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Date
1950 – 1979
Material
paper
Catalogue Number
105.02.0097
Description
A child's Advent calendar, a single sheet of paper with brightly coloured scene. Nine rosy cheeked pudgy children engaged in various activities, playing, carrying, and sorting mail, etc. The major figure, presumably Santa Claus, sits at desk writing and talking on the telephone. Dispersed througho…
Title
Advent Calendar
Date
1950 – 1979
Material
paper
Dimensions
30.2 x 30.2 cm
Description
A child's Advent calendar, a single sheet of paper with brightly coloured scene. Nine rosy cheeked pudgy children engaged in various activities, playing, carrying, and sorting mail, etc. The major figure, presumably Santa Claus, sits at desk writing and talking on the telephone. Dispersed throughout the scene are twenty four little doors numbered from 1 - 24. Each door opens to reveal a picture printed on a luminous sheet of paper glued to the calendar. The calendar has not been used and is contained in its original envelope for mailing. Marks, printed in Western Germany.
Subject
households
children
Christmas
Advent
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
105.02.0097
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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
Images
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Date
1950 – 1950
Material
wood
Catalogue Number
107.01.0060
Description
Small carved wooden horse with an arched tail and neck. The mane and tail are painted grey, and the eyes and hooves are black.
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Title
Animal Figurine
Date
1950 – 1950
Material
wood
Dimensions
8.0 x 3.0 x 7.0 cm
Description
Small carved wooden horse with an arched tail and neck. The mane and tail are painted grey, and the eyes and hooves are black.
Subject
households
collectables
animals, horses
children
crafts
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
107.01.0060
Images
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Date
1890 – 1910
Material
skin; metal; glass; metal
Catalogue Number
108.05.0003
Description
A very true replica of a Jersey milk cow with tan and white coloured suede stretched over the carved wooden shape of a cow. The cow has wooden hooves and teats on the udder, with glass eyes, and hair at the end of the tail. The cow has a leather collar with a small round cowbell. The cow moos wh…
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Title
Animal Toy
Date
1890 – 1910
Material
skin; metal; glass; metal
Dimensions
17.5 x 8.0 x 26.0 cm
Description
A very true replica of a Jersey milk cow with tan and white coloured suede stretched over the carved wooden shape of a cow. The cow has wooden hooves and teats on the udder, with glass eyes, and hair at the end of the tail. The cow has a leather collar with a small round cowbell. The cow moos when its head is turned.
Subject
industries, farming
toys
children
animals, cow
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
108.05.0003
Images
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Annie McKenzie family portrait album

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Part Of
Luxton family fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of one photograph album containing 27 photograph prints and 5 tintype photographs. Contents include black and white portraits of various unnamed individuals, as well as one photograph of a large group of children posing outside of a log building [possibly a schoolhouse].
Date Range
[ca. 1865 - 1870]
Reference Code
LUX / III / B2 / PD - 2
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Album
Photograph
Photograph print
Tintype
Part Of
Luxton family fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
LUX
Series
LUX / II / B : Georgina Luxton series
Sous-Fonds
LUX / III : Luxton family sous-fonds
Sub-Series
LUX / III / B2 : Personal papers and photographs
Accession Number
LUX
Reference Code
LUX / III / B2 / PD - 2
GMD
Album
Photograph
Photograph print
Tintype
Responsibility
Photographs in album produced by Charles H. Wright, James Sinclair, Burgess Photography [Guelph], T. Smith Photographic Artist [Guelph], and other unnamed photographers.
Date Range
[ca. 1865 - 1870]
Physical Description
1 album (32 photographs : b&w ; 12 x 8 cm or smaller)
Scope & Content
File consists of one photograph album containing 27 photograph prints and 5 tintype photographs. Contents include black and white portraits of various unnamed individuals, as well as one photograph of a large group of children posing outside of a log building [possibly a schoolhouse].
Notes
First page of album is annotated in black ink [see "Content Details"].
Date range provided is estimate by Processing Archivist based on contents of album [active periods of photographers credited in album overlap between ca. 1867 - 1870; album is signed by "Annie McKenzie", who married and became "Annie McDougall" in 1871].
Material Details
Leather bound album
Name Access
McDougall, Annie
McKenzie, Annie
Subject Access
Children
Family and personal life
Immigration and homesteading
Land, settlement and immigration
Log structures
Settlement
Geographic Access
Canada
Ontario
Access Restrictions
Fragile contents, handle with care
Language
English
Conservation
Pages have been interleaved with acid-free tissue paper
Category
Family and personal life
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Content Details
First page annotation: "Annie McKenzie [unintelligible] [unintelligible] Ont[ario]."
Processing Status
Processed
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Date
prior to 1973
Material
skin; glass
Catalogue Number
103.05.3017
Description
Dark brown fur apron with three compartments. Each section holds a doll, one larger than the other two, that is sewn in place. Each doll has hide clothing, fur on the head and beaded facial features. Long thong tie (69.8 cm long) attached at upper two corners. Tag attached: “Eliza Hunter broug…
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Title
Apron
Date
prior to 1973
Material
skin; glass
Dimensions
49.0 x 48.0 cm
Description
Dark brown fur apron with three compartments. Each section holds a doll, one larger than the other two, that is sewn in place. Each doll has hide clothing, fur on the head and beaded facial features. Long thong tie (69.8 cm long) attached at upper two corners. Tag attached: “Eliza Hunter brought this spring of ‘72 How babies were carried? (copied from note in CRW handwriting).”
Subject
Indians
Eliza Hunter
crafts
beadwork
children
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.05.3017
Images
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Date
1890 – 1920
Material
fibre; metal
Catalogue Number
103.04.1027
Description
Beige silk folding baby bonnet with nine wire loops covered in white silk. The bonnet has long narrow blue ribbon attached by saftey pins to white bows on each side.
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Title
Baby Bonnet
Date
1890 – 1920
Material
fibre; metal
Description
Beige silk folding baby bonnet with nine wire loops covered in white silk. The bonnet has long narrow blue ribbon attached by saftey pins to white bows on each side.
Subject
Mary Schaffer
children
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
103.04.1027
Images
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Date
1890 – 1920
Material
fibre
Catalogue Number
103.04.1045 a-d
Description
Four baby bonnets: two plain, one embroidered, and one net.
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Title
Baby Bonnet
Date
1890 – 1920
Material
fibre
Description
Four baby bonnets: two plain, one embroidered, and one net.
Subject
Mary Schaffer
children
crafts
embroidery
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
103.04.1045 a-d
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Date
1907 – 1909
Material
fibre, silk; fibre, cotton
Catalogue Number
103.04.0014
Description
A white baby's bonnet with white embroidery and long ties. The brim along the face edge folds back and is bordered all around by an edging of small scallops or rick rack. The crown in back is encircled with the same edging.
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Title
Baby Bonnet
Date
1907 – 1909
Material
fibre, silk; fibre, cotton
Dimensions
29.0 (along neck edge) x 59.0 (includes ties) cm
Description
A white baby's bonnet with white embroidery and long ties. The brim along the face edge folds back and is bordered all around by an edging of small scallops or rick rack. The crown in back is encircled with the same edging.
Subject
decorative
children
crafts
embroidery
Edmee Moore
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.04.0014
Images
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Date
1907 – 1909
Material
fibre, silk; fibre, cotton
Catalogue Number
103.04.0015
Description
A white baby's bonnet with white embroidery and long ties made of the same material as the bonnet. There is very small scalloped edging along the face edge of the bonnet.
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Title
Baby Bonnet
Date
1907 – 1909
Material
fibre, silk; fibre, cotton
Dimensions
29.0 (along neck edge) x 59.0 (including ties) cm
Description
A white baby's bonnet with white embroidery and long ties made of the same material as the bonnet. There is very small scalloped edging along the face edge of the bonnet.
Subject
decorative
children
crafts
embroidery
Edmee Moore
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.04.0015
Images
Less detail

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