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E. Pauline Johnson Collection Item
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[Clearing in forest with flowers]

Image, on paper stock, of a clearing in a forested area, with flowered wreaths and ribbons.Inscription on reverse, in pencil, reads: "This picture was made the day of the interrment of the ashes of E. Pauline Johnson. The boulder in the fore...

[Drawing of E. Pauline Johnson 1]

Photograph of an illustration. Image is of a woman dressed in indigenous clothing. Background is trees and a lake. An inscription at the bottom read: "Faithfully yours E. Pauline Johnson. Tekahionwake".Text, in pencil, on reverse read...

[Drawing of E. Pauline Johnson 2]

Drawing, coloured, of woman dressed in indigenous clothing. Background is trees and a lake. An inscription at the bottom read: "Faithfully yours E. Pauline Johnson. Tekahionwake". The illustration is mounted in a cardboard frame.On t...

[E. Pauline Johnson memorial booklet]

Memorial booklet titled "E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake). Poetess". Front cover has illustration of a feather and arrowhead, with a printed image of her birthplace in Brantford, Ontario. Inside is a retrospective of Johnson's l...

[E. Pauline Johnson monument]

Photographic postcard. Image, hand-coloured, of a carved stone monument and small water feature in a forested area.Printed text on the front of the postcard reads" "The Pauline Johnson Memorial, Standley Park, Vancouver, B.C. Vancouver...

[Funeral of E. Pauline Johnson]

Photographic postcard. Image of a funeral, with hearse, pallbearers, coffin and onlookers.Inscription on reverse, in ink, reads: "Funeral of Pauline Johnson from Christ Church Cathedral. G. S. Forsythe one of the pallbearers".

[People in front of large tree]

Image of two women and a man standing in a forested area, directly in front of a massive tree trunk with a natural opening. Image is mounted in a cardboard frameTyped inscription on reverse of frame reads" "The Stanley Park Photographer...

[Woman in front of large tree]

Image, on paper stock, of a woman standing in a forested area, directly in front of a massive tree trunk with a natural opening.Inscription on reverse, in pencil, reads: "I am standing in front of this old Cedar tree stump, which Indians used...