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Date
1902 – 1902
Material
fibre, cotton
Catalogue Number
103.09.0021
Description
A long black academic gown with long wide pointed sleeves gathered at the shoulders. The gown opens down the length of the gown front, with a wide panel on either side, and snaps to fasten at the top creating a V-neck. The back of the gown is gathered between the shoulders with a square 'collar' …
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Title
Academic Gown
Date
1902 – 1902
Material
fibre, cotton
Dimensions
130.0 cm
Description
A long black academic gown with long wide pointed sleeves gathered at the shoulders. The gown opens down the length of the gown front, with a wide panel on either side, and snaps to fasten at the top creating a V-neck. The back of the gown is gathered between the shoulders with a square 'collar' at the yoke and a line of twisted cording down centre that buttons at the bottom of the yoke. The monogram “P.A.M.” is sewn on a label at the neck. There is also a manufacturer’s label at the neck.
Subject
Philip Moore
education
ceremonial
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.09.0021
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Date
1904 – 1904
Material
fibre, cotton; fibre
Catalogue Number
103.09.0023
Description
A gold-coloured academic gown gathered at the yoke and sleeves. The gown has a wide curving neck and front opening that are banded with black satin. There are three black satin bands along edges of the wide, long, pointed sleeves. The gown fastens at the front of the neck with hooks and a narro…
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Title
Academic Gown
Date
1904 – 1904
Material
fibre, cotton; fibre
Dimensions
128.5 cm
Description
A gold-coloured academic gown gathered at the yoke and sleeves. The gown has a wide curving neck and front opening that are banded with black satin. There are three black satin bands along edges of the wide, long, pointed sleeves. The gown fastens at the front of the neck with hooks and a narrow ribbon tie.
Subject
education
ceremonial
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.09.0023
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Date
1902 – 1902
Material
fibre, cotton; fibre, silk; fibre
Catalogue Number
103.09.0022
Description
A black academic hood that has a sleeve shape at the end. The deep hood is lined with orange silk and black silk in wide bands. The hood is edged in light grey velvet which forms a strap to pass over the shoulders and rest on the chest.
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Title
Academic Hood
Date
1902 – 1902
Material
fibre, cotton; fibre, silk; fibre
Dimensions
90.0 x 107.0 cm
Description
A black academic hood that has a sleeve shape at the end. The deep hood is lined with orange silk and black silk in wide bands. The hood is edged in light grey velvet which forms a strap to pass over the shoulders and rest on the chest.
Subject
education
ceremonial
Philip Moore
Princeton University
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.09.0022
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Date
1890 – 1900
Material
skin; glass
Catalogue Number
103.01.0344
Description
A pendant made from a piece of buckskin cut out in the shape of a man standing, and completely beaded to define facial features and clothing. The figure has a green face with square blue eyes and is outlined in pink with irregular edging of white beads. The figure is depicted as wearing a blue an…
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Title
Amulet Charm
Date
1890 – 1900
Material
skin; glass
Dimensions
5.7 x 12.0 cm
Description
A pendant made from a piece of buckskin cut out in the shape of a man standing, and completely beaded to define facial features and clothing. The figure has a green face with square blue eyes and is outlined in pink with irregular edging of white beads. The figure is depicted as wearing a blue and red horizontally striped shirt, and green leggings. The whole body is edged with the same white beading as surrounds the face. A small piece of buckskin thong attached behind the neck is tied in a loop.
Subject
Indigenous
ceremonial
beadwork
regalia
medicinal
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.01.0344
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Date
1968 – 1971
Material
skin; fibre; glass
Catalogue Number
103.09.0085
Description
Circular pouch with two straps with buckskin ties. Green white triangular beading on straps, pouch white "Queen's Crown" beaded on green ground is on front face of cotton lined pouch. Backside of pouch beaded with silver at edge, star in middle and surrounding V shapes, all on red ground. Backside…
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Title
Amulet Charm
Date
1968 – 1971
Material
skin; fibre; glass
Dimensions
13.0 x 30.0 cm
Description
Circular pouch with two straps with buckskin ties. Green white triangular beading on straps, pouch white "Queen's Crown" beaded on green ground is on front face of cotton lined pouch. Backside of pouch beaded with silver at edge, star in middle and surrounding V shapes, all on red ground. Backside of pouch beaded on canvas and front side beaded on buckskin. Fringe tassels of silver beads on lower two thirds of pouch edge.
