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181. Round vinyl siding Easter Basket, Pleasantview
 Round vinyl siding Easter Basket, Pleasantview Baskets; A round, woven Easter basket constructed from strips of vinyl siding. Made by Herbert Brett of Pleasantview

182. Price mill lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Price mill lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This mill lunch basket belongs to Larry Chesley Price and was used when he worked in the pulp and paper mill in Corner Brook as an electrician contractor. The basket was purchased for $15 in Humber Mouth, c1980. The basket has been personalized with union stickers, a name plate, and payroll number.

183. 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.

184. Plywood lunch basket with plastic handles, Corner Brook
 Plywood lunch basket with plastic handles, Corner Brook Baskets; A plywood lunch basket with plastic handles. This basket has a boat on the lid and a seagull on the side. The boat is called the "Jacqueline". Creator and date of construction unknown. 25cmx18.5cmx34.5cm. Inside view of basket.

185. 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. Top View of basket, lid closed, handles down. Name plate reading "Wm.H.Brenton" is visible.

186. Round woven basket, Main Brook
 Round woven basket, Main Brook Baskets; A round woven basket made from red osier dogwood which was collected on the Northern Peninsula. Made by Helga Gillard, Main Brook.

187. Plywood lunch basket with plastic handles, Corner Brook
 Plywood lunch basket with plastic handles, Corner Brook Baskets; A plywood lunch basket with plastic handles. This basket has a boat on the lid and a seagull on the side. The boat is called the "Jacqueline". The seagull's name is unknown. Creator and date of construction unknown. 25cmx18.5cmx34.5cm.

188. 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.

189. 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.

190. 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.

191. Blue woven basket, Main Brook
 Blue woven basket, Main Brook Baskets; A blue woven basket with fabric lining and handles. Made by Helga Gillard, February 2012 in Main Brook.

192. Blue woven basket, Main Brook
 Blue woven basket, Main Brook Baskets; A blue woven basket with fabric lining and handles. Made by Helga Gillard, February 2012 in Main Brook.

193. Mr. Menchenton's workshop, Norris Arm North
 Mr. Menchenton's workshop, Norris Arm North Baskets; Materials for used by Alfred Menchenton when making mill baskets, Norris Arm North

194. 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.

195. Woven basket with lid and diamond curlique designs, Nova Scotia
 Woven basket with lid and diamond curlique designs, Nova Scotia Baskets; A woven Nova Scoita Mi'kmaq basket with lid and diamond curlique designs. This basket is dyed red/pink, but this is only visible when the lid is taken off the basket. Creator and date of construction unknown. It is possible ash is the material used. 21cmx11cm.

196. Wells mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 Wells mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A woven mill lunch basket belonging to Neal Wells, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Wells in the mill from 1946-1962, where he worked as a millwright in the machine shop. This basket was given to Wells by Robert Mouland but the creator, date of construction and materials used are unknown.

197. Woven baby bassinet on stand, St. John's
 Woven baby bassinet on stand, St. John's Baskets; A woven baby bassinet on a stand belonging to Frances Barnable. Purchased in 1959 at the CNIB on Water St. In St. John's. 96cm long, 62cm wide, 71 cm high. Inside view with the liner taken out and umbrella hood up (without a hood cover).

198. Woven basket, Nova Scotia
 Woven 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. 24cmx16cm.

199. Blue woven basket, Main Brook
 Blue woven basket, Main Brook Baskets; A blue woven basket with fabric lining and handles. Made by Helga Gillard, February 2012 in Main Brook.

200. Woven basket with lid and diamond curlique designs, Nova Scotia
 Woven basket with lid and diamond curlique designs, Nova Scotia Baskets; A woven Nova Scoita Mi'kmaq basket with lid and diamond curlique designs. This basket is dyed red/pink, but this is only visible when the lid is taken off the basket. Creator and date of construction unknown. It is possible ash is the material used. 21cmx11cm.
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