Little Inuit girl and her husky.
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According to Winnipeg Art Gallery, this is a photo by a famous Canadian photographer named Richard Harrington.
One of Canada’s most respected photographer, Richard Harrington (1911–2005) immigrated to Canada from Germany in the mid-1920s. His career led him to travels in over 100 countries, and over 2400 of his photographic stories were published in numerous magazines and 24 books.In 1947, Harrington made a trip to Inukjuak in the eastern Arctic, and this stirred his desire to see more of the far north. Over the next decade, he made five additional trips to the north. Harrington’s Arctic photographs now form an historical record of a vanishing way of life, as the Inuit people were soon to abandon their nomadic lifestyle to settle permanently into various camps.
Thanks for the follow up context and background, Lucas. respect.