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Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.1165
Description
A chromalloy steel, hand-forged, angle piton with a ring attached through a hole in the top portion to thread a carabiner or rope through. “LONGWARE” is engraved on the outside middle.
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Title
Angle Piton
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Dimensions
2.70 x 15.0 cm
Description
A chromalloy steel, hand-forged, angle piton with a ring attached through a hole in the top portion to thread a carabiner or rope through. “LONGWARE” is engraved on the outside middle.
Subject
sports
climbing
Hans Gmoser
Credit
Gift of Hans and Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 1991
Catalogue Number
108.04.1165
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Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.1166
Description
A chromalloy steel, hand-forged, angle piton with a ring attached through a hole in the top portion to thread a carabiner or rope through. “HG” engraved on the inside along with “STUBAI AUSTRIA”
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Title
Angle Piton
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Dimensions
2.0 x 15.5 cm
Description
A chromalloy steel, hand-forged, angle piton with a ring attached through a hole in the top portion to thread a carabiner or rope through. “HG” engraved on the inside along with “STUBAI AUSTRIA”
Subject
sports
climbing
Hans Gmoser
Credit
Gift of Hans and Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 1991
Catalogue Number
108.04.1166
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Date
1955
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.1168
Description
A hand-forged, chromalloy steel, angle piton with a welded ring attached. Engraved “STUBAI” below that “MADE IN AUSTRIA” and then “HG”.
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Title
Angle Piton
Date
1955
Material
metal
Dimensions
2.4 x 16.0 cm
Description
A hand-forged, chromalloy steel, angle piton with a welded ring attached. Engraved “STUBAI” below that “MADE IN AUSTRIA” and then “HG”.
Subject
sports
climbing
Hans Gmoser
Credit
Gift of Hans and Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 1991
Catalogue Number
108.04.1168
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Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.1169
Description
A chromalloy steel, hand-forged angle piton with a ring attached through a hole in the top portion to thread a carabiner or rope through.
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Title
Angle Piton
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Dimensions
1.50 x 16.0 cm
Description
A chromalloy steel, hand-forged angle piton with a ring attached through a hole in the top portion to thread a carabiner or rope through.
Subject
sports
climbing
Hans Gmoser
Credit
Gift of Hans and Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 1991
Catalogue Number
108.04.1169
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Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.1167 a-d
Description
A carabiner with three pitons attached:(a) an aluminum D-ring carabiner (11.0X5.0cm wide) with non-locking gate mechanism on the gate; on one side engraved “H” and then “P. ALLAIN 1600 Kg” in raised block lettering,“G”, on opposite side in raised lettering, on the other “BREVETTE S G D G”.(b) a chr…
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Title
Angle W/Carabiner Piton
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Description
A carabiner with three pitons attached:(a) an aluminum D-ring carabiner (11.0X5.0cm wide) with non-locking gate mechanism on the gate; on one side engraved “H” and then “P. ALLAIN 1600 Kg” in raised block lettering,“G”, on opposite side in raised lettering, on the other “BREVETTE S G D G”.(b) a chromalloy steel, hand-forged, angle piton with a round hole at one end. Stamped on both sides is a diamond with a “C” in the middle.(c) A chromalloy steel, hand-forged, angle piton with a round hole at one end”AG” stamped on the inside.(d) A chromalloy steel, hand-forged, short, angle piton with a round hole at one end.
Subject
sports
climbing
Hans Gmoser
Credit
Gift of Hans and Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 1991
Catalogue Number
108.04.1167 a-d
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Date
1950 – 1980
Material
fibre; metal
Catalogue Number
103.05.1124
Description
A reversible (green one side and beige on the other), hooded, pullover jacket with diagonal pocket openings above the waist on both sides. The hood has a corded cotton drawstring threaded through to loosen or tighten and below there is an opening with three buttons at the neck. There are two slit p…
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Title
Anorak Jacket
Date
1950 – 1980
Material
fibre; metal
Dimensions
66.0 x 92.0 hood 31.0 cm
Description
A reversible (green one side and beige on the other), hooded, pullover jacket with diagonal pocket openings above the waist on both sides. The hood has a corded cotton drawstring threaded through to loosen or tighten and below there is an opening with three buttons at the neck. There are two slit pocket opening with buttons to open and close, and a cord threaded through the bottom of the jacket to pull through for tightening. The cuffs have a flap with a button and hole to tighten around the wrists.
Subject
sports
Hans Gmoser
climbing
Credit
Gift of Hans and Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 1989
Catalogue Number
103.05.1124
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Date
n.d.
Material
fibre; canvas; Velcro
Catalogue Number
104.27.1004 a,b
Description
A sling and an arm immobilizer for arm/collarbone injuries. Both are made from grey a canvas-type cotton bordered by light white cotton:(a) one piece wide at the bottom (25.0x32.0cm wide) sewn together at the top and open to allow an arm to be placed within. There is one piece of Velcro that the tw…
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Title
Arm Sling
Date
n.d.
Material
fibre; canvas; Velcro
Description
A sling and an arm immobilizer for arm/collarbone injuries. Both are made from grey a canvas-type cotton bordered by light white cotton:(a) one piece wide at the bottom (25.0x32.0cm wide) sewn together at the top and open to allow an arm to be placed within. There is one piece of Velcro that the two strips on the immobilizer attaches to. The straps (130.02.50cm wide) are to tie around the neck. There is a white manufacturer’s label, viewer’s left, with blue script ”All Orthopedic Appliances” and then in print “MIAMI. FLA LARGE FOR CARE SEE REVERSE”; au verso “HAND WASH IN COOL WATER WITH MILD SOAP. NO BLEACH. DO NOT TWIST OR WRING. DO NOT DRY NEAR HEAT OR SUN CAUTION FEDERAL LAW RESTRICTS THIS DEVICE TO SALE BY OR ON THE ORDER OF A PHYSICIAN.”(b) A strip (101.0x13.0cm wide) with two pieces of Velcro (5.50cm wide) on each end that can attach to the other portion of the Velcro on the sling; it wraps around the body to keep the sling/arm secure.
Subject
medical
Hans Gmoser
Credit
Gift of Hans and Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 1991
Catalogue Number
104.27.1004 a,b
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Date
1950 – 1980
Material
fibre; skin ; metal
Catalogue Number
103.08.1075
Description
Canvas bag with leather bottom and shoulder straps, grommet and string closure and metal zipper opening on side, bottom has zipper opening, shoulder straps bound on metal D-ring which is attached to back by a leather patch
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Title
Backpack
Date
1950 – 1980
Material
fibre; skin ; metal
Dimensions
63.0 x 38.0 cm
Description
Canvas bag with leather bottom and shoulder straps, grommet and string closure and metal zipper opening on side, bottom has zipper opening, shoulder straps bound on metal D-ring which is attached to back by a leather patch
Subject
sports
climbing
Hans Gmoser
Mt. McKinley
Wickersham Wall
Credit
Gift of Hans and Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 1989
Catalogue Number
103.08.1075
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Date
1950 – 1980
Material
hair, sheep
Catalogue Number
103.04.1036
Description
Brown knitted wool hat with pompom on top. There is a semi-circle opening for the wearer to look out of.
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Title
Balaclava
Date
1950 – 1980
Material
hair, sheep
Description
Brown knitted wool hat with pompom on top. There is a semi-circle opening for the wearer to look out of.
Subject
sports
skiing
Hans Gmoser
climbing
Credit
Gift of Hans and Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 1989
Catalogue Number
103.04.1036
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Belt Equipment Holder

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Date
1970 – 1990
Material
skin; metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.1088
Description
A tanned leather, tool holder that attaches to a belt; used for mountaineering. There are four rivetted holes, which keeps the pieces of leather together, creating an opening to slip a belt through. There is an etched mountain on the front with a climbing tool in front of it.
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Title
Belt Equipment Holder
Date
1970 – 1990
Material
skin; metal
Dimensions
5.0 x 9.0 cm
Description
A tanned leather, tool holder that attaches to a belt; used for mountaineering. There are four rivetted holes, which keeps the pieces of leather together, creating an opening to slip a belt through. There is an etched mountain on the front with a climbing tool in front of it.
Subject
sports
climbing
mountaineering
Hans Gmoser
Credit
Gift of Hans and Margaret Gmoser, Harvie Heights, 1991
Catalogue Number
108.04.1088
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