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Agra- Amar Singh Gate at Agra Fort

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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Date Range
[ca. 1908 - 192-]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 1417
Description Level
6 / Item
  1 image  
Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Series
II. Photography series
Sub-Series
A. Lantern slides 10. World travels
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 1417
Date Range
[ca. 1908 - 192-]
Physical Description
1 transparency : lantern slide
Subject Access
Buildings and memorials
Military
Geographic Access
[India]
Images
thumbnail
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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Date Range
[ca. 1908 - 192-]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 1384
Description Level
6 / Item
  1 image  
Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Series
II. Photography series
Sub-Series
A. Lantern slides 10. World travels
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 1384
Date Range
[ca. 1908 - 192-]
Physical Description
1 transparency : lantern slide
Subject Access
Buildings and memorials
Military
Geographic Access
[India]
Images
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Artist
William Abbott Cheever (1908 – 1986, American)
Date
n.d.
Medium
oil on board
Catalogue Number
ChA.02.03
Description
Rainy airfield with two biplanes, one with open cockpit, one with closed.
  1 image  
Artist
William Abbott Cheever (1908 – 1986, American)
Title
Airfield
Date
n.d.
Medium
oil on board
Dimensions
25.3 x 35.3 cm
Description
Rainy airfield with two biplanes, one with open cockpit, one with closed.
Subject
military
airplane
person
pilot
W.A. Cheever
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
ChA.02.03
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Date
1914 – 1918
Material
fibre; metal, brass
Catalogue Number
104.10.0025
Description
A piece of an ammunition belt made of two pieces of tan canvas riveted together through vertical brass bars to form four pockets for holding bullets. The centre bar extends beyond the belt and has a round button at the tip. The side edges of the fabric are unfinished where they were cut away from…
Title
Ammunition Belt
Date
1914 – 1918
Material
fibre; metal, brass
Dimensions
6.0 x 12.0 cm
Description
A piece of an ammunition belt made of two pieces of tan canvas riveted together through vertical brass bars to form four pockets for holding bullets. The centre bar extends beyond the belt and has a round button at the tip. The side edges of the fabric are unfinished where they were cut away from a larger piece.
Subject
military
uniform
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.10.0025
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Date
1944
Medium
oil on canvas
Catalogue Number
WyP.01.265
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Title
Ansons near Calgary
Date
1944
Medium
oil on canvas
Dimensions
27.6 x 35.0 cm
Subject
military
transportation
airplane
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
WyP.01.265
Notes
Artistry Revealed: Peter Whyte, Catharine Robb Whyte and Their Contemporaries; June 17, 2018 to October 21, 2018
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Date
1945
Material
fabric; plastic
Catalogue Number
103.09.1236
Description
A khaki-coloured heavy cotton twill weave armband with two buttons attached by a piece of twine, 2.3cm from the fabric, to allow for arm width, four buttonholes on the other side, stamped in black on the front, “No. 115 Coy.”, underneath, “P.C.M.R.” and underneath that “GOLDEN RANGERS”.
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Title
Armband
Date
1945
Material
fabric; plastic
Dimensions
9.0 x 16.0 x 35.5 cm
Description
A khaki-coloured heavy cotton twill weave armband with two buttons attached by a piece of twine, 2.3cm from the fabric, to allow for arm width, four buttonholes on the other side, stamped in black on the front, “No. 115 Coy.”, underneath, “P.C.M.R.” and underneath that “GOLDEN RANGERS”.
Subject
military
insignia
uniforms
Golden Rangers
Ken Jones
Credit
Gift of Bridget Jones, 2009
Catalogue Number
103.09.1236
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Date
1914 – 1918
Material
hair, sheep; metal; fibre
Catalogue Number
103.09.0060 a,b
Description
Two military armbands:a) A deep blue cloth armband with two straps and buckles. The armband has “VI CANADA” stitched in black and centred between the buckles. b) A deep blue armband with two buttons and four buttonholes. This armband has “VI CANADIAN”, visible against the fading of the rest of th…
Title
Armband
Date
1914 – 1918
Material
hair, sheep; metal; fibre
Dimensions
8.4 (a); 8.5 (b) x 45.5 (a); 40.4 (b) cm
Description
Two military armbands:a) A deep blue cloth armband with two straps and buckles. The armband has “VI CANADA” stitched in black and centred between the buckles. b) A deep blue armband with two buttons and four buttonholes. This armband has “VI CANADIAN”, visible against the fading of the rest of the band, where stitching has been removed.
Subject
military
insignia
Philip Moore
uniforms
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.09.0060 a,b
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Artillery camp of forces against the Savages in Takasa, Formosa

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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Scope & Content
E. B. Thompson, Washington, D. C.
Date Range
[ca. 1908 - 192-]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 1200
Description Level
6 / Item
  1 image  
Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Series
II. Photography series
Sub-Series
A. Lantern slides 10. World travels
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 1200
Date Range
[ca. 1908 - 192-]
Physical Description
1 transparency : lantern slide
Scope & Content
E. B. Thompson, Washington, D. C.
Subject Access
Buildings and memorials
Environment and Nature
Military
Geographic Access
Taiwan
Images
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Date
1914 – 1918
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
104.08.0001
Description
A misshapen piece of a heavy brass artillery shell. There is a threaded collar at one end that has been split apart, and the rest of the piece is distorted. The shell has a tooled brass central core with screws visible in places.
  1 image  
Title
Artillery Shell
Date
1914 – 1918
Material
metal
Dimensions
7.0 x 5.3 x 5.5 cm
Description
A misshapen piece of a heavy brass artillery shell. There is a threaded collar at one end that has been split apart, and the rest of the piece is distorted. The shell has a tooled brass central core with screws visible in places.
Subject
military
World War I
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.08.0001
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Date
1915 – 1915
Material
metal, brass
Catalogue Number
104.08.0002
Description
A heavily machined brass cylinder with a flat base (the bottom of an artillery shell). The bottom inside of the cylinder has been built up at the centre. The cylinder base has a disk at the centre which would appear to unscrew. Inscribed on the side of the shell is “8th Langs How Battery R.F.A. …
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Title
Artillery Shell Case
Date
1915 – 1915
Material
metal, brass
Dimensions
7.5 cm
Description
A heavily machined brass cylinder with a flat base (the bottom of an artillery shell). The bottom inside of the cylinder has been built up at the centre. The cylinder base has a disk at the centre which would appear to unscrew. Inscribed on the side of the shell is “8th Langs How Battery R.F.A. Major S.P. MORTER T.D. Cindy (or Ctndg?)”. There are also marks on the bottom of the cylinder “CF”, “1915”, “CPR”, and “13 0” along with various other numbers and letters. The disk on the bottom of the cylinder has “KN” inside of a trademark, along with “0/15” and “No 1”. II
Subject
military
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.08.0002
Images
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