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The Moore Residence

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The Moore Residence

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The Moore family built their residence in the Rocky Mountain style. Philip A. Moore, a Princeton University graduate, meet Pearl (Brewster) Moore when he became partners with her brothers in Brewster Transport, Banff's premier local transportation company. Built in 1907, their home was unlike other log houses in Banff, it came comprete with wiring, central heating and indoor plumbing. The Moore's living room housed their large collection of Stoney Indian artefacts and inherited antiques from the eastern United States. In 1971, the building was moved from its original location at the corner of Banff Avenue and Fox Street to the Whyte Museum grounds.
 


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