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Date
c. 1910
Material
skin; glass; metal
Catalogue Number
103.08.3020
Description
Drawstring hide bag with long thong drawstring knotted at centre. Long fringe (23.0 cm) is attached to botton edge of bag. One piece of the fringe is tied around a small metal crucifix. Each side of the bag is decorated with a patch (15.0 x 17.0 cm) of beadwork. One side has an orange rose with…
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Title
Bag
Date
c. 1910
Material
skin; glass; metal
Dimensions
19.0 x 32.0 cm
Description
Drawstring hide bag with long thong drawstring knotted at centre. Long fringe (23.0 cm) is attached to botton edge of bag. One piece of the fringe is tied around a small metal crucifix. Each side of the bag is decorated with a patch (15.0 x 17.0 cm) of beadwork. One side has an orange rose with green leaves on a blue background with an orange border and a rolled edge on three sides in orange, blue and clear beads. The other side has a geometric design in red, black, blue and green on a yellow background with a white border and a rolled edge on three sides in grey, red and yellow.
Subject
Indians
Native
Indigenous, Kootenay
crafts
beadwork
religion
Joe Kootenay
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.08.3020
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Date
1885 – 1905
Material
glass; fibre; hair
Catalogue Number
103.07.1033
Description
Beaded Blackfoot dance belt with 5 hanging panels, belt band 15.5 wide at centre tapers to 9.0 at ends, stitched onto cotton covered heavy canvas. Open floral design centered with a red and white club-like flower. 5 hanging panels: centre piece 27.0 long, 2 outside panels squarish with correspondin…
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Title
Beaded Belt
Date
1885 – 1905
Material
glass; fibre; hair
Dimensions
43.0 x 86.0 cm
Description
Beaded Blackfoot dance belt with 5 hanging panels, belt band 15.5 wide at centre tapers to 9.0 at ends, stitched onto cotton covered heavy canvas. Open floral design centered with a red and white club-like flower. 5 hanging panels: centre piece 27.0 long, 2 outside panels squarish with corresponding blue tassels, 2 each side (2 missing each side) Other 2 panels of a different design and colours - were arm bands, belt bandends are cotton ca 8.5 long with 2 cotton ties each side, edge beading lightblue.
Subject
Indians
Native
Indigenous, Blackfoot
beadwork
costumes
ceremonial
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
103.07.1033
Images
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Date
1890 – 1920
Material
glass; metal; fibre
Catalogue Number
103.05.1061
Description
Beads strung on heavy cotton thread in diamond shapes, no backing, dominant colour light blue in main body with bands of dark blue and amber in rows across. "T" opening for neck outlined with very pale blue beads, rawhide strips sewn onto top front opening with rawhide strip 34.0 long laced throu…
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Title
Beaded Collar
Date
1890 – 1920
Material
glass; metal; fibre
Dimensions
44.0 x 72.0 cm
Description
Beads strung on heavy cotton thread in diamond shapes, no backing, dominant colour light blue in main body with bands of dark blue and amber in rows across. "T" opening for neck outlined with very pale blue beads, rawhide strips sewn onto top front opening with rawhide strip 34.0 long laced through for tie. Two pieces of string tied 3.0 from opening on shoulder to hold together when worn. Another band of beads at centre front and back 45.0 x 6.0 with 2 bands of light mauve beads, attached to bottom are 2 strings of short tube beads, dark blue on ends, others amber, each with a small brass bell at the bottom, some bells missing. Edges bound with cotton with narrow rawhide ties under arms.
