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121. French, Marcus. Marcus French describing his tools used in boatbuilding. French, Marcus. Marcus French describing his tools used in boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Watercraft; Tools and Equipment; Marcus French describing to David Taylor his tools used in boatbuilding. Tape cuts off abruptly.

122. Casey, J. Mr. Casey 
 Casey, J. Mr. Casey Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; People; Photo of Mr. John (Jack) Casey

123. Reid, E., Feb. 4, 1978, Part 3. David Taylor interviewing Eleazor Reid regarding boatbuilding. Reid, E., Feb. 4, 1978, Part 3. David Taylor interviewing Eleazor Reid regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Watercraft; The conclusion of David Taylor's Feb. 4, 1978 interview with Eleazor Reid regarding boatbuilding. The interview takes place in Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Reid discusses the materials and methods used in boatbuilding.

124. Casey, J. Jack Casey shaping timber (2)
 Casey, J. Jack Casey shaping timber (2) Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Wally Skinner holding up timber shaped by Jack Casey for wooden row punt, built 2009

125. Hodder, Ern. Jul. 9, 2013. Crystal Braye interviewing Ern Hodder, Davidsville, Gander Bay. 
 Hodder, Ern. Jul. 9, 2013. Crystal Braye interviewing Ern Hodder, Davidsville, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Ern Hodder talks about building Gander Bay Boats and working as a guide on the Gander River.

126. Gillingham, Basil. Gander Bay Boat built by Basil, George's Point, Gander Bay, 1.
 Gillingham, Basil. Gander Bay Boat built by Basil, George's Point, Gander Bay, 1. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay boat (Gander River boat) built by Basil Gillingham, winter 2012-13. “Gunnels, stem, stern, counter – all that’s spruce. She’s 24’4 long and 18 inches deep. She’s 27 inches on the counter where the motor is, and she’s 28 inches on the stem high,” Basil says. Made of all local woods, she’s finished with fir planks and fitted with a 15 HP Yamaha outboard motor.

127. Vivian, L. Gander Bay Boat built by Lester Gillingam in May 2013, George's Point, Gander Bay, 2.
 Vivian, L. Gander Bay Boat built by Lester Gillingam in May 2013, George's Point, Gander Bay, 2. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay boat (Gander River boat) built by Lester Vivian in May 2013, George’s Pont, Gander Bay. While Lester usually builds his boats 24-25 feet long, this one is 23 feet long due to difficulty finding quality timber long enough for keel and planks. In this boat, Lester used juniper for the ribs, spruce for the keel, stem, and stern knee, and she’s finished with spruce planking. At one time fir was preferred for the boat’s planks, but invasive insects have damaged local fir trees and forced many builders to switch to spruce.

128. Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, profile view, Gander Bay. 
 Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, profile view, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay Boat (Gander River Boat) built by Basil Gillingham in George’s Point, Gander Bay and owned by Calvin Saunders.

129. Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, stern, Gander Bay. 
 Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, stern, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay Boat (Gander River Boat) built by Basil Gillingham in George’s Point, Gander Bay and owned by Calvin Saunders.

130. Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, view from stern 1, Gander Bay. 
 Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, view from stern 1, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay Boat (Gander River Boat) built by Basil Gillingham in George’s Point, Gander Bay and owned by Calvin Saunders.

131. Hiscock, F., Mar. 29, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Fred Hiscock regarding boatbuilding. Hiscock, F., Mar. 29, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Fred Hiscock regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; David Taylor interviewing Fred Hiscock regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Interview takes place on March 29, 1979. Mr. Hiscock discusses changes in Winterton throughout his life, different types of fish caught in Winterton, gardening and keeping farm animals, and working in the woods cutting firewood during the winter. Mr. Hiscock also discusses different types of boats, and how the engine changed the design of boats. He talks about the merchants operating in the area, and how unemployment insurance regulations disallow men from building boats.

132. Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, view from stern 2, Gander Bay. 
 Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, view from stern 2, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay Boat (Gander River Boat) built by Basil Gillingham in George’s Point, Gander Bay and owned by Calvin Saunders.

133. Hiscock, F., Mar. 29, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Fred Hiscock regarding boatbuilding. Hiscock, F., Mar. 29, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Fred Hiscock regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; Part two of David Taylor's March 29, 1979 interview with Fred Hiscock regarding boatbuilding. Interview takes place in Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Mr. Hiscock discusses the negative effect of unemployment insurance regulations on boatbuilding. He also discusses Winterton's reputation for boatbuilding, the different parts of a boat, types of wood used in boatbuilding, and the tools used. Mr. Hiscock mentions his time spent working in the town of Buchans for the American Smelting and Refining Company (ASARCO). Tape ends abruptly.

134. Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, stem, Gander Bay. 
 Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, stem, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay Boat (Gander River Boat) built by Basil Gillingham in George’s Point, Gander Bay and owned by Calvin Saunders.

135. 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 Peterboro Basket Co. stamp on bottom of basket.

136. Mill lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Mill lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Judy Snelgrove of Corner Brook. This mill basket had belonged to her grandfather, Alexander Spencer, originally of Boot Hr., Springdale. He used this basket while working for the Highway Depot in Springdale. The basket was given to him by his brother, Burt Spencer, who had worked in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor. 19.3cmx17cmx33.5cm.

137. 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. View of woven bottom.

138. Mill lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Mill lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Judy Snelgrove of Corner Brook. This mill basket had belonged to her grandfather, Alexander Spencer, originally of Boot Hr., Springdale. He used this basket while working for the Highway Depot in Springdale. The basket was given to him by his brother, Burt Spencer, who had worked in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor. 19.3cmx17cmx33.5cm.

139. 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.

140. 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.
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