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281. Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Jim Bishop. Possibly created by the Peterboro Basket Co. of New Hampshire, c1920. Wood used is Appalachian white ash. This basket belonged to an "E. Bishop" of Grand Falls-Windsor. 22.5cmx19cmx37.5cm

282. Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Jim Bishop. Possibly created by the Peterboro Basket Co. of New Hampshire, c1920. Wood used is Appalachian white ash. This basket belonged to an "E. Bishop" of Grand Falls-Windsor. 22.5cmx19cmx37.5cm

283. Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Jim Bishop. Possibly created by the Peterboro Basket Co. of New Hampshire, c1920. Wood used is Appalachian white ash. This basket belonged to an "E. Bishop" of Grand Falls-Windsor. 22.5cmx19cmx37.5cm

284. Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Jim Bishop. Possibly created by the Peterboro Basket Co. of New Hampshire, c1920. Wood used is Appalachian white ash. This basket belonged to an "E. Bishop" of Grand Falls-Windsor. 22.5cmx19cmx37.5cm

285. A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Bob Sceviour. Constructed by A.W. Menchenton of Norris Arm North.Materials used is pine or birch. 21cmx17cmx35cm

286. A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Bob Sceviour. Constructed by A.W. Menchenton of Norris Arm North.Materials used is pine or birch. 21cmx17cmx35cm

287. A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Bob Sceviour. Constructed by A.W. Menchenton of Norris Arm North.Materials used is pine or birch. 21cmx17cmx35cm

288. Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Jim Bishop. Possibly created by the Peterboro Basket Co. of New Hampshire, c1920. Wood used is Appalachian white ash. This basket belonged to an "E. Bishop" of Grand Falls-Windsor. 22.5cmx19cmx37.5cm

289. Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Jim Bishop. Possibly created by the Peterboro Basket Co. of New Hampshire, c1920. Wood used is Appalachian white ash. This basket belonged to an "E. Bishop" of Grand Falls-Windsor. 22.5cmx19cmx37.5cm

290. Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Jim Bishop. Possibly created by the Peterboro Basket Co. of New Hampshire, c1920. Wood used is Appalachian white ash. This basket belonged to an "E. Bishop" of Grand Falls-Windsor. 22.5cmx19cmx37.5cm

291. 8 Acadia engine owned by Leo Stack, Petty Harbour - Maddox Cove 8 Acadia engine owned by Leo Stack, Petty Harbour - Maddox Cove A mint 8 Acadia make and break engines owned by Leo Stack, Petty Harbour Maddox Cove

292. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top belonging to Georgina Mercer. This pillow top was made by Mercer's father in Buchans, in 1949, where her father was working for the mine and living away from home in the mining camp. He made this small pillow top for Mercer's little rocking chair and was given to her when she was just a baby. Pillow top is laid on same rocking chair Mercer has had since she was a young girl.

293. Greene, Theresa and Cynthia Randell, pillow top
 Greene, Theresa and Cynthia Randell, pillow top Textiles; A pillow top created by Theresa Green at a workshop that took place at the Logger's Life Museum bunkhouse in the summer of 2013. The workshop was instructed by Nicole Penney as a partnership with The Heritage Foundation's Intangible Cultural Heritage Office and The Rooms Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador, Museums Division. This pillow top was created on a large, vinatge pillow top frame that is an artifact from the Millertown Museum. The pillow top was later purchased from Greene by Cynthia Randell in October 2013. The pillow top has been sewn onto the top of an existing pillow as a decorative cover.

294. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top created circa 1974-1985 by Georgina Mercer and her father. Her father constructed a pillow top frame and he showed her how to make a pillow top. The large orange and brown pillow top was given to Mercer's grandmother. This pillow top is now owned by Mercer. Front of pillow top.

295. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top created circa 1974-1985 by Georgina Mercer and her father. Her father constructed a pillow top frame and he showed her how to make a pillow top. The large orange and brown pillow top was given to Mercer's grandmother. This pillow top is now owned by Mercer. The pillow top is shown resting on the seat of a rocking chair, a common use for pillow tops.

296. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top created circa 1974-1985 by Georgina Mercer and her father. Her father constructed a pillow top frame and he showed her how to make a pillow top. The large orange and brown pillow top was given to Mercer's grandmother. This pillow top is now owned by Mercer. Back of pillow top.

297. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top created circa 1974-1985 by Georgina Mercer and her father. Her father constructed a pillow top frame and he showed her how to make a pillow top. The large orange and brown pillow top was given to Mercer's grandmother. This pillow top is now owned by Mercer. The smaller, blue pillow top was created by Georgina Mercer at a workshop in 2013. This workshop took place at the Cupids Legacy Centre and was taught by Nicole Penney of the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador's Intangible Cultural Heritage Office.

298. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top created circa 1974-1985 by Georgina Mercer and her father. Her father constructed a pillow top frame and he showed her how to make a pillow top. The large orange and brown pillow top was given to Mercer's grandmother. This pillow top is now owned by Mercer. The pillow top is shown resting on the seat of a rocking chair, a common use for pillow tops.

299. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top created circa 1974-1985 by Georgina Mercer and her father. Her father constructed a pillow top frame and he showed her how to make a pillow top. The large orange and brown pillow top was given to Mercer's grandmother. This pillow top is now owned by Mercer. Close up view of pom poms and backing of pillow top.

300. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top frame created by Georgina Mercer and her father, circa 1974-1985.
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