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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Date
1951
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
WyP.03.772
Description
Christmas card sketch, resembling the final version of the 1951 card. Animals gather around Catharine and Peter’s vehicle waiting for Catharine to finish cooking. Peter sits on the roof reading. One of the bears is sitting by a stool with a fork in hand. Near the middle of the bottom edge of the pa…
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Title
Best Wishes Peter
Date
1951
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
21.5 x 28.0 cm
Description
Christmas card sketch, resembling the final version of the 1951 card. Animals gather around Catharine and Peter’s vehicle waiting for Catharine to finish cooking. Peter sits on the roof reading. One of the bears is sitting by a stool with a fork in hand. Near the middle of the bottom edge of the paper it says “BEST WISHES PETER”verso: rectangular box drawn that is blank, that could have been used for another sketch.
Subject
bears
stool
fork
moose
birds
squirrel
rabbit
tree
cooking
pot
woman
man
reading
vehicle
Christmas card
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
WyP.03.772
Images
Less detail
Date
n.d.
Material
metal; cork
Catalogue Number
104.19.1107 a-c
Description
A three-part metal cooker for camping: (a) the canister for heating water, soup etc. is a cylindrical metal container narrowing at the opening; seals with a cork plug.(b) a cylindrical hollow metal container, into which the canister fits, with thirteen round holes cut into the top part below the ri…
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Title
Camping Cooker
Date
n.d.
Material
metal; cork
Dimensions
26.5 x 12.3 cm
Description
A three-part metal cooker for camping: (a) the canister for heating water, soup etc. is a cylindrical metal container narrowing at the opening; seals with a cork plug.(b) a cylindrical hollow metal container, into which the canister fits, with thirteen round holes cut into the top part below the rim and eleven at the bottom, and one small hole cut out opposite from, but higher than, the larger rectangular hole cut out at the bottom. There is a thin metal rod, attached to the sides of the container, molded into a shape to support the canister; this shaped metal rod serves as a handle to carry the canister and also to prop the it up on the stove. The metal handle moves easily back and forth.(c) a metal top, which fits over the canister and carrier, that serves as a pot. It has two metal handles attached by rivets; these can be pulled out for a handle, and when not in use, can be folded neatly around the rim.
Subject
recreational
cooking
camping
climbing
Credit
Gift of H. A. Buckmaster, 2009
Catalogue Number
104.19.1107 a-c
Images
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Date
prior to 1989
Material
metal; paper
Catalogue Number
102.07.1012
Description
A folding Sterno camp stove. Gold coloured stove in a black, red and white package.
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Title
Camp Stove
Date
prior to 1989
Material
metal; paper
Dimensions
12.0 x 16.0 cm
Description
A folding Sterno camp stove. Gold coloured stove in a black, red and white package.
Subject
camping
cooking
Credit
Gift of Jon Whyte, Banff, 1989
Catalogue Number
102.07.1012
Images
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Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
104.19.0111
Description
Cast iron pot. Pot has a top handle that is connected to loops at each side and narrows at the base to a smaller foot. There are small lips on the rim of the pot on the sides without the handle loops.
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Title
Cast Iron Pot
Date
n.d.
Material
metal
Dimensions
12.0 x 29.0 cm
Description
Cast iron pot. Pot has a top handle that is connected to loops at each side and narrows at the base to a smaller foot. There are small lips on the rim of the pot on the sides without the handle loops.
Subject
Moore home
households
cooking
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.19.0111
Images
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The Cook, Louis Hill, and old dog Dooley

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactsij.05.08
Artist
James (Sr.) Simpson (1875 – 1972, Canadian)
Date
1964
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
SiJ.05.08
Description
Colour: blue, green. A figure and a dog stand by a fire over which are hanging two pots - left of center. Right is a tent and surrounding this in the front is snow and behind snow and trees.
Artist
James (Sr.) Simpson (1875 – 1972, Canadian)
Title
The Cook, Louis Hill, and old dog Dooley
Date
1964
Medium
watercolour on paper
Dimensions
16.5 x 11.4 cm
Description
Colour: blue, green. A figure and a dog stand by a fire over which are hanging two pots - left of center. Right is a tent and surrounding this in the front is snow and behind snow and trees.
Subject
figure
man
animal
dog
activity
cooking
winter
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1975
Catalogue Number
SiJ.05.08
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Crab Apple Preserves

