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Trail Blazers of the Canadian Rockies

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Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
2017
Author
MacDonald, Graham Reginald
Publisher
Banff, AB : Holy Grail Pubishers
Call Number
05.1 Mc31t
Author
MacDonald, Graham Reginald
Publisher
Banff, AB : Holy Grail Pubishers
Published Date
2017
Physical Description
78 p. : ill
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Trail Blazers
Poems
Tom Wilson
Jim Brewster
Bill Peyto
Mary Schaffer
Notes
Includes acknowledgements to the Whyte Museum archives staff
Accession Number
2017.8671
Call Number
05.1 Mc31t
Collection
Archives Library
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Date
1990
Material
fibre
Catalogue Number
103.05.1076
Description
White, “Bill Peyto, Banff, 1897”, short-sleeved ordinary white cotton t-shirt by Hanes, picture on front shows photograph in black frame of Bill Peyto wearing yellow bandana, underneath are the words "Bill Peyto--Banff--1897" in red, original photograph is by Walter D. Wilcox and appears in "Campfi…
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Title
T-Shirt
Date
1990
Material
fibre
Dimensions
55.0 x 73.0 cm
Description
White, “Bill Peyto, Banff, 1897”, short-sleeved ordinary white cotton t-shirt by Hanes, picture on front shows photograph in black frame of Bill Peyto wearing yellow bandana, underneath are the words "Bill Peyto--Banff--1897" in red, original photograph is by Walter D. Wilcox and appears in "Campfires in the Canadian Rockies".
Subject
households
clothing
Bill Peyto
artists
Alex Emond
Credit
Gift of Alex Emond, Banff, 1990
Catalogue Number
103.05.1076
Images
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Date
1965
Material
metal; paint; paper
Catalogue Number
110.01.1065
Description
A hinged flat Player’s cigarette box made out of metal. It was commonly known as a Players Flat 50. The box is light blue with gold and red edging. The Players logo (a white life preserver with red lettering “PLAYERS NAVY CUT” with a seaman in the centre, and the sea and two sailing ships beyond, i…
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Title
Cigarette Box
Date
1965
Material
metal; paint; paper
Dimensions
15.0 x 10.10 cm
Description
A hinged flat Player’s cigarette box made out of metal. It was commonly known as a Players Flat 50. The box is light blue with gold and red edging. The Players logo (a white life preserver with red lettering “PLAYERS NAVY CUT” with a seaman in the centre, and the sea and two sailing ships beyond, is in the left corner, “Players” in black and red script, and “NAVY CUT CIGARETTES “MEDIUM” “ in the right hand corner. There is a remnant of the paper excise tax stamp in black and white. On the top part of the gold-coloured bottom in black writing “OPENING RIBBON” and then an arrow pointing right followed by “PAT’D 1934-35” and on the bottom “MANUFACTURED BY IMPERIAL TOBACCO CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL, CANADA SUCCESSOR TO JOHN PLAYER 7 SONS, ENGLAND. The inside top cover has the Players logo (a life preserver with black lettering “PLAYERS NAVY CUT” with a seaman in the centre, the sea and two sailing ships beyond, is in the left corner, “Players” in black script, and “NAVY CUT CIGARETTES “MEDIUM” ”. There are two pieces of silver paper with white backing inside the cigarette box.
Subject
pastime
habit
smoking
Bill Peyto
Credit
Gift of Robert Peyto, Shawnigan Lake, 1967
Catalogue Number
110.01.1065
Images
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Date
1943
Material
soapstone
Catalogue Number
103.08.1151 a-d
Description
Four hand-carved soapstone cigarette holders:a) A very short (4.0 long x1.2cm diameter on the end) cigarette holder with a round mouthpiece;b) A short cigarette holder (5.7 long x 0.60cm diameter on the end) with a round mouthpiece and two indented lines for decoration; c) A short, white alabaster…
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Title
Cigarette Holder
Date
1943
Material
soapstone
Description
Four hand-carved soapstone cigarette holders:a) A very short (4.0 long x1.2cm diameter on the end) cigarette holder with a round mouthpiece;b) A short cigarette holder (5.7 long x 0.60cm diameter on the end) with a round mouthpiece and two indented lines for decoration; c) A short, white alabaster (5.4 long x1.5cm diameter on the end) cigarette holder with a round mouthpiece; d) A longer, wider, cigarette holder (6.3 long x1.8cm diameter on the end) most likely for a cigarello. It has a large round mouthpiece and two indented lines for decoration.
Subject
hobby
carving
sculpting
habit
pastime
smoking
Bill Peyto
Credit
Gift of Robert Peyto, Shawnigan Lake, 1967
Catalogue Number
103.08.1151 a-d
Images
Less detail
Date
1943
Material
stone
Catalogue Number
104.05.1009
Description
A hand-carved black soapstone arrowhead.
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Title
Arrowhead
Date
1943
Material
stone
Dimensions
2.50 x 4.70 cm
Description
A hand-carved black soapstone arrowhead.
Subject
weapons
tools
hobbies
carving
Bill Peyto
Credit
Gift of Robert Peyto, Shawnigan Lake, 1967
Catalogue Number
104.05.1009
Images
Less detail
Date
1943
Material
stone; bone
Catalogue Number
104.05.1010 a,b
Description
Two hand-carved projectile points:(a) a white, black and grey with silver flecks, soapstone projectile point 8.0x2.3cm wide;(b) a white, grey and black bone projectile point made of bone.
