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Date
1980 – 1991
Material
metal; plastic
Catalogue Number
105.02.1136
Description
Black plastic cylinder with a screw top made from plummer’s pipe. The canister has a metal cable securely attached at the bottom and near the lid. The canister is marked “AL KANE.” The plastic pieces still have yellow price stickers attached.
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Title
Summit Canister
Date
1980 – 1991
Material
metal; plastic
Description
Black plastic cylinder with a screw top made from plummer’s pipe. The canister has a metal cable securely attached at the bottom and near the lid. The canister is marked “AL KANE.” The plastic pieces still have yellow price stickers attached.
Subject
sports
climbing
mountaineering
Alpine Club of Canada
Alan Kane
Credit
Gift of Graeme Pole, Field, 1991
Catalogue Number
105.02.1136
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Date
1960 – 1969
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
105.02.1098
Description
Very rusty tin can, Mount Stephen,typical tin can, rusted inside and out. Jaggedly cut opening (in can).
Title
Summit Canister
Date
1960 – 1969
Material
metal
Dimensions
11.6 cm
Description
Very rusty tin can, Mount Stephen,typical tin can, rusted inside and out. Jaggedly cut opening (in can).
Subject
sports
climbing
Mount Stephen
Credit
Gift of Graeme Pole, Field, 1987
Catalogue Number
105.02.1098
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Date
1984 – 1986
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
105.02.1100
Description
Open-ended aluminum tube, Mount Sir Donald, 2 mm thick aluminum, roughly cut ends. Lightning damage ca 1.5 x 2, 5.0 from end.
Title
Summit Canister
Date
1984 – 1986
Material
metal
Dimensions
18.7 cm
Description
Open-ended aluminum tube, Mount Sir Donald, 2 mm thick aluminum, roughly cut ends. Lightning damage ca 1.5 x 2, 5.0 from end.
Subject
sports
climbing
Mount Sir Donald
Credit
Gift of Sharon Wood, Canmore, 1986
Catalogue Number
105.02.1100
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Date
1980 – 1989
Material
plastic
Catalogue Number
105.02.1042 a-c
Description
Two summit registers. (a,b) Typical 35 mm film container with lid, contained notes from Skoki Mountain. (c) Plastic bag 26.0x15.5, open one end. Orange "Totem: logo 4.5x10.4, contained notes from Mount Hector.
Title
Summit Canister
Date
1980 – 1989
Material
plastic
Description
Two summit registers. (a,b) Typical 35 mm film container with lid, contained notes from Skoki Mountain. (c) Plastic bag 26.0x15.5, open one end. Orange "Totem: logo 4.5x10.4, contained notes from Mount Hector.
Subject
sports
climbing
Skoki Mountain
Mount Hector
Credit
Gift of Michael Potter, Turner Valley, 1989
Catalogue Number
105.02.1042 a-c
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Date
1964 – 1983
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
105.02.1107
Description
Copper pipe with closed ends used as a canister. Copper pipe forming body of canister has many marks from trying to remove loose end forming the lid. Other end piece has been soldered on. Each of the two end pieces has "Emco" stamped on them and removable end has A.C.C. stamped on top.
Title
Summit Canister
Date
1964 – 1983
Material
metal
Dimensions
16.8 cm
Description
Copper pipe with closed ends used as a canister. Copper pipe forming body of canister has many marks from trying to remove loose end forming the lid. Other end piece has been soldered on. Each of the two end pieces has "Emco" stamped on them and removable end has A.C.C. stamped on top.
Subject
ACC
Alpine Club of Canada
sports
climbing
Mount Joffre
Credit
Gift of George Field, Canmore, 1984
Catalogue Number
105.02.1107
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Date
prior to 1980
Material
metal; rubber; fibre
Catalogue Number
105.02.1046
Description
Summit register and container from Mount Louis. A narrow (5.0 diameter), long (20.0 high), metal cylinder, somewhat rusty,topped by a black, rubber cork (chewed), two link chains are attached to a metal ring on the cylinder's side, one runs to a similar ring on top of the rubber cork, the other han…
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Title
Summit Canister
Date
prior to 1980
Material
metal; rubber; fibre
Dimensions
20.0 cm
Description
Summit register and container from Mount Louis. A narrow (5.0 diameter), long (20.0 high), metal cylinder, somewhat rusty,topped by a black, rubber cork (chewed), two link chains are attached to a metal ring on the cylinder's side, one runs to a similar ring on top of the rubber cork, the other hangs free with frayed and broken string on the loose end.
Subject
sports
climbing
Mount Louis
Credit
Gift of Parks Canada, Banff, 1980
Catalogue Number
105.02.1046
Images
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Date
1984 – 1988
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
105.02.1117
Description
Baking powder can used as summit canister. Canister has push-on lid. Lid has "Magic Baking Powder" stamped on it. One small hole in body of can and three smaller ones in lid.
Title
Summit Canister
Date
1984 – 1988
Material
metal
Dimensions
9.6 x 5.5 cm
Description
Baking powder can used as summit canister. Canister has push-on lid. Lid has "Magic Baking Powder" stamped on it. One small hole in body of can and three smaller ones in lid.
Subject
sports
climbing
Mount Bridgland
Credit
Gift of Alpine Club of Canada, Canmore, 1989
Catalogue Number
105.02.1117
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Date
1961
Material
plastic
Catalogue Number
105.02.1134
Description
Clear plastic pill container with lid, almost completely taped with white adhesive tape.
Title
Summit Canister
Date
1961
Material
plastic
Dimensions
7.0 cm
Description
Clear plastic pill container with lid, almost completely taped with white adhesive tape.
Subject
sports
climbing
Mount Bryce
Credit
Gift of Bill Corbett, Calgary, 1992
Catalogue Number
105.02.1134
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Date
1969 – 1980
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
105.02.1144
Description
Aluminum cylinder in two parts. Top slides into bottom. Traces of red paint overall, dented and holes.
Title
Summit Canister
Date
1969 – 1980
Material
metal
Dimensions
17.5 cm
Description
Aluminum cylinder in two parts. Top slides into bottom. Traces of red paint overall, dented and holes.
Subject
sports
climbing
Mount Lougheed
Alpine Club of Canada
Credit
Gift of Alpine Club of Canada, Canmore, 1994
Catalogue Number
105.02.1144
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