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Gas Lamp

Gas Lamp

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Glass lamp with one glass bowl and chimney. Main part of lamp is made from pressed copper and has and embossed leaf design. Gas insert is made from brass plate. Maker's mark is visible on the top of the gas insert, "The Angle Lamp Co NY, Patented in the US and Foreign Countries". Maker's mark is only visible on 014.01.01. Originally the lamps were gas, but have been converted to electricity. History: they belonged to Mary Knight, married to Bud Knight of Toronto, who was a friend of Raine's. Mary acquired these in Eastern BC - [maybe Nelson ?] when she first came to B.C. in the 1930's. She took the lamps with her to Toronto and requested that Raine bring the lamps back to BC if she passed away. Raine brought the lamps to the museum in remembrance of her friend and to honour her wish to bring them back to the west coast of Canada.

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014.01.01abcd

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Gas Lamp

Gas Lamp

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This item is the same as 014.01.01 but it is missing the glass bowl-- c) of 014.01.02. Main part of lamp is made from pressed copper and has and embossed leaf design. Gas insert is made from brass plate. Maker's mark is no longer visible, but is visible on 014.01.01. Originally the lamp was gas but it has been converted to electricity. History: they belonged to Mary Knight, married to Bud Knight of Toronto, who was a friend of Raine's. Mary acquired these in Eastern BC [maybe Nelson?] when she came back to BC in the 1930's. She took the lamps with her to Toronto and requested that Raine bring the lamps back to BC if she passed away. Raine brought the lamps to the museum in remembrance of her friend and to honour her with to bring them back to the west coast of Canada.

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014.01.02abc

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Blacksmith's Forge

Blacksmith's Forge

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A shallow metal bowl on four legs joined by steel straps. A wheel is part of the lower assemblage; possibly it turned a blower (missing) Condition: Generally rusted. The bowl has a hole in the center.

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984.30.03

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Cows Drinking Fountain

Cows Drinking Fountain

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These cows drinking fountains are made entirely of metal. They are about 90 cm high and the bottom bowl has a diameter of 30 cm. A small pressure switch in the bottom of this bowl triggers the flow of water. The Gilmores bought the drinking fountain about 1946. Condition: good. The drinking fountain was patented in 1943.

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986.11.02

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Mineral Bowl

Mineral Bowl

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This is a cylindrical orange coloured porcelain bowl, with metal holder that was used for dispensing minerals to livestock. The bowl has one flat side and several crack marks. The bowl sits in the holder which is a thin piece of metal with a metal bar attached to the outer wall of the holder in order to place the holder on a wall, fence post etc....

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986.11.11ab

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rock hammer

rock hammer

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The rock hammer (ab) was donated by Ken Greenway from 1916 found by Ken at Owl Creek at Owl Mountain Mines. The galena (c) came from Blow Down creek [Stein Valley], the azurite rock with copper showings (d) came from Owl creek and the azurite with silver (e) came from the Hurley bowl along the Duffey.

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014.16.04abcde

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bowl

bowl

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A clear glass bowl. The bottom has flower designs and circles on the side and around the bowl. This item belonged to Frances Decker of Pemberton B.C. who got them from English relatives living in Ontario.

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017.02.02

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potato bowl and spoon

potato bowl and spoon

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a. A porcelain sour cream bowl shaped like a russet potato. On the front of the bowl it reads "Pemberton B.C." in gold writing. On the bottom of the bowl it has a maker's mark of "W". b. A white porcelain spoon that goes with the bowl. This was given to Andrea when she was in the Miss Pemberton beauty pageant in 1980.

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017.02.03ab

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bowl

bowl

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A ceramic bowl with floral designs. Its been broken and glues back together. It has a crackle design. The bowl has a metal rim. On the bottom it has a makers marks Of a crown and a rope and it reads "W&W co.". Beneath the markers mark is writing in orange that reads "B 3306". This item belonged to Frances Decker of Pemberton B.C. who got them from English relatives living in Ontario.

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017.05.06

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Bowl

Bowl

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From a batch of items donated by Sue Nelson. Items belonged to her aunt Rosie Wallace who was the daughter of Maggie Saul. Pink u-shaped bowl. Grape vine design on bottom of tray. Condition is excellent.

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011.01.11

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Clay Pipe Bowl

Clay Pipe Bowl

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This clay pipe bowl was dug up at the site of the one time 29 Mile House. It was thought to be the bowl of an opium pipe.

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983.27.09

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