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161. Mill Basket, Grand Falls- Windsor
 Mill Basket, Grand Falls- Windsor Baskets; A mill basket (lunch basket), belonging to Don Taylor. It had originally belonged to his father, Robert Taylor, who worked in the paper mill from 1956-1992. "R.J.Taylor" is carved on the lid and some stars are drawn on the lid in pencil. 16.5cm tall from base to lid, lid is 33.5cm across and base is 21cm wide. Side view, handles up.

162. Mill Basket, Grand Falls- Windsor
 Mill Basket, Grand Falls- Windsor Baskets; A mill basket (lunch basket), belonging to Don Taylor. It had originally belonged to his father, Robert Taylor, who worked in the paper mill from 1956-1992. "R.J.Taylor" is carved on the lid and some stars are drawn on the lid in pencil. 16.5cm tall from base to lid, lid is 33.5cm across and base is 21cm wide. Close up of stars drawn on lid.

163. Mill Basket, Stephenville
 Mill Basket, Stephenville Baskets; A mill basket (lunch basket), belonging to Bob and Tina Houston. Tina acquired it from a former employee of the Abitibi Mill in Stephenville. Tina cleaned, repaired and painted the basket and added the fabric lining. Back view of basket.

164. Mill Basket, Stephenville
 Mill Basket, Stephenville Baskets; A mill basket (lunch basket), belonging to Bob and Tina Houston. Tina acquired it from a former employee of the Abitibi Mill in Stephenville. Tina cleaned, repaired and painted the basket and added the fabric lining. Top view of basket.

165. Mill Basket, Grand Falls- Windsor
 Mill Basket, Grand Falls- Windsor Baskets; A mill basket (lunch basket), belonging to Don Taylor. It had originally belonged to his father, Robert Taylor, who worked in the paper mill from 1956-1992. "R.J.Taylor" is carved on the lid and some stars are drawn on the lid in pencil. 16.5cm tall from base to lid, lid is 33.5cm across and base is 21cm wide. Bottom view.

166. Mill basket with woven bottom, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Mill basket with woven bottom, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill basket with a woven bottom. This mill basket was used by Michael Ryan while he worked in the mill. Ryan relocated to Grand Falls-Windsor from St. Mary's Bay in 1916 to work as a fireman in the paper mill there. Year of construction unknown. Acquired 1916 and used by Ryan until 1946 when he handed the basket down to his son who used it until he retired from the Department of Highways in 1966.

167. Mill basket with woven bottom, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Mill basket with woven bottom, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill basket with a woven bottom. This mill basket was used by Michael Ryan while he worked in the mill. Ryan relocated to Grand Falls-Windsor from St. Mary's Bay in 1916 to work as a fireman in the paper mill there. Year of construction unknown. Acquired 1916 and used by Ryan until 1946 when he handed the basket down to his son who used it until he retired from the Department of Highways in 1966.

168. Mill basket with woven bottom, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Mill basket with woven bottom, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill basket with a woven bottom. This mill basket was used by Michael Ryan while he worked in the mill. Ryan relocated to Grand Falls-Windsor from St. Mary's Bay in 1916 to work as a fireman in the paper mill there. Year of construction unknown. Acquired 1916 and used by Ryan until 1946 when he handed the basket down to his son who used it until he retired from the Department of Highways in 1966.

169. Mill basket with woven bottom, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Mill basket with woven bottom, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill basket with a woven bottom. This mill basket was used by Michael Ryan while he worked in the mill. Ryan relocated to Grand Falls-Windsor from St. Mary's Bay in 1916 to work as a fireman in the paper mill there. Year of construction unknown. Acquired 1916 and used by Ryan until 1946 when he handed the basket down to his son who used it until he retired from the Department of Highways in 1966.

170. Mill basket with woven bottom, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Mill basket with woven bottom, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill basket with a woven bottom. This mill basket was used by Michael Ryan while he worked in the mill. Ryan relocated to Grand Falls-Windsor from St. Mary's Bay in 1916 to work as a fireman in the paper mill there. Year of construction unknown. Acquired 1916 and used by Ryan until 1946 when he handed the basket down to his son who used it until he retired from the Department of Highways in 1966.

171. Mill basket, Norris Arm North
 Mill basket, Norris Arm North Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Anne Manuel. Made by A.W. Menchenton in Norris Arm North. Top view of basket

172. Mill basket, Norris Arm North
 Mill basket, Norris Arm North Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Anne Manuel. Made by A.W. Menchenton in Norris Arm North. Inside view of basket with close up of weaving.

173. Mill basket, Norris Arm North
 Mill basket, Norris Arm North Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Anne Manuel. Made by A.W. Menchenton in Norris Arm North. Side view of basket, lid closed and handles up.

174. Mill basket, Norris Arm North
 Mill basket, Norris Arm North Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Anne Manuel. Made by A.W. Menchenton in Norris Arm North. Close up of basket maker's stamp on the bottom of the basket.

175. Mill basket, Norris Arm North
 Mill basket, Norris Arm North Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Anne Manuel. Made by A.W. Menchenton in Norris Arm North. Inside view of basket

176. 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. View of bottom of basket.

177. 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. Inside view of basket.

178. 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. Side view with ruler for scale.

179. 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. View of basket with handles up and ruler for scale.

180. 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. Inside/side view of basket.
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