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341. Plywood mill basket with metal handles, Corner Brook
 Plywood mill basket with metal handles, Corner Brook Baskets; A plywood mill basket with metal handles. Creator unknown. Date of construction c1940. Inside is adorned with stickers. 20cmx17.5cmx34.5cm. Top view of basket with handles up.

342. Plywood mill basket with metal handles, Corner Brook
 Plywood mill basket with metal handles, Corner Brook Baskets; A plywood mill basket with metal handles. Creator unknown. Date of construction c1940. Inside is adorned with stickers. 20cmx17.5cmx34.5cm. Top view of basket with handles down.

343. Plywood mill basket with metal handles, Corner Brook
 Plywood mill basket with metal handles, Corner Brook Baskets; A plywood mill basket with metal handles. Creator unknown. Date of construction c1940. Inside is adorned with stickers. 20cmx17.5cmx34.5cm. Close up of union sticker (local 1203) on inside of lid.

344. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (dark in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Roy Hillier, Allan Hillier's father, who worked with the raiway as a conductor. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's grandfather. The basket was constructed in the mid 1960s and the matierals used are plywood with birch handles and it has been patched with tape. The holes on the front are there to "vent the food" according to Hillier, in order to ensure the smell of a particular meal does not stay with the basket.

345. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (dark in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Roy Hillier, Allan Hillier's father, who worked with the raiway as a conductor. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's grandfather. The basket was constructed in the mid 1960s and the matierals used are plywood with birch handles and it has been patched with tape. The holes on the front are there to "vent the food" according to Hillier, in order to ensure the smell of a particular meal does not stay with the basket.

346. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (dark in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Roy Hillier, Allan Hillier's father, who worked with the raiway as a conductor. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's grandfather. The basket was constructed in the mid 1960s and the matierals used are plywood with birch handles and it has been patched with tape. The holes on the front are there to "vent the food" according to Hillier, in order to ensure the smell of a particular meal does not stay with the basket.

347. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (dark in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Roy Hillier, Allan Hillier's father, who worked with the raiway as a conductor. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's grandfather. The basket was constructed in the mid 1960s and the matierals used are plywood with birch handles and it has been patched with tape. The holes on the front are there to "vent the food" according to Hillier, in order to ensure the smell of a particular meal does not stay with the basket.

348. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (dark in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Roy Hillier, Allan Hillier's father, who worked with the raiway as a conductor. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's grandfather. The basket was constructed in the mid 1960s and the matierals used are plywood with birch handles and it has been patched with tape. The holes on the front are there to "vent the food" according to Hillier, in order to ensure the smell of a particular meal does not stay with the basket.

349. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (dark in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Roy Hillier, Allan Hillier's father, who worked with the raiway as a conductor. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's grandfather. The basket was constructed in the mid 1960s and the matierals used are plywood with birch handles and it has been patched with tape. The holes on the front are there to "vent the food" according to Hillier, in order to ensure the smell of a particular meal does not stay with the basket.

350. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (dark in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Roy Hillier, Allan Hillier's father, who worked with the raiway as a conductor. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's grandfather. The basket was constructed in the mid 1960s and the matierals used are plywood with birch handles and it has been patched with tape. The holes on the front are there to "vent the food" according to Hillier, in order to ensure the smell of a particular meal does not stay with the basket.

351. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (light in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Hillier from 1973-2009, who worked as a labourer in the mill. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's Grandfather, in 1973. Materials used is plywood.

352. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (light in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Hillier from 1973-2009, who worked as a labourer in the mill. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's Grandfather, in 1973. Materials used is plywood.

353. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (light in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Hillier from 1973-2009, who worked as a labourer in the mill. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's Grandfather, in 1973. Materials used is plywood.

354. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (light in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Hillier from 1973-2009, who worked as a labourer in the mill. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's Grandfather, in 1973. Materials used is plywood.

355. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (light in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Hillier from 1973-2009, who worked as a labourer in the mill. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's Grandfather, in 1973. Materials used is plywood.

356. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (light), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (light in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Hillier from 1973-2009, who worked as a labourer in the mill. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's Grandfather, in 1973. Materials used is plywood.

357. Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hillier plywood mill lunch basket (dark), Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A plywood mill lunch box (light in colour) belonging to Allan Hillier, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Hillier from 1973-2009, who worked as a labourer in the mill. This basket was constructed by Charlie Hillier, Allan Hillier's Grandfather, in 1973. Materials used is plywood.

358. Rectangular white ash basket, Main Brook
 Rectangular white ash basket, Main Brook Baskets; A rectangular white ash basket. The white ash was purchased from Chief Greg MacEwan of Bear River, Nova Scotia. Made by Helga Gillard, February 2012 in Main Brook.

359. Rectangular white ash basket, Main Brook
 Rectangular white ash basket, Main Brook Baskets; A rectangular white ash basket. The white ash was purchased from Chief Greg MacEwan of Bear River, Nova Scotia. Made by Helga Gillard, February 2012 in Main Brook.

360. Rectangular white ash basket, Main Brook
 Rectangular white ash basket, Main Brook Baskets; A rectangular white ash basket. The white ash was purchased from Chief Greg MacEwan of Bear River, Nova Scotia. Made by Helga Gillard, February 2012 in Main Brook.
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