Ronayne, Clara

Ronayne, Clara
First Aid Dressing

First Aid Dressing

Description:

This is a first field, mark III first aid dressing from the 1940s used by Molly Ronayne in the WWII era. This is a "first field, Mark III" first aid dressing pack from the 1940s. It was made in Toronto, Ontario by the rondall company and used by molly Ronayne in WWII era. Molly Ronayne was involved with NAAFI and helped run kitchens associated with relief efforts.

Date of Object:

Accession #:

016.05.01

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Volleyball Uniform

Volleyball Uniform

Description:

This is a red volleyball (or basketball) uniform from a local team. It was possibly made by Lynn Renville from the 1960's.

Date of Object:

ca. 1960

Accession #:

016.05.03

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Wood Carving

Wood Carving

Description:

This is a wood carving by Tyrone Joseph of Mt Currie made in the late 70s. It depicts a bear eating a fish on top and a mans face on the bottom. "Bear, Fish, Figure.". A piece on the back broke off but it has been glued.

Date of Object:

ca. 1970

Accession #:

016.05.02

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Cloths Wringer

Cloths Wringer

Description:

A wood and metal clothes wringer with rubber rollers. On the top of frame it read "LOOSEN PRESSURE SCREWS WHEN NOT IN USE" on both sides. On the top of the front side it reads "N0" on one side and "11" on the other. Below that, on a faded red painted bar is written in very faded black lettering is WARRENTY. Below that on a bar, is written "BEST QUALITY STEEL SPRING". Written on the large board under the rollers is "IMPROVED GUIDE BOARD FOR SPREADING THE CLOTHES; DOWSWELL, LEES & Co. LIMITED HAMILTON, CANADA". The back is identical but instead of the board under the rollers there is a ramp that has "WRINGES LAST LONGER AND WORK BETTER IF CLOTHS ARE EVENLY SPREAD AND NOT BUNCHED OR TWISTED WHEN PASSING THROUGH THE ROLLS. ALWAYS REMOVE PRESSURE FROM ROLLS BY RELEASING TOP SCREWS WHEN NOT IN USE KEEP BEARINGS WELL LUBRICATED. OIL INJURES THE RUBBER." written on top, on the reverse side it reads "IMPROVED SURE GRIP CLAMPS WILL FIT ANNIZED IRON FIBRE OR WOODEN TUBS". There is a metal handle with wooden hand grip; rusted screws to attach wringer to tub; wooden guide board and two composition rollers; rusted metal tension screws.

Date of Object:

ca.1900-1930

Accession #:

018.03.01

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Using Our World

Using Our World

Description:

A green text book titled "Using our World" On the cover there is an illustration of a waterfall and a PowerStation. On the spine it reads "Powers. Bruner. Neuner. Bradley; Using our World NEW EDITION". The book is a geography textbook centered around resource use and management. Inside stamped is "PEMBERTON ELEMENTARY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL" and "PEMBERTON VILLAGE SCHOOL PEMBERTON, B.C".

Date of Object:

ca.1946

Accession #:

018.03.02

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Don’t Stop the Carnival

Don’t Stop the Carnival

Description:

A peach coloured novel with a yellow and red swirled dust jacket, and a deckled edge. The novel is titled "Don’t Stop the Carnival" by Herman Would. On the back of the dust jacket is a picture of the author and his family. On the inside of the cover "B. Cherry" is hand written and on the next page "BEN CHERRY" is stamped.

Date of Object:

ca.1965

Accession #:

018.03.03

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Rusty a Cocker Spaniel

Rusty a Cocker Spaniel

Description:

A novel called "Rusty a Cocker Spaniel" by Col. S. P. Meek. The title is on the cover and the spine along with a badge that reads "FAMOUS DOG STORIES" and "GD" with a Scottish thistle in-between the g and d. On the cover there is a illustration of a cocker spaniel running in a field by a fence. Inside on the blank page "Barry Gilmore 1966" is hand printed.

Date of Object:

ca.1966

Accession #:

018.03.04

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Die Laughing

Die Laughing

Description:

A novel with a black dust jacket and a turquoise buckram cover, titled "Die Laughing" a mystery by Richard Lockridge. On the cover there is an illustration of the sock mask with a dagger stuck through it. Inside on the blank page "M. Shantze June 1969" is hand written.

Date of Object:

ca.1969

Accession #:

018.03.05

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On Stage

On Stage

Description:

A book bound in buckram with a green cover with an illustration of the sock and buskin masks. The book titled "On Stage" by H. Voaden, is a collection of stage plays for school and community theater. On the inside cover "PEMBERTON ELEMENTARY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL" is stamped and "6013" is written in permanent marker.

Date of Object:

ca.1966

Accession #:

018.03.06

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Typhoon

Typhoon

Description:

A novella with a blue cover bound in buckram. The novella is a seafaring adventure titled "Typhoon" by Joseph Conrad. Inside there is a large white sticker that reads "This Textbook is provided by the Department of Education of the Province of British Columbia. School books should be properly covered and cared for, so that they may be passed on in good condition to succeeding pupils."; then hand written on a line titled name of student is "Lorrain Scoobie" under that on two lines titled class and year "9A" and "6168" are hand written.

Date of Object:

ca.1966

Accession #:

018.03.07

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