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Tony Hunt gift to Thomas K. Seligman, 1978; Thomas K. Seligman and Rita Barela, San Francisco, CA
-----Art Gallery of Greater Victoria (Victoria, B.C.). 1985. The northwest coast native print: a contemporary tradition comes of age. Victoria, B.C.: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. -----The gathering: contemporary Northwest Coast native art 1995. Vancouver: Garfinkel, 1994. Bancroft-Hunt, Norman. People of the Totem: The Indians of the Pacific Northwest University of Oklahoma Press, 1988. Blackman, Margaret B., and Edwin S. Hall. 1981. "Contemporary Northwest Coast art: tradition & innovation in serigraphy". American Indian Art Magazine. 6 (3). Hall, Edwin S., and Margaret B. Blackman. 1980. Contemporary Northwest Coast art. New York, N.Y.: American Indian Community House. Hall, Edwin S., Jr., Margaret B. Blackman and Vincent Rickard, Northwest Coast Indian Graphics: An Introduction to Silk Screen, Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1981. Hunt, Richard, Butch Dick, and Art Thompson. 1994. Nation to nation: artists from the Coast Salish, Nuu-chah-nulth & Kwakwaka'wakw nations: July 1 - September 4, 1994. Victoria: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. Hunt, Ross (2007) "The Hunt Family's Trip to West Germany to Attend the Bundesgarten Show." Anthropology News, vol. 48, no. 2, pp. 20-21. Jonaitis, Aldona Chiefly Feasts: The Enduring Kwakiutl Potlatch (Editor) U. Washington Press 1991. Macnair, Peter L., Alan L. Hoover, and Kevin Neary (1984) The Legacy: Tradition and Innovation in Northwest Coast Indian Art. Vancouver, B.C.: Douglas & McIntyre. National Museum of Man (Canada), Thunder Bay National Exhibition Centre, and Centre for Indian Art. 1980. The Eye of the dreamer: heroes and heroic transformation in Northwest Coast silkscreen prints from the collection of the National Museum of Man. Thunder Bay, Ont: Thunder Bay National Exhibition Centre. Thom, Ian M. 2009. Challenging traditions: contemporary First Nations art of the Northwest Coast. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre. Warner, John Anson. 1981. Heritage of raven: classical and contemporary art of the Northwest Coast Indians. North Vancouver, B.C.: Hancock House.
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