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A carved wooden spear that fits into the hole in the base of Igloo, Inuk with spear. 
J. Newgaliak;Inuit (Canadian)
Igloo, Inuk with Spear (Spear)
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.165B
A bird carved from green stone, with its head reaching out low to the ground. 
Haunuk;Inuit (Canadian)
Bird
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.169
A slab of stone with a carved igloo that serves as the base for the scultpure Igloo, Inuk with spear. There are holes in the base where the figure and spear can be attached, and additional holes on the igloo that do not appear to have a corresponding piece or pieces. 
J. Newgaliak;Inuit (Canadian)
Igloo, Inuk with Spear (Base)
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.165C
A stone carving of a hunter wearing a parka with a pointed hood. The man's arms are outstretched and there are two pegs on the bottoms of his feet where he attaches to the base of Igloo, Inuk with spear. 
J. Newgaliak;Inuit (Canadian)
Igloo, Inuk with Spear (Figure of Male)
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.165A

Ningiukulu Teevee;Inuit (Canadian)
Cross Migration
2007
Courtesy of Katherine Kurtz and Raburn Howland
2020/1.214

Kavavaow Mannomee;Inuit (Canadian)
Stiletto
2010
Museum purchase made possible by the Power Family Program for Inuit Art
2019/2.7
Text: Buy United States Government War Savings Stamps - W.S.S. For Sale Here (on sign) - Your money back with interest from the UNITED STATES TREASURY
William Balfour Ker (Canadian)
Buy United States Government War Savings Stamps - Your Money Back With Interest From the United States Treasury
1912 – 1922
Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons
1954/2.35.116
A carving of a man in a parka kneeling and holding a fishing vessel in front of him. 
Noah Echalook;Inuit (Canadian)
Man Kneeing
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.179
A walrus laying on its side with its head up supporting two ivory tusks. It is posed with one flipper on its stomach and one under it. 
Iola Abraham Ikkidluak;Inuit (Canadian)
Walrus
1984
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.139
The body of a narwhal carved from shiny serpentine stone in a mottled greenish grey. The animal is positioned on its side, with one flipper underneath it and one up in the air. The tail is also lifted up in the air as though it is swimming. There is a hole on the front of its head where the ivory tusk can be attached. 
Nalenik Temela;Inuit (Canadian)
Narwhal
1982
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.156A

Ningiukulu Teevee;Inuit (Canadian)
Where She Lives
2017
Museum purchase made possible by the Power Family Program for Inuit Art
2019/2.11
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