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Drawer Pull

Drawer Pull

Description:

Drawer pull with an ornate pattern. The top is rectangular, the middle part is circular and sticks out on either side. The bottom is rectangular but narrower than top. Two attachments for screws on back and there is a screw in top one.

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Accession #:

012.01.11

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Drawer Pulls

Drawer Pulls

Description:

Two drawer pulls. Brass (?). The face is octagon with ornate pattern. Handle is attached to middle sides and shaped to fit around bottom. There is a red plastic disk on back of face, and around attachment for screw. There are silver coloured screws in the attachment.

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Accession #:

012.01.10ab

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Pitman

Pitman

Description:

This pitman for a mower has a worn wooden shaft with steel attachments at both ends; at one end identical slightly inward curving steel pieces project below the wooden shaft and are riveted to it, one on each side. Each piece has an oblong opening, one exactly opposite the other, these fit over a knob on the mower blade. At its other end the wooden shaft has a steel plate riveted to it; riveted to that is a round device of steel with a central opening to fit over a round steel shaft of the mower. Condition: much rusted. Belonged to Jake Lokken's mower: when Lokken's grandson sold the farm he left several farm artifacts with the Fougbergs.

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Accession #:

984.26.02

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Attachment - A

Attachment - A

Description:

These are attachments for working the ground in preparation for planting. they are made of metal. The items are too lightweight for use with tractor - probably push or horse related farming attachments. Four-sided square nuts date object to prior WWII (as per Stu McNolty). These implements were manufactured but are very lightweight.

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Accession #:

013.21.33a

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Attachment - A

Attachment - A

Description:

Attachments for working the ground in preparation for planting. They are made of metal. Items are too lightweight for use with tractor - probably push or horse related farming attachments. They have four-sided square nuts date object to prior WWII (as per Stu McNolty).

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Accession #:

013.21.34a

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Attachment - B

Attachment - B

Description:

These are attachments for working the ground in preparation for planting. They are made of metal. Items are too lightweight for use with tractor - probably push or horse related farming attachments. Four-sided square nuts date object to prior WWII (as per Stu McNolty). These implements were manufactured but are very lightweight.

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Accession #:

013.21.33b

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Attachment - B

Attachment - B

Description:

Attachments for working the ground in preparation for planting. They are made of metal. Items are too lightweight for use with tractor - probably push or horse related farming attachments. They have four-sided square nuts date object to prior WWII (as per Stu McNolty).

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Accession #:

013.21.34b

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Attachment - C

Attachment - C

Description:

These are attachments for working the ground in preparation for planting. They are made of metal. Items are too lightweight for use with tractor - probably push or horse related farming attachments. Four-sided square nuts date object to prior WWII (as per Stu McNolty). These implements were manufactured but are very lightweight.

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Accession #:

013.21.33c

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Attachment - Disc

Attachment - Disc

Description:

These are circular discs for attaching to a plough and preparing land for production. They are made of metal. The items are too lightweight for use with a tractor - probably push or horse related farming attachments. Four-sided square nuts date object to prior WWII (as per Stu McNolty). These implements were manufactured but are very lightweight.

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Accession #:

013.21.35ab

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Attachment - Hooks

Attachment - Hooks

Description:

These attachments (hooks) are used for preparing ground for sowing. They are made of metal. The items are too lightweight for use with a tractor - probably push or horse related farming attachments. The four-sided square nuts date object to prior WWII (as per Stu McNolty). These implements were manufactured but are very lightweight.

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Accession #:

013.21.36abcdef

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Carriage Attachment

Carriage Attachment

Description:

Decorative framework for a carriage (?). The item is too lightweight for farming. Luggage rack for carriage (?). It has handmade rivets but is mostly machine made. It was likely manufactured but hand assembled (as per Stu McNolty). Materials include metal and wood. This item may be a partial remnant of a prior accession.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

013.21.15

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Sycthe Blade

Sycthe Blade

Description:

This is a scythe blade with a handle attachment bracket but no handle. It is made of metal. This item may have originally been logged as 994.09.01 but dimensions and donor were not identified so it could not be matched.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

013.21.23

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Cross Cut Saw Handle

Cross Cut Saw Handle

Description:

This is believed to be a handle for a cross cut saw. Wooden handle with metal attachment. It reads, "S & J". Condition: a bit rusted.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

993.01.51

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Whipple Tree Hook-Up

Whipple Tree Hook-Up

Description:

Whipple tree hook-up. This is a large hook. The attachment looks like a tea cup without a bottom and has a hole in the side of it.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

992.08.02

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Chainsaw motor with auger attachment

Chainsaw motor with auger attachment

Description:

A McCulloch chainsaw with auger attachment. The makers mark states "McCulloch super 797 McCulloch Corporation - Los Angeles, California Patent No. 3 269 713" and this tool was used to drill holes in bridge timbers. It was used locally to build logging bridges.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

014.21.01

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