Connect With the Whyte!
By Kayla Cazes, Digital Content Coordinator
Dive deep and immerse yourself in the stories, images and objects found at the Whyte Museum. We strive to bring forward the intrigue found within our collections. Through our digital platforms we share the unique stories of our mountain home—and what makes Banff and the Canadian Rockies special.
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Explore the origins, deadliness and evolution of arts most common colours. This post is a part of an ongoing series which delves into the origins of the pigments, mediums and tools that allowed for Peter Whyte and Catharine Robb Whyte to eventually become artists.
Box, 1880-1939, Metal; Wood, 104.39.1003
Delve into the unique history of Lake Minnewanka’s hotel. Examine its origins, raving successes and ultimate demise.
[Beach House, Lake Minnewanka], ca. 1890, A. B. Thom (Winnipeg, MB), Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Brett Family fonds (V83/PA/7/231).
Discover the unique history of a camera that used to belong to Mary Schäffer Warren, who is well-known for her adventures in the Canadian Rockies.
Camera, 1810-1910, Wood; Skin; Metal; Glass, 104.41.0007
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