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Artist
John Donaldson Curren (1852 – 1940, Canadian)
Date
later than 1883
Medium
ink; watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
CuJ.05.01
Description
General colour: green, orange. Central image is a house. Half of the roof is tiled with orange brick. There are trees to the left and behind. In front are fields and a cross the bottom, is a brown fence. Sky is grey.
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Artist
John Donaldson Curren (1852 – 1940, Canadian)
Title
Bogside Scotland
Date
later than 1883
Medium
ink; watercolour on paper
Dimensions
14.25 x 18.75 cm
Description
General colour: green, orange. Central image is a house. Half of the roof is tiled with orange brick. There are trees to the left and behind. In front are fields and a cross the bottom, is a brown fence. Sky is grey.
Subject
landscape
architecture
rural
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1974
Catalogue Number
CuJ.05.01
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Castle Mountain Siding

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Artist
C. Zollern
Date
1895
Medium
watercolour; photograph on paper
Catalogue Number
ZoC.13.01
Description
Colour: green, yellow. Three frames inside one. Top picture is a painting of a group of wooden buildings left of center with a flag pole (flag is flying) and antlers on the roof. In front are railway tracks with a team of four workers going along on a cart. Behind is a river with a man fishing in i…
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Artist
C. Zollern
Title
Castle Mountain Siding
Date
1895
Medium
watercolour; photograph on paper
Dimensions
34.8 x 47.5 cm
Description
Colour: green, yellow. Three frames inside one. Top picture is a painting of a group of wooden buildings left of center with a flag pole (flag is flying) and antlers on the roof. In front are railway tracks with a team of four workers going along on a cart. Behind is a river with a man fishing in it on the right. On both sides of the river are trees and in the distance are mountains. Sky fills the top. The lower two pictures are photographs. The left is of the first Banff Springs Hotel and Rundle Mountain. The right is looking down the main street of Banff in 1895.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
mountain
architecture
rura;
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1974
Catalogue Number
ZoC.13.01
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Chandelier and Pillar, Savoy Hotel

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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1895
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.270
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Chandelier and Pillar, Savoy Hotel
Date
c. 1895
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
26 x 20 cm
Subject
landscape
architecture
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.270
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Decorative Pillars, Savoy Hotel, London

