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Accessories Guitar Accessories

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Date
1930 – 1950
Material
metal; wood; ivory; plastic
Catalogue Number
104.34.0008 a-m
Description
A collection of odd guitar accessories. (a) finger pick set (3.4 x 2.0 diam) four metal frames that fit over the finger tip,Y-shaped with the arms of the Y forming an adjustable band that fits around finger, and the stem of the Y passing up over the tip of the finger and down the back halfway to t…
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Title
Accessories Guitar Accessories
Date
1930 – 1950
Material
metal; wood; ivory; plastic
Dimensions
3.4 cm
Description
A collection of odd guitar accessories. (a) finger pick set (3.4 x 2.0 diam) four metal frames that fit over the finger tip,Y-shaped with the arms of the Y forming an adjustable band that fits around finger, and the stem of the Y passing up over the tip of the finger and down the back halfway to the band, tip is crimped in stiff fold, 3 have solder at the tip to form a longer point. (MFG: Fitrite).(b) finger pick set (2.5 x 1.8 x 2.0) six metal rings that fit over the finger tips, adjustable band has circles cut out along it, flame shaped fingernail rises from band, curling inward slightly, and with cut out circle at middle. (mfg: National) (c) finger pick (2.5 x 1.9 x 2.0) as (b) but without cut out circles (mfg: Artisto) (d) finger picks (3.0 x 1.7 x 1.9) two metal bands that wrap around finger tip, widening near the end, then narrowing to a point that extends off to one side of the finger. (e) finger picks (3.5 x 1.5 x 1.9) two flat ivory bands which curl once around finger tip and extend out to one side in a point. (f) pick (3.2 x 2.3 x .1) small, flat, egg shaped, marbleized, grey plastic, stiff. (mfg: Durro). (g) pick (3.0 x 2.2 x .1) as (f) but brown tortoise shell coloured plastic (mfg: Eureka). (h) pick (2.7 x 1.9 x .1) as (f) but transparent yellowed plastic ?, slightly curled. (i) capo (5.3 x 1.9 x .9) flat metal bar with small hooks at either end to hold tightly coiled spring across the under side, lined underneath bar with cork. (mfg: Elton). j) bridge ? (4.7 x .8 x 1.1) a long, half round, hollow metal bar with six incised rings spaced evenly along the length. (mfg: Kamiki). (k) slides (7.2 x 1.7 diam) two heavy, solid, brass rods (used to slide over strings when playing the guitar Hawaiian style) (1) peg (5.0 x .9 x 2.3) white, cast plastic peg with long shaft and flattened key with finger depression each side, ferrules around top of shaft. (m) bridge (4.7 x 1.4 x 1.9) low, unfinished wood bridge with small dark support perpendicularly across under middle, short legs thicken slightly at base, series of small notches across top, some deliberately cut into wood, some worn in odd places from strings (mfg: Grover).
Subject
Whyte home
households
entertainment
pastime
Annie White
music
accessories
equipment
sound
song
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.34.0008 a-m
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Accessories Guitar Accessories

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Date
1930 – 1950
Material
wood; plastic
Catalogue Number
104.34.0009 a-e
Description
A collection of odd, stringed instrument accessories. (a) bridge (5.0 x 1.3 x .5) long, squared, wood, with low legs thicker at base, four shallow notches evenly spaced across top, for ukulele?( b) bridge (4.4 x 1.7 x .6) as (a) but taller and not as long. (c) bridge (2.7 x 2.1 x .3) a small, …
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Title
Accessories Guitar Accessories
Date
1930 – 1950
Material
wood; plastic
Dimensions
5.0 x 1.3 x 0.5 cm
Description
A collection of odd, stringed instrument accessories. (a) bridge (5.0 x 1.3 x .5) long, squared, wood, with low legs thicker at base, four shallow notches evenly spaced across top, for ukulele?( b) bridge (4.4 x 1.7 x .6) as (a) but taller and not as long. (c) bridge (2.7 x 2.1 x .3) a small, high, yellowed, glass like bridge with arced top, and arch under between legs, curved in at sides, and four shallow notches across top. (d) pegs (15.9 x .9 x 1.9) three plain, wooden tuning pegs with straight, tapering shafts, and simple round flat keys at top with depressions for fingers to grasp, small slit cut across bottom, impressed marks from strings around bottom. (e)pick guard (7.8 x 5.2) small, lyre shaped form cut from a thin sheet of tortoiseshell patterned plastic, two pinholes at stem where broken off from something else (a bracket?).
Subject
Whyte home
households
entertainment
pastime
Annie White
music
accessories
equipment
sound
song;
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.34.0009 a-e
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Date
1930 – 1960
Material
metal; enamel
Catalogue Number
105.01.0004
Description
A circular pin in the shape of a spoked ship's wheel with an enamelled map of the world at the centre. There is a red band around the map with the words “Everett Travel Service” spaced evenly around the circle. The pin has a large stud clasp back.
