A pair of leather chaps. The chaps have three buckles on the inside. They have silver buttons and tassels on the outside. The buttons have stars and dots on them. The top has light tan leather detailing. On the left side it reads "FRASER" and on the right it reads "JOHN FRASER" in marker. They are joined by a thin leather string. These chaos belonged to John Fraser, a Vancouver South MP. His daughter Sheena Fraser gave them to the museum. The chaps were handmade by someone in Williams Lake B.C.
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98 cm L x 87 cm W