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Three snow-dusted totem poles known as "A Southeast Family," carved by Juneau Tlingit artist Mick Beasley in 1996, keep watch Monday near the Terry Miller Office Building. The pole on the left depictcs the mother and the one of the right the father. As in most families, the child is out of sight.