorious old medicene [medicine] man. Ind-A-Yanek (Swatka), the famous Indian guide. Three brothers, old head-men of the Kak-Von-Tons [Kaagwaantaan] of the Chilkat tribe. Copyright 1907....
Title taken from image. Dancers wear carved and decorated hats, beaded clothing, and chilkat robes. Many carry dance paddles and other ceremonial objects. A shark figure is in foreground. Photographer's numbers 53 and 49-N.
Title from verso. Portrait photograph of man dressed in Tlingit regalia, including a button blanket. He stands on a box, and holds a staff carved in the form of a raven. Verso: Raven Tribe Billy Jones.
Title from image. Tlingit artist, Billy Webster, painting a leader's dance staff, carved in a killer whale design. Other pieces of Tlingit carving are displayed, including miniature totem poles. Photographer number 144.