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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1895
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.269
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Decorative Pillars, Savoy Hotel, London
Date
c. 1895
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
26 x 20 cm
Subject
landscape
architecture
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.269
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Date
1894 – 1896
Material
wood; glass; stone
Catalogue Number
101.01.0005
Description
Log cabin with round log construction. Bottom S.W. log has been replaced by stonework and concrete. One stone step leads to the only door which faces N.W. Door constructed from horizontal 1 x 4 wooden slats has a metal handle and pad lock. Chinking is mostly of oakum faced with concrete. The concre…
Title
Log House
Date
1894 – 1896
Material
wood; glass; stone
Dimensions
398.78 x 523.24 cm
Description
Log cabin with round log construction. Bottom S.W. log has been replaced by stonework and concrete. One stone step leads to the only door which faces N.W. Door constructed from horizontal 1 x 4 wooden slats has a metal handle and pad lock. Chinking is mostly of oakum faced with concrete. The concrete is very sandy and is deteriorating. Two windows, one is on S.E. side (88.3 x 88.9), has white casements, one pane is broken. The other window, on N.E. side (91.4 x 45.75 cm.) has green painted sills and white casements. Very mossy roof with wooden shingles over wooden slats. Tar paper lies between shingles and roof. Thin metal sheets take the place of shingles for about the width of 2 feet the length of the N.W. side. Electrical socket on S.E. exterior probably dates from the 1930's. Interior logs are white-washed. Gables are shingled . Ridge pole and one horizontal supporting beam of two extends about a meter from the edge of roof on S.E. side.Cabin originally belonged to Bill Peyto and was probably used as storage shed for saddles, packboxes etc. In 1935 it was used by Peter and Catharine Whyte as a temporary residence for Indian models they were painting, the David Bearspaw family were among the inhabitants. Cabin has been moved twice, first in 1932 was moved slightly N.E. and again in 1968.
Subject
Bill Peyto
architecture
packers and guides
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
101.01.0005
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Date
1890 – 1896
Material
wood; glass; stone; metal
Catalogue Number
101.01.0006
Description
Log cabin with two doors, one facing east and one west. The west door was probably installed after 1939 when cabin was converted into a garage by Dave (Jack) Whyte Jr. Door painted green with small window in upper quarter. Two windows on east wall (71.2 x 114.3), one on either side of door. Window…
Title
Log House
Date
1890 – 1896
Material
wood; glass; stone; metal
Dimensions
429.26 x 612.14 cm
Description
Log cabin with two doors, one facing east and one west. The west door was probably installed after 1939 when cabin was converted into a garage by Dave (Jack) Whyte Jr. Door painted green with small window in upper quarter. Two windows on east wall (71.2 x 114.3), one on either side of door. Window sills painted green and casements are white. Cabin sits on stonework plinth with a stonework step leading to east door. Logs on south wall logs have been hewn flat while logs on all other sides have been left rounded. Inside, all but south wall have insulation in a thin blue and white dry-wall which is disintegrating in places. Ceiling of thin wooden sheets. Metal encased chimney on north end. Six old rusty nails protrude from the fourth log from top on north side, probably for outdoor storage.
Subject
Jack Sinclair
architecture
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
101.01.0006
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Date
1895
Material
wood; glass; stone; fibre; concrete; metal
Catalogue Number
101.01.0007
Description
Log cabin with peaked red shingled roof, whitewashed, with green trim on eavestroughs, window sills and porch roof supports. Small green ship's wheel conceals the bathroom vent, bathroom is late addition, c. 1930 constructed from wooden planks of varying widths. Roof possibly reshingled at time of …
Title
Log House
Date
1895
Material
wood; glass; stone; fibre; concrete; metal
Dimensions
445.7 x 622.5 cm
Description
Log cabin with peaked red shingled roof, whitewashed, with green trim on eavestroughs, window sills and porch roof supports. Small green ship's wheel conceals the bathroom vent, bathroom is late addition, c. 1930 constructed from wooden planks of varying widths. Roof possibly reshingled at time of addition. False roof S.E. side was likely added at time of bathroom construction. Corners of log portion are dovetailed. Cabin faces S.W. two windows on N.W. side (85.0 x 65.0 & 85.0 x 70.). Bathroom window on south side (60 x 32.5 cm). Chinking between logs is oakum faced with concrete. Electrical conduit on back, N.W. side and gas conduit on N.E. side added in 1970s for John Morse when he used cabin as a woodworking shop. Both lines are connected to the Whyte house. Two chimneys, one encased in brick at N.E. end, the other in metal on N.W. side. Cabin/sits on concrete plinth probably dating from 1972. All base logs have been replaced by stonework c.1975.
Subject
architecture
Bill Mather
sports
boating
skating
Massive
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
101.01.0007
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Part Of
Archives General File Collection
Scope & Content
File consists of one photograph album, comprising 108 photographs, 17.5 x 12.5 cm or smaller. Photographs pertain to community life, schooling, business, and religion in and around Morely from the late 1800s to the early 1940s. File also contains three loose pages, possibly from the same album, wit…
Date Range
1890-1942
Reference Code
V8 / 2014.8294
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Album
Photograph
Photograph print
Private record
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Part Of
Archives General File Collection
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M8 / S8 / V8
Series
Accession number : 2014.8294
Sous-Fonds
V8
Accession Number
2014.8294
Reference Code
V8 / 2014.8294
GMD
Album
Photograph
Photograph print
Private record
Date Range
1890-1942
Physical Description
1 album (108 photographs : b&w ; 17.5 x 12.5 cm or smaller)
Scope & Content
File consists of one photograph album, comprising 108 photographs, 17.5 x 12.5 cm or smaller. Photographs pertain to community life, schooling, business, and religion in and around Morely from the late 1800s to the early 1940s. File also contains three loose pages, possibly from the same album, with a total of nine full-colour photographs of structures around Morely taken ca. 1970s.
Subject Access
Animals
Architecture
Banff Indian Days
Buildings and facilities
Children
Churches
Communities
First Nations
Forestry
Fur trade
Horses
Hunting
Indigenous Peoples
Portrait
Religions
Stoney
Stoney Nakoda
Geographic Access
Morley
Alberta
Canada
Access Restrictions
Sundance
Reproduction Restrictions
Sundance
Language
English
Conservation
Pages of photographs pertaining to sun dance not scanned.
Title Source
Original title in album
Processing Status
Processed
Electronic Resources
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Artist
(Sir) William Cornelius Van Horne (1843 – 1915, Canadian)
Date
1890
Medium
oil on canvas
Catalogue Number
VhW.02.01
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Artist
(Sir) William Cornelius Van Horne (1843 – 1915, Canadian)
Title
Okanagan Lake
Date
1890
Medium
oil on canvas
Dimensions
43.5 x 75 cm
Subject
landscape, lake
architecture, rural
Credit
Gift of Esso Resources Ltd., 1980
Catalogue Number
VhW.02.01
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Phillips Church Architecture

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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1895
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.272
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Phillips Church Architecture
Date
c. 1895
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
26 x 20 cm
Subject
landscape
architecture
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.272
Images
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