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactweb.18.38
Artist
George Webber
Date
2000 – 2000
Medium
photograph on paper
Catalogue Number
WeB.18.38
Description
Women in the kitchen making crab apple preserves. Photograph taken at the Little Bow Hutterite Colony in Southern Alberta.
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Artist
George Webber
Title
Crab Apple Preserves
Date
2000 – 2000
Medium
photograph on paper
Dimensions
11” x 14” cm
Description
Women in the kitchen making crab apple preserves. Photograph taken at the Little Bow Hutterite Colony in Southern Alberta.
Subject
documentary photography
Hutterite cooking
Credit
Gift of George Webber, Calgary, 2014
Catalogue Number
WeB.18.38
Images
Less detail
Date
prior to 1980
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
102.07.1009
Description
Two burner gas stove with fuel cannister.
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Title
Gas Stove
Date
prior to 1980
Material
metal
Description
Two burner gas stove with fuel cannister.
Subject
activity
camping
cooking
Credit
Gift of Bertha Verkuil Davis, Calgary, 1991
Catalogue Number
102.07.1009
Images
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Artist
George Webber
Date
2000 – 2000
Medium
photograph on paper
Catalogue Number
WeB.18.28
Description
Photograph of three women making buns at a table. Photograph was taken at Little Bow Hutterite Colony, Southern Alberta.
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Artist
George Webber
Title
Making Buns
Date
2000 – 2000
Medium
photograph on paper
Dimensions
11” x 14” cm
Description
Photograph of three women making buns at a table. Photograph was taken at Little Bow Hutterite Colony, Southern Alberta.
Subject
documentary photography
Hutterite cooking
colony
Credit
Gift of George Webber, Calgary, 2014
Catalogue Number
WeB.18.28
Images
Less detail
Date
1956
Material
metal; paper
Catalogue Number
104.19.1106 a-c
Description
A small portable stove, consisting of two parts, in its original box and an instruction booklet: (a) a fuel tank canister/pipe with coil burners with a metal stand (for propping up the canister) attached to the canister; and (b) a metal hook:(a) the bomb-shaped fuel canister has a screw-on bottom t…
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Title
Portable Stove
Date
1956
Material
metal; paper
Dimensions
6.0 x 16.5 cm
Description
A small portable stove, consisting of two parts, in its original box and an instruction booklet: (a) a fuel tank canister/pipe with coil burners with a metal stand (for propping up the canister) attached to the canister; and (b) a metal hook:(a) the bomb-shaped fuel canister has a screw-on bottom that can be opened to insert fuel. The other end has a U-shaped, solid flat piece of metal soldered onto the canister. Two metal coils (each 0.50cm) are soldered on 0.50cm from the flat part that stabilizes it. Engraved on the flat part “BORDE” “PATENT” forming a circle with the logo inside. The flat metal ‘stovetop’ on which a pot would be placed, has eight metal prongs extending from a depressed circular piece; the four large prongs are bent, four small are straight. The fuel tank (16.3x6.0 wide) has a metal rod (0.50cm wide) coiled twice with each end soldered to the top of the fuel canister. There is a piece of metal tubing soldered onto the coil. The stand (9.0x4.5cm wide) is a metal rod fashioned to hold the fuel tank; each end is bent in the shape of a circle/coil to hold the stove; it fits over the canister. (b) the hook (15.0cmx1.0cm wide) is a straight metal rod with a curved hook at the end. The curved hook is for opening and closing the fuel outlet.The stove is contained in the original paper box with “BORDE”, underneath “Benzin-Brenner” and underneath that “Zurich / Switzerland” printed in black lettering.(c) the instruction booklet for the stove.
Subject
recreational
cooking
camping
climbing
Credit
Gift of H. A. Buckmaster, 2009
Catalogue Number
104.19.1106 a-c
Images
Less detail
Date
1870 – 1935
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
104.19.0041
Description
Cast bronze fish, carp? with a loop under mouth. Very well crafted, scale marks, fins and loop support body when fish lying on flat surface. Mouth open to reveal hollow interior. Small hole under left eye which may be damage.
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Title
Pot Lifter
Date
1870 – 1935
Material
metal
Dimensions
6.3 x 13.0 x 21.0 cm
Description
Cast bronze fish, carp? with a loop under mouth. Very well crafted, scale marks, fins and loop support body when fish lying on flat surface. Mouth open to reveal hollow interior. Small hole under left eye which may be damage.
Subject
households
cooking
Japanese
Edward S. Morse
animal
fish
carp
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.19.0041
Images
Less detail

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