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Tea Cozy

Tea Cozy

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The tea cozy is of multicolored patchwork, quilted and joined with feather stitching. Sadie and her daughter, Eleanor Collister, both used this item. In 1958, with other artifacts, it was part of a museum display at Pemberton Secondary School.

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983.07.02

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Plaque

Plaque

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This is a plaque shaped rectangular, brown and possibly made of brass. This plaque has four holes, one in each corner and was hung under a picture of 29 Mile House. Inscription- " 29 Mile House on Harrison - Lillooet route as it appeared in 1863. Oil painting". Donated by Mr. Jack Smith, Pemberton. History: The plaque identified the painting by "Trapper Jack" Smith which was destroyed in the October 1984 flood at Pemberton Secondary School.

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Accession #:

987.02.01

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Camvassed Binder

Camvassed Binder

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This is an old school binder that is covered in canvas fabric. There is graffiti and people's signatures written on the cover, back and inside. It was used by Jimmy Decker at the Vancouver Technical School, Rosemary Decker (Starks) and Carol Morphy (nee Starks) at Pemberton Secondary School.

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016.01.05

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saw and drive mechanism

saw and drive mechanism

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This is a power saw and has a cut off blade on a bar with a drive mechanism that belong together. This was used at Frank's shake block mill which was located approximately where the Pemberton Health Clinic and Pemberton Secondary School is now located. Blade is from 1958-1959 on and was acquired after the mill was closed down.

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Accession #:

015.08.01ab

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1968 PSS Yearbook

1968 PSS Yearbook

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This is the 1968 Pemberton Secondary School's annual yearbook. It belonged to Jerry Mohs. Eleanor, his sister, donated the item to the museum at his memorial in June 2016.

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016.06.03

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Taxidermied Cougar

Taxidermied Cougar

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This is a taxidermic/stuffed cougar. It's fur has been bleached from the sun after being set by a window by previous owners. There is a kink near the end of it's tail and it is laying down with it's front paws extended out and it's hind legs to the side. The taxidermied animals were picked up from the Pemberton Secondary School and we later found out that the specimens were from the Coast Outdoor Mountain School which closed in 1995. These animals were originally from the Pemberton area and were taken to Squamish after the Outdoor School closed. Kirby Young, who used to teach in Pemberton, recognized them and organized their return.

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016.02.01

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Taxidermied Otter

Taxidermied Otter

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This is a taxidermic otter that has been mounted on a piece of wood with leaves decorating it. It is perched on the wood with one paw raised and it's tail curved around it. . The taxidermied animals were picked up from the Pemberton Secondary School and we later found out that the specimens were from the Coast Outdoor Mountain School which closed in 1995. These animals were originally from the Pemberton area and were taken to Squamish after the Outdoor School closed. Kirby Young, who used to teach in Pemberton, recognized them and organized their return.

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016.02.02

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