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Canvas Pioneer back pack

Canvas Pioneer back pack

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Pioneer back pack made in the 1920's by the Pioneer brand. Sole manufacturer Jones Tent & Awning Ltd. Made out of canvas and rope. It is called "Trapper Nelson Indian Back board No.2".

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014.23.01

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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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012.01.14

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Native bag

Native bag

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A native cedar woven bag by Uclulet people [Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Nation] with "Uclulet" on the front with braided handles. It once belonged to Margaret Furey (nee Ronayne) - she received it from an unknown source. UBC looked the basket was valuable. It comes with care and conservation documents from the UBC Museum of Anthropology.

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014.25.03

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beaded leather bag

beaded leather bag

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Mrs. Erickson bought this bag at one of Earl Hall's auctions in Mount Currie [Lil'wat Nation]. In sound condition with signs of wear on the attached fold-over section at the top; leather thongs are threaded through opening on one side of this section Below the section of geometric patterned beadwork on front and back are leather fringes with a saw-toothed effect at top. Lining is torn.

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983.31.05

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Leather Bag

Leather Bag

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This is small leather bag with a button closure and two slits on the back to run a belt through. This may be the b) item stated in accession 988.10.01 (case for small camera).

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013.21.61

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potato sorter

potato sorter

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Potato Sorter. This piece of equipment is rectangular shaped with a metal conveyor belt and metal paddles to direct the flow of potatoes as they moved along the conveyor into appropriate bags. It has three lights overhead and was electric powered which meant potatoes could now be sorted by workers day and night. Florence Bilenduke recalls that this item was donated by the Nichols family (upper valley). There is no documentation to confirm this so it is accessioned as FIC but is likely from the old Nichols farm in the upper valley. Prior to Nichols owning the farm it was owned by Coopers.

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013.21.109

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Cloth bag

Cloth bag

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This sand coloured bag is made of a linen like material. It is hand sewn with tiny even stitches. It is hand embroidered with the word chemisettes in blue. One corner is torn but the rest is still strong. There are three small holes. This bag was owned by Mrs. Geoffrey Downton. This is a superb example of the art of hand sewing.

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986.02.15

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Potato bags

Potato bags

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Two Potato bags donated by Kuurne's farm. Both of the bags are titled: "Pemberton Valley Rutabagas". They are described to be "Home Grown B.C. Quality" labeled at the left side around a flower-shaped logo. The Potato bags were packed for the Interior Vegetable Marketing Agency LTD. The Agency itself was created May 1935-1936 that produces fresh grown BC vegetables for more than 60 years. Originally it was titled the "Interior Vegetable Marketing Board and Agency" (Now known as the "Interior Vegetable Marketing Agency Cooperative") where it's initial goal was to "offer the freshest, best quality produce to buyers, and to maximize grower returns." Farmers who registered with the Board, (BC Marketing Scheme and Act of 1934) would be able to sell their crops through the Marketing Agency. The Board and Agency offices were originally located in Armstrong from 1935-1940. However, it was moved in 1941 to Kelowna where it remained there until 1970, re-located once again to Vernon, B.C. (hence also labeled on both bags).

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019.08.02ab

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laundry bag

laundry bag

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A fabric laundry bag with handmade stitching. It has a parrot on a branch with flowers around it. The parrot is green, orange, yellow and blue. The bag itself is light brown. Down the left side the word "Laundry" is stitched in green. The bag has a drawstring to close it. Frances Decker did the crewel work on this bag.

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017.06.01

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Canvas Pack

Canvas Pack

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A beige canvas pack with a brown leather shoulder strap and brass coloured buckles. There is no maker's mark found anywhere on the bag. Carol Morphy had received this from Arvin Starks (her dad) which may have belonged to Arvin's father before him, Cecil Starks.

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018.17.03

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Purse

Purse

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From a batch of items donated by Sue Nelson. Items belonged to her aunt Rosie Wallace who was the daughter of Maggie Saul. Brown leather purse. Turning clasp with flap overtop. Adjustable strap which is darker brown than the rest of the purse. Under the flap there is a stamp which says "Equestrian Coach Hide Made in England". A stamp beside the clasp says "REG DESIGN No5 877393 & 901278". Condition is fair, stitching is coming out on left hand side.

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011.01.01

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Purse

Purse

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From a batch of items donated by Sue Nelson. Items belonged to her aunt Rosie Wallace who was the daughter of Maggie Saul. Leather purse with 3 pockets (1 main, 1 inside main with zipper and 1 outside) belt buckle attaching strap to clasp. (press lock clasp) inside lining of main pocket starting to come off. Some stains on outside of purse. No strap. Condition is good.

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011.01.02

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Fram Filter Bag

Fram Filter Bag

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A filter bag in a manila envelope. On the envelope it reads "Fram Filter Bag C-116 used on Cummins diesel-HB-motor G M C Engine (TORQUE CONVERTER) Made in Canada FRAM CANADA LIMITED STRATFORD, ONT.". The item was found on the Perkins brothers lot.

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018.07.10

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Bag of Coupons

Bag of Coupons

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A plastic bag full of coupons and box ends. a) is seven box ends for "MONARCH MARGARINE". b) is 12 cut up box tops for Kellogg's cereal most likely corn flakes. c) 12 box ends for "Blue Bonnet" margarine". d) eight box ends for solo margarine. e) two coupons that have an illustration of a rose and say "Save this valuable ALL SWEET ROSE TOKEN". f) two box ends for "CP Margene". g) three large black and white coupons from Blue Bonnet. h) one small red coupon from "NABOB FOODS". The items were found on the Perkins brothers lot.

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018.07.11

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hair curlers

hair curlers

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Multiple yellow hair curlers with a plastic covering sealed in a plastic bag and it was donated by Clara Ronayne. The plastic bag also has a blue price tag on the front from Eaton's that reads "$16.95". The curlers are assumed they are from the 1960s era.

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020.08.03abcdefghijklmno

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