A small infant’s parka made with fetal or newborn caribou hide. Strips and pieces of dark and light skins make decorative patterns on the hood, around the hem and on the back of the parka. The opening for the head is trimmed with red wool cloth. Tufts of wolverine surround the sides of the hood. The hem is trimmed with wolverine fur coloured red on the skin side. The shape of the hood, the hem and decoration are similar to women's parkas, suggesting that this garment was for a girl baby.
FROM CARD: "INVENTORIED 1975."