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381. Peddle mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 Peddle mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to David Peddle, Grand Falls-Windsor. Peddle worked in the mill as a shift millwright from 1967-2009. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in 1971 and the materials used are broken off hockey sticks with duct tape on the handles. Peddle also reinforced the basket with metal strips on the inside. This basket is personalized with pictures of Peddle's granddaughter, Rebecca Dawn, union stickers and his name is etched on the lid. In this picture is also a bottle of moose.

382. Peddle mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 Peddle mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; David Peddle, a retired mill worker, holding his mill lunch basket "the proper way",Grand Falls-Windsor

383. Pearson, R., Apr. 26, 1978, Part 2. Interview conducted by David Taylor with Roger Pearson, Head of Pearson, R., Apr. 26, 1978, Part 2. Interview conducted by David Taylor with Roger Pearson, Head of the Department of Naval Architecture and Ship Building, Fisheries College of Navigation and Engineering, St. John's, Newfoundland. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Commercial fishing; Employment; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Watercraft; The conclusion of David Taylor's interview with Roger Pearson, Head of the Department of Naval Architecture and Ship Building, Fisheries College of Navigation and Engineering, St. John's, Newfoundland. Interview takes place in Mr. Pearson's St. John's home, April 26, 1978. Mr. Pearson discusses his involvement in various educational programs aimed at teaching Newfoundland fishers traditional Newfoundland boatbuilding skills. Mr. Pearson also discusses the history of boatbuilding in Newfoundland.

384. Pearson, R., Apr. 26, 1908, Part 1. Interview conducted by David Taylor with Roger Pearson, Head of Pearson, R., Apr. 26, 1908, Part 1. Interview conducted by David Taylor with Roger Pearson, Head of the Department of Naval Architecture and Ship Building, Fisheries College of Navigation and Engineering, St. John's, Newfoundland. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Commercial fishing; Employment; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Watercraft; Interview conducted by David Taylor with Roger Pearson, Head of the Department of Naval Architecture and Ship Building, Fisheries College of Navigation and Engineering, St. John's, Newfoundland. Interview takes place in Mr. Pearson's St. John's home, April 26, 1978. Mr. Pearson discusses his involvement in various educational programs aimed at teaching Newfoundland fishers traditional Newfoundland boatbuilding skills. Mr. Pearson also discusses the history of boatbuilding in Newfoundland.

385. Pearcey, Lionel. Lionel Pearcey Discusses Boat Types Pearcey, Lionel. Lionel Pearcey Discusses Boat Types Boats; Boatbuilding; Architecture, building and construction; Watercraft; A clip from David Taylor's March 22, 1979 interview with Lionel Pearcey. Mr. Pearcey discusses different types of boats. Interview takes place in Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.

386. Pearcey, L., Mar. 29, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Pearcey, L., Mar. 29, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; The conclusion of David Taylor's March 29, 1979 interview with Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Mr. Pearcey discusses the tools, methods and materials used in boatbuilding.

387. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; A continuation of David Taylor's March 22, 1979 interview with Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Mr. Pearcey of specific measurements used in boatbuilding, methods used in boat-construction, sawing planks, and hauling timber with horses. He also discusses the types of boats from the Winterton area.

388. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Interview takes place March 29, 1979. Mr. Pearcey discusses types of boats, methods and materials used in boatbuilding, choosing and cutting the wood used. He also discusses different methods for fishing as well as the types of fish caught in the Winterton area.

389. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Interview takes place March 22, 1979. Mr. Pearcey discusses his home town of Winterton and how it changed throughout his lifetime. He also discusses gardening, raising animals, his family, and fishing with his father. He mentions assisting his father in boatbuilding.

390. Pearcey, L., Mar, 22, 1979, Part 3. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Pearcey, L., Mar, 22, 1979, Part 3. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; The conclusion of David Taylor's March 22, 1979 interview with Lionel Pearcy regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Mr. Pearcey discusses different types of boats, the introduction of motor boats and speed boats to the area, the decline of boatbuilding in Winterton, the cost of boatbuilding, and the tools used.

391. Parts from 6 Acadia engine restored by Max Clarke, Paradise Parts from 6 Acadia engine restored by Max Clarke, Paradise Parts for connecting a propeller shaft to the restored 6 Acadia engine, Paradise

392. Part of Bob Hardy's make and break engine collection Part of Bob Hardy's make and break engine collection Boats; Motorboats; Part of a collection of make and break engines owned by Bob Hardy.

393. Palmer Gas Engine Handbook. Palmer Bros. Cos_Cob, CONN. 
 Palmer Gas Engine Handbook. Palmer Bros. Cos_Cob, CONN. Boats; Motorboats; Palmer Gas Engine Hand Book. Palmer Bros. Cos_cob, CONN. Restoration, maintenance, and operating notes for two and four cycle antique marine engines circa 1900-1940. This is part of the Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador collection.

394. Oval vinyl siding Easter Basket, Pleasantview
 Oval vinyl siding Easter Basket, Pleasantview Baskets; An oval, woven Easter basket constructed from strips of vinyl siding. Made by Herbert Brett of Pleasantview

395. Oval vinyl siding Easter Basket, Pleasantview
 Oval vinyl siding Easter Basket, Pleasantview Baskets; An oval, woven Easter basket constructed from strips of vinyl siding. Made by Herbert Brett of Pleasantview

396. Oke mill lunch baskets, Corner Brook
 Oke mill lunch baskets, Corner Brook Baskets; These two mill lunch baskets belong to Roy Oke of Corner Brook, who used them 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.

397. Oke and Price mill lunch baskets, Coner Brook
 Oke and Price mill lunch baskets, Coner Brook Baskets; Nicole Penney (researcher) standing with Paula Price and the baskets that belonged to her father, Roy Oke, and husband, Larry Price.

398. Observing the old pillow tops
 Observing the old pillow tops Textiles; Observing the old pillow tops. From left to right: June Russell, Arlene Penney, Nicole Penney, Elizabeth Murphy and Raymond Russell.

399. Nolan, Tom. Interview with Tom Nolan about pillow tops. 
 Nolan, Tom. Interview with Tom Nolan about pillow tops. Textiles; Caitlin Bethune interviews Tom Nolan about pillow tops.

400. Nicole Penney (collector) with Bruce and Lillian Moores (informants), Norris Arm North
 Nicole Penney (collector) with Bruce and Lillian Moores (informants), Norris Arm North Baskets; Nicole Penney (collector) with Bruce and Lillian Moores (informants), Norris Arm North. Lillian Moores is the daughter of Mr. Alfred Menchenton.
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