Subject
Indigenous
lore
religious
Eliza Hunter
ceremonial
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.09.0085
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Date
1898 – 1905
Material
fibre, silk
Catalogue Number
103.09.0024
Description
A collection of eight silk ribbon sashes: a) A ribbon, 61.0 cm long, with blue and purple stripes, knotted at one end, with a metal fastener. b) A ribbon, 64.5 cm long, with black and orange stripes with the numbers '02' embroidered in orange. This ribbon is knotted one end.c) A strip of ribbon, 5…
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Title
Bandolier
Date
1898 – 1905
Material
fibre, silk
Dimensions
5.0 cm
Description
A collection of eight silk ribbon sashes: a) A ribbon, 61.0 cm long, with blue and purple stripes, knotted at one end, with a metal fastener. b) A ribbon, 64.5 cm long, with black and orange stripes with the numbers '02' embroidered in orange. This ribbon is knotted one end.c) A strip of ribbon, 52.0 cm long, that is half orange, and half black.d) A ribbon, 64.5 cm long, with green with yellow stripes. It is knotted at one end and has a metal buckle.e) A ribbon, 62.5 cm long, that is red with black stripes. It is knotted at one end and has a metal buckle.f) A ribbon, 67.0 cm long, with black and orange stripes and the numbers '02' embroidered in orange. The ribbon is knotted at one end and is very similay to 103.09.0024b. g) A ribbon, 62.5 cm long, that is dark blue with yellow, red and green stripes. This ribbon is knotted at one end. h) A strip of ribbon, 33.0 cm long, that is half orange and half black. This strip of ribbon has been tied into a large bow. 103.09.0024c may be a remnant from this bow.Ribbons 103.09.0024b and 103.09.0024f are each labeled “The Wick Adjustable Fancy Band, Phila. All Rights Reserved”.
Subject
education
sports
awards
ceremonial
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.09.0024
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Date
prior to 1970
Material
hair, horse; glass; feather; fibre; skin
Catalogue Number
103.01.3022 a,b
Description
Fur armbands with hanging pelts, feathers, hairlocks and large beaded medallions. Each medallion (6.0 cm diameter) has a scalloped blue beaded border with a multi coloured centre. Each hairlock has a beaded band in white, red and orange where it attaches to the armband. a) Armband (28.0 cm ci…
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Title
Beaded Armband
Date
prior to 1970
Material
hair, horse; glass; feather; fibre; skin
Dimensions
11.0 (a); 12.0 (b) x 105.0 (a); 110.0 (b) cm
Description
Fur armbands with hanging pelts, feathers, hairlocks and large beaded medallions. Each medallion (6.0 cm diameter) has a scalloped blue beaded border with a multi coloured centre. Each hairlock has a beaded band in white, red and orange where it attaches to the armband. a) Armband (28.0 cm circumference) lined with white polkadotted red fabric. This armband has a red squirrel pelt attached.b) Armband (22.0 cm circumference) lined with yellow and white fabric. This armband has a weasel pelt attached.
Subject
Indigenous
regalia
ceremonial
crafts
beadwork
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.01.3022 a,b
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Date
prior to 1970
Material
fibre; skin
Catalogue Number
103.01.3023 a,b
Description
Two armbands made from yarn.a) Thick bright pink yarn (10.0 to 20.0 cm long) tied onto a white shoelace (22.5 cm circumference).b) Lengths of purple yarn (16.0 cm long) folded in half and machine stiched with heavy black thread to create a fringe. Leather thongs are attached to each end of the arm…
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Title
Beaded Armband
Date
prior to 1970
Material
fibre; skin
Dimensions
19.0 (a); 18.0 (b) x 22.0 (a); 9.0 (b) cm
Description
Two armbands made from yarn.a) Thick bright pink yarn (10.0 to 20.0 cm long) tied onto a white shoelace (22.5 cm circumference).b) Lengths of purple yarn (16.0 cm long) folded in half and machine stiched with heavy black thread to create a fringe. Leather thongs are attached to each end of the armband (24.4 cm circumference).
Subject
Indigenous
regalia
ceremonial
crafts
sewing
needlework
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.01.3023 a,b
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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
Indigenous, Blackfoot
beadwork
regalia
ceremonial
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
103.07.1033
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Date
1930 – 1940
Material
skin; glass
Catalogue Number
103.07.0004
Description
A beaded belt that is fastened with thongs. The beadwork pattern is a white background with a red border along the outside edges, with a series of light blue diamonds, outlined in red, centred along the length of the belt.
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Title
Beaded Belt
Date
1930 – 1940
Material
skin; glass
Dimensions
6.0 x 83.0 cm
Description
A beaded belt that is fastened with thongs. The beadwork pattern is a white background with a red border along the outside edges, with a series of light blue diamonds, outlined in red, centred along the length of the belt.
Subject
Indigenous
Stoney
Philip Moore
ceremonial
decorative
regalia
beadwork
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.07.0004
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