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Miniature; Model Teepee

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Date
c. 1955
Material
skin; wood; hair
Catalogue Number
101.01.1001
Description
A beautiful tepee model made of untanned hide. Well constructed, tent poles attached to hide covered hoop, seems to be constructed true to scale, has tent door and flap, two horsehair tassles on top poles. Painted red, yellow and brown. Animals depicted running around middle of structure.
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Title
Miniature; Model Teepee
Date
c. 1955
Material
skin; wood; hair
Dimensions
80.0 cm
Description
A beautiful tepee model made of untanned hide. Well constructed, tent poles attached to hide covered hoop, seems to be constructed true to scale, has tent door and flap, two horsehair tassles on top poles. Painted red, yellow and brown. Animals depicted running around middle of structure.
Subject
building
model
hobbies
Jack Fuller
Credit
Gift of Mary Shaw, Banff, 1987
Catalogue Number
101.01.1001
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Miniature; Model Teepee

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Date
1970 – 1989
Material
fibre; wood; skin
Catalogue Number
101.01.1003
Description
A crudely made canvas teepee with poles attached to a hooden hoop. The canvas has red and black painting on it. A line of red fabric is sewn on top.
Title
Miniature; Model Teepee
Date
1970 – 1989
Material
fibre; wood; skin
Dimensions
75.0 cm
Description
A crudely made canvas teepee with poles attached to a hooden hoop. The canvas has red and black painting on it. A line of red fabric is sewn on top.
Subject
building
model
hobbies
Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies
Credit
Gift of Patricia Wilson, Calgary, 1989
Catalogue Number
101.01.1003
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Date
1930 – 1960
Material
metal; skin; rubber
Catalogue Number
102.03.1020
Description
Three hollow tubes 50.5 cm long form the legs for the tripod stool. Bolted together near the middle each has a rubber cup on the end and at the top spread out into the pockets of a three cornered leather seat. A leather strap with metal buckle is screwed onto a leg near the bottom to keep the leg…
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Title
Tripod Stool
Date
1930 – 1960
Material
metal; skin; rubber
Description
Three hollow tubes 50.5 cm long form the legs for the tripod stool. Bolted together near the middle each has a rubber cup on the end and at the top spread out into the pockets of a three cornered leather seat. A leather strap with metal buckle is screwed onto a leg near the bottom to keep the legs together when not in use. A long thin leather strap is attached at the middle and one corner of the seat for carrying.
Subject
hobbies
artists
Walter Phillips
painting
Credit
Gift of James Helmer, 1997
Catalogue Number
102.03.1020
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Date
1890 – 1920
Material
wood
Catalogue Number
102.04.1009
Description
cottonwood box made by George Paris,; small rectangular box formed on base of rough slab wood, with similar slab forming lid, 2 edges of each wood slab retain tree bark, swirly grain of wood accented by high glossy varnish, piece of wood glued to underside of lid to hold in place on box
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Title
Stamp Box
Date
1890 – 1920
Material
wood
Dimensions
5.3 x 9.4 x 10.1 cm
Description
cottonwood box made by George Paris,; small rectangular box formed on base of rough slab wood, with similar slab forming lid, 2 edges of each wood slab retain tree bark, swirly grain of wood accented by high glossy varnish, piece of wood glued to underside of lid to hold in place on box
Subject
households
art
hobbies
Paris, George
Credit
Gift of Cyril Paris, Banff, 1968
Catalogue Number
102.04.1009
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Date
1900 – 1930
Material
wood; metal; glass
Catalogue Number
102.04.1010 a-e
Description
5 rustic cottonwood frames (made by George Paris?), 2 tall wood slabs cut obliquely top and bottom with bark left on sides, oval hole cut through to frame recess for photo, metal screw eye at top for hanging, swirly grain accented by varnish, (a) 30.7 x 8.5 x 1.5 - "Banff" pencilled on back, remnan…
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Title
Picture Frame
Date
1900 – 1930
Material
wood; metal; glass
Description
5 rustic cottonwood frames (made by George Paris?), 2 tall wood slabs cut obliquely top and bottom with bark left on sides, oval hole cut through to frame recess for photo, metal screw eye at top for hanging, swirly grain accented by varnish, (a) 30.7 x 8.5 x 1.5 - "Banff" pencilled on back, remnants of tape, (b) 32.5 x 10.5 x 1.5 - paper pasted on back "... Her loveliness I never knew/Until she smiled on me: ... Coleridge"
Subject
hobbies
art
George Paris
Credit
Gift of Cyril Paris, Banff, 1970
Catalogue Number
102.04.1010 a-e
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Embroidered Table Runner

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Date
1910 – 1940
Material
fibre
Catalogue Number
102.04.1030
Description
A long, ecru-coloured, linen table runner. It has a symmetrical design, cut work and embroidery.
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Title
Embroidered Table Runner
Date
1910 – 1940
Material
fibre
Dimensions
40.0 x 113.0 cm
Description
A long, ecru-coloured, linen table runner. It has a symmetrical design, cut work and embroidery.
Subject
households
needlework
hobbies
Mary Schaffer
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
102.04.1030
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Date
1900 – 1930
Material
wood; metal
Catalogue Number
102.04.1032
Description
Base of bookend is 22.7 long, two pieces on the ends slide out to 43.7. The ends fold down. The face of the base and backs of the ends are decorated with inlaid wood and painting. Base has a mythical creature, the ends have birds along with urns and flowers.
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Title
Bookend
Date
1900 – 1930
Material
wood; metal
Dimensions
9.5 x 6.5 x 27.5 cm
Description
Base of bookend is 22.7 long, two pieces on the ends slide out to 43.7. The ends fold down. The face of the base and backs of the ends are decorated with inlaid wood and painting. Base has a mythical creature, the ends have birds along with urns and flowers.
Subject
households
hobbies
Mary Schaffer
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
102.04.1032
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Date
1890 – 1910
Material
fibre
Catalogue Number
102.04.1047
Description
Centre piece 47.0 square, 2.5 of solid material around the outside, inside of square is of pulled thread work with French knot embroidery. Outside of square are 8.5 gathered strips hemstitched around the edges, edge is 73.0 long and 8.5 wide. All very fine hand work.
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Title
Cushion Cover
Date
1890 – 1910
Material
fibre
Dimensions
63.0 cm
Description
Centre piece 47.0 square, 2.5 of solid material around the outside, inside of square is of pulled thread work with French knot embroidery. Outside of square are 8.5 gathered strips hemstitched around the edges, edge is 73.0 long and 8.5 wide. All very fine hand work.
Subject
households
furnishings
hobbies
Annie White
Credit
Gift of Clifford J. White, Victoria, 1994
Catalogue Number
102.04.1047
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Date
1910 – 1960
Material
fibre
Catalogue Number
102.04.1060
Description
Circular hooked table mat with scene of two houses and trees. Various colours, faded on front, more intense on back.
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Title
Table Mat
Date
1910 – 1960
Material
fibre
Description
Circular hooked table mat with scene of two houses and trees. Various colours, faded on front, more intense on back.
Subject
households
needlework
hobbies
crafts
Credit
Gift of Dorothy Cranstone, Banff, 1992
Catalogue Number
102.04.1060
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Date
prior to 1930
Material
fibre; metal
Catalogue Number
103.03.1061 a,b
Description
One stocking in the making. Very fine knitting, needles are 1.0 mm thick. Ribbed at the top, which would be below the knee, it narrows at the ankle, heel is turned, and the knitting stops half way to the toes, needles intact. (b) 52.0 long and 12.0 wide at opening, this is a long stocking shaped…
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Title
Handknit Stocking
Date
prior to 1930
Material
fibre; metal
Dimensions
13.5 x 36.5 cm
Description
One stocking in the making. Very fine knitting, needles are 1.0 mm thick. Ribbed at the top, which would be below the knee, it narrows at the ankle, heel is turned, and the knitting stops half way to the toes, needles intact. (b) 52.0 long and 12.0 wide at opening, this is a long stocking shaped tube of fine cotton, however there is no indication for a heel.
Subject
households
clothing
hobbies
needlework
knitting
Mary Schaffer
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
103.03.1061 a,b
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