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Hat

Hat

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This is a train workman's hat, donated to the museum by Chief Leonard Andrew after his Tea and Tales presentation. It is navy blue and white striped, and has a red, embroidered maple leaf on the brim.

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Accession #:

014.13.01

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"By Snowshoe, Buckboard and, Steamer. Woman of the frontier."

"By Snowshoe, Buckboard and, Steamer. Woman of the frontier."

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"By Snowshoe, Buckboard and, Steamer. Woman of the Frontier" by Katheryn Bridge. More recent copyright from 1998. Originally published in 1955.

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Accession #:

015.01.17

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Service bell

Service bell

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This is a service bell that belonged to Florence Bilenduke. She received this as a graduation gift from teachers college (normal school) in 1954 or 1955.

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Accession #:

015.01.07

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Poster

Poster

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Poster. Image of a line of people walking up a hill carrying large bags in the snow. Image is black and whiteand has a beige border. In border at top of poster is "Discovery of Klondike Gold 1958". On back in blue pen is "Discovery of the Klondike 1800's".

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Accession #:

012.01.14

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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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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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Tea Scoop

Tea Scoop

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This is a tea scoop for measuring loose tea into a pot. It is made of copper with a figure embossed on the handle.

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Accession #:

010.19.02

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Tea Tin

Tea Tin

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This is a "Malkins Best Tea" tin. Condition is sound but rusted.

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Accession #:

010.19.01

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Trunk

Trunk

Description:

This trunk is constructed from wood, metal, fabric, leather, and paper. This is a typical steamer trunk of the early 1900's. History is unknown.

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Accession #:

013.21.49

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Camisole (2)

Camisole (2)

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This camisole is made of white embroidered cotton or linen with ribbon beading along the top. There is a narrow elastic to gather the waist although this has lost its stretch. It was owned by Mrs. Geoffrey Downton. The item is in fair condition. There is a tear in the centre of the cutout detail at the top of the article. There is a stain on the bottom right corner along the hem which looks like rust. Both straps are missing. You can see where they would have been attached by looking at the top hem of the garment on the inside.

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Accession #:

986.02.08

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Whipple Tree Hook-Up

Whipple Tree Hook-Up

Description:

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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Accession #:

992.08.02

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decanter

decanter

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A glass decanter. The lid is shaped like a tear drop. The decanter has blue stripes protruding out and the bottle is fluted. This item belonged to Frances Decker of Pemberton B.C. who got them from English relatives living in Ontario.

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Accession #:

017.03.05ab

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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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Accession #:

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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Accession #:

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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Accession #:

017.05.10

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