Banff, Alberta



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Banff photographs

Item consists of 11 black and white photographic prints 5.5x4.5 in. or smaller, 1 7x11 in. colourized print of Hotel Bretton Hall on river with Banff bridge in foreground and mountains in background, 3 5.5x3.5 in. b&w postcards, and 1 5x3 in. invitation card from March 5th, 1917 for Lieutenant Governor and Mrs. R. G. Brett to attend a reception in Bankhead Hall. Black and white print images include: Brett Hospital, townsite buildings and ruins, men's "Banff Winter Sports" curling team with trophy, man and woman with baby carriage, horse-drawn wagon crossing steel bridge, Grand View Villa, woman on horse "With all good wishes for Christmas 1909 M.H.S." Postcard images include: family portrait for Christmas greeting "A Merry Xmas to you, From Mr. + Mrs. B. Ashton, Banff, Can", mining town Recording Office, metal bridge, skating rink Banff, mountain and forest backgrounds.

Galleries in Airdrie and Banff, Alberta

Box consists of reference files of: Nose Creek Woodcrafts (Airdrie, Alberta), and galleries in Banff, Alberta: Banff Centre School of Fine Arts (2 files), Banff Centre School of Management (2 files), Banff Festival of the Arts, Canada House Gallery, Exhibition of Sunshine Art, Focus '85, International Council of Fine Arts Deans, International Symposium on the Arts, Leighton Artist Colony (Banff Centre), Luxton Museum, Peter Whyte Foundation, Silverhorn Jewellers, Summit Gallery of Fine Art, Walter Phillips Gallery (3 files), Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies (3 files), Willock and Sax Gallery.

Sulphur mountain chalet menu

Item consists of 1 6x4 in. folded menu from Sulphur Mountain Chalet "(Altitude 7,350 Feet Above Sea Level) The Highest Tea Room in the Canadian Rockies." Has a personal inscription on the cover "Aug. 12, 1949 Mom, Bob and Don climbed Sulphur Mt." Front of menu features photograph of two mountain goats. Printed by Crag & Canyon, Banff.