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Title
Advertising Pin
Date
1930 – 1960
Material
metal; enamel
Dimensions
1.1 cm
Description
A circular pin in the shape of a spoked ship's wheel with an enamelled map of the world at the centre. There is a red band around the map with the words “Everett Travel Service” spaced evenly around the circle. The pin has a large stud clasp back.
Subject
tourism
travel
Everett Travel Service
uniforms
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
105.01.0004
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Date
1930 – 1960
Material
wood; glass; metal
Catalogue Number
104.47.1006
Description
Alarm clock with metal case and rounded wooden frame that sits on halved, flattened dowels. The face of the clock is covered with convex glass. The face of the clock has a small dial used to set the alarm time underneath the “12”. The center of the clock has metal hands and “Mayfair.” The back …
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Title
Alarm Clock
Date
1930 – 1960
Material
wood; glass; metal
Dimensions
15.8 x 3.9 x 21.2 cm
Description
Alarm clock with metal case and rounded wooden frame that sits on halved, flattened dowels. The face of the clock is covered with convex glass. The face of the clock has a small dial used to set the alarm time underneath the “12”. The center of the clock has metal hands and “Mayfair.” The back of the clock has keys to wind the clock, set the time and a knob to turn on and off the alarm.
Subject
households
Helen Shandruk
Credit
Gift of Helen Shandruk, Banff, 2001
Catalogue Number
104.47.1006
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Date
1930 – 1935
Material
wood; metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.0023 a,b
Description
Two long wooden staffs with cast metal crooks painted black at the top, and metal collars, 9.0 cm, with long spikes of metal, 4.0 cm, at the tip. Metal crooks are cast to represent chamois horn, the staffs are of hickory.
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Title
Alpenstock
Date
1930 – 1935
Material
wood; metal
Dimensions
2.0 x 10.5 x 160.5 cm
Description
Two long wooden staffs with cast metal crooks painted black at the top, and metal collars, 9.0 cm, with long spikes of metal, 4.0 cm, at the tip. Metal crooks are cast to represent chamois horn, the staffs are of hickory.
Subject
activities
hiking
climbing
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
108.04.0023 a,b
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Date
1930 – 1940
Material
wood; metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.1011
Description
Long varnished hickory staff with cast iron crook. Crook is painted black and designed to resemble tip of ibex horn. 8.5 cm metal collar around bottom with 4.0 sturdy spike at end. Stamped into bottom of collar "Geze Hulsenfitze L.P.F."
Title
Alpenstock
Date
1930 – 1940
Material
wood; metal
Dimensions
160.0 cm
Description
Long varnished hickory staff with cast iron crook. Crook is painted black and designed to resemble tip of ibex horn. 8.5 cm metal collar around bottom with 4.0 sturdy spike at end. Stamped into bottom of collar "Geze Hulsenfitze L.P.F."
Subject
sports
climbing
George Vaux
Sky Line Trail Hikers
Credit
Gift of George Vaux, Philadelphia, USA, 1972
Catalogue Number
108.04.1011
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Date
1930 – 1940
Material
wood; metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.1026 a,b
Description
Long wooden shafts with metal crooks and spikes. (a) Painted black crook, some paint worn off. 2.7 cm wide silver band with emblem of boot and alpenstock and SLTH CR, screwed on to shaft. "Birks Sterling" stamped on bottom edge, round spike. 8.6 wide metal collar, 2 copper nails at top edge. (b…
Title
Alpenstock
Date
1930 – 1940
Material
wood; metal
Dimensions
162.0 cm
Description
Long wooden shafts with metal crooks and spikes. (a) Painted black crook, some paint worn off. 2.7 cm wide silver band with emblem of boot and alpenstock and SLTH CR, screwed on to shaft. "Birks Sterling" stamped on bottom edge, round spike. 8.6 wide metal collar, 2 copper nails at top edge. (b) same as (a) but without silver band. "Geze Hulsenfitze C.P.F." stamped on metal spike end.
Subject
sports
climbing
hiking
Sky Line Trail Hikers Canadian Rockies
SLTHCR
Credit
Gift of Joe A. Brewster, Banff, 1980
Catalogue Number
108.04.1026 a,b
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Date
1930 – 1940
Material
wood; metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.1099 a,b
Description
Pair of home made unpainted skis. Very little camber, in fact practically flat. Rounded point. Metal screwed on edges, metal bindings "Ramy-Wike made in France".
