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2002 race award ceremony

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Part Of
Bruno Engler's Veteran's Race fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 54 colour photographs pertaining to the awards ceremony for Bruno Engler's Memorial Ski Race held in 2002. Images depict trophies won in the ski race, and various unnamed individuals accepting or presenting awards.
Date Range
2002
Reference Code
V783 / II / PA - 70 to 123
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Photograph print
Part Of
Bruno Engler's Veteran's Race fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M559 / V783
Series
V783 / II : 1991 - 2016
Sous-Fonds
V783
Accession Number
2018.8688
Reference Code
V783 / II / PA - 70 to 123
GMD
Photograph
Photograph print
Date Range
2002
Physical Description
54 photographs : col. prints ; 15 x 10 cm
Scope & Content
File consists of 54 colour photographs pertaining to the awards ceremony for Bruno Engler's Memorial Ski Race held in 2002. Images depict trophies won in the ski race, and various unnamed individuals accepting or presenting awards.
Notes
Photographs not removed from original labelled/numbered sheets to maintain original order and context.
Archival reference code numbers [V783/II/PA-70 to 123] follow original letter codes of photos written on mylar cases [V783/II/PA-70 is photo "A1", PA-71 is photo "A2", etc.]
Subject Access
Award
Ceremony
Memorial
Skiing
Ski racing
Sports
Winter sports
Geographic Access
Canada
Alberta
Banff
Access Restrictions
Copyright restrictions may apply
Reproduction Restrictions
Copyright restrictions may apply
Language
English
Conservation
Items appear to be safe remaining in original state of storage in protective sleeves. Consider removing photographs in the future if off-gassing becomes a concern.
Category
Sports, recreation and leisure
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
Less detail
Date
1918
Material
metal; fibre
Catalogue Number
103.09.1251
Description
Medal in the shape of a maple leaf. Inside a decorative raised circle at the centre of the leaf, there is a snowshoer in profile facing to the left, with foliage visible in the background. Attached at the top of the medal is a striped red, white, and blue ribbon. The back of the medal is engraved w…
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Title
Athletic Medal
Date
1918
Material
metal; fibre
Dimensions
5 x 4.5 cm
Description
Medal in the shape of a maple leaf. Inside a decorative raised circle at the centre of the leaf, there is a snowshoer in profile facing to the left, with foliage visible in the background. Attached at the top of the medal is a striped red, white, and blue ribbon. The back of the medal is engraved with “1st Ladies Snowshoe Race Banff 1918”. At the bottom of the back surface there is an insignia with two small animal shapes.
Subject
sport
snowshoe
award
snowshoer
race
Banff
1918
medal, maple leaf
Credit
Gift of Kim Maser, Sherwood Park, 2013
Catalogue Number
103.09.1251
Images
Less detail
Date
n.d.
Material
metal; paper; fibre
Catalogue Number
103.09.1252 a-c
Description
a) Silver buckle with silver background floral engraving and brass rope detailing around edge and through centre. Front of buckle inscribed “Western Legacy Awards 1912-2012 Calgary Stampede 100 Years Catharine Robb Whyte.” Buckle measures 10.5 cm wide and 8 cm high. Back of buckle marked “Montana S…
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Title
Award Buckle
Date
n.d.
Material
metal; paper; fibre
Dimensions
8 x 10.5 cm
Description
a) Silver buckle with silver background floral engraving and brass rope detailing around edge and through centre. Front of buckle inscribed “Western Legacy Awards 1912-2012 Calgary Stampede 100 Years Catharine Robb Whyte.” Buckle measures 10.5 cm wide and 8 cm high. Back of buckle marked “Montana Silversmiths, Columbus, Mont. 100 Outstanding Albertans 1054323-45”. Tags attached to back.b) Insert measures 10.25 x 8.5 cm. Wood print frame with cream interior. With Calgary Stampede logo text reads “This buckle is presented to Catharine Robb Whyte In recognition of demonstrating significant impact in the province of Alberta by promoting and preserving the values of western hospitality, commitment to community, pride of place and integrity. 2012 Western Legacy Awards Honouring 100 Outstanding Albertans.”c) Box measures 13 x 9 x 3 cm. Interior and exterior covered with blue velvet.
