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post office alarm till

post office alarm till

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Description-Rectangular, brown and wooden. It has three trays inside which would have held money. Two of the trays are fixed while one can be removed from the till. There is a small alarm bell inside the till which is non functional. There is also a top to the till which is cracked and unfinished with an inscription which reads "Trade Mark Tucker Alarm Till Tucker & Dorsey MFG Co Indianapolis U.S.A. 503" History-In 1968 the first post office building was opened. Previously the Post Office had occupied a small space in the store adjoining the new .premises. Ben Cherry retired in 1968 as postmaster. We can assume he removed the till then probably discarded, from the office where he had served: The Burts found it in the garage of the house Cherry had owned.

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987.29.01

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Juicer

Juicer

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This item belonged to Mrs. Ben Sally (Sara) Cherry who was previously married to Mr. Purden. Lemon/Orange Juicer, hand held. Operated by placing fruit in the cup inset and closing the tool, pressing the juice out and reserving the pulp in the cup. Wear marks on the edges of the tool. Condition is good.

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011.13.02

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Fragment of Cup

Fragment of Cup

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The cup was whole when found, but has been broken since. It was made of fairly heavy white china with no decoration. Condition: February 14, 1984 - Fougberg mended the cup. In 1947, T. Fougberg found the cup in the earth of an old root house on land he has since sold to Harold Pipe, land adjoining the present A. Staehli farm. About 1915, a relative of George Groat, (? ) Studebaker lived on the land and his child may have been the owner of the cup.

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984.05.01

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Fragment of Cup

Fragment of Cup

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The heavy white fragment has no decoration. The interior is crazed and stained. In September 1972, the Fougbergs found it in the river bank near the site of the one-time Hotsprings House near Skookumchuck.

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984.05.05

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Whipple Tree Hook-Up

Whipple Tree Hook-Up

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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.

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992.08.02

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teacup

teacup

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A ceramic teacup without a handle. The rim has silver around it. There is a red flower on two sides. It has cross hatching designs around it. On the bottom it reads "Midwinter England". This item belonged to Frances Decker of Pemberton B.C. who got them from English relatives living in Ontario.

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017.05.04

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teacup and saucer

teacup and saucer

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A ceramic teacup and saucer set. A. The teacup has a picture of a water well. Under the picture it reads " "OLD WATER WHEEL" Quesnel, B.C.,". It's outlined in gold. On the bottom of the teacup it reads "GLADSTONE BONE CHINA MADE IN ENGLAND ESTD OVER 80 YEARS". b. The saucer has a water color picture of a water wheel on it. Under the picture it reads " "OLD WATER WHEEL" Quesnel, B.C.,". On the bottom of the teacup it reads "GLADSTONE BONE CHINA MADE IN ENGLAND ESTD OVER 80 YEARS". These Items belonged to Frances Decker of Pemberton B.C.

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017.05.08ab

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teacup saucer

teacup saucer

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A ceramic teacup saucer. It has green around the edge and floral patterns throughout the plate. Around the edges are engraves of oranges, grapes and leafs. On the bottom it reads " "GWYNNETH" 47 CH Crown Duncal Horentine England". This belonged to Frances Decker of Pemberton B.C. who got them from English relatives living in Ontario.

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017.05.10

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Trophy Cup

Trophy Cup

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Years ago Menzel ploughed up this item on land then owned by his father (now by Michael Edwards). The inscription says "V.G & C.C. Battle Cup 1920…" Nothing is known of the cup's early history. Condition is poor, object battered.

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983.20.01

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Gramophone and Four Records

Gramophone and Four Records

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a) This is a large wooden grammophone that originally belonged to George Walker. It has a lifting lid and two cupboard compartments in the front, one for a speaker and one for holding records, and one on the right side for the winding handle. The record player is beneath the top lid and still spins though it quickly slows down. b) this is a small red record with the maker's mark Columbia Records, "Playtime - Noah's Ark - Part 1" c) this is a black record with the maker's mark RCA Victor, "Jolly Lumberjack Polka" d) this is a black record with the maker's mark RCA Victor, His Master's Voice Victor, "Creole Love Call", Duke Wellington and his Orchestra e) this is a black record with the maker's mark Quality Records, "Lily of Lagua", Eddie "Piano" Miller

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015.15.02abcde

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Milking Machine

Milking Machine

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One pulsator control machine for milking a cow with the pulsator. The makers mark reads "Babson Bros. Co Oakbrook Illinois Babson Bros. Co (Canada) LTD. Port Credit. ONT". It has 4 teat cups, two milk buckets and a creamer. Betty got this machine to start her dairying hobby, However she didn't use it often and donated it to the museum.

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p.014.20.01abcde

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