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181. Two engines pictured. Grey 3 Acadia and 4 Acadia shown with no cylinder Two engines pictured. Grey 3 Acadia and 4 Acadia shown with no cylinder Boats; Motorboats; Back to back - a fully functional 3 hp Acadia engine (grey) and a 4 hp Acadia currently undergoing restoration.

182. Two 5 Mianus engines, owned by Charley Abbott Two 5 Mianus engines, owned by Charley Abbott Boats; Motorboats; Two 5 hp Mianus engines await restoration. The engine on the right hand side will be scrapped to get parts for the engine on the left hand side which will be completely restored.

183. Two 5 hp Mianus engines, note the engine on the left hand side has an oil cup Two 5 hp Mianus engines, note the engine on the left hand side has an oil cup Boats; Motorboats; Two 5 hp Mianus engines. These engines will be undergoing restoration. Note the oil cup on the engine on the left.

184. Trying to get her running, with Chuck Donnelly, Heart's Delight Trying to get her running, with Chuck Donnelly, Heart's Delight Boats; Motorboats; Chuck Donnelly is pictured in his Vokey built wooden boat. After priming the engine, he adjusts the fuel intake before turning the flywheel to start the engine.

185. Trout Basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Trout Basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A woven trout basket, made by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This basket now belongs to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook of Flay Bay. The basket was constructed c1980 from spruce root, a wooden toggle, rope for the strap and withrod boning. 24.5cmx23cmx28cm.

186. Trout Basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Trout Basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A woven trout basket, made by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This basket now belongs to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook of Flay Bay. The basket was constructed c1980 from spruce root, a wooden toggle, rope for the strap and withrod boning. 24.5cmx23cmx28cm.

187. Trout Basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Trout Basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A woven trout basket, made by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This basket now belongs to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook of Flay Bay. The basket was constructed c1980 from spruce root, a wooden toggle, rope for the strap and withrod boning. 24.5cmx23cmx28cm.

188. Trout Basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Trout Basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A woven trout basket, made by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This basket now belongs to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook of Flay Bay. The basket was constructed c1980 from spruce root, a wooden toggle, rope for the strap and withrod boning. 24.5cmx23cmx28cm.

189. Transmission for inboard marine motors (would fit most make and break or 'jump spark' engines) Transmission for inboard marine motors (would fit most make and break or 'jump spark' engines) Boats; Motorboats; A transmission for inboard marine engines. These transmissions were used on many different types of inboard engines including make and break motors and jump-spark motors.

190. Transmission for inboard marine engines, overhead Transmission for inboard marine engines, overhead Boats; Motorboats; A transmission for marine inboard motors meant that earlier models of make and break engines, which would have to be first shut off and then restarted in reverse, could forego the stopping process for easier mobility on the water.

191. Top of the brass mixing container
 Top of the brass mixing container Boats; Motorboats; This is a brass container for mixing gasoline and oil for combustion in the two stroke engines. These were generally not used as motor owners made there own 'ideal' mixtures.

192. Toope, E., May 27, 1982. David Taylor interviews Edward Toope regarding boatbuilding. Toope, E., May 27, 1982. David Taylor interviews Edward Toope regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; David Taylor's May 27, 1982 interview with Edward Toope regarding boatbuilding, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Mr. Toope discusses types of boats, the features of boats, building methods and materials, distinguishing features of local boats, and learning boatbuilding from his father.

193. Toope, Calvin. Joelle Carey interviews Calvin Toope, June 14, 2012 Toope, Calvin. Joelle Carey interviews Calvin Toope, June 14, 2012 Boats Calvin describes what a make and break engine is and what makes it different from other engines; problems with the cylinder head; talks about his family history and how make and break engines were the only engines; why keeping oil in the engine is important; speaks about his own engines and their acquisition; trying to find parts; why he built his own boat [during this section of the interview Calvin pulls out a envelope full of photographs and shows them to me – we chat informally during this time about the boat building process]; Calvin talks about why he wanted a make and break in relation to his family; why he decided to fiberglass his boat; where his boat is now; talking about the 2012 Provincial Folklife Festival; installation of the engine; family history with make and breaks; cylinder problems; his own history with make and breaks; reason for having make and breaks; starting the engines; talking about fuel and how to mix oil with the gasoline; the tools for fixing a make and break and how they have changed; make and breaks in Newfoundland weather; recommends contacts; talks about selling his engine; closing remarks.

194. Tipple, Clayton. Clayton Tripple interview, March 20, 2012. Tipple, Clayton. Clayton Tripple interview, March 20, 2012. Baskets; Nicole Penney interviews Clayton Tripple regarding mill lunch baskets.

195. Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This lunch basket belongs to retired railway worker Clayton Tipple. Tipple worked for the Newfoundland Railway (in both St.John's and Bay Roberts) from 1954 to 1990, and had worked his way to Trainmaster. This basket was constructed in 1965 and used until Tipple's retirement in 1990. The basket has been personalized with union stickers and what may possibly be a payroll or employee number, "602792-2". The creator and materials used are unknown. 20.5cmx18cmx35cm.

196. Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This lunch basket belongs to retired railway worker Clayton Tipple. Tipple worked for the Newfoundland Railway (in both St.John's and Bay Roberts) from 1954 to 1990, and had worked his way to Trainmaster. This basket was constructed in 1965 and used until Tipple's retirement in 1990. The basket has been personalized with union stickers and what may possibly be a payroll or employee number, "602792-2". The creator and materials used are unknown. 20.5cmx18cmx35cm.

197. Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This lunch basket belongs to retired railway worker Clayton Tipple. Tipple worked for the Newfoundland Railway (in both St.John's and Bay Roberts) from 1954 to 1990, and had worked his way to Trainmaster. This basket was constructed in 1965 and used until Tipple's retirement in 1990. The basket has been personalized with union stickers and what may possibly be a payroll or employee number, "602792-2". The creator and materials used are unknown. 20.5cmx18cmx35cm.

198. Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This lunch basket belongs to retired railway worker Clayton Tipple. Tipple worked for the Newfoundland Railway (in both St.John's and Bay Roberts) from 1954 to 1990, and had worked his way to Trainmaster. This basket was constructed in 1965 and used until Tipple's retirement in 1990. The basket has been personalized with union stickers and what may possibly be a payroll or employee number, "602792-2". The creator and materials used are unknown. 20.5cmx18cmx35cm.

199. Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This lunch basket belongs to retired railway worker Clayton Tipple. Tipple worked for the Newfoundland Railway (in both St.John's and Bay Roberts) from 1954 to 1990, and had worked his way to Trainmaster. This basket was constructed in 1965 and used until Tipple's retirement in 1990. The basket has been personalized with union stickers and what may possibly be a payroll or employee number, "602792-2". The creator and materials used are unknown. 20.5cmx18cmx35cm.

200. Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This lunch basket belongs to retired railway worker Clayton Tipple. Tipple worked for the Newfoundland Railway (in both St.John's and Bay Roberts) from 1954 to 1990, and had worked his way to Trainmaster. This basket was constructed in 1965 and used until Tipple's retirement in 1990. The basket has been personalized with union stickers and what may possibly be a payroll or employee number, "602792-2". The creator and materials used are unknown. 20.5cmx18cmx35cm.
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