Album page forty-seven with photographs of an Inuit girl [Lizzie Putulik] being handed a bowl of pablum by her mother [Qunguliq] who is carrying a baby [Annie Pitauyuq] on her back, a young Inuit man and girl smiling for the camera, and an elderly Inuit man wearing a duffle parka and smoking a pipe, on Southampton Island (Shugliaq), Nunavut

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    3 photographs (1 album page) : b&w gelatin silver prints affixed to paper ; 24 x 36.8 cm.
    Inventory no.: 12143
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    Photographs taken on Southampton Island, Northwest Territories [Southampton Island (Shugliaq), Nunavut]
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    Eastern Arctic Patrol, album 38, page 47
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    1974-366 NPC
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    Credit: S.J. Bailey / Canada. Dept. of Indian and Northern Affairs / Library and Archives Canada / e010983724
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