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Banff Indian Days, Calgary Stampede scrapbook

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Part Of
Luxton family fonds
Scope & Content
Scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings related to Banff Indian Days and the Calgary Stampede; various other newspaper clippings related to local and international news, including the opening of a new school in Morley and the Luxton Museum [now the Buffalo Nations Museum] in Banff, a fire at Jasp…
Date Range
[1947 - 1952]
Reference Code
LUX / III / B4 - 6
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Textual record
Scrapbook
Newspaper clipping
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Part Of
Luxton family fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
LUX
Series
III.B.4. Georgina Luxton : Collected Material : Textual Records
Sous-Fonds
III. Luxton Family sous-fonds
Accession Number
LUX
Reference Code
LUX / III / B4 - 6
GMD
Textual record
Scrapbook
Newspaper clipping
Date Range
[1947 - 1952]
Physical Description
3 cm of textual records
Scope & Content
Scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings related to Banff Indian Days and the Calgary Stampede; various other newspaper clippings related to local and international news, including the opening of a new school in Morley and the Luxton Museum [now the Buffalo Nations Museum] in Banff, a fire at Jasper Park Lodge, and Canadian and international politics.
Name Access
Luxton, Norman
Luxton, Georgina
MacKinnon, Rev. Robert H.
Crowchild, Chief David
Bearspaw, David
Hunter, Eva
Rider, Eli
Rider, Diane
Bearspaw, Rosie
Bearspaw, Harold
Subject Access
Activities
Advertising
Animals
Banff Indian Days
Luxton Museum
Calgary Herald
Calgary Stampede
Children
Commerce and industry
Community events
Community life
Cultural pluralism
Construction
Education
Fire
Government
Hotel
Indigenous Peoples
Horseback riding
Horses
Museums
Multiculturalism
Newspaper
Parade
Politics
Public events
Recreation
Music
Sanitarium Hotel
School
Stoney Nakoda
Taxidermy
Winnipeg Free Press
Geographic Access
Canada
Alberta
Banff
Canmore
Calgary
Jasper National Park
Morley
Access Restrictions
Restrictions may apply
Reproduction Restrictions
Restrictions may apply
Language
English
Category
Cultural pluralism
Education
Politics
Sports, recreation and leisure
Title Source
Title based on contents of item
Processing Status
Processed
Electronic Resources
Images
thumbnail
Less detail
Date
1960
Catalogue Number
105.05.1049
Description
A grey, weathered, wood sign from the Luxton Museum, Banff, Alberta. The sign reads “Luxton Museum” underneath that “OPERATED BY”, under that “GLENBOW FOUNDATION” and under that “Calgary”.
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Title
Commercial Sign
Date
1960
Dimensions
196.0 x 80 cm
Description
A grey, weathered, wood sign from the Luxton Museum, Banff, Alberta. The sign reads “Luxton Museum” underneath that “OPERATED BY”, under that “GLENBOW FOUNDATION” and under that “Calgary”.
Subject
museum
Banff
communities
Luxton Museum
Norman Luxton
Credit
Gift of Len Upton, 2007
Catalogue Number
105.05.1049
Images
Less detail
Date
1950 – 1970
Material
plastic
Catalogue Number
110.02.1007
Description
A round tray with raised sides, edge curls slightly out. The pattern resembles a woven wood. In red near top edge "Banff National Park" below which is a picture of Banff Avenue with Cascade Mountain , the Banff Spring Hotel, to the left and lower is the Luxton Museum, to the right is the Upper H…
  1 image  
Title
Souvenir Tray
Date
1950 – 1970
Material
plastic
Description
A round tray with raised sides, edge curls slightly out. The pattern resembles a woven wood. In red near top edge "Banff National Park" below which is a picture of Banff Avenue with Cascade Mountain , the Banff Spring Hotel, to the left and lower is the Luxton Museum, to the right is the Upper Hot Spring and below centre is Mount Rundle and "Alberta Canada". There are also animals and people and the wild rose.
Subject
Banff National Park
souvenir
Luxton Museum
Banff Springs Hotel
Mount Rundle
Credit
Gift of Astrid R. Bell, Canmore, 1995
Catalogue Number
110.02.1007
Images
Less detail
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