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Date
1953 – 1953
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
105.02.0131
Description
Brass animal identification tag, most likely for a dog, in the shape of a heart. The tag has a hole at the top to attach to a collar. Stamped on the tag is “PITMAN-MOORE RABIES VACCINE 237726 1953”
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Title
Identification Tag
Date
1953 – 1953
Material
metal
Dimensions
2.4 x 2.1 cm
Description
Brass animal identification tag, most likely for a dog, in the shape of a heart. The tag has a hole at the top to attach to a collar. Stamped on the tag is “PITMAN-MOORE RABIES VACCINE 237726 1953”
Subject
Moore home
animal tag
dog tag
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
105.02.0131
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Date
1956 – 1965
Material
plastic; metal
Catalogue Number
104.41.1208
Description
Red body with a grey front with black lines in a grid pattern. Pattern is interrupted by a planet drawn with red rings around it. “SAVOY MADE IN U.S.A.” is written across the base of the front side of the camera. There is a black strap attached to the right side of the camera. On the top there are …
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Title
Camera
Date
1956 – 1965
Material
plastic; metal
Dimensions
10.4 x 9.7 x 9.4 cm
Description
Red body with a grey front with black lines in a grid pattern. Pattern is interrupted by a planet drawn with red rings around it. “SAVOY MADE IN U.S.A.” is written across the base of the front side of the camera. There is a black strap attached to the right side of the camera. On the top there are two black buttons: one to take a picture with and one to wind the camera with. Metal lever on bottom can be removed to partially remove front of camera.
Subject
camera
Nicholas Morant
Savoy
Credit
Gift of Nicholas Morant, Banff, 2006
Catalogue Number
104.41.1208
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Date
1950 – 1960
Material
plastic; metal; fibre
Catalogue Number
105.03.1010
Description
Black headphones with silver metal connectors to attach ear pieces to headband and with an insignia on each ear that looks like a music note and the word “BRUSH” written below it. Black chord extends from headphones into a thick, black headphone jack with a thin, metal connector.
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Title
Headphones
Date
1950 – 1960
Material
plastic; metal; fibre
Dimensions
18.5 x 24.0 x 2.5 cm
Description
Black headphones with silver metal connectors to attach ear pieces to headband and with an insignia on each ear that looks like a music note and the word “BRUSH” written below it. Black chord extends from headphones into a thick, black headphone jack with a thin, metal connector.
Subject
Nicholas Morant
headphones
Credit
Gift of Nicholas Morant, Banff, 2006
Catalogue Number
105.03.1010
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Lizzie von Rummel, Banff

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Artist
Joseph Francis Plaskett (1918 – 2014, Canadian)
Date
1952
Medium
on paper
Catalogue Number
PlJ.03.08
Description
Three-quareter view bust of Lizzie von Rummel in Banff. Colours are green, purple, blues and white. The blue and purple are combined to highlight skin tones and the green is used for her clothing. The white is used in a single line to add a highlight on the left side of her chin. The sketch is comp…
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Artist
Joseph Francis Plaskett (1918 – 2014, Canadian)
Title
Lizzie von Rummel, Banff
Date
1952
Medium
on paper
Dimensions
27.94 x 40.64 cm
Description
Three-quareter view bust of Lizzie von Rummel in Banff. Colours are green, purple, blues and white. The blue and purple are combined to highlight skin tones and the green is used for her clothing. The white is used in a single line to add a highlight on the left side of her chin. The sketch is completed on Brown paper with a light wood frame. Signature is graphite in the lower right corner.
Subject
portrait
rummel
plaskett
sketch
watercolour;
Credit
Gift of Don Cockerton, Calgary, 2017
Catalogue Number
PlJ.03.08
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W.H. McMahon Joins The Mounties 1885

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Artist
William Hastings McMahon (1864 – 1956, Canadian)
Date
1885 – 1956
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
McW.05.02 a-g
Description
Wood frame with white matting. 6 windows in the matting, 5 watercolour paintings and 1 photograph. Four of the watercolour paintings are in the four corners, a larger watercolour is places just about centre and the photograph is shown below. under each window is an inscription refrencing the image …
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Artist
William Hastings McMahon (1864 – 1956, Canadian)
Title
W.H. McMahon Joins The Mounties 1885
Date
1885 – 1956
Medium
watercolour on paper
Description
Wood frame with white matting. 6 windows in the matting, 5 watercolour paintings and 1 photograph. Four of the watercolour paintings are in the four corners, a larger watercolour is places just about centre and the photograph is shown below. under each window is an inscription refrencing the image it is associated with. At the top is a large inscription reading “WHMcMahon Joins The Mounties. 1885.” All the writing is done in an ornate calligraphy.A: Image (top left): “The Raw Recruit” Viewer looks on into a blue room, facing a doorway and hallway. At the end of the hall a faded figure in blue pants and a red coat stand at attention. In the foreground, a soldier in a red coat, blue pants and white helmet stands in full profile view with rifle at his side. He faces the right side of the image. On the Right side a gentlemen (in a fine suit and hat) stands in full profile facing the left side of the image. He carries a suit case and walking stick. B: Image (bottom left): “First Uniform ill fitting” A man in a red coat, blue pants, and orange hat faces the viewer directly. The coat and pants are bumpy with lots of folds. in the back ground there are plain buildings and a dirt ground.C: Image (center top): “Who told you to dismount, Sir?” Blue skies look over a large area of dirt ground where a man sits in a brown shirt and blue pants. His right arm reaches down to his butt. His hat lays beside him on the right edge of the picture. In the center of the image a dark brown horse is painted mid-buck with the reins flying over his head and his ears pinned back. There is no rider on the saddle. Another man, in a red coat, stands in the distance on the left edge with his hand outstretched. In the background there is a large white building with a large British flag flying above. A faded fourth figure stands in the background. F: Image (Center bottom): “N.W.M.P. Barracks, Banff) It is a photograph (Can be found in archives V265/NA-66-37) Nine figures in brown uniforms stand in front of a yellow building with a brown roof. The man furthest to the left holds the reins of a dapple gray horse. A white dog sits between two of the center figures who are laying on the ground. Based off information at the Archives of Alberta the man laying down to the right of the dog is the artist, William Hastings McMahon. Two more horses pull a cart on the right edge. with a tenth figure in the cart. E: Image (top right): “Drill” A man in a red coat faces a line of marching soldiers in brown coats. He is slightly leaning forward and holds a long stick in his hands. Another figure in a red coat stands in the background. The surrounding environment is a mixtures of browns. Three faded buildings. D: Image (bottom right): “McMahon, N.W.M.P” A proud man faces the viewer directly. He is in a red coat, blue pants and black boots. The background is faded. One building is visible in the background and a woman figure in the far left. G: Frame and Calligraphy script on mat board
Subject
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
R.C.M.P
landscape
barrack
banff
mounties
North West Mounted Police
N.W.M.P
watercolour
Credit
Gift of Jack McMahon, Edmonton, 2018
Catalogue Number
McW.05.02 a-g
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Police Barracks in Banff

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Artist
William Hastings McMahon (1864 – 1956, Canadian)
Date
1880 – 1929
Medium
watercolour, pen and ink on paper
Catalogue Number
McW.05.01
Description
Watercolour painting with pen and ink detailing. It is a landscape painting with 4 Mountains, blue skies, an evergreen forested area, leafy trees, bushes, a building with a red roof, yellow walls and a wood fence. The sky accounts for half the image surface, some mountain peaks and trees cross the …
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Artist
William Hastings McMahon (1864 – 1956, Canadian)
Title
Police Barracks in Banff
Date
1880 – 1929
Medium
watercolour, pen and ink on paper
Dimensions
19.05 x 30.48 cm
Description
Watercolour painting with pen and ink detailing. It is a landscape painting with 4 Mountains, blue skies, an evergreen forested area, leafy trees, bushes, a building with a red roof, yellow walls and a wood fence. The sky accounts for half the image surface, some mountain peaks and trees cross the center line and stretch into the sky. There are four birds, off centered, flying in the back ground. The forested area stretches over the mountain ranges, coming up just behind the building which is placed in the distance to the viewer. The left side of the image is surrounded by bushes and three large trees. There are four figures in the painting, two closer to the viewer with red coats, blue pants. They are placed in the middle at an opening in the gate. Another figure is on the right edge, riding a dark brown horse. the fourth figure is standing next to the building, too far to paint details. There is a white structure to the right of the building, Unidentified.
Subject
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
R.C.M.P
landscape
barrack
banff
Credit
Gift of Jack McMahon, Edmonton, 2018
Catalogue Number
McW.05.01
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Date
1955
Material
metal; plastic
Catalogue Number
103.09.1279
Description
Gold engraved inscription: “Banff Winter Carnival Tobogganing 1955”; Plastic black base with silver cup and decorative handles. Silver is secured to base buy a nut and bold through the bottom. Base is hollow and bolt is visible.
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Title
Loving Cup
Date
1955
Material
metal; plastic
Dimensions
14.5 x 9 cm
Description
Gold engraved inscription: “Banff Winter Carnival Tobogganing 1955”; Plastic black base with silver cup and decorative handles. Silver is secured to base buy a nut and bold through the bottom. Base is hollow and bolt is visible.
Subject
carnival
banff
winter
Harold Whyte
tobogganing;
Credit
Gift of Harold C. Whyte, Penticton, 2017
Catalogue Number
103.09.1279
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Season’s Greetings Catharine and Peter

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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Date
1955
Medium
coloured ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WyP.04.37
Description
A final version of the 1955 Christmas card. Peter is standing beside Catharine who is sitting on a stump. Peter appears to be holding Catharine’s hand. They are watching a group of animals sitting at easels painting landscapes on canvas. In the background there is a mountain range.
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Title
Season’s Greetings Catharine and Peter
Date
1955
Medium
coloured ink on paper
Dimensions
10.8 x 15.7 cm
Description
A final version of the 1955 Christmas card. Peter is standing beside Catharine who is sitting on a stump. Peter appears to be holding Catharine’s hand. They are watching a group of animals sitting at easels painting landscapes on canvas. In the background there is a mountain range.
Subject
Christmas card
animal
moose
bear
deer
wolf
squirrel
rabbit
bird
mountains
Rocky Mountains
painting
paint
canvas
easel
art
people
man
woman
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
WyP.04.37
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Season’s Greetings Peter and Catharine

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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Date
1954
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WyP.04.36
Description
On the bottom half of the paper there is a final printed version of the 1954 Christmas card. Peter and Catharine are sitting on stools working on paintings at their easels. They are painting a mountain and lake landscape that is in front of them. There is a group of animals sitting around them watc…
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Title
Season’s Greetings Peter and Catharine
Date
1954
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
21.5 x 16.2 cm
Description
On the bottom half of the paper there is a final printed version of the 1954 Christmas card. Peter and Catharine are sitting on stools working on paintings at their easels. They are painting a mountain and lake landscape that is in front of them. There is a group of animals sitting around them watching them paint. Below the print it says “SEASON’S GREETINGS 1954 PETER AND CATHARINE”.verso: multiple watercolour paint swatches on the back.
Subject
Christmas card
painting
easel
canvas
paint
brush
people
man
woman
animal
moose
deer
squirrel
wolf
rabbit
bear
bird
landscape
mountain
water
lake
Rocky Mountains
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
WyP.04.36
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Seasons Greetings Catharine and Peter

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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Date
1956
Medium
graphite; ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WyP.03.938
Description
A Christmas card design of a group of vehicles in a convoy travelling down a road to the mountains. The last car is filled with a group of animals, and beside this vehicle there is a post with a bunch of signs pointing to directions to different cities. These signs say “HOMER, FAIRBANKS, EDMONTON, …
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Title
Seasons Greetings Catharine and Peter
Date
1956
Medium
graphite; ink on paper
Dimensions
18.2 x 28.6 cm
Description
A Christmas card design of a group of vehicles in a convoy travelling down a road to the mountains. The last car is filled with a group of animals, and beside this vehicle there is a post with a bunch of signs pointing to directions to different cities. These signs say “HOMER, FAIRBANKS, EDMONTON, DAWSON CITY, BANFF, ANCHORAGE, VALDEZ, WHITEHORSE, FORT ST. JOHN, AND SEWARD”. The licence plate on the last vehicle says “B.N.P. 1956 CANADA”. While below the drawing it says “SEASONS GREETINGS CATHARINE AND PETER”. Around the edges of the drawing it says “6 inches” and “3 3/4”
Subject
travel
driving
vehicle
car
Christmas card
sign
mountain
Rocky Mountain
animal
moose
bird
bear
deer
wolf
rabbit
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
WyP.03.938
Images
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