Snow goggles carved from a single piece of wood. They are deeply indented on the inside, with narrow horizontal slits. The indented area has been blackened to further reduce the glare of sunlight. A deep rounded notch for fitting over the nose has been cut into the lower edge in the middle, and there is a shallower notch in the same location on the upper edge. Shallow grooves have been cut at each end, where a hide strap is attached through shallow grooves cut into each side of the goggles.
FROM CONDITION REPORT FOR HALL 9 TAKEDOWN (C. VALENTOUR 3/98): "2167 ANDERSON RIVER ESKIMO R. MCFARLAND WRITTEN IN INTERIOR. CARVED PIECE OF WOOD W/ NOSE DEPRESSION, EYESLITS. EACH SIDE GROOVED W/ 6 PERFORATIONS USED TO ATTACH LENGTH OF BUCKSKIN JOINED W/ SINEWS TO GOGGLES. INTERIOR OF GOGGLES PAINTED BLACK."