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Shoemaker Last

Shoemaker Last

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This is a shoemaker last that was used for repairing shoes. The last belonged to Richard and Jackie Webb who lived on Clover Road. They owned and operated the British American Gulf Station from 1957 to 1980's.

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010.06.03g

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Shoemaker Last

Shoemaker Last

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This is a shoemaker last that was used for repairing shoes. The last belonged to Richard and Jackie Webb who lived on Clover Road. They owned and operated the British American Gulf Station from 1957 to 1980's.

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010.06.03h

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Shoemaker Last

Shoemaker Last

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This is a shoemaker last that was used for repairing shoes. The last belonged to Richard and Jackie Webb who lived on Clover Road. They owned and operated the British American Gulf Station from 1957 to 1980's.

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010.06.03i

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Shoemaker Last

Shoemaker Last

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This is a shoemaker last that was used for repairing shoes. The last belonged to Richard and Jackie Webb who lived on Clover Road. They owned and operated the British American Gulf Station from 1957 to 1980's.

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010.06.03j

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Legion cap and service pin

Legion cap and service pin

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Legion cap a) and service pin b) donated by Linda Welsh (nee Priest) that once belonged to her father, Bob Priest. His parents were Walter James Priest and Margaret Alice Priest (nee Griffin). He worked for Union Steamship in Squamish, then enlisted and then was released from service when the war ended. He also took pharmacist studies at UBC and opened a pharmacy in Pemberton in 1964. The Legion cap a) is black with an orange-pink under layer and on the top of the cap has the Legion logo titled "Memorium, Eorum, Retineeimus" around it and has the "Legion" name on a blue ribbon. The logo design depicts a king's crown on top, maple leaf in a white center, and poppies below the blue ribbon. Colours are red, white, blue, and gold. The service pin b) is also the Legion logo but with a number "35" in the center.

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020.03.01ab

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"The Merck Manual - Eighth Edition"

"The Merck Manual - Eighth Edition"

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A black hardcover book titled "The Merck Manual - Eighth Edition" by an unknown author. It was published by Merck & Co. Inc., Rahway, N.J, USA. 1950. Donated by Linda Welsh (nee Priest) that once belonged to her father, Bob Priest. He likely used this book while practicing pharmaceutical studies. The books are from England. 1592 pages. The book also has a 25 cent bill with a plastic cover between pages 472 and 473.

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020.03.03

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"Edmund Dulac's Picture Book - For The French Red Cross"

"Edmund Dulac's Picture Book - For The French Red Cross"

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A yellow hardcover book titled "Edmund Dulac's Picture Book - For The French Red Cross" by an unknown author. It was published for the Daily Telegraph by Hodder and Stovghton, London, New York, and Toronto. Donated by Linda Welsh (nee Priest) that once belonged to her father, Bob Priest. The books are from England. 135 pages.

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020.03.04

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"Blackie's Children's Annual"

"Blackie's Children's Annual"

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A hardcover book titled "Blackie's Children's Annual" by various authors in an anthology that is cream in colour. It was published by Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasglow. Donated by Linda Welsh (nee Priest) that once belonged to her father, Bob Priest. The books are from England. 196 pages.

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020.03.05

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"Boy Scouts' Annual"

"Boy Scouts' Annual"

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A golden-yellow hardcover book titled "Boy Scouts' Annual" by various authors and is an anthology. It was published by Collins' Clear-Type Press, London and Glasglow. Donated by Linda Welsh (nee Priest) that once belonged to her father, Bob Priest. The books are from England. 208 pages.

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020.03.06

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Baseball Hat

Baseball Hat

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This is a grey baseball hat that reads "Phil's Drive In" and "Pemberton, B.C.". It belonged to Jerry Mohs of Pemberton. Eleanor, his sister, donated the item to the museum at his memorial in June 2016. "Phil's Drive In" was a local restaurant in the 1970s.

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016.06.01

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miniature cedar canoe and two carved paddles

miniature cedar canoe and two carved paddles

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Miniature cedar woven canoe with black and white designs and two carved paddles. There is a loop on one of the ends that was possibly meant for hanging the item up. Made by Ruth Williams as a required offering under the Job Development Program.

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988.31.01abc

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Taxidermied Cougar

Taxidermied Cougar

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This is a taxidermic/stuffed cougar. It's fur has been bleached from the sun after being set by a window by previous owners. There is a kink near the end of it's tail and it is laying down with it's front paws extended out and it's hind legs to the side. The taxidermied animals were picked up from the Pemberton Secondary School and we later found out that the specimens were from the Coast Outdoor Mountain School which closed in 1995. These animals were originally from the Pemberton area and were taken to Squamish after the Outdoor School closed. Kirby Young, who used to teach in Pemberton, recognized them and organized their return.

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016.02.01

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Taxidermied Otter

Taxidermied Otter

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This is a taxidermic otter that has been mounted on a piece of wood with leaves decorating it. It is perched on the wood with one paw raised and it's tail curved around it. . The taxidermied animals were picked up from the Pemberton Secondary School and we later found out that the specimens were from the Coast Outdoor Mountain School which closed in 1995. These animals were originally from the Pemberton area and were taken to Squamish after the Outdoor School closed. Kirby Young, who used to teach in Pemberton, recognized them and organized their return.

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016.02.02

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