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61. A pillow top woven by Elizabeth Murphy, made from Phentex wool. Back. 
 A pillow top woven by Elizabeth Murphy, made from Phentex wool. Back. Textiles; A pillow top woven by Elizabeth Murphy, made from Phentex wool. Woven c1980

62. A pillow top woven by Elizabeth Murphy, made from Phentex wool. Front. 
 A pillow top woven by Elizabeth Murphy, made from Phentex wool. Front. Textiles; A pillow top woven by Elizabeth Murphy, made from Phentex wool. Woven c1980

63. A pillow top woven by Nicole Penney 
 A pillow top woven by Nicole Penney Textiles; A pillow top woven by Nicole Penney. Pillow tops are a textile traditionally crafted by men working in the lumber camps.

64. A pillow top woven by Nicole Penney 
 A pillow top woven by Nicole Penney Textiles; A pillow top woven by Nicole Penney. Pillow tops are a textile traditionally crafted by men working in the lumber camps.

65. A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville
 A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville Baskets; An ash basket belonging to Daphne Pretty of Stephenville. The basket was purchased in Gallants, NL about 65 years ago by Mariah Evens for about four to five dollars. Pretty recalls the women would ride the NL railway in the spring of the year, selling baskets.

66. A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville
 A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville Baskets; An ash basket belonging to Daphne Pretty of Stephenville. The basket was purchased in Gallants, NL about 65 years ago by Mariah Evens for about four to five dollars. Pretty recalls the women would ride the NL railway in the spring of the year, selling baskets.

67. A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville
 A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville Baskets; An ash basket belonging to Daphne Pretty of Stephenville. The basket was purchased in Gallants, NL about 65 years ago by Mariah Evens for about four to five dollars. Pretty recalls the women would ride the NL railway in the spring of the year, selling baskets.

68. A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville
 A purple Mi'kmaq ash basket, Stephenville Baskets; An ash basket belonging to Daphne Pretty of Stephenville. The basket was purchased in Gallants, NL about 65 years ago by Mariah Evens for about four to five dollars. Pretty recalls the women would ride the NL railway in the spring of the year, selling baskets.

69. A workshop participant uses a small twine needle and fishing twine to tie off the back of the pillow A workshop participant uses a small twine needle and fishing twine to tie off the back of the pillow top. Textiles; A workshop participant uses a small twine needle and fishing twine to tie off the back of the pillow top.

70. A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook
 A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Julia Vardy, which was used by her husband, David Charles Vardy in the mill in Corner Brook. Vardy worked in the Corner Brook pulp and paper mill as a millwright from 1975 to 2003 (28 years). Upon his passing, Vardy's daughter, Lori Roche, had the basket taken to a florist and made into a flower arrangement so her mother could have it as a decoration in her home. The bottom of the basket has been patched with duct tape and Vardy's payroll number "7435" is marked on the inside of the lid.

71. A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook
 A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Julia Vardy, which was used by her husband, David Charles Vardy in the mill in Corner Brook. Vardy worked in the Corner Brook pulp and paper mill as a millwright from 1975 to 2003 (28 years). Upon his passing, Vardy's daughter, Lori Roche, had the basket taken to a florist and made into a flower arrangement so her mother could have it as a decoration in her home. The bottom of the basket has been patched with duct tape and Vardy's payroll number "7435" is marked on the inside of the lid.

72. A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook
 A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Julia Vardy, which was used by her husband, David Charles Vardy in the mill in Corner Brook. Vardy worked in the Corner Brook pulp and paper mill as a millwright from 1975 to 2003 (28 years). Upon his passing, Vardy's daughter, Lori Roche, had the basket taken to a florist and made into a flower arrangement so her mother could have it as a decoration in her home. The bottom of the basket has been patched with duct tape and Vardy's payroll number "7435" is marked on the inside of the lid.

73. A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook
 A woven mill lunch basket repurposed as a planter, Corner Brook Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Julia Vardy, which was used by her husband, David Charles Vardy in the mill in Corner Brook. Vardy worked in the Corner Brook pulp and paper mill as a millwright from 1975 to 2003 (28 years). Upon his passing, Vardy's daughter, Lori Roche, had the basket taken to a florist and made into a flower arrangement so her mother could have it as a decoration in her home. The bottom of the basket has been patched with duct tape and Vardy's payroll number "7435" is marked on the inside of the lid.

74. A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Bob Sceviour. Constructed by A.W. Menchenton of Norris Arm North.Materials used is pine or birch. 21cmx17cmx35cm

75. A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Bob Sceviour. Constructed by A.W. Menchenton of Norris Arm North.Materials used is pine or birch. 21cmx17cmx35cm

76. A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor
 A.W.Menchenton woven mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket donated to the Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society by Bob Sceviour. Constructed by A.W. Menchenton of Norris Arm North.Materials used is pine or birch. 21cmx17cmx35cm

77. Acadia 6 reversing procedure, Paradise Acadia 6 reversing procedure, Paradise Max Clarke demonstrates reversing (going "astern") procedure on restored 6 Acadia, Paradise

78. Acadia 7 in shed, Mary's Harbour Labrador Acadia 7 in shed, Mary's Harbour Labrador An Acadia 7 engine rests in a shed in Mary's Harbour, Labrador

79. Acadia 7 rusty in shed, Mary's Harbour Labrador Acadia 7 rusty in shed, Mary's Harbour Labrador An Acadia 7 engine rusting in a shed in Mary's Harbour, Labrador

80. Acadia Engine Ad Acadia Engine Ad Boats; Motorboats; Acadia Engine vintage ad reproduction. This is part of the Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador collection.
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