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Title
Point
Date
1943
Material
stone; bone
Description
Two hand-carved projectile points:(a) a white, black and grey with silver flecks, soapstone projectile point 8.0x2.3cm wide;(b) a white, grey and black bone projectile point made of bone.
Subject
weapons
tools
hobbies
carving
Bill Peyto
Credit
Gift of Robert Peyto, Shawnigan Lake, 1967
Catalogue Number
104.05.1010 a,b
Images
Less detail
Date
1943
Material
soapstone
Catalogue Number
104.06.1014
Description
A hand-carved, black soapstone axe head that has a shaft and an axe head carved with a simulated thong that makes the two appear bound together. The piece has two holes: one to put a handle into the shaft; one to put a a handle or shaft in to make a chisel or perhaps to add a decorative touch.
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Title
Decorative Axe Head
Date
1943
Material
soapstone
Dimensions
9.0 x 6.2 cm
Description
A hand-carved, black soapstone axe head that has a shaft and an axe head carved with a simulated thong that makes the two appear bound together. The piece has two holes: one to put a handle into the shaft; one to put a a handle or shaft in to make a chisel or perhaps to add a decorative touch.
Subject
weapons
tools
hobbies
carving
Bill Peyto
Credit
Gift of Robert Peyto, Shawnigan Lake, 1967
Catalogue Number
104.06.1014
Images
Less detail
Date
1943
Material
soapstone
Catalogue Number
112.03.1285 a-m
Description
13 small hand-carved soapstone hearts(a) a cornelian and black heart 2.5 x 1.7 cm wide(b) a dark pink heart 2.0 x 1.8 cm wide(c) a rust, grey and black heart 2.0 x 1.7 cm wide(d) an ecru, grey and black heart 2.0 x 2.0 cm wide(e) a rust, grey and black heart 2.2 x 1.8 cm wide(f) a black, green and…
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Title
Carved Soapstone
Date
1943
Material
soapstone
Description
13 small hand-carved soapstone hearts(a) a cornelian and black heart 2.5 x 1.7 cm wide(b) a dark pink heart 2.0 x 1.8 cm wide(c) a rust, grey and black heart 2.0 x 1.7 cm wide(d) an ecru, grey and black heart 2.0 x 2.0 cm wide(e) a rust, grey and black heart 2.2 x 1.8 cm wide(f) a black, green and pink heart 2.0 x 1.50 cm wide(g) a grey and black heart 1.2 x 1.0 cm wide(h) a grey and black heart 1.2 x 1.6 cm wide(i) a black and white, hints of silver heart 2.2 x 1.5 cm wide(j) a black and silver heart 2.2 x 2.0 cm wide(k) a grey, black and brown heart 1.7 x 1.4 cm wide(l) a grey and black heart 2.0 x 1.5 cm wide(m) a pink, black and white heart 2.0 x 1.5 cm wide
Subject
hobby, carving
Bill Peyto
Credit
Gift of Robert Peyto, Shawnigan Lake, 1967
Catalogue Number
112.03.1285 a-m
Images
Less detail
Date
1943
Material
wood; animal; metal; paint; paper
Catalogue Number
106.04.1063 a,b
Description
A pair of slightly point-tipped, snowshoes with bent wood frames which are screwed together at the tail. They have two wooden cross braces and are strung together with water-resistant covered leather. The middle section has heavier webbing wound around both wooden pieces, and is interlaced with the…
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Title
Snowshoes
Date
1943
Material
wood; animal; metal; paint; paper
Dimensions
35.0 x 120.5 cm
Description
A pair of slightly point-tipped, snowshoes with bent wood frames which are screwed together at the tail. They have two wooden cross braces and are strung together with water-resistant covered leather. The middle section has heavier webbing wound around both wooden pieces, and is interlaced with the finely woven toe and tail sections. The inserts for boots and the heel straps, which have a metal buckle, are made from what appears to be heavy harness leather. Each end of the boot attachment has hole on each side with a piece of leather threaded through, and wound around the webbing so that it stays on the base. It is knotted and rivetted. Each flap for the boot portion has six holes punched into it for threading the leather laces through for closing.(a) The toe crossbar, viewer’s right, has the outline of a ram’s head 2.7x3.5cm wide (hand) carved into the wood and stained a dark brown colour. The leather on boot insert, viewer’s right, 1.80x1.80cm wide also has the outline of a ram’s head cut into it. (b) The leather on boot insert, viewer’s right, has the outline of a ram’s head 1.02x1.80cm wide cut into it. There is a remnant of a label, gold and red-coloured with black printing, in the middle of the front crossbar and a white label with black printing ”LINES LIMITED D1578 74” on the underside of same crossbar.
Subject
sports
outdoor activities
winter
Park Wardens
Bill Peyto
Credit
Gift of Lorne James, North Vancouver, 2006
Catalogue Number
106.04.1063 a,b
Images
Less detail
Date
1930
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
110.01.1041
Description
Food can opened at top, lid still attached. Body of can in V-shape, for pouring (for coal oil?), recovered from mine shaft.
Title
Food Tin
Date
1930
Material
metal
Description
Food can opened at top, lid still attached. Body of can in V-shape, for pouring (for coal oil?), recovered from mine shaft.
Subject
Bill Peyto
exploration
mining
Credit
Gift of Ted J. Hart, Banff, 1994
Catalogue Number
110.01.1041
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