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pot

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A white pot with a floral pattern. It has a yellow trim and pansy flowers with green leafs. The flowers are yellow with purple and blue with purple. The lid has a round handle with a chip. This item belonged to Frances Decker of Pemberton B.C. whom got them from English relatives living in Ontario.

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017.03.04ab

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Pottery Vase & Spoon Trivet

Pottery Vase & Spoon Trivet

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a)This is a small pottery vase with decorative grape leaves and vines designed on it b) this is a pottery spoon trivet in the style of first nations art, frog motif. Both these items have been made with red clay and are fired but not glazed. They were made by Rosemary Myrtle Starks (nee Decker) in the early 1970's.

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016.01.02ab

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Moorcraft Ginger Jar

Moorcraft Ginger Jar

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This is a small blue ginger jar. It is painted blue and has pink and purple flowers on it as well as a lid on top. The maker's mark says "Moorcraft" and it is worth about $250 dollars. It contained potpourri made by Frances Decker in the 1960's out of dried flowers from her garden.

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016.01.03

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small embroidered tablecloth

small embroidered tablecloth

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This item is a rectangular cream and white coloured tablecloth, made of a textile, possibly silk backed with cotton. There is a crochet/lace pattern type border which surrounds the cloth. There are four basket designs one in each corner of the cloth. There are a large number of rust spots on the cloth. The item is discoloured from age. This item was inside the Schantz house when it was donated to the museum by the Oberson's.

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987.24.02

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Hoe

Hoe

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Hoe that was used for digging potatoes. Long wooden with metal piece at end.

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012.05.62

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Potato Fork

Potato Fork

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Potato fork. Long wooden handle with four pronged fork. Prongs of fork are bent perpendicular to handle.

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012.05.64

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Pelton Wheel

Pelton Wheel

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Pelton wheel manufactured in the 1920's and possibly used around Birken B.C. at the school. Louis Potvin used the pelton wheel to power his home, office and shop since 1962. The unit produced 12,000 watts when connected to a generator.

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010.23.01

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Potato Hook

Potato Hook

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Heavy potato hook; worn wooden handle; four tines, each 25.5 cm long of steel. Condition: Sound. History: used in early potato harvests on the Purden farm, first operated in the 1930's by H. Wyatt-Purden.

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984.29.01

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Fork

Fork

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This silver fork is worn on the back and has a spots of discolouration on the front. On it are the words "Simeon L. & Geo. H Rogers Co. Al + ONE IDA Ltd." About 1970, G. Walker & V. Reid using a metal detector, found it at Port Pemberton and dug it up. Previously we believed it may date from the Gold Rush to the Fraser and beyond, however after further research we discovered the Simeon L. and Geo. H Rogers Co. came into being circa 1900. Further research concluded the pattern of the fork is "Pendant 1941". The material is either silver plate or sterling silver.

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983.27.02

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pin

pin

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A pin Canada Day 1984. The pin has yellow with red and blue writing. On the front it displays a potato holding a hard hat and a chainsaw. The potato is also boating down a river with mountains in the background. On the pin it reads "10th Anniversary 1984 Pemberton, Mt.Currie CANADA WEEK Birken, D'Arcy".

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017.07.01

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box of potato tags

box of potato tags

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A box of potato tags. The box itself is brown and moldy. The tags inside come in four per row. There are 267 rows and 1068 potato tags. The lid looks like it was attched but then torn off. The tags themselves read "Pemberton Potatoes Grade: Canada No 1 GROWN BY: TEXAS FARMS Net Weight When Packed 100 lbs. SHIPPED BY TEXAS FARMS PEMBERTON, B.C.

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017.08.01

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