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Bella-Bella, British Columbia (Kwakiutl)

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Adelaide de Menil, Bella-Bella, British Columbia (Kwakiutl), 1966/1968, gelatin silver print, Gift of Adelaide de Menil, © unknown, research required, 73.11.57

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Title

Bella-Bella, British Columbia (Kwakiutl)

Artist

Adelaide de Menil (American, born France, born 1935)

Date

1966/1968

Medium

gelatin silver print

Collection Area

Photography; Northwest Art

Category

Photographs

Object Type

photograph

Culture

American

Credit Line

Gift of Adelaide de Menil

Accession Number

73.11.57

Copyright

© unknown, research required

Terms

gelatin silver prints

Kwakiutl

Northwest Coast Native American styles

photographs

totem poles

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