Guide to Native American Ledger Drawings and Pictographs in United States Museums, Libraries, and Archives

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Institutional Directory

ALASKA
1. Anchorage Museum of History and ArtTelephone:
121 West 7th Avenue 907-343-4326
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Artists and tribal affiliations:
George Ahgupuk [Inupiat Eskimo].
Guy Kakarook [Eskimo].
Paul [Inupiat Eskimo].
Volume and medium:
30 drawings, pencil and colored pencil on paper.
12 drawings, watercolor and paint on cloth.
Dates drawn: Time periods represented:
1900-1910, 1930s. Late 19th, early 20th
century.
Themes and geographical locations represented in drawings:
Alaskan structures, mission views, scenes of Eskimo life, villages, animals,
hunting, and dog sledding. All are Alaskan scenes.
Published descriptions of drawings:
Woodward, Kesler E. Painting in the North: Alaskan Art in the Anchorage
Museum of History and Art.
Seattle: University of Washington Press,
1993.
Comments:
Most of the drawings are from the Floyd and Gladys Allen Collection.
One painting on cloth is part of the museum's Richmond Collection.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Institutional Directory 1
  • Annotated Bibliography 97
  • Index 121
  • About the Compilers *
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