Title
Alpine Skis
Date
1930 – 1940
Material
wood; metal
Dimensions
7.0 x 190.0 cm
Description
Pair of home made unpainted skis. Very little camber, in fact practically flat. Rounded point. Metal screwed on edges, metal bindings "Ramy-Wike made in France".
Subject
sports
winter
skiing
Credit
Gift of Eddie Hunter, Banff, 1995
Catalogue Number
108.04.1099 a,b
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Date
1930 – 1950
Material
wood; metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.0032 a,b
Description
Heavy, short skis, with metal toe plate and bindings. They become thicker at the beautifully curved tip. Metal edging is screwed on, holes going in through the skis below the bindings. The binding is "ATTENHOFFER'S ALPINA".
Title
Alpine Skis
Date
1930 – 1950
Material
wood; metal
Dimensions
9.0 x 135.0 cm
Description
Heavy, short skis, with metal toe plate and bindings. They become thicker at the beautifully curved tip. Metal edging is screwed on, holes going in through the skis below the bindings. The binding is "ATTENHOFFER'S ALPINA".
Subject
activities
sports
winter
skiing
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
108.04.0032 a,b
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Date
1930 – 1950
Material
wood; metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.0033 a,b
Description
Wood skis with screwed on metal edges," Monarch" and under toe is embossed " Northland, USA Laconia N.H." Binding is " Monarch/Automatic".
Title
Alpine Skis
Date
1930 – 1950
Material
wood; metal
Dimensions
7.5 x 200.0 cm
Description
Wood skis with screwed on metal edges," Monarch" and under toe is embossed " Northland, USA Laconia N.H." Binding is " Monarch/Automatic".
Subject
activities
sports
winter
skiing
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
108.04.0033 a,b
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Date
1930 – 1932
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
102.07.0017 a,b
Description
A pair of andirons made of railroad rail (original CPR rail), cut to length, and a cutout made from under the leading part of the rail so that they have bent up at the front to keep the logs in.
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Title
Andiron
Date
1930 – 1932
Material
metal
Dimensions
17.0 x 10.0 x 55.0 cm
Description
A pair of andirons made of railroad rail (original CPR rail), cut to length, and a cutout made from under the leading part of the rail so that they have bent up at the front to keep the logs in.
Subject
households
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
102.07.0017 a,b
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Date
1930 – 1960
Material
ceramic
Catalogue Number
107.01.0018 a,b
Description
Two white ceramic figurines of spotted dogs on thick dark bases with a thin line around the bottom of each base. a) A dog lying down, with its tail curled around its body, and head lifted. The dog has a narrow collar and a dark muzzle.b) A dog sitting with its head turned to side. The dog has a d…
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Title
Animal Figurine
Date
1930 – 1960
Material
ceramic
Dimensions
8.3 (a); 13.0 (b) x 12.0 (a); 8.3 (b) cm
Description
Two white ceramic figurines of spotted dogs on thick dark bases with a thin line around the bottom of each base. a) A dog lying down, with its tail curled around its body, and head lifted. The dog has a narrow collar and a dark muzzle.b) A dog sitting with its head turned to side. The dog has a dark muzzle, a narrow collar with a pendant, and a chain looped around its shoulders.
Subject
households
collectables
animals, dogs
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
107.01.0018 a,b
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Date
1930 – 1960
Material
ceramic
Catalogue Number
107.01.0031
Description
A ceramic reddish-brown squirrel standing on its hind legs and holding an acorn up in its forepaws next to its face. The bottom is marked “Beatrix Potter’s Squirrel Nutkin Beswick, England 18c Copyright.”
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Title
Animal Figurine
Date
1930 – 1960
Material
ceramic
Dimensions
8.5 cm
Description
A ceramic reddish-brown squirrel standing on its hind legs and holding an acorn up in its forepaws next to its face. The bottom is marked “Beatrix Potter’s Squirrel Nutkin Beswick, England 18c Copyright.”
Subject
households
collectables
animals, squirrel
children
Beatrix Potter
literary characters
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
107.01.0031
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Date
1930 – 1940
Material
metal, bronze; ivory
Catalogue Number
107.01.0084
Description
A bronze charging bull with its tail raised and its head down and slightly turned to one side. The bull has a broad snout, curly hair on its head, and curved ivory horns. The bull has been cast with features and hair texture showing in detail including cloven hooves. The figurine’s black patina …
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Title
Animal Figurine
Date
1930 – 1940
Material
metal, bronze; ivory
Dimensions
5.0 x 14.0 cm
Description
A bronze charging bull with its tail raised and its head down and slightly turned to one side. The bull has a broad snout, curly hair on its head, and curved ivory horns. The bull has been cast with features and hair texture showing in detail including cloven hooves. The figurine’s black patina worn at high points showing bronze colour through.
