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Water Softener

Water Softener

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This is a water softener by Fairbanks Morris. It is a long green cylinder, with a water pipe extending from its front. This water softener was used at the Lundgren farm from the 1940's to the 1950's. The makers mark is visible. There is a large round sticker on the side.

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014.08.01

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Water Main

Water Main

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1 water main (wooden stave) pipe found in ground by Drugstore/Centennial Café due to construction.

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010.03.02

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Print

Print

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A drawing print of a trapper in a forest. The picture has a man smoking a pipe in the forest. There are two tail ends of horses and a bunny in the picture. It reads "Sourdough "trapper" on the gold rush trail ~ circa 1858 Pencil/Ink PDMAS 2010". Its in a black frame and labeled on the back. the drawing was made for the "Pemberton Survival Guide and Cookbook"

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Accession #:

016.10.01

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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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Accession #:

984.05.01

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Pipe Wrench

Pipe Wrench

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This is pipe wrench or monkey wrench.

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013.21.64

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Grey Spigot

Grey Spigot

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A grey metal spigot. At the top of the faucet part there is a T-shaped handle that spins off the cap that opens and closes the faucet. On the handle there is 5 and an unidentifiable shape engraved. The pipe part is threaded and conical in shape.

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018.09.03

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Blower for Forge

Blower for Forge

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a) This is a blower for a forge on a stand. With the exception of the handle it is completely metal. If one were to turn the handle a fan would blow air through a pipe to a forge. It is very rusted. Inscription- "Champion Blower and Forge Co., Lancaster, PA.,U.S A., Patented April 16, 1902, June 11, July 30, 1901. See Hudson's Bay 1910-1911 catalogue p206. b) The second blower apparatus reads "Champion Blower & Forge Co., Lancaster, PA., USA" - casing also reads "400". Both blowers are the same dimension.

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985.04.05ab

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Water Main

Water Main

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Wooden water pipe, has wire and original tar seal. Dug up next to Centennial Café excavation taking place in 2009. Steve's grandson was working on the crew that dug it up.

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010.05.01

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Prize Display Cards and Prize Books

Prize Display Cards and Prize Books

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This is a collection of ephemera associated with the Pemberton and District Fall Fair. These items are associated with Mr. and Mrs. E.O. Ronayne's efforts. Item a) consists of a bundle of prize display cards that would have been shown alongside the winning agricultural product. Prizes are for a variety of flowers and vegetable products. Some of the cards are signed by secretary Beth Pipe. Blue cards are 1st prize, red cards are 2nd prize and white cards are 3rd prize. Item b) consists of two "Prize List" booklets from the Fall Fairs held in 1960-1961. This is from a collection of agricultural awards, ribbons and trophies received from Rosemary Walden that belonged to her uncle Edmond Oswald Ronayne, her father's first cousin.

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018.06.17ab

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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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