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361. Coiled grass basket with multicolour design, Rigolet Coiled grass basket with multicolour design, Rigolet Baskets; A round coiled grass basket with red, blue and green designs. Made by George Rich of Rigolet, Labrador. Constructed c1970. Inside view. Top/inside view. 21cmx7cm

362. Roy Oke mill lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Roy Oke mill lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; Mill lunch basket,Corner Brook. This basket belongs to Roy Oke of Corner Brook, who used it in the mill while he worked there in the shipping department from 1945-1988 (45 years credited). Bought from a man in Humber Mouth, NL who made them. The creator's name is unknown, along with exact date of construction and materials used. 20.3cmx18cmx34cm.

363. Fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp, St. John's 
 Fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp, St. John's Baskets; A woven fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp and thin braided handle.Belonging to Madonna and Rennie Sullivan. Bottom view. Red wire used to hold the basket together on bottom is visible.

364. 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

365. Wrapped handle Mi'kmaq witherod basket, Nova Scotia
 Wrapped handle Mi'kmaq witherod basket, Nova Scotia Baskets; A woven Mi'kmaq witherod basket, made in Nova Scotia. Creator and date of construction are unknown. Materials used are red osier dogwood and wild willow. Side view of weaving. 33.5cmx32cm

366. Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor
 Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Sandra Colbourne, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Matthew Chesley Thorne, Colbourne's father. Thorne worked in the machine shop in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1942 until his retirement in 1990. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn c1950. Material used is broken off hockey sticks. Written on the inside of the lid, in pencil, is a heart with Thorne's wife's name (Marge), his payroll number (1055 4388) and the phrase "sugar my love".

367. Woven mill lunch basket with thin handles, Corner Brook
 Woven mill lunch basket with thin handles, Corner Brook Baskets; A woven mill lunch basket with thin metal handles and a plywood lid. This lunch basket was used in the Bowater mill in Corner Brook. Creator, materials and date of construction unknown.

368. Fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp, St. John's 
 Fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp, St. John's Baskets; A woven fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp and thin braided handle.Belonging to Madonna and Rennie Sullivan. Back view.

369. Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor
 Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Sandra Colbourne, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Matthew Chesley Thorne, Colbourne's father. Thorne worked in the machine shop in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1942 until his retirement in 1990. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn c1950. Material used is broken off hockey sticks. Written on the inside of the lid, in pencil, is a heart with Thorne's wife's name (Marge), his payroll number (1055 4388) and the phrase "sugar my love".

370. Fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp, St. John's 
 Fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp, St. John's Baskets; A woven fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp and thin braided handle.Belonging to Madonna and Rennie Sullivan. Side view, lid closed.

371. 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 of woven bottom with hole that was at one time patched with masking tape.

372. Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor
 Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Sandra Colbourne, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Matthew Chesley Thorne, Colbourne's father. Thorne worked in the machine shop in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1942 until his retirement in 1990. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn c1950. Material used is broken off hockey sticks. Written on the inside of the lid, in pencil, is a heart with Thorne's wife's name (Marge), his payroll number (1055 4388) and the phrase "sugar my love".

373. Woven mill lunch basket belonging to Terry Penney, Corner Brook
 Woven mill lunch basket belonging to Terry Penney, Corner Brook Baskets; A woven mill lunch basket belonging to Terry Penney of Corner Brook. Penney worked in the mill and the basket was used from 1976 to the present. The creator and exact date of construction are unknown as this was handed down to Penney by a friend. The materials used are plywood and birch. The metal pieces on the handles are the copper bases from lightbulbs, hammered flat. The stickers on the basket came from the hospital, as Penney had to be taken there one day when he took sick at the mill. Penney's payroll number, "4615" is also marked on the basket. 20.5cmx17cmx30.5cm. Close up of "hospital lab stickers".

374. 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

375. Fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp, St. John's 
 Fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp, St. John's Baskets; A woven fishing creel with rubber band and hook clasp and thin braided handle. Belonging to Madonna and Rennie Sullivan.Close up of hinge on lid, made from twisted metal.

376. Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor
 Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Sandra Colbourne, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Matthew Chesley Thorne, Colbourne's father. Thorne worked in the machine shop in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1942 until his retirement in 1990. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn c1950. Material used is broken off hockey sticks. Written on the inside of the lid, in pencil, is a heart with Thorne's wife's name (Marge), his payroll number (1055 4388) and the phrase "sugar my love".

377. 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.

378. Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor
 Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Sandra Colbourne, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Matthew Chesley Thorne, Colbourne's father. Thorne worked in the machine shop in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1942 until his retirement in 1990. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn c1950. Material used is broken off hockey sticks. Written on the inside of the lid, in pencil, is a heart with Thorne's wife's name (Marge), his payroll number (1055 4388) and the phrase "sugar my love".

379. Woven mill lunch basket belonging to Terry Penney, Corner Brook
 Woven mill lunch basket belonging to Terry Penney, Corner Brook Baskets; A woven mill lunch basket belonging to Terry Penney of Corner Brook. Penney worked in the mill and the basket was used from 1976 to the present. The creator and exact date of construction are unknown as this was handed down to Penney by a friend. The materials used are plywood and birch. The metal pieces on the handles are the copper bases from lightbulbs, hammered flat. The stickers on the basket came from the hospital, as Penney had to be taken there one day when he took sick at the mill. Penney's payroll number, "4615" is also marked on the basket. 20.5cmx17cmx30.5cm.

380. Roy Oke mill lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Roy Oke mill lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; Mill lunch basket,Corner Brook. This basket belongs to Roy Oke of Corner Brook, who used it in the mill while he worked there in the shipping department from 1945-1988 (45 years credited). Bought from a man in Humber Mouth, NL who made them. The creator's name is unknown, along with exact date of construction and materials used. 20.3cmx18cmx34cm.
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