Subject
households
souvenirs
collectables
animals, bovine
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
107.01.0084
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Date
1930 – 1940
Material
wood; ivory
Catalogue Number
107.01.0085 a,b
Description
Two nearly identical carved wooden elephants with ivory tusks and inlaid ivory eyes. Each elephant is standing with its trunk hanging to the ground and slightly curled under at the end. The grain of wood is vertical with end grain showing as stippled texture on the back and under the belly. Eac…
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Title
Animal Figurine
Date
1930 – 1940
Material
wood; ivory
Dimensions
14.0 x 6.7 x 12.5 cm
Description
Two nearly identical carved wooden elephants with ivory tusks and inlaid ivory eyes. Each elephant is standing with its trunk hanging to the ground and slightly curled under at the end. The grain of wood is vertical with end grain showing as stippled texture on the back and under the belly. Each elephant has a grooved crease carved in the top of its head, two creases in each ear, and three along each side.
Subject
households
animals, elephants
collectables
souvenirs
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
107.01.0085 a,b
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Date
1930 – 1940
Material
ceramic
Catalogue Number
107.01.0087
Description
Scarab beetle carved from a lump of terracotta with its head and legs in relief on sides with smoothly curved back shell incised with outlines of wings. The bottom of the base has a flat incised pictograph of a beetle at the bottom inside a large oval shape with cross-hatched rectangle above him …
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Title
Animal Figurine
Date
1930 – 1940
Material
ceramic
Dimensions
3.5 x 5.5 x 8.8 cm
Description
Scarab beetle carved from a lump of terracotta with its head and legs in relief on sides with smoothly curved back shell incised with outlines of wings. The bottom of the base has a flat incised pictograph of a beetle at the bottom inside a large oval shape with cross-hatched rectangle above him and circle above that, and two long triangular shapes at each side of the oval. The figurine is glazed with green-blue slip.
Subject
households
animals, insects
collectables
souvenirs
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
107.01.0087
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Date
1930 – 1940
Material
wood
Catalogue Number
107.01.0088
Description
Three carved wooden monkeys seated in group. The monkey at the centre facing front, has hands covering eyes (see no evil), monkey at left facing to that side has hands covering mouth (speak no evil), monkey at right facing to that side has hands covering ears (hear no evil).
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Title
Animal Figurine
Date
1930 – 1940
Material
wood
Dimensions
5.0 x 14.0 cm
Description
Three carved wooden monkeys seated in group. The monkey at the centre facing front, has hands covering eyes (see no evil), monkey at left facing to that side has hands covering mouth (speak no evil), monkey at right facing to that side has hands covering ears (hear no evil).
Subject
households
animals, monkeys
crafts
carving
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
107.01.0088
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Date
1880
Material
skin; glass
Catalogue Number
103.01.0019 a,b
Description
A pair of beaded leather armlets. The design on each armlet is a turquoise background with vertical stripes and two stepped triangular shapes done in dark blue and red beads. There is scalloped beadwork around the edges, and thong ties at each end.
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Title
Armlet Jewelry
Date
1880
Material
skin; glass
Dimensions
29.0 cm
Description
A pair of beaded leather armlets. The design on each armlet is a turquoise background with vertical stripes and two stepped triangular shapes done in dark blue and red beads. There is scalloped beadwork around the edges, and thong ties at each end.
Subject
Indians
Cree
beadwork
crafts
decorative
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.01.0019 a,b
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Date
1880 – 1939
Material
metal; wood
Catalogue Number
104.39.1003
Description
A small black japanned tin with a wooden handle. The tin contains a wooden palette along with brushes and oil paint tubes.
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Title
Artist Box
Date
1880 – 1939
Material
metal; wood
Description
A small black japanned tin with a wooden handle. The tin contains a wooden palette along with brushes and oil paint tubes.
Subject
Mary Schaffer
artists
painting
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1978
Catalogue Number
104.39.1003
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Date
1938 – 1938
Material
plaster
Catalogue Number
102.04.0158
Description
An ashtray in the shape of a wagon wheel and decorated with a three dimensional buffalo skull and highlighted with brown paint. The ashtray is scorched from use, and the buffalo’s left horn broken and missing. The words “J Fuller ‘38’” are on one side of the ashtray, and “Made in Banff Can” is on…
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Title
Ashtray
Date
1938 – 1938
Material
plaster
Dimensions
5.0 x 13.5 x 14.3 cm
Description
An ashtray in the shape of a wagon wheel and decorated with a three dimensional buffalo skull and highlighted with brown paint. The ashtray is scorched from use, and the buffalo’s left horn broken and missing. The words “J Fuller ‘38’” are on one side of the ashtray, and “Made in Banff Can” is on the base.
Subject
households
decorative
smoking
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
102.04.0158
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