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161. Plywood lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Plywood lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Bernard Keating which belonged to his father, Sylvester Keating, when he worked in the cement plant. The basket was used from the mid 1950s to the 1980s. Creator unknown, constructed in early 1950s. Materials used are plywood and metal for handles. The handles were most likely added later by Sylvester Keating, as he was a sheet metal worker. 22cmx17.2cmx32.4cm. Close up of hinge on lid.

162. 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 banana stickers on inside of lid.

163. Mill lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Mill lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Mabel Brenton. Created by the Peterboro Basket Co. of New Hampshire, date unknown. Wood used is Appalachian white ash. Used by her husband, William Howard Brenton, when he worked in the mill in Corner Brook. William Brenton worked in shipping in the mill and was the vice president of the union, Local 64. Wm. Brenton was born 1930, and worked in the mill until 1989. He passed away 2002. Close up view of hinge reinforced with a paper clip.

164. Plywood mill lunch basket with stickers, Corner Brook
 Plywood mill lunch basket with stickers, Corner Brook Baskets; Plywood mill lunch basket with metal handles. This basket is personalized with stickers. Creator and date of construction unknown. 24.2cmx18.5cmx36cm.

165. 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.

166. Plywood lunch basket with plastic handles, Corner Brook
 Plywood lunch basket with plastic handles, Corner Brook Baskets; A plywood lunch basket with plastic handles. This basket has a boat on the lid and a seagull on the side. The boat is called the "Jacqueline". Creator and date of construction unknown. 25cmx18.5cmx34.5cm. Bottom view of basket.

167. 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. Bottom view of baskets.

168. 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. Inside view of basket.

169. Mill lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Mill lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Mabel Brenton. Created by the Peterboro Basket Co. of New Hampshire, date unknown. Wood used is Appalachian white ash. Used by her husband, William Howard Brenton, when he worked in the mill in Corner Brook. William Brenton worked in shipping in the mill and was the vice president of the union, Local 64. Wm. Brenton was born 1930, and worked in the mill until 1989. He passed away 2002. Side view of basket.

170. Plywood mill lunch basket with stickers, Corner Brook
 Plywood mill lunch basket with stickers, Corner Brook Baskets; Plywood mill lunch basket with metal handles. This basket is personalized with stickers. Creator and date of construction unknown. 24.2cmx18.5cmx36cm.

171. Potato Basket, Main Brook
 Potato Basket, Main Brook Baskets; A woven 10 inch potato basket constructed using flat and round reeds. Made by Helga Gillard, February 2012, in Main Brook. Side view.

172. Potato Basket, Main Brook
 Potato Basket, Main Brook Baskets; A woven 10 inch potato basket constructed using flat and round reeds. Made by Helga Gillard, February 2012, in Main Brook. Inside view of basket.

173. Price mill lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Price mill lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This mill lunch basket belongs to Larry Chesley Price and was used when he worked in the pulp and paper mill in Corner Brook as an electrician contractor. The basket was purchased for $15 in Humber Mouth, c1980. The basket has been personalized with union stickers, a name plate, and payroll number.

174. Price mill lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Price mill lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This mill lunch basket belongs to Larry Chesley Price and was used when he worked in the pulp and paper mill in Corner Brook as an electrician contractor. The basket was purchased for $15 in Humber Mouth, c1980. The basket has been personalized with union stickers, a name plate, and payroll number.

175. Woven trout basket, Tors Cove
 Woven trout basket, Tors Cove Baskets; A woven basket with a wrapped handle belonging to Anne Manuel. Made by Gladys Linegar in Tors Cove. Top/inside view of basket

176. 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.

177. 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.

178. Rooted in Tradition: Basket Making, March 17, 2012. Corner Brook
 Rooted in Tradition: Basket Making, March 17, 2012. Corner Brook Baskets; "Rooted in Tradition: Basket Making" is an oral history conducted by Dale Jarvis on March 17, 2012 at the Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland. Informants include basket makers Eileen Murphy and Helga Gillard of Newfoundland and Margaret Pelletier and Della Maguire of Nova Scotia

179. Round spruce root basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Round spruce root basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A round Acadian style spruce root-woven ribbed basket constructed by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This basket now belongs to Jacqueline White Snook of Flat Bay. Materials used are spruce roots, dipped in linseed oil for preservation. 24cmx23cmx26.5cm

180. Round spruce root basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Round spruce root basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A spruce root-woven jewelry box constructed by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This jewelry box now belongs to Jacqueline White Snook of Flat Bay. Materials used are spruce roots with withrod or wild raisin boning. 13.5cmx8.5cmx19.2cm
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