"Totem of a Haida Indian chief; and reputed to be over 200 years old, now standing in Prince Rupert".
taken from writing on negative
original house frontal pole carved about 1860 which belonged to Chief Albert Edward Edenshaw - see Drew, Totem Poles of Prince Rupert, page 10
See reverse of original print in brown file envelope for writing on this pole. See Drew p.10.
the pole came to the Prov. Museum, Aug. 1965 and was sent to the Masset Museum, March 1976.