Man’s caribou skin parka. The back of the parka is a bit longer than the front and has a slightly curved shape. The hood is made with the head skin of a caribou with the ears intact. Numerous tags of clipped caribou skin are set into the seams. The white haired skin on the hood extends past the shoulders to form gores down the front. Skin tags are also set into seams on the arms. The hem is trimmed in wolverine fur. A bird feather adorns the back of the right shoulder.
FROM CARD: "INVENTORIED 1975."