Subject
households
clothing
Indians
Native
Indigenous, Sarcee, Tsuut’ina
beadwork
costumes
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
103.05.1061
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Date
1985
Material
skin, deer; glass; fibre;
Catalogue Number
103.05.1185
Description
A tanned, buckskin jacket with Native floral beadwork design. It appears to be Stoney beadwork because of the colour combinations. The jacket has beading on the shoulders and the the top front and has fringes below. The beading above across the back is of flowers with colours red, orange, beige, bl…
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Title
Beaded Jacket
Date
1985
Material
skin, deer; glass; fibre;
Dimensions
52.0; with arms 143.0 x 81.0 cm
Description
A tanned, buckskin jacket with Native floral beadwork design. It appears to be Stoney beadwork because of the colour combinations. The jacket has beading on the shoulders and the the top front and has fringes below. The beading above across the back is of flowers with colours red, orange, beige, blue, white and red and leaves in colours of green and turquoise. The beaded butterflies on the front are (two on each side) red and blue wings surrounded by pink, and blue and orange wings surrounded by beige; all the antennae are blue. The collar is pinked and also has a strip of 1.0 pinked buckskin sewn onto it 1.50cm from the edge. The jacket is closed by leather thongs for tying. There are two front pockets, with pinked edges. The pockets are beaded in red, yellow, blue, green and white in what seems to be a flower. There is a lining, extending 25.5cm down from the collar, in red and white checked cotton with two horizontal lines of red hearts and flowers with green leaves. On viewer’s left there are two border strips of white and blue flowers on red with green leaves. The back of the collar is lined with maroon velvet.REF: 103.08.1148 In the pocket of the jacket at the time of cataloguing: a square (26.0cm) white linen handkerchief with a lace border. It has green embroidered shamrocks and stems plus seven (approx.0.50cm) dots around the shamrocks.REF: 105.02.1182 In the pocket of the jacket at the time of cataloguing: a piece of paper (11.0x12.5cm wide) with Willie’s notes on it. One side is written in script with a black felt pen “2 Rolled oats 1 milk 3 cream 1 Butter Veg fruit oranges Veg Meat”, viewer’s left, printed “NEWSPAPER GRACE” a line underneath and then “CARD FOR ERLING”. On the opposite side written in script in blue ball point pen “Bread at Pop’s, Grace and Gladys slene (sic) cody”. There are scribbles over the writing.
Subject
households
clothing
Indian
Native
Indigenous,Stoney
beadwork
Willie Morant
Credit
Gift of Nicholas Morant, Banff, 2006
Catalogue Number
103.05.1185
Images
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Date
1999
Material
skin, deer; glass; fibre;
Catalogue Number
103.05.1186
Description
An untanned, buckskin jacket with Native floral beadwork design on the back across the shoulders in flowers with colours red, blue, black, yellow and leaves of green. The area below the beadwork is pinked and fringed. There is mirror image, identical beadwork on each side of the front of the jacket…
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Title
Beaded Jacket
Date
1999
Material
skin, deer; glass; fibre;
Dimensions
50.0; with arms 167.5 x 88.5 cm
Description
An untanned, buckskin jacket with Native floral beadwork design on the back across the shoulders in flowers with colours red, blue, black, yellow and leaves of green. The area below the beadwork is pinked and fringed. There is mirror image, identical beadwork on each side of the front of the jacket. There is a zippered front closure and a pinked and beaded portion on each side of the zipper. The beadwork is alternating blue, yellow and red flowers with blue and yellow leaves and stems and then below flowers with colours of red, blue, black, yellow and leaves in green. There are four flowers on each side. On the flat front pockets the borders are pinked and the beadwork is a flower with red petals rimmed with black and a yellow centre. The leaves and stem are green.
Subject
households
clothing
Indians
Native
Indigenous
beadwork
Nick Morant
Credit
Gift of Nicholas Morant, Banff, 2006
Catalogue Number
103.05.1186
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Date
1950 – 1951
Material
skin; glass; fibre
Catalogue Number
103.05.1201
Description
A woman's tan buckskin jacket, fringed and lightly beaded with flower accents. Cut western style with ruffled collar, yoke, inset sleeves, and two ruffled pockets in front. 12.0 cm fringes below front yoke, and down backs of sleeves continuing across yoke in back. Front is closed with seven buttons…
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Title
Beaded Jacket
Date
1950 – 1951
Material
skin; glass; fibre
Dimensions
47.0 x 68.5 cm
Description
A woman's tan buckskin jacket, fringed and lightly beaded with flower accents. Cut western style with ruffled collar, yoke, inset sleeves, and two ruffled pockets in front. 12.0 cm fringes below front yoke, and down backs of sleeves continuing across yoke in back. Front is closed with seven buttons. Medium sized red, pink, purple, yellow beaded flowers on each front pocket. Front yoke and back beaded with white, yellow, blue, and green flower, leave and stem accents. Machine stitched and top collar lined with tan coloured silk. A small tag labelled with red cursive stiching “Wonnacott” inside the lapel
Subject
Indians
Native
Indigenous, Stoney
beadwork
Luxton Trading Post
Credit
Gift of Bill Wonnacott, Victoria, 2016
Catalogue Number
103.05.1201
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Date
n.d.