Subject
award
events
Catharine Robb Whyte
Calgary Stampede
Honouring 100 Outstanding Albertans
Credit
Gift of Harold C. Whyte, Penticton, 2014
Catalogue Number
103.09.1252 a-c
Images
Less detail
Date
2010
Material
metal; bronze
Catalogue Number
103.09.1250 a,b
Description
(a) a metal disk (9.5cm diameter) with a raised image of three leafy trees. Four figures with hands linked surround the trees. Embossed with “J.B. Harkin Medal” and engraved on edge “Parks For Tomorrow N.P.P.A.C.”. Au verso engraved with “The Panel on Ecological Integrity of Canada’s National Par…
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Title
Award Medal
Date
2010
Material
metal; bronze
Description
(a) a metal disk (9.5cm diameter) with a raised image of three leafy trees. Four figures with hands linked surround the trees. Embossed with “J.B. Harkin Medal” and engraved on edge “Parks For Tomorrow N.P.P.A.C.”. Au verso engraved with “The Panel on Ecological Integrity of Canada’s National Parks November 12th 2010(b) green faux leather drawstring bag
Subject
medal
award
J.B. Harkin
The Panel on Ecological Integrity of Canada’s National Parks
Credit
Gift of Jacques Gerin, Chair The Panel on Ecological Integrity of Canada's National Parks, 2010
Catalogue Number
103.09.1250 a,b
Images
Less detail
Date
1971 – 2016
Material
wood; metal; plastic; fibre; tape
Catalogue Number
109.02.1050
Description
A single ski pole, wood, with black, red and blue tape up the pole. black handle with string holding a paper label (covered with plastic) “The Tuesday Hikers Old Ski Pole Award for the Biggest Laugh of the Ski season (1979-1994) and after that for “something memorable”inscription is bordered in red…
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Title
Award Pole
Date
1971 – 2016
Material
wood; metal; plastic; fibre; tape
Dimensions
144 x 6 cm
Description
A single ski pole, wood, with black, red and blue tape up the pole. black handle with string holding a paper label (covered with plastic) “The Tuesday Hikers Old Ski Pole Award for the Biggest Laugh of the Ski season (1979-1994) and after that for “something memorable”inscription is bordered in red. each red tape has a name written on it and a associated year. Blue tape has “No award given” and the black tape circles up the pole underneath. Names:Grace McCruden 1979, Grace McGredor 1980, Hattie Boothman 1981 , Jean Gaucher 1982, Anne Aitken 1983, Meta Mano 1984, - 1985, - 1986, Edith Zwirner 1987, Grace McCruden 1988, Vreni Gretener 1989, Peg Mills 1990 , Em Gregg 1991, - 1992, Gwlad Orr 1993, Grace McCruden 1994, - 1995, Danuta Zandechi 1996, Helen Travares 1997, Jean Gaucher 1998, - 1999, - 2000, - 2001, Marion Wolff 2002, Helen Travares 2003, - 2004, - 2005 , Hattie Boothman 2006, - 2007 , Anne Aitken 2009
Credit
Gift of Margaret Oliver, Calgary, 2017
Catalogue Number
109.02.1050
Images
Less detail
Date
1970 – 1978
Material
metal; wood
Catalogue Number
107.02.1024
Description
A realistic rendering of a man in buckskin standing holding a rifle by the barrel with the butt on the ground. It is a metal sculpture on a wooden base. Plaque attached to wooden base: "Jerry Potts Award 1978". May have been given to Andy Russell in 1978 (see history).
Title
Figurine
Date
1970 – 1978
Material
metal; wood
Description
A realistic rendering of a man in buckskin standing holding a rifle by the barrel with the butt on the ground. It is a metal sculpture on a wooden base. Plaque attached to wooden base: "Jerry Potts Award 1978". May have been given to Andy Russell in 1978 (see history).
Subject
packers and guides
Andy Russell
Jerry Potts Award
L. Martens
Credit
Gift of Andy Russell, Waterton Park, 1990
Catalogue Number
107.02.1024
Less detail
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
103.09.1255
Description
Wide silver trophy with two handles. Leaf detailing on tops of handles. Engraved “The Priscilla Hammond Memorial Trophy B. S. G. C. Ladies Championship Won by Mrs. T. H. Lonsdale.” Bottom of cup stamped with a sphinx.
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Title
Loving Cup
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Dimensions
6.75 x 15.5 cm
Description
Wide silver trophy with two handles. Leaf detailing on tops of handles. Engraved “The Priscilla Hammond Memorial Trophy B. S. G. C. Ladies Championship Won by Mrs. T. H. Lonsdale.” Bottom of cup stamped with a sphinx.
Subject
award
events
Credit
Gift of Murray and Joan Gratz, Olds, 2014
Catalogue Number
103.09.1255
Images
Less detail
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
103.09.1256
Description
Wide silver trophy with two handles. Leaf detailing on tops of handles. Engraved “The Priscilla Hammond Memorial Trophy Banff Springs Golf Club Ladies Championship 1942 Mrs. T. H. Lonsdale.”
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Title
Loving Cup
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Dimensions
9 x 16 cm
Description
Wide silver trophy with two handles. Leaf detailing on tops of handles. Engraved “The Priscilla Hammond Memorial Trophy Banff Springs Golf Club Ladies Championship 1942 Mrs. T. H. Lonsdale.”
Subject
award
events
sports
golf
Credit
Gift of Murray and Joan Gratz, Olds, 2014
Catalogue Number
103.09.1256
Images
Less detail
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
103.09.1257
Description
Silver cup with long handle engraved “Long Distance Driving Won by Mrs. T. H. Lonsdale 1938.” Bottom stem stamped “EPNS ENGLAND.”
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Title
Loving Cup
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Dimensions
12 x 7 cm
Description
Silver cup with long handle engraved “Long Distance Driving Won by Mrs. T. H. Lonsdale 1938.” Bottom stem stamped “EPNS ENGLAND.”
Subject
award
events
Lonsdale
Credit
Gift of Murray and Joan Gratz, Olds, 2014
Catalogue Number
103.09.1257
Images
Less detail
Date
1987
Material
metal; enamel; fibre; paper
Catalogue Number
103.09.1221 a-c
Description
One medal of order (a) (Order of Canada) and two lapel pins (b,c) (Order of Canada):(a) the medal of order is a six-pointed white enamel stylized snowflake design edged in silver. There is a silver maple leaf (signifying that it stands for Member of the Order of Canada) soldered onto the centre of …
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Title
Medal
Date
1987
Material
metal; enamel; fibre; paper
Dimensions
3.75 x 9 cm
Description
One medal of order (a) (Order of Canada) and two lapel pins (b,c) (Order of Canada):(a) the medal of order is a six-pointed white enamel stylized snowflake design edged in silver. There is a silver maple leaf (signifying that it stands for Member of the Order of Canada) soldered onto the centre of the snowflake. The maple leaf is surrounded by a red enamel ring bearing the motto of the order “DESIDERANTES MELIOREM PATRIAM” (meaning “They desire a better country”) in silver lettering. The circle is topped by a crown (white, red, and turquoise) enamel simulating jewels edged in silver) of St. Edward, symbolizing that the order is headed by a sovereign. At the top of the snowflake badge there is a silver metal suspension ring. A grosgrain ribbon, white, bordered in red stripes similar to the Canadian flag, is passed through the ring and attached to a silver pin bar. The reverse side is plain silver except for the word “CANADA” and “1181” underneath, printed on the centre disc. Directly below on one of the snowflake points are some numbers and underneath that the word “RIDEAU”. On the top reverse side of the pin bar there is a horizontal hinged pin with a swivel-locking safety catch, underneath which “RIDEAU” is printed. The pin bar has an opening for the ribbon to pass through and two holes at the bottom where the ribbon is sewn to the pin bar with red thread.(a,b) The two small lapel pins (1cm high,1cm wide) are white enamel stylized snowflakes edged in silver with a silver maple leaf in the centre. On the back there is one small spike and one larger spike soldered onto the medal with a tie-tack style (spike and clutch closure attachment) pin closure. The medal and lapel pins are stored in a hinged black leatherette case lined in blue satin; the medal (a) rests in a depression, the lapel pins have no depressions for storage, the cover is lined in white satin, the letters “C.M.” in gold on outside lid.
Subject
Order of Canada
award
guiding
climbing
skiing
humanitarian
businessman
Hans Gmoser
Credit
Gift of Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 2008
Catalogue Number
103.09.1221 a-c
Images
Less detail

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