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[Spirit board display, Ferry Museum]

Black and white close, linen backed photographic image of spirit boards and spirit figures displayed on a wall in the Ferry Museum, Washington State Historical Society, Tacoma, Pierce County, WA, 1942. The 10 spirit boards are probably Snoqualmie. One of the spirit figures is Puyallup, and the other 4 are from Puget Sound tribes. Three canoes are on the floor below, one on top of the other. A stuffed deer is near image right edge. A desk and chair are displayed near image lower left corner.

Details

Creation Date: 1942

Catalog ID: 2009.0.465.8.30.2

Call Number: 2009.0.465.8.30.2

Object Types: print, photographic, page, photograph album

Creator: J. R. Eyerman

Dimensions: image height 8 in . image width 10 in . overall height 8 in . overall width 11 in

Related Subjects: spirit board, Ferry Museum, Washington State Historical Society, Snoqualmie, North American Indian, sculpture, canoe, Puyallup, Puget Sound, deer, taxidermy, exhibit