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Date
1920 – 1960
Material
fibre; metal
Catalogue Number
105.06.1034
Description
Fabric covered and lined folding writing case. Back is black, front is padded with a decorative, predominantly blue, embroidered pattern. Centred on the front is a blue bird with wings extended and head up. The inside of the case is covered with a patterned orange fabric. The right side has cor…
Title
Writing Case
Date
1920 – 1960
Material
fibre; metal
Description
Fabric covered and lined folding writing case. Back is black, front is padded with a decorative, predominantly blue, embroidered pattern. Centred on the front is a blue bird with wings extended and head up. The inside of the case is covered with a patterned orange fabric. The right side has corner slots, and the left side has an elasticized band and a fold out pocket. The case is fastened with a snap.
Subject
households
Marguerite Orr Rutherford
crafts
needlework
Credit
Gift of Betty Duncan, Calgary, 1995
Catalogue Number
105.06.1034
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Date
prior to 1970
Material
skin; sinew; fibre
Catalogue Number
104.24.3010
Description
Plastic bag containing pieces of hide and sinew used for mending.
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Title
Needlework Kit
Date
prior to 1970
Material
skin; sinew; fibre
Description
Plastic bag containing pieces of hide and sinew used for mending.
Subject
Indigenous
crafts
sewing
needlework
households
clothing
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.24.3010
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Date
1873 – 1873
Material
linen; wood; glass;
Catalogue Number
107.02.1041
Description
Needlepoint sampler by Lucy Ann Andrew, aged 11 years, 1873. Mounted in a shadowbox with wooden frame and plexiglass front. The sampler is done in cross-stitch, multi-coloured (brown, dark grey, light grey and blue) on a loosely woven ecru linen. It depicts an alphabetical display of double upper a…
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Title
Needlepoint Sampler
Date
1873 – 1873
Material
linen; wood; glass;
Dimensions
32.5 x 24.2 cm
Description
Needlepoint sampler by Lucy Ann Andrew, aged 11 years, 1873. Mounted in a shadowbox with wooden frame and plexiglass front. The sampler is done in cross-stitch, multi-coloured (brown, dark grey, light grey and blue) on a loosely woven ecru linen. It depicts an alphabetical display of double upper and single lowercase needlepoint work including “Lucy Ann Andrew, her sampler, aged 11 years, August 6, 1873”, located in bottom one-third portion of sampler. There is a stitched hem around three-quarters of what would have been unfinished weft and warp.
Subject
households
decorative
children
crafts
needlework
Credit
Gift of Silvia and Eric Soole, Victoria, 2009
Catalogue Number
107.02.1041
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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
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
1920 – 1960
Material
skin; hair; fibre
Catalogue Number
103.03.1092 a,b
Description
Pair of child’s mukluks with fur trim. Embroidered flowers around top and on vamp in purple, blue & green on white fabric background. Blue and black pompoms, one set missing.Small tag reads: “#68 1 - E.A.C. / 8.00”
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Title
Beaded Mukluks
Date
1920 – 1960
Material
skin; hair; fibre
Description
Pair of child’s mukluks with fur trim. Embroidered flowers around top and on vamp in purple, blue & green on white fabric background. Blue and black pompoms, one set missing.Small tag reads: “#68 1 - E.A.C. / 8.00”
Subject
clothing
Indigenous
needlework
regalia
Deer Lodge
souvenirs
Credit
Gift of Robert Crosby, Banff, 1985
Catalogue Number
103.03.1092 a,b
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Date
1935 – 1965
Material
skin; fibre; metal
Catalogue Number
104.45.1035
Description
Small leather booklet style needle case. Front has “Needles. Marble Canyon, B.C.” handwritten in ink, along with handpainted image of Indigenous head with headdress. Metal pins hold three squares of coloured felt inside to tuck needles into.
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Title
Needle Case
Date
1935 – 1965
Material
skin; fibre; metal
Dimensions
7.0 x 9.0 cm
Description
Small leather booklet style needle case. Front has “Needles. Marble Canyon, B.C.” handwritten in ink, along with handpainted image of Indigenous head with headdress. Metal pins hold three squares of coloured felt inside to tuck needles into.
Subject
needlework
sewing
souvenirs
Marble Canyon, B.C.
Credit
Gift of Robert Crosby, Banff, 1997
Catalogue Number
104.45.1035
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Date
1910 – 1960
Material
fibre, wool
Catalogue Number
103.03.1109 a-h
Description
4 pair handknit Swiss style knicker stockings: a,b) ribbed dark greenish brown; c,d) olive green foot, grey calf, two tone red cabled band with grey edge, darned at toes and heels; e,f) light grey with one blue toe, darned at heels, stained on bottom of foot, decorative band at top, pink and black …
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Title
Socks
Date
1910 – 1960
Material
fibre, wool
Description
4 pair handknit Swiss style knicker stockings: a,b) ribbed dark greenish brown; c,d) olive green foot, grey calf, two tone red cabled band with grey edge, darned at toes and heels; e,f) light grey with one blue toe, darned at heels, stained on bottom of foot, decorative band at top, pink and black diamond pattern; g,h) dark brown with cream and pale pink cabled band at top, darned at toes and heels.
Subject
sports
climbing
packers and guides
Swiss guides
Ernest Feuz
Canadian Pacific Railway
Elise Feuz
needlework
knitting
Credit
Gift of Fred Feuz, Salmon Arm, 1999
Catalogue Number
103.03.1109 a-h
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Date
1910 – 1960
Material
fibre, wool
Catalogue Number
103.03.1110 a-d
Description
2 pair of decorative bands for the tops of socks or stockings: a,b) red, green and white with red and white diamond pattern; c,d) brown, pink and white, with diagonal line pattern in red, white and pale green.
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Title
Sock Bands
Date
1910 – 1960
Material
fibre, wool
Description
2 pair of decorative bands for the tops of socks or stockings: a,b) red, green and white with red and white diamond pattern; c,d) brown, pink and white, with diagonal line pattern in red, white and pale green.
Subject
sports
climbing
packers and guides
Swiss guides
Ernest Feuz
Canadian Pacific Railway
Elise Feuz
needlework
knitting
Credit
Gift of Fred Feuz, Salmon Arm, 1999
Catalogue Number
103.03.1110 a-d
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Date
1940
Material
fibre
Catalogue Number
103.04.1025
Description
White felt hat with many names embroidered in red. Names include: G. Brewster, J. McFadden, R. S. Cushing, etc. Inside “R.E. Brett.”
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Title
Hat
Date
1940
Material
fibre
Description
White felt hat with many names embroidered in red. Names include: G. Brewster, J. McFadden, R. S. Cushing, etc. Inside “R.E. Brett.”
Subject
R.E. Brett
G. Brewster
crafts
needlework
Credit
Gift of Dick Keller, Banff, 1988
Catalogue Number
103.04.1025
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