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201. G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Glen Freddie Barker, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Barker, who worked in the mill as a paper maker from August 1980-2008. It was first used by Barker's brother, Gary Barker, before he handed it down to Glen. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in 1975. The material used is either broken off hockey sticks, pine or birch. This basket has been personalized with name plate, stickers and pictures of children and father (Alphonsus Barker).

202. G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Glen Freddie Barker, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Barker, who worked in the mill as a paper maker from August 1980-2008. It was first used by Barker's brother, Gary Barker, before he handed it down to Glen. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in 1975. The material used is either broken off hockey sticks, pine or birch. This basket has been personalized with name plate, stickers and pictures of children and father (Alphonsus Barker).

203. G.Barker mill lunch basket and mill handbooks, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 G.Barker mill lunch basket and mill handbooks, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Glen Freddie Barker, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Barker, who worked in the mill as a paper maker from August 1980-2008. Geln Barker is shown holding two mill worker hand books.

204. G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Glen Freddie Barker, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Barker, who worked in the mill as a paper maker from August 1980-2008. It was first used by Barker's brother, Gary Barker, before he handed it down to Glen. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in 1975. The material used is either broken off hockey sticks, pine or birch. This basket has been personalized with name plate, stickers and pictures of children and father (Alphonsus Barker). Resting atop the basket is sample paper.

205. G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Glen Freddie Barker, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Barker, who worked in the mill as a paper maker from August 1980-2008. It was first used by Barker's brother, Gary Barker, before he handed it down to Glen. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in 1975. The material used is either broken off hockey sticks, pine or birch. This basket has been personalized with name plate, stickers and pictures of children and father (Alphonsus Barker).

206. G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Glen Freddie Barker, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Barker, who worked in the mill as a paper maker from August 1980-2008. It was first used by Barker's brother, Gary Barker, before he handed it down to Glen. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in 1975. The material used is either broken off hockey sticks, pine or birch. This basket has been personalized with name plate, stickers and pictures of children and father (Alphonsus Barker).

207. G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 G.Barker mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Glen Freddie Barker, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Barker, who worked in the mill as a paper maker from August 1980-2008. It was first used by Barker's brother, Gary Barker, before he handed it down to Glen. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in 1975. The material used is either broken off hockey sticks, pine or birch. This basket has been personalized with name plate, stickers and pictures of children and father (Alphonsus Barker).

208. Mill lunch basket with railway lanterns, Corner Brook
 Mill lunch basket with railway lanterns, 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.

209. 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.

210. 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.

211. 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.

212. 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.

213. 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.

214. 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.

215. 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.

216. 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.

217. 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.

218. 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.

219. 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.

220. Downey mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 Downey mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Junior Downey, Grand Falls-Windsor. Downey worked as a paper maker with the mill from 1973-2009. This basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in 1975 and the material used is birch. A work schedule is affixed to the lid and inside is a locker key. The basket is also personalized with union stickers and Downey's pay roll number.
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