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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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Baby Jacket

Baby Jacket

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Hand crocheted baby jacket - white and green with 3 buttons.

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Accession #:

983.42.01

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Boot Jack

Boot Jack

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This shoe jack was used for removing tight fitting boots. It is an unpainted wooden stand with non-slip rubbery material. Leather guard in the "U" part of the jack and a leather thong for hanging. Condition is good.

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Accession #:

991.01.01

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Railway Jack

Railway Jack

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Fougberg had had this jack for a number of years, having collected it for a museum, when the B.C.R. was the P.G.E.

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Accession #:

983.28.05

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Jack

Jack

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This is a lightweight ratchet jack.

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013.21.31

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Jack

Jack

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This is ratchet jack. Inscribed on the outside handle is "St. Joe micit (sic) and Windsor Can." It is also embossed with "SJ 50" on the stand tube, and embossed - "SJ 51" on other side. This jack was likely included in a Model A Ford kit that came with the car.

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013.21.32

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railway jack

railway jack

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"No 1" is embossed on one side of the jack. The other reads "A.O. Norton Ltd., Coticook Canada." It has remenants of red paint.

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014.16.02

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white stitched blanket

white stitched blanket

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Blanket made out of old edible bran sacks and stuffed with hand carded wool. Dolly Hall (Mt. Currie store), was the original owner of the blanket and gave it to Evelyn Abraham who then gave it to her daughter Ida James Jackson.

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014.24.01

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Jack

Jack

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Ratchet Jack. Small ratchet jack with a flip top to change the height of the jack by a few inches.

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Accession #:

010.07.10

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Steel Hook

Steel Hook

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Curved hook made of iron. Attached (free) two piece eye iron. It is rusted but still in good condition. Inscription on each part of the eye reads "8" Jack McGrade found it on his lot in Pemberton Village. A farmer or logger may have used it.

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Accession #:

987.06.01

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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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Accession #:

015.15.02abcde

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Motorola walkie-talkie

Motorola walkie-talkie

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Motorola "Handie - Talkie" FM radio phone that was used by Valleau logging in the 1980s- 1990s. Orange label affixed reads "166.14/2100' also "do not adjust controls". Item is a rectangular in shape with an on/off icon + two turning knobs marked "A"+"S". The bottom compartment snaps off and would have held the battery. Two wires extend from the bottom. There are two radio jacks and one antenna and wires. This type of unit greatly improved communication between the yarder operator and the men on the ground, improving safety and productivity at work. See accession # 014.26.01 for history.

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014.26.16abcd

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Gulf Award

Gulf Award

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This is a Gulf Award for R.S. Webb in Appreciation for five years of service. This object belonged to Richard and Jackie Webb who lived on Clover Road. They owned and operated the British American Gulf Station from 1957 to 1980's.

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Accession #:

010.06.12ab

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Shoemaker Last - Child

Shoemaker Last - Child

Description:

This is a shoemaker last that was used for repairing a child's shoe. The last belonged to Richard and Jackie Webb who lived on Clover Road. They owned and operated the British American Gulf Station from 1957 to 1980's.

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Accession #:

010.06.03a

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Shoemaker Last

Shoemaker Last

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This is a shoemaker last that was used for repairing shoes. The last belonged to Richard and Jackie Webb who lived on Clover Road. They owned and operated the British American Gulf Station from 1957 to 1980's.

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010.06.03b

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