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241. 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.

242. Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor. Davis used this basket while working as a paper inspector at the mill. He worked in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1952 until retirement in 1990. The basket was also used by Davis' son in the 1980s while he worked in the mill part-time on weekends. The lunch basket was constructed by Leonard Raymond Osmond, Davis' uncle, who worked with Abitibi Price from 1921-1997. The material used is broken off hockey sticks and the date of construction is c1980. 20cmx16cmx31.5cm

243. Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor. Davis used this basket while working as a paper inspector at the mill. He worked in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1952 until retirement in 1990. The basket was also used by Davis' son in the 1980s while he worked in the mill part-time on weekends. The lunch basket was constructed by Leonard Raymond Osmond, Davis' uncle, who worked with Abitibi Price from 1921-1997. The material used is broken off hockey sticks and the date of construction is c1980. 20cmx16cmx31.5cm

244. Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor. Davis used this basket while working as a paper inspector at the mill. He worked in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1952 until retirement in 1990. The basket was also used by Davis' son in the 1980s while he worked in the mill part-time on weekends. The lunch basket was constructed by Leonard Raymond Osmond, Davis' uncle, who worked with Abitibi Price from 1921-1997. The material used is broken off hockey sticks and the date of construction is c1980. 20cmx16cmx31.5cm

245. A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook
 A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Julia Vardy, which was used by her husband, David Charles Vardy in the mill in Corner Brook. Vardy worked in the Corner Brook pulp and paper mill as a millwright from 1975 to 2003 (28 years). Upon his passing, Vardy's daughter, Lori Roche, had the basket taken to a florist and made into a flower arrangement so her mother could have it as a decoration in her home. The bottom of the basket has been patched with duct tape and Vardy's payroll number "7435" is marked on the inside of the lid.

246. Crawley, Isabel and Mary Hanlon interview, March 23, 2012
 Crawley, Isabel and Mary Hanlon interview, March 23, 2012 Baskets; Nicole Penney interviews Isabel Crawley and Mary Hanlon about their father, Angus Gunn, who was a well known mill basket maker in Grand Falls-Windsor. Grand Falls-Windsor.

247. Wall pouch basket, Main Brook
 Wall pouch basket, Main Brook Baskets; A woven wall pouch basket constructed using flat and round reeds with a sea grass rim filler. The basket is stained with a combination of tung oil and Natural Minwax. Made by Helga Gillard, September 2011, in Main Brook.

248. Wall pouch basket, Main Brook
 Wall pouch basket, Main Brook Baskets; A woven wall pouch basket constructed using flat and round reeds with a sea grass rim filler. The basket is stained with a combination of tung oil and Natural Minwax. Made by Helga Gillard, September 2011, in Main Brook.

249. Woven mill basket, light in colour, Norris Arm North 
 Woven mill basket, light in colour, Norris Arm North Baskets; A woven mill basket, unvarnished. Made by Alfred Menchenton of Norris Arm North. Date of construction unknown.

250. Woven mill basket, Norris Arm North 
 Woven mill basket, Norris Arm North Baskets; A woven mill basket, unvarnished. Made by Alfred Menchenton of Norris Arm North. Date of construction unknown.

251. Woven mill basket, stained, Norris Arm North
 Woven mill basket, stained, Norris Arm North Baskets; A woven mill basket, varnished. Made by Alfred Menchenton of Norris Arm North. Date of construction unknown.

252. Coiled grass basket, Labrador
 Coiled grass basket, Labrador Baskets; A coiled grass basket with multi-colour designs. Made by Garmel Rich, Labrador. Constructed c1980. 24.5cmx9.3cm.

253. Wall pouch basket, Main Brook
 Wall pouch basket, Main Brook Baskets; A woven wall pouch basket constructed using flat and round reeds with a sea grass rim filler. The basket is stained with a combination of tung oil and Natural Minwax. Made by Helga Gillard, September 2011, in Main Brook.

254. A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook
 A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Julia Vardy, which was used by her husband, David Charles Vardy in the mill in Corner Brook. Vardy worked in the Corner Brook pulp and paper mill as a millwright from 1975 to 2003 (28 years). Upon his passing, Vardy's daughter, Lori Roche, had the basket taken to a florist and made into a flower arrangement so her mother could have it as a decoration in her home. The bottom of the basket has been patched with duct tape and Vardy's payroll number "7435" is marked on the inside of the lid.

255. Woven mill basket, stained, Norris Arm North
 Woven mill basket, stained, Norris Arm North Baskets; A woven mill basket, varnished. Made by Alfred Menchenton of Norris Arm North. Date of construction unknown.

256. Dark coloured woven mill basket, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Dark coloured woven mill basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A woven mill basket, dark in colour. This mill basket was used by Harold Farr in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1944 until he retired as foreman of the shipping department on August 28, 1984.

257. Davis mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windosor
 Davis mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windosor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Marie Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Robert Davis, Davis' husband. Robert Davis worked as a paper maker from 1958-1968. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn c 1950. Material used is broken off hockey sticks.

258. A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville
 A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville Baskets; An ash basket belonging to Daphne Pretty of Stephenville. The basket was purchased in Gallants, NL about 65 years ago by Mariah Evens for about four to five dollars. Pretty recalls the women would ride the NL railway in the spring of the year, selling baskets.

259. Dark coloured woven mill basket, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Dark coloured woven mill basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A woven mill basket, dark in colour. This mill basket was used by Harold Farr in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1944 until he retired as foreman of the shipping department on August 28, 1984.

260. A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville
 A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville Baskets; An ash basket belonging to Daphne Pretty of Stephenville. The basket was purchased in Gallants, NL about 65 years ago by Mariah Evens for about four to five dollars. Pretty recalls the women would ride the NL railway in the spring of the year, selling baskets.
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