Material
skin, animal; fibre; glass
Catalogue Number
103.03.1125 a,b
Description
A pair of well-worn, low-top slipper-style beaded buckskin moccasins (28.0x12.5cm wide), two-piece construction with sewn-on cuffs, foot, vamp with leather edging around foot opening, beadwork: five lines of green beads interspersed with gold, orange zigzag, in the middle blue zigzag with black clo…
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Title
Beaded Moccasins
Date
n.d.
Material
skin, animal; fibre; glass
Dimensions
6.0 x 12.5 x 28.0 cm
Description
A pair of well-worn, low-top slipper-style beaded buckskin moccasins (28.0x12.5cm wide), two-piece construction with sewn-on cuffs, foot, vamp with leather edging around foot opening, beadwork: five lines of green beads interspersed with gold, orange zigzag, in the middle blue zigzag with black closest to the toe, two more lines of blue zigzag with red, black and light green, simple light blue beading (three beads) sewn around the flap. Left moccasin (a) has a soft, lighter cuff, right moccasin (b) has a darker, heavier cuff that matches the moccasin.
Subject
clothing
footwear
Indians
Native
Indigenous
Willie and Nick Morant
Credit
Gift of Nicholas Morant, Banff, 2006
Catalogue Number
103.03.1125 a,b
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Date
n.d.
Material
skin, animal; fibre; glass
Catalogue Number
103.03.1126 a,b
Description
A well-worn, fabric-lined, slipper-style beaded moccasins (24x11.0cm wide), two-piece construction, foot and vamp, fur border sewn around foot opening. Beadwork: vamp is a piece of yellow felt with a black bead border. There is a plant motif, stem starting at the toe, blue beads for the stem and le…
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Title
Beaded Moccasins
Date
n.d.
Material
skin, animal; fibre; glass
Dimensions
24.0 x 11.0 cm
Description
A well-worn, fabric-lined, slipper-style beaded moccasins (24x11.0cm wide), two-piece construction, foot and vamp, fur border sewn around foot opening. Beadwork: vamp is a piece of yellow felt with a black bead border. There is a plant motif, stem starting at the toe, blue beads for the stem and leaves, red, white, yellow with opalescent beads in the middle; above the plant motif, the word “ALASKA” in black beads.
Subject
clothing
footwear
Indian
Native
Indigenous
Willie and Nick Morant
Credit
Gift of Nicholas Morant, Banff, 2006
Catalogue Number
103.03.1126 a,b
Images
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Date
n.d.
Material
skin, animal; fibre; glass
Catalogue Number
103.03.1127 a,b
Description
Unworn, slipper-style moccasins (25.0x10.5cm wide) two-piece construction, beaded vamp and sewn-on flap around foot opening. Two lines of brown and orange cording around the beadwork, surrounded by a line of black beads, then lines of blue, green, red and orange beads, and in the centre a flower mo…
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Title
Beaded Moccasins
Date
n.d.
Material
skin, animal; fibre; glass
Description
Unworn, slipper-style moccasins (25.0x10.5cm wide) two-piece construction, beaded vamp and sewn-on flap around foot opening. Two lines of brown and orange cording around the beadwork, surrounded by a line of black beads, then lines of blue, green, red and orange beads, and in the centre a flower motif of orange and green petals, black centre, against a white background with green, blue red, yellow and orange underneath.
Subject
footwear
Indian
Native
Indigenous
Nick Morant
Credit
Gift of Nicholas Morant, Banff, 2006
Catalogue Number
103.03.1127 a,b
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Bernice White Man Left and Larry Hairy Bull

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactweb.18.01
Artist
George Webber
Date
1997 – 2008
Medium
photograph on paper
Catalogue Number
WeB.18.01
Description
Two men standing on the side of the road. Photograph taken at The Blood Reserve, Alberta.
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Artist
George Webber
Title
Bernice White Man Left and Larry Hairy Bull
Date
1997 – 2008
Medium
photograph on paper
Dimensions
11” x 14” cm
Description
Two men standing on the side of the road. Photograph taken at The Blood Reserve, Alberta.
Subject
documentary photography
First Nations
community
native
Credit
Gift of George Webber, Calgary, 2014
Catalogue Number
WeB.18.01
Images
Less detail

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