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Dish Towel

Dish Towel

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White cotton dish towel. Gold embroidered logo in bottom left corner. Logo is "Windsor Castle" in center with embellishment and more text in French around outside. Manufacturer's tag on back at top right "100% cotton, washing symbols, Iron when damp, do not bleach, do not dryclean, made in EU".

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Accession #:

012.01.24

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Napkins

Napkins

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Six napkins, pink flower cross-stitched in bottom right corner, hem stitch around edge. Flowers are mostly pink with some yellow orange and blue.

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012.01.27abcdef

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Napkins

Napkins

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Four light blue napkins with flower pattern weave starting in bottom right corner and extending to top left corner.

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012.01.34bcde

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Napkins

Napkins

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4 pink napkins. Cotton-polyester? Design in silver weave. Tag on back "made in Japan"

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012.01.32abcd

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Napkins

Napkins

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Six light green napkins. Cotton polyester? Flower pattern weave in slightly different shade of green.

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012.01.31abcdef

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Napkins

Napkins

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Six off-white napkins. Cotton? Napkins have leaf embroidered in one corner in grey, crocheted border 1 cm W. These napkins are accompanied by a tablecloth (012.01.26g) which has not been located. When it is it will be posted under a separate listing.

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012.01.26abcdef

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Napkins/Placemat

Napkins/Placemat

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Four tan napkins with one matching placemat. Weave is quite coarse. Fringe on each side. Two sides (opposite) have white fringe, other two sides have tan fringe. Material has both tan and white threads. Red flower with yellow and blue on one end. Handmade.

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Accession #:

012.01.36acbde

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Tablecloth

Tablecloth

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Light blue tablecloth with flower pattern weave.

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Accession #:

012.01.34a

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Tablecloth

Tablecloth

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Off-white linen tablecloth with woven flower pattern in white.

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012.01.20

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Tablecloth

Tablecloth

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Tablecloth has cross-stitched flower pattern and hem stitching around edge as well as around flowers. Flowers are mostly pink with some yellow orange and blue.

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012.01.27g

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Print

Print

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A drawing done by Sharon Cipp for the "Pemberton Survival Guide and Cookbook". The picture depicts two women in a kitchen, the one on the left is carrying a pot and the one on the right is kneading dough. The kitchen has shelves with pots, pans, and dishes on it. It reads 'Meanwhile ..."Back at The Homestead" circa 1858".

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Accession #:

016.10.03

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Cookie Cutter

Cookie Cutter

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Small, light-weight, probably aluminum, cookie cutter with rounded wooden handled which is bulbous at the top. It is dented on one edge of the cutter. It was used in Eleanor Collister's kitchen at Mt. Currie.

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Accession #:

984.01.07

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Pear Corers

Pear Corers

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Small tools with wooden handles and metal heads. Handles are round and metal heads. Handles are round of natural wood. Irregularly shaped heads, of thin metal bands, are formed to scoop cores from halved pears. Metal collars encircle narrowed section joining heads and handles. 984 .1.8 has a strip of black tape nearly surrounding the handle. On this tool the collar is loose. 984.1.9 is sound. Mrs. Collister is said to have used these in a cannery, probably in Richmond, where she earned fees to attend V.G.H. School of Nursing. In 1953 she came to Pemberton and probably brought the tools with her.

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Accession #:

984.01.08b

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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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Accession #:

983.07.02

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Pot

Pot

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The pot is gallon sized, off white enamel, trimmed red, with wire handle and a wooden grip. The bottom has cracks all around and is rusted. It was used on a farm now belonging to Howard Ayers The first owner was Harvey Nelson in the late 19th century. Following him and his family, in the 20th century, were James Barton and members of a Cleveland family who came from the Cariboo. The latter farmed the land after World War II. Who owned the pot? No trace shows of the effects of a fire which destroyed the farm house.

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Accession #:

983.46.01

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