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
Title taken from interview notes. Shop filled with furs, beaded moccasins, and other goods. The girl is dressed in a Chilkat robe and a beaded hat. A phonograph sits behind the counter. Interview notes: Billy Gray, Tina (his adopted daughter),...