Purden, George

Purden, George

George is the son of H. Wyatt-Purden who farmed lands near Mt. Currie beginning in the 1930's.  H. Wyatt-Purden was involved as a trustee and as president in the formative years of the Pemberton Valley Dyking District, which was established in 1947.

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T-Auger

T-Auger

Description:

T-Auger. Used for barns and bridges. From the Harold Wyatt-Purden farm. Condition of wooden handle is poor.

Date of Object:

ca. 1940

Accession #:

010.16.12

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Tin Seamer

Tin Seamer

Description:

This machine was used to seal tins which had canned food had been placed. It could be clamped to a table. The food to be canned was placed in the cans. The lids were seamed on then the tins were put in a hot water bath and processed. Any tins that leaked were discarded.

Date of Object:

ca. 1940

Accession #